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Unlike the (technically speaking) “actual” Constitution, Emma Lazarus’s Zeroth Amendment (“Anybody from anywhere can immigrate anytime they feel like it; and you nativist natives had better keep your traps shut, if you know what’s good for you”) is NOT a living document. It is eternal, unchanging, omnipotent, and sacred.

https://twitter.com/lizzie_wade/status/1009862729128140801

Clearly, this finding, like everything else, proves that Trump’s immigration policy is un-American. “A literal tower of skulls beneath Mexico City” is WHO WE ARE.

Never forget the Zeroth Amendment: “Give me your tired, your poor, your piled-up skulls.”

On another note, in Mexico, the more things change, the more they stay the same. From Newsweek:

THREE DOZEN SKULLS BURIED IN MEXICO REGION RELATED TO DRUG VIOLENCE, AUTHORITIES SAY

BY MARIA PEREZ ON 1/18/18 AT 4:54 PM

 
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  1. I was in a Walmart shopping with the Missus back in Illinois when an old geezer got annoyed because we apparently were in his way. As he passed he muttered, “Foreigners” under his breath but loud enough for me to hear. I got in his face and said, “My ancestors were building great cities on this continent while your ancestors were still swinging from trees in Europe.” His horrified wife grabbed his arm and pulled him away while my equally horrified wife told me that I was being incredibly rude.

    I was quite pleased with myself. Of course I was/am aware of the awful practice and scale of human sacrifice before this continent was “civilized.” But now I’m thinking maybe I owe that guy an apology.

    On second thought, I don’t think so.

    • Agree: byrresheim
    • Replies: @Malcolm X-Lax
    I was saw a black guy, some rapper, and a Hispanic dude bond over the following declaration. Black guy to Hispanic: "That's right! We wuz building big, mathematical buildings and shit while those Euro-peons was hunched over in caves!" He might also have said we were crawling around on all fours but this was like 25 years ago and memory is imperfect. I think it was KRS-One. Also, everyone should read Bernal Diaz's Conquest of New Spain. A first person account of the conquest of the Aztecs. It's an amazing story.
    , @We're Americans Bitch
    In Asia?
    , @J.Ross
    Jesus (not you), you'll never assimilate if you always overreact to perfectly reasonable inquiries about progressive rock preferences.
    Thank god he didn't say Neue Ordnung.
    , @bomag

    I got in his face...
     
    Would this happen in any other country? Maybe Europe. I don't imagine it happens in China; Japan; any African country.

    Survivors on the planet have an ethnic support group. Everyone else goes extinct.
    , @Random Smartaleck

    I got in his face and said, “My ancestors were building great cities on this continent while your ancestors were still swinging from trees in Europe.”
     
    Yes, Europeans are a truly breathtaking example of accelerated evolution -- from arboreal primates to continent-conquering Homo sapiens in only 800 years!
    , @El Dato
    “My ancestors were building great cities on this continent while your ancestors were still swinging from trees in Europe.”

    "Swinging from trees in Europe" sounds like a suspicious euphemism for the Holocaust. Or for Swedish Incursions during the 3o-years war.

    philosoraptor.jpg
    , @TTSSYF
    Liar.
    , @Svigor
    Glad to hear there are a few unreconstructed White men left.
    , @tyrone
    Lucky for you the caveman wasn't CARRYING or maybe he was and just restrained himself ,take that as a lesson.
    , @BB753
    You got your timing wrong. Aztecs were just catching up with Sumerian civilisation (at the stage it reached 7k years ago) in 1492 while England was already one of the most powerful and civilized nations in the Old World.
    , @bored identity
    This comment is OT only the surface; it is all about Who Minnesotans Are ( Or Will Be)

    Y'all may disagree, but bored identity strongly believes that only unlimited free access to books could lead to a meaningful reduction of Latinx populace:

    https://youtu.be/ptsyoqgImHU?t=7m32s

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5875717/I-babe-Transcript-shows-pregnant-girlfriend-resisted-shooting-boyfriend.html

    No, in reality, Lady Monalisa definitely did vote for Pedro :

    https://youtu.be/pOPCxWOaK3E?t=58s

    And instead Judge Dread in charge, Minnesotans got Judge Remick that somehow decides to pass on opportunity for another pefect, nationwide PR storm over book control:


    Various news media outlets asked to have cameras in the courtroom in Ada for sentencing, but Remick declined.
    The prosecution and defense also filed objections to having cameras present.

    The state is in the midst of a pilot project that allows media cameras at sentencing with a judge’s consent.

    Remick explained in a rare weekend court filing that he was saying no to the Star Tribune and the Fargo Forum newspapers, and television stations WDAZ in Grand Forks and KSTP in the Twin Cities because the case involves domestic violence, and out of his concern that the cameras would inhibit Ruiz’s loved ones from making victim impact statements and keep Perez from “fully engaging” in whatever she might say.

    The judge added that he also was guided by “common decency and old-fashioned common sense” in not letting the media take advantage of “that infamy” that befell Ruiz and Perez because of “an ill-conceived video stunt.”

     

    bored identity is also totally furious about all those huwhite privileged rajsis clowns willing to use experimentation before placing their gutless, pale skin between .50 caliber round and a ream of paper:

    https://youtu.be/ln9aLVd__8w?t=6m44s
    https://youtu.be/hMdsHioSCxo?t=4m18s
    https://youtu.be/-BSUmLAQG-4?t=1m23s
    , @bored identity
    This comment is OT only the surface; it is all about Who Minnesotans Are ( Or Will Be)

    Y'all may disagree, but bored identity strongly believes that only unlimited free access to books could lead to a meaningful reduction of Latinx populace:

    https://youtu.be/ptsyoqgImHU?t=7m32s

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5875717/I-babe-Transcript-shows-pregnant-girlfriend-resisted-shooting-boyfriend.html

    No, in reality, Lady Monalisa definitely did vote for Pedro :

    https://youtu.be/pOPCxWOaK3E?t=58s

    And instead Judge Dread in charge, Minnesotans got Judge Remick that somehow decides to pass on opportunity for another pefect, nationwide PR storm over book control:


    Various news media outlets asked to have cameras in the courtroom in Ada for sentencing, but Remick declined.
    The prosecution and defense also filed objections to having cameras present.

    The state is in the midst of a pilot project that allows media cameras at sentencing with a judge’s consent.

    Remick explained in a rare weekend court filing that he was saying no to the Star Tribune and the Fargo Forum newspapers, and television stations WDAZ in Grand Forks and KSTP in the Twin Cities because the case involves domestic violence, and out of his concern that the cameras would inhibit Ruiz’s loved ones from making victim impact statements and keep Perez from “fully engaging” in whatever she might say.

    The judge added that he also was guided by “common decency and old-fashioned common sense” in not letting the media take advantage of “that infamy” that befell Ruiz and Perez because of “an ill-conceived video stunt.”

     

    bored identity is also totally furious about all those huwhite privileged rajsis clowns willing to use experimentation before placing their gutless, pale skin between .50 caliber round and a ream of paper:

    https://youtu.be/ln9aLVd__8w?t=6m44s
    https://youtu.be/hMdsHioSCxo?t=4m18s
    https://youtu.be/-BSUmLAQG-4?t=1m23s
  2. I also don’t want mass immigration either but for a self proclaimed “intellectual” you make some pretty stupid arguments and comparisons.

    This was the First major German with trial:

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

    Around 60,000 people killed. See the link below.

    https://qz.com/1183992/why-europe-was-overrun-by-witch-hunts-in-early-modern-history/

    You know because if you’re going to sacrifice people to your religion it’s much better to burn them in the efficient organized German manner than end up with a mountain of skulls like those backward mexica.

    • Replies: @syonredux
    Bernal Diaz’s account of the Aztecs performing human sacrifice and engaging in cannibalism:

    “On these altars were idols with evil looking bodies, and that every night five Indians had been sacrificed before them; their chests had been cut open, and their arms and thighs had been cut off. The walls were covered with blood. We stood greatly amazed and gave the island the name isleta de Sacrificios [Islet of Sacrifices].”

     


    “They strike open the wretched Indian’s chest with flint knives and hastily tear out the palpitating heart which, with the blood, they present to the idols […]. They cut off the arms, thighs and head, eating the arms and thighs at ceremonial banquets. The head they hang up on a beam, and the body is […] given to the beasts of prey.”
     

    “Every day we saw sacrificed before us three, four or five Indians whose hearts were offered to the idols and their blood plastered on the walls, and their feet, arms and legs of the victims were cut off and eaten, just as in our country we eat beef bought from the butchers. I even believe that they sell it by retain in the tianguez as they call their markets”
     
    , @syonredux

    Around 60,000 people killed. See the link below.
     
    In contrast to....

    Aztecs (1375-1419)
    Estimated Total of human sacrifices among Aztecs:
    Michael Harner (1977): "In 1946 Sherburne Cook, a demographer specializing in American Indian populations, estimated an over-all annual mean of 15,000 victims in a central Mexican population reckoned at two million [i.e. 1.5M sacrificed per century]. Later, however, he and his colleague Woodrow Borah revised his estimate of the total central Mexican population upward to 25 million. Recently, Borah, possibly the leading authority on the demography of Mexico at the time of the conquest, has also revised the estimated number of persons sacrificed in central Mexico in the fifteenth century to 250,000 per year" [i.e. 25.0M per century]
     
    A single incident....

    Dedication of a temple of Huitzilopochtli in Tenochtitlan by Aztec king Ahuitzotl (1487)

    Mark Cocker, Rivers of Blood, Rivers of Gold (1998): 20,000
    Harris, Cannibals and Kings (1977): 14,100 est. by Sherburne Cook
     
    , @Charles Erwin Wilson II

    You know because if you’re going to sacrifice people to your religion it’s much better to burn them in the efficient organized German manner
     
    tu quoque fallacy
    , @Anonymous
    It was the witches who were 'sacrificing people to their religion' and who are the European kindred of these Aztec priests. The Christian position on both groups is consistent.
    , @Svigor
    Did Steve hit some kind of internet tripwire with this post? We usually don't get two leftards in a row for first comments.
  3. Anon[121] • Disclaimer says:

    I think all those poor poor immigrants who came to the US turned the native Indians into a pile of bones.

    And those Europeans who didn’t come to the US brought about WWI, Communism bloodbath, WWII, and Shoah.

    And the poor poor convicts who went to Australia wiped out its native population.

    And the poor poor Zionist ‘migrants’ carried out Nakba pogroms.

    Of course, people have been massacring one another in every part of the globe since time immemorial. But when NEW peoples arrive, a particular civilization is destroyed and another takes its place.

  4. Fred Reed can call me a racist, but I prefer this

    To this

    • Replies: @Anon
    but don't forget this

    https://www.google.com/search?biw=1680&bih=895&tbm=isch&sa=1&ei=1bEtW7i0KsvVjwShspSIBw&q=gargoyles&oq=gargoyles&gs_l=img.3..0l10.4117.6604.0.6862.11.9.1.1.1.0.74.482.9.9.0....0...1c.1.64.img..0.11.486...0i67k1.0.wzI7Nv1DGRY
    , @Svigor
    Combine them and you get D&D.
  5. Would Johnny just croak already so we can stop hearing from these people?

    Until last year I was worried that he would live as long as his 106 year old mother, but I think we’re safe.

    • Agree: Malcolm X-Lax
    • Replies: @JohnnyWalker123
    Hey, man. I like Johnny.
    , @Sean c
    The Gov is just going to appoint his wife to the Senate when he does.
  6. Steve,

    More grist for Stephen Miller for his next demolishment of another Zero Amendment devotee!

    • Replies: @rob
    The hate directed at him is unreal. What are the chances Miller gets Fortuyned before the midterms, 5-10%?
    , @Malcolm X-Lax
    Steven Miller's face should be on Mt. Rushmore. For a jew to go against the tribe like this takes balls of steel. I'd like to see an interview with his parents.
  7. Anonymous[427] • Disclaimer says:

    The Mexica sacrificed thousands of people in the Aztec capital of Tenochtitlan—and now archaeologists have found a literal tower of their skulls beneath Mexico City. I’m proud to share my @sciencemagazine cover story on this amazing discovery! https://t.co/GBZW1TXflv

    — Lizzie Wade (@lizzie_wade) June 21, 2018

    Sounds more like Lizzie Borden to me.

  8. @DumbMexica
    I also don’t want mass immigration either but for a self proclaimed “intellectual” you make some pretty stupid arguments and comparisons.

    This was the First major German with trial:

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

    Around 60,000 people killed. See the link below.

    https://qz.com/1183992/why-europe-was-overrun-by-witch-hunts-in-early-modern-history/


    You know because if you’re going to sacrifice people to your religion it’s much better to burn them in the efficient organized German manner than end up with a mountain of skulls like those backward mexica.

    Bernal Diaz’s account of the Aztecs performing human sacrifice and engaging in cannibalism:

    “On these altars were idols with evil looking bodies, and that every night five Indians had been sacrificed before them; their chests had been cut open, and their arms and thighs had been cut off. The walls were covered with blood. We stood greatly amazed and gave the island the name isleta de Sacrificios [Islet of Sacrifices].”

    “They strike open the wretched Indian’s chest with flint knives and hastily tear out the palpitating heart which, with the blood, they present to the idols […]. They cut off the arms, thighs and head, eating the arms and thighs at ceremonial banquets. The head they hang up on a beam, and the body is […] given to the beasts of prey.”

    “Every day we saw sacrificed before us three, four or five Indians whose hearts were offered to the idols and their blood plastered on the walls, and their feet, arms and legs of the victims were cut off and eaten, just as in our country we eat beef bought from the butchers. I even believe that they sell it by retain in the tianguez as they call their markets”

    • Replies: @Malcolm X-Lax
    Diaz also described how the old Aztec ladies would feast on the brains of the sacrifice victims! The anthropologist Marvin Harris theorized that the reason the Aztecs were so blood hungry and cannibalistic was that they had few other protein sources available to them. Controversial theory but interesting, nonetheless.
  9. @DumbMexica
    I also don’t want mass immigration either but for a self proclaimed “intellectual” you make some pretty stupid arguments and comparisons.

    This was the First major German with trial:

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

    Around 60,000 people killed. See the link below.

    https://qz.com/1183992/why-europe-was-overrun-by-witch-hunts-in-early-modern-history/


    You know because if you’re going to sacrifice people to your religion it’s much better to burn them in the efficient organized German manner than end up with a mountain of skulls like those backward mexica.

    Around 60,000 people killed. See the link below.

    In contrast to….

    Aztecs (1375-1419)
    Estimated Total of human sacrifices among Aztecs:
    Michael Harner (1977): “In 1946 Sherburne Cook, a demographer specializing in American Indian populations, estimated an over-all annual mean of 15,000 victims in a central Mexican population reckoned at two million [i.e. 1.5M sacrificed per century]. Later, however, he and his colleague Woodrow Borah revised his estimate of the total central Mexican population upward to 25 million. Recently, Borah, possibly the leading authority on the demography of Mexico at the time of the conquest, has also revised the estimated number of persons sacrificed in central Mexico in the fifteenth century to 250,000 per year” [i.e. 25.0M per century]

    A single incident….

    Dedication of a temple of Huitzilopochtli in Tenochtitlan by Aztec king Ahuitzotl (1487)

    Mark Cocker, Rivers of Blood, Rivers of Gold (1998): 20,000
    Harris, Cannibals and Kings (1977): 14,100 est. by Sherburne Cook

  10. @enemy of earth
    I was in a Walmart shopping with the Missus back in Illinois when an old geezer got annoyed because we apparently were in his way. As he passed he muttered, "Foreigners" under his breath but loud enough for me to hear. I got in his face and said, "My ancestors were building great cities on this continent while your ancestors were still swinging from trees in Europe." His horrified wife grabbed his arm and pulled him away while my equally horrified wife told me that I was being incredibly rude.

    I was quite pleased with myself. Of course I was/am aware of the awful practice and scale of human sacrifice before this continent was "civilized." But now I'm thinking maybe I owe that guy an apology.

    On second thought, I don't think so.

    I was saw a black guy, some rapper, and a Hispanic dude bond over the following declaration. Black guy to Hispanic: “That’s right! We wuz building big, mathematical buildings and shit while those Euro-peons was hunched over in caves!” He might also have said we were crawling around on all fours but this was like 25 years ago and memory is imperfect. I think it was KRS-One. Also, everyone should read Bernal Diaz’s Conquest of New Spain. A first person account of the conquest of the Aztecs. It’s an amazing story.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    Ali G visits Wales:

    Ali : Check dis. I is now in a coal mine which is where the Wales people used to live, underground. Millions of years ago miners lived under here before they became human beings.

    Miner : They never lived here, they just worked here.

    Ali : They worked in 'ere? What a crap job.

    , @J.Ross
    The first time I properly appreciated the conquistadors was that excerpt Jared Diamond quotes (in a possible self-sabotage), the one where the unified host of a continental empire is totally routed by about twenty guys. There's just no explaining that one away.
    , @BB753
    I also heartily recommend Alvar Nunez Cabeza de Vaca's account of the failed Florida Narvaez expedition in his book "Shipwrecks". He travelled from Florida to Texas, until he was rescued by Spanish authorities in Mexico, with Indian tribes, sometimes voluntarily , sometimes as as a slave. The poverty and backwardness Gulf Coast Indians lived in was incredible and indeed puzzling.
    It's a short but riveting read, which can be found online.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Álvar_Núñez_Cabeza_de_Vaca
  11. Archeological evidence vindicates Cortez, savoir of Mexico.

  12. I hear Kiko Reed pens his pro- colonialist/nationalist rhetoric (that would be Mexican, not US, gringo!) by the light of a candle glued to a skull top with wax.

  13. We are the world….

    Mexico’s Next President Tells Country: They “must leave their towns and find a life in the United States”…

    https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2018/06/22/mexicos-next-president-tells-country-they-must-leave-their-towns-and-find-a-life-in-the-united-states/

    • Replies: @istevefan
    Assuming this is true and the next president of Mexico follows through on this, I'd say this would be akin to a declaration of war. At the very least the US ought to seriously consider regime change for Mexico. As the late environmentalist Edward Abby once wrote,

    Or if we must meddle, as we have always done, let us meddle for a change in a constructive way. Stop every campesino at our southern border, give him a handgun, a good rifle, and a case of ammunition, and send him home. He will know what to do with our gifts and good wishes. The people know who their enemies are.
     
    Honestly I wish the Mexicans would do what your article reports. It would redpill a lot more people in this nation.
    , @J.Ross
    What's coming regardless of whether we want it is crowd sourced immigration control. It is being hurried into life not by some persuasive pamphlet or invisible Russian hacker but by the refusal of the government to do its job.
    -----
    >the Constitution is a living document but the Lazarus poem doesn't take amendments
    I wish I had the exact construction but a while back NPR juxtaposed something like "controversial gun rights" against "Constitutionally protected reproductive freedoms."
    , @Thomm
    I interpret that as an invitation to annex all of Mexico (like we should have done in 1849). If all those people are to come here, we should get more land (especially all that good-weather land).

    I mean, he's begging for it. We could save millions of Mexicans the trouble, and just annex the entire country with all its land, coastlines, and natural resources. Then we only have to fortify a small border with Guatemala, which the Mexicans can be drafted to do.
    , @nebulafox
    All of a sudden, Mitch McConnell and the whole Chamber of Commerce have a strange, tingly feeling in their pants that they haven't felt in many decades...

    It's less shocking to me than it should be, perhaps. Guys like Kaus and Huntington have made pretty explicitly clear that the Mexican public genuinely doesn't think the US has the right to limit immigration (their views on Mexico's right to restrict immigration of Central Americans, needless to say, is rather different), and have rather... questionable views on the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, to say the least. But there's nothing to be done, really: even if illegal immigration were to be shut down tomorrow and all illegals were to magically disappear, we've got tens of millions of citizens of Mexican descent. The only way to win the game is to assimilate them into American culture. The plutocrats in DC and Mexico City who have dominated public life since 1992 + their SJW pansies have a vested interest in seeing that not happen. The New Right shouldn't help them.

    , @Clyde

    Mexico’s Next President Tells Country: They “must leave their towns and find a life in the United States”…
     
    Donald Trump should tweet this out a few times a week. Similar statements too, by Mexico's next El Presidente.
  14. @Malcolm X-Lax
    I was saw a black guy, some rapper, and a Hispanic dude bond over the following declaration. Black guy to Hispanic: "That's right! We wuz building big, mathematical buildings and shit while those Euro-peons was hunched over in caves!" He might also have said we were crawling around on all fours but this was like 25 years ago and memory is imperfect. I think it was KRS-One. Also, everyone should read Bernal Diaz's Conquest of New Spain. A first person account of the conquest of the Aztecs. It's an amazing story.

    Ali G visits Wales:

    Ali : Check dis. I is now in a coal mine which is where the Wales people used to live, underground. Millions of years ago miners lived under here before they became human beings.

    Miner : They never lived here, they just worked here.

    Ali : They worked in ‘ere? What a crap job.

  15. @syonredux
    Bernal Diaz’s account of the Aztecs performing human sacrifice and engaging in cannibalism:

    “On these altars were idols with evil looking bodies, and that every night five Indians had been sacrificed before them; their chests had been cut open, and their arms and thighs had been cut off. The walls were covered with blood. We stood greatly amazed and gave the island the name isleta de Sacrificios [Islet of Sacrifices].”

     


    “They strike open the wretched Indian’s chest with flint knives and hastily tear out the palpitating heart which, with the blood, they present to the idols […]. They cut off the arms, thighs and head, eating the arms and thighs at ceremonial banquets. The head they hang up on a beam, and the body is […] given to the beasts of prey.”
     

    “Every day we saw sacrificed before us three, four or five Indians whose hearts were offered to the idols and their blood plastered on the walls, and their feet, arms and legs of the victims were cut off and eaten, just as in our country we eat beef bought from the butchers. I even believe that they sell it by retain in the tianguez as they call their markets”
     

    Diaz also described how the old Aztec ladies would feast on the brains of the sacrifice victims! The anthropologist Marvin Harris theorized that the reason the Aztecs were so blood hungry and cannibalistic was that they had few other protein sources available to them. Controversial theory but interesting, nonetheless.

    • Replies: @Clyde

    The anthropologist Marvin Harris theorized that the reason the Aztecs were so blood hungry and cannibalistic was that they had few other protein sources available to them.
     
    Seems to me the Aztec masses were weakened on a mostly vegetarian diet. That the upper classes (as usual) and warriors (by necessity) got a decent supply of animal protein.
    , @DRA
    What! No beans?
    , @Old Palo Altan
    No, they did it because they were wholly given over to the cult of Satan, to whom they of course gave another name.
    The Catholic Spain of old saved them from this perpetual blood sacrifice by bearing aloft the Sacred Host, the true Body and Blood of the one-time and for all time sacrificed Son of God.
    Mel Gibson shows this in an unforgetable way at the end of his masterpiece Apocalypto.
  16. Donald J. Trump
    ‏Verified account @realDonaldTrump

    We have to maintain strong borders or we will no longer have a country that we can be proud of – and if we show any weakness, millions of people will journey into our country.
    3:40 PM – 21 Jun 2018

    • Replies: @Chrisnonymous
    It is a shame that Trump lacks the ability to make a turn of phrase that Churchill had. If he didn't, he would be quoted by future historians.
  17. Anonymous[151] • Disclaimer says:

    But historians and archaeologists knew the conquistadors were prone to exaggerating the horrors of human sacrifice to demonize the Mexica culture. As the centuries passed, scholars began to wonder whether the tzompantli had ever existed.

