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Céline half joked, “If you stay anywhere long enough, everyone and everything will stink up, just for your special benefit.” Without this pungency, however, there is no real understanding of anything, and Céline knew this as well as anyone. With tremendous physical and mental courage, the man endured. He survived being wounded in WWI, a year in Africa, a month in America, being a slum doctor for decades, WWII and the consequences of being an anti-Semite, everything but his first marriage.

I first encountered Céline as a 22-year-old, living in a crappy shell-of-a-house in grim Grays Ferry, and paying all of $25 a month for rent. Filled with illusions and vanity, I had no idea Philadelphia would be my life, would define me, but it’s perfect, this fate, for everyone must stay somewhere long enough for everything to become richly three dimensional, with a complex and nuanced history.

Thirty of my 54 years have been spent in Philly, and walking or crawling, I’ve measured this city with my body, for I don’t drive. As a housepainter, house cleaner and window washer for over a decade, I worked in dozens of neighborhoods, and I’ve roamed around many more, so just about every Philly tree or trash can addresses me by name. Behind this bush at 34th and Walnut, I once slept. At 11th and South, I was nearly mugged by a guy wielding a hammer. The last three months, then, have been one drawn-out goodbye, filled with last glimpses of places and faces.

Goodbye, then, to Point Breeze, with the lovely Rose in Sit On It. Months after I’d written about the 54-year-old, she told me more about herself. She was born of a Dominican mother and African father, of which country, she’s not quite sure, for she never really knew him. Rose’s mom was a bartender. “When I was 14, my mom came home at around 3 in the morning, woke me up and force me to iron her dress. Being sleepy, I burnt it, you know, and this pissed her off so much, she made me take my clothes off and get in the shower, then she burned me all over with the red-hot iron! I ran downstairs and hid in the utility closet, but I couldn’t deal with the pain, you know, so I knocked on a neighbor’s door. I can still remember the man’s face as he called out to his wife, ‘Martha, there’s a naked woman at our door.’ When his wife came out, she said, ‘That’s not a woman, Robert. That’s a child!’”

Rose never lived with her mom again. She worked her tail off, married early, had two kids, but was so depressed, she ballooned to 275 pounds, all on a 4-foot-10 frame. Now free from her abusive husband and amazingly down to 130 pounds, Rose’s as cheerful and sweet as can be.

“You know what I’d like to do someday? Take a cruise!”

“Which country would you like to go to, Rose?”

“Oh, I don’t know, maybe Hawaii?”

Goodbye to Dirty Frank’s, which I’ve also written about, including in a poem that mentions Skinny Dave and Sheila Modglin. The first is dead of an overdose, and Sheila is still in the hospital, after being hit by a car four days after the Eagles’ Super Bowl victory, as the entire city was partying away. Though merely a bartender, Sheila started a non-profit, Sunshine Arts, that provided all sorts of classes, and an occasional field trip, for the kids in her Upper Darby neighborhood. Buzzed, I’d shout out, “You’re a saint, Sheila! A saint!” Everyone agreed. Now, Sheila’s a bedridden, speechless angel.

When I was in Frank’s in the 80’s and 90’s, I would see Uncle Moe, a silent, stooping man, nursing his Yuengling in the corner. Twenty years later, I would find out that Uncle Moe was actually a pill pusher. He’d start out his day with a lox and bagel at 4th Street Deli, drop into Friendly Lounge for his morning beer, then drift across town until he ended up at Dirty Frank’s, two miles away, his leisurely lifestyle supported by drug dealing.

On Delaware Avenue, there are more beggars than ever, and nearly all of them white, dirty and wasting away. Seeing these likely junkies, my friend Felix would bitterly joke, “They’re sure enjoying their white privilege.”

Goodbye to 9th and Market, where the electronic news ticker dismally announces, “In the opioid epidemic, breastfeeding emerges as a possible crime.”

Goodbye, too, to Suburban Station. With its tacky shops, seedy eateries, confusing passageways and underlit, tucked away corners, it’s a magnet for the homeless, drifters, assorted weirdos and busking musicians. In 2013, I wrote a poem about a competent through diffident guitarist who strummed outside the Dollar Store. Once, Tony had made OK money as a pizza deliveryman in Cape May, then came the drugs and rehab, so now, he was reduced to living in a house with a bunch of pigs, including one who consistently splattered and smeared the toilet seat.

In 2015, I ran into another Tony. A serious 23-years-old, Anthony Coleman had a large sign around his neck, “When you first look at me, do you see… / A black man? / OR / A human being?” Next to him was another sign, “Will you stand for LOVE and TRUTH? / Join the Movement!” Armed with a high school education and almost no work experience, Anthony was not just interested in becoming a life coach, but a revolutionary thinker and global leader of love and peace, “In ten years, I see… the Human Race Movement established. I have a team go across the country, to be featured in schools. They go into different businesses and talk to different people. I even see them go overseas.”

Goodbye to 12th and Chesnut, where in 2015 I met a homeless man with an IQ of 165. John’s SAT score was 1560, just 40 short of the maximum. When I confessed that mine was only 1110, John laughed, “I hear McDonald’s is hiring.”

After earning his PhD in applied mathematics from UPenn at 20-years-old, John worked for 18 years in a bunch of countries for the Defense Intelligence Agency and US Army, then he was diagnosed with schizophrenia.

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With his monthly pension of $2,700, John should have been OK, except that he’s contributing $2,000 to his mom’s nursing home cost, “At first we had her in a cheaper nursing home, but we visited her on Tuesday, and she’s wearing a sunflower dress with a mustard stain, and when we visited her on Saturday, she’s wearing the same sunflower dress with the mustard stain, plus ketchup and chili stains. When you have Alzheimer’s, you really need one-on-one care at meal time, and she wasn’t getting that. If no one is paying attention to you, you may not eat at all. It is a sacrifice, but I don’t see it as a sacrifice. I’m happy to take care of mother.”

To not panic constantly over nothing, John had to take seven psychotropic drugs daily, “I’m usually not this social. I have a hard time talking to people,” because they’re just too insufferably stupid, basically. “When you have an IQ of 165, regular people are like special need kids. They’re retarded. Once you go below a hundred, you’re talking about a chimpanzee, dude, or a severely retarded human being. If I meet someone with an IQ of 120, which is considered pretty smart, it’s like I’m talking to a bonobo. Bonobos are almost humans.”

Seeing two freaks on the ground, a young, attractive and bright-faced woman smiled at us, so I blurted, “She smiled at us, did you see? I don’t fuckin’ care how smart she is. She has a great spirit. She smiled at us, for no reason!”

“But how can you have a conversation with her afterwards?”

“You can ask her, I don’t know, how she feels?”

“I don’t care what she feels! I don’t care if she feels.”

In case you don’t already know, Philadelphia is filled with geniuses. Just yesterday, I met one more, 65-ish Jim, in the Friendly Lounge, “I’m a genius. I’m a combination of Albert Einstein, H.G. Well and Thomas Edison. I’m trying to give you an education here. I’m an astronomer. The nearest galaxy is the Andromedy Galaxy. It’s two million light years away from us. In other word, it would take us two million light years back in time. There’s a billion galaxies out there, so we’re not going to argue the fact that the universe is vast. I know it, everyone is gleaning on my knowledge. I’m very humble. The universe is vast, and the earth is small, but, ah, we can’t get there.

“I live in Upper Darby, since you asked. I don’t want to know where you live. I’d rather live in Maine, yeah, or Canada, anywhere but here, or Iceland! I’d like to go where people leave you alone. I don’t like to be bothered. I don’t like people.

“This is Washington Avenue. What would George Washington think if he saw this city right now, this disgusting street, with all these ugly things? Except for the Friendly Bar. Except, fuck yeah, for the Friendly Bar!”

There’s nothing more common than a man who grossly overestimates his own intelligence, and since everything beyond his grasp is invisible to him, he may even fancy that he’s the sum of all knowledge, more or less, minus a few trivia not worth noticing.

In 1896, Chekhov wrote, “Look at life. There is the insolence and idleness of the strong, the ignorance and brutishness of the weak, horrible poverty everywhere, overcrowding, degeneration, drunkenness, hypocrisy, lying. Yet in all the houses and on the streets there is peace and quiet. We see the people who go to the market, eat by day, sleep by night, who babble nonsense, marry, grow old, good naturedly drag their dead to the cemetery, but we do not see or hear who suffer. What is terrible in life goes on somewhere behind the scenes. Everything is peace and quiet and only mute statistics protest.”

Soon enough, though, there would be more than mute statistics protesting, and Russia would never be the same. A cataclysm awaits this country also, but in the meantime, the good-hearted camaraderie and banter still reign in the Philly dives I love so much.

In Nickels, a woman in her mid-40’s shouted to a man across the bar, “You’re so good looking, you should thank your mother!” She then turned to the rest of us, “You’re good looking too, and so are you, you and you!”

Bill the carpenter then said to Felix and me, “You guys are artists. You are so rich.” He’s right. Philly has enriched me immeasurably. One can’t live on stories alone, however, and that’s why I must pack my bags.

In an unflinching recent essay, Ron Unz pointed out that “a substantial fraction of our population has been reduced to a 21st century version of the drunken, ignorant, exploited, indebted, impoverished, and immiserated Slavic peasantry of the Jewish-dominated Pale of Settlement,” and though the peons are becoming increasingly enraged, they’re only aiming their ire at at trumped up, media hyped targets and scapegoats, but what do you expect from a population that’s ever more relentlessly brainwashed?

No meaningful resistance against our criminal overlords can begin unless we probe, purge and overhaul our banking, media and educational system, for there dwell the main traitors and perverters of this country.

It’s getting late. Goodnight, then, to this purposely imploding nation.

Linh Dinh’s latest books are Postcards from the End of America (non-fiction) and A Mere Rica (poetry). He maintains a regularly updated photo blog.

 
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  1. Dan Hayes says:

    Hi Ling,

    good night, sweet prince / and flights of angels sing thee to thy rest

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  2. mcohen says:

    The “criminal overlords” did it.lol.

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    • Replies: @byrresheim
    The criminal overlords, indeed.
    And their commissariat.
    And those who believe they belong to the commissariat.
    , @prusmc
    Too much talk and too much truth about the banking, media and educational traitors who pervert this country will get this Lihn guy shadow blocked, banned or Arkansicided. Probably best for him to say sayonara to the USSA.
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  3. @mcohen
    The "criminal overlords" did it.lol.

    The criminal overlords, indeed.
    And their commissariat.
    And those who believe they belong to the commissariat.

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  4. Biff says:

    I can see how 30% of the U.S. population could identify with Linh and his work(if only he had a medium to reach them all – he would be famous – and probably subsequently nailed to a cross[by the last 40%])

    I can see how the next 30% could somewhat identify, but not completely, because they are still one or two paychecks ahead of the other 30%.

    Then I can see how the next 30% of the U.S. populations loathe him, simply because if you read/listen to the U.S. media, as they do, you will learn to hate the oppressed and love the oppressor.

    The next nine percent are, and will become to most unhappiest, stubbornness, and most paranoid segment of them all.

    The last one percent seem to always get away with their crimes.

    The last 40% are the danger.

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  5. Seeing two freaks on the ground, a young, attractive and bright-faced woman smiled at us, so I blurted, “She smiled at us, did you see? I don’t fuckin’ care how smart she is. She has a great spirit. She smiled at us, for no reason!”

    “But how can you have a conversation with her afterwards?”

    “You can ask her, I don’t know, how she feels?”

    “I don’t care what she feels! I don’t care if she feels.”

    You should have Zenned him: Don’t do it, just be.

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  6. What is the writer trying to say ?

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    • Replies: @jacques sheete

    What is the writer trying to say ?

     

    He's not trying to say anything. He said what he meant and meant what he said. He has already accomplished saying what he has to say, many times, and in quite a fine and admirable fashion. "Genius" grade, in fact, and I thank RU for publishing such high quality , unique and honest work.

    I do not detect so much as a wisp of ambiguity here, for instance.:

    No meaningful resistance against our criminal overlords can begin unless we probe, purge and overhaul our banking, media and educational system, for there dwell the main traitors and perverters of this country.

     

    He also often questions the cliches about American greatness, general prosperity, justice and freedom.
    , @Jim Christian
    Jilles, you need to go back and back in time and read Linh. Buckle your seat belt and prepare to read of the downfall at the grass roots. It ain't pretty, but it's what this country turned the people into. I cannot wait to see how the agents, the teachers and academia who are certainly not protected insiders, cope with the end-game when it starts getting ugly. They're the ones I'll come find when I need food and shelter and their women. E-Z pickins'
    , @Si1ver1ock

    What is the writer trying to say ?
     
    So long, And Thanks For all The Fish.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ojydNb3Lrrs
    , @Che Guava
    As typical, he is presenting himself as a lone figure, which is, and has for many years been, false.

    When first encountering this site and much liking his writing, he was complaining about how the Viet state was banning him from there, his homeland.

    This was not long ago, I was expressing my sympathy, alone among Unz commentors.

    However, a change of wind in the Viet. Govt. encouraged his return, so he has. ... with his wife of many years.

    The recent articles are an elongated dying swan departure. Taking many months.

    Dinh can cast any insult at me, I don't care.

    Certainly glad that I did not go to his literary soiree in wealthy S-W Tokyo.

    Also, given hostility, glad that he was having no interest in places that i had been thinking to show, plainly, happy that I was not to making the error of meeting in any way.
    , @Tony
    Not much. Dude writes like a druggie burnout. I dont waste much time reading his nonsense.
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  7. Da Wei says:

    Thanks, Lind Dinh, for another fine piece of work.

    In the old style of fighting, the fight ain’t over if you can make scratch. Maybe we can get up to make scratch and fight, yet.

    Good Luck to You!

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  8. eah says:

    No meaningful resistance against our criminal overlords can begin unless we probe, purge and overhaul our banking, media and educational system, for there dwell the main traitors and perverters of this country.

    I won’t argue with this analysis/diagnosis…

    It’s getting late. Goodnight, then, to this purposely imploding nation.

    …which implies it is being purposely ‘imploded’.

    One can say you’ve done your part to ‘sound the alarm’ — good luck Mr Linh Dinh.

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  9. Lihn,

    No regrets. You got to see the Birds win a Super Bowl. Perfect time to make your exit from the City of Brotherly Love.

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    • Replies: @Johann
    Auf wiedersehen Linh and don’t worry about Philly , Jim Kinney and his Irish mafia and his Iggles will keep things running smoothly.
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  10. I just watched a Noam Chomsky interview. Chomsky, a Philadelphia native, was asked why he got his bachelor’s, master’s, and doctorate all at UPenn. He said the people he knew didn’t go away to school so he went to a local college.

    65-ish Jim is in the manic phase of his bipolar disorder.

    Thanks for your writings Linh.

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    I believe UPenn , like Harvard and Oxford, is a hotbed for spooks. MIT - where Chomsky spent many years - is as well.
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  11. “No meaningful resistance against our criminal overlords can begin unless we probe, purge and overhaul our banking, media and educational system, for there dwell the main traitors and perverters of this country.”
    That indeed says it all, but don’t hold your breath as that ship has long sailed off. The overlords already own the Presidency, Congress, The Judiciary, Wall Street, Academia, and all the instruments of power to do as they wish. We, the weak, can only waste away and suffer as you have observed.
    All the best to you.

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  12. survivers from the titanic:65per cent 1st class

    20per cent 2nd class

    0per cent steerage

    says it all really.good luck to you and yours linh.find a good pub with decent beer and you will be ok.
    leave an address and we’ll all visit one day.cheers

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    "survivers from the titanic:65per cent 1st class

    20per cent 2nd class

    0per cent steerage"
     
    Not true. If you were a woman or child in steerage, you had slightly better odds of surviving than a first class male passenger.

    Worst odds were second class males, only 8% survived. Best odds - second class children - 100% survived.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RMS_Titanic#Survivors_and_victims
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  13. Hate to see you go especially as we are on the cusp of revolution. There will be guillotines, rivers of blood, raging crowds marching through American streets with politicians’ heads on pikes. In the middle of winter the purge of Israelis who hijacked our government will begin with more force and determination than Erdogan’s purge of Gulen acolytes, they will be set on bobbing ice floes and pushed out into the Atlantic with a friendly admonition to paddle their way to their alleged state of Israel.

    Think of all the fun you’re going to miss!

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    • Replies: @prusmc
    Dream on! Sad for us that is deplorables and 60 percent of the Unz fans that will be receiving the violence with no effective (organized) push back.
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  14. Lelle says:

    Doom and gloom.

    If life in the US is so hard, why are there so many knocking at the door? As I recall, there are talks about building a wall to prevent people from entering?

    Linh Dinh is a gifted writer, he can express himself like poets can however that is not the same as telling the truth or depicting the reality in an honest way.

    The guy with the IQ 165 does not seems very smart, why didn´t he realize for instance that buying shares in the tech sector ten years ago would make him extremely rich? People with high intelligence are not equipped with common sense, look at the math genius Nash. He believed that extra terrestrials tried to contact him by code in the NYT.

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    The people that want to immigrate to the United States are not Western Europeans. I'm not even sure most Eastern Europeans really want to immigrate to the United States. '

    The people knocking on the door of the United States are Mestizos and Indians from Latin America-you'll meet very few middle-class Argentinians of Italian ancestry trying to immigrate.

    The Asians that do immigrate do so to niche pockets of their countrymen or because of a work contract in Silicone Valley-and many of them return.

    Not many of them want to immigrate to Flint, Michigan or the hollers of the Flyover.

    However, Europe could get so bad that maybe Swedes will start immigrating to Minnesota again.

    My personal opinion is that the Rustbelt and particularly the coldest parts of it in Michigan or Wisconsin, is one of the most undesirable places on earth.

    If you're from Flint Michigan, you're worse off than someone in Eastern Europe, more or less.
    , @jacques sheete

    If life in the US is so hard, why are there so many knocking at the door?
     
    Wrong question. It's not that it's so hard, but that it's all relative.

    E.g., if a war-mongering, imperial, rapacious, sociopathic bunch of idiots economically starves and physically undermines one's country in every possible way and turns your country into a virtual wasteland, what would options does one have? You better think about it because that's what's happening to this country as well, and there are, in fact, other places that are in many ways more attractive to many Americans, who, I hear, may be emigrating, as LD is, and as more than a few seem to have already.

    I myself would've left long ago, but for certain commitments. And no, don't bother asking for details.
    , @Sin City Milla
    Why are they knocking at the door? Because every immigrant knows that once he gets a green card he goes right to the front of the line of the Minority Business Enterprise contract n hiring scam. US citizens have long been 2nd class to immigrants. And since Obama, whites have become 2nd class to the entire rest of the world. Remember, Diversity is never complete until the No Whites Allowed sign goes up. That was the whole point of the 1965 immigration law.
    , @Low Voltage

    If life in the US is so hard, why are there so many knocking at the door? As I recall, there are talks about building a wall to prevent people from entering?
     
    OMG. Such platitudes in 2018! The reason so many people come to America is that the American Oligarchy is turning their countries into unlivable hellholes even faster than in the United States. Nevertheless, I've yet to meet an immigrant (and I've met countless) that didn't half regret coming here.

    The problem is usury. The solution is global infrastructure development and state-owned (not government bailouts) banks.

    , @bluedog
    I would have thought you would know the reason why everyone is knocking on the door to get in,for the answer is simple its all the freebies paid for by the tax payers,food stamps free medical housing and if you want to start a business tax free for x number of years,while the suckers the American tax payer foots the bill...
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  15. Hi Linh,

    I feel hurt circumstances prevailed, such that we could not meet prior to your going home.

    This essay is beautiful, and every place/beer garden where I dragged you along (around northeast Pennsylvania) is for me become more rich-in-spirit, memorable.

    Remembering an Allman Brothers Band song lyric-proclamation, “the road goes on forever,” I predict each person noted within “Last Philly Glimpses’” shall be present with you on-the-road in Asia.

    Happy trails “until we meet again.”

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    Chuck, in the same Allman's vein: "There's nobody left to run with anymore."

    And, in the midst of our silly, superficial, mass-consumerist society, it pays to remember that "you can't take it with you when you're gone."
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  16. mcohen says:

    Dear linh

    For a writer of worldly ways you do bullshit every now and then.

    “immiserated Slavic peasantry of the Jewish-dominated Pale

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

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    Wikipedia???? Since when has wikepedia told the truth about anything? Only the naive and credulous believe Wikipedia.
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  17. It must be exhausting to be Linh Dinh — every experience, every memory, every conclusion is negative. No joy, no peace, no God.

    No thanks.

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    No joy, no peace, no God.
     
    No bullshit either. You oughta try it sometime.

    Peace, Pollyanna!
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  18. Linh is among the very best at delineations and laying out our dystopia and malaise. However, the next phase, after diagnosis, is what to do about it, the cure.

    Only separation and creation of an Indo-European explicitly based republic will allow “Whites” to regenerate and replace. Like Singapore, which is controlled by Chinese with Chinese culture and values, such a “White Republic” would allow the minority of Asians, Hindoos, and ethnic Jews who were “on our side”. By law, Whites would never fall below 87% of the population.

    Most people are good enough with endlessly identifying the pathologies and killing agents of Whites, but have given little if any systemic, practical, and utilitarian thought to what needs and can be done.

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    • Replies: @Poupon Marx
    Several Save Whites Sites are self-defeating. While Counter Currents is good for "well digging" obscure historical and National Socialism items and occurrences, it is poor at an engineering type assessment of the problem and real world solution.

    The Occidental Observer is burdened by a rather stupid, immature, and capricious moderator who believes that only he knows what is best for TOO, disallowing some of the most profound posters who who offend his silly insensibilities. Inconsistency, hypocrisy, and The Peter Principle sadly are diminishing this seminal and almost sacred site.

    Amren is indispensable but you CANNOT ever say anything derogatory about Jews, even if modest and true. I grant Mr. Taylor the benefit of the doubt, that such is the necessity for him to remain in business.

    Unz.com and Zero Hedge are the most powerful, unrestricted and for real free speech of quality and depth. Other smaller venues are in the same category. But few.

    , @Jeff Stryker
    Singaporean Indians don't care about Chinese values, particularly.
    , @jacques sheete

    ...but have given little if any systemic, practical, and utilitarian thought to what needs and can be done.
     
    That does seem to be an eternal question, does it not? I doubt G-wd even knows what's to be done. It seems even he's tried everything (floods, threats, rules written on stone, repeated smiting, miracles, and sending prophets and messiahs, including his only begotten Son,etc etc.), and ain't nuttin worked yet, I think.

    What's yer big solution, Matey?