    Archaeologists at the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) here can now say with certainty that it did.

    Certainly not the case that scholars were prone to minimizing the horrors of their pet noble savage. No, sir…

  18. @syonredux
    Fred Reed can call me a racist, but I prefer this

    http://i.huffpost.com/gen/1773051/thumbs/o-MICHELANGELOS-DAVID-facebook.jpg


    To this



    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/2/2c/Aztec_statue_of_Coatlicue,_the_earth_goddess.jpg

    but don’t forget this

    https://www.google.com/search?biw=1680&bih=895&tbm=isch&sa=1&ei=1bEtW7i0KsvVjwShspSIBw&q=gargoyles&oq=gargoyles&gs_l=img.3..0l10.4117.6604.0.6862.11.9.1.1.1.0.74.482.9.9.0….0…1c.1.64.img..0.11.486…0i67k1.0.wzI7Nv1DGRY

    • Replies: @syonredux

    but don’t forget this
     
    Gargoyles are uber-cool



    http://lh3.ggpht.com/_hVOW2U7K4-M/TJEVwc4gPUI/AAAAAAABWx0/VN-yKQCKVy4/s720/er6uhyrhy.jpg


    Mexica art is simply nauseating....

    Annually, slaves or captives were selected as sacrifices to Xipe Totec.[33] After having the heart cut out, the body was carefully flayed to produce a nearly whole skin which was then worn by the priests for twenty days during the fertility rituals that followed the sacrifice.[33] This act of putting on new skin was a ceremony called 'Neteotquiliztli' translating to "impersonation of a god".[34] The skins were often adorned with bright feathers and gold jewellery when worn.[35] During the festival, victorious warriors wearing flayed skins carried out mock skirmishes throughout Tenochtitlan, they passed through the city begging alms and blessed whoever gave them food or other offerings.[6] When the twenty-day festival was over, the flayed skins were removed and stored in special containers with tight-fitting lids designed to stop the stench of putrefaction from escaping. These containers were then stored in a chamber beneath the temple.[36]
     
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xipe_Totec#Human_sacrifice



    https://s3.amazonaws.com/classconnection/661/flashcards/5437661/jpg/picture6-149196F0BAD058EDADA.jpg



    http://classconnection.s3.amazonaws.com/726/flashcards/2683726/png/9-144D1728E9B422D29F6.png
  19. @enemy of earth
    I was in a Walmart shopping with the Missus back in Illinois when an old geezer got annoyed because we apparently were in his way. As he passed he muttered, "Foreigners" under his breath but loud enough for me to hear. I got in his face and said, "My ancestors were building great cities on this continent while your ancestors were still swinging from trees in Europe." His horrified wife grabbed his arm and pulled him away while my equally horrified wife told me that I was being incredibly rude.

    I was quite pleased with myself. Of course I was/am aware of the awful practice and scale of human sacrifice before this continent was "civilized." But now I'm thinking maybe I owe that guy an apology.

    On second thought, I don't think so.

    In Asia?

  20. Anon[121] • Disclaimer says:

    Are we to assume that Mexicans and other brownies hate their own kind and prefer to be with gringos? Where is the pride? Why do they want to be separated from their own kin?

    And are Mexicans and brownies to derelict in their duties that they can’t even take care of their own kids? They ask America to take care of their kids…. while working as nannies for kids of rich white folks?

    ‘Gringo, please take care of my kids while I take care of your kids.’

    ???

    • Replies: @gate666
    most mexicans are half white.
    , @bomag

    Why do they want to be separated from their own kin?
     
    It starts to make more sense when you think of them, kids and all, as soldiers marching off to conquer new lands and capture treasure. Lots of nice stuff to had, north of the border, and it all seems to be up for grabs.

    We're spending a billion a year to take care of the border "kids". Thars gold! in them thar crying babies!
    , @Old Palo Altan
    ‘Gringo, please take care of my kids while I take care of your kids.’


    Ask that poor couple in New York City what that leads to.
  21. Cindy McCain is just another globo-mobster or globster.

  22. I believe the truly successful Cindy McCain copy would be:

    Budweiser Lager Beer
    Brewed from our original process from the Choicest Hops Rice and Best Barley Malt

    As that copy has made all the difference.

  23. Speaking of drug cartels, Sicario 2 will be in theaters next week!

    • Replies: @Forbes
    Who'll play the token chick...
  24. In response to Mrs. McCain’s tweet, Larry Schweikart tweeted this

    Added a long time after we got the statue, toots.Clearly you do not understand that we went over 50 years (!!!!) without admitting a SINGLE immigrant after that poem.Get a clue. You're as doltish as your dad.— Larry Schweikart (@LarrySchweikart) 22 June 2018

    I have heard Rush say similar things. Why do these people think we had ZERO immigration after 1924? Don’t they understand it assigned quotas? So we obviously took people. We just reduced the number significantly to about 180K per year.

    I only bring this up because when people on our side get their facts so wrong it provides ammo to the other side to punch holes in our arguments.

    • Agree: Dan Hayes, Forbes
    • Replies: @Prester John
    There WAS immigration after 1924--My mother and father emigrated from Ireland and Germany respectively in 1928. The quota had been cut back though after 1920 and was dwindling then and shortly thereafter pretty much shut down. The 30s in fact saw the first --and in so far as I am aware the only-- instance of OUTWARD migration (migration back to Europe), particularly among Italians and Slavs (Poles especially). It wasn't until the goal posts were moved starting in 1965 thanks to the brothers Kennedy, that we started to see immigration rise. And it's been rising steadily ever since.

    Bottom line: there is no consensus in this country about ANYTHING anymore. There's "diversity" for you! No consensus, no national will. No national will, no immigration reform. No immigration reform, no more USA. Case closed!

  25. The Wretched Refuse argument.

    Meanwhile, Mexico doubles their deportations of Central American migrants compared to last year:

    http://www.eluniversal.com.mx/mundo/crece-cifra-de-migrantes-de-ca-devueltos-desde-mexico

    Wretched Refuse for Thee But Not for Me.

  26. @Anon
    but don't forget this

    https://www.google.com/search?biw=1680&bih=895&tbm=isch&sa=1&ei=1bEtW7i0KsvVjwShspSIBw&q=gargoyles&oq=gargoyles&gs_l=img.3..0l10.4117.6604.0.6862.11.9.1.1.1.0.74.482.9.9.0....0...1c.1.64.img..0.11.486...0i67k1.0.wzI7Nv1DGRY

    but don’t forget this

    Gargoyles are uber-cool

    Mexica art is simply nauseating….

    Annually, slaves or captives were selected as sacrifices to Xipe Totec.[33] After having the heart cut out, the body was carefully flayed to produce a nearly whole skin which was then worn by the priests for twenty days during the fertility rituals that followed the sacrifice.[33] This act of putting on new skin was a ceremony called ‘Neteotquiliztli’ translating to “impersonation of a god”.[34] The skins were often adorned with bright feathers and gold jewellery when worn.[35] During the festival, victorious warriors wearing flayed skins carried out mock skirmishes throughout Tenochtitlan, they passed through the city begging alms and blessed whoever gave them food or other offerings.[6] When the twenty-day festival was over, the flayed skins were removed and stored in special containers with tight-fitting lids designed to stop the stench of putrefaction from escaping. These containers were then stored in a chamber beneath the temple.[36]

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xipe_Totec#Human_sacrifice

    • Replies: @Anon
    The Viking way

    https://www.toptenz.net/10-fascinating-facts-viking-funerals.php

    The Roman way

    https://www.biblicalarchaeology.org/daily/biblical-topics/crucifixion/roman-crucifixion-methods-reveal-the-history-of-crucifixion/

    Crazy world:

    http://www.historyrundown.com/10-most-cruel-execution-methods-of-all-time/

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scaphism

    And the West is now carrying out Mass Cuckrifice of the entire civilization. And it destroyed millions of Muslim lives to appease Zion. Albright said 500,000 dead Iraqi kids by starvation or torture were worth it.

    https://twitter.com/Skototaxis/status/1010088625315475456
  27. @newrouter
    We are the world....

    Mexico’s Next President Tells Country: They “must leave their towns and find a life in the United States”…

    https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2018/06/22/mexicos-next-president-tells-country-they-must-leave-their-towns-and-find-a-life-in-the-united-states/

    Assuming this is true and the next president of Mexico follows through on this, I’d say this would be akin to a declaration of war. At the very least the US ought to seriously consider regime change for Mexico. As the late environmentalist Edward Abby once wrote,

    Or if we must meddle, as we have always done, let us meddle for a change in a constructive way. Stop every campesino at our southern border, give him a handgun, a good rifle, and a case of ammunition, and send him home. He will know what to do with our gifts and good wishes. The people know who their enemies are.

    Honestly I wish the Mexicans would do what your article reports. It would redpill a lot more people in this nation.

    • Replies: @Chrisnonymous
    The soon to be new Mexican president is encouraging Mexicans to flood the border and settle in the US.

    If I were Trump, the first time he encouraged that again after being elected, I would claim it as a declaration of war and send massive troops to the border and into northern Mexico. Huge troops. The most troops that have ever invaded a country. And use it as an excuse to take control of the situation and end free trade with Mexico.
    , @Jefferson
    "Honestly I wish the Mexicans would do what your article reports. It would redpill a lot more people in this nation."

    Redpilling is an overwhelmingly White thing. So you can not redpill Mexicans as a whole.

    If redpilling Mexicans was so easy than states like California, New Mexico, and Nevada would still be red states or atleast purple swing states, not blue states that Republicans will NEVER win again.

  28. “Mexico’s Next President Tells Country: They “must leave their towns and find a life in the United States”…”

    Act. Of. War.

    Please do it.

  29. So, that settles the question of whether McCain’s entire family is as hyper-annoying as he is (we already have ample evidence that Megan is every bit as obnoxiously and sanctimoniously RINO as her father).

    • Replies: @Mr. Anon

    So, that settles the question of whether McCain’s entire family is as hyper-annoying as he is (we already have ample evidence that Megan is every bit as obnoxiously and sanctimoniously RINO as her father).
     
    As RINO "public intellectuals" go, Meghan McCain...............has very large breasts.
  30. Ah, the McPain family volunteering to be our leadership as usual. I’m seeking DNA therapy to change my ethnicity so I won’t have even a remote kinship to these people!

  31. @istevefan
    In response to Mrs. McCain's tweet, Larry Schweikart tweeted this

    Added a long time after we got the statue, toots.Clearly you do not understand that we went over 50 years (!!!!) without admitting a SINGLE immigrant after that poem.Get a clue. You're as doltish as your dad.— Larry Schweikart (@LarrySchweikart) 22 June 2018
     
    I have heard Rush say similar things. Why do these people think we had ZERO immigration after 1924? Don't they understand it assigned quotas? So we obviously took people. We just reduced the number significantly to about 180K per year.

    I only bring this up because when people on our side get their facts so wrong it provides ammo to the other side to punch holes in our arguments.

    There WAS immigration after 1924–My mother and father emigrated from Ireland and Germany respectively in 1928. The quota had been cut back though after 1920 and was dwindling then and shortly thereafter pretty much shut down. The 30s in fact saw the first –and in so far as I am aware the only– instance of OUTWARD migration (migration back to Europe), particularly among Italians and Slavs (Poles especially). It wasn’t until the goal posts were moved starting in 1965 thanks to the brothers Kennedy, that we started to see immigration rise. And it’s been rising steadily ever since.

    Bottom line: there is no consensus in this country about ANYTHING anymore. There’s “diversity” for you! No consensus, no national will. No national will, no immigration reform. No immigration reform, no more USA. Case closed!

    • Replies: @istevefan

    It wasn’t until the goal posts were moved starting in 1965 thanks to the brothers Kennedy,
     
    Give credit where credit is due. Emanuel Celler wrote the bill which was the culmination of almost 40 years of his congressional career. He introduced it into the House, Phil Hart introduced it into the Senate, and LBJ signed it into law.

    Teddy Kennedy was a first term senator who has become the safe guy to blame by Ann Coulter and Rush Limbaugh.
  32. @newrouter
    We are the world....

    Mexico’s Next President Tells Country: They “must leave their towns and find a life in the United States”…

    https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2018/06/22/mexicos-next-president-tells-country-they-must-leave-their-towns-and-find-a-life-in-the-united-states/

    What’s coming regardless of whether we want it is crowd sourced immigration control. It is being hurried into life not by some persuasive pamphlet or invisible Russian hacker but by the refusal of the government to do its job.
    —–
    >the Constitution is a living document but the Lazarus poem doesn’t take amendments
    I wish I had the exact construction but a while back NPR juxtaposed something like “controversial gun rights” against “Constitutionally protected reproductive freedoms.”

    • Replies: @Joe Stalin
    That's like asking for how the Venn diagram of "Shall not be infringed" and gun bans must necessarily be a null set for words to actually mean something.
  33. @enemy of earth
    I was in a Walmart shopping with the Missus back in Illinois when an old geezer got annoyed because we apparently were in his way. As he passed he muttered, "Foreigners" under his breath but loud enough for me to hear. I got in his face and said, "My ancestors were building great cities on this continent while your ancestors were still swinging from trees in Europe." His horrified wife grabbed his arm and pulled him away while my equally horrified wife told me that I was being incredibly rude.

    I was quite pleased with myself. Of course I was/am aware of the awful practice and scale of human sacrifice before this continent was "civilized." But now I'm thinking maybe I owe that guy an apology.

    On second thought, I don't think so.

    Jesus (not you), you’ll never assimilate if you always overreact to perfectly reasonable inquiries about progressive rock preferences.
    Thank god he didn’t say Neue Ordnung.

  34. @AndrewR
    Would Johnny just croak already so we can stop hearing from these people?

    Until last year I was worried that he would live as long as his 106 year old mother, but I think we're safe.

    Hey, man. I like Johnny.

  35. Attention

    Just got wind of this on my neighborhood message board: The Trump administration wants to use the Concord Naval Weapons Station to house 50,000 Illegal Aliens. As much as I hate it (it is in my neck of the woods) it is probably about as poetic justice as there is. At least they are not Somalis. This is a bit like what Putin did with the Syrians by sending to Europe. If it is true it will be a masterstroke.

  36. @Malcolm X-Lax
    I was saw a black guy, some rapper, and a Hispanic dude bond over the following declaration. Black guy to Hispanic: "That's right! We wuz building big, mathematical buildings and shit while those Euro-peons was hunched over in caves!" He might also have said we were crawling around on all fours but this was like 25 years ago and memory is imperfect. I think it was KRS-One. Also, everyone should read Bernal Diaz's Conquest of New Spain. A first person account of the conquest of the Aztecs. It's an amazing story.

    The first time I properly appreciated the conquistadors was that excerpt Jared Diamond quotes (in a possible self-sabotage), the one where the unified host of a continental empire is totally routed by about twenty guys. There’s just no explaining that one away.

    • Replies: @BenKenobi
    You will never rack up a 1000 kill streak with sword and lance on horseback.

    Why even live?
    , @BB753
    Pizarro's conquest of the Inca Empire was no small feat either, given that the Incas ran a larger and better organized empire than the Aztecs.
    Not even the liberal Wikipedia manages to belittle Pizarro's prowess. The man had balls of steel.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Cajamarca
  37. @newrouter
    We are the world....

    Mexico’s Next President Tells Country: They “must leave their towns and find a life in the United States”…

    https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2018/06/22/mexicos-next-president-tells-country-they-must-leave-their-towns-and-find-a-life-in-the-united-states/

    I interpret that as an invitation to annex all of Mexico (like we should have done in 1849). If all those people are to come here, we should get more land (especially all that good-weather land).

    I mean, he’s begging for it. We could save millions of Mexicans the trouble, and just annex the entire country with all its land, coastlines, and natural resources. Then we only have to fortify a small border with Guatemala, which the Mexicans can be drafted to do.

    • Replies: @istevefan
    Are you joking, or are you that stupid to consider such a plan? Even people in 1848 understood the consequences of such a decision.
    , @Anonymous
    As I have stated in another post, James K. Polk's singular act of greatness was not taking all of Mexico. The United States would have been Mexicanized before WW1.
    , @Hapalong Cassidy
    Contrary to what most here believe, I’m not convinced that would have been a terrible idea. We could have taken the Baja Peninsula and all of the country north of the Valley of Mexico (where then as now, the bulk of Mexico’s population lives). That would have made for a much more defensible border, and then what remained of the Mexican population north of that border (which would probably be less Indian than those living to the south) could have been assimilated, and would probably speak English today.
    , @Svigor
    The ideal White Supremacist move would have been to drive all the non-Whites out of Mexico and Central America, down past Panama, and build a 100' wall just south of where the Canal is today.

    White Supremacists were in far too short a supply to carry it out.

    , @Kylie
    Are you insane no question mark.
    , @tyrone
    BEHOLD! …..I give you bizarro tiny duck!
  38. Fictional fun at the border:

  39. @Dan Hayes
    Steve,

    More grist for Stephen Miller for his next demolishment of another Zero Amendment devotee!

    The hate directed at him is unreal. What are the chances Miller gets Fortuyned before the midterms, 5-10%?

    • Replies: @Dan Hayes
    Rob,

    I am afraid that the Republican Establishment as personified by Paul Ryan et al. pose more of a threat to Stephen Miller. If Miller is removed then all the Jareds/Ivankas Establishment Camp Followers will rein supreme!

  40. Have any of you guys seen Apolacypto? The movie was directed by Mel Gibson and released in 2006. The movie is set in pre-Euro Mayan era of Mexico. It’s very brutal, but I liked it.

    Here’s the trailer.

    Here’s the part where they conduct a human sacrifice. Warning NSFW. Watch from 1:30-2:50

    It seems like the pre-Euro Central&South Americans were very fascinated by torture, blood sacrifices, death, pain, religious rituals, superstitions, spirits, jungle animals, hunting, war, and astronomy. They were basically a very advanced form of hunter-gatherer.

    If you look at Central&South Americans even today (especially if you look in areas with substanial “Indio” ancestry), you’ll see remnants of that culture. It’s often reflected in their movies/tv, tattoos (often of skulls), Halloween celebrations (“dio de los muertos”), and even their religious practices. The way they practice their Catholicism places emphasis on the torture of Jesus Christ, his pain, and blood sacrifice he made for humanity. Their Catholicism also is very infused with all type of pre-Euro traditions, often of a very macabre nature.

    See this video about Santa Muerte, which mixes Catholicism and death worship. This fascinating news story is worth watching.

    Steve even blogged about this.

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/nyt-santa-muerte-tattoos-making-white/

    http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2014/us/the-way-north.html?hp&_r=0#p/9

    • Replies: @Anonym
    Apocalypto is a great movie.
    , @El Dato

    It seems like the pre-Euro Central&South Americans were very fascinated by torture, blood sacrifices, death, pain, religious rituals, superstitions, spirits, jungle animals, hunting, war, and astronomy.
     
    I think practically everybody is, this list of "basics" sounds very celtic, too.

    It's just a question of how much you are occupied with other things or how well the raging thought animals are stashed behind the flowery curtain of public life that makes a difference.

    This is why more STEM is wholesome.

    , @Anon
    Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia.

    I think Ancient Meso-Americans were cruel because too many of them were too nice. Nice people are passive and servile, easier to dominate and exploit by mean people. It's like Japan. Land of passive and timid people. So, the mean people could lord over them with ruthlessness.

    Nice people don't offer necessary push-back against mean people. They just cower and obey. They don't have the Wyatt Earp thing to stand up to bad guys. So, paradoxically, a world of nice people can become even more horrible. Look at the effect of PC. It castrated whites into Niceness, and as a result, so many whites are afraid to stand up to globalist evils. Result is Cuckrifice of the West.

    Because too many Mesos were too nice and timid, they served any powerful lord who could maintain order. Because he ruled over servile idiots, he felt like a god. So, punks like Mayorga ruled over masses of overly nice toadies.

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

    Today, Soros and NYT act like this.

    , @Hockamaw
    It is true that the Catholicism of the Amerindian Mexicans is very, very weird. In San Juan, Texas (which is basically Mexico) there is a huge nominally Catholic (and officially sanctioned by the Church) shrine where they venerate and ascribe supernatural powers to this little doll. It’s the strangest thing I’ve ever seen. It’s shocking to me that the Church condones this practice but I guess it’s harmless if it gets them to behave and say their Padre Nuestros.

    See the doll here: Virgin de San Juan de los Lagos https://goo.gl/images/DMkgui

    , @Anonymous

    The way they practice their Catholicism places emphasis on the torture of Jesus Christ, his pain, and blood sacrifice he made for humanity. Their Catholicism also is very infused with all type of pre-Euro traditions, often of a very macabre nature.
     
    This is not unlike Old World Catholicism, which is likely why Catholic authorities tolerated this sort of development of Catholicism in the New World. Traditional Catholics practice things like mortification and focus on the physical pain and torture of Christ. This is why Gibson's Passion was especially explicit in its depictions of the Crucifixion and was shocking to many non traditional Catholics.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3146906/Haunting-images-preserved-saints-remains-displayed-faithful-venerate-Italy.html
  41. This may not be the first time people in these parts have had to deal with invaders from the southern latitudes.

    Anasazi ruins, Chaco Canyon, State of New Mexico, US. It’s a cool place to visit:

    Source: http://www.hotwaterpress.com/books/man-corn-cannibalism-and-violence-in-the-prehistoric-american-southwest/

  42. Anonymous[266] • Disclaimer says:

    We used to get the best immigrants from Mexico. Like Mario José Henríquez (Nobel Laureate in Chemistry) and Albert Vinicio Báez (folk singer Joan’s dad and an MIT physicist who did pioneering work in x-ray microscopy). Nowadays we have the bottom-of-the-barrel ones who are assisted in coming by the Mexican government (to improve Mexico) and assisted in staying by self-loathing white SJWs and the those plotting to destroy Western civilization.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mario_J._Molina
    , @Prester John
    Mejico is off-loading what amounts to a redundant population to other countries--in this case the US of A. This is reminiscent of what Castro's Kooba did with the Marielitas back in the late 70s (he couldn't wait to get rid of them). And, for that matter, what the Brits did in the 18th and 19th centuries (Australia for example was originally a penal colony populated primarily by Irish). The question for the US is--what do we do with OUR ne'er-do-wells?
    , @Bubba
    I wonder if our earth-saving, bicycle-riding, Robespierre SJW's are trying to pimp Joan Baez for money and apologies ad nauseam for singing "The Night They Drove Ole Dixie Down." Today's liberal is tomorrow's fascist.
  43. @JohnnyWalker123
    Have any of you guys seen Apolacypto? The movie was directed by Mel Gibson and released in 2006. The movie is set in pre-Euro Mayan era of Mexico. It's very brutal, but I liked it.

    Here's the trailer. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ngWBddVNVZs

    Here's the part where they conduct a human sacrifice. Warning NSFW. Watch from 1:30-2:50

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aG8WqEyXIyc

    It seems like the pre-Euro Central&South Americans were very fascinated by torture, blood sacrifices, death, pain, religious rituals, superstitions, spirits, jungle animals, hunting, war, and astronomy. They were basically a very advanced form of hunter-gatherer.

    If you look at Central&South Americans even today (especially if you look in areas with substanial "Indio" ancestry), you'll see remnants of that culture. It's often reflected in their movies/tv, tattoos (often of skulls), Halloween celebrations ("dio de los muertos"), and even their religious practices. The way they practice their Catholicism places emphasis on the torture of Jesus Christ, his pain, and blood sacrifice he made for humanity. Their Catholicism also is very infused with all type of pre-Euro traditions, often of a very macabre nature.

    See this video about Santa Muerte, which mixes Catholicism and death worship. This fascinating news story is worth watching.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ILKnScNCJ-Y

    Steve even blogged about this.

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/nyt-santa-muerte-tattoos-making-white/

    http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2014/us/the-way-north.html?hp&_r=0#p/9

    Apocalypto is a great movie.

    • Agree: jim jones
    • Replies: @Anon
    Apocalypto is a great movie.

    Too Mad Maxy or Mad Mexico(though Mayan than Aztec to be sure).
    , @JohnnyWalker123
    Definitely.
  44. Note the Pizza Slices in this video.

    John McCain, “American Hero”, married into an organized crime family.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jim_Hensley

    Cindy McCain’s father was a mobster who took a fall for The Syndicate in exchange for a multi-million dollar Anheuser-Busch beer distributorship monopoly. This explains why the Media and other elements of the Establishment loved the “Maverick” John McCain. He has been bought and controlled his entire political career.

    This also explains McCain’s strange subservience to certain foreign interests.

    • Replies: @roo_ster
    Pizza aside, the dissipation and degeneracy of that video is astonishing. I have been unplugged from pop culture for a few years and have lost my callousness towrd such . Have not looked it up but i bet fiona apple did not end well or have a happy life subsequent to that video.
    , @Barnard
    Thanks, I didn't know the background on Cindy McCain's father. You have to laugh at how Wikipedia labels it "legal issues."
  45. Any violence in Mexico or perpetrated by People of a Olof is a direct result of White supremacys legacy

    Leonard Pitts has wrote extensively on thus subject

    • Replies: @al gore rhythms
    I take it you mean the family of this guy?

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olof_Palme
    , @Steve in Greensboro
    Written after Tiny had finished off his third forty ounce Olde English Malt Liquor.
  46. rob says:

    Sailer,

    Was it you or a commenter who linked to a news story of a Mexican/other Latino ambassador/conselar official encouraging whichever sort of latinks to infiltrate and claim to be refugees if caught to overwhelm our immigration courts Obviously I don’t remember it very well. I’m pretty sure I saw it here.

  47. @enemy of earth
    I was in a Walmart shopping with the Missus back in Illinois when an old geezer got annoyed because we apparently were in his way. As he passed he muttered, "Foreigners" under his breath but loud enough for me to hear. I got in his face and said, "My ancestors were building great cities on this continent while your ancestors were still swinging from trees in Europe." His horrified wife grabbed his arm and pulled him away while my equally horrified wife told me that I was being incredibly rude.

    I was quite pleased with myself. Of course I was/am aware of the awful practice and scale of human sacrifice before this continent was "civilized." But now I'm thinking maybe I owe that guy an apology.

    On second thought, I don't think so.

    I got in his face…

    Would this happen in any other country? Maybe Europe. I don’t imagine it happens in China; Japan; any African country.

    Survivors on the planet have an ethnic support group. Everyone else goes extinct.

  48. My response to Cindy McCain is to quote the great senator from the great state of Arizona:

    “Complete the danged fence.”

  49. @enemy of earth
    I was in a Walmart shopping with the Missus back in Illinois when an old geezer got annoyed because we apparently were in his way. As he passed he muttered, "Foreigners" under his breath but loud enough for me to hear. I got in his face and said, "My ancestors were building great cities on this continent while your ancestors were still swinging from trees in Europe." His horrified wife grabbed his arm and pulled him away while my equally horrified wife told me that I was being incredibly rude.

    I was quite pleased with myself. Of course I was/am aware of the awful practice and scale of human sacrifice before this continent was "civilized." But now I'm thinking maybe I owe that guy an apology.

    On second thought, I don't think so.

    I got in his face and said, “My ancestors were building great cities on this continent while your ancestors were still swinging from trees in Europe.”

    Yes, Europeans are a truly breathtaking example of accelerated evolution — from arboreal primates to continent-conquering Homo sapiens in only 800 years!

  50. @Prester John
    There WAS immigration after 1924--My mother and father emigrated from Ireland and Germany respectively in 1928. The quota had been cut back though after 1920 and was dwindling then and shortly thereafter pretty much shut down. The 30s in fact saw the first --and in so far as I am aware the only-- instance of OUTWARD migration (migration back to Europe), particularly among Italians and Slavs (Poles especially). It wasn't until the goal posts were moved starting in 1965 thanks to the brothers Kennedy, that we started to see immigration rise. And it's been rising steadily ever since.

    Bottom line: there is no consensus in this country about ANYTHING anymore. There's "diversity" for you! No consensus, no national will. No national will, no immigration reform. No immigration reform, no more USA. Case closed!

    It wasn’t until the goal posts were moved starting in 1965 thanks to the brothers Kennedy,

    Give credit where credit is due. Emanuel Celler wrote the bill which was the culmination of almost 40 years of his congressional career. He introduced it into the House, Phil Hart introduced it into the Senate, and LBJ signed it into law.

    Teddy Kennedy was a first term senator who has become the safe guy to blame by Ann Coulter and Rush Limbaugh.

    • Agree: Stan d Mute
    • Replies: @Gemjunior
    Yes! You’re right. And Coulter never seems to get that Kennedy was just goyim window dressing, at a time in our country when the Kennedy’s held clout. The Kennedys were and still are - God knows why they still are - totally overexposed to the point of being actually annoying. IMHO. I mean, isn’t their time up already? I know I’m tired of their liberal stupidity. Coulter is someone who writes good books though. I’m not totally fond of all her stuff but I admire her willingness to speak her mind when most people just go along to get along. The Hart-Cellar Act was one of the worst things in American history, and that’s a fact.
    , @Charles Erwin Wilson II
    Oh come on. The cachet of the Kennedy name imbued the project with all kinds of unearned merit. Teddy was, in a sea of disgusting Democrat whores, the prom queen. So much so that he could get away with murder - literally.

    Blame the Joos in Cellar, and the Irishman Phil Hart, but this was Kennedy claiming his stake in the destruction of America. Kennedy was a traitor. And you Kennedy lovers have averted your gaze to Teddy's sins.
  51. @Thomm
    I interpret that as an invitation to annex all of Mexico (like we should have done in 1849). If all those people are to come here, we should get more land (especially all that good-weather land).

    I mean, he's begging for it. We could save millions of Mexicans the trouble, and just annex the entire country with all its land, coastlines, and natural resources. Then we only have to fortify a small border with Guatemala, which the Mexicans can be drafted to do.

    Are you joking, or are you that stupid to consider such a plan? Even people in 1848 understood the consequences of such a decision.

    • Replies: @miss marple
    It's a great idea as long as we use drug cartel hideouts as targets for nuclear tests. We could transition our troops from the middle east by deploying them in the great state of (insert new name here) while creating plenty of new jobs for the people formerly known as Mexicans and other Latin American types wanting to leave their old countries behind. We could make the place an immigrant Mecca with the sole requirement (other than not being evil) that newcomers reside in America South.
    , @utu
    He is from India.
    , @Thomm
    Hey, if their underclass is already here, there is relatively little to lose by taking the whole thing. At least we get all that land, all the resources, as well as the whiter Mexicans.
  52. 22 miles of hard road
    33 yrs of tough luck
    44 skulls buried in the ground
    crawling down thru the muck
    AW YEAH

  53. @rob
    The hate directed at him is unreal. What are the chances Miller gets Fortuyned before the midterms, 5-10%?

    Rob,

    I am afraid that the Republican Establishment as personified by Paul Ryan et al. pose more of a threat to Stephen Miller. If Miller is removed then all the Jareds/Ivankas Establishment Camp Followers will rein supreme!

  54. Anonymous[427] • Disclaimer says:
    @Thomm
    I interpret that as an invitation to annex all of Mexico (like we should have done in 1849). If all those people are to come here, we should get more land (especially all that good-weather land).

    I mean, he's begging for it. We could save millions of Mexicans the trouble, and just annex the entire country with all its land, coastlines, and natural resources. Then we only have to fortify a small border with Guatemala, which the Mexicans can be drafted to do.

    As I have stated in another post, James K. Polk’s singular act of greatness was not taking all of Mexico. The United States would have been Mexicanized before WW1.

    • Agree: donut
    • Replies: @snorlax
    Pre-WWI Americans were a (relatively) serious people, so southern Mexico would've been Americanized same as northern Mexico.
  55. @istevefan
    Are you joking, or are you that stupid to consider such a plan? Even people in 1848 understood the consequences of such a decision.

    It’s a great idea as long as we use drug cartel hideouts as targets for nuclear tests. We could transition our troops from the middle east by deploying them in the great state of (insert new name here) while creating plenty of new jobs for the people formerly known as Mexicans and other Latin American types wanting to leave their old countries behind. We could make the place an immigrant Mecca with the sole requirement (other than not being evil) that newcomers reside in America South.

  56. There’s been a push to appoint Cindy to John’s seat when he finally passes, but I think Ducey realises there’s no upside for him in doing that.

  57. @J.Ross
    The first time I properly appreciated the conquistadors was that excerpt Jared Diamond quotes (in a possible self-sabotage), the one where the unified host of a continental empire is totally routed by about twenty guys. There's just no explaining that one away.

    You will never rack up a 1000 kill streak with sword and lance on horseback.

    Why even live?

    • Replies: @Jack Hanson
    Because you're going to do it with a plasma rifle and chainsword while riding a space shuttle.
    , @Anon
    Or find that the rest of your comrades have retreated from the palace, many literally drowning due to the treasure in their pockets, and you are surrounded by three thousand Aztec Warriors. So, backed against a burning bridge, you kill dozens before turning, running, and pole-vaulting across the flaming, blood choked canal.

    'Alvarado's Leap' is, as far as I know, the only official landmark (now a regular highway bridge) commemorating the Conquistadores in all of the DF. Which is ironic, because Lt. Alvarado was easily the most blood-thirsty of Cortes's company.

    Still a pretty fucking heavy-metal apex to a very vigorous life though.
  58. @istevefan
    Are you joking, or are you that stupid to consider such a plan? Even people in 1848 understood the consequences of such a decision.

    He is from India.

    • Replies: @Thomm

    He is from India.
     
    Nope. Wrong again. But you even think Thorfinsson and DB Cooper are from India, so that shows how dumb you are.

    Utu, of course, is a black African, as another commenter informed me. He also admitted to being a homosexual.

  59. @newrouter
    Donald J. Trump
    ‏Verified account @realDonaldTrump

    We have to maintain strong borders or we will no longer have a country that we can be proud of – and if we show any weakness, millions of people will journey into our country.
    3:40 PM - 21 Jun 2018

    https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1009928980475138048

    It is a shame that Trump lacks the ability to make a turn of phrase that Churchill had. If he didn’t, he would be quoted by future historians.

    • Replies: @TTSSYF
    Churchill wasn't re-elected, despite his ability to turn a phrase. I'll be happy if Trump is re-elected, even if he's a bit of a blunt instrument at times.
  60. Anonymous[139] • Disclaimer says:

    Actually, looking at some of the gruesome – and downright bizarre – spectacles involving severed human heads and drug gangs in contemporary Mexico, one wonders if this very deep and ingrained atavism ever left the Mexican psyche.

    • Replies: @ThreeCranes
    "Actually, looking at some of the gruesome – and downright bizarre – spectacles involving severed human heads and drug gangs in contemporary Mexico, one wonders if this very deep and ingrained atavism ever left the Mexican psyche."

    Good observation. My take too. I've pored over Mayan art, spent a fair amount of time in Mexico and have come to just the conclusion you draw. It's there, under the surface. You can hear it in the raucous noise coming from those godawful bars that are open till 4 a.m. in any major Mexican city. Worst music in the world. They love dissonance. Loud dissonance.
    , @27 year old

    Actually, looking at some of the gruesome – and downright bizarre – spectacles involving severed human heads and drug gangs in contemporary Mexico, one wonders if this very deep and ingrained atavism ever left the Mexican psyche.
     
    I don't wonder at all. This is kind of the most simplified and universally explanatory red pill: X are what they are -- peoples are what they are, genders are what they are.

    Mexicans are what they are.

    , @Kylie
    "Actually, looking at some of the gruesome – and downright bizarre – spectacles involving severed human heads and drug gangs in contemporary Mexico, one wonders if this very deep and ingrained atavism ever left the Mexican psyche."

    Which one? This one doesn't wonder.
  61. @istevefan
    Assuming this is true and the next president of Mexico follows through on this, I'd say this would be akin to a declaration of war. At the very least the US ought to seriously consider regime change for Mexico. As the late environmentalist Edward Abby once wrote,

    Or if we must meddle, as we have always done, let us meddle for a change in a constructive way. Stop every campesino at our southern border, give him a handgun, a good rifle, and a case of ammunition, and send him home. He will know what to do with our gifts and good wishes. The people know who their enemies are.
     
    Honestly I wish the Mexicans would do what your article reports. It would redpill a lot more people in this nation.

    The soon to be new Mexican president is encouraging Mexicans to flood the border and settle in the US.

    If I were Trump, the first time he encouraged that again after being elected, I would claim it as a declaration of war and send massive troops to the border and into northern Mexico. Huge troops. The most troops that have ever invaded a country. And use it as an excuse to take control of the situation and end free trade with Mexico.

    • Replies: @James Speaks

    If I were Trump, the first time he encouraged that again after being elected, I would claim it as a declaration of war and send massive troops to the border and into northern Mexico. Huge troops. The most troops that have ever invaded a country. And use it as an excuse to take control of the situation and end free trade with Mexico.
     
    There are millions of Syrian refugees in Europe. Arm them, and send them to Mexico. They wiped ISIS off the map, probably would have a field day with Aztecs.
  62. Are you joking, or are you that stupid to consider such a plan?

    He’s that stupid.

  63. Is Cindy McCain being prepped to take over her husbands’ Senate seat when he dies?

  64. @Svigor
    So, that settles the question of whether McCain's entire family is as hyper-annoying as he is (we already have ample evidence that Megan is every bit as obnoxiously and sanctimoniously RINO as her father).

    So, that settles the question of whether McCain’s entire family is as hyper-annoying as he is (we already have ample evidence that Megan is every bit as obnoxiously and sanctimoniously RINO as her father).

    As RINO “public intellectuals” go, Meghan McCain……………has very large breasts.

    • Replies: @Gemjunior
    I know right! Blonde, bimmy, and buxom, put there deliberately to get people’s minds off he truth - which is that these news commentator twits are lying to us all the time and spinning everything. So tiresome.
    , @Svigor
    If you're into Megan McCain, Eliza Taylor and Sally Struthers might do it for you, too.
  65. OT, Netflix comms boss fired for using “N word” in the context of listing words we should be sensitive about in a sensitivity meeting.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/amp/technology-44585072

    Also:

    • Replies: @Anonymous

    The second incident, which I only heard about this week, was a few days after the first incident; this time Jonathan said the N-word again to two of our Black employees in HR who were trying to help him deal with the original offense.
     
    Sounds like Curb Your Enthusiasm.
    , @El Dato
    He probably looked them in the eye for more than 5 seconds, too.
    , @Anonymous
    And frankly this sketch is antisemitic.
    , @MEH 0910
    https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/jonathan-friedland-exits-netflix-1122675

    Here's the full memo Hastings sent out to Netflix employees about Friedland's firing.

    All:

    I’ve made a decision to let go of Jonathan Friedland. Jonathan contributed greatly in many areas, but his descriptive use of the N-word on at least two occasions at work showed unacceptably low racial awareness and sensitivity, and is not in line with our values as a company.

    The first incident was several months ago in a PR meeting about sensitive words. Several people afterwards told him how inappropriate and hurtful his use of the N-word was, and Jonathan apologised to those that had been in the meeting. We hoped this was an awful anomaly never to be repeated.

    Three months later he spoke to a meeting of our Black Employees @ Netflix group and did not bring it up, which was understood by many in the meeting to mean he didn’t care and didn’t accept accountability for his words.

    The second incident, which I only heard about this week, was a few days after the first incident; this time Jonathan said the N-word again to two of our Black employees in HR who were trying to help him deal with the original offense. The second incident confirmed a deep lack of understanding, and convinced me to let Jonathan go now.

     

    As I reflect on this, at this first incident, I should have done more to use it as a learning moment for everyone at Netflix about how painful and ugly that word is, and that it should not be used. I realize that my privilege has made me intellectualize or otherwise minimize race issues like this. I need to set a better example by learning and listening more so I can be the leader we need.

    Depending on where you live or grew up in the world, understanding and sensitivities around the history and use of the N-word can vary. Debate on the use of the word is active around the world (example) as the use of it in popular media like music and film have created some confusion as to whether or not there is ever a time when the use of the N-word is acceptable. For non-Black people, the word should not be spoken as there is almost no context in which it is appropriate or constructive (even when singing a song or reading a script). There is not a way to neutralize the emotion and history behind the word in any context. The use of the phrase “N-word” was created as a euphemism, and the norm, with the intention of providing an acceptable replacement and moving people away from using the specific word. When a person violates this norm, it creates resentment, intense frustration, and great offense for many. Our show Dear White People covers some of this ground.

    Going forward, we are going to find ways to educate and help our employees broadly understand the many difficult ways that race, nationality, gender identity and privilege play out in society and our organization. We seek to be great at inclusion, across many dimensions, and these incidents show we are uneven at best. We have already started to engage outside experts to help us learn faster.

    Jonathan has been a great contributor and he built a diverse global team creating awareness for Netflix, strengthening our reputation around the world, and helping make us into the successful company we are today. Many of us have worked closely with Jonathan for a long time, and have mixed emotions. Unfortunately, his lack of judgment in this area was too big for him to remain. We care deeply about our employees feeling safe and supported at Netflix.

    Much of this information will be in the press shortly. But any detail not in the press is confidential to employees.

    -Reed

     
    , @tyrone
    woe is me ,I am undone ,for I am a man of unclean lips…… the bible has got it all folks.
  66. Oh so now we are calling them “The Mexica?” Is this a new, cosmopolitan, academic thing, because I’m just a dumbass conservative old-fashioned republican, a convert from liberalism a few years ago (unavoidable – I grew up in NYC in the 70’s and 80’s (is there an apostrophe?) when you could speak to one another without ducking, bobbing, weaving and apologizing while screaming Mea Culpa!! (Beating breast) loudly at every minority who walks past you. Perhaps I am an ignoramus for not having already known that The Mexica is kind of, well, just better. Like when libbytards say “This is my truth” because we all have one. There can’t be just one! I won’t hear of it. Perhaps it is something only libs are privy to, like Newspeak. You know, like calling American Indians, otherwise formerly known as Indians, “Native Americans.” Only stupid rubes from flyover country use the I-word. You can also use First Nations or Aboriginal people, but libs prefer the term “N.A.’s”. LOL! And all the American Indians I have ever known like to be known as Indians! Indian Bodies!! Ah! Ah!

    • Replies: @Random Smartaleck
    It's the latest attempt by very white mestizos to pretend to be more Native. Sort of like naming your daughter Xochitl instead of Maria.
  67. Anonymous[151] • Disclaimer says:
    @Tyrion 2
    OT, Netflix comms boss fired for using "N word" in the context of listing words we should be sensitive about in a sensitivity meeting.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/amp/technology-44585072

    Also:

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

    The second incident, which I only heard about this week, was a few days after the first incident; this time Jonathan said the N-word again to two of our Black employees in HR who were trying to help him deal with the original offense.

    Sounds like Curb Your Enthusiasm.

    • LOL: sayless
    • Replies: @sayless
    ! two of our Black employees in HR who were trying to help him !

    Well then why didn't they cover for him? Instead of narcking on him?
  68. @Anonymous
    We used to get the best immigrants from Mexico. Like Mario José Henríquez (Nobel Laureate in Chemistry) and Albert Vinicio Báez (folk singer Joan’s dad and an MIT physicist who did pioneering work in x-ray microscopy). Nowadays we have the bottom-of-the-barrel ones who are assisted in coming by the Mexican government (to improve Mexico) and assisted in staying by self-loathing white SJWs and the those plotting to destroy Western civilization.
  69. @istevefan

    It wasn’t until the goal posts were moved starting in 1965 thanks to the brothers Kennedy,
     
    Give credit where credit is due. Emanuel Celler wrote the bill which was the culmination of almost 40 years of his congressional career. He introduced it into the House, Phil Hart introduced it into the Senate, and LBJ signed it into law.

    Teddy Kennedy was a first term senator who has become the safe guy to blame by Ann Coulter and Rush Limbaugh.

    Yes! You’re right. And Coulter never seems to get that Kennedy was just goyim window dressing, at a time in our country when the Kennedy’s held clout. The Kennedys were and still are – God knows why they still are – totally overexposed to the point of being actually annoying. IMHO. I mean, isn’t their time up already? I know I’m tired of their liberal stupidity. Coulter is someone who writes good books though. I’m not totally fond of all her stuff but I admire her willingness to speak her mind when most people just go along to get along. The Hart-Cellar Act was one of the worst things in American history, and that’s a fact.

    • Replies: @JohnnyWalker123
    The Kennedys have always coasted on their looks.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rWHuT1LA9vw
  70. @Mr. Anon

    So, that settles the question of whether McCain’s entire family is as hyper-annoying as he is (we already have ample evidence that Megan is every bit as obnoxiously and sanctimoniously RINO as her father).
     
    As RINO "public intellectuals" go, Meghan McCain...............has very large breasts.

    I know right! Blonde, bimmy, and buxom, put there deliberately to get people’s minds off he truth – which is that these news commentator twits are lying to us all the time and spinning everything. So tiresome.

  71. @enemy of earth
    I was in a Walmart shopping with the Missus back in Illinois when an old geezer got annoyed because we apparently were in his way. As he passed he muttered, "Foreigners" under his breath but loud enough for me to hear. I got in his face and said, "My ancestors were building great cities on this continent while your ancestors were still swinging from trees in Europe." His horrified wife grabbed his arm and pulled him away while my equally horrified wife told me that I was being incredibly rude.

    I was quite pleased with myself. Of course I was/am aware of the awful practice and scale of human sacrifice before this continent was "civilized." But now I'm thinking maybe I owe that guy an apology.

    On second thought, I don't think so.

    “My ancestors were building great cities on this continent while your ancestors were still swinging from trees in Europe.”

    “Swinging from trees in Europe” sounds like a suspicious euphemism for the Holocaust. Or for Swedish Incursions during the 3o-years war.

    philosoraptor.jpg

  72. @Anonymous
    Actually, looking at some of the gruesome - and downright bizarre - spectacles involving severed human heads and drug gangs in contemporary Mexico, one wonders if this very deep and ingrained atavism ever left the Mexican psyche.

    “Actually, looking at some of the gruesome – and downright bizarre – spectacles involving severed human heads and drug gangs in contemporary Mexico, one wonders if this very deep and ingrained atavism ever left the Mexican psyche.”