    , @Malla
    I am a Hindoooo and I say minimum 87% White is too low. It should be minimum 97% White. By law, Whites should never fall below 97% of the population.
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    @mcohen
    The "criminal overlords" did it.lol.

    Too much talk and too much truth about the banking, media and educational traitors who pervert this country will get this Lihn guy shadow blocked, banned or Arkansicided. Probably best for him to say sayonara to the USSA.

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  20. @Poupon Marx
    Linh is among the very best at delineations and laying out our dystopia and malaise. However, the next phase, after diagnosis, is what to do about it, the cure.

    Only separation and creation of an Indo-European explicitly based republic will allow "Whites" to regenerate and replace. Like Singapore, which is controlled by Chinese with Chinese culture and values, such a "White Republic" would allow the minority of Asians, Hindoos, and ethnic Jews who were "on our side". By law, Whites would never fall below 87% of the population.

    Most people are good enough with endlessly identifying the pathologies and killing agents of Whites, but have given little if any systemic, practical, and utilitarian thought to what needs and can be done.

    Several Save Whites Sites are self-defeating. While Counter Currents is good for “well digging” obscure historical and National Socialism items and occurrences, it is poor at an engineering type assessment of the problem and real world solution.

    The Occidental Observer is burdened by a rather stupid, immature, and capricious moderator who believes that only he knows what is best for TOO, disallowing some of the most profound posters who who offend his silly insensibilities. Inconsistency, hypocrisy, and The Peter Principle sadly are diminishing this seminal and almost sacred site.

    Amren is indispensable but you CANNOT ever say anything derogatory about Jews, even if modest and true. I grant Mr. Taylor the benefit of the doubt, that such is the necessity for him to remain in business.

    Unz.com and Zero Hedge are the most powerful, unrestricted and for real free speech of quality and depth. Other smaller venues are in the same category. But few.

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    • Replies: @anonymous
    “Unz.com and Zero Hedge are the most powerful, unrestricted and for real free speech of quality and depth.”

    The writing here, especially that of the commenters, is far better. And no ads!
    , @Anon
    The comments section of occidental observer is abysmal due to the moderator. There are only about 5 regular commenters. No discussion is permitted. There are a lot of Nazi Germany was wonderful Poland and Poles are the evil ones who started WW2 comments sometimes.

    One of the regulars just writes about his personal life. One good thing though, Dr Macdonald did get rid of FKA MAX and atillathehen at the request of the donors.

    If the moderator permitted discussion the site might attract more comments and viewers. As it is, who wants to read the same few commenters and their pet peeves and hates?
    , @Republic
    Zero hedge about 4 or 5 years ago had very good commentors,but were mostly banned for attacks on the tribe. Zh servers are in switzerland and are subjected to libel laws in that country. Now all previous comments going back to 2009 have been deleted!
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  21. Bon voyage, Linh, and all the best to you. I hope you will continue to publish your website which I follow daily. Keep well.

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  22. I’m curious: is the author just moving out of Philadelphia, but staying in the U.S., or is he leaving the U.S.?

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    LD is returning to the land of his birth, Viet Nam.
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  23. TG says:

    A very interesting post.

    “No meaningful resistance against our criminal overlords can begin unless we probe, purge and overhaul our banking, media and educational system, for there dwell the main traitors and perverters of this country.” – I respectfully suggest, missing the main target. The primary (not the only) problem is demographics.

    Nobody fight the law of supply and demand. Nobody. When there are 100 desperate people competing for the same job, sure a few lucky people will win, and a few lucky people will become rock stars, but most people will lose. And when governments force population growth upwards, unless there is an open frontier (and right now, there ain’t), there will be 100 desperate people competing for every job. Wages will go down… but profits will go up. Which ALWAYS happens.

    Why do you think that the ONE THING that the elites won’t let be discussed, is the effect of immigration on wages, traffic, energy consumption, water availability, homelessness, etc? Why is the ONE CRIME that cannot be enforced if it means separating parents from their children, is illegal immigration? It’s not morality. It’s cheap labor.

    All societies where government have forced population upwards suffer social pathology. It doesn’t matter the race, or the political system, or anything. Mexico after the elites pushed for everyone to have six kids each, Syria after the government criminalized birth control and quadrupled the population in 36 years, Japan before WWII, The Ivory Coast and South Africa after the elites imported massive numbers of refugees from even poorer countries and respectively doubled and tripled the population.. and now the United Stated, where post-1970 immigration has increased the population by about 100 million and climbing.

    It’s the demographics. Don’t fix this, and nothing else will work. Don’t fix this, and there is no record in history of anything else having worked.

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  24. @Lelle
    Doom and gloom.

    If life in the US is so hard, why are there so many knocking at the door? As I recall, there are talks about building a wall to prevent people from entering?


    Linh Dinh is a gifted writer, he can express himself like poets can however that is not the same as telling the truth or depicting the reality in an honest way.

    The guy with the IQ 165 does not seems very smart, why didn´t he realize for instance that buying shares in the tech sector ten years ago would make him extremely rich? People with high intelligence are not equipped with common sense, look at the math genius Nash. He believed that extra terrestrials tried to contact him by code in the NYT.

    The people that want to immigrate to the United States are not Western Europeans. I’m not even sure most Eastern Europeans really want to immigrate to the United States. ‘

    The people knocking on the door of the United States are Mestizos and Indians from Latin America-you’ll meet very few middle-class Argentinians of Italian ancestry trying to immigrate.

    The Asians that do immigrate do so to niche pockets of their countrymen or because of a work contract in Silicone Valley-and many of them return.

    Not many of them want to immigrate to Flint, Michigan or the hollers of the Flyover.

    However, Europe could get so bad that maybe Swedes will start immigrating to Minnesota again.

    My personal opinion is that the Rustbelt and particularly the coldest parts of it in Michigan or Wisconsin, is one of the most undesirable places on earth.

    If you’re from Flint Michigan, you’re worse off than someone in Eastern Europe, more or less.

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    The people that want to immigrate to the United States are not Western Europeans.
     
    That is totally untrue from my experience. I've met dozens of Swedish au-pairs overstaying their visas. And I mean for a decade or so. They all have told me that most of their friends, male and female would live in America given the chance.

    There is no comparison to America with anywere else as to where young people from around the world would chose to live.
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  25. @Poupon Marx
    Linh is among the very best at delineations and laying out our dystopia and malaise. However, the next phase, after diagnosis, is what to do about it, the cure.

    Only separation and creation of an Indo-European explicitly based republic will allow "Whites" to regenerate and replace. Like Singapore, which is controlled by Chinese with Chinese culture and values, such a "White Republic" would allow the minority of Asians, Hindoos, and ethnic Jews who were "on our side". By law, Whites would never fall below 87% of the population.

    Most people are good enough with endlessly identifying the pathologies and killing agents of Whites, but have given little if any systemic, practical, and utilitarian thought to what needs and can be done.

    Singaporean Indians don’t care about Chinese values, particularly.

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    They may not care, but they darn well live within the framework established by the Chinese-majority ruling class. The country also has an explicit policy of maintaining its original ethnic balance for the citizenry (75% Chinese, the balance Malay and Indian mostly).
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  26. anonymous[340] • Disclaimer says:
    @Poupon Marx
    Several Save Whites Sites are self-defeating. While Counter Currents is good for "well digging" obscure historical and National Socialism items and occurrences, it is poor at an engineering type assessment of the problem and real world solution.

    The Occidental Observer is burdened by a rather stupid, immature, and capricious moderator who believes that only he knows what is best for TOO, disallowing some of the most profound posters who who offend his silly insensibilities. Inconsistency, hypocrisy, and The Peter Principle sadly are diminishing this seminal and almost sacred site.

    Amren is indispensable but you CANNOT ever say anything derogatory about Jews, even if modest and true. I grant Mr. Taylor the benefit of the doubt, that such is the necessity for him to remain in business.

    Unz.com and Zero Hedge are the most powerful, unrestricted and for real free speech of quality and depth. Other smaller venues are in the same category. But few.

    “Unz.com and Zero Hedge are the most powerful, unrestricted and for real free speech of quality and depth.”

    The writing here, especially that of the commenters, is far better. And no ads!

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  27. @jilles dykstra
    What is the writer trying to say ?

    What is the writer trying to say ?

    He’s not trying to say anything. He said what he meant and meant what he said. He has already accomplished saying what he has to say, many times, and in quite a fine and admirable fashion. “Genius” grade, in fact, and I thank RU for publishing such high quality , unique and honest work.

    I do not detect so much as a wisp of ambiguity here, for instance.:

    No meaningful resistance against our criminal overlords can begin unless we probe, purge and overhaul our banking, media and educational system, for there dwell the main traitors and perverters of this country.

    He also often questions the cliches about American greatness, general prosperity, justice and freedom.

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    Thank you.

    Linh Dinh draws some strange flak around here. He not only writes truthfully and beautifully. He called the last Presidential election months out, citing the Establishment’s need to create a vent pipe for a different subset of gullible Americans.

    Most people like to keep their heads up their duffs, though.

    , @jilles dykstra
    Thanks for the explanation.
    But why not simply write what is in the second box ?
    I fully understand, and agree.
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  28. unit472 says:

    From someone who spent far too much of my youth sitting on barstools I wish Linh Dinh well but 54 is awfully late in the game to decide you need to make a living and its far more difficult today than when I put my drink down in the 1980′s!

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    54 is awfully late in the game to decide you need to make a living
     
    In America, yes, late in the game.

    But South-East Asia, including Vietnam, has boomed of late, and there are opportunities and avenues available there for such as Mr. Linh, in say business or free-lancing, that would be unavailable in North America or Europe.

    Going home is not merely psychically satisfying, it is downright smart.
    , @Dan
    There's probably more to Linh's story than we are aware. His whole persona doesn't pass the smell test.
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  29. @Lelle
    Doom and gloom.

    If life in the US is so hard, why are there so many knocking at the door? As I recall, there are talks about building a wall to prevent people from entering?


    Linh Dinh is a gifted writer, he can express himself like poets can however that is not the same as telling the truth or depicting the reality in an honest way.

    The guy with the IQ 165 does not seems very smart, why didn´t he realize for instance that buying shares in the tech sector ten years ago would make him extremely rich? People with high intelligence are not equipped with common sense, look at the math genius Nash. He believed that extra terrestrials tried to contact him by code in the NYT.

    If life in the US is so hard, why are there so many knocking at the door?

    Wrong question. It’s not that it’s so hard, but that it’s all relative.

    E.g., if a war-mongering, imperial, rapacious, sociopathic bunch of idiots economically starves and physically undermines one’s country in every possible way and turns your country into a virtual wasteland, what would options does one have? You better think about it because that’s what’s happening to this country as well, and there are, in fact, other places that are in many ways more attractive to many Americans, who, I hear, may be emigrating, as LD is, and as more than a few seem to have already.

    I myself would’ve left long ago, but for certain commitments. And no, don’t bother asking for details.

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    I've been overseas since the age of 25 and getting into another decent country is difficult. Australia looks pretty good to a guy from Detroit, but even as a young man with a college degree, I did not qualify.

    You can live overseas, but actually being a citizen is difficult.

    I've known English teachers who spent a lifetime overseas. One day at 55 or 60 they end up back in the US. They left at 25. No social security, little savings, no house to live in.

    When you're a young man you get caught up in the glamour of living overseas-meeting influential Westernized young people, getting laid with a wide variety of young women from around the world, exploring interesting places.

    Especially if you are from Detroit.

    Then one day you wake up and you spent your entire life abroad.
    , @Anon
    America hasn’t harmed China In fact their triumph of capitalism communism whatever, exists because we are their biggest market.

    Yet the Chinese, from the wealthiest through the middle class down to the coolies who pay $40,000 borrowed dollars to arrive in a shipping container all seem to want to come to America or Canada.

    Mexicans aren’t the only ones who have maternity homes in America. And the rich Chinese as well as the poor Hispanic Indians have the babies on medi caid.
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  30. @Nancy Pelosi's Latina Maid
    It must be exhausting to be Linh Dinh -- every experience, every memory, every conclusion is negative. No joy, no peace, no God.

    No thanks.

    No joy, no peace, no God.

    No bullshit either. You oughta try it sometime.

    Peace, Pollyanna!

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  31. @Poupon Marx
    Linh is among the very best at delineations and laying out our dystopia and malaise. However, the next phase, after diagnosis, is what to do about it, the cure.

    Only separation and creation of an Indo-European explicitly based republic will allow "Whites" to regenerate and replace. Like Singapore, which is controlled by Chinese with Chinese culture and values, such a "White Republic" would allow the minority of Asians, Hindoos, and ethnic Jews who were "on our side". By law, Whites would never fall below 87% of the population.

    Most people are good enough with endlessly identifying the pathologies and killing agents of Whites, but have given little if any systemic, practical, and utilitarian thought to what needs and can be done.

    …but have given little if any systemic, practical, and utilitarian thought to what needs and can be done.

    That does seem to be an eternal question, does it not? I doubt G-wd even knows what’s to be done. It seems even he’s tried everything (floods, threats, rules written on stone, repeated smiting, miracles, and sending prophets and messiahs, including his only begotten Son,etc etc.), and ain’t nuttin worked yet, I think.

    What’s yer big solution, Matey?

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  32. anonymous[340] • Disclaimer says:
    @jacques sheete

    What is the writer trying to say ?

     

    He's not trying to say anything. He said what he meant and meant what he said. He has already accomplished saying what he has to say, many times, and in quite a fine and admirable fashion. "Genius" grade, in fact, and I thank RU for publishing such high quality , unique and honest work.

    I do not detect so much as a wisp of ambiguity here, for instance.:

    No meaningful resistance against our criminal overlords can begin unless we probe, purge and overhaul our banking, media and educational system, for there dwell the main traitors and perverters of this country.

     

    He also often questions the cliches about American greatness, general prosperity, justice and freedom.

    Thank you.

    Linh Dinh draws some strange flak around here. He not only writes truthfully and beautifully. He called the last Presidential election months out, citing the Establishment’s need to create a vent pipe for a different subset of gullible Americans.

    Most people like to keep their heads up their duffs, though.

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    "..citing the Establishment’s need to create a vent pipe for a different subset of gullible Americans."

    The same outlet Linh provides. Interesting.
    , @Truth
    Yep, one of Linjo's best moments.
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  33. @jacques sheete

    If life in the US is so hard, why are there so many knocking at the door?
     
    Wrong question. It's not that it's so hard, but that it's all relative.

    E.g., if a war-mongering, imperial, rapacious, sociopathic bunch of idiots economically starves and physically undermines one's country in every possible way and turns your country into a virtual wasteland, what would options does one have? You better think about it because that's what's happening to this country as well, and there are, in fact, other places that are in many ways more attractive to many Americans, who, I hear, may be emigrating, as LD is, and as more than a few seem to have already.

    I myself would've left long ago, but for certain commitments. And no, don't bother asking for details.

    I’ve been overseas since the age of 25 and getting into another decent country is difficult. Australia looks pretty good to a guy from Detroit, but even as a young man with a college degree, I did not qualify.

    You can live overseas, but actually being a citizen is difficult.

    I’ve known English teachers who spent a lifetime overseas. One day at 55 or 60 they end up back in the US. They left at 25. No social security, little savings, no house to live in.

    When you’re a young man you get caught up in the glamour of living overseas-meeting influential Westernized young people, getting laid with a wide variety of young women from around the world, exploring interesting places.

    Especially if you are from Detroit.

    Then one day you wake up and you spent your entire life abroad.

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    It's not too late for you to come back to 8-mile and start working on that S.S.
    , @jacques sheete

    I’ve been overseas since the age of 25 and getting into another decent country is difficult. Australia looks pretty good to a guy from Detroit, but even as a young man with a college degree, I did not qualify.
     
    The ones who tell us to love it or leave it have no idea how true your statement is. They uniformly think that we stay here because it's the best that can be done when in reality there are many considerations as you well know.

    Thanks.
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  34. Linh,

    I’ve have really come to love your writing the past couple of years. Please do keep it up and I hope you will return to Philadelphia some day.

    And your last line is right on (as is most of the piece). And all of it is worth thinking about.

    best wishes,

    MT

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  35. Anon[300] • Disclaimer says:

    “No meaningful resistance against our criminal overlords can begin unless we probe, purge and overhaul our banking, media and educational system, for there dwell the main traitors and perverters of this country.”

    So sorry Mr. Dinh is leaving. The “U.S.” is a Colony of the ZioMafia Empire now, owned and ruled by perverters and traitors. No place for good men and Linh Dinh is one of the best. I know he will continue to educate and inspire wherever he is. Vietnam is fortunate indeed

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  36. Truth says:
    @Jeff Stryker
    I've been overseas since the age of 25 and getting into another decent country is difficult. Australia looks pretty good to a guy from Detroit, but even as a young man with a college degree, I did not qualify.

    You can live overseas, but actually being a citizen is difficult.

    I've known English teachers who spent a lifetime overseas. One day at 55 or 60 they end up back in the US. They left at 25. No social security, little savings, no house to live in.

    When you're a young man you get caught up in the glamour of living overseas-meeting influential Westernized young people, getting laid with a wide variety of young women from around the world, exploring interesting places.

    Especially if you are from Detroit.

    Then one day you wake up and you spent your entire life abroad.

    It’s not too late for you to come back to 8-mile and start working on that S.S.

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    The real ticket is pulling a disability and moving to the Philippines.

    I'm inclined to disbelieve some claims, judging by the beast with two backs many of these disability claimants paid for.
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  37. Truth says:

    Linjo, boy are you gon’ be miserable living around a bunch’a farr’ners.

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  38. @Jeff Stryker
    I've been overseas since the age of 25 and getting into another decent country is difficult. Australia looks pretty good to a guy from Detroit, but even as a young man with a college degree, I did not qualify.

    You can live overseas, but actually being a citizen is difficult.

    I've known English teachers who spent a lifetime overseas. One day at 55 or 60 they end up back in the US. They left at 25. No social security, little savings, no house to live in.

    When you're a young man you get caught up in the glamour of living overseas-meeting influential Westernized young people, getting laid with a wide variety of young women from around the world, exploring interesting places.

    Especially if you are from Detroit.

    Then one day you wake up and you spent your entire life abroad.

    I’ve been overseas since the age of 25 and getting into another decent country is difficult. Australia looks pretty good to a guy from Detroit, but even as a young man with a college degree, I did not qualify.

    The ones who tell us to love it or leave it have no idea how true your statement is. They uniformly think that we stay here because it’s the best that can be done when in reality there are many considerations as you well know.

    Thanks.

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    A friend of mine Steve was a Marine in Dubai. Embassy guard. We were friends because he happened to be from Flint-a Polish guy whose Dad had been an autoworker in that city.

    Dubai was an exciting place to be a young man in 2000-Russian girls all around and even some of the local Arab women like Westerners back then, meeting jet setters, getting drunk in penthouses, the beach.

    He did not necessarily like being a Marine and was going back to civilian life but the last week in Dubai I could tell he was depressed. In two weeks he'd be back in Flint. A grey place of abandoned factories, frigid weather, crack houses where you'd never meet anyone you'd want to know.

    In his last week I could tell how depressed he was. He'd never see a beautiful sunset again, or have sex with an exotic beauty or meet a semi-celebrity.

    Love it or leave it types CAN'T leave. They'd starve in another country in a week, or as soon as their money ran out. They could not possibly find work, and even if they had money, they'd be unable to adapt at all. These unworldly types who have never traveled think their post-industrial city with its Section 8 on every corner and Oxy addicts and bad roads is the pinnacle of First World luxury.

    Your average East Asian would think his town was piece of shit, much less an Australian or European.

    In my own case, I had so little going for me in Detroit-parents divorced, house worth nothing, no opportunities anyhow-that there was nothing to go back to. So I stayed overseas.

    Actually immigrating anywhere is difficult. Even immigrating to Canada is well-nigh impossible; they are always wary of instability below the border and make it harder to go 40 miles over the border than from Asia.
    , @Jeff Stryker
    The weird thing is that the "love it or leave it" types actually have life far worse than the middle-class types like myself or you who can live abroad for long stretches or permanently.

    But of course, they have never been anywhere. They will sit in some backwards town or city in the hills or the hollers of the interior somewhere and bleat that such-and-such a place is a "shit hole". The Rustbelt is not quite as bad as Indian yet, but it is nearer to India than to Australia or other Developed countries.

    They believe that everyone in the world wants to immigrate to the United States. Only people from Somalia want to immigrate to the United States.

    I don't actually believe the US would face a refugee crisis. Life in Norway is actually better and if they had to choose between staying in Africa and living in Flint, Michigan they would probably stay in Africa.

    Also, the inequality in the US is rapidly rising to the levels of India in places like San Francisco where homeless defecate on the road.

    In some ways, people from a rustbelt city who simply cannot get out-their house worth nothing, negative savings, no employer in another state-are WORSE OFF than people in most of Asia.

    The money and wealth in America is only in the Northeast and Los Angeles and a few other pockets of the country. Everywhere else has huge potholes on Main Street.
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  39. @jilles dykstra
    What is the writer trying to say ?

    Jilles, you need to go back and back in time and read Linh. Buckle your seat belt and prepare to read of the downfall at the grass roots. It ain’t pretty, but it’s what this country turned the people into. I cannot wait to see how the agents, the teachers and academia who are certainly not protected insiders, cope with the end-game when it starts getting ugly. They’re the ones I’ll come find when I need food and shelter and their women. E-Z pickins’

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    I cannot wait to see how the agents, the teachers and academia who are certainly not protected insiders, cope with the end-game when it starts getting ugly.
     
    Agree.

    I was at a party recently where a newly minted US Army major was smugly bragging in great detail about the bennies he was getting, and would be getting, and unctuously added that he was getting all that while "protecting our freedoms" complete with disgusting grin.

    The silence was deafening aside from a few who couldn't suppress groans if indignation til I spoke up and asked, "What freedoms?"

    The sappy college "ejikaytid" bureaucrat replied, "Well yer not in handcuffs yet." Ya gotta love his definition of "freedom" and whatever it is that he thinks he's protecting. I conclude that we're screwed, and predict he and his ilk will be easy pickins too.
    , @RadicalCenter
    You’re going to take women by force when the SHTF?
    , @jilles dykstra
    Do I find anything new, after having read
    Christopher Lasch, 'The Culture of Narcissism, American Life in an Age of Diminishing Expectations', 1979, 1980, London
    William H. Whyte, ‘The organisation man’, New York 1956, Penguin 1961
    Thomas I. Palley, 'Plenty of Nothing, The downsizing of the American dream and the case for structural Keynesianism', 1998, 2000, Princeton
    Juliet B. Schor, 'The Overspent American, Upscaling, Downshifting, and the New Consumer', 1998 New York
    ?
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  40. @Truth
    It's not too late for you to come back to 8-mile and start working on that S.S.

    The real ticket is pulling a disability and moving to the Philippines.

    I’m inclined to disbelieve some claims, judging by the beast with two backs many of these disability claimants paid for.

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  41. @jacques sheete

    What is the writer trying to say ?

     

    He's not trying to say anything. He said what he meant and meant what he said. He has already accomplished saying what he has to say, many times, and in quite a fine and admirable fashion. "Genius" grade, in fact, and I thank RU for publishing such high quality , unique and honest work.

    I do not detect so much as a wisp of ambiguity here, for instance.:

    No meaningful resistance against our criminal overlords can begin unless we probe, purge and overhaul our banking, media and educational system, for there dwell the main traitors and perverters of this country.

     

    He also often questions the cliches about American greatness, general prosperity, justice and freedom.

    Thanks for the explanation.
    But why not simply write what is in the second box ?
    I fully understand, and agree.

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    But why not simply write what is in the second box ?
     
    Maybe I should hire you as a proof reader, editor, and general advisor. In fact, I've made a couple of embarrassing typos in my comments already,and just noticed another! Had you caught those, I'd have given a hiring serious consideration. ;)
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  42. Johann says:
    @NJ Transit Commuter
    Lihn,

    No regrets. You got to see the Birds win a Super Bowl. Perfect time to make your exit from the City of Brotherly Love.

    Auf wiedersehen Linh and don’t worry about Philly , Jim Kinney and his Irish mafia and his Iggles will keep things running smoothly.

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    With Philly down near a third nonHispanic White and falling, I don’t think the Irish mafia will be holding on to much over the next couple decades.
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  43. @jilles dykstra
    What is the writer trying to say ?

    What is the writer trying to say ?

    So long, And Thanks For all The Fish.

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  44. @Jim Christian
    Jilles, you need to go back and back in time and read Linh. Buckle your seat belt and prepare to read of the downfall at the grass roots. It ain't pretty, but it's what this country turned the people into. I cannot wait to see how the agents, the teachers and academia who are certainly not protected insiders, cope with the end-game when it starts getting ugly. They're the ones I'll come find when I need food and shelter and their women. E-Z pickins'

    I cannot wait to see how the agents, the teachers and academia who are certainly not protected insiders, cope with the end-game when it starts getting ugly.

    Agree.

    I was at a party recently where a newly minted US Army major was smugly bragging in great detail about the bennies he was getting, and would be getting, and unctuously added that he was getting all that while “protecting our freedoms” complete with disgusting grin.

    The silence was deafening aside from a few who couldn’t suppress groans if indignation til I spoke up and asked, “What freedoms?”

    The sappy college “ejikaytid” bureaucrat replied, “Well yer not in handcuffs yet.” Ya gotta love his definition of “freedom” and whatever it is that he thinks he’s protecting. I conclude that we’re screwed, and predict he and his ilk will be easy pickins too.

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    I was at a party recently where a newly minted US Army major was smugly bragging in great detail about the bennies he was getting, and would be getting
     
    It's possible that our servicemen receive more largess and perks than the men who guarded the Fulda Gap during the Cold War, or who won the First Gulf War of 1991, ever did.

    Check out G2Mil - Carlton Meyer's site for more detail on this state of affairs.
    , @Jim Christian

    I was at a party recently where a newly minted US Army major was smugly bragging in great detail about the bennies he was getting, and would be getting, and unctuously added that he was getting all that while “protecting our freedoms” complete with disgusting grin.
     
    The officer corps is a greedy lot for what they do. Pilots are shit hot I suppose, there are many talents that are hideously UNDERPAID, too. There are too many 1-4 Star Generals, none presently alive who have EVER one a war. Their performances are abysmal, THEIR rewards enormous.

    Then we have the enlisted men that do the lifting and disabling work for shitty money and with the Veteran's Administration, crooked contractors and shipbuilders and chemical companies all working in concert, lots of the enlisted Vets get thrown away, disabled, without ANY of the protections granted the most basic civilian worker's comp claim. Oh, Vets file claims and the VA spends their lifespan denying the damage so they don't have to pay. Agent Orange Vets were 90% dead in raw numbers before the VA admitted the damage, the cancers, the birth defects. The same thing is in progress with Depleted Uranium rounds, the cancers and birth defects. In the face of all the evidence, VA denies those claims. Most enlisted guys, MOS/Ratings fall into seriously toxic, hazardous industrial categories and the VA freely rejects care/disability even when the military discharges them for medical reasons. Not Service Connected is their credo. Stretch it out til the Vet dies, the claim dies with him. Meanwhile, the VA is filled with over-paid civilians, thousands of them there just to tell Vets "no". It's ugly.

    Military-industrial is about being connected to the money. There is a 1% in the military, too. The other 99%, not so great for them.
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  45. after out last night visit to the strip bar,i’m hoping you can get one more philly story from it..let’s go there one more time.it’s good for our creative juices,not to mention the other juices…this story is a heartbreaker..i will personally miss your company..but i can still read about your vietnam adventures.until they send you to the new version of the hanoi hilton…but you can talk your way out of that too….to go with a joke on a 60s slogan,write on.

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  46. What we are seeing is the hyper-financialization of the economy. It is far easier to pump and dump paper than it is to create real products. There are actually two economies (at least). You sometimes hear people speak of the “real economy” vs. “unreal economy,” the banking, shadow banking and market sectors.

    America’s real economy–or what is left of it– is mostly an adjunct to, or subsidized by, the military budget.

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    What we are seeing is the hyper-financialization of the economy. It is far easier to pump and dump paper than it is to create real products.
     
    "Financialization" is the disease and downfall of English-speaking cultures. They (we) encourage it, facilitate it, celebrate it.

    These cultures confuse paper wealth with actual wealth. They fail to realize that finance is an activity much more easily mastered and replicated by competitors, while real-world technology and manufacturing are far less so.

    Contrast the economic histories of Britain and Germany, or the United States and . . . whoever shall be the future hegemon.

    Think about it.
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  47. Che Guava says:
    @jilles dykstra
    What is the writer trying to say ?

    As typical, he is presenting himself as a lone figure, which is, and has for many years been, false.

    When first encountering this site and much liking his writing, he was complaining about how the Viet state was banning him from there, his homeland.

    This was not long ago, I was expressing my sympathy, alone among Unz commentors.

    However, a change of wind in the Viet. Govt. encouraged his return, so he has. … with his wife of many years.

    The recent articles are an elongated dying swan departure. Taking many months.

    Dinh can cast any insult at me, I don’t care.

    Certainly glad that I did not go to his literary soiree in wealthy S-W Tokyo.

    Also, given hostility, glad that he was having no interest in places that i had been thinking to show, plainly, happy that I was not to making the error of meeting in any way.

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  48. @jilles dykstra
    Thanks for the explanation.
    But why not simply write what is in the second box ?
    I fully understand, and agree.

    But why not simply write what is in the second box ?

    Maybe I should hire you as a proof reader, editor, and general advisor. In fact, I’ve made a couple of embarrassing typos in my comments already,and just noticed another! Had you caught those, I’d have given a hiring serious consideration. ;)

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  49. prusmc says: • Website
    @FreeAmerica
    Hate to see you go especially as we are on the cusp of revolution. There will be guillotines, rivers of blood, raging crowds marching through American streets with politicians' heads on pikes. In the middle of winter the purge of Israelis who hijacked our government will begin with more force and determination than Erdogan's purge of Gulen acolytes, they will be set on bobbing ice floes and pushed out into the Atlantic with a friendly admonition to paddle their way to their alleged state of Israel.

    Think of all the fun you're going to miss!

    Dream on! Sad for us that is deplorables and 60 percent of the Unz fans that will be receiving the violence with no effective (organized) push back.

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  50. When you have an IQ of 165, regular people are like special need kids.

    There was an episode on House about this and it sounds like maybe he watched it. But putting that aside for now, the 911 event was aimed at people with high IQs. People with lower IQs will likely miss it. It will go over their heads. Once it gets through your head that the media and the government really would conspire to cover up something that evil, it can overthrow your sense of reality, your sense of purpose in life.

    http://house.wikia.com/wiki/Ignorance_is_Bliss

    John worked for 18 years in a bunch of countries for the Defense Intelligence Agency and US Army, then he was diagnosed with schizophrenia.

    There is probably a reason for that.

    But anyway, at $2700 plus whatever his mother has for Social Security he could easily get a house and hire a live-in to look after her. Something isn’t adding up here, which is odd for PHD level mathematician.

    I read somewhere that Trump has an IQ of 160. That could just be Trump marketing.

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    I read where Trump himself said his IQ was 127 which puts him in the superior range.

    Was the word himself redundant? Should I too hire a proof reader. My grammar is not so good nearing 70.

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  51. @jacques sheete

    I’ve been overseas since the age of 25 and getting into another decent country is difficult. Australia looks pretty good to a guy from Detroit, but even as a young man with a college degree, I did not qualify.
     
    The ones who tell us to love it or leave it have no idea how true your statement is. They uniformly think that we stay here because it's the best that can be done when in reality there are many considerations as you well know.

    Thanks.

    A friend of mine Steve was a Marine in Dubai. Embassy guard. We were friends because he happened to be from Flint-a Polish guy whose Dad had been an autoworker in that city.

    Dubai was an exciting place to be a young man in 2000-Russian girls all around and even some of the local Arab women like Westerners back then, meeting jet setters, getting drunk in penthouses, the beach.

    He did not necessarily like being a Marine and was going back to civilian life but the last week in Dubai I could tell he was depressed. In two weeks he’d be back in Flint. A grey place of abandoned factories, frigid weather, crack houses where you’d never meet anyone you’d want to know.

    In his last week I could tell how depressed he was. He’d never see a beautiful sunset again, or have sex with an exotic beauty or meet a semi-celebrity.

    Love it or leave it types CAN’T leave. They’d starve in another country in a week, or as soon as their money ran out. They could not possibly find work, and even if they had money, they’d be unable to adapt at all. These unworldly types who have never traveled think their post-industrial city with its Section 8 on every corner and Oxy addicts and bad roads is the pinnacle of First World luxury.

    Your average East Asian would think his town was piece of shit, much less an Australian or European.

    In my own case, I had so little going for me in Detroit-parents divorced, house worth nothing, no opportunities anyhow-that there was nothing to go back to. So I stayed overseas.

    Actually immigrating anywhere is difficult. Even immigrating to Canada is well-nigh impossible; they are always wary of instability below the border and make it harder to go 40 miles over the border than from Asia.

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    I could tell he was depressed. In two weeks he’d be back in Flint. A grey place of abandoned factories, frigid weather, crack houses where you’d never meet anyone you’d want to know.

    In his last week I could tell how depressed he was. He’d never see a beautiful sunset again, or have sex with an exotic beauty or meet a semi-celebrity.

     

    Is there some law I am unaware of that prevented this jarhead from settling in Miami?
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  52. Ron and readers loss is Vietnam’s gain… good luck and God bless!

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  53. @Lelle
    Doom and gloom.

    If life in the US is so hard, why are there so many knocking at the door? As I recall, there are talks about building a wall to prevent people from entering?


    Linh Dinh is a gifted writer, he can express himself like poets can however that is not the same as telling the truth or depicting the reality in an honest way.

    The guy with the IQ 165 does not seems very smart, why didn´t he realize for instance that buying shares in the tech sector ten years ago would make him extremely rich? People with high intelligence are not equipped with common sense, look at the math genius Nash. He believed that extra terrestrials tried to contact him by code in the NYT.

    Why are they knocking at the door? Because every immigrant knows that once he gets a green card he goes right to the front of the line of the Minority Business Enterprise contract n hiring scam. US citizens have long been 2nd class to immigrants. And since Obama, whites have become 2nd class to the entire rest of the world. Remember, Diversity is never complete until the No Whites Allowed sign goes up. That was the whole point of the 1965 immigration law.

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  54. Something tells me that, for most of the commenters on here, “resistance against our criminal overlords” means more free market capitalism.

    Good. Real smart.

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    Something tells me that, for most of the commenters on here, “resistance against our criminal overlords” means more free market capitalism.
     
    Well, at least we will have some free market capitalism, as opposed to global monopolization.
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  55. @jacques sheete

    I’ve been overseas since the age of 25 and getting into another decent country is difficult. Australia looks pretty good to a guy from Detroit, but even as a young man with a college degree, I did not qualify.
     
    The ones who tell us to love it or leave it have no idea how true your statement is. They uniformly think that we stay here because it's the best that can be done when in reality there are many considerations as you well know.

    Thanks.

    The weird thing is that the “love it or leave it” types actually have life far worse than the middle-class types like myself or you who can live abroad for long stretches or permanently.

    But of course, they have never been anywhere. They will sit in some backwards town or city in the hills or the hollers of the interior somewhere and bleat that such-and-such a place is a “shit hole”. The Rustbelt is not quite as bad as Indian yet, but it is nearer to India than to Australia or other Developed countries.

    They believe that everyone in the world wants to immigrate to the United States. Only people from Somalia want to immigrate to the United States.

    I don’t actually believe the US would face a refugee crisis. Life in Norway is actually better and if they had to choose between staying in Africa and living in Flint, Michigan they would probably stay in Africa.

    Also, the inequality in the US is rapidly rising to the levels of India in places like San Francisco where homeless defecate on the road.

    In some ways, people from a rustbelt city who simply cannot get out-their house worth nothing, negative savings, no employer in another state-are WORSE OFF than people in most of Asia.

    The money and wealth in America is only in the Northeast and Los Angeles and a few other pockets of the country. Everywhere else has huge potholes on Main Street.

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  56. escobar says:

    Do we all agree on who our “criminal overlords” (COs) are? I’d like to see the names, institutions and affiliations of say, the top ten, or the most powerful ones. Are these COs the same as our “establishment”? Are there non-criminal overlords too?
    When do we overthrow and how do we do it?

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    When do we overthrow and how do we do it?
     
    The short answer is reassert the Constitution and rule of law.

    Katherine Austin Fitts has some answers.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=URYEo_jZRUQ
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  57. bjondo says:

    One LD

    for every Greenspan, Wolfowitz, Frum, Berg, Stein, Cheney, Bush, Hinn, Hagee, Foxman, Zukerberg/man, ilk, in the 50.

    Dinh has positive human value. The others are shit on life.

    Didnt read article, no time, sure LD will continue writing and posting via internet. Thoughts, observations don’t end with relocation.

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  58. The US won the Vietnam war without any doubt. The problem lies in Americans not understanding what winning means. After the war Vietnam eventually opened up to massive exploitation by western corporations. Companies moved thousands of jobs from Europe and the US to Vietnam for the low wages. Low paid factory jobs that people used to have in the USA at higher wages. Some people won, just not “the people.”

    Some of Linh Dinh’s contemporaries work in US Defense and God’s other work in finance which is the only thing that keeps the dollar afloat. They live in huge houses in rich communities in the richest counties in the US with awesome cars working for the same companies that agreed to bomb the crap out of from whence they came in the heady days of a time that came before. Peace means zero profit. Starbucks in Ho Chi Minh city, Starbucks on JFK in Philly.

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  59. Baxter says:

    This guy could have been America’s poet laureate, or whatever they call it, if only he were a liberal progressive.
    Really, a Vietnamese-American poet? Liberal progressives would have been shooting their load in their pants!
    Such it was not meant to be.
    It’s good to know it is still possible to live a semi-sane life in the dystopian society we inhabit.
    That gives me an idea. I’m going to change my name to Jennifer, tell everyone I’m a woman, and write poetry about how bigoted America is towards men whole feel like women.
    Oh what. It’s already been done.
    Even radical leftism in America has become a tired cliche.
    No wonder Linh is leaving. He needs fresh material.

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    The latest liberal cause will be pedeophilia. Real pedeophilia, like under 10, not teen agers.
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  60. @Harold Smith
    I'm curious: is the author just moving out of Philadelphia, but staying in the U.S., or is he leaving the U.S.?

    LD is returning to the land of his birth, Viet Nam.

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    Hopefully, for LD's sake, Nam has birthright citizenship.
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  61. @Si1ver1ock

    What is the writer trying to say ?
     
    So long, And Thanks For all The Fish.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ojydNb3Lrrs

    Excellent!

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  62. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:
    @mcohen
    Dear linh

    For a writer of worldly ways you do bullshit every now and then.

    "immiserated Slavic peasantry of the Jewish-dominated Pale

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

    Wikipedia???? Since when has wikepedia told the truth about anything? Only the naive and credulous believe Wikipedia.

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    Yeah i know.first hand testimony from my grandparents who came from a village called ressin near kovno is not enough for AA's like yourself so i had to whip out the wtf (wiki the f*ck).my apologies

    Here is a better link

    https://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/the-pale-of-settlement
    , @Logan
    Wikipedia is often surprisingly good on topics that don't have a culture war aspect.
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  63. @escobar
    Do we all agree on who our "criminal overlords" (COs) are? I'd like to see the names, institutions and affiliations of say, the top ten, or the most powerful ones. Are these COs the same as our "establishment"? Are there non-criminal overlords too?
    When do we overthrow and how do we do it?

    When do we overthrow and how do we do it?

    The short answer is reassert the Constitution and rule of law.

    Katherine Austin Fitts has some answers.

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  64. iffen says:
    @TonyVodvarka
    LD is returning to the land of his birth, Viet Nam.

    Hopefully, for LD’s sake, Nam has birthright citizenship.

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  65. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:
    @Poupon Marx
    Several Save Whites Sites are self-defeating. While Counter Currents is good for "well digging" obscure historical and National Socialism items and occurrences, it is poor at an engineering type assessment of the problem and real world solution.

    The Occidental Observer is burdened by a rather stupid, immature, and capricious moderator who believes that only he knows what is best for TOO, disallowing some of the most profound posters who who offend his silly insensibilities. Inconsistency, hypocrisy, and The Peter Principle sadly are diminishing this seminal and almost sacred site.

    Amren is indispensable but you CANNOT ever say anything derogatory about Jews, even if modest and true. I grant Mr. Taylor the benefit of the doubt, that such is the necessity for him to remain in business.

    Unz.com and Zero Hedge are the most powerful, unrestricted and for real free speech of quality and depth. Other smaller venues are in the same category. But few.

    The comments section of occidental observer is abysmal due to the moderator. There are only about 5 regular commenters. No discussion is permitted. There are a lot of Nazi Germany was wonderful Poland and Poles are the evil ones who started WW2 comments sometimes.

    One of the regulars just writes about his personal life. One good thing though, Dr Macdonald did get rid of FKA MAX and atillathehen at the request of the donors.

    If the moderator permitted discussion the site might attract more comments and viewers. As it is, who wants to read the same few commenters and their pet peeves and hates?

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  66. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:
    @Baxter
    This guy could have been America’s poet laureate, or whatever they call it, if only he were a liberal progressive.
    Really, a Vietnamese-American poet? Liberal progressives would have been shooting their load in their pants!
    Such it was not meant to be.
    It’s good to know it is still possible to live a semi-sane life in the dystopian society we inhabit.
    That gives me an idea. I’m going to change my name to Jennifer, tell everyone I’m a woman, and write poetry about how bigoted America is towards men whole feel like women.
    Oh what. It’s already been done.
    Even radical leftism in America has become a tired cliche.
    No wonder Linh is leaving. He needs fresh material.

    The latest liberal cause will be pedeophilia. Real pedeophilia, like under 10, not teen agers.

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    There is no such thing as "liberal" or "conservative", not in the manner you are implying. That is all masturbation for simpletons.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yMsG9ScQP9I
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  67. Wally says:


    Except for “that shitty little country”.

    That fact is that Jews support strict Israeli immigration laws which specify JEWS ONLY, while demanding massive 3rd world immigration into the US & Europe.

    The Knesset officially declares that Israeli democracy is for Jews only: http://mondoweiss.net/2018/06/officially-declares-democracy/

    Israel to shut migrant centre and deport Africans: http://www.unz.com/isteve/israel-to-shut-migrant-centre-and-deport-africans/

    Forget the ‘slippery slope’ — Israel already is an apartheid state: Neil Macdonald

    http://www.cbc.ca/news/opinion/israel-slippery-slope-1.4368018

    Israel will pay African migrants to leave, jail if they don’t accept.: http://news.trust.org/item/20180103115805-egc1s
    “Netanyahu has called the migrants’ presence a threat to Israel’s social fabric and Jewish character, and one government minister has referred to them as “a cancer”.

    ‘Jews Only’ towns, ‘Jews Only’ regions, ‘Jews Only’ neighborhoods, ‘Jews Only’ streets/highways, ‘Jews Only’ shops & markets, ‘Jews Only’ swimming pools, ‘Jews Only’ buses, ‘Jews Only’ water, ‘Jews Only’ gas development of fields just off Gazan coast, ‘Jews Only’ mineral resources ….

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    Hey, Wally

    I just had an idea. We should open a business together, a health bar. We could call it
    6 Million Juice. Or, maybe, Juice Only. I'll pour. You do PR.
    Laugh ourselves all the way to the poorhouse.

    I liked that montage of NYT headlines you posted a while ago and printed it out.
    We could make that into a wall poster and use it for advertising.

    Well, maybe it's only a beer and cigar idea.

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  68. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:
    @jacques sheete

    If life in the US is so hard, why are there so many knocking at the door?
     
    Wrong question. It's not that it's so hard, but that it's all relative.

    E.g., if a war-mongering, imperial, rapacious, sociopathic bunch of idiots economically starves and physically undermines one's country in every possible way and turns your country into a virtual wasteland, what would options does one have? You better think about it because that's what's happening to this country as well, and there are, in fact, other places that are in many ways more attractive to many Americans, who, I hear, may be emigrating, as LD is, and as more than a few seem to have already.

    I myself would've left long ago, but for certain commitments. And no, don't bother asking for details.

    America hasn’t harmed China In fact their triumph of capitalism communism whatever, exists because we are their biggest market.

    Yet the Chinese, from the wealthiest through the middle class down to the coolies who pay $40,000 borrowed dollars to arrive in a shipping container all seem to want to come to America or Canada.

    Mexicans aren’t the only ones who have maternity homes in America. And the rich Chinese as well as the poor Hispanic Indians have the babies on medi caid.

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    AMURDERKA:

    So much: education, entertainment, food, news, shopping centers, malls, spy cameras, homeless, mega religions.

    And all of it SHIT.

    The movers and shakers/thieves and liars: gold into rust; life reduced to rubbish and diseases.

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  69. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:

    Please keep posting Linh. I love your articles

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  70. mcohen says:
    @Anon
    Wikipedia???? Since when has wikepedia told the truth about anything? Only the naive and credulous believe Wikipedia.