    Good observation. My take too. I’ve pored over Mayan art, spent a fair amount of time in Mexico and have come to just the conclusion you draw. It’s there, under the surface. You can hear it in the raucous noise coming from those godawful bars that are open till 4 a.m. in any major Mexican city. Worst music in the world. They love dissonance. Loud dissonance.

    • Replies: @El Dato
    Who wouldn't spend the evening at the "Titty Twister"?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iBzrRCGn-Ko
    , @Anonymous
    Also:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2666
    http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Literature/TwentySixSixtySix

    > A post-Y2K new-weird novel about (real unsolved serial) murders in Mexico
    > Receives A+ reviews from the usual progressive outlets, even Oprah
    > Of course it does

    (I haven't read it yet as I opted for House of Leaves instead. Which practically destroyed me, it's a book that is about family shit and connects too much.)
    , @Antlitz Grollheim
    And even the more "positive" aspects of a culture, like romance or friendship, are ridiculously performative and buffoonish. When I worked on a landscaping crew, I thought the guys were yanking my chain with their melodrama, but after a while, I realized that was the tenor of Mexican culture. As they put it, "the pride of a Spaniard, the stubbornness of an Indio."
  73. @Tyrion 2
    OT, Netflix comms boss fired for using "N word" in the context of listing words we should be sensitive about in a sensitivity meeting.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/amp/technology-44585072

    Also:

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

    He probably looked them in the eye for more than 5 seconds, too.

  74. @JohnnyWalker123
    Have any of you guys seen Apolacypto? The movie was directed by Mel Gibson and released in 2006. The movie is set in pre-Euro Mayan era of Mexico. It's very brutal, but I liked it.

    Here's the trailer. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ngWBddVNVZs

    Here's the part where they conduct a human sacrifice. Warning NSFW. Watch from 1:30-2:50

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aG8WqEyXIyc

    It seems like the pre-Euro Central&South Americans were very fascinated by torture, blood sacrifices, death, pain, religious rituals, superstitions, spirits, jungle animals, hunting, war, and astronomy. They were basically a very advanced form of hunter-gatherer.

    If you look at Central&South Americans even today (especially if you look in areas with substanial "Indio" ancestry), you'll see remnants of that culture. It's often reflected in their movies/tv, tattoos (often of skulls), Halloween celebrations ("dio de los muertos"), and even their religious practices. The way they practice their Catholicism places emphasis on the torture of Jesus Christ, his pain, and blood sacrifice he made for humanity. Their Catholicism also is very infused with all type of pre-Euro traditions, often of a very macabre nature.

    See this video about Santa Muerte, which mixes Catholicism and death worship. This fascinating news story is worth watching.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ILKnScNCJ-Y

    Steve even blogged about this.

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/nyt-santa-muerte-tattoos-making-white/

    http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2014/us/the-way-north.html?hp&_r=0#p/9

    It seems like the pre-Euro Central&South Americans were very fascinated by torture, blood sacrifices, death, pain, religious rituals, superstitions, spirits, jungle animals, hunting, war, and astronomy.

    I think practically everybody is, this list of “basics” sounds very celtic, too.

    It’s just a question of how much you are occupied with other things or how well the raging thought animals are stashed behind the flowery curtain of public life that makes a difference.

    This is why more STEM is wholesome.

    • Replies: @Antlitz Grollheim
    "He who can transmute the baser impulses into fragrant expressions is truly a master of life"

    I think Benedetto Croce said that
  75. @Anon
    Are we to assume that Mexicans and other brownies hate their own kind and prefer to be with gringos? Where is the pride? Why do they want to be separated from their own kin?

    And are Mexicans and brownies to derelict in their duties that they can't even take care of their own kids? They ask America to take care of their kids.... while working as nannies for kids of rich white folks?

    'Gringo, please take care of my kids while I take care of your kids.'

    ???

    most mexicans are half white.

  76. Steve, this is beneath you. Ancient religious violence as the template for drug- related crimes …

    Ludicrous.

    • Replies: @Anon
    It's the white elites who are now sacrificing their own peoples. Look at Merkel. Look at Spain taking in more Africans.

    Also, the West sacrifices any nation for the interests of Zion.

    Look at the state of Yemen. Because its rebels are allied with Iran, the whole nation must be destroyed.

    Mexico is a vile combo of Conquistador mentality and Aztec nihilism.
    The combo of both strains can be seen in the:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Santa_Muerte
    , @Lars Porsena
    I don't think it is ludicrous. You say "ancient" but in European context, ancient usually refers to greco-roman. Pre-greco-roman cultures (that acted kind of like this) you're talking 800-2100 years ago (depending on where, and I'm talking outside of greco-rome where these cultures developed 2700-3200 years ago). This particular ancient culture did not practice human sacrifice or ritualistic cannibalism and such, and it began supplanting the other ancient cultures that did 2100 years ago in much of Europe (pre-Christian even, because Greco-Roman paganism did not really do this either, although Christian philosophy changed the culture and values even more). Where it began 2100 years ago it was mostly finished by 1000 years ago but took some time. Meanwhile on the fringes of that culture in places like the Baltic sea and Scandinavia and Germany, where Odinists would still tear organs out of live people and hang them from the trees and call it pleasing to the gods, it was only beginning to drive out the old pagan/non-romanized pagan values of that type 800-1000 years ago and had a good bit of cultural momentum in neighboring areas to power that.

    Now cross the ocean, and in the context of the Americas the 'ancient' you are using is only pre-Columbian. It only began 400-500 years ago and is also a slow process to seep through everywhere.

    And you can see, for instance in the spread of Christianity and it's associated values, that it does absorb a lot of what came before it. I've heard many people say the version of Christianity that the Chinese practice is quite distinct from where they got it. In Europe, what once was a moon-calendar religion in the mid-east became a sun-calendar religion in the west, and numerous other quirks. Even still today in English, which was one of the places mostly converted by 1000 years ago, and a place where the dominant language was completely changed at least 3 times, the words Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday still noticeably descend from Tyr's Day, Woden's Day, Thor's Day, and Frigg's Day, (Saturday is Romantic pagan, followed by Sun and Moon day). It doesn't mean much today, but the people who came up with those names thought it was funny and cool to tie you to a tree, crack open your ribcage, remove your lungs, and then point and laugh at you while you gurgle and suffocate to death and leave your corpse dangling. "Hanging from trees" has an old pedigree in Europe. Woden became a god by sacrificing himself to himself, stabbing himself with a spear and hanging from Yggdrasil for 9 days. I wonder if any african americans might think any Old Gods pagan inspirations still linger under the surface of Euro culture? Were african or asian cultures ever as predominately associated with hanging people from trees? I would guess desert cultures never were. Supposedly early Christians used the symbol of the fish but at some point they started preferring the symbol of the piece of dead tree from which the Christ was hung for 3 days (in Roman non-religious punitive justice style). Was their as much piking in Europe before then as there was after? I have no idea. The allure of hanging has held on, perhaps, but the organ ripping, which was not as central, not so much, and no real record or memory of cannibalism to begin with.

    There is also a lot of burning people in Euro history which seems to have been important to the Celtics.

    As numerous other comments have pointed out, certain heavy central-american pagan flavor elements have remained in central-american cultures and found their way into their catholicism. And in some ways they are not as far removed. It's not like your average Mexican is into these things, but among certain types the organ ripping seems still pretty common really. And even though it's not really religiously motivated, it's indicative in those individuals of the same sort of value system and world view and symbolic cultural practices those ancient priests actually practiced. For a Dan Brown conspiratorial angle, they may even be direct lineage, who knows. But for a practitioner, it is always tempting to gravitate toward a theology/philosophy that justifies and validates how they are already behaving as the right way, which is what those priests religion was anyway.

    It really does have to do with Who We Are, these ancient histories is what made us who we really are.
  77. The connection between Aztec religious rituals and modern gang cults is strained at best, not least because your average mestizo narco probably leans more to the Spaniard and generally European side of the gene pool than the Aztec one. It’s not El Salvador or Peru where the rural hick serfs are overwhelmingly indio.

    One of the reasons Cortes won despite being vastly outnumbered in a strange land was his clever co-option of the tribes the Aztecs ritually brutalized. But had they known what was to come under the Spaniards…

    • Replies: @Clyde

    The connection between Aztec religious rituals and modern gang cults is strained at best, not least because your average mestizo narco probably leans more to the Spaniard and generally European side of the gene pool than the Aztec one.
     
    You must be joking. Everyone else here sees the connection. The Azteca blood lust has worked its way into Mexican drug cartel behavior no matter what percent Indio blood the Narcotrafficantes have have. I have read too many accounts of their killings. And one 616 page fiction book based on it. >>>>> https://tinyurl.com/yd6cuyh4
    Yes, at the top these cartels are owned and run by Mexicans who are Spanish. But their underlings and killers are Mestizo, Spanish etc.
    , @Bernardo Pizzaro Cortez Del Castro
    The Spanish colonizers certainly treated the Indigenous better than the Aztecs.
    , @Svigor
    Genetics doesn't seem like a "strained" connection to me.
    , @Mr. Anon

    The connection between Aztec religious rituals and modern gang cults is strained at best, not least because your average mestizo narco probably leans more to the Spaniard and generally European side of the gene pool than the Aztec one. It’s not El Salvador or Peru where the rural hick serfs are overwhelmingly indio.
     
    MS-13 is from El Salvador. And have you seen pictures of them? They look like extras from Apocalypto.
  78. @ThreeCranes
    "Actually, looking at some of the gruesome – and downright bizarre – spectacles involving severed human heads and drug gangs in contemporary Mexico, one wonders if this very deep and ingrained atavism ever left the Mexican psyche."

    Good observation. My take too. I've pored over Mayan art, spent a fair amount of time in Mexico and have come to just the conclusion you draw. It's there, under the surface. You can hear it in the raucous noise coming from those godawful bars that are open till 4 a.m. in any major Mexican city. Worst music in the world. They love dissonance. Loud dissonance.

    Who wouldn’t spend the evening at the “Titty Twister”?

  79. @newrouter
    We are the world....

    Mexico’s Next President Tells Country: They “must leave their towns and find a life in the United States”…

    https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2018/06/22/mexicos-next-president-tells-country-they-must-leave-their-towns-and-find-a-life-in-the-united-states/

    All of a sudden, Mitch McConnell and the whole Chamber of Commerce have a strange, tingly feeling in their pants that they haven’t felt in many decades…

    It’s less shocking to me than it should be, perhaps. Guys like Kaus and Huntington have made pretty explicitly clear that the Mexican public genuinely doesn’t think the US has the right to limit immigration (their views on Mexico’s right to restrict immigration of Central Americans, needless to say, is rather different), and have rather… questionable views on the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, to say the least. But there’s nothing to be done, really: even if illegal immigration were to be shut down tomorrow and all illegals were to magically disappear, we’ve got tens of millions of citizens of Mexican descent. The only way to win the game is to assimilate them into American culture. The plutocrats in DC and Mexico City who have dominated public life since 1992 + their SJW pansies have a vested interest in seeing that not happen. The New Right shouldn’t help them.

    • Replies: @Prester John
    The only way to assimilate them--and I happen to agree that assimilation is the only realistic solution--would be to suspend immigration completely. And for at least a generation's time. I had conversation with a colleague of mine back in the mid to late 90s during which I told him that we had to pull up the gangplank so as to allow the current crop of immigrants to "merge" with the existing society to the fullest extent possible and that a generation would have to pass before we could even begin to consider more mass immigration. This never happened. Starting in the present century, the rate of immigration increased. What we are seeing now ought not to come as any surprise to anyone with a brain. Chaos and societal instability were only a natural by-product of unbridled immigration so that we have now reached a point in our history where no one seems to know what to do about a problem that could have--indeed SHOULD have--been addressed thirty years ago.
  80. @newrouter
    We are the world....

    Mexico’s Next President Tells Country: They “must leave their towns and find a life in the United States”…

    https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2018/06/22/mexicos-next-president-tells-country-they-must-leave-their-towns-and-find-a-life-in-the-united-states/

    Mexico’s Next President Tells Country: They “must leave their towns and find a life in the United States”…

    Donald Trump should tweet this out a few times a week. Similar statements too, by Mexico’s next El Presidente.

  81. Anonymous[777] • Disclaimer says:
    @ThreeCranes
    "Actually, looking at some of the gruesome – and downright bizarre – spectacles involving severed human heads and drug gangs in contemporary Mexico, one wonders if this very deep and ingrained atavism ever left the Mexican psyche."

    Good observation. My take too. I've pored over Mayan art, spent a fair amount of time in Mexico and have come to just the conclusion you draw. It's there, under the surface. You can hear it in the raucous noise coming from those godawful bars that are open till 4 a.m. in any major Mexican city. Worst music in the world. They love dissonance. Loud dissonance.

    Also:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2666

    http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Literature/TwentySixSixtySix

    > A post-Y2K new-weird novel about (real unsolved serial) murders in Mexico
    > Receives A+ reviews from the usual progressive outlets, even Oprah
    > Of course it does

    (I haven’t read it yet as I opted for House of Leaves instead. Which practically destroyed me, it’s a book that is about family shit and connects too much.)

  82. Dear Esteemed Honorable Mr. Grim Reaper,

    Re: John (Juan) McCain.

    Mr. Reaper: Faster please.

    Post Scriptum: No, this is not from Michael Ledeen, and McCains wife is hooked on painkillers (hint). T.Y.

  83. @nebulafox
    The connection between Aztec religious rituals and modern gang cults is strained at best, not least because your average mestizo narco probably leans more to the Spaniard and generally European side of the gene pool than the Aztec one. It's not El Salvador or Peru where the rural hick serfs are overwhelmingly indio.

    One of the reasons Cortes won despite being vastly outnumbered in a strange land was his clever co-option of the tribes the Aztecs ritually brutalized. But had they known what was to come under the Spaniards...

    The connection between Aztec religious rituals and modern gang cults is strained at best, not least because your average mestizo narco probably leans more to the Spaniard and generally European side of the gene pool than the Aztec one.

    You must be joking. Everyone else here sees the connection. The Azteca blood lust has worked its way into Mexican drug cartel behavior no matter what percent Indio blood the Narcotrafficantes have have. I have read too many accounts of their killings. And one 616 page fiction book based on it. >>>>> https://tinyurl.com/yd6cuyh4
    Yes, at the top these cartels are owned and run by Mexicans who are Spanish. But their underlings and killers are Mestizo, Spanish etc.

  84. Navy draws up plans for ‘austere’ tent cities for 120,000 immigrants arrested at the border including giant city of 47,000 at California’s Camp Pendleton
    Navy plans call for massive tent cities to accommodate immigrants
    President Trump reversed his family separation policy this week
    Parents now are to be held with their children when possible
    Current court order limits incarceration of minors to 20 days
    Military would build cities of 25,000 each in Alabama
    Alabama is home to Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who pushed ‘zero tolerance’
    Migrants also could be housed near Yuma, Ariz.
    $233 million to build and run a 25,000 person facility for six-months

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5876089/Navy-draws-plans-austere-tent-cities-120-000-immigrants.html#comments

  85. Anonymous[777] • Disclaimer says:
    @Tyrion 2
    OT, Netflix comms boss fired for using "N word" in the context of listing words we should be sensitive about in a sensitivity meeting.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/amp/technology-44585072

    Also:

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

    And frankly this sketch is antisemitic.

  86. @Anonymous
    Actually, looking at some of the gruesome - and downright bizarre - spectacles involving severed human heads and drug gangs in contemporary Mexico, one wonders if this very deep and ingrained atavism ever left the Mexican psyche.

    Actually, looking at some of the gruesome – and downright bizarre – spectacles involving severed human heads and drug gangs in contemporary Mexico, one wonders if this very deep and ingrained atavism ever left the Mexican psyche.

    I don’t wonder at all. This is kind of the most simplified and universally explanatory red pill: X are what they are — peoples are what they are, genders are what they are.

    Mexicans are what they are.

    • Replies: @Mr. Anon

    I don’t wonder at all. This is kind of the most simplified and universally explanatory red pill: X are what they are — peoples are what they are, genders are what they are.

    Mexicans are what they are.
     
    Aye. It is not the country that makes the people. It is the people that makes the country.
    , @Anonym
    I see what they are and agree with you. But it is natural to Europomorphise if you have no experience of the other, and especially if your education has been formed by PC.

    But there may also be a natural tendency. For example, art by other peoples. You might think that the way they depict humans is stylised, when they were merely depicting what their own people looked like, in general.
  87. @AndrewR
    Would Johnny just croak already so we can stop hearing from these people?

    Until last year I was worried that he would live as long as his 106 year old mother, but I think we're safe.

    The Gov is just going to appoint his wife to the Senate when he does.

  88. @Anonymous
    We used to get the best immigrants from Mexico. Like Mario José Henríquez (Nobel Laureate in Chemistry) and Albert Vinicio Báez (folk singer Joan’s dad and an MIT physicist who did pioneering work in x-ray microscopy). Nowadays we have the bottom-of-the-barrel ones who are assisted in coming by the Mexican government (to improve Mexico) and assisted in staying by self-loathing white SJWs and the those plotting to destroy Western civilization.

    Mejico is off-loading what amounts to a redundant population to other countries–in this case the US of A. This is reminiscent of what Castro’s Kooba did with the Marielitas back in the late 70s (he couldn’t wait to get rid of them). And, for that matter, what the Brits did in the 18th and 19th centuries (Australia for example was originally a penal colony populated primarily by Irish). The question for the US is–what do we do with OUR ne’er-do-wells?

  89. @Malcolm X-Lax
    Diaz also described how the old Aztec ladies would feast on the brains of the sacrifice victims! The anthropologist Marvin Harris theorized that the reason the Aztecs were so blood hungry and cannibalistic was that they had few other protein sources available to them. Controversial theory but interesting, nonetheless.

    The anthropologist Marvin Harris theorized that the reason the Aztecs were so blood hungry and cannibalistic was that they had few other protein sources available to them.

    Seems to me the Aztec masses were weakened on a mostly vegetarian diet. That the upper classes (as usual) and warriors (by necessity) got a decent supply of animal protein.

  90. @nebulafox
    All of a sudden, Mitch McConnell and the whole Chamber of Commerce have a strange, tingly feeling in their pants that they haven't felt in many decades...

    It's less shocking to me than it should be, perhaps. Guys like Kaus and Huntington have made pretty explicitly clear that the Mexican public genuinely doesn't think the US has the right to limit immigration (their views on Mexico's right to restrict immigration of Central Americans, needless to say, is rather different), and have rather... questionable views on the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, to say the least. But there's nothing to be done, really: even if illegal immigration were to be shut down tomorrow and all illegals were to magically disappear, we've got tens of millions of citizens of Mexican descent. The only way to win the game is to assimilate them into American culture. The plutocrats in DC and Mexico City who have dominated public life since 1992 + their SJW pansies have a vested interest in seeing that not happen. The New Right shouldn't help them.

    The only way to assimilate them–and I happen to agree that assimilation is the only realistic solution–would be to suspend immigration completely. And for at least a generation’s time. I had conversation with a colleague of mine back in the mid to late 90s during which I told him that we had to pull up the gangplank so as to allow the current crop of immigrants to “merge” with the existing society to the fullest extent possible and that a generation would have to pass before we could even begin to consider more mass immigration. This never happened. Starting in the present century, the rate of immigration increased. What we are seeing now ought not to come as any surprise to anyone with a brain. Chaos and societal instability were only a natural by-product of unbridled immigration so that we have now reached a point in our history where no one seems to know what to do about a problem that could have–indeed SHOULD have–been addressed thirty years ago.

  91. I read that as “the plague at the base of the Statue of Liberty”

    Not far wrong either.

    Take it down.

  92. @DumbMexica
    I also don’t want mass immigration either but for a self proclaimed “intellectual” you make some pretty stupid arguments and comparisons.

    This was the First major German with trial:

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

    Around 60,000 people killed. See the link below.

    https://qz.com/1183992/why-europe-was-overrun-by-witch-hunts-in-early-modern-history/


    You know because if you’re going to sacrifice people to your religion it’s much better to burn them in the efficient organized German manner than end up with a mountain of skulls like those backward mexica.

    You know because if you’re going to sacrifice people to your religion it’s much better to burn them in the efficient organized German manner

    tu quoque fallacy

    • Replies: @Dumbmex
    I believe steve’s argument originally was: There was massive human sacrifice by the mexica 500 plus years ago in what is now present day Mexico. We’re getting massive immigration from Mexico today, so is it a good idea to let in immigrants descended from these human sacrificing mexica? No, it is not. If we do then that’s the way our country will become, because the character of a country is determined by the character of its people. (This is not a fallacy of composition because it is a sound statement)

    I brought up the European practice of burning people alive to illustrate that just because a group of people engaged in reprehensible conduct 500 years ago it is not necessarily salient to their current practices or indication of their current way of being.

    The US and Brazil had slavery less than 200 years ago, and some Australians are descended from criminals. should they be banned from immigrating anywhere because of this past? No

    I think it is better to judge immigrants and people by their present day behavior and not the past.

    After I made my original comment Steve later added another article about a mass skull grave in present day Mexico. Now, that’s a more salient point as to the quality of the people coming now! (Yeah, Steve!)

    It is interesting to note though that the current narco violence began in the late 2000’s. Steve sailer will himself confirm Mexico was a much safer country to travel when he was a child. Perhaps Steve should apply his 120 iq to figuring out what changed as opposed to making poor arguments against mass illegal Mexican immigration.

    Another point, most of the Mexicans coming now are not descended from the mexica but other groups like mixtecos, zapotecos, and Afro-Mexicans. So the connection to the mexica is not even relevant. That’s like someone being prejudiced against Italians because the Belgians committed some atrocity 500 years ago.

    More to the point, I assume Steve Sailer wants a majority white country and prefers no Mexicans in the US regardless of how great they may be. That’s a perfectly fine thing to want and he shouldn’t waste his 1 1/3 sd iq making insincere arguments. He should simply say: look, I and most other whites just want to be around other whites and we don’t want any Mexicans in our country. So we will no longer allow Mexican immigration legal or illegal and we will move to repatriate US citizens of Mexican descent back to Mexico. I’d wager 12 months of mortgage payments that is Steve’s actual opinion. If it is, I’d like to have an honest discussion as to how Mexicans and whites can make this happen in a civil and peaceful manner.
  93. @Tiny Duck
    Any violence in Mexico or perpetrated by People of a Olof is a direct result of White supremacys legacy

    Leonard Pitts has wrote extensively on thus subject

    I take it you mean the family of this guy?

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olof_Palme

  94. @Anon
    Are we to assume that Mexicans and other brownies hate their own kind and prefer to be with gringos? Where is the pride? Why do they want to be separated from their own kin?

    And are Mexicans and brownies to derelict in their duties that they can't even take care of their own kids? They ask America to take care of their kids.... while working as nannies for kids of rich white folks?

    'Gringo, please take care of my kids while I take care of your kids.'

    ???

    Why do they want to be separated from their own kin?

    It starts to make more sense when you think of them, kids and all, as soldiers marching off to conquer new lands and capture treasure. Lots of nice stuff to had, north of the border, and it all seems to be up for grabs.

    We’re spending a billion a year to take care of the border “kids”. Thars gold! in them thar crying babies!

  95. @Chrisnonymous
    The soon to be new Mexican president is encouraging Mexicans to flood the border and settle in the US.