    Yeah i know.first hand testimony from my grandparents who came from a village called ressin near kovno is not enough for AA’s like yourself so i had to whip out the wtf (wiki the f*ck).my apologies

    Here is a better link

    https://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/the-pale-of-settlement

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    said:
    "Yeah i know.first hand testimony from my grandparents who came from a village called ressin near kovno is not... "

    So then, what did your grandparents say?
    By "first hand testimony", I assume what you really mean is just 'said', or what's more than likely, what you said they said.

    How about those first hand "testimonies" by those who witnessed witchcraft & sea monsters?

    Gee, 'Jewish Virtual Library', not exactly unbiased, reliable 'history'; especially when it comes to fake news which they profit from.

    See that sham outfit debunked repeatedly here:
    https://forum.codoh.com/search.php?keywords=Jewish++Library+Virtual&fid%5B0%5D=2

    www.codoh.com

    , @RealAmericanValuesCirca1776Not1965

    first hand testimony from my grandparents who came from a village called ressin near kovno is not enough
     
    You mean anecdotal evidence? No that's not enough. Not for anyone with an IQ higher than their shoe size, anyway. What do you think this is, Nuremberg?

    And Jewish virtual library? A better link? Are you being facetious, my good sir? Did you intentionally seek out a source that is even less likely to be credible than wikipedia?

    Or was that just a cohen-cidence?
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  71. bjondo says:
    @Anon
    America hasn’t harmed China In fact their triumph of capitalism communism whatever, exists because we are their biggest market.

    Yet the Chinese, from the wealthiest through the middle class down to the coolies who pay $40,000 borrowed dollars to arrive in a shipping container all seem to want to come to America or Canada.

    Mexicans aren’t the only ones who have maternity homes in America. And the rich Chinese as well as the poor Hispanic Indians have the babies on medi caid.

    AMURDERKA:

    So much: education, entertainment, food, news, shopping centers, malls, spy cameras, homeless, mega religions.

    And all of it SHIT.

    The movers and shakers/thieves and liars: gold into rust; life reduced to rubbish and diseases.

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    Yeah poor linh.you started out on burgundy but soon hit the harder stuff

    Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues

    Bob Dylan

    When you're lost in the rain in Juarez when it's Easter time, too
    And your gravity fails and negativity don't pull you through
    Don't put on any airs when you're down on Rue Morgue Avenue
    They got some hungry women there and they really make a mess outta you

    Now, if you see Saint Annie, please tell her thanks a lot
    I cannot move, my fingers are all in a knot
    I don't have the strength to get up and take another shot
    And my best friend, my doctor, won't even say what it is I've got

    Sweet Melinda, the peasants call her the goddess of gloom
    She speaks good English and she invites you up into her room
    And you're so kind and careful not to go to her too soon
    And she takes your voice and leaves you howling at the moon

    Up on Housing Project Hill, it's either fortune or fame
    You must pick one or the other, though neither of them are to be what they claim
    If you're lookin' to get silly, you better go back to from where you came
    Because the cops don't need you, and man, they expect the same

    Now, all the authorities, they just stand around and boast
    How they blackmailed the sergeant-at-arms into leaving his post
    And picking up Angel, who just arrived here from the coast
    Who looked so fine at first but left looking just like a ghost

    I started out on burgundy but soon hit the harder stuff
    Everybody said they'd stand behind me when the game got rough
    But the joke was on me, there was nobody even there to bluff
    I'm going back to New York City, I do believe I've had enough

    Songwriters: Bob Dylan

    Except linh is going back to vietnam.lol.
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  72. mcohen says:
    @bjondo
    AMURDERKA:

    So much: education, entertainment, food, news, shopping centers, malls, spy cameras, homeless, mega religions.

    And all of it SHIT.

    The movers and shakers/thieves and liars: gold into rust; life reduced to rubbish and diseases.

    Yeah poor linh.you started out on burgundy but soon hit the harder stuff

    Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues

    Bob Dylan

    When you’re lost in the rain in Juarez when it’s Easter time, too
    And your gravity fails and negativity don’t pull you through
    Don’t put on any airs when you’re down on Rue Morgue Avenue
    They got some hungry women there and they really make a mess outta you

    [MORE]

    Now, if you see Saint Annie, please tell her thanks a lot
    I cannot move, my fingers are all in a knot
    I don’t have the strength to get up and take another shot
    And my best friend, my doctor, won’t even say what it is I’ve got

    Sweet Melinda, the peasants call her the goddess of gloom
    She speaks good English and she invites you up into her room
    And you’re so kind and careful not to go to her too soon
    And she takes your voice and leaves you howling at the moon

    Up on Housing Project Hill, it’s either fortune or fame
    You must pick one or the other, though neither of them are to be what they claim
    If you’re lookin’ to get silly, you better go back to from where you came
    Because the cops don’t need you, and man, they expect the same

    Now, all the authorities, they just stand around and boast
    How they blackmailed the sergeant-at-arms into leaving his post
    And picking up Angel, who just arrived here from the coast
    Who looked so fine at first but left looking just like a ghost

    I started out on burgundy but soon hit the harder stuff
    Everybody said they’d stand behind me when the game got rough
    But the joke was on me, there was nobody even there to bluff
    I’m going back to New York City, I do believe I’ve had enough

    Songwriters: Bob Dylan

    Except linh is going back to vietnam.lol.

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  73. myself says:
    @unit472
    From someone who spent far too much of my youth sitting on barstools I wish Linh Dinh well but 54 is awfully late in the game to decide you need to make a living and its far more difficult today than when I put my drink down in the 1980's!

    54 is awfully late in the game to decide you need to make a living

    In America, yes, late in the game.

    But South-East Asia, including Vietnam, has boomed of late, and there are opportunities and avenues available there for such as Mr. Linh, in say business or free-lancing, that would be unavailable in North America or Europe.

    Going home is not merely psychically satisfying, it is downright smart.

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  74. myself says:
    @Si1ver1ock
    What we are seeing is the hyper-financialization of the economy. It is far easier to pump and dump paper than it is to create real products. There are actually two economies (at least). You sometimes hear people speak of the "real economy" vs. "unreal economy," the banking, shadow banking and market sectors.

    America's real economy--or what is left of it-- is mostly an adjunct to, or subsidized by, the military budget.

    What we are seeing is the hyper-financialization of the economy. It is far easier to pump and dump paper than it is to create real products.

    “Financialization” is the disease and downfall of English-speaking cultures. They (we) encourage it, facilitate it, celebrate it.

    These cultures confuse paper wealth with actual wealth. They fail to realize that finance is an activity much more easily mastered and replicated by competitors, while real-world technology and manufacturing are far less so.

    Contrast the economic histories of Britain and Germany, or the United States and . . . whoever shall be the future hegemon.

    Think about it.

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    These cultures confuse paper wealth with actual wealth.
     
    Depends how it's done. If a family mortgages the family home, and a younger member runs off with the money, his parents get the debt (and hard times), and he gets financial freedom.

    For example, where did the money come from for $ 5 trillion of ME wars? It's new debt attached to the US public but only a small elite get to decide how it is spent.
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  75. myself says:
    @jacques sheete

    I cannot wait to see how the agents, the teachers and academia who are certainly not protected insiders, cope with the end-game when it starts getting ugly.
     
    Agree.

    I was at a party recently where a newly minted US Army major was smugly bragging in great detail about the bennies he was getting, and would be getting, and unctuously added that he was getting all that while "protecting our freedoms" complete with disgusting grin.

    The silence was deafening aside from a few who couldn't suppress groans if indignation til I spoke up and asked, "What freedoms?"

    The sappy college "ejikaytid" bureaucrat replied, "Well yer not in handcuffs yet." Ya gotta love his definition of "freedom" and whatever it is that he thinks he's protecting. I conclude that we're screwed, and predict he and his ilk will be easy pickins too.

    I was at a party recently where a newly minted US Army major was smugly bragging in great detail about the bennies he was getting, and would be getting

    It’s possible that our servicemen receive more largess and perks than the men who guarded the Fulda Gap during the Cold War, or who won the First Gulf War of 1991, ever did.

    Check out G2Mil – Carlton Meyer’s site for more detail on this state of affairs.

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  76. Wally says:
    @mcohen
    Yeah i know.first hand testimony from my grandparents who came from a village called ressin near kovno is not enough for AA's like yourself so i had to whip out the wtf (wiki the f*ck).my apologies

    Here is a better link

    https://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/the-pale-of-settlement

    said:
    “Yeah i know.first hand testimony from my grandparents who came from a village called ressin near kovno is not… ”

    So then, what did your grandparents say?
    By “first hand testimony”, I assume what you really mean is just ‘said’, or what’s more than likely, what you said they said.

    How about those first hand “testimonies” by those who witnessed witchcraft & sea monsters?

    Gee, ‘Jewish Virtual Library’, not exactly unbiased, reliable ‘history’; especially when it comes to fake news which they profit from.

    See that sham outfit debunked repeatedly here:

    https://forum.codoh.com/search.php?keywords=Jewish++Library+Virtual&fid%5B0%5D=2

    http://www.codoh.com

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    Hey linh.ever come across this in last glimpse in philly

    https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=wally

    Wally

    A dance originated in Philly where a women is bent over, shaking her ass, and a man is dancing right behind her ass. Made popular by the song "Gimme a Wally"

    From the movie "when wally met sally".lol.

    Hohohohoho at codoh

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  77. Miro23 says:
    @myself

    What we are seeing is the hyper-financialization of the economy. It is far easier to pump and dump paper than it is to create real products.
     
    "Financialization" is the disease and downfall of English-speaking cultures. They (we) encourage it, facilitate it, celebrate it.

    These cultures confuse paper wealth with actual wealth. They fail to realize that finance is an activity much more easily mastered and replicated by competitors, while real-world technology and manufacturing are far less so.

    Contrast the economic histories of Britain and Germany, or the United States and . . . whoever shall be the future hegemon.

    Think about it.

    These cultures confuse paper wealth with actual wealth.

    Depends how it’s done. If a family mortgages the family home, and a younger member runs off with the money, his parents get the debt (and hard times), and he gets financial freedom.

    For example, where did the money come from for $ 5 trillion of ME wars? It’s new debt attached to the US public but only a small elite get to decide how it is spent.

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  78. Escher says:
    @Jeff Stryker
    Singaporean Indians don't care about Chinese values, particularly.

    They may not care, but they darn well live within the framework established by the Chinese-majority ruling class. The country also has an explicit policy of maintaining its original ethnic balance for the citizenry (75% Chinese, the balance Malay and Indian mostly).

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    I'd say there is some Chinese-Indian antipathy below the surface. Indians tend to supplement their population with new arrivals from India and Chinese Singaporeans regard them as a scourge. Which may be true.
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  79. @Lelle
    Doom and gloom.

    If life in the US is so hard, why are there so many knocking at the door? As I recall, there are talks about building a wall to prevent people from entering?


    Linh Dinh is a gifted writer, he can express himself like poets can however that is not the same as telling the truth or depicting the reality in an honest way.

    The guy with the IQ 165 does not seems very smart, why didn´t he realize for instance that buying shares in the tech sector ten years ago would make him extremely rich? People with high intelligence are not equipped with common sense, look at the math genius Nash. He believed that extra terrestrials tried to contact him by code in the NYT.

    If life in the US is so hard, why are there so many knocking at the door? As I recall, there are talks about building a wall to prevent people from entering?

    OMG. Such platitudes in 2018! The reason so many people come to America is that the American Oligarchy is turning their countries into unlivable hellholes even faster than in the United States. Nevertheless, I’ve yet to meet an immigrant (and I’ve met countless) that didn’t half regret coming here.

    The problem is usury. The solution is global infrastructure development and state-owned (not government bailouts) banks.

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    HOW LOW CAN YOU GO

    Latin America was unstable to begin with because of its racial/colonial component. At the top were some European aristocrats like Fox's family and then a load of poor Indians and Mestizos. So obviously the Indians and Mestizos left. That is the bottom line. In the case of Florida, the whites fled Cuba.

    The Spanish Mestizos and Chinese were going to dominate the Philippines anyhow, so ordinary Filipinos with no hope of ever being anything but squatters obviously want to get to the United States.

    It is really the same with Indians. The real high-caste Brahmin elite and Parsi do not come to the United States. They've got a good gig in India.

    The US is not responsible for the social framework of places like India or Latin America. They'd be the way they are and send the immigrants they did no matter what.
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  80. Miro23 says:

    It wasn’t engraved in stone that the rustbelt would turn out the way it did.

    In 1950 Detroit was the centre of the most dynamic industrial region, with world leadership in the auto industry, while bombed out Germany was struggling to rebuild in an industrial wasteland after its defeat in 1945.

    As it happens, the Germans successfully integrated government and corporate policy, organized skilled technical training, management and workers to produce a world class automobile industry that brought (and is still bringing) wealth to places like Stuttgart and Munich.

    By rights, Detroit should have had that position, but US industry and government (and maybe US society) must have dropped the ball multiple times to produce such a catastrophic failure – and not just in the auto industry – at one time they also had world leadership in computers and electronics.

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    If Detroit had been all-white it would have been an economically down-trodden Polish neighborhood like parts of Chicago. I'm not singling out Polish-Americans, save for the fact that they have roots in Detroit and did not leave like the Southern transplants (Who were born in the South anyhow) or the middle-class WASP professionals and Jewish business owners whose taxes (Jews do pay taxes) fueled a fairly well-maintained city.

    But like Pittsburgh, bad economic decisions were combined with a crime rate that rose so high that anybody who could leave the city did so. And in any event, the kids of auto workers went to college and acquired other skills.

    At a certain point, random crime and gang activity reach a point that nobody wants to live somewhere.

    Los Angeles still has a decent economy but the white middle-class is leaving.

    The threat of physical violence is like someone taking a shit on a wedding cake at a party. People are revolted, scared and leave.

    This is why Sydney still has a pleasant inner-city and the US is awful. It really comes down to 2 groups. Italians in specific pockets do some damage, or did, but this is minimal. There is no white-flight because of the Russian mafia presence.
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  81. Biff says:
    @obwandiyag
    Something tells me that, for most of the commenters on here, "resistance against our criminal overlords" means more free market capitalism.

    Good. Real smart.

    Something tells me that, for most of the commenters on here, “resistance against our criminal overlords” means more free market capitalism.

    Well, at least we will have some free market capitalism, as opposed to global monopolization.

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  82. @Miro23
    It wasn't engraved in stone that the rustbelt would turn out the way it did.

    In 1950 Detroit was the centre of the most dynamic industrial region, with world leadership in the auto industry, while bombed out Germany was struggling to rebuild in an industrial wasteland after its defeat in 1945.

    As it happens, the Germans successfully integrated government and corporate policy, organized skilled technical training, management and workers to produce a world class automobile industry that brought (and is still bringing) wealth to places like Stuttgart and Munich.

    By rights, Detroit should have had that position, but US industry and government (and maybe US society) must have dropped the ball multiple times to produce such a catastrophic failure - and not just in the auto industry - at one time they also had world leadership in computers and electronics.

    If Detroit had been all-white it would have been an economically down-trodden Polish neighborhood like parts of Chicago. I’m not singling out Polish-Americans, save for the fact that they have roots in Detroit and did not leave like the Southern transplants (Who were born in the South anyhow) or the middle-class WASP professionals and Jewish business owners whose taxes (Jews do pay taxes) fueled a fairly well-maintained city.

    But like Pittsburgh, bad economic decisions were combined with a crime rate that rose so high that anybody who could leave the city did so. And in any event, the kids of auto workers went to college and acquired other skills.

    At a certain point, random crime and gang activity reach a point that nobody wants to live somewhere.

    Los Angeles still has a decent economy but the white middle-class is leaving.

    The threat of physical violence is like someone taking a shit on a wedding cake at a party. People are revolted, scared and leave.

    This is why Sydney still has a pleasant inner-city and the US is awful. It really comes down to 2 groups. Italians in specific pockets do some damage, or did, but this is minimal. There is no white-flight because of the Russian mafia presence.

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    But like Pittsburgh, bad economic decisions were combined with a crime rate that rose so high that anybody who could leave the city did so.

     

    Pittsburgh has a rising and thriving economy, Old Sport.

    https://www.bizjournals.com/pittsburgh/blog/morning-edition/2012/05/la-times-profiles-pittsburgh-economy.html


    https://www.hamptoninstitution.org/pittsburgh-livable-city.html


    https://www.brookings.edu/research/capturing-the-next-economy-pittsburghs-rise-as-a-global-innovation-city/
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  83. @Low Voltage

    If life in the US is so hard, why are there so many knocking at the door? As I recall, there are talks about building a wall to prevent people from entering?
     
    OMG. Such platitudes in 2018! The reason so many people come to America is that the American Oligarchy is turning their countries into unlivable hellholes even faster than in the United States. Nevertheless, I've yet to meet an immigrant (and I've met countless) that didn't half regret coming here.

    The problem is usury. The solution is global infrastructure development and state-owned (not government bailouts) banks.

    HOW LOW CAN YOU GO

    Latin America was unstable to begin with because of its racial/colonial component. At the top were some European aristocrats like Fox’s family and then a load of poor Indians and Mestizos. So obviously the Indians and Mestizos left. That is the bottom line. In the case of Florida, the whites fled Cuba.

    The Spanish Mestizos and Chinese were going to dominate the Philippines anyhow, so ordinary Filipinos with no hope of ever being anything but squatters obviously want to get to the United States.

    It is really the same with Indians. The real high-caste Brahmin elite and Parsi do not come to the United States. They’ve got a good gig in India.

    The US is not responsible for the social framework of places like India or Latin America. They’d be the way they are and send the immigrants they did no matter what.

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    HOW LOW CAN YOU GO
     
    What it really boils down to is that we live on different planets.

    Latin America was unstable to begin with because of its racial/colonial component. At the top were some European aristocrats like Fox’s family and then a load of poor Indians and Mestizos. So obviously the Indians and Mestizos left. That is the bottom line. In the case of Florida, the whites fled Cuba.
     
    Maybe you've heard of the Monroe Doctrine? You might benefit from learning about US corporate ownership of the raw materials in the western hemisphere and US involvement in the military coups of the 1960s and 1970s. But those are just details aren't they, and you can't be bothered to actually learn any facts that might confuse your simple little view of the world, now can you?

    The Spanish Mestizos and Chinese were going to dominate the Philippines anyhow, so ordinary Filipinos with no hope of ever being anything but squatters obviously want to get to the United States.
     
    In the world I live in, the Philippines was an American colony and still host two of our largest overseas bases (purely for their benefit, of course).

    It is really the same with Indians. The real high-caste Brahmin elite and Parsi do not come to the United States. They’ve got a good gig in India.
     
    India was a British colony for a long time, and if being a British colony was so grand, why did we fight a war to kick them out?
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  84. @Escher
    They may not care, but they darn well live within the framework established by the Chinese-majority ruling class. The country also has an explicit policy of maintaining its original ethnic balance for the citizenry (75% Chinese, the balance Malay and Indian mostly).

    I’d say there is some Chinese-Indian antipathy below the surface. Indians tend to supplement their population with new arrivals from India and Chinese Singaporeans regard them as a scourge. Which may be true.

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    Singapore, from what I've seen and heard, is a very "letter-of-the-law", tightly controlled society. The people care more about the appearance of "rule of law", rather than its substance.

    The People's Action Party (PAP) has effectively ruled for decades, and has indeed steered the energies of the Singaporeans (and specifically of the Overseas Chinese) in order to build an extremely prosperous nation.

    But the PAP, and the Singapore Chinese, will let no one challenge their rule. They use ALL means within the LETTER (not necessarily the spirit) of their legal framework to get their way. ALL means.

    Some are constructive, like trying to lure away good opposition candidates and incorporating any good ideas they learn from opposing political parties into their policies.

    But many techniques are underhanded and questionable: If an opposition group or politician looks to become a threat to their power, and can't be ignored, convinced to come over to their side, or dissuaded from running, they will look for the smallest legal infraction in that group's or candidate's record and use the full weight of the legal system to disqualify the opposing party, or in some cases imprison prospective candidates.

    When the PAP looks for infractions, it need not manufacture them. But they will use, so I am told, anything they can dig up - a tweet, a social media post, an email, an unpaid parking ticket, literally anything. And, being human, everyone has done at least ONE thing that can be used.

    The result is that the PAP has never been able to be legally challenged in Singapore. They rarely lose their prosecutions, and the Constitution is written in such a way that laws are stacked in favor of the state. When their actions are questioned, they point to their constitution and cry "We are a nation of clear and enforced LAWS! They broke the law, we simply enforced it!"

    The result is that I seriously doubt Indians or any other ethnic group can become powerful in Singapore in opposition to the majority Chinese.

    Now here's the FUN PART:

    Mainland Chinese may like Singapore's prosperity, but practically snicker with derision at Singapore's pretense of being "a constitutional democracy".

    Mainland China is completely up-front about their political system, and could not care less what foreigners think. You come to China, you know EXACTLY who you're dealing with. They straight-up tell you so.

    Why the crying need for Singapore to APPEAR to have (in letter, not in spirit) an "open democracy"? Deep-seated feeling of inferiority? Sheer Hypocrisy?

    The Mainland Chinese have many theories, none of them flattering to Singapore.

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  85. mcohen says:
    @Wally
    said:
    "Yeah i know.first hand testimony from my grandparents who came from a village called ressin near kovno is not... "

    So then, what did your grandparents say?
    By "first hand testimony", I assume what you really mean is just 'said', or what's more than likely, what you said they said.

    How about those first hand "testimonies" by those who witnessed witchcraft & sea monsters?

    Gee, 'Jewish Virtual Library', not exactly unbiased, reliable 'history'; especially when it comes to fake news which they profit from.

    See that sham outfit debunked repeatedly here:
    https://forum.codoh.com/search.php?keywords=Jewish++Library+Virtual&fid%5B0%5D=2

    www.codoh.com

    Hey linh.ever come across this in last glimpse in philly

    https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=wally

    Wally

    A dance originated in Philly where a women is bent over, shaking her ass, and a man is dancing right behind her ass. Made popular by the song “Gimme a Wally”

    From the movie “when wally met sally”.lol.

    Hohohohoho at codoh

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  86. Dan says:
    @Triumph104
    I just watched a Noam Chomsky interview. Chomsky, a Philadelphia native, was asked why he got his bachelor's, master's, and doctorate all at UPenn. He said the people he knew didn't go away to school so he went to a local college.

    65-ish Jim is in the manic phase of his bipolar disorder.

    Thanks for your writings Linh.

    I believe UPenn , like Harvard and Oxford, is a hotbed for spooks. MIT – where Chomsky spent many years – is as well.

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  87. Dan says:
    @ChuckOrloski
    Hi Linh,

    I feel hurt circumstances prevailed, such that we could not meet prior to your going home.

    This essay is beautiful, and every place/beer garden where I dragged you along (around northeast Pennsylvania) is for me become more rich-in-spirit, memorable.

    Remembering an Allman Brothers Band song lyric-proclamation, "the road goes on forever," I predict each person noted within "Last Philly Glimpses'" shall be present with you on-the-road in Asia.

    Happy trails "until we meet again."

    Chuck, in the same Allman’s vein: “There’s nobody left to run with anymore.”

    And, in the midst of our silly, superficial, mass-consumerist society, it pays to remember that “you can’t take it with you when you’re gone.”

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  88. Dan says:
    @anonymous
    Thank you.

    Linh Dinh draws some strange flak around here. He not only writes truthfully and beautifully. He called the last Presidential election months out, citing the Establishment’s need to create a vent pipe for a different subset of gullible Americans.

    Most people like to keep their heads up their duffs, though.

    “..citing the Establishment’s need to create a vent pipe for a different subset of gullible Americans.”

    The same outlet Linh provides. Interesting.

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  89. Dan says:
    @unit472
    From someone who spent far too much of my youth sitting on barstools I wish Linh Dinh well but 54 is awfully late in the game to decide you need to make a living and its far more difficult today than when I put my drink down in the 1980's!

    There’s probably more to Linh’s story than we are aware. His whole persona doesn’t pass the smell test.

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  90. @paul metcalf
    survivers from the titanic:65per cent 1st class

    20per cent 2nd class

    0per cent steerage

    says it all really.good luck to you and yours linh.find a good pub with decent beer and you will be ok.
    leave an address and we'll all visit one day.cheers

    “survivers from the titanic:65per cent 1st class

    20per cent 2nd class

    0per cent steerage”

    Not true. If you were a woman or child in steerage, you had slightly better odds of surviving than a first class male passenger.

    Worst odds were second class males, only 8% survived. Best odds – second class children – 100% survived.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RMS_Titanic#Survivors_and_victims

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    Not quite. About 8% of the victims were 1st class; 8% were 2nd class; 35% were third class; 44% were crew. About 38% of 1st class passengers died; 51% of 2nd class passengers; 75% of third class passengers; and 77% of the crew.
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  91. Truth says:
    @Jeff Stryker
    The people that want to immigrate to the United States are not Western Europeans. I'm not even sure most Eastern Europeans really want to immigrate to the United States. '

    The people knocking on the door of the United States are Mestizos and Indians from Latin America-you'll meet very few middle-class Argentinians of Italian ancestry trying to immigrate.

    The Asians that do immigrate do so to niche pockets of their countrymen or because of a work contract in Silicone Valley-and many of them return.

    Not many of them want to immigrate to Flint, Michigan or the hollers of the Flyover.

    However, Europe could get so bad that maybe Swedes will start immigrating to Minnesota again.

    My personal opinion is that the Rustbelt and particularly the coldest parts of it in Michigan or Wisconsin, is one of the most undesirable places on earth.

    If you're from Flint Michigan, you're worse off than someone in Eastern Europe, more or less.

    The people that want to immigrate to the United States are not Western Europeans.

    That is totally untrue from my experience. I’ve met dozens of Swedish au-pairs overstaying their visas. And I mean for a decade or so. They all have told me that most of their friends, male and female would live in America given the chance.

    There is no comparison to America with anywere else as to where young people from around the world would chose to live.

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    I've BEEN overseas for the last 19 years since I was 25 and I doubt many Australians would rather live in Philly, for example.
    , @RadicalCenter
    Of the people who wish to immigrate to the USA, a very small percentage are white europeans, firstly because white euros are a small, and increasingly small, percentage of the world’s population.

    Moreover, we associate with Germans every weekend due to our children’s language class, and they characteristically have family back in Germany who have no plans to try to immigrate here. We have met some of them when they vacation in the usa. Anecdotal evidence will vary, but I doubt that most younger people in Western Europe are itching to move here to the USA.

    As for nannies and such people overstaying their visas, they will have a hard time working as anything else but off-the-books caregivers with no medical insurance, no pension, no enforceable wage or benefit or working-conditions rights, no ability to open a retirement account (tax-favored or otherwise), and no ability to even safely take an airplane without posssibly being nailed. Yes, we know someone like this. Not a wise move. But then, white people in Europe, especially NW Europe, aren’t particularly sensible or bright these days.

    , @jilles dykstra
    Emigrate to the USA ?
    Never
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  92. Truth says:
    @anonymous
    Thank you.

    Linh Dinh draws some strange flak around here. He not only writes truthfully and beautifully. He called the last Presidential election months out, citing the Establishment’s need to create a vent pipe for a different subset of gullible Americans.

    Most people like to keep their heads up their duffs, though.

    Yep, one of Linjo’s best moments.

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  93. Truth says:
    @Jeff Stryker
    A friend of mine Steve was a Marine in Dubai. Embassy guard. We were friends because he happened to be from Flint-a Polish guy whose Dad had been an autoworker in that city.

    Dubai was an exciting place to be a young man in 2000-Russian girls all around and even some of the local Arab women like Westerners back then, meeting jet setters, getting drunk in penthouses, the beach.

    He did not necessarily like being a Marine and was going back to civilian life but the last week in Dubai I could tell he was depressed. In two weeks he'd be back in Flint. A grey place of abandoned factories, frigid weather, crack houses where you'd never meet anyone you'd want to know.

    In his last week I could tell how depressed he was. He'd never see a beautiful sunset again, or have sex with an exotic beauty or meet a semi-celebrity.

    Love it or leave it types CAN'T leave. They'd starve in another country in a week, or as soon as their money ran out. They could not possibly find work, and even if they had money, they'd be unable to adapt at all. These unworldly types who have never traveled think their post-industrial city with its Section 8 on every corner and Oxy addicts and bad roads is the pinnacle of First World luxury.

    Your average East Asian would think his town was piece of shit, much less an Australian or European.

    In my own case, I had so little going for me in Detroit-parents divorced, house worth nothing, no opportunities anyhow-that there was nothing to go back to. So I stayed overseas.

    Actually immigrating anywhere is difficult. Even immigrating to Canada is well-nigh impossible; they are always wary of instability below the border and make it harder to go 40 miles over the border than from Asia.

    I could tell he was depressed. In two weeks he’d be back in Flint. A grey place of abandoned factories, frigid weather, crack houses where you’d never meet anyone you’d want to know.

    In his last week I could tell how depressed he was. He’d never see a beautiful sunset again, or have sex with an exotic beauty or meet a semi-celebrity.

    Is there some law I am unaware of that prevented this jarhead from settling in Miami?

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    Yeah, a couple.

    To begin with, Miami is a South American Banana Republic while Dubai is a glamorous international city that is safe and clean.

    A) Even if he inherited his parents house, you could not sell a house in Flint or the Rustbelt. WTF wants to move to Pittsburgh? Lucrative property investment?

    B) He had to attend college, not wanting to remain in the service, and a local college was all he could afford. Perhaps 5 years down the road he might have afforded to move to Miami.

    C) I assume he spoke English and perhaps a bit of Polish from his grandparents. Not Spanish.

    D) Pay grade rank was not that high and he'd need money for first and last month's rent in addition to having a skill that would get him hired right away.

    All of this faces the young, single person. Much less those with dependents.

    There is a reason why poor whites and African-Americans are trapped by market/socioeconomic forces in places like Detroit.
    , @Jeff Stryker
    MIAMI vs DUBAI

    I lived in Phoenix, Arizona for about 11 months after college prior to moving to Dubai.

    My financial situation was not as bad as some whites. I was a college graduate with a job, sharing a condominium with a graphic artist and a factory worker. Typical bachelor pigs.

    But Latinos are dangerous. My experience was with "Brown Pride" gang members who just happened on my path in the condo courtyard. The other instance was at a bus stop.

    To move to Miami or the Southwest and avoid Cholo-related dangers, you'd have to be making more than $50,000 a year.
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  94. Truth says:
    @Anon
    The latest liberal cause will be pedeophilia. Real pedeophilia, like under 10, not teen agers.

    There is no such thing as “liberal” or “conservative”, not in the manner you are implying. That is all masturbation for simpletons.

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  95. Truth says:
    @Jeff Stryker
    If Detroit had been all-white it would have been an economically down-trodden Polish neighborhood like parts of Chicago. I'm not singling out Polish-Americans, save for the fact that they have roots in Detroit and did not leave like the Southern transplants (Who were born in the South anyhow) or the middle-class WASP professionals and Jewish business owners whose taxes (Jews do pay taxes) fueled a fairly well-maintained city.

    But like Pittsburgh, bad economic decisions were combined with a crime rate that rose so high that anybody who could leave the city did so. And in any event, the kids of auto workers went to college and acquired other skills.

    At a certain point, random crime and gang activity reach a point that nobody wants to live somewhere.

    Los Angeles still has a decent economy but the white middle-class is leaving.

    The threat of physical violence is like someone taking a shit on a wedding cake at a party. People are revolted, scared and leave.

    This is why Sydney still has a pleasant inner-city and the US is awful. It really comes down to 2 groups. Italians in specific pockets do some damage, or did, but this is minimal. There is no white-flight because of the Russian mafia presence.

    But like Pittsburgh, bad economic decisions were combined with a crime rate that rose so high that anybody who could leave the city did so.

    Pittsburgh has a rising and thriving economy, Old Sport.

    https://www.bizjournals.com/pittsburgh/blog/morning-edition/2012/05/la-times-profiles-pittsburgh-economy.html

    https://www.hamptoninstitution.org/pittsburgh-livable-city.html

    https://www.brookings.edu/research/capturing-the-next-economy-pittsburghs-rise-as-a-global-innovation-city/

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    That rejuvenation was after my time.
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  96. @Truth


    The people that want to immigrate to the United States are not Western Europeans.
     
    That is totally untrue from my experience. I've met dozens of Swedish au-pairs overstaying their visas. And I mean for a decade or so. They all have told me that most of their friends, male and female would live in America given the chance.

    There is no comparison to America with anywere else as to where young people from around the world would chose to live.

    I’ve BEEN overseas for the last 19 years since I was 25 and I doubt many Australians would rather live in Philly, for example.

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    I guess that's why we have 50 states.
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  97. Here is a documentary on hyper-financialism. The short version is that Central Banks are being used to restructure economies in line with neoliberal policies that favor stock owners over workers and the general population.

    First, they bankrupt the country by blowing a giant financial bubble and crashing the economy then use the crisis to force reforms on the country.

    1. They remove the Central Bank from the control of the State and then claim it is independent.

    2. They hide who really controls the Central Bank. Typically it runs through the International Monetary Fund.

    3. When the economy crashes they send in Vulture Capitalists to strip the economy.

    And so on.

    If that fails, they try a coup.

    http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/49933.htm

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  98. @Truth

    I could tell he was depressed. In two weeks he’d be back in Flint. A grey place of abandoned factories, frigid weather, crack houses where you’d never meet anyone you’d want to know.

    In his last week I could tell how depressed he was. He’d never see a beautiful sunset again, or have sex with an exotic beauty or meet a semi-celebrity.

     

    Is there some law I am unaware of that prevented this jarhead from settling in Miami?

    Yeah, a couple.

    To begin with, Miami is a South American Banana Republic while Dubai is a glamorous international city that is safe and clean.

    A) Even if he inherited his parents house, you could not sell a house in Flint or the Rustbelt. WTF wants to move to Pittsburgh? Lucrative property investment?

    B) He had to attend college, not wanting to remain in the service, and a local college was all he could afford. Perhaps 5 years down the road he might have afforded to move to Miami.

    C) I assume he spoke English and perhaps a bit of Polish from his grandparents. Not Spanish.

    D) Pay grade rank was not that high and he’d need money for first and last month’s rent in addition to having a skill that would get him hired right away.

    All of this faces the young, single person. Much less those with dependents.

    There is a reason why poor whites and African-Americans are trapped by market/socioeconomic forces in places like Detroit.

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    Geoffrey; you are writing much and saying nothing.

    https://nordic.businessinsider.com/more-than-7-of-swedish-natives-live-abroad--and-usa-is-their-favorite-country-2017-1/

    https://www.thelocal.de/20170810/here-are-the-top-countries-where-germans-immigrate-to

    https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2017/11/these-are-the-countries-migrants-want-to-move-to/

    , @RadicalCenter
    If he wanted to attend university at an instate tuition rate, some States will count you as a resident for this purpose after you live there only one year. So it wouldn’t take five years to go to college at a good price elsewhere.

    Also, what would be wrong with U Mich or Mich State or Central Michigan at a campus NOT in a violent african pit like Detroit or flint? Could he suffer through four years in a town near Lansing, Ann Arbor, or Mount Pleasant as hundreds of thousands have done?

    Let’s ignore community colleges and their very low tuition, as well.

    As for Miami, it isn’t the only place in the USA with beautiful beaches, sunsets, or whatever else he is looking for. As you presumably know. As he presumably knows.

    As for not knowing any Spanish at all, it’s hard to understand the Spanish option never occurring to someone in junior HS or HS nowadays, even in Michigan. In any event, Spanish is typically the easiest foreign language to learn.

    As for never sleeping with another hot or exotic woman, that is on him.

    Your defense of the dimwit is easily disprovable excusemaking bullshit.

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  99. @Truth

    But like Pittsburgh, bad economic decisions were combined with a crime rate that rose so high that anybody who could leave the city did so.

     

    Pittsburgh has a rising and thriving economy, Old Sport.

    https://www.bizjournals.com/pittsburgh/blog/morning-edition/2012/05/la-times-profiles-pittsburgh-economy.html


    https://www.hamptoninstitution.org/pittsburgh-livable-city.html


    https://www.brookings.edu/research/capturing-the-next-economy-pittsburghs-rise-as-a-global-innovation-city/

    That rejuvenation was after my time.

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  100. Truth says:
    @Jeff Stryker
    I've BEEN overseas for the last 19 years since I was 25 and I doubt many Australians would rather live in Philly, for example.

    I guess that’s why we have 50 states.

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  101. @Truth

    I could tell he was depressed. In two weeks he’d be back in Flint. A grey place of abandoned factories, frigid weather, crack houses where you’d never meet anyone you’d want to know.

    In his last week I could tell how depressed he was. He’d never see a beautiful sunset again, or have sex with an exotic beauty or meet a semi-celebrity.

     

    Is there some law I am unaware of that prevented this jarhead from settling in Miami?

    MIAMI vs DUBAI

    I lived in Phoenix, Arizona for about 11 months after college prior to moving to Dubai.

    My financial situation was not as bad as some whites. I was a college graduate with a job, sharing a condominium with a graphic artist and a factory worker. Typical bachelor pigs.

    But Latinos are dangerous. My experience was with “Brown Pride” gang members who just happened on my path in the condo courtyard. The other instance was at a bus stop.

    To move to Miami or the Southwest and avoid Cholo-related dangers, you’d have to be making more than $50,000 a year.

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  102. denk says:

    Everybody knows [hopefully] fukus has been orchestrating a white genocide in Europe, yet hardly anyone notice the wholesale yellow genocide unleashed in Asia by fukusIndia.

    The following yellow countries were all overrun by Indian WMM and gobbled up by India, with fukus connivance.

    https://qph.ec.quoracdn.net/main-qimg-954b97cec06113fae673e1e526e5b6ee-c

    Arunachal Pradesh. Assam. Manipur. Meghalaya. Mizoram. Nagaland. Tripura.

    Sikkim,

    Bhutan averted being Sikkimised by signing up for UN membership, only barely….its already been overrun by Indian WMM and became an Indian protectorate.

    Singapore is kaput.
    Already Bhutanised and became a de facto fukusIndian outpost ,

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    Bad news denk ol boy. Indian WMM to yellow lands only to increase further.

    https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/business/india-business/india-to-send-3-lakh-youth-to-japan-for-on-job-training/articleshow/61041038.cms
    India to send 3 lakh (3 hundred thousand) youth to Japan for on-job training
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  103. Truth says:
    @Jeff Stryker
    Yeah, a couple.

    To begin with, Miami is a South American Banana Republic while Dubai is a glamorous international city that is safe and clean.

    A) Even if he inherited his parents house, you could not sell a house in Flint or the Rustbelt. WTF wants to move to Pittsburgh? Lucrative property investment?

    B) He had to attend college, not wanting to remain in the service, and a local college was all he could afford. Perhaps 5 years down the road he might have afforded to move to Miami.

    C) I assume he spoke English and perhaps a bit of Polish from his grandparents. Not Spanish.

    D) Pay grade rank was not that high and he'd need money for first and last month's rent in addition to having a skill that would get him hired right away.

    All of this faces the young, single person. Much less those with dependents.

    There is a reason why poor whites and African-Americans are trapped by market/socioeconomic forces in places like Detroit.
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  104. I live around the corner from Sheila from Dirty Frank’s and she’s a real good egg. It’s a real shame what happened to her. Check out the website link I posted, it’s worth a minute or dollar or two.

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  105. @Jim Christian
    Jilles, you need to go back and back in time and read Linh. Buckle your seat belt and prepare to read of the downfall at the grass roots. It ain't pretty, but it's what this country turned the people into. I cannot wait to see how the agents, the teachers and academia who are certainly not protected insiders, cope with the end-game when it starts getting ugly. They're the ones I'll come find when I need food and shelter and their women. E-Z pickins'

    You’re going to take women by force when the SHTF?

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    LOL!

    Hey, welcome to the wonderful new futureworld of WN!
    , @Jim Christian
    Oh calm down. That was rhetorical. I was at a gun show at Dulles Expo in Virginia years ago and a guy with a booth dedicated to guns of course and also prepping was asked what he stocks for food and water. His answer was, he's coming after the food and water of others. He was serious. When things get ugly, the softies of society, many of them instrumental to the destruction of a once-viable system, such as academics, politicians and of course, their women, are going to pay a very heavy personal price from the sorts of folks that will be running the streets without limits. It doesn't take much of an imagination to picture it.

    When the shit hits the fan, all things become...possible, even ok in the context of survival of the fittest. Do you wanna be the nails, or would you rather be a guy swinging the hammer? Decisions, decisions..

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  106. @Johann
    Auf wiedersehen Linh and don’t worry about Philly , Jim Kinney and his Irish mafia and his Iggles will keep things running smoothly.

    With Philly down near a third nonHispanic White and falling, I don’t think the Irish mafia will be holding on to much over the next couple decades.

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  107. @Jeff Stryker
    Yeah, a couple.

    To begin with, Miami is a South American Banana Republic while Dubai is a glamorous international city that is safe and clean.

    A) Even if he inherited his parents house, you could not sell a house in Flint or the Rustbelt. WTF wants to move to Pittsburgh? Lucrative property investment?

    B) He had to attend college, not wanting to remain in the service, and a local college was all he could afford. Perhaps 5 years down the road he might have afforded to move to Miami.

    C) I assume he spoke English and perhaps a bit of Polish from his grandparents. Not Spanish.

    D) Pay grade rank was not that high and he'd need money for first and last month's rent in addition to having a skill that would get him hired right away.

    All of this faces the young, single person. Much less those with dependents.

    There is a reason why poor whites and African-Americans are trapped by market/socioeconomic forces in places like Detroit.

    If he wanted to attend university at an instate tuition rate, some States will count you as a resident for this purpose after you live there only one year. So it wouldn’t take five years to go to college at a good price elsewhere.

    Also, what would be wrong with U Mich or Mich State or Central Michigan at a campus NOT in a violent african pit like Detroit or flint? Could he suffer through four years in a town near Lansing, Ann Arbor, or Mount Pleasant as hundreds of thousands have done?

    Let’s ignore community colleges and their very low tuition, as well.

    As for Miami, it isn’t the only place in the USA with beautiful beaches, sunsets, or whatever else he is looking for. As you presumably know. As he presumably knows.

    As for not knowing any Spanish at all, it’s hard to understand the Spanish option never occurring to someone in junior HS or HS nowadays, even in Michigan. In any event, Spanish is typically the easiest foreign language to learn.

    As for never sleeping with another hot or exotic woman, that is on him.

    Your defense of the dimwit is easily disprovable excusemaking bullshit.

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    Your defense of the dimwit is easily disprovable excusemaking bullshit.
     
    Are you guys sure you want a nation of nothing but people like you?
    , @Jeff Stryker
    I graduated from Central Michigan. As it happens.

    It was not as fun as Dubai. Or for that matter, Hawaii or Malibu.

    And while I lost touch with him, I suspect that in the short-term, he had to return to Flint. Which is a bit depressing when you have been anywhere.
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  108. Truth says:
    @RadicalCenter
    You’re going to take women by force when the SHTF?

    LOL!

    Hey, welcome to the wonderful new futureworld of WN!

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  109. Truth says:
    @RadicalCenter
    If he wanted to attend university at an instate tuition rate, some States will count you as a resident for this purpose after you live there only one year. So it wouldn’t take five years to go to college at a good price elsewhere.

    Also, what would be wrong with U Mich or Mich State or Central Michigan at a campus NOT in a violent african pit like Detroit or flint? Could he suffer through four years in a town near Lansing, Ann Arbor, or Mount Pleasant as hundreds of thousands have done?

    Let’s ignore community colleges and their very low tuition, as well.

    As for Miami, it isn’t the only place in the USA with beautiful beaches, sunsets, or whatever else he is looking for. As you presumably know. As he presumably knows.

    As for not knowing any Spanish at all, it’s hard to understand the Spanish option never occurring to someone in junior HS or HS nowadays, even in Michigan. In any event, Spanish is typically the easiest foreign language to learn.

    As for never sleeping with another hot or exotic woman, that is on him.

    Your defense of the dimwit is easily disprovable excusemaking bullshit.

    Your defense of the dimwit is easily disprovable excusemaking bullshit.

    Are you guys sure you want a nation of nothing but people like you?

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    Realistic doesn’t mean discompassionate. I’d have no problem, for example, with providing better unemployment benefits for people who lose their jobs, especially if they were our people, broadly but not limitlessly construed. I also understand the desire not to leave the place where one was born and raised even if it lacks adequate economic or educational opportunity, but it sometimes needs to be done.

    And the particular excuses made didn’t come close to withstanding scrutiny.
    , @RadicalCenter
    Are you sure you want to resort to snark instead of trying to rebut any of my specific points?
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  110. Republic says:
    @Poupon Marx
    Several Save Whites Sites are self-defeating. While Counter Currents is good for "well digging" obscure historical and National Socialism items and occurrences, it is poor at an engineering type assessment of the problem and real world solution.