    If I were Trump, the first time he encouraged that again after being elected, I would claim it as a declaration of war and send massive troops to the border and into northern Mexico. Huge troops. The most troops that have ever invaded a country. And use it as an excuse to take control of the situation and end free trade with Mexico.

    If I were Trump, the first time he encouraged that again after being elected, I would claim it as a declaration of war and send massive troops to the border and into northern Mexico. Huge troops. The most troops that have ever invaded a country. And use it as an excuse to take control of the situation and end free trade with Mexico.

    There are millions of Syrian refugees in Europe. Arm them, and send them to Mexico. They wiped ISIS off the map, probably would have a field day with Aztecs.

  96. @Thomm
    I interpret that as an invitation to annex all of Mexico (like we should have done in 1849). If all those people are to come here, we should get more land (especially all that good-weather land).

    I mean, he's begging for it. We could save millions of Mexicans the trouble, and just annex the entire country with all its land, coastlines, and natural resources. Then we only have to fortify a small border with Guatemala, which the Mexicans can be drafted to do.

    Contrary to what most here believe, I’m not convinced that would have been a terrible idea. We could have taken the Baja Peninsula and all of the country north of the Valley of Mexico (where then as now, the bulk of Mexico’s population lives). That would have made for a much more defensible border, and then what remained of the Mexican population north of that border (which would probably be less Indian than those living to the south) could have been assimilated, and would probably speak English today.

    • Replies: @Thomm
    You are correct. My thoughts exactly.

    Fast forward to today's situation, their underclass is already here. We wouldn't be worse off at all if we annexed the whole country.

    The drug lords would leave as they could not operate within what is now the USA.

    We could send US blacks down to Chiapas and Guadalajara. They can block out the Central Americans from coming in.

    We gain tons of coastline, natural resources, and good-weather locations.

    We have a MUCH smaller and more defensible border.

    The combined country would be about 35% Hispanic, but it is blacks that would be shrunk down to under 10% and dispersed across a larger area. Spanish language would become somewhat more important, but 2nd-gen Mexican Americans have good English anyway.

    Ron Unz would support this plan too.
    , @Old Palo Altan
    You are forgetting one thing: religion.

    The real Americans were already worried about the Catholics from Ireland pouring in to Boston and New York.
    They were less than enamoured by the thought of a few million more being added to their number from a remnant of Catholic and deeply reactionary Spain, a subject they knew quite a bit about (or thought they did) thanks to the earlier of the histories of Spain and South America written by William H. Prescott.
  97. @nebulafox
    The connection between Aztec religious rituals and modern gang cults is strained at best, not least because your average mestizo narco probably leans more to the Spaniard and generally European side of the gene pool than the Aztec one. It's not El Salvador or Peru where the rural hick serfs are overwhelmingly indio.

    One of the reasons Cortes won despite being vastly outnumbered in a strange land was his clever co-option of the tribes the Aztecs ritually brutalized. But had they known what was to come under the Spaniards...

    The Spanish colonizers certainly treated the Indigenous better than the Aztecs.

  98. Anonymous[413] • Disclaimer says:
    @DumbMexica
    I also don’t want mass immigration either but for a self proclaimed “intellectual” you make some pretty stupid arguments and comparisons.

    This was the First major German with trial:

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

    Around 60,000 people killed. See the link below.

    https://qz.com/1183992/why-europe-was-overrun-by-witch-hunts-in-early-modern-history/


    You know because if you’re going to sacrifice people to your religion it’s much better to burn them in the efficient organized German manner than end up with a mountain of skulls like those backward mexica.

    It was the witches who were ‘sacrificing people to their religion’ and who are the European kindred of these Aztec priests. The Christian position on both groups is consistent.

    • Replies: @Svigor

    It was the witches who were ‘sacrificing people to their religion’ and who are the European kindred of these Aztec priests. The Christian position on both groups is consistent.
     
    I take your point, but there's scale to consider. Carthage shows signs of practicing child sacrifice on a scale to rival the Aztecs, but offhand I don't know of any European civilizations in the running.
  99. @Clifford Brown
    Note the Pizza Slices in this video.

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


    John McCain, "American Hero", married into an organized crime family.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jim_Hensley

    Cindy McCain's father was a mobster who took a fall for The Syndicate in exchange for a multi-million dollar Anheuser-Busch beer distributorship monopoly. This explains why the Media and other elements of the Establishment loved the "Maverick" John McCain. He has been bought and controlled his entire political career.

    This also explains McCain's strange subservience to certain foreign interests.

    Pizza aside, the dissipation and degeneracy of that video is astonishing. I have been unplugged from pop culture for a few years and have lost my callousness towrd such . Have not looked it up but i bet fiona apple did not end well or have a happy life subsequent to that video.

  100. @Tiny Duck
    Any violence in Mexico or perpetrated by People of a Olof is a direct result of White supremacys legacy

    Leonard Pitts has wrote extensively on thus subject

    Written after Tiny had finished off his third forty ounce Olde English Malt Liquor.

  101. @enemy of earth
    I was in a Walmart shopping with the Missus back in Illinois when an old geezer got annoyed because we apparently were in his way. As he passed he muttered, "Foreigners" under his breath but loud enough for me to hear. I got in his face and said, "My ancestors were building great cities on this continent while your ancestors were still swinging from trees in Europe." His horrified wife grabbed his arm and pulled him away while my equally horrified wife told me that I was being incredibly rude.

    I was quite pleased with myself. Of course I was/am aware of the awful practice and scale of human sacrifice before this continent was "civilized." But now I'm thinking maybe I owe that guy an apology.

    On second thought, I don't think so.

    Liar.

  102. Sorta on-topic, I just found out the other Wachowski came out as a tranny some time back. So now they’re the Wachowski sisters. I’m always the last to hear everything.

  103. @enemy of earth
    I was in a Walmart shopping with the Missus back in Illinois when an old geezer got annoyed because we apparently were in his way. As he passed he muttered, "Foreigners" under his breath but loud enough for me to hear. I got in his face and said, "My ancestors were building great cities on this continent while your ancestors were still swinging from trees in Europe." His horrified wife grabbed his arm and pulled him away while my equally horrified wife told me that I was being incredibly rude.

    I was quite pleased with myself. Of course I was/am aware of the awful practice and scale of human sacrifice before this continent was "civilized." But now I'm thinking maybe I owe that guy an apology.

    On second thought, I don't think so.

    Glad to hear there are a few unreconstructed White men left.

  104. @Chrisnonymous
    It is a shame that Trump lacks the ability to make a turn of phrase that Churchill had. If he didn't, he would be quoted by future historians.

    Churchill wasn’t re-elected, despite his ability to turn a phrase. I’ll be happy if Trump is re-elected, even if he’s a bit of a blunt instrument at times.

  105. @DumbMexica
    I also don’t want mass immigration either but for a self proclaimed “intellectual” you make some pretty stupid arguments and comparisons.

    This was the First major German with trial:

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

    Around 60,000 people killed. See the link below.

    https://qz.com/1183992/why-europe-was-overrun-by-witch-hunts-in-early-modern-history/


    You know because if you’re going to sacrifice people to your religion it’s much better to burn them in the efficient organized German manner than end up with a mountain of skulls like those backward mexica.

    Did Steve hit some kind of internet tripwire with this post? We usually don’t get two leftards in a row for first comments.

  106. @syonredux
    Fred Reed can call me a racist, but I prefer this

    http://i.huffpost.com/gen/1773051/thumbs/o-MICHELANGELOS-DAVID-facebook.jpg


    To this



    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/2/2c/Aztec_statue_of_Coatlicue,_the_earth_goddess.jpg

    Combine them and you get D&D.

  107. OT: Black communities mentally scarred when cops kill unarmed African-Americans – study

    One set of data came from a national telephone survey of more 950,000 adults between 2013 and 2015. Of those, more than 103,000 were African-American, and 38,993 of those had been “exposed” to one or more police killings in their state in the three months prior to the survey. Exposure was defined as word of mouth, news stories, and/or social media.

    The study results suggest that police killings of unarmed black people could contribute to 1.7 additional poor mental health days per person, per year. That amounts to 55 million additional poor mental health days annually for black adults in the US.

    However, the mental health impact occurred only in cases where black Americans were unarmed when they were killed. The same impact was not present when armed black people were killed by police.

    Not sure what to conclude.

    1) Black communities are mentally very unstable
    2) Sheldrake Morphogenetic Fields predominantly affect blacks
    3) Magic Dirt Theory needs to be revised to account for quantum effects
    4) Many blacks spend an inordinate amount of time getting into feedback loops on slogan platform, aka Twitter
    5) Black Neuroticism is real

  108. John McCain used the Ellis Island Crybaby Emo routine on me at a GOP presidential primary town hall in New Hampshire in 2007.

    I must once again revisit the unpleasant encounter I had with John McCain and his use of the Emma Lazarus poem as an argument to refute my town hall suggestion that mass immigration is destroying the United States.

    I told Senator McCain in 2007 that the mass immigration policies he strongly pushed were destroying the United States. McCain went immediately to the sappy sentimentality strategy and then ended his answer with a recitation of Emma Lazarus’s crappy poem.

    The video can be watched by way of this Tweet — (at minute 58:00):

    https://www.c-span.org/video/?201489-1/mccain-campaign-event

  109. @Thomm
    I interpret that as an invitation to annex all of Mexico (like we should have done in 1849). If all those people are to come here, we should get more land (especially all that good-weather land).

    I mean, he's begging for it. We could save millions of Mexicans the trouble, and just annex the entire country with all its land, coastlines, and natural resources. Then we only have to fortify a small border with Guatemala, which the Mexicans can be drafted to do.

    The ideal White Supremacist move would have been to drive all the non-Whites out of Mexico and Central America, down past Panama, and build a 100′ wall just south of where the Canal is today.

    White Supremacists were in far too short a supply to carry it out.

  110. @Mr. Anon

    So, that settles the question of whether McCain’s entire family is as hyper-annoying as he is (we already have ample evidence that Megan is every bit as obnoxiously and sanctimoniously RINO as her father).
     
    As RINO "public intellectuals" go, Meghan McCain...............has very large breasts.

    If you’re into Megan McCain, Eliza Taylor and Sally Struthers might do it for you, too.

  111. @nebulafox
    The connection between Aztec religious rituals and modern gang cults is strained at best, not least because your average mestizo narco probably leans more to the Spaniard and generally European side of the gene pool than the Aztec one. It's not El Salvador or Peru where the rural hick serfs are overwhelmingly indio.

    One of the reasons Cortes won despite being vastly outnumbered in a strange land was his clever co-option of the tribes the Aztecs ritually brutalized. But had they known what was to come under the Spaniards...

    Genetics doesn’t seem like a “strained” connection to me.

  112. I have greatly enjoyed reading the comments on my comments about Aztec human sacrifices in old Mexico. I was using the account of the incident in Walmart to highlight the folly of making an inference regarding someone’s nationality(as opposed to ethnicity) from appearance.

    The remark about “ancestors still swinging from trees” was a feeble attempt at insult inferring his forebears were monkeys. I understand evolutionary timelines but as a biblical christian I believe in special creation.

    My ethnic heritage notwithstanding, I am opposed to open borders and unchecked immigration. I base my opposition on the principles of private property and national sovereignty.

    I rarely react to public displays of ignorance, even ones directed at me. It’s simply not worth the effort and the perpetrators are usually beneath my contempt, time, and effort.

  113. Anon[225] • Disclaimer says:
    @syonredux

    but don’t forget this
     
    Gargoyles are uber-cool



    http://lh3.ggpht.com/_hVOW2U7K4-M/TJEVwc4gPUI/AAAAAAABWx0/VN-yKQCKVy4/s720/er6uhyrhy.jpg


    Mexica art is simply nauseating....

    Annually, slaves or captives were selected as sacrifices to Xipe Totec.[33] After having the heart cut out, the body was carefully flayed to produce a nearly whole skin which was then worn by the priests for twenty days during the fertility rituals that followed the sacrifice.[33] This act of putting on new skin was a ceremony called 'Neteotquiliztli' translating to "impersonation of a god".[34] The skins were often adorned with bright feathers and gold jewellery when worn.[35] During the festival, victorious warriors wearing flayed skins carried out mock skirmishes throughout Tenochtitlan, they passed through the city begging alms and blessed whoever gave them food or other offerings.[6] When the twenty-day festival was over, the flayed skins were removed and stored in special containers with tight-fitting lids designed to stop the stench of putrefaction from escaping. These containers were then stored in a chamber beneath the temple.[36]
     
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xipe_Totec#Human_sacrifice



    https://s3.amazonaws.com/classconnection/661/flashcards/5437661/jpg/picture6-149196F0BAD058EDADA.jpg



    http://classconnection.s3.amazonaws.com/726/flashcards/2683726/png/9-144D1728E9B422D29F6.png

    The Viking way

    https://www.toptenz.net/10-fascinating-facts-viking-funerals.php

    The Roman way

    https://www.biblicalarchaeology.org/daily/biblical-topics/crucifixion/roman-crucifixion-methods-reveal-the-history-of-crucifixion/

    Crazy world:

    http://www.historyrundown.com/10-most-cruel-execution-methods-of-all-time/

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scaphism

    And the West is now carrying out Mass Cuckrifice of the entire civilization. And it destroyed millions of Muslim lives to appease Zion. Albright said 500,000 dead Iraqi kids by starvation or torture were worth it.

    • Replies: @syonredux

    The Viking way
     
    In terms of horror and numbers, it doesn't come near the Mexica.

    The Roman way
     
    Which was in response to things like slave revolts......The Mexica, in contrast, did it on a ritual basis, year in, year out.....
  114. @BenKenobi
    You will never rack up a 1000 kill streak with sword and lance on horseback.

    Why even live?

    Because you’re going to do it with a plasma rifle and chainsword while riding a space shuttle.

    • Agree: BenKenobi
  115. @Anonymous
    As I have stated in another post, James K. Polk's singular act of greatness was not taking all of Mexico. The United States would have been Mexicanized before WW1.

    Pre-WWI Americans were a (relatively) serious people, so southern Mexico would’ve been Americanized same as northern Mexico.

    • Replies: @syonredux

    Pre-WWI Americans were a (relatively) serious people, so southern Mexico would’ve been Americanized same as northern Mexico.
     
    The USA Americanized Northern Mexico via demography. The conquered lands were thinly populated. We had the numbers; the Mexicans did not.

    Southern Mexico, in contrast, is far more populous.

    You can't turn Mestizo/Amerind Latinx into Anglo-Americans.

  116. Anon[225] • Disclaimer says:
    @Bardon Kaldian
    Steve, this is beneath you. Ancient religious violence as the template for drug- related crimes ...

    Ludicrous.

    It’s the white elites who are now sacrificing their own peoples. Look at Merkel. Look at Spain taking in more Africans.

    Also, the West sacrifices any nation for the interests of Zion.

    Look at the state of Yemen. Because its rebels are allied with Iran, the whole nation must be destroyed.

    Mexico is a vile combo of Conquistador mentality and Aztec nihilism.
    The combo of both strains can be seen in the:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Santa_Muerte

    • Replies: @ThreeCranes
    "Mexico is a vile combo of Conquistador mentality and Aztec nihilism."

    By God, that's searing indictment. Has the ring of truth too.
    , @BB753
    "Mexico is a vile combo of Conquistador mentality and Aztec nihilism."

    I agree with you but allow me to rephrase your sentence :

    Mexico is a vile combo of Baroque Spanish fatalistic mentality and Aztec nihilism and barbarism.
  117. Remember it was Cindy who brought a jet-black Bangladeshi Moose-limb girl into the McCain household in the 1990s- When her hubby John was just a congressman back in the ’80s he was less of a RINO… even voted against (gasp) punishing South Africa with sanctions for example. Me thinks his creeping mental mushiness (from his age) and wifey adopting the Bangladeshi caused him to go total cuck. The media adulations certainly helped him along too.

  118. @Anonym
    Apocalypto is a great movie.

    Apocalypto is a great movie.

    Too Mad Maxy or Mad Mexico(though Mayan than Aztec to be sure).

  119. @Malcolm X-Lax
    Diaz also described how the old Aztec ladies would feast on the brains of the sacrifice victims! The anthropologist Marvin Harris theorized that the reason the Aztecs were so blood hungry and cannibalistic was that they had few other protein sources available to them. Controversial theory but interesting, nonetheless.

    What! No beans?

  120. Anon[225] • Disclaimer says:
    @JohnnyWalker123
    Have any of you guys seen Apolacypto? The movie was directed by Mel Gibson and released in 2006. The movie is set in pre-Euro Mayan era of Mexico. It's very brutal, but I liked it.

    Here's the trailer. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ngWBddVNVZs

    Here's the part where they conduct a human sacrifice. Warning NSFW. Watch from 1:30-2:50

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aG8WqEyXIyc

    It seems like the pre-Euro Central&South Americans were very fascinated by torture, blood sacrifices, death, pain, religious rituals, superstitions, spirits, jungle animals, hunting, war, and astronomy. They were basically a very advanced form of hunter-gatherer.

    If you look at Central&South Americans even today (especially if you look in areas with substanial "Indio" ancestry), you'll see remnants of that culture. It's often reflected in their movies/tv, tattoos (often of skulls), Halloween celebrations ("dio de los muertos"), and even their religious practices. The way they practice their Catholicism places emphasis on the torture of Jesus Christ, his pain, and blood sacrifice he made for humanity. Their Catholicism also is very infused with all type of pre-Euro traditions, often of a very macabre nature.

    See this video about Santa Muerte, which mixes Catholicism and death worship. This fascinating news story is worth watching.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ILKnScNCJ-Y

    Steve even blogged about this.

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/nyt-santa-muerte-tattoos-making-white/

    http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2014/us/the-way-north.html?hp&_r=0#p/9

    Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia.

    I think Ancient Meso-Americans were cruel because too many of them were too nice. Nice people are passive and servile, easier to dominate and exploit by mean people. It’s like Japan. Land of passive and timid people. So, the mean people could lord over them with ruthlessness.

    Nice people don’t offer necessary push-back against mean people. They just cower and obey. They don’t have the Wyatt Earp thing to stand up to bad guys. So, paradoxically, a world of nice people can become even more horrible. Look at the effect of PC. It castrated whites into Niceness, and as a result, so many whites are afraid to stand up to globalist evils. Result is Cuckrifice of the West.

    Because too many Mesos were too nice and timid, they served any powerful lord who could maintain order. Because he ruled over servile idiots, he felt like a god. So, punks like Mayorga ruled over masses of overly nice toadies.

    Today, Soros and NYT act like this.

  121. @Tyrion 2
    OT, Netflix comms boss fired for using "N word" in the context of listing words we should be sensitive about in a sensitivity meeting.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/amp/technology-44585072

    Also:

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

    https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/jonathan-friedland-exits-netflix-1122675

    Here’s the full memo Hastings sent out to Netflix employees about Friedland’s firing.

    All:

    I’ve made a decision to let go of Jonathan Friedland. Jonathan contributed greatly in many areas, but his descriptive use of the N-word on at least two occasions at work showed unacceptably low racial awareness and sensitivity, and is not in line with our values as a company.

    The first incident was several months ago in a PR meeting about sensitive words. Several people afterwards told him how inappropriate and hurtful his use of the N-word was, and Jonathan apologised to those that had been in the meeting. We hoped this was an awful anomaly never to be repeated.

    Three months later he spoke to a meeting of our Black Employees @ Netflix group and did not bring it up, which was understood by many in the meeting to mean he didn’t care and didn’t accept accountability for his words.

    The second incident, which I only heard about this week, was a few days after the first incident; this time Jonathan said the N-word again to two of our Black employees in HR who were trying to help him deal with the original offense. The second incident confirmed a deep lack of understanding, and convinced me to let Jonathan go now.

    [MORE]

    As I reflect on this, at this first incident, I should have done more to use it as a learning moment for everyone at Netflix about how painful and ugly that word is, and that it should not be used. I realize that my privilege has made me intellectualize or otherwise minimize race issues like this. I need to set a better example by learning and listening more so I can be the leader we need.

    Depending on where you live or grew up in the world, understanding and sensitivities around the history and use of the N-word can vary. Debate on the use of the word is active around the world (example) as the use of it in popular media like music and film have created some confusion as to whether or not there is ever a time when the use of the N-word is acceptable. For non-Black people, the word should not be spoken as there is almost no context in which it is appropriate or constructive (even when singing a song or reading a script). There is not a way to neutralize the emotion and history behind the word in any context. The use of the phrase “N-word” was created as a euphemism, and the norm, with the intention of providing an acceptable replacement and moving people away from using the specific word. When a person violates this norm, it creates resentment, intense frustration, and great offense for many. Our show Dear White People covers some of this ground.

    Going forward, we are going to find ways to educate and help our employees broadly understand the many difficult ways that race, nationality, gender identity and privilege play out in society and our organization. We seek to be great at inclusion, across many dimensions, and these incidents show we are uneven at best. We have already started to engage outside experts to help us learn faster.

    Jonathan has been a great contributor and he built a diverse global team creating awareness for Netflix, strengthening our reputation around the world, and helping make us into the successful company we are today. Many of us have worked closely with Jonathan for a long time, and have mixed emotions. Unfortunately, his lack of judgment in this area was too big for him to remain. We care deeply about our employees feeling safe and supported at Netflix.

    Much of this information will be in the press shortly. But any detail not in the press is confidential to employees.

    -Reed

  122. Tweets from 2015:

    Tweet from 2014:

  123. More Memes from RT: We had a ‘poof’ & ‘no slave owners’: Monty Python’s Cleese slams BBC ‘too white & Oxbridge’ claim

    Actor John Cleese has defended the iconic comedy show Monty Python, calling it “remarkably diverse for its time.” The comments come as the BBC head of comedy said the show was “too white and Oxbridge” to be made today.

    Cleese lauded the merits of the show in a series of tweets in response to comments made by the controller of BBC comedy Mark Allen. Allen claimed that audiences were tired of the “metropolitan, educated experience” and craved sketch shows and sitcoms with a “sense of place” rather than “six Oxbridge white blokes.”

    Referring to Allen as the “head of social engineering,” Cleese defended the diversity credentials of Monty Python, joking that the show would meet the state-funded broadcaster’s diversity targets as it had a “poof” – referring to the late Graham Chapman – and “no slave owners.”

    I sense there will be a comedy series about the inside of Grooming Gangs and barely literate Charver Communities, with some Radical Mosque Goodness throw in.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    Thanks.
  124. @JohnnyD
    Speaking of drug cartels, Sicario 2 will be in theaters next week! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pymm6cmE9uQ

    Who’ll play the token chick…

  125. • Replies: @syonredux

    In case you were wondering, one-third (95 out of 289) of all American Nobel Prizes in the Sciences have been earned by Immigrants to the United States.
     
    Of course, the real question is:What percentage of that one-third were Latinx......
    , @ThreeCranes
    And those one third were operating within a legacy of support for research in institutions whose facilities were willingly paid for by the rest of us, we Americans.

    Left to their own devices, the immigrant's track record would have been much less impressive.
  126. @ThreeCranes
    "Actually, looking at some of the gruesome – and downright bizarre – spectacles involving severed human heads and drug gangs in contemporary Mexico, one wonders if this very deep and ingrained atavism ever left the Mexican psyche."