    The Occidental Observer is burdened by a rather stupid, immature, and capricious moderator who believes that only he knows what is best for TOO, disallowing some of the most profound posters who who offend his silly insensibilities. Inconsistency, hypocrisy, and The Peter Principle sadly are diminishing this seminal and almost sacred site.

    Amren is indispensable but you CANNOT ever say anything derogatory about Jews, even if modest and true. I grant Mr. Taylor the benefit of the doubt, that such is the necessity for him to remain in business.

    Unz.com and Zero Hedge are the most powerful, unrestricted and for real free speech of quality and depth. Other smaller venues are in the same category. But few.

    Zero hedge about 4 or 5 years ago had very good commentors,but were mostly banned for attacks on the tribe. Zh servers are in switzerland and are subjected to libel laws in that country. Now all previous comments going back to 2009 have been deleted!

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  111. myself says:
    @Jeff Stryker
    I'd say there is some Chinese-Indian antipathy below the surface. Indians tend to supplement their population with new arrivals from India and Chinese Singaporeans regard them as a scourge. Which may be true.

    Singapore, from what I’ve seen and heard, is a very “letter-of-the-law”, tightly controlled society. The people care more about the appearance of “rule of law”, rather than its substance.

    The People’s Action Party (PAP) has effectively ruled for decades, and has indeed steered the energies of the Singaporeans (and specifically of the Overseas Chinese) in order to build an extremely prosperous nation.

    But the PAP, and the Singapore Chinese, will let no one challenge their rule. They use ALL means within the LETTER (not necessarily the spirit) of their legal framework to get their way. ALL means.

    Some are constructive, like trying to lure away good opposition candidates and incorporating any good ideas they learn from opposing political parties into their policies.

    But many techniques are underhanded and questionable: If an opposition group or politician looks to become a threat to their power, and can’t be ignored, convinced to come over to their side, or dissuaded from running, they will look for the smallest legal infraction in that group’s or candidate’s record and use the full weight of the legal system to disqualify the opposing party, or in some cases imprison prospective candidates.

    When the PAP looks for infractions, it need not manufacture them. But they will use, so I am told, anything they can dig up – a tweet, a social media post, an email, an unpaid parking ticket, literally anything. And, being human, everyone has done at least ONE thing that can be used.

    The result is that the PAP has never been able to be legally challenged in Singapore. They rarely lose their prosecutions, and the Constitution is written in such a way that laws are stacked in favor of the state. When their actions are questioned, they point to their constitution and cry “We are a nation of clear and enforced LAWS! They broke the law, we simply enforced it!”

    The result is that I seriously doubt Indians or any other ethnic group can become powerful in Singapore in opposition to the majority Chinese.

    Now here’s the FUN PART:

    Mainland Chinese may like Singapore’s prosperity, but practically snicker with derision at Singapore’s pretense of being “a constitutional democracy”.

    Mainland China is completely up-front about their political system, and could not care less what foreigners think. You come to China, you know EXACTLY who you’re dealing with. They straight-up tell you so.

    Why the crying need for Singapore to APPEAR to have (in letter, not in spirit) an “open democracy”? Deep-seated feeling of inferiority? Sheer Hypocrisy?

    The Mainland Chinese have many theories, none of them flattering to Singapore.

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    The Mainland Chinese have many theories, none of them flattering to Singapore.
     
    You manage to miss their pet piss for Singaporeans....
    as banana people, white inside, yellow outside.
    Then, PRC's main beef is with Singapore's alignment with fukusI in the made in USA SCS conflict.

    Listen up, PRC.
    Singapore is between a rock and a hard place .
    As a Chinese enclave in a Malay sea, with subtle and not so subtle threats frequently coming its way, Sg traditionally hedge its bet on the fukus security umbrella, while China remains an important trading partner with cultural affinity.

    Given a choice, any leader would choose the middle path, not to offend either China/fukusI.
    that's survival 101 for the little red dot.

    Here's the catch...
    Washington bodes no middle ground,
    You'r either with us or against us [1]

    There's a purpose in the live broadcast of Saddam and Ghadaffi's gruesome execution to the world, as the Chinese saying goes, killing the hen to warn the monkey.

    Why do you think murkka's 'allies' like jp, SK , Oz all 'choose' to shoot themselves in the foot to piss off their main trading partner, China ?

    It all boils down to this...
    YOur money or your life ?

    [1]
    It is not enough to be a friend of America. For a leader to survive, he must be a groveling yes-man, a political slave - and never mind America's long-forgotten principles of sovereignty or self-determination.
    https://rense.com/general96/mh370.html
    , @Escher

    But the PAP, and the Singapore Chinese, will let no one challenge their rule. They use ALL means within the LETTER (not necessarily the spirit) of their legal framework to get their way. ALL means.

     

    Their ethnic quota policy does not include the high paid expats and low paid construction workers of course.
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  112. Malla says:
    @Poupon Marx
    Linh is among the very best at delineations and laying out our dystopia and malaise. However, the next phase, after diagnosis, is what to do about it, the cure.

    Only separation and creation of an Indo-European explicitly based republic will allow "Whites" to regenerate and replace. Like Singapore, which is controlled by Chinese with Chinese culture and values, such a "White Republic" would allow the minority of Asians, Hindoos, and ethnic Jews who were "on our side". By law, Whites would never fall below 87% of the population.

    Most people are good enough with endlessly identifying the pathologies and killing agents of Whites, but have given little if any systemic, practical, and utilitarian thought to what needs and can be done.

    I am a Hindoooo and I say minimum 87% White is too low. It should be minimum 97% White. By law, Whites should never fall below 97% of the population.

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    Probably a Brahmin, from a fairly well-educated and prosperous background.
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  113. @Truth

    Your defense of the dimwit is easily disprovable excusemaking bullshit.
     
    Are you guys sure you want a nation of nothing but people like you?

    Realistic doesn’t mean discompassionate. I’d have no problem, for example, with providing better unemployment benefits for people who lose their jobs, especially if they were our people, broadly but not limitlessly construed. I also understand the desire not to leave the place where one was born and raised even if it lacks adequate economic or educational opportunity, but it sometimes needs to be done.

    And the particular excuses made didn’t come close to withstanding scrutiny.

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    When you move to another country entirely free of Non-Asian Minority crime, another words where you will never run into a Hood Rat or Cholo or Leatherface the Redneck, it is a weight off your shoulders. They're just not around.

    I did move from Detroit to Phoenix, and twice I ran into dangerous Cholos by dint of my complex being in area claimed by "Brown Pride" Cholos. It only happened twice, but both instances could have resulted in serious consequences.

    When I moved to Dubai, there were no longer Cholos.

    Its actually a CLASS thing. The real lowest income people of whatever minority are never going to be living abroad. I've met a few Brit lager louts whose company I would not treasure, but they are not going to follow you down the road in a banged-up Chevy low-rider or simply run around a corner shouting "I'll kill you white bitch!" like hood rats. Not on their package holiday.

    GMA (Filipino News Network) once interviewed an American retiree who said "I feel safer in Manila than I where I'm from". This is more or less true. There is nowhere in Manila as dangerous as parts of Baltimore or the Los Angeles barrio or some rural road where Leatherface will burst out with his chainsaw.
    , @Jeff Stryker
    RADICAL

    Don't tell a working middle class white man like me from Detroit (And no, I am not a Jew) that life is better in the US than Australia or Canada or Dubai. Because I've lived in these countries and worked in the latter two and I would tell you that you are totally full of shit.

    Los Angeles is getting unlivable. My grandmother's house sold for all of $70,000 due to the rise in crime in Detroit. There is not much opportunity for most white collar professionals in Amish country out in the sticks. If you are making bank or you are gay, San Francisco might be the place for you. And there are some other pockets of US cities that hipsters love.

    It isn't racial either. Leatherface swinging his chainsaw up and down a country road as the sun rises over rural America or Hills Have Eyes type white trash living in a meth lab in the desert are unlovely as well.

    I'd don't know where TRUTH lives in the US or why it is Disneyland to him.
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  114. @RadicalCenter
    If he wanted to attend university at an instate tuition rate, some States will count you as a resident for this purpose after you live there only one year. So it wouldn’t take five years to go to college at a good price elsewhere.

    Also, what would be wrong with U Mich or Mich State or Central Michigan at a campus NOT in a violent african pit like Detroit or flint? Could he suffer through four years in a town near Lansing, Ann Arbor, or Mount Pleasant as hundreds of thousands have done?

    Let’s ignore community colleges and their very low tuition, as well.

    As for Miami, it isn’t the only place in the USA with beautiful beaches, sunsets, or whatever else he is looking for. As you presumably know. As he presumably knows.

    As for not knowing any Spanish at all, it’s hard to understand the Spanish option never occurring to someone in junior HS or HS nowadays, even in Michigan. In any event, Spanish is typically the easiest foreign language to learn.

    As for never sleeping with another hot or exotic woman, that is on him.

    Your defense of the dimwit is easily disprovable excusemaking bullshit.

    I graduated from Central Michigan. As it happens.

    It was not as fun as Dubai. Or for that matter, Hawaii or Malibu.

    And while I lost touch with him, I suspect that in the short-term, he had to return to Flint. Which is a bit depressing when you have been anywhere.

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    Go Chips! You guys had some good looking girls when I passed through town a few times. And friendly people all around.

    I hope he found a better future, and there’s no reason he couldn’t leave the area to try to do so.
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  115. @RadicalCenter
    Realistic doesn’t mean discompassionate. I’d have no problem, for example, with providing better unemployment benefits for people who lose their jobs, especially if they were our people, broadly but not limitlessly construed. I also understand the desire not to leave the place where one was born and raised even if it lacks adequate economic or educational opportunity, but it sometimes needs to be done.

    And the particular excuses made didn’t come close to withstanding scrutiny.

    When you move to another country entirely free of Non-Asian Minority crime, another words where you will never run into a Hood Rat or Cholo or Leatherface the Redneck, it is a weight off your shoulders. They’re just not around.

    I did move from Detroit to Phoenix, and twice I ran into dangerous Cholos by dint of my complex being in area claimed by “Brown Pride” Cholos. It only happened twice, but both instances could have resulted in serious consequences.

    When I moved to Dubai, there were no longer Cholos.

    Its actually a CLASS thing. The real lowest income people of whatever minority are never going to be living abroad. I’ve met a few Brit lager louts whose company I would not treasure, but they are not going to follow you down the road in a banged-up Chevy low-rider or simply run around a corner shouting “I’ll kill you white bitch!” like hood rats. Not on their package holiday.

    GMA (Filipino News Network) once interviewed an American retiree who said “I feel safer in Manila than I where I’m from”. This is more or less true. There is nowhere in Manila as dangerous as parts of Baltimore or the Los Angeles barrio or some rural road where Leatherface will burst out with his chainsaw.

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    PS You are, of course, right about the glory of leaving the hateful retarded Africans and the Mexicans et al. behind when leaving the USA. Entirely right. And let’s not forget the wiggers and the other white folks who are assimilating down to that level.

    Even our long layover in the Taipei airport was such a pleasure, so clean, quiet, tidy, efficient, not stressful, made me want to vacation (tho not live) in Taiwan.

    Everywhere abroad where there were not many African or Mex “Americans”, or young white Americans/Canadians/western Euros, was so much easier to deal with. Mainly I’m talking about Poland, Ukraine, Philippines.

    No Africans exposing their underwear because of their aversion to belts, glaring constantly, talking loudly and stupidly and cackling.

    No morbidly obese land-whale white “girls” dropping F bombs as they waddle along discussing their moron “musician” and “actor” heroes (and, increasingly, doting on the african they’re sleeping with that year), refusing to move out of the way of other people on sidewalks, on concourses, in hallways.

    No tattooed Mexicans waddling along with the latest huge iPhone in their huge jeans back pocket —easier to afford when we’re paying for their medical insurance and sometimes food stamps — with four equally ugly, dim ninos trailing along. (Sorry, “Latinos”, I’m not looking for the tilde on here.)

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  116. @RadicalCenter
    Realistic doesn’t mean discompassionate. I’d have no problem, for example, with providing better unemployment benefits for people who lose their jobs, especially if they were our people, broadly but not limitlessly construed. I also understand the desire not to leave the place where one was born and raised even if it lacks adequate economic or educational opportunity, but it sometimes needs to be done.

    And the particular excuses made didn’t come close to withstanding scrutiny.

    RADICAL

    Don’t tell a working middle class white man like me from Detroit (And no, I am not a Jew) that life is better in the US than Australia or Canada or Dubai. Because I’ve lived in these countries and worked in the latter two and I would tell you that you are totally full of shit.

    Los Angeles is getting unlivable. My grandmother’s house sold for all of $70,000 due to the rise in crime in Detroit. There is not much opportunity for most white collar professionals in Amish country out in the sticks. If you are making bank or you are gay, San Francisco might be the place for you. And there are some other pockets of US cities that hipsters love.

    It isn’t racial either. Leatherface swinging his chainsaw up and down a country road as the sun rises over rural America or Hills Have Eyes type white trash living in a meth lab in the desert are unlovely as well.

    I’d don’t know where TRUTH lives in the US or why it is Disneyland to him.

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    Impressive, although I didn’t say life is better in USA for most people than in Canada and Australia.

    But I lived in Canada briefly and I follow its affairs somewhat, and they are not headed for any safe, peaceful, civilized, prosperous outcome. They are fortunate not to live next to a large reservoir of less intelligent, less productive, less Assimilable people in Mexico, but they are furiously working to surrender their country to indifferent and hostile and simply incompatible aliens as fast as possible.

    The city of Toronto is almost ten percent Muslim, and the city already wasn’t particularly friendly or socially cohesive before that group was allowed to settle in large numbers.

    British Columbia, where we lived, should be renamed Chinese Columbia, and is rife with corruption, profligate spending, increasing taxes, increasing restrictions on the right of selfdefense, and generally a nasty, rude attitude in day-to-day life from many of the many, many Chinese. (Though to be fair, we met a number of younger white people in BC who were real shits too.)

    Australia, for its part, is filling up fast with arrogant Indians and Chinese with little to no loyalty to the founding population and its values, culture, rights, and interests. I know a lefty bitch whom I grew up with in NJ, who married one of these arrogant Indians and moved to Australia, where he (as he pretty much bragged in a “joking” way) lords it over his white employees.

    Let’s not make out Canada and Australia to be what they were, either. They are turning into something unrecognizable and largely undesirable, just as we in the USA are.

    As for Dubai, give me a break. Among many other factors, I assume we are supposed to conveniently ignore the abuse of many thousands of Filipino and other foreign workers. Dubai isn’t a nice place for them. I’ve traveled too, and can’t agree that even today’s declining, balkanizing USA is generally worse than Canada or Australia for a person willing to work hard.
    , @Truth
    I live in Albuquerque, NM currently and for the last few years lived in Kuwait. I wouldn't especially want to live in Detroit, but If I did I would make the best of it and have a good time. A man is who he is, in Detroit, Compton, New York or Timbuktu.
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  117. @Malla
    I am a Hindoooo and I say minimum 87% White is too low. It should be minimum 97% White. By law, Whites should never fall below 97% of the population.

    Probably a Brahmin, from a fairly well-educated and prosperous background.

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    Not Brahmin but Kayastha. We are upper caste too. We are a mix of Brahmin (priests) and Kshatriya (warriors) and in ancient Hindu/Buddhist India we worked as scrolls in royal courts. During the British Raj days, my caste folks were some of the earliest to get a western education and continued our traditional ancient role in the British Raj's gigantic Indian bureaucracy.
    Educated in Europe (Britain and Germany) in Engineering.
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  118. @Jeff Stryker
    HOW LOW CAN YOU GO

    Latin America was unstable to begin with because of its racial/colonial component. At the top were some European aristocrats like Fox's family and then a load of poor Indians and Mestizos. So obviously the Indians and Mestizos left. That is the bottom line. In the case of Florida, the whites fled Cuba.

    The Spanish Mestizos and Chinese were going to dominate the Philippines anyhow, so ordinary Filipinos with no hope of ever being anything but squatters obviously want to get to the United States.

    It is really the same with Indians. The real high-caste Brahmin elite and Parsi do not come to the United States. They've got a good gig in India.

    The US is not responsible for the social framework of places like India or Latin America. They'd be the way they are and send the immigrants they did no matter what.

    HOW LOW CAN YOU GO

    What it really boils down to is that we live on different planets.

    Latin America was unstable to begin with because of its racial/colonial component. At the top were some European aristocrats like Fox’s family and then a load of poor Indians and Mestizos. So obviously the Indians and Mestizos left. That is the bottom line. In the case of Florida, the whites fled Cuba.

    Maybe you’ve heard of the Monroe Doctrine? You might benefit from learning about US corporate ownership of the raw materials in the western hemisphere and US involvement in the military coups of the 1960s and 1970s. But those are just details aren’t they, and you can’t be bothered to actually learn any facts that might confuse your simple little view of the world, now can you?

    The Spanish Mestizos and Chinese were going to dominate the Philippines anyhow, so ordinary Filipinos with no hope of ever being anything but squatters obviously want to get to the United States.

    In the world I live in, the Philippines was an American colony and still host two of our largest overseas bases (purely for their benefit, of course).

    It is really the same with Indians. The real high-caste Brahmin elite and Parsi do not come to the United States. They’ve got a good gig in India.

    India was a British colony for a long time, and if being a British colony was so grand, why did we fight a war to kick them out?

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    I lived and worked in the Philippines for 3 years so I would advance the opinion that my view of the Philippines is insightful.

    There was a great deal of Cold War hankie panky in Latin America but I do not see what that has to do with the white elite of Mexico dumping their garbage on our backyard.

    I would not say the opinion of a man who has lived most of his life in Asia is invalid and the Monroe Doctrine goes back to the time of Geronimo.

    As for India, the caste system was in place for many centuries before the British arrived, and I have spent some time in India so I'm familiar with the country.
    , @Malla
    Which war did we fight to kick them out? The Brits just left.
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  119. denk says:
    @myself
    Singapore, from what I've seen and heard, is a very "letter-of-the-law", tightly controlled society. The people care more about the appearance of "rule of law", rather than its substance.

    The People's Action Party (PAP) has effectively ruled for decades, and has indeed steered the energies of the Singaporeans (and specifically of the Overseas Chinese) in order to build an extremely prosperous nation.

    But the PAP, and the Singapore Chinese, will let no one challenge their rule. They use ALL means within the LETTER (not necessarily the spirit) of their legal framework to get their way. ALL means.

    Some are constructive, like trying to lure away good opposition candidates and incorporating any good ideas they learn from opposing political parties into their policies.

    But many techniques are underhanded and questionable: If an opposition group or politician looks to become a threat to their power, and can't be ignored, convinced to come over to their side, or dissuaded from running, they will look for the smallest legal infraction in that group's or candidate's record and use the full weight of the legal system to disqualify the opposing party, or in some cases imprison prospective candidates.

    When the PAP looks for infractions, it need not manufacture them. But they will use, so I am told, anything they can dig up - a tweet, a social media post, an email, an unpaid parking ticket, literally anything. And, being human, everyone has done at least ONE thing that can be used.

    The result is that the PAP has never been able to be legally challenged in Singapore. They rarely lose their prosecutions, and the Constitution is written in such a way that laws are stacked in favor of the state. When their actions are questioned, they point to their constitution and cry "We are a nation of clear and enforced LAWS! They broke the law, we simply enforced it!"

    The result is that I seriously doubt Indians or any other ethnic group can become powerful in Singapore in opposition to the majority Chinese.

    Now here's the FUN PART:

    Mainland Chinese may like Singapore's prosperity, but practically snicker with derision at Singapore's pretense of being "a constitutional democracy".

    Mainland China is completely up-front about their political system, and could not care less what foreigners think. You come to China, you know EXACTLY who you're dealing with. They straight-up tell you so.

    Why the crying need for Singapore to APPEAR to have (in letter, not in spirit) an "open democracy"? Deep-seated feeling of inferiority? Sheer Hypocrisy?

    The Mainland Chinese have many theories, none of them flattering to Singapore.

    The Mainland Chinese have many theories, none of them flattering to Singapore.

    You manage to miss their pet piss for Singaporeans….
    as banana people, white inside, yellow outside.
    Then, PRC’s main beef is with Singapore’s alignment with fukusI in the made in USA SCS conflict.

    Listen up, PRC.
    Singapore is between a rock and a hard place .
    As a Chinese enclave in a Malay sea, with subtle and not so subtle threats frequently coming its way, Sg traditionally hedge its bet on the fukus security umbrella, while China remains an important trading partner with cultural affinity.

    Given a choice, any leader would choose the middle path, not to offend either China/fukusI.
    that’s survival 101 for the little red dot.

    Here’s the catch…
    Washington bodes no middle ground,
    You’r either with us or against us [1]

    There’s a purpose in the live broadcast of Saddam and Ghadaffi’s gruesome execution to the world, as the Chinese saying goes, killing the hen to warn the monkey.

    Why do you think murkka’s ‘allies‘ like jp, SK , Oz all ‘choose’ to shoot themselves in the foot to piss off their main trading partner, China ?

    It all boils down to this…
    YOur money or your life ?

    [1]
    It is not enough to be a friend of America. For a leader to survive, he must be a groveling yes-man, a political slave – and never mind America’s long-forgotten principles of sovereignty or self-determination.

    https://rense.com/general96/mh370.html

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  120. @Low Voltage

    HOW LOW CAN YOU GO
     
    What it really boils down to is that we live on different planets.

    Latin America was unstable to begin with because of its racial/colonial component. At the top were some European aristocrats like Fox’s family and then a load of poor Indians and Mestizos. So obviously the Indians and Mestizos left. That is the bottom line. In the case of Florida, the whites fled Cuba.
     
    Maybe you've heard of the Monroe Doctrine? You might benefit from learning about US corporate ownership of the raw materials in the western hemisphere and US involvement in the military coups of the 1960s and 1970s. But those are just details aren't they, and you can't be bothered to actually learn any facts that might confuse your simple little view of the world, now can you?

    The Spanish Mestizos and Chinese were going to dominate the Philippines anyhow, so ordinary Filipinos with no hope of ever being anything but squatters obviously want to get to the United States.
     
    In the world I live in, the Philippines was an American colony and still host two of our largest overseas bases (purely for their benefit, of course).

    It is really the same with Indians. The real high-caste Brahmin elite and Parsi do not come to the United States. They’ve got a good gig in India.
     
    India was a British colony for a long time, and if being a British colony was so grand, why did we fight a war to kick them out?

    I lived and worked in the Philippines for 3 years so I would advance the opinion that my view of the Philippines is insightful.

    There was a great deal of Cold War hankie panky in Latin America but I do not see what that has to do with the white elite of Mexico dumping their garbage on our backyard.