    Good observation. My take too. I've pored over Mayan art, spent a fair amount of time in Mexico and have come to just the conclusion you draw. It's there, under the surface. You can hear it in the raucous noise coming from those godawful bars that are open till 4 a.m. in any major Mexican city. Worst music in the world. They love dissonance. Loud dissonance.

    And even the more “positive” aspects of a culture, like romance or friendship, are ridiculously performative and buffoonish. When I worked on a landscaping crew, I thought the guys were yanking my chain with their melodrama, but after a while, I realized that was the tenor of Mexican culture. As they put it, “the pride of a Spaniard, the stubbornness of an Indio.”

  127. @El Dato

    It seems like the pre-Euro Central&South Americans were very fascinated by torture, blood sacrifices, death, pain, religious rituals, superstitions, spirits, jungle animals, hunting, war, and astronomy.
     
    I think practically everybody is, this list of "basics" sounds very celtic, too.

    It's just a question of how much you are occupied with other things or how well the raging thought animals are stashed behind the flowery curtain of public life that makes a difference.

    This is why more STEM is wholesome.

    “He who can transmute the baser impulses into fragrant expressions is truly a master of life”

    I think Benedetto Croce said that

  128. @enemy of earth
    I was in a Walmart shopping with the Missus back in Illinois when an old geezer got annoyed because we apparently were in his way. As he passed he muttered, "Foreigners" under his breath but loud enough for me to hear. I got in his face and said, "My ancestors were building great cities on this continent while your ancestors were still swinging from trees in Europe." His horrified wife grabbed his arm and pulled him away while my equally horrified wife told me that I was being incredibly rude.

    I was quite pleased with myself. Of course I was/am aware of the awful practice and scale of human sacrifice before this continent was "civilized." But now I'm thinking maybe I owe that guy an apology.

    On second thought, I don't think so.

    Lucky for you the caveman wasn’t CARRYING or maybe he was and just restrained himself ,take that as a lesson.

  129. @Tyrion 2
    OT, Netflix comms boss fired for using "N word" in the context of listing words we should be sensitive about in a sensitivity meeting.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/amp/technology-44585072

    Also:

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

    woe is me ,I am undone ,for I am a man of unclean lips…… the bible has got it all folks.

  130. @Buzz Mohawk
    https://twitter.com/TheRealBuzz/status/1009269456038703104

    In case you were wondering, one-third (95 out of 289) of all American Nobel Prizes in the Sciences have been earned by Immigrants to the United States.

    Of course, the real question is:What percentage of that one-third were Latinx……

    • Replies: @Buzz Mohawk
    Neil deGrasse Tyson is an affirmative action clown. When a moonwalker slaps him, even goofy Buzz Aldrin, I just have to stand and salute the slapper.
    , @Buzz Mohawk

    Of course, the real question is:What percentage of that one-third were Latinx……

     

    Probably zero. "Latinx" is virtually the same thing as "Native American," i.e. Indian or American Indian, so my buddy Buzz Aldrin's wisecrack is relevant to the whole issue from many funny perspectives.

    This cannot be re-stated enough, apparently, for the US public to grasp it: Latin American immigrants ARE Indians, "Native Americans." Their ruling class is Spanish, i.e. European, and is happy to let that underclass blow over here like steam whistling out of a pressure cooker.

  131. Word on the street is that the AZ governer is working with the McCain family to give John’s seat to Cindy upon the senior senator’s death. I don’t think the elite realize how close to the breaking point they are driving things. Just a powerful lack of awareness.

  132. @snorlax
    Pre-WWI Americans were a (relatively) serious people, so southern Mexico would've been Americanized same as northern Mexico.

    Pre-WWI Americans were a (relatively) serious people, so southern Mexico would’ve been Americanized same as northern Mexico.

    The USA Americanized Northern Mexico via demography. The conquered lands were thinly populated. We had the numbers; the Mexicans did not.

    Southern Mexico, in contrast, is far more populous.

    You can’t turn Mestizo/Amerind Latinx into Anglo-Americans.

  133. In 1795, the statue of Coatlicue pictured above thread was unearthed during restoration of the Cathedral of Mexico. Said statue had been used as rubble fill from the nearby Aztec temple which Cortez razed.

    The locals promptly started worshiping it. Priests reburied it promptly.

    In 1912 expeditions to the Yucatan for the Carnegie Foundation the leader heard from local Maya that there were still cities unknown to White men that worshiped in the old ways: human sacrifice.

    I would suggest that the Maya and Aztecs have not changed much at all.

    Related, Sarah Huckabee Sanders was thrown out of a restaurant, and there is a move afoot by Dems to charge Trump with “crimes” for separation of crying kids and have the FBI arrest and remove him from office. So we can have Open Borders forever and White men can be punished for existing even. Public opinion and voting does not matter — Cindy McCain will inherit her husband’s office because it is the McCain family Senate Seat the way MA has a Kennedy family Senate seat held by a placeholder until a Kennedy is mature enough to claim it as their rightful inheritance. You Deplorables you! Bow before your betters and nobility!

    Every Soccer Mom in America likely agrees. They like nothing more than aristocracy and crying kids means Open Borders. Look at Germany and that dead toddler. They’re now forever locked into Open Borders because aging cat ladies and their own Soccer Moms demanded it. White women are the natural and eternal enemy of the White man, everywhere.

    Here in California in LA I can drive miles along the 5 FWY and various streets and see only a few English language billboards. We also have Water Rationing starting 2020 — Jerry Brown signed into law last month two bills that require by 2020 only 55 gallons per household water use per day; anything over that and the Water District is fined 10,000 bucks a day and can pass that along to the user. That means one person gets a shower and a few toilet flushes per day. No washing of clothes (80 plus gallons) or washing dishes (90 gallons). That is the hard physical reality of half of Mexico here in California — in 1970 we had 20 million people and today well over 40 million if you count illegals likely 55 million. [I figure most White women will gladly live like a homeless person if they can stick it to their beta male cube dweller co-worker]

    Elites know they have White women in their pocket, not the least of which is the eternal White women resentment of White men for not being sexy and scary enough (they are the same). So the only question is how do White men survive in what amounts to an endless “Get the Gringo” movie by Mel Gibson?

  134. @Clifford Brown
    Note the Pizza Slices in this video.

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


    John McCain, "American Hero", married into an organized crime family.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jim_Hensley

    Cindy McCain's father was a mobster who took a fall for The Syndicate in exchange for a multi-million dollar Anheuser-Busch beer distributorship monopoly. This explains why the Media and other elements of the Establishment loved the "Maverick" John McCain. He has been bought and controlled his entire political career.

    This also explains McCain's strange subservience to certain foreign interests.

    Thanks, I didn’t know the background on Cindy McCain’s father. You have to laugh at how Wikipedia labels it “legal issues.”

  135. @Anonymous

    The second incident, which I only heard about this week, was a few days after the first incident; this time Jonathan said the N-word again to two of our Black employees in HR who were trying to help him deal with the original offense.
     
    Sounds like Curb Your Enthusiasm.

    ! two of our Black employees in HR who were trying to help him !

    Well then why didn’t they cover for him? Instead of narcking on him?

  136. mal says:

    John McCain is trying to get Cindy McCain appointed as his successor according to an article I read a couple of weeks ago. Despite missing about half the votes in the last senate session assuredly because of his health, he is steadfastly refusing to resign his seat so that the Arizona GOP honcho (Governor I think) who would get to name a successor for the rest of his term gets no chance to do that. John wants Cindy appointed so she can run for reelection, making her harder to beat and getting GOP-leadership campaign money. The guy in the position in Arizona to do this doesn’t want Cindy McCain in office supposedly. This is McCains last play in his political career.

  137. Just when you thought The New Yorker and Masha Gassen — er, Gessen — couldn’t get crazier, they tap into unknown reservoirs:

    https://www.newyorker.com/news/our-columnists/trumps-opponents-arent-arguing-for-open-bordersbut-maybe-they-should

    I particularly enjoyed this paragraph:

    Sarah Fine, a political philosopher at King’s College, in London, who is working on a book on the “right to exclude,” or the right of states to keep people out, has raised another provocative argument. If democracy is a system that guarantees the right of the governed to participate in the governing process, then democracy confined to protected national borders contains an internal contradiction. Those who are banned from entering a country are, in effect, governed—the Central American mother at the border whose child is ripped away from her by U.S. Border Patrol agents is being governed in the extreme—yet they have no say in the rules, or in the election of those who make them.

    Gessen and The New Yorker, always at work. Because the pot is never cracked enough.

    • Replies: @syonredux

    Sarah Fine, a political philosopher at King’s College, in London, who is working on a book on the “right to exclude,” or the right of states to keep people out, has raised another provocative argument. If democracy is a system that guarantees the right of the governed to participate in the governing process, then democracy confined to protected national borders contains an internal contradiction. Those who are banned from entering a country are, in effect, governed—the Central American mother at the border whose child is ripped away from her by U.S. Border Patrol agents is being governed in the extreme—yet they have no say in the rules, or in the election of those who make them.
     
    Does this mean that the Arabs in the West Bank and Gaza should have the right to enter Israel?That they should have the right to vote in Israeli elections?
    , @Faraday's Bobcat
    I believe this is what the Jews refer to as "pilpul."
    , @Prester John
    This woman never defines the word "govern". By her reasoning immigrants, whether legal or illegal, once they enter the host country would have no obligation to obey just about ANY of the host country's rules already in existence. After all, they had "no say in the rules or in the election of those who made them."

    This is nothing more than just another argument for open borders, using specious reasoning.

  138. @Anonymous
    Actually, looking at some of the gruesome - and downright bizarre - spectacles involving severed human heads and drug gangs in contemporary Mexico, one wonders if this very deep and ingrained atavism ever left the Mexican psyche.

    “Actually, looking at some of the gruesome – and downright bizarre – spectacles involving severed human heads and drug gangs in contemporary Mexico, one wonders if this very deep and ingrained atavism ever left the Mexican psyche.”

    Which one? This one doesn’t wonder.

  139. Meta point: I’ve been going over the math in my head for awhile now, but I have a hard time seeing how our current and growing political/cultural situation ends in anything but civil war/separation and catastrophe for the nation. The ruling class MUST know this. Right? The only person with a national platform and high profile who points this out, gently in my opinion, is Tucker Carlson. I wonder how his views and its conflict with the vision of, say, the Murdoch boys resolves.

  140. @Thomm
    I interpret that as an invitation to annex all of Mexico (like we should have done in 1849). If all those people are to come here, we should get more land (especially all that good-weather land).

    I mean, he's begging for it. We could save millions of Mexicans the trouble, and just annex the entire country with all its land, coastlines, and natural resources. Then we only have to fortify a small border with Guatemala, which the Mexicans can be drafted to do.

    Are you insane no question mark.

    • Agree: Buzz Mohawk
  141. @JohnnyWalker123
    Have any of you guys seen Apolacypto? The movie was directed by Mel Gibson and released in 2006. The movie is set in pre-Euro Mayan era of Mexico. It's very brutal, but I liked it.

    Here's the trailer. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ngWBddVNVZs

    Here's the part where they conduct a human sacrifice. Warning NSFW. Watch from 1:30-2:50

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aG8WqEyXIyc

    It seems like the pre-Euro Central&South Americans were very fascinated by torture, blood sacrifices, death, pain, religious rituals, superstitions, spirits, jungle animals, hunting, war, and astronomy. They were basically a very advanced form of hunter-gatherer.

    If you look at Central&South Americans even today (especially if you look in areas with substanial "Indio" ancestry), you'll see remnants of that culture. It's often reflected in their movies/tv, tattoos (often of skulls), Halloween celebrations ("dio de los muertos"), and even their religious practices. The way they practice their Catholicism places emphasis on the torture of Jesus Christ, his pain, and blood sacrifice he made for humanity. Their Catholicism also is very infused with all type of pre-Euro traditions, often of a very macabre nature.

    See this video about Santa Muerte, which mixes Catholicism and death worship. This fascinating news story is worth watching.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ILKnScNCJ-Y

    Steve even blogged about this.

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/nyt-santa-muerte-tattoos-making-white/

    http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2014/us/the-way-north.html?hp&_r=0#p/9

    It is true that the Catholicism of the Amerindian Mexicans is very, very weird. In San Juan, Texas (which is basically Mexico) there is a huge nominally Catholic (and officially sanctioned by the Church) shrine where they venerate and ascribe supernatural powers to this little doll. It’s the strangest thing I’ve ever seen. It’s shocking to me that the Church condones this practice but I guess it’s harmless if it gets them to behave and say their Padre Nuestros.

    See the doll here: Virgin de San Juan de los Lagos https://goo.gl/images/DMkgui

    • Replies: @Hibernian
    The "doll" is a statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary. It's as "shocking" as the plain church architecture of the Quakers and the Congregationalists.
  142. @Thomm
    I interpret that as an invitation to annex all of Mexico (like we should have done in 1849). If all those people are to come here, we should get more land (especially all that good-weather land).

    I mean, he's begging for it. We could save millions of Mexicans the trouble, and just annex the entire country with all its land, coastlines, and natural resources. Then we only have to fortify a small border with Guatemala, which the Mexicans can be drafted to do.

    BEHOLD! …..I give you bizarro tiny duck!

  143. @candid_observer
    Just when you thought The New Yorker and Masha Gassen -- er, Gessen -- couldn't get crazier, they tap into unknown reservoirs:

    https://www.newyorker.com/news/our-columnists/trumps-opponents-arent-arguing-for-open-bordersbut-maybe-they-should

    I particularly enjoyed this paragraph:

    Sarah Fine, a political philosopher at King’s College, in London, who is working on a book on the “right to exclude,” or the right of states to keep people out, has raised another provocative argument. If democracy is a system that guarantees the right of the governed to participate in the governing process, then democracy confined to protected national borders contains an internal contradiction. Those who are banned from entering a country are, in effect, governed—the Central American mother at the border whose child is ripped away from her by U.S. Border Patrol agents is being governed in the extreme—yet they have no say in the rules, or in the election of those who make them.
     
    Gessen and The New Yorker, always at work. Because the pot is never cracked enough.

    Sarah Fine, a political philosopher at King’s College, in London, who is working on a book on the “right to exclude,” or the right of states to keep people out, has raised another provocative argument. If democracy is a system that guarantees the right of the governed to participate in the governing process, then democracy confined to protected national borders contains an internal contradiction. Those who are banned from entering a country are, in effect, governed—the Central American mother at the border whose child is ripped away from her by U.S. Border Patrol agents is being governed in the extreme—yet they have no say in the rules, or in the election of those who make them.

    Does this mean that the Arabs in the West Bank and Gaza should have the right to enter Israel?That they should have the right to vote in Israeli elections?

    • Replies: @byrresheim
    It does.

    Thus we should fight for their right.
  144. Here’s an intersectional question; nationalism vs. cultural assimilation vs. genetics.

    In a head to head matchup, would the Pakistanis, Syrians, Nigerians et al. denizens of London root for England in the World Cup or for their native Islamic lands? or for any Islamic nation in preference to an infidel nation including the one they live in?

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    Two Albanian soccer players made Albanian nationalist gestures after scoring goals for their adopted Switzerland team.
    , @Jefferson
    "In a head to head matchup, would the Pakistanis, Syrians, Nigerians et al. denizens of London root for England in the World Cup or for their native Islamic lands? or for any Islamic nation in preference to an infidel nation including the one they live in?"

    Not even Mexicans root for the football team of the White country they immigrate or were born into and Mexicans are Catholic a religion that is way more compatible with Western civilization than Islam will ever be. So what makes you think Muslims will be any different.
    , @dr kill
    /sarc
  145. @Dan Hayes
    Steve,

    More grist for Stephen Miller for his next demolishment of another Zero Amendment devotee!

    Steven Miller’s face should be on Mt. Rushmore. For a jew to go against the tribe like this takes balls of steel. I’d like to see an interview with his parents.

    • Agree: Dan Hayes
    • Replies: @Dan Hayes
    Malcolm X-Lax,

    I've heard contrasting things about Stephen Miller's parents. One train of thought is that they are quintessentially liberal Democrats. The other is that they are Republicans who have been driven out of various synagogues for their forbidden politics. For me, I hope it's the latter!
  146. @syonredux

    In case you were wondering, one-third (95 out of 289) of all American Nobel Prizes in the Sciences have been earned by Immigrants to the United States.
     
    Of course, the real question is:What percentage of that one-third were Latinx......

    Neil deGrasse Tyson is an affirmative action clown. When a moonwalker slaps him, even goofy Buzz Aldrin, I just have to stand and salute the slapper.

    • Replies: @Jefferson
    "Neil deGrasse Tyson is an affirmative action clown."

    Black astrophysicists as in of African and not Indian descent are more rare than Black NHL players.

    9 times out of 10 if you find an astrophysicist with black skin he or she will be Indian like Mindy Kaling and not African.

  147. @istevefan
    Are you joking, or are you that stupid to consider such a plan? Even people in 1848 understood the consequences of such a decision.

    Hey, if their underclass is already here, there is relatively little to lose by taking the whole thing. At least we get all that land, all the resources, as well as the whiter Mexicans.

  148. @nebulafox
    The connection between Aztec religious rituals and modern gang cults is strained at best, not least because your average mestizo narco probably leans more to the Spaniard and generally European side of the gene pool than the Aztec one. It's not El Salvador or Peru where the rural hick serfs are overwhelmingly indio.

    One of the reasons Cortes won despite being vastly outnumbered in a strange land was his clever co-option of the tribes the Aztecs ritually brutalized. But had they known what was to come under the Spaniards...

    The connection between Aztec religious rituals and modern gang cults is strained at best, not least because your average mestizo narco probably leans more to the Spaniard and generally European side of the gene pool than the Aztec one. It’s not El Salvador or Peru where the rural hick serfs are overwhelmingly indio.

    MS-13 is from El Salvador. And have you seen pictures of them? They look like extras from Apocalypto.

    • Replies: @Jefferson
    "MS-13 is from El Salvador. And have you seen pictures of them? They look like extras from Apocalypto."

    MS-13 are People Of Color when it comes to immigration, which is why The Left said it is racist to refer to MS-13 as animals. But The Left also have no problem throwing MS-13 under the bus and referring to them as White Hispanics if they harm a single hair on another one of their favorite diversity pets the Muslims.

    Which is what happened when a MS-13 member murdered an Egyptian Muslim woman in Virginia awhile back over road rage.

    The Left Wing Twitter mob swooped in to refer to the MS-13 perpetrator as a White Hispanic, an Islamophobe, a Nazi, a member of the Alt-Right, Literally Adolf Hitler, and a Donald Trump supporter.

    So MS-13 are Transracial.
  149. @utu
    He is from India.

    He is from India.

    Nope. Wrong again. But you even think Thorfinsson and DB Cooper are from India, so that shows how dumb you are.

    Utu, of course, is a black African, as another commenter informed me. He also admitted to being a homosexual.

    • Replies: @Dan Hayes
    Thomm:

    So utu is a black homosexual! Showing once again that The Unz Review casts a very wide net!!
  150. OT: Some of my distant cousins are kicking a ball around in Russia. I am watching them on my Korean TV. Sweden just scored a goal against Germany, and thousands of White people are cheering.

    No, no nationalism there.

    (I see only two non-European people total on these two teams.)

  151. @Anonymous
    We used to get the best immigrants from Mexico. Like Mario José Henríquez (Nobel Laureate in Chemistry) and Albert Vinicio Báez (folk singer Joan’s dad and an MIT physicist who did pioneering work in x-ray microscopy). Nowadays we have the bottom-of-the-barrel ones who are assisted in coming by the Mexican government (to improve Mexico) and assisted in staying by self-loathing white SJWs and the those plotting to destroy Western civilization.

    I wonder if our earth-saving, bicycle-riding, Robespierre SJW’s are trying to pimp Joan Baez for money and apologies ad nauseam for singing “The Night They Drove Ole Dixie Down.” Today’s liberal is tomorrow’s fascist.

  152. @syonredux

    Sarah Fine, a political philosopher at King’s College, in London, who is working on a book on the “right to exclude,” or the right of states to keep people out, has raised another provocative argument. If democracy is a system that guarantees the right of the governed to participate in the governing process, then democracy confined to protected national borders contains an internal contradiction. Those who are banned from entering a country are, in effect, governed—the Central American mother at the border whose child is ripped away from her by U.S. Border Patrol agents is being governed in the extreme—yet they have no say in the rules, or in the election of those who make them.
     
    Does this mean that the Arabs in the West Bank and Gaza should have the right to enter Israel?That they should have the right to vote in Israeli elections?

    It does.

    Thus we should fight for their right.

  153. OT at Breitbart, NuDisney gonna Disn, and apparently they’re getting their information from sixty or seventy years ago. Oh and suicidal depression is white privilege.

    “You can walk into any room in this world and never be questioned! Try walking into a department store looking like me,” he yells. “This whole country’s trying to kill me every day. So excuse me if I can’t afford to sit around and contemplate suicide.”

    The message to the show’s largely teenage viewers becomes clear: a girl who lost her father when she was young, who had a drug-addicted mother, who was forced to take to the streets and steal to live, who was sexually assaulted but had police ignore her report because she is a street kid; a girl like this has a better life than a rich kid in a private school merely because she is white and he is black.

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-hollywood/2018/06/22/marvel-comics-latest-tv-show-cloak-dagger-insists-this-whole-countrys-trying-to-kill-black-people/

  154. @Buzz Mohawk
    https://twitter.com/TheRealBuzz/status/1009269456038703104

    And those one third were operating within a legacy of support for research in institutions whose facilities were willingly paid for by the rest of us, we Americans.

    Left to their own devices, the immigrant’s track record would have been much less impressive.

  155. @Gemjunior
    Oh so now we are calling them “The Mexica?” Is this a new, cosmopolitan, academic thing, because I’m just a dumbass conservative old-fashioned republican, a convert from liberalism a few years ago (unavoidable - I grew up in NYC in the 70’s and 80’s (is there an apostrophe?) when you could speak to one another without ducking, bobbing, weaving and apologizing while screaming Mea Culpa!! (Beating breast) loudly at every minority who walks past you. Perhaps I am an ignoramus for not having already known that The Mexica is kind of, well, just better. Like when libbytards say “This is my truth” because we all have one. There can’t be just one! I won’t hear of it. Perhaps it is something only libs are privy to, like Newspeak. You know, like calling American Indians, otherwise formerly known as Indians, “Native Americans.” Only stupid rubes from flyover country use the I-word. You can also use First Nations or Aboriginal people, but libs prefer the term “N.A.’s”. LOL! And all the American Indians I have ever known like to be known as Indians! Indian Bodies!! Ah! Ah!

    It’s the latest attempt by very white mestizos to pretend to be more Native. Sort of like naming your daughter Xochitl instead of Maria.

  156. @27 year old

    Actually, looking at some of the gruesome – and downright bizarre – spectacles involving severed human heads and drug gangs in contemporary Mexico, one wonders if this very deep and ingrained atavism ever left the Mexican psyche.
     
    I don't wonder at all. This is kind of the most simplified and universally explanatory red pill: X are what they are -- peoples are what they are, genders are what they are.

    Mexicans are what they are.

    I don’t wonder at all. This is kind of the most simplified and universally explanatory red pill: X are what they are — peoples are what they are, genders are what they are.

    Mexicans are what they are.

    Aye. It is not the country that makes the people. It is the people that makes the country.