    I would not say the opinion of a man who has lived most of his life in Asia is invalid and the Monroe Doctrine goes back to the time of Geronimo.

    As for India, the caste system was in place for many centuries before the British arrived, and I have spent some time in India so I’m familiar with the country.

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    the Monroe Doctrine goes back to the time of Geronimo.

    Actually to six years before he was born.
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  121. Malla says:
    @Jeff Stryker
    Probably a Brahmin, from a fairly well-educated and prosperous background.

    Not Brahmin but Kayastha. We are upper caste too. We are a mix of Brahmin (priests) and Kshatriya (warriors) and in ancient Hindu/Buddhist India we worked as scrolls in royal courts. During the British Raj days, my caste folks were some of the earliest to get a western education and continued our traditional ancient role in the British Raj’s gigantic Indian bureaucracy.
    Educated in Europe (Britain and Germany) in Engineering.

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    Probably Gujarati or a Maharashtra. See I am a Gora, but spent many years in India.
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  122. Malla says:
    @Low Voltage

    HOW LOW CAN YOU GO
     
    What it really boils down to is that we live on different planets.

    Latin America was unstable to begin with because of its racial/colonial component. At the top were some European aristocrats like Fox’s family and then a load of poor Indians and Mestizos. So obviously the Indians and Mestizos left. That is the bottom line. In the case of Florida, the whites fled Cuba.
     
    Maybe you've heard of the Monroe Doctrine? You might benefit from learning about US corporate ownership of the raw materials in the western hemisphere and US involvement in the military coups of the 1960s and 1970s. But those are just details aren't they, and you can't be bothered to actually learn any facts that might confuse your simple little view of the world, now can you?

    The Spanish Mestizos and Chinese were going to dominate the Philippines anyhow, so ordinary Filipinos with no hope of ever being anything but squatters obviously want to get to the United States.
     
    In the world I live in, the Philippines was an American colony and still host two of our largest overseas bases (purely for their benefit, of course).

    It is really the same with Indians. The real high-caste Brahmin elite and Parsi do not come to the United States. They’ve got a good gig in India.
     
    India was a British colony for a long time, and if being a British colony was so grand, why did we fight a war to kick them out?

    Which war did we fight to kick them out? The Brits just left.

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    If you meant the American War of Independence, I take my earlier comment back. I misunderstood, I was talking from an Indian perspective.
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  123. Malla says:
    @denk
    Everybody knows [hopefully] fukus has been orchestrating a white genocide in Europe, yet hardly anyone notice the wholesale yellow genocide unleashed in Asia by fukusIndia.

    The following yellow countries were all overrun by Indian WMM and gobbled up by India, with fukus connivance.

    https://qph.ec.quoracdn.net/main-qimg-954b97cec06113fae673e1e526e5b6ee-c

    Arunachal Pradesh. Assam. Manipur. Meghalaya. Mizoram. Nagaland. Tripura.

    Sikkim,

    Bhutan averted being Sikkimised by signing up for UN membership, only barely....its already been overrun by Indian WMM and became an Indian protectorate.

    Singapore is kaput.
    Already Bhutanised and became a de facto fukusIndian outpost ,

    Bad news denk ol boy. Indian WMM to yellow lands only to increase further.

    https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/business/india-business/india-to-send-3-lakh-youth-to-japan-for-on-job-training/articleshow/61041038.cms

    India to send 3 lakh (3 hundred thousand) youth to Japan for on-job training

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    Even with one hand tied behind their back in legal and networking terms the Indians in Singapore have given the Chinese a good run for their money.

    Denk of course will argue that Americans/CIA/Zion overlords tampered with Singapore's immigration policy in order to allow in more educated Indians to Singapore to prevent it from becoming a Chinese satellite.
    , @RadicalCenter
    Bad move, Japan.
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  124. Malla says:
    @Malla
    Which war did we fight to kick them out? The Brits just left.

    If you meant the American War of Independence, I take my earlier comment back. I misunderstood, I was talking from an Indian perspective.

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    Yes. I'm an American.
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  125. Malla says:

    It is strange how these White Americans are crying and wailing about how hard life is becoming in the USA under elite Jewish banker pigs. Yet White Americans were the tribe which played the big role in destroying the Third Reich, the one nation which was sucessful in freeing itself from the same elite Jewish banking pigs. They fought well for their Jew banker masters and their elite banker pig masters show their gratitude by sucking out the wealth from the USA (as well as Britain) and leaving it an empty shell (like what parasites do). Karma is a bitch.
    We are seeing a collapse of Rome repeating. And these pigs were there in ancient Rome too.

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  126. @Malla
    Not Brahmin but Kayastha. We are upper caste too. We are a mix of Brahmin (priests) and Kshatriya (warriors) and in ancient Hindu/Buddhist India we worked as scrolls in royal courts. During the British Raj days, my caste folks were some of the earliest to get a western education and continued our traditional ancient role in the British Raj's gigantic Indian bureaucracy.
    Educated in Europe (Britain and Germany) in Engineering.

    Probably Gujarati or a Maharashtra. See I am a Gora, but spent many years in India.

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    Yes you do seem to know India, I am sure you have been here for a long while. My family are originally from UP (a shitty state) but I have lived in Gujrat for many years, in the city of Baroda, good guess. But am not Gujrati.
    , @myself

    See I am a Gora
     
    I seem to recall that in an earlier post, you said you were of German extraction?

    Are you half German, half South Asian?

    Don't normally ask personal questions, but you were the one to mention it, so just want to clarify.
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  127. @Malla
    Bad news denk ol boy. Indian WMM to yellow lands only to increase further.

    https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/business/india-business/india-to-send-3-lakh-youth-to-japan-for-on-job-training/articleshow/61041038.cms
    India to send 3 lakh (3 hundred thousand) youth to Japan for on-job training

    Even with one hand tied behind their back in legal and networking terms the Indians in Singapore have given the Chinese a good run for their money.

    Denk of course will argue that Americans/CIA/Zion overlords tampered with Singapore’s immigration policy in order to allow in more educated Indians to Singapore to prevent it from becoming a Chinese satellite.

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    Well we succeed because we are clannish and cunning and shrewd. That’s it. Maybe denk is right.
    , @Malla
    BTW sending all those low grade Indian people to Japan is not a good idea for Japan. Desi (South Asian) guys are sexually desperate and having so many South Asian guys amongst cute Japanese chicks wearing mini skirts, not a good idea. Also we desis have low hygiene habits and low social mores. The Japanese are the exact opposite of us. Maybe denk is right, being a friend of the American Zio Empire is not a good idea. This desi WMM should be reason enough for Japan to jump into the lap of the PRC and away from Zio USA. If I would be Japanese PM and if it was possible, I would make an allaince with fellow yellow PRC and leave the Zio USA orbit just to prevent such a desi brown WMM.

    I mean I have been to parts of London, Manchester, Paris, Marseilles. Blacks and browns have turned those places to crap, third world cities in the making. I mean me and my Iranian girlfriend, we both suffered from a strong case of 'Paris syndrome'. In Paris she exclaimed 'Is this really France?'. We were surrounded by third world shitty Arabs and blacks. Will that be future of Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto, Seoul, Taipei, Beijing and Shanghai? I hope not.
    Prague, St. Petersburg and Krakow on the other hand are still European and good.

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  128. Malla says:
    @Jeff Stryker
    Even with one hand tied behind their back in legal and networking terms the Indians in Singapore have given the Chinese a good run for their money.

    Denk of course will argue that Americans/CIA/Zion overlords tampered with Singapore's immigration policy in order to allow in more educated Indians to Singapore to prevent it from becoming a Chinese satellite.

    Well we succeed because we are clannish and cunning and shrewd. That’s it. Maybe denk is right.

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    Bania in general and Parsi-who I don't consider Indians-are shrewd.

    Muslim Indians seem macho and drunk.

    Nair are compulsive liars and drunks much of the time. However, they are hardworking. Deep-down (to Goras) they hate North Indian "Aryans".

    Bengali women tend to be incredibly slutty nymphos (A white man knows this).

    Gujarati have the same business savvy of Jews, maybe more. Sindhi near enough.

    Tamil are very intelligent with numbers and essentially autistic.

    Whereas Sikhs are rednecks, for lack of a better term.

    Pakistanis are generally awful
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  129. Malla says:
    @Jeff Stryker
    Probably Gujarati or a Maharashtra. See I am a Gora, but spent many years in India.

    Yes you do seem to know India, I am sure you have been here for a long while. My family are originally from UP (a shitty state) but I have lived in Gujrat for many years, in the city of Baroda, good guess. But am not Gujrati.

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    Utter Pradesh is scenic, on the way to Kashmir. Been from Kashmir to Kerala, worked with Sikhs and Nair.
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  130. Malla says:
    @Jeff Stryker
    Even with one hand tied behind their back in legal and networking terms the Indians in Singapore have given the Chinese a good run for their money.

    Denk of course will argue that Americans/CIA/Zion overlords tampered with Singapore's immigration policy in order to allow in more educated Indians to Singapore to prevent it from becoming a Chinese satellite.

    BTW sending all those low grade Indian people to Japan is not a good idea for Japan. Desi (South Asian) guys are sexually desperate and having so many South Asian guys amongst cute Japanese chicks wearing mini skirts, not a good idea. Also we desis have low hygiene habits and low social mores. The Japanese are the exact opposite of us. Maybe denk is right, being a friend of the American Zio Empire is not a good idea. This desi WMM should be reason enough for Japan to jump into the lap of the PRC and away from Zio USA. If I would be Japanese PM and if it was possible, I would make an allaince with fellow yellow PRC and leave the Zio USA orbit just to prevent such a desi brown WMM.

    I mean I have been to parts of London, Manchester, Paris, Marseilles. Blacks and browns have turned those places to crap, third world cities in the making. I mean me and my Iranian girlfriend, we both suffered from a strong case of ‘Paris syndrome’. In Paris she exclaimed ‘Is this really France?’. We were surrounded by third world shitty Arabs and blacks. Will that be future of Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto, Seoul, Taipei, Beijing and Shanghai? I hope not.
    Prague, St. Petersburg and Krakow on the other hand are still European and good.

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    I don't necessarily thing that Baniya caste Indians have bad social habits or low hygiene.

    They are not a physical danger to women in the roads, like others are.

    I've known some power-abusing Brahmin but they won't physically harm you. They are no fun to have as a CEO, but won't gang rape or rob others. They're just assholes.
    , @denk
    I thought you've been rotting in some gawd forsaken Indian jail house, '
    hehehhe

    being a friend of the American Zio Empire is not a good idea.
     
    no guessing required.

    fukus has been using India against China ever since the Opium war, later in the eight nations alliance, 1959 Tibet, 1962 border war, 2008 Tibet riots, 2016 the QUAD.

    There was a think tank piece spelling out the strategy agAinst China. [lost its link]
    It projected China to be the no 1 economy in the near future while US/India will be relegated to 2nd, 3rd position.
    The recommendation is to combine the 2nd/3rd economy to counter the no 1.

    To strengthen that alliance, India's economy must be bolstered by all means.
    Hence the unfettered h1b visas, the massive outsource of jobs to India....

    All 'allies' are required to chip in to help this noble cause.

    Hence the open border policy for Indians and their families to work and become citizens in Sg.

    Now the massive program in jp to help upgrade India's technical capabilities and.....

    I heard TW, another yellow 'ally' of US, will follow Sg/jp's footseps.

    What does Ian Fleming's fundamental law of probability says .....'Once might be accident..........'

    hehhehe
    , @denk

    so many South Asian guys amongst cute Japanese chicks wearing mini skirts, not a good idea
     
    I dunno if the jp pay any attention to recent headlines about India...

    But I wouldnt shed any tears if jp get screwed by Indian WMM , another Yellow country to bite the dust like Sg.

    That 'd be karma for abetting fukusI to screw its father country.

    P.S.
    in jp language, its common to refer to China as the father country, 父国, .

    HEHEHHEH
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  131. @Truth

    Your defense of the dimwit is easily disprovable excusemaking bullshit.
     
    Are you guys sure you want a nation of nothing but people like you?

    Are you sure you want to resort to snark instead of trying to rebut any of my specific points?

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    Which point, specifically, would you like me to address, Old Sport?
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  132. @Jeff Stryker
    I graduated from Central Michigan. As it happens.

    It was not as fun as Dubai. Or for that matter, Hawaii or Malibu.

    And while I lost touch with him, I suspect that in the short-term, he had to return to Flint. Which is a bit depressing when you have been anywhere.

    Go Chips! You guys had some good looking girls when I passed through town a few times. And friendly people all around.

    I hope he found a better future, and there’s no reason he couldn’t leave the area to try to do so.

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  133. @Malla
    Yes you do seem to know India, I am sure you have been here for a long while. My family are originally from UP (a shitty state) but I have lived in Gujrat for many years, in the city of Baroda, good guess. But am not Gujrati.

    Utter Pradesh is scenic, on the way to Kashmir. Been from Kashmir to Kerala, worked with Sikhs and Nair.

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    Yes that part of UP is the good part, the parts closer to Himachal Pradesh, the mountain areas. It is the plains areas which suck. Good food tho.
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  134. @Jeff Stryker
    RADICAL

    Don't tell a working middle class white man like me from Detroit (And no, I am not a Jew) that life is better in the US than Australia or Canada or Dubai. Because I've lived in these countries and worked in the latter two and I would tell you that you are totally full of shit.

    Los Angeles is getting unlivable. My grandmother's house sold for all of $70,000 due to the rise in crime in Detroit. There is not much opportunity for most white collar professionals in Amish country out in the sticks. If you are making bank or you are gay, San Francisco might be the place for you. And there are some other pockets of US cities that hipsters love.

    It isn't racial either. Leatherface swinging his chainsaw up and down a country road as the sun rises over rural America or Hills Have Eyes type white trash living in a meth lab in the desert are unlovely as well.

    I'd don't know where TRUTH lives in the US or why it is Disneyland to him.

    Impressive, although I didn’t say life is better in USA for most people than in Canada and Australia.

    But I lived in Canada briefly and I follow its affairs somewhat, and they are not headed for any safe, peaceful, civilized, prosperous outcome. They are fortunate not to live next to a large reservoir of less intelligent, less productive, less Assimilable people in Mexico, but they are furiously working to surrender their country to indifferent and hostile and simply incompatible aliens as fast as possible.

    The city of Toronto is almost ten percent Muslim, and the city already wasn’t particularly friendly or socially cohesive before that group was allowed to settle in large numbers.

    British Columbia, where we lived, should be renamed Chinese Columbia, and is rife with corruption, profligate spending, increasing taxes, increasing restrictions on the right of selfdefense, and generally a nasty, rude attitude in day-to-day life from many of the many, many Chinese. (Though to be fair, we met a number of younger white people in BC who were real shits too.)

    Australia, for its part, is filling up fast with arrogant Indians and Chinese with little to no loyalty to the founding population and its values, culture, rights, and interests. I know a lefty bitch whom I grew up with in NJ, who married one of these arrogant Indians and moved to Australia, where he (as he pretty much bragged in a “joking” way) lords it over his white employees.

    Let’s not make out Canada and Australia to be what they were, either. They are turning into something unrecognizable and largely undesirable, just as we in the USA are.

    As for Dubai, give me a break. Among many other factors, I assume we are supposed to conveniently ignore the abuse of many thousands of Filipino and other foreign workers. Dubai isn’t a nice place for them. I’ve traveled too, and can’t agree that even today’s declining, balkanizing USA is generally worse than Canada or Australia for a person willing to work hard.

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    But I lived in Canada briefly and I follow its affairs somewhat, and they are not headed for any safe, peaceful, civilized, prosperous outcome
     



    The city of Toronto is almost ten percent Muslim, and the city already wasn’t particularly friendly or socially cohesive before that group was allowed to settle in large numbers.

     


    British Columbia...is rife with corruption, profligate spending, increasing taxes, increasing restrictions on the right of selfdefense, and generally a nasty, rude attitude in day-to-day life from many of the many, many Chinese.
     


    I know a lefty bitch whom I grew up with in NJ, who married one of these arrogant Indians and moved to Australia, where he (as he pretty much bragged in a “joking” way) lords it over his white employees.
     
    Now, my friend, these are your opinions about white countries...
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  135. @Malla
    Well we succeed because we are clannish and cunning and shrewd. That’s it. Maybe denk is right.

    Bania in general and Parsi-who I don’t consider Indians-are shrewd.

    Muslim Indians seem macho and drunk.

    Nair are compulsive liars and drunks much of the time. However, they are hardworking. Deep-down (to Goras) they hate North Indian “Aryans”.

    Bengali women tend to be incredibly slutty nymphos (A white man knows this).

    Gujarati have the same business savvy of Jews, maybe more. Sindhi near enough.

    Tamil are very intelligent with numbers and essentially autistic.

    Whereas Sikhs are rednecks, for lack of a better term.

    Pakistanis are generally awful

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    Well very true. Except that when you mean Tamil, I think you mean Tamil brahmins. The rest of them are not really that autistic. Many of them can be quite thuggish. But over all the South is much peaceful than the North. India probably is one of the few countries where the South is better (by only a small margin) than the North. In places like Italy for example, it is the other way round.
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  136. @Malla
    If you meant the American War of Independence, I take my earlier comment back. I misunderstood, I was talking from an Indian perspective.

    Yes. I’m an American.

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    You mean to tell me your ancestors were in the United States at that time?
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  137. Malla says:
    @Jeff Stryker
    Utter Pradesh is scenic, on the way to Kashmir. Been from Kashmir to Kerala, worked with Sikhs and Nair.

    Yes that part of UP is the good part, the parts closer to Himachal Pradesh, the mountain areas. It is the plains areas which suck. Good food tho.

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  138. @Jeff Stryker
    When you move to another country entirely free of Non-Asian Minority crime, another words where you will never run into a Hood Rat or Cholo or Leatherface the Redneck, it is a weight off your shoulders. They're just not around.

    I did move from Detroit to Phoenix, and twice I ran into dangerous Cholos by dint of my complex being in area claimed by "Brown Pride" Cholos. It only happened twice, but both instances could have resulted in serious consequences.

    When I moved to Dubai, there were no longer Cholos.

    Its actually a CLASS thing. The real lowest income people of whatever minority are never going to be living abroad. I've met a few Brit lager louts whose company I would not treasure, but they are not going to follow you down the road in a banged-up Chevy low-rider or simply run around a corner shouting "I'll kill you white bitch!" like hood rats. Not on their package holiday.

    GMA (Filipino News Network) once interviewed an American retiree who said "I feel safer in Manila than I where I'm from". This is more or less true. There is nowhere in Manila as dangerous as parts of Baltimore or the Los Angeles barrio or some rural road where Leatherface will burst out with his chainsaw.

    PS You are, of course, right about the glory of leaving the hateful retarded Africans and the Mexicans et al. behind when leaving the USA. Entirely right. And let’s not forget the wiggers and the other white folks who are assimilating down to that level.

    Even our long layover in the Taipei airport was such a pleasure, so clean, quiet, tidy, efficient, not stressful, made me want to vacation (tho not live) in Taiwan.

    Everywhere abroad where there were not many African or Mex “Americans”, or young white Americans/Canadians/western Euros, was so much easier to deal with. Mainly I’m talking about Poland, Ukraine, Philippines.

    No Africans exposing their underwear because of their aversion to belts, glaring constantly, talking loudly and stupidly and cackling.

    No morbidly obese land-whale white “girls” dropping F bombs as they waddle along discussing their moron “musician” and “actor” heroes (and, increasingly, doting on the african they’re sleeping with that year), refusing to move out of the way of other people on sidewalks, on concourses, in hallways.

    No tattooed Mexicans waddling along with the latest huge iPhone in their huge jeans back pocket —easier to afford when we’re paying for their medical insurance and sometimes food stamps — with four equally ugly, dim ninos trailing along. (Sorry, “Latinos”, I’m not looking for the tilde on here.)

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    MINORITIES OVERSEAS - Disclaimer (This does not apply to all minorities)

    When I was in Dubai some sailors came off a docked Naval vessel and got into a brawl at the KFC on shore leave with local Arabs. Like 10 MINUTES off the ship. I don't need to get more specific than that.

    A Crip went to Southern Philippines to try and purchase guns from Muslim rebels and they kidnapped instead, being so stupid as to think his family might have ransom money. Eventually the Embassy paid his ransom after some negotiation with the rebels. That was tax money well-spent.

    One Marine Embassy Guard was a Chicano whose name I never knew. Our paths crossed because he hung around low bars off-duty with Arab pimps and Russian hookers. He knew who I was and probably took offense of the fact that I made more money than him (We were the same age, about 25). Or maybe no reason at all. He looked like Richard Ramirez, with hair long enough to part in the middle. Another day I was driving past a Dubai building and he was seated outside in the dust with no money and nowhere to go off-duty in his black issue sweats. He looked up at me and grinned crazily and I saw he was stoned on hash. It made me think of the "Brown Pride" Chicano I'd run into in Phoenix.

    The worst redneck I ran into abroad was a guy named Bruce who had been a house painter and moved to the Philippines to open a girly bar. But meth was cheap/plentiful in Philippines at that time and he started smoking it again. He lost his bar but not before getting a prostitute in it pregnant with twins. Eventually he slept out in the open in a Neepah Hut. But he liked the crystal meth and didn't leave. Just slept out in the open in the Philippines with is belongings in a hut. Finally, he got dengue fever and the Embassy called his parents and told them to send him a plane ticket.

    I had sex with a white hick female sailor from Missouri in the Philippines who docked at a yacht club. She'd sailed from Indonesia. We went to a girly bar and she pole danced. Of course we screwed, because it had been 8 years since I had had sex with a white woman by then. I got THE WORST case of the clap known to man and when I urinated against a wall outside the hospital I nearly fainted in pain.

    There was one Canadian whore-monger who'd had one hit as a record producer and was nominally rich and had been drifting around Asian since 1980 hitting the red light districts-he'd died of AIDS.

    But the cost of a ticket and the need to have a pot to piss in weeds out the people you mentioned.
    , @Truth
    Jeff, Radd, if I were you guys I would exchange photos, I think the odds are pretty good that you are twins separated at birth.
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  139. @Malla
    Bad news denk ol boy. Indian WMM to yellow lands only to increase further.

    https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/business/india-business/india-to-send-3-lakh-youth-to-japan-for-on-job-training/articleshow/61041038.cms
    India to send 3 lakh (3 hundred thousand) youth to Japan for on-job training

    Bad move, Japan.

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    I ALWAYS suspected, that after Whites, Yellows will be the ones targeted by the Zio Cabal. Whites and Yellows are just too high IQ with good martial abilities populations to be left around if their One World Dictator rule is to ever succeed.
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  140. Malla says:
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    Bania in general and Parsi-who I don't consider Indians-are shrewd.