  157. @Malcolm X-Lax
    Diaz also described how the old Aztec ladies would feast on the brains of the sacrifice victims! The anthropologist Marvin Harris theorized that the reason the Aztecs were so blood hungry and cannibalistic was that they had few other protein sources available to them. Controversial theory but interesting, nonetheless.

    No, they did it because they were wholly given over to the cult of Satan, to whom they of course gave another name.
    The Catholic Spain of old saved them from this perpetual blood sacrifice by bearing aloft the Sacred Host, the true Body and Blood of the one-time and for all time sacrificed Son of God.
    Mel Gibson shows this in an unforgetable way at the end of his masterpiece Apocalypto.

    • Agree: Jack Hanson
    • Replies: @Malcolm X-Lax
    I won't comment on the theology, as I am more of a materialist type, but that scene in Apocalypto is incredible. First time you see it, you're not prepared for it and it almost knocks you over. If Mel hadn't run afoul of the you know whos, the film would have gotten more attention. However, many non-ykw critics and filmmakers have acknowledged what a masterpiece it is.
    , @Anonym
    *Spoilers*

    It has been quite a few years since I have seen Apocalypto. However my interpretation is different. I see the movie as an allegory for white civilization. The Mayan empire is cruel, decadent, evil and pointless, much like our own. It has lost its way. The hero is just a guy who would be grist for that empire, just a regular guy with a family from a small tribe. Mayan civilization means to destroy him and his family, like it has others.

    He escapes from them, and raises a family. At the end of the film, the decadent Mayan civilization faces for the first time an external threat, one that is truly to be feared. (Which is btw European civilization at the height of its powers, possessing the high technology of the era, self confident, brutal, fearsome and awesome.) Maybe instead of attacking kinfolk and wasting their energy with what they were doing, the Mayans should have been advancing their own capabilities so that they could meet such a threat.

    So I take it that our own corrupt PC civilization that chews up and spits out its own people is much the same. It is meeting external threats and has no counter to them at present. It is best for us to raise families as preparation for the next phase, much like Jaguar Paw.

  158. @Anon
    Are we to assume that Mexicans and other brownies hate their own kind and prefer to be with gringos? Where is the pride? Why do they want to be separated from their own kin?

    And are Mexicans and brownies to derelict in their duties that they can't even take care of their own kids? They ask America to take care of their kids.... while working as nannies for kids of rich white folks?

    'Gringo, please take care of my kids while I take care of your kids.'

    ???

    ‘Gringo, please take care of my kids while I take care of your kids.’

    Ask that poor couple in New York City what that leads to.

  159. “My ancestors were building great cities on this continent while your ancestors were still swinging from trees in Europe.”

    And what great cities were those? Tenochtilan only dates back to the 14th century or so, by which time there were sizeable cities throught northern and central Europe. Large structures in Tikal date back to the 4th century BC. Of course, there were large cities in Southern Europe then too. Germans and Celts might not have been building cities then, but they certainly weren’t swinging from trees.

  160. @syonredux

    In case you were wondering, one-third (95 out of 289) of all American Nobel Prizes in the Sciences have been earned by Immigrants to the United States.
     
    Of course, the real question is:What percentage of that one-third were Latinx......

    Of course, the real question is:What percentage of that one-third were Latinx……

    Probably zero. “Latinx” is virtually the same thing as “Native American,” i.e. Indian or American Indian, so my buddy Buzz Aldrin’s wisecrack is relevant to the whole issue from many funny perspectives.

    This cannot be re-stated enough, apparently, for the US public to grasp it: Latin American immigrants ARE Indians, “Native Americans.” Their ruling class is Spanish, i.e. European, and is happy to let that underclass blow over here like steam whistling out of a pressure cooker.

    • Replies: @syonredux
    I was a tad curious about the number of Hispanic Americans who have won the Nobel.Since I didn’t feel like wading through the hundreds of American winners on my own, I decided to turn to ethnic cheerleaders.Surely they have scoured the archives and turned up every quasi-American [email protected] Nobel prize winner.Well, here are the results. Three men:

    Severo Ochoa: Ochoa won the Nobel in Medicine in 1959.Slight problem.Ochoa is a Spaniard:

    Severo Ochoa was born in Luarca (Asturias), Spain. His father was Severo Manuel Ochoa, a lawyer and businessman, and his mother was Carmen de Albornoz. Ochoa was the nephew of Álvaro de Albornoz (President of the Second Spanish Republic that was exiled, 1947–1951), and a cousin of the poet and literary poet and critic Aurora de Albornoz.
     
    So, he’s not a Mestizo/Amerind.He’s a White guy from Europe.

    Luis Alvarez: Nobel in Physics, 1968.Again, another White guy.His Alvarez grandfather was an immigrant from Spain, and his mother was of Northwestern Euro stock.

    Mario Molina: Nobel in Physics, 1995.Problem: He’s a Mexican.Which is to say, he’s not a Hispanic American.I might also add that he looks pretty European to me, but he could also have a fair chunk of Amerind ancestry (say, under 25%):



    https://www.biography.com/.image/t_share/MTE5NTU2MzE2MzE5Mjg2Nzk1/mario-molina-9411313-1-402.jpg

    So, again, things are not looking good for American [email protected]

    http://myamericanlatinomuseum.org/blog/nobel_laureates/
  161. @candid_observer
    Just when you thought The New Yorker and Masha Gassen -- er, Gessen -- couldn't get crazier, they tap into unknown reservoirs:

    https://www.newyorker.com/news/our-columnists/trumps-opponents-arent-arguing-for-open-bordersbut-maybe-they-should

    I particularly enjoyed this paragraph:

    Sarah Fine, a political philosopher at King’s College, in London, who is working on a book on the “right to exclude,” or the right of states to keep people out, has raised another provocative argument. If democracy is a system that guarantees the right of the governed to participate in the governing process, then democracy confined to protected national borders contains an internal contradiction. Those who are banned from entering a country are, in effect, governed—the Central American mother at the border whose child is ripped away from her by U.S. Border Patrol agents is being governed in the extreme—yet they have no say in the rules, or in the election of those who make them.
     
    Gessen and The New Yorker, always at work. Because the pot is never cracked enough.

    I believe this is what the Jews refer to as “pilpul.”

  162. @enemy of earth
    I was in a Walmart shopping with the Missus back in Illinois when an old geezer got annoyed because we apparently were in his way. As he passed he muttered, "Foreigners" under his breath but loud enough for me to hear. I got in his face and said, "My ancestors were building great cities on this continent while your ancestors were still swinging from trees in Europe." His horrified wife grabbed his arm and pulled him away while my equally horrified wife told me that I was being incredibly rude.

    I was quite pleased with myself. Of course I was/am aware of the awful practice and scale of human sacrifice before this continent was "civilized." But now I'm thinking maybe I owe that guy an apology.

    On second thought, I don't think so.

    You got your timing wrong. Aztecs were just catching up with Sumerian civilisation (at the stage it reached 7k years ago) in 1492 while England was already one of the most powerful and civilized nations in the Old World.

  163. not of this thread, but what is this bullshit, asking me to identify “vehicles” or “storefronts” from six or eight pictures, are they afraid this is a robot watching the computer? I am not asking to do anything, not send email, or anything else, just reading, are they afraid that a robot is reading? Has anyone else had this experience, or is it just us robots?

  164. Along these lines, check out what David French is writing in The National Review:

    June, 2018:

    https://www.nationalreview.com/2018/06/family-separation-immigration-congress-end-it/

    May, 2018:

    https://www.nationalreview.com/2018/05/israel-has-right-obligation-defend-border-with-deadly-force/

    What a difference a month makes. Or, at least, what a difference a particular country makes.

  165. @Bardon Kaldian
    Steve, this is beneath you. Ancient religious violence as the template for drug- related crimes ...

    Ludicrous.

    I don’t think it is ludicrous. You say “ancient” but in European context, ancient usually refers to greco-roman. Pre-greco-roman cultures (that acted kind of like this) you’re talking 800-2100 years ago (depending on where, and I’m talking outside of greco-rome where these cultures developed 2700-3200 years ago). This particular ancient culture did not practice human sacrifice or ritualistic cannibalism and such, and it began supplanting the other ancient cultures that did 2100 years ago in much of Europe (pre-Christian even, because Greco-Roman paganism did not really do this either, although Christian philosophy changed the culture and values even more). Where it began 2100 years ago it was mostly finished by 1000 years ago but took some time. Meanwhile on the fringes of that culture in places like the Baltic sea and Scandinavia and Germany, where Odinists would still tear organs out of live people and hang them from the trees and call it pleasing to the gods, it was only beginning to drive out the old pagan/non-romanized pagan values of that type 800-1000 years ago and had a good bit of cultural momentum in neighboring areas to power that.

    Now cross the ocean, and in the context of the Americas the ‘ancient’ you are using is only pre-Columbian. It only began 400-500 years ago and is also a slow process to seep through everywhere.

    And you can see, for instance in the spread of Christianity and it’s associated values, that it does absorb a lot of what came before it. I’ve heard many people say the version of Christianity that the Chinese practice is quite distinct from where they got it. In Europe, what once was a moon-calendar religion in the mid-east became a sun-calendar religion in the west, and numerous other quirks. Even still today in English, which was one of the places mostly converted by 1000 years ago, and a place where the dominant language was completely changed at least 3 times, the words Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday still noticeably descend from Tyr’s Day, Woden’s Day, Thor’s Day, and Frigg’s Day, (Saturday is Romantic pagan, followed by Sun and Moon day). It doesn’t mean much today, but the people who came up with those names thought it was funny and cool to tie you to a tree, crack open your ribcage, remove your lungs, and then point and laugh at you while you gurgle and suffocate to death and leave your corpse dangling. “Hanging from trees” has an old pedigree in Europe. Woden became a god by sacrificing himself to himself, stabbing himself with a spear and hanging from Yggdrasil for 9 days. I wonder if any african americans might think any Old Gods pagan inspirations still linger under the surface of Euro culture? Were african or asian cultures ever as predominately associated with hanging people from trees? I would guess desert cultures never were. Supposedly early Christians used the symbol of the fish but at some point they started preferring the symbol of the piece of dead tree from which the Christ was hung for 3 days (in Roman non-religious punitive justice style). Was their as much piking in Europe before then as there was after? I have no idea. The allure of hanging has held on, perhaps, but the organ ripping, which was not as central, not so much, and no real record or memory of cannibalism to begin with.

    There is also a lot of burning people in Euro history which seems to have been important to the Celtics.

    As numerous other comments have pointed out, certain heavy central-american pagan flavor elements have remained in central-american cultures and found their way into their catholicism. And in some ways they are not as far removed. It’s not like your average Mexican is into these things, but among certain types the organ ripping seems still pretty common really. And even though it’s not really religiously motivated, it’s indicative in those individuals of the same sort of value system and world view and symbolic cultural practices those ancient priests actually practiced. For a Dan Brown conspiratorial angle, they may even be direct lineage, who knows. But for a practitioner, it is always tempting to gravitate toward a theology/philosophy that justifies and validates how they are already behaving as the right way, which is what those priests religion was anyway.

    It really does have to do with Who We Are, these ancient histories is what made us who we really are.

  166. @Old Palo Altan
    No, they did it because they were wholly given over to the cult of Satan, to whom they of course gave another name.
    The Catholic Spain of old saved them from this perpetual blood sacrifice by bearing aloft the Sacred Host, the true Body and Blood of the one-time and for all time sacrificed Son of God.
    Mel Gibson shows this in an unforgetable way at the end of his masterpiece Apocalypto.

    I won’t comment on the theology, as I am more of a materialist type, but that scene in Apocalypto is incredible. First time you see it, you’re not prepared for it and it almost knocks you over. If Mel hadn’t run afoul of the you know whos, the film would have gotten more attention. However, many non-ykw critics and filmmakers have acknowledged what a masterpiece it is.

  167. @Buzz Mohawk

    Of course, the real question is:What percentage of that one-third were Latinx……

     

    Probably zero. "Latinx" is virtually the same thing as "Native American," i.e. Indian or American Indian, so my buddy Buzz Aldrin's wisecrack is relevant to the whole issue from many funny perspectives.

    This cannot be re-stated enough, apparently, for the US public to grasp it: Latin American immigrants ARE Indians, "Native Americans." Their ruling class is Spanish, i.e. European, and is happy to let that underclass blow over here like steam whistling out of a pressure cooker.

    I was a tad curious about the number of Hispanic Americans who have won the Nobel.Since I didn’t feel like wading through the hundreds of American winners on my own, I decided to turn to ethnic cheerleaders.Surely they have scoured the archives and turned up every quasi-American [email protected] Nobel prize winner.Well, here are the results. Three men:

    Severo Ochoa: Ochoa won the Nobel in Medicine in 1959.Slight problem.Ochoa is a Spaniard:

    Severo Ochoa was born in Luarca (Asturias), Spain. His father was Severo Manuel Ochoa, a lawyer and businessman, and his mother was Carmen de Albornoz. Ochoa was the nephew of Álvaro de Albornoz (President of the Second Spanish Republic that was exiled, 1947–1951), and a cousin of the poet and literary poet and critic Aurora de Albornoz.

    So, he’s not a Mestizo/Amerind.He’s a White guy from Europe.

    Luis Alvarez: Nobel in Physics, 1968.Again, another White guy.His Alvarez grandfather was an immigrant from Spain, and his mother was of Northwestern Euro stock.

    Mario Molina: Nobel in Physics, 1995.Problem: He’s a Mexican.Which is to say, he’s not a Hispanic American.I might also add that he looks pretty European to me, but he could also have a fair chunk of Amerind ancestry (say, under 25%):

    So, again, things are not looking good for American [email protected]

    http://myamericanlatinomuseum.org/blog/nobel_laureates/

  168. @enemy of earth
    I was in a Walmart shopping with the Missus back in Illinois when an old geezer got annoyed because we apparently were in his way. As he passed he muttered, "Foreigners" under his breath but loud enough for me to hear. I got in his face and said, "My ancestors were building great cities on this continent while your ancestors were still swinging from trees in Europe." His horrified wife grabbed his arm and pulled him away while my equally horrified wife told me that I was being incredibly rude.

    I was quite pleased with myself. Of course I was/am aware of the awful practice and scale of human sacrifice before this continent was "civilized." But now I'm thinking maybe I owe that guy an apology.

    On second thought, I don't think so.

    This comment is OT only the surface; it is all about Who Minnesotans Are ( Or Will Be)

    Y’all may disagree, but bored identity strongly believes that only unlimited free access to books could lead to a meaningful reduction of Latinx populace:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5875717/I-babe-Transcript-shows-pregnant-girlfriend-resisted-shooting-boyfriend.html

    No, in reality, Lady Monalisa definitely did vote for Pedro :

    And instead Judge Dread in charge, Minnesotans got Judge Remick that somehow decides to pass on opportunity for another pefect, nationwide PR storm over book control:

    Various news media outlets asked to have cameras in the courtroom in Ada for sentencing, but Remick declined.
    The prosecution and defense also filed objections to having cameras present.

    The state is in the midst of a pilot project that allows media cameras at sentencing with a judge’s consent.

    Remick explained in a rare weekend court filing that he was saying no to the Star Tribune and the Fargo Forum newspapers, and television stations WDAZ in Grand Forks and KSTP in the Twin Cities because the case involves domestic violence, and out of his concern that the cameras would inhibit Ruiz’s loved ones from making victim impact statements and keep Perez from “fully engaging” in whatever she might say.

    The judge added that he also was guided by “common decency and old-fashioned common sense” in not letting the media take advantage of “that infamy” that befell Ruiz and Perez because of “an ill-conceived video stunt.”

    bored identity is also totally furious about all those huwhite privileged rajsis clowns willing to use experimentation before placing their gutless, pale skin between .50 caliber round and a ream of paper:

  169. @enemy of earth
    I was in a Walmart shopping with the Missus back in Illinois when an old geezer got annoyed because we apparently were in his way. As he passed he muttered, "Foreigners" under his breath but loud enough for me to hear. I got in his face and said, "My ancestors were building great cities on this continent while your ancestors were still swinging from trees in Europe." His horrified wife grabbed his arm and pulled him away while my equally horrified wife told me that I was being incredibly rude.

    I was quite pleased with myself. Of course I was/am aware of the awful practice and scale of human sacrifice before this continent was "civilized." But now I'm thinking maybe I owe that guy an apology.

    On second thought, I don't think so.

    This comment is OT only the surface; it is all about Who Minnesotans Are ( Or Will Be)

    Y’all may disagree, but bored identity strongly believes that only unlimited free access to books could lead to a meaningful reduction of Latinx populace:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5875717/I-babe-Transcript-shows-pregnant-girlfriend-resisted-shooting-boyfriend.html

    No, in reality, Lady Monalisa definitely did vote for Pedro :

    And instead Judge Dread in charge, Minnesotans got Judge Remick that somehow decides to pass on opportunity for another pefect, nationwide PR storm over book control:

    Various news media outlets asked to have cameras in the courtroom in Ada for sentencing, but Remick declined.
    The prosecution and defense also filed objections to having cameras present.

    The state is in the midst of a pilot project that allows media cameras at sentencing with a judge’s consent.

    Remick explained in a rare weekend court filing that he was saying no to the Star Tribune and the Fargo Forum newspapers, and television stations WDAZ in Grand Forks and KSTP in the Twin Cities because the case involves domestic violence, and out of his concern that the cameras would inhibit Ruiz’s loved ones from making victim impact statements and keep Perez from “fully engaging” in whatever she might say.

    The judge added that he also was guided by “common decency and old-fashioned common sense” in not letting the media take advantage of “that infamy” that befell Ruiz and Perez because of “an ill-conceived video stunt.”

    bored identity is also totally furious about all those huwhite privileged rajsis clowns willing to use experimentation before placing their gutless, pale skin between .50 caliber round and a ream of paper:

  170. “Send these, the homeless”

    Hey Cindy McCain since you care so much about the homeless population why don’t you go to San Francisco and Los Angeles to round up a bunch of homeless people and fly them out to live in your mansions and ranches in Arizona.

  171. @istevefan
    Assuming this is true and the next president of Mexico follows through on this, I'd say this would be akin to a declaration of war. At the very least the US ought to seriously consider regime change for Mexico. As the late environmentalist Edward Abby once wrote,

    Or if we must meddle, as we have always done, let us meddle for a change in a constructive way. Stop every campesino at our southern border, give him a handgun, a good rifle, and a case of ammunition, and send him home. He will know what to do with our gifts and good wishes. The people know who their enemies are.
     
    Honestly I wish the Mexicans would do what your article reports. It would redpill a lot more people in this nation.

    “Honestly I wish the Mexicans would do what your article reports. It would redpill a lot more people in this nation.”

    Redpilling is an overwhelmingly White thing. So you can not redpill Mexicans as a whole.

    If redpilling Mexicans was so easy than states like California, New Mexico, and Nevada would still be red states or atleast purple swing states, not blue states that Republicans will NEVER win again.

  172. @Anonym
    Apocalypto is a great movie.

    Definitely.

  173. @ThreeCranes
    Here's an intersectional question; nationalism vs. cultural assimilation vs. genetics.

    In a head to head matchup, would the Pakistanis, Syrians, Nigerians et al. denizens of London root for England in the World Cup or for their native Islamic lands? or for any Islamic nation in preference to an infidel nation including the one they live in?

    Two Albanian soccer players made Albanian nationalist gestures after scoring goals for their adopted Switzerland team.

    • Replies: @ThreeCranes
    Why am I not surprised?
  174. @Buzz Mohawk
    Neil deGrasse Tyson is an affirmative action clown. When a moonwalker slaps him, even goofy Buzz Aldrin, I just have to stand and salute the slapper.

    “Neil deGrasse Tyson is an affirmative action clown.”

    Black astrophysicists as in of African and not Indian descent are more rare than Black NHL players.

    9 times out of 10 if you find an astrophysicist with black skin he or she will be Indian like Mindy Kaling and not African.

  175. @27 year old

    Actually, looking at some of the gruesome – and downright bizarre – spectacles involving severed human heads and drug gangs in contemporary Mexico, one wonders if this very deep and ingrained atavism ever left the Mexican psyche.
     
    I don't wonder at all. This is kind of the most simplified and universally explanatory red pill: X are what they are -- peoples are what they are, genders are what they are.

    Mexicans are what they are.

    I see what they are and agree with you. But it is natural to Europomorphise if you have no experience of the other, and especially if your education has been formed by PC.

    But there may also be a natural tendency. For example, art by other peoples. You might think that the way they depict humans is stylised, when they were merely depicting what their own people looked like, in general.

  176. @candid_observer
    Just when you thought The New Yorker and Masha Gassen -- er, Gessen -- couldn't get crazier, they tap into unknown reservoirs:

    https://www.newyorker.com/news/our-columnists/trumps-opponents-arent-arguing-for-open-bordersbut-maybe-they-should

    I particularly enjoyed this paragraph:

    Sarah Fine, a political philosopher at King’s College, in London, who is working on a book on the “right to exclude,” or the right of states to keep people out, has raised another provocative argument. If democracy is a system that guarantees the right of the governed to participate in the governing process, then democracy confined to protected national borders contains an internal contradiction. Those who are banned from entering a country are, in effect, governed—the Central American mother at the border whose child is ripped away from her by U.S. Border Patrol agents is being governed in the extreme—yet they have no say in the rules, or in the election of those who make them.
     
    Gessen and The New Yorker, always at work. Because the pot is never cracked enough.

    This woman never defines the word “govern”. By her reasoning immigrants, whether legal or illegal, once they enter the host country would have no obligation to obey just about ANY of the host country’s rules already in existence. After all, they had “no say in the rules or in the election of those who made them.”

    This is nothing more than just another argument for open borders, using specious reasoning.

  177. @Mr. Anon

    The connection between Aztec religious rituals and modern gang cults is strained at best, not least because your average mestizo narco probably leans more to the Spaniard and generally European side of the gene pool than the Aztec one. It’s not El Salvador or Peru where the rural hick serfs are overwhelmingly indio.
     
    MS-13 is from El Salvador. And have you seen pictures of them? They look like extras from Apocalypto.

    “MS-13 is from El Salvador. And have you seen pictures of them? They look like extras from Apocalypto.”

    MS-13 are People Of Color when it comes to immigration, which is why The Left said it is racist to refer to MS-13 as animals. But The Left also have no problem throwing MS-13 under the bus and referring to them as White Hispanics if they harm a single hair on another one of their favorite diversity pets the Muslims.

    Which is what happened when a MS-13 member murdered an Egyptian Muslim woman in Virginia awhile back over road rage.

    The Left Wing Twitter mob swooped in to refer to the MS-13 perpetrator as a White Hispanic, an Islamophobe, a Nazi, a member of the Alt-Right, Literally Adolf Hitler, and a Donald Trump supporter.

    So MS-13 are Transracial.

  178. @J.Ross
    What's coming regardless of whether we want it is crowd sourced immigration control. It is being hurried into life not by some persuasive pamphlet or invisible Russian hacker but by the refusal of the government to do its job.
    -----
    >the Constitution is a living document but the Lazarus poem doesn't take amendments
    I wish I had the exact construction but a while back NPR juxtaposed something like "controversial gun rights" against "Constitutionally protected reproductive freedoms."

    That’s like asking for how the Venn diagram of “Shall not be infringed” and gun bans must necessarily be a null set for words to actually mean something.

  179. @El Dato
    More Memes from RT: We had a ‘poof’ & ‘no slave owners’: Monty Python’s Cleese slams BBC ‘too white & Oxbridge’ claim

    Actor John Cleese has defended the iconic comedy show Monty Python, calling it “remarkably diverse for its time.” The comments come as the BBC head of comedy said the show was “too white and Oxbridge” to be made today.

    Cleese lauded the merits of the show in a series of tweets in response to comments made by the controller of BBC comedy Mark Allen. Allen claimed that audiences were tired of the “metropolitan, educated experience” and craved sketch shows and sitcoms with a “sense of place” rather than “six Oxbridge white blokes.”

    Referring to Allen as the “head of social engineering,” Cleese defended the diversity credentials of Monty Python, joking that the show would meet the state-funded broadcaster’s diversity targets as it had a “poof” – referring to the late Graham Chapman – and “no slave owners.”
     
    I sense there will be a comedy series about the inside of Grooming Gangs and barely literate Charver Communities, with some Radical Mosque Goodness throw in.

    Thanks.

  180. @Malcolm X-Lax
    Steven Miller's face should be on Mt. Rushmore. For a jew to go against the tribe like this takes balls of steel. I'd like to see an interview with his parents.

    Malcolm X-Lax,

    I’ve heard contrasting things about Stephen Miller’s parents. One train of thought is that they are quintessentially liberal Democrats. The other is that they are Republicans who have been driven out of various synagogues for their forbidden politics. For me, I hope it’s the latter!

  181. @ThreeCranes
    Here's an intersectional question; nationalism vs. cultural assimilation vs. genetics.

    In a head to head matchup, would the Pakistanis, Syrians, Nigerians et al. denizens of London root for England in the World Cup or for their native Islamic lands? or for any Islamic nation in preference to an infidel nation including the one they live in?

    “In a head to head matchup, would the Pakistanis, Syrians, Nigerians et al. denizens of London root for England in the World Cup or for their native Islamic lands? or for any Islamic nation in preference to an infidel nation including the one they live in?”

    Not even Mexicans root for the football team of the White country they immigrate or were born into and Mexicans are Catholic a religion that is way more compatible with Western civilization than Islam will ever be. So what makes you think Muslims will be any different.

  182. @Old Palo Altan
    No, they did it because they were wholly given over to the cult of Satan, to whom they of course gave another name.
    The Catholic Spain of old saved them from this perpetual blood sacrifice by bearing aloft the Sacred Host, the true Body and Blood of the one-time and for all time sacrificed Son of God.
    Mel Gibson shows this in an unforgetable way at the end of his masterpiece Apocalypto.

    *Spoilers*

    It has been quite a few years since I have seen Apocalypto. However my interpretation is different. I see the movie as an allegory for white civilization. The Mayan empire is cruel, decadent, evil and pointless, much like our own. It has lost its way. The hero is just a guy who would be grist for that empire, just a regular guy with a family from a small tribe. Mayan civilization means to destroy him and his family, like it has others.

    He escapes from them, and raises a family. At the end of the film, the decadent Mayan civilization faces for the first time an external threat, one that is truly to be feared. (Which is btw European civilization at the height of its powers, possessing the high technology of the era, self confident, brutal, fearsome and awesome.) Maybe instead of attacking kinfolk and wasting their energy with what they were doing, the Mayans should have been advancing their own capabilities so that they could meet such a threat.

    So I take it that our own corrupt PC civilization that chews up and spits out its own people is much the same. It is meeting external threats and has no counter to them at present. It is best for us to raise families as preparation for the next phase, much like Jaguar Paw.

  183. @Thomm

    He is from India.
     
    Nope. Wrong again. But you even think Thorfinsson and DB Cooper are from India, so that shows how dumb you are.

    Utu, of course, is a black African, as another commenter informed me. He also admitted to being a homosexual.

    Thomm:

    So utu is a black homosexual! Showing once again that The Unz Review casts a very wide net!!

    • Replies: @Thomm

    So utu is a black homosexual! Showing once again that The Unz Review casts a very wide net!!
     
    Yes, he is. He is a pure African from the Congo. His name 'utu' is short for 'Mobutu', as I have been informed by a couple of old-timers.
  184. @ThreeCranes
    Here's an intersectional question; nationalism vs. cultural assimilation vs. genetics.

    In a head to head matchup, would the Pakistanis, Syrians, Nigerians et al. denizens of London root for England in the World Cup or for their native Islamic lands? or for any Islamic nation in preference to an infidel nation including the one they live in?

    /sarc

  185. @Dan Hayes
    Thomm:

    So utu is a black homosexual! Showing once again that The Unz Review casts a very wide net!!

    So utu is a black homosexual! Showing once again that The Unz Review casts a very wide net!!

    Yes, he is. He is a pure African from the Congo. His name ‘utu’ is short for ‘Mobutu’, as I have been informed by a couple of old-timers.

  186. @Steve Sailer
    Two Albanian soccer players made Albanian nationalist gestures after scoring goals for their adopted Switzerland team.

    Why am I not surprised?

  187. @Anon
    It's the white elites who are now sacrificing their own peoples. Look at Merkel. Look at Spain taking in more Africans.

    Also, the West sacrifices any nation for the interests of Zion.

    Look at the state of Yemen. Because its rebels are allied with Iran, the whole nation must be destroyed.

    Mexico is a vile combo of Conquistador mentality and Aztec nihilism.
    The combo of both strains can be seen in the:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Santa_Muerte

    “Mexico is a vile combo of Conquistador mentality and Aztec nihilism.”

    By God, that’s searing indictment. Has the ring of truth too.

  188. @Hapalong Cassidy
    Contrary to what most here believe, I’m not convinced that would have been a terrible idea. We could have taken the Baja Peninsula and all of the country north of the Valley of Mexico (where then as now, the bulk of Mexico’s population lives). That would have made for a much more defensible border, and then what remained of the Mexican population north of that border (which would probably be less Indian than those living to the south) could have been assimilated, and would probably speak English today.

    You are correct. My thoughts exactly.

    Fast forward to today’s situation, their underclass is already here. We wouldn’t be worse off at all if we annexed the whole country.

    The drug lords would leave as they could not operate within what is now the USA.

    We could send US blacks down to Chiapas and Guadalajara. They can block out the Central Americans from coming in.

    We gain tons of coastline, natural resources, and good-weather locations.

    We have a MUCH smaller and more defensible border.

    The combined country would be about 35% Hispanic, but it is blacks that would be shrunk down to under 10% and dispersed across a larger area. Spanish language would become somewhat more important, but 2nd-gen Mexican Americans have good English anyway.

    Ron Unz would support this plan too.

  189. @Gemjunior
    Yes! You’re right. And Coulter never seems to get that Kennedy was just goyim window dressing, at a time in our country when the Kennedy’s held clout. The Kennedys were and still are - God knows why they still are - totally overexposed to the point of being actually annoying. IMHO. I mean, isn’t their time up already? I know I’m tired of their liberal stupidity. Coulter is someone who writes good books though. I’m not totally fond of all her stuff but I admire her willingness to speak her mind when most people just go along to get along. The Hart-Cellar Act was one of the worst things in American history, and that’s a fact.

    The Kennedys have always coasted on their looks.

  190. @istevefan

    It wasn’t until the goal posts were moved starting in 1965 thanks to the brothers Kennedy,
     
    Give credit where credit is due. Emanuel Celler wrote the bill which was the culmination of almost 40 years of his congressional career. He introduced it into the House, Phil Hart introduced it into the Senate, and LBJ signed it into law.

    Teddy Kennedy was a first term senator who has become the safe guy to blame by Ann Coulter and Rush Limbaugh.

    Oh come on. The cachet of the Kennedy name imbued the project with all kinds of unearned merit. Teddy was, in a sea of disgusting Democrat whores, the prom queen. So much so that he could get away with murder – literally.

    Blame the Joos in Cellar, and the Irishman Phil Hart, but this was Kennedy claiming his stake in the destruction of America. Kennedy was a traitor. And you Kennedy lovers have averted your gaze to Teddy’s sins.

  191. @Hockamaw
    It is true that the Catholicism of the Amerindian Mexicans is very, very weird. In San Juan, Texas (which is basically Mexico) there is a huge nominally Catholic (and officially sanctioned by the Church) shrine where they venerate and ascribe supernatural powers to this little doll. It’s the strangest thing I’ve ever seen. It’s shocking to me that the Church condones this practice but I guess it’s harmless if it gets them to behave and say their Padre Nuestros.

    See the doll here: Virgin de San Juan de los Lagos https://goo.gl/images/DMkgui

    The “doll” is a statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary. It’s as “shocking” as the plain church architecture of the Quakers and the Congregationalists.

    • Replies: @Anon

    "shocking” as the plain church architecture of the Quakers and the Congregationalists.
     
    That can get pretty shocking: https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRSIofzO6eE1U3bvTLs12LkymzVWfypLYDTvs_s7JyOLEI-coI3oQ

    https://storage.googleapis.com/afs-prod/media/media:2fdd2a135f9a4016aabbfef7e65857de/800.jpeg

  192. @Hibernian
    The "doll" is a statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary. It's as "shocking" as the plain church architecture of the Quakers and the Congregationalists.

    “shocking” as the plain church architecture of the Quakers and the Congregationalists.

    That can get pretty shocking: https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRSIofzO6eE1U3bvTLs12LkymzVWfypLYDTvs_s7JyOLEI-coI3oQ

    • LOL: Hibernian
  193. Anon[199] • Disclaimer says:
    @BenKenobi
    You will never rack up a 1000 kill streak with sword and lance on horseback.

    Why even live?

    Or find that the rest of your comrades have retreated from the palace, many literally drowning due to the treasure in their pockets, and you are surrounded by three thousand Aztec Warriors. So, backed against a burning bridge, you kill dozens before turning, running, and pole-vaulting across the flaming, blood choked canal.

    ‘Alvarado’s Leap’ is, as far as I know, the only official landmark (now a regular highway bridge) commemorating the Conquistadores in all of the DF. Which is ironic, because Lt. Alvarado was easily the most blood-thirsty of Cortes’s company.

    Still a pretty fucking heavy-metal apex to a very vigorous life though.

  194. @Anonymous
    It was the witches who were 'sacrificing people to their religion' and who are the European kindred of these Aztec priests. The Christian position on both groups is consistent.

    It was the witches who were ‘sacrificing people to their religion’ and who are the European kindred of these Aztec priests. The Christian position on both groups is consistent.

    I take your point, but there’s scale to consider. Carthage shows signs of practicing child sacrifice on a scale to rival the Aztecs, but offhand I don’t know of any European civilizations in the running.

    • Replies: @syonredux

    Carthage shows signs of practicing child sacrifice on a scale to rival the Aztecs, but offhand I don’t know of any European civilizations in the running.
     
    Does even Carthage come close to the Aztecs in the human sacrifice department? From what I've read, the Aztecs surpass everybody else in that category....by a considerable margin.
  195. @Svigor

    It was the witches who were ‘sacrificing people to their religion’ and who are the European kindred of these Aztec priests. The Christian position on both groups is consistent.
     
    I take your point, but there's scale to consider. Carthage shows signs of practicing child sacrifice on a scale to rival the Aztecs, but offhand I don't know of any European civilizations in the running.

    Carthage shows signs of practicing child sacrifice on a scale to rival the Aztecs, but offhand I don’t know of any European civilizations in the running.

    Does even Carthage come close to the Aztecs in the human sacrifice department? From what I’ve read, the Aztecs surpass everybody else in that category….by a considerable margin.

    • Replies: @Svigor
    I don't know - never compared the two. I just know that if I was searching for something comparable in (or proximate to) Western history, I'd start with Carthage (must be what Freud admired so much about them).

    Now, if we ease up the criteria, the Mongols give the Aztecs a run. Mass murder wasn't their religion, but it might as well have been.

  196. @Anon
    The Viking way

    https://www.toptenz.net/10-fascinating-facts-viking-funerals.php

    The Roman way

    https://www.biblicalarchaeology.org/daily/biblical-topics/crucifixion/roman-crucifixion-methods-reveal-the-history-of-crucifixion/

    Crazy world:

    http://www.historyrundown.com/10-most-cruel-execution-methods-of-all-time/

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scaphism

    And the West is now carrying out Mass Cuckrifice of the entire civilization. And it destroyed millions of Muslim lives to appease Zion. Albright said 500,000 dead Iraqi kids by starvation or torture were worth it.

    https://twitter.com/Skototaxis/status/1010088625315475456

    The Viking way

    In terms of horror and numbers, it doesn’t come near the Mexica.

    The Roman way

    Which was in response to things like slave revolts……The Mexica, in contrast, did it on a ritual basis, year in, year out…..

  197. @Hapalong Cassidy
    Contrary to what most here believe, I’m not convinced that would have been a terrible idea. We could have taken the Baja Peninsula and all of the country north of the Valley of Mexico (where then as now, the bulk of Mexico’s population lives). That would have made for a much more defensible border, and then what remained of the Mexican population north of that border (which would probably be less Indian than those living to the south) could have been assimilated, and would probably speak English today.

    You are forgetting one thing: religion.

    The real Americans were already worried about the Catholics from Ireland pouring in to Boston and New York.
    They were less than enamoured by the thought of a few million more being added to their number from a remnant of Catholic and deeply reactionary Spain, a subject they knew quite a bit about (or thought they did) thanks to the earlier of the histories of Spain and South America written by William H. Prescott.

  198. @syonredux

    Carthage shows signs of practicing child sacrifice on a scale to rival the Aztecs, but offhand I don’t know of any European civilizations in the running.
     
    Does even Carthage come close to the Aztecs in the human sacrifice department? From what I've read, the Aztecs surpass everybody else in that category....by a considerable margin.

    I don’t know – never compared the two. I just know that if I was searching for something comparable in (or proximate to) Western history, I’d start with Carthage (must be what Freud admired so much about them).

    Now, if we ease up the criteria, the Mongols give the Aztecs a run. Mass murder wasn’t their religion, but it might as well have been.

  199. @Charles Erwin Wilson II

    You know because if you’re going to sacrifice people to your religion it’s much better to burn them in the efficient organized German manner
     
    tu quoque fallacy

    I believe steve’s argument originally was: There was massive human sacrifice by the mexica 500 plus years ago in what is now present day Mexico. We’re getting massive immigration from Mexico today, so is it a good idea to let in immigrants descended from these human sacrificing mexica? No, it is not. If we do then that’s the way our country will become, because the character of a country is determined by the character of its people. (This is not a fallacy of composition because it is a sound statement)

    I brought up the European practice of burning people alive to illustrate that just because a group of people engaged in reprehensible conduct 500 years ago it is not necessarily salient to their current practices or indication of their current way of being.

    The US and Brazil had slavery less than 200 years ago, and some Australians are descended from criminals. should they be banned from immigrating anywhere because of this past? No

    I think it is better to judge immigrants and people by their present day behavior and not the past.

    After I made my original comment Steve later added another article about a mass skull grave in present day Mexico. Now, that’s a more salient point as to the quality of the people coming now! (Yeah, Steve!)

    It is interesting to note though that the current narco violence began in the late 2000’s. Steve sailer will himself confirm Mexico was a much safer country to travel when he was a child. Perhaps Steve should apply his 120 iq to figuring out what changed as opposed to making poor arguments against mass illegal Mexican immigration.

    Another point, most of the Mexicans coming now are not descended from the mexica but other groups like mixtecos, zapotecos, and Afro-Mexicans. So the connection to the mexica is not even relevant. That’s like someone being prejudiced against Italians because the Belgians committed some atrocity 500 years ago.

    More to the point, I assume Steve Sailer wants a majority white country and prefers no Mexicans in the US regardless of how great they may be. That’s a perfectly fine thing to want and he shouldn’t waste his 1 1/3 sd iq making insincere arguments. He should simply say: look, I and most other whites just want to be around other whites and we don’t want any Mexicans in our country. So we will no longer allow Mexican immigration legal or illegal and we will move to repatriate US citizens of Mexican descent back to Mexico. I’d wager 12 months of mortgage payments that is Steve’s actual opinion. If it is, I’d like to have an honest discussion as to how Mexicans and whites can make this happen in a civil and peaceful manner.

    • Replies: @BB753
    "I think it is better to judge immigrants and people by their present day behavior and not the past."

    That's been Steve Sailer position for years. And Mexicans fall short of this test.
  200. @Malcolm X-Lax
    I was saw a black guy, some rapper, and a Hispanic dude bond over the following declaration. Black guy to Hispanic: "That's right! We wuz building big, mathematical buildings and shit while those Euro-peons was hunched over in caves!" He might also have said we were crawling around on all fours but this was like 25 years ago and memory is imperfect. I think it was KRS-One. Also, everyone should read Bernal Diaz's Conquest of New Spain. A first person account of the conquest of the Aztecs. It's an amazing story.

    I also heartily recommend Alvar Nunez Cabeza de Vaca’s account of the failed Florida Narvaez expedition in his book “Shipwrecks”. He travelled from Florida to Texas, until he was rescued by Spanish authorities in Mexico, with Indian tribes, sometimes voluntarily , sometimes as as a slave. The poverty and backwardness Gulf Coast Indians lived in was incredible and indeed puzzling.
    It’s a short but riveting read, which can be found online.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Álvar_Núñez_Cabeza_de_Vaca

  201. @Dumbmex
    I believe steve’s argument originally was: There was massive human sacrifice by the mexica 500 plus years ago in what is now present day Mexico. We’re getting massive immigration from Mexico today, so is it a good idea to let in immigrants descended from these human sacrificing mexica? No, it is not. If we do then that’s the way our country will become, because the character of a country is determined by the character of its people. (This is not a fallacy of composition because it is a sound statement)

    I brought up the European practice of burning people alive to illustrate that just because a group of people engaged in reprehensible conduct 500 years ago it is not necessarily salient to their current practices or indication of their current way of being.

    The US and Brazil had slavery less than 200 years ago, and some Australians are descended from criminals. should they be banned from immigrating anywhere because of this past? No

    I think it is better to judge immigrants and people by their present day behavior and not the past.

    After I made my original comment Steve later added another article about a mass skull grave in present day Mexico. Now, that’s a more salient point as to the quality of the people coming now! (Yeah, Steve!)

    It is interesting to note though that the current narco violence began in the late 2000’s. Steve sailer will himself confirm Mexico was a much safer country to travel when he was a child. Perhaps Steve should apply his 120 iq to figuring out what changed as opposed to making poor arguments against mass illegal Mexican immigration.

    Another point, most of the Mexicans coming now are not descended from the mexica but other groups like mixtecos, zapotecos, and Afro-Mexicans. So the connection to the mexica is not even relevant. That’s like someone being prejudiced against Italians because the Belgians committed some atrocity 500 years ago.

    More to the point, I assume Steve Sailer wants a majority white country and prefers no Mexicans in the US regardless of how great they may be. That’s a perfectly fine thing to want and he shouldn’t waste his 1 1/3 sd iq making insincere arguments. He should simply say: look, I and most other whites just want to be around other whites and we don’t want any Mexicans in our country. So we will no longer allow Mexican immigration legal or illegal and we will move to repatriate US citizens of Mexican descent back to Mexico. I’d wager 12 months of mortgage payments that is Steve’s actual opinion. If it is, I’d like to have an honest discussion as to how Mexicans and whites can make this happen in a civil and peaceful manner.

    “I think it is better to judge immigrants and people by their present day behavior and not the past.”

    That’s been Steve Sailer position for years. And Mexicans fall short of this test.

  202. @Anon
    It's the white elites who are now sacrificing their own peoples. Look at Merkel. Look at Spain taking in more Africans.

    Also, the West sacrifices any nation for the interests of Zion.

    Look at the state of Yemen. Because its rebels are allied with Iran, the whole nation must be destroyed.

    Mexico is a vile combo of Conquistador mentality and Aztec nihilism.
    The combo of both strains can be seen in the:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Santa_Muerte

    “Mexico is a vile combo of Conquistador mentality and Aztec nihilism.”

    I agree with you but allow me to rephrase your sentence :

    Mexico is a vile combo of Baroque Spanish fatalistic mentality and Aztec nihilism and barbarism.

  203. @J.Ross
    The first time I properly appreciated the conquistadors was that excerpt Jared Diamond quotes (in a possible self-sabotage), the one where the unified host of a continental empire is totally routed by about twenty guys. There's just no explaining that one away.

    Pizarro’s conquest of the Inca Empire was no small feat either, given that the Incas ran a larger and better organized empire than the Aztecs.
    Not even the liberal Wikipedia manages to belittle Pizarro’s prowess. The man had balls of steel.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Cajamarca

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    The American megafaunal mammals were driven to extinction thousands of years ago because they didn't understand that humans were dangerous despite their small size.

    The Inca and Aztecs were destroyed because they didn't realise that the Spanish were dangerous despite their small numbers.
  204. Anonymous[400] • Disclaimer says:
    @JohnnyWalker123
    Have any of you guys seen Apolacypto? The movie was directed by Mel Gibson and released in 2006. The movie is set in pre-Euro Mayan era of Mexico. It's very brutal, but I liked it.

    Here's the trailer. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ngWBddVNVZs

    Here's the part where they conduct a human sacrifice. Warning NSFW. Watch from 1:30-2:50

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aG8WqEyXIyc

    It seems like the pre-Euro Central&South Americans were very fascinated by torture, blood sacrifices, death, pain, religious rituals, superstitions, spirits, jungle animals, hunting, war, and astronomy. They were basically a very advanced form of hunter-gatherer.

    If you look at Central&South Americans even today (especially if you look in areas with substanial "Indio" ancestry), you'll see remnants of that culture. It's often reflected in their movies/tv, tattoos (often of skulls), Halloween celebrations ("dio de los muertos"), and even their religious practices. The way they practice their Catholicism places emphasis on the torture of Jesus Christ, his pain, and blood sacrifice he made for humanity. Their Catholicism also is very infused with all type of pre-Euro traditions, often of a very macabre nature.

    See this video about Santa Muerte, which mixes Catholicism and death worship. This fascinating news story is worth watching.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ILKnScNCJ-Y

    Steve even blogged about this.

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/nyt-santa-muerte-tattoos-making-white/

    http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2014/us/the-way-north.html?hp&_r=0#p/9

    The way they practice their Catholicism places emphasis on the torture of Jesus Christ, his pain, and blood sacrifice he made for humanity. Their Catholicism also is very infused with all type of pre-Euro traditions, often of a very macabre nature.

    This is not unlike Old World Catholicism, which is likely why Catholic authorities tolerated this sort of development of Catholicism in the New World. Traditional Catholics practice things like mortification and focus on the physical pain and torture of Christ. This is why Gibson’s Passion was especially explicit in its depictions of the Crucifixion and was shocking to many non traditional Catholics.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3146906/Haunting-images-preserved-saints-remains-displayed-faithful-venerate-Italy.html

  205. Anonymous[170] • Disclaimer says:
    @BB753
    Pizarro's conquest of the Inca Empire was no small feat either, given that the Incas ran a larger and better organized empire than the Aztecs.
    Not even the liberal Wikipedia manages to belittle Pizarro's prowess. The man had balls of steel.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Cajamarca

    The American megafaunal mammals were driven to extinction thousands of years ago because they didn’t understand that humans were dangerous despite their small size.

    The Inca and Aztecs were destroyed because they didn’t realise that the Spanish were dangerous despite their small numbers.

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