    Muslim Indians seem macho and drunk.

    Nair are compulsive liars and drunks much of the time. However, they are hardworking. Deep-down (to Goras) they hate North Indian "Aryans".

    Bengali women tend to be incredibly slutty nymphos (A white man knows this).

    Gujarati have the same business savvy of Jews, maybe more. Sindhi near enough.

    Tamil are very intelligent with numbers and essentially autistic.

    Whereas Sikhs are rednecks, for lack of a better term.

    Pakistanis are generally awful

    Well very true. Except that when you mean Tamil, I think you mean Tamil brahmins. The rest of them are not really that autistic. Many of them can be quite thuggish. But over all the South is much peaceful than the North. India probably is one of the few countries where the South is better (by only a small margin) than the North. In places like Italy for example, it is the other way round.

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    The North of India has more migrants, more Indian Muslims, Kashmir, the Portuguese did not leave until 1967, the English were responsible for the Partition.

    This is more bad luck than anything else.

    Socialism is the only system that could work in Kerala. Because Nair are compulsive liars and thieves, capitalism would never do. They'd rip one another off until the place looked like Ethiopia.

    The South benefited from remissions from the Arab Gulf. Bangalore is an IT hub and just happened to be where Bill Gates decided to offshore.
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  141. @Malla
    BTW sending all those low grade Indian people to Japan is not a good idea for Japan. Desi (South Asian) guys are sexually desperate and having so many South Asian guys amongst cute Japanese chicks wearing mini skirts, not a good idea. Also we desis have low hygiene habits and low social mores. The Japanese are the exact opposite of us. Maybe denk is right, being a friend of the American Zio Empire is not a good idea. This desi WMM should be reason enough for Japan to jump into the lap of the PRC and away from Zio USA. If I would be Japanese PM and if it was possible, I would make an allaince with fellow yellow PRC and leave the Zio USA orbit just to prevent such a desi brown WMM.

    I mean I have been to parts of London, Manchester, Paris, Marseilles. Blacks and browns have turned those places to crap, third world cities in the making. I mean me and my Iranian girlfriend, we both suffered from a strong case of 'Paris syndrome'. In Paris she exclaimed 'Is this really France?'. We were surrounded by third world shitty Arabs and blacks. Will that be future of Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto, Seoul, Taipei, Beijing and Shanghai? I hope not.
    Prague, St. Petersburg and Krakow on the other hand are still European and good.

    I don’t necessarily thing that Baniya caste Indians have bad social habits or low hygiene.

    They are not a physical danger to women in the roads, like others are.

    I’ve known some power-abusing Brahmin but they won’t physically harm you. They are no fun to have as a CEO, but won’t gang rape or rob others. They’re just assholes.

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    I don’t necessarily thing that Baniya caste Indians have bad social habits or low hygiene.
     
    Many baniyas run grocery shops (kirana stores) in India and they live like animals.
    Whatever you say, the vast majority of Banias and Brahmins are not first world material. They may be better than the masses but not first world material at all. I have had many friends from these communities. Except a small minority of them, most of them are not or will never be first world material, EVER.
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  142. @Truth


    The people that want to immigrate to the United States are not Western Europeans.
     
    That is totally untrue from my experience. I've met dozens of Swedish au-pairs overstaying their visas. And I mean for a decade or so. They all have told me that most of their friends, male and female would live in America given the chance.

    There is no comparison to America with anywere else as to where young people from around the world would chose to live.

    Of the people who wish to immigrate to the USA, a very small percentage are white europeans, firstly because white euros are a small, and increasingly small, percentage of the world’s population.

    Moreover, we associate with Germans every weekend due to our children’s language class, and they characteristically have family back in Germany who have no plans to try to immigrate here. We have met some of them when they vacation in the usa. Anecdotal evidence will vary, but I doubt that most younger people in Western Europe are itching to move here to the USA.

    As for nannies and such people overstaying their visas, they will have a hard time working as anything else but off-the-books caregivers with no medical insurance, no pension, no enforceable wage or benefit or working-conditions rights, no ability to open a retirement account (tax-favored or otherwise), and no ability to even safely take an airplane without posssibly being nailed. Yes, we know someone like this. Not a wise move. But then, white people in Europe, especially NW Europe, aren’t particularly sensible or bright these days.

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  143. @Malla
    Well very true. Except that when you mean Tamil, I think you mean Tamil brahmins. The rest of them are not really that autistic. Many of them can be quite thuggish. But over all the South is much peaceful than the North. India probably is one of the few countries where the South is better (by only a small margin) than the North. In places like Italy for example, it is the other way round.

    The North of India has more migrants, more Indian Muslims, Kashmir, the Portuguese did not leave until 1967, the English were responsible for the Partition.

    This is more bad luck than anything else.

    Socialism is the only system that could work in Kerala. Because Nair are compulsive liars and thieves, capitalism would never do. They’d rip one another off until the place looked like Ethiopia.

    The South benefited from remissions from the Arab Gulf. Bangalore is an IT hub and just happened to be where Bill Gates decided to offshore.

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    the English were responsible for the Partition.
     
    Nope, not at all. it were the muslim elites who wanted partition because they were scared of hinduwadi crackpots and also because of a fear of Hindu reprisals for the brutality of their rule before the British came.

    From https://api.parliament.uk/historic-hansard/commons/1947/jul/10/indian-independence-bill
    Indian Independence Bill 1947 in the British parliament.

    Prime Minister , Mr. Attlee in the house of Commons

    "Everyone who has touched the Indian problem has been brought up against this stumbling-block. They have all wanted to maintain the unity of India, to give India complete self-government and to preserve the rights of minorities. Every one of them has hoped that a solution might be found without resorting to partition. I know that many Indians of all communities passionately desire this, but it has not been found to be practicable.

    We. and the Indian statesmen have had to accept the only alternative— partition. For myself, I earnestly hope that this severance may not endure, and that the two new Dominions which we now propose to set up may, in course of time, come together again to form one great member State of the British Commonwealth of Nations. But this is entirely a matter for the Indians themselves."

    MP Mr. Sorensen (Leyton, West) said

    "I most earnestly hope and believe that in the course of time this partition of India will be bridged. For one thing, if it is proven in the days ahead that the Hindu minority within Pakistan and the Muslim minority within India have nothing to fear, but can live together in terms of sympathy and comradeship, that should surely supply the cement which will ultimately unite these two peoples of India. Again, if within Pakistan on the one hand, and India on the other, these two communities are dwelling together in peace and comradeship, surely it will come to be realised that there is no reason why the whole of India should not equally include those and other communities, dwelling in 2488 the same atmosphere. It may take some time before this desirable stage is at last achieved, and it would certainly be a mistake prematurely to try, so to speak, to rush the position and induce that which can only be achieved after some time has elapsed. That does not mean we shall withhold our earnest hopes and prayers that human beings in India, whether in Pakistan or the vaster part of India, will in the end realise that though experimentally for a time they have drawn apart, it has only been in order that they may later come more closely together."

    The British did not want the partition of India.
    , @Malla

    Because Nair are compulsive liars and thieves
     
    LOL. All populations in India except the Mongoloid populations of the North East of India are compulsive lairs and thieves. Sikhs are a bit more honest than the rest, maybe 10% more. But nearly all of India, Pakistan and Bangladesh populations can be described as compulsive liars and thieves.
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  144. Malla says:
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    The North of India has more migrants, more Indian Muslims, Kashmir, the Portuguese did not leave until 1967, the English were responsible for the Partition.

    This is more bad luck than anything else.

    Socialism is the only system that could work in Kerala. Because Nair are compulsive liars and thieves, capitalism would never do. They'd rip one another off until the place looked like Ethiopia.

    The South benefited from remissions from the Arab Gulf. Bangalore is an IT hub and just happened to be where Bill Gates decided to offshore.

    the English were responsible for the Partition.

    Nope, not at all. it were the muslim elites who wanted partition because they were scared of hinduwadi crackpots and also because of a fear of Hindu reprisals for the brutality of their rule before the British came.

    From https://api.parliament.uk/historic-hansard/commons/1947/jul/10/indian-independence-bill
    Indian Independence Bill 1947 in the British parliament.

    Prime Minister , Mr. Attlee in the house of Commons

    “Everyone who has touched the Indian problem has been brought up against this stumbling-block. They have all wanted to maintain the unity of India, to give India complete self-government and to preserve the rights of minorities. Every one of them has hoped that a solution might be found without resorting to partition. I know that many Indians of all communities passionately desire this, but it has not been found to be practicable.

    We. and the Indian statesmen have had to accept the only alternative— partition. For myself, I earnestly hope that this severance may not endure, and that the two new Dominions which we now propose to set up may, in course of time, come together again to form one great member State of the British Commonwealth of Nations. But this is entirely a matter for the Indians themselves.”

    MP Mr. Sorensen (Leyton, West) said

    “I most earnestly hope and believe that in the course of time this partition of India will be bridged. For one thing, if it is proven in the days ahead that the Hindu minority within Pakistan and the Muslim minority within India have nothing to fear, but can live together in terms of sympathy and comradeship, that should surely supply the cement which will ultimately unite these two peoples of India. Again, if within Pakistan on the one hand, and India on the other, these two communities are dwelling together in peace and comradeship, surely it will come to be realised that there is no reason why the whole of India should not equally include those and other communities, dwelling in 2488 the same atmosphere. It may take some time before this desirable stage is at last achieved, and it would certainly be a mistake prematurely to try, so to speak, to rush the position and induce that which can only be achieved after some time has elapsed. That does not mean we shall withhold our earnest hopes and prayers that human beings in India, whether in Pakistan or the vaster part of India, will in the end realise that though experimentally for a time they have drawn apart, it has only been in order that they may later come more closely together.”

    The British did not want the partition of India.

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    Possibly, but it happened under Winston's watch.
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  145. Malla says:
    @Jeff Stryker
    I don't necessarily thing that Baniya caste Indians have bad social habits or low hygiene.

    They are not a physical danger to women in the roads, like others are.

    I've known some power-abusing Brahmin but they won't physically harm you. They are no fun to have as a CEO, but won't gang rape or rob others. They're just assholes.

    I don’t necessarily thing that Baniya caste Indians have bad social habits or low hygiene.

    Many baniyas run grocery shops (kirana stores) in India and they live like animals.
    Whatever you say, the vast majority of Banias and Brahmins are not first world material. They may be better than the masses but not first world material at all. I have had many friends from these communities. Except a small minority of them, most of them are not or will never be first world material, EVER.

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  146. Malla says:
    @RadicalCenter
    Bad move, Japan.

    I ALWAYS suspected, that after Whites, Yellows will be the ones targeted by the Zio Cabal. Whites and Yellows are just too high IQ with good martial abilities populations to be left around if their One World Dictator rule is to ever succeed.

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    That is my conclusion as well. Although, I don't see how they can subjugate China. Japan is definitely on the list the list to get deracinated like all western countries. Here in eastern German on the Czech/Polish border, the plan is well under way, although no where near as bad as in western Germany.
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  147. Malla says:
    @Jeff Stryker
    The North of India has more migrants, more Indian Muslims, Kashmir, the Portuguese did not leave until 1967, the English were responsible for the Partition.

    This is more bad luck than anything else.

    Socialism is the only system that could work in Kerala. Because Nair are compulsive liars and thieves, capitalism would never do. They'd rip one another off until the place looked like Ethiopia.

    The South benefited from remissions from the Arab Gulf. Bangalore is an IT hub and just happened to be where Bill Gates decided to offshore.

    Because Nair are compulsive liars and thieves

    LOL. All populations in India except the Mongoloid populations of the North East of India are compulsive lairs and thieves. Sikhs are a bit more honest than the rest, maybe 10% more. But nearly all of India, Pakistan and Bangladesh populations can be described as compulsive liars and thieves.

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    I don't think Sikhs have the intellect to lie. Haley for example, is just not smart enough.

    When you get down to Kerela, where I lived for months at a time as a result of work, people believed their own lies. They lived in a state of cognitive dissonance, not knowing what was true.
    , @A guy in Germany
    Well that would explain my roommate in my first year at college. That guy was a compulsive liar with a capital C! I have never met anyone before or since who so felt the need to lie about everything! He was a southern Indian whose family had moved to Colorado. I mean the guy would literally lie about what he had for breakfast. Some of his lies were just preposterous. One time he claimed he has vacationed on a 3-day weekend in Paris...coming from Wyoming! 3 days from Wyoming to Paris is hardly enough time to get there and back.
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  148. @Malla

    the English were responsible for the Partition.
     
    Nope, not at all. it were the muslim elites who wanted partition because they were scared of hinduwadi crackpots and also because of a fear of Hindu reprisals for the brutality of their rule before the British came.

    From https://api.parliament.uk/historic-hansard/commons/1947/jul/10/indian-independence-bill
    Indian Independence Bill 1947 in the British parliament.

    Prime Minister , Mr. Attlee in the house of Commons

    "Everyone who has touched the Indian problem has been brought up against this stumbling-block. They have all wanted to maintain the unity of India, to give India complete self-government and to preserve the rights of minorities. Every one of them has hoped that a solution might be found without resorting to partition. I know that many Indians of all communities passionately desire this, but it has not been found to be practicable.

    We. and the Indian statesmen have had to accept the only alternative— partition. For myself, I earnestly hope that this severance may not endure, and that the two new Dominions which we now propose to set up may, in course of time, come together again to form one great member State of the British Commonwealth of Nations. But this is entirely a matter for the Indians themselves."

    MP Mr. Sorensen (Leyton, West) said

    "I most earnestly hope and believe that in the course of time this partition of India will be bridged. For one thing, if it is proven in the days ahead that the Hindu minority within Pakistan and the Muslim minority within India have nothing to fear, but can live together in terms of sympathy and comradeship, that should surely supply the cement which will ultimately unite these two peoples of India. Again, if within Pakistan on the one hand, and India on the other, these two communities are dwelling together in peace and comradeship, surely it will come to be realised that there is no reason why the whole of India should not equally include those and other communities, dwelling in 2488 the same atmosphere. It may take some time before this desirable stage is at last achieved, and it would certainly be a mistake prematurely to try, so to speak, to rush the position and induce that which can only be achieved after some time has elapsed. That does not mean we shall withhold our earnest hopes and prayers that human beings in India, whether in Pakistan or the vaster part of India, will in the end realise that though experimentally for a time they have drawn apart, it has only been in order that they may later come more closely together."

    The British did not want the partition of India.

    Possibly, but it happened under Winston’s watch.

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    The idea of Pakistan was formed in 1930, long before Winston was PM of Britain, by the Muslim League of India.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/All-India_Muslim_League

    On 29 December 1930 Sir Muhammad Iqbal delivered his monumental presidential address to the All India Muslim League annual session. He said:

    I would like to see Punjab, North-West Frontier Province [now Khyber Pakhtunkhwa], Sindh and Balochistan amalgamated into a single state. Self-government within the British Empire or without the British Empire, the formation of a consolidated North-West Indian Muslim state appears to me to be the final destiny of the Muslims, at least of North-West India.

    On 28 January 1933, Choudhary Rahmat Ali, founder of the Pakistan National Movement, voiced his ideas in the pamphlet entitled "Now or Never; Are We to Live or Perish Forever?" In a subsequent book Rehmat Ali discussed the etymology in further detail. "Pakistan' is both a Persian and an Urdu word. It is composed of letters taken from the names of all our South Asia homelands; that is, Punjab, Afghania, Kashmir, Sindh and Balochistan. It means the land of the Pure".

    The British and the Indian Press vehemently criticised these two different schemes and created a confusion about the authorship of the word "Pakistan" to such an extent that even Jawaharlal Nehru had to write:

    Iqbal was one of the early advocates of Pakistan and yet he appears to have realised its inherent danger and absurdity. Edward Thompson has written that in the course of conversation, Iqbal told him that he had advocated Pakistan because of his position as President of Muslim League session, but he felt sure that it would be injurious to India as a whole and to Muslims especially.
    , @Logan
    Got intrigued and looked it up. Shortest duration travel (flight time only) from Laramie to Paris is 34 hours round-trip.
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  149. @Malla

    Because Nair are compulsive liars and thieves
     
    LOL. All populations in India except the Mongoloid populations of the North East of India are compulsive lairs and thieves. Sikhs are a bit more honest than the rest, maybe 10% more. But nearly all of India, Pakistan and Bangladesh populations can be described as compulsive liars and thieves.

    I don’t think Sikhs have the intellect to lie. Haley for example, is just not smart enough.

    When you get down to Kerela, where I lived for months at a time as a result of work, people believed their own lies. They lived in a state of cognitive dissonance, not knowing what was true.

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  150. bluedog says:
    @Lelle
    Doom and gloom.

    If life in the US is so hard, why are there so many knocking at the door? As I recall, there are talks about building a wall to prevent people from entering?


    Linh Dinh is a gifted writer, he can express himself like poets can however that is not the same as telling the truth or depicting the reality in an honest way.

    The guy with the IQ 165 does not seems very smart, why didn´t he realize for instance that buying shares in the tech sector ten years ago would make him extremely rich? People with high intelligence are not equipped with common sense, look at the math genius Nash. He believed that extra terrestrials tried to contact him by code in the NYT.

    I would have thought you would know the reason why everyone is knocking on the door to get in,for the answer is simple its all the freebies paid for by the tax payers,food stamps free medical housing and if you want to start a business tax free for x number of years,while the suckers the American tax payer foots the bill…

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  151. Malla says:

    I don’t think Sikhs have the intellect to lie.

    I think you mean cunning intellect. Most Japanese or Germans or Englishmen I know never lie, but they were very intelligent. Most black people I know lied all the time (just like most Indians). Even good civilised intelligent gentlemanly blacks from Africa (PhD student types) lied a lot. Even non Nigerian black Africans, Nigerians were more hustler minded, aggressive, lying types then other black Africans.

    people believed their own lies. They lived in a state of cognitive dissonance, not knowing what was true.

    This is true for nearly all the inhabitants of India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. Anyways Mallus (Malayalis, natives of the South Indian State of Kerala for those who do not know) are quite a cunning lot in general, I agree. The Arab Gulf states are full of them as you know.

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    The only honest Kerala folks I met were the so-called St. Thomas Christians who claimed to be Syrian (Though I think they are actually Iraqi Jews).
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  152. Malla says:
    @Jeff Stryker
    Possibly, but it happened under Winston's watch.

    The idea of Pakistan was formed in 1930, long before Winston was PM of Britain, by the Muslim League of India.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/All-India_Muslim_League

    On 29 December 1930 Sir Muhammad Iqbal delivered his monumental presidential address to the All India Muslim League annual session. He said:

    I would like to see Punjab, North-West Frontier Province [now Khyber Pakhtunkhwa], Sindh and Balochistan amalgamated into a single state. Self-government within the British Empire or without the British Empire, the formation of a consolidated North-West Indian Muslim state appears to me to be the final destiny of the Muslims, at least of North-West India.

    On 28 January 1933, Choudhary Rahmat Ali, founder of the Pakistan National Movement, voiced his ideas in the pamphlet entitled “Now or Never; Are We to Live or Perish Forever?” In a subsequent book Rehmat Ali discussed the etymology in further detail. “Pakistan’ is both a Persian and an Urdu word. It is composed of letters taken from the names of all our South Asia homelands; that is, Punjab, Afghania, Kashmir, Sindh and Balochistan. It means the land of the Pure”.

    The British and the Indian Press vehemently criticised these two different schemes and created a confusion about the authorship of the word “Pakistan” to such an extent that even Jawaharlal Nehru had to write:

    Iqbal was one of the early advocates of Pakistan and yet he appears to have realised its inherent danger and absurdity. Edward Thompson has written that in the course of conversation, Iqbal told him that he had advocated Pakistan because of his position as President of Muslim League session, but he felt sure that it would be injurious to India as a whole and to Muslims especially.

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  153. @RadicalCenter
    PS You are, of course, right about the glory of leaving the hateful retarded Africans and the Mexicans et al. behind when leaving the USA. Entirely right. And let’s not forget the wiggers and the other white folks who are assimilating down to that level.

    Even our long layover in the Taipei airport was such a pleasure, so clean, quiet, tidy, efficient, not stressful, made me want to vacation (tho not live) in Taiwan.

    Everywhere abroad where there were not many African or Mex “Americans”, or young white Americans/Canadians/western Euros, was so much easier to deal with. Mainly I’m talking about Poland, Ukraine, Philippines.

    No Africans exposing their underwear because of their aversion to belts, glaring constantly, talking loudly and stupidly and cackling.

    No morbidly obese land-whale white “girls” dropping F bombs as they waddle along discussing their moron “musician” and “actor” heroes (and, increasingly, doting on the african they’re sleeping with that year), refusing to move out of the way of other people on sidewalks, on concourses, in hallways.

    No tattooed Mexicans waddling along with the latest huge iPhone in their huge jeans back pocket —easier to afford when we’re paying for their medical insurance and sometimes food stamps — with four equally ugly, dim ninos trailing along. (Sorry, “Latinos”, I’m not looking for the tilde on here.)

    MINORITIES OVERSEAS – Disclaimer (This does not apply to all minorities)

    When I was in Dubai some sailors came off a docked Naval vessel and got into a brawl at the KFC on shore leave with local Arabs. Like 10 MINUTES off the ship. I don’t need to get more specific than that.

    A Crip went to Southern Philippines to try and purchase guns from Muslim rebels and they kidnapped instead, being so stupid as to think his family might have ransom money. Eventually the Embassy paid his ransom after some negotiation with the rebels. That was tax money well-spent.

    One Marine Embassy Guard was a Chicano whose name I never knew. Our paths crossed because he hung around low bars off-duty with Arab pimps and Russian hookers. He knew who I was and probably took offense of the fact that I made more money than him (We were the same age, about 25). Or maybe no reason at all. He looked like Richard Ramirez, with hair long enough to part in the middle. Another day I was driving past a Dubai building and he was seated outside in the dust with no money and nowhere to go off-duty in his black issue sweats. He looked up at me and grinned crazily and I saw he was stoned on hash. It made me think of the “Brown Pride” Chicano I’d run into in Phoenix.

    The worst redneck I ran into abroad was a guy named Bruce who had been a house painter and moved to the Philippines to open a girly bar. But meth was cheap/plentiful in Philippines at that time and he started smoking it again. He lost his bar but not before getting a prostitute in it pregnant with twins. Eventually he slept out in the open in a Neepah Hut. But he liked the crystal meth and didn’t leave. Just slept out in the open in the Philippines with is belongings in a hut. Finally, he got dengue fever and the Embassy called his parents and told them to send him a plane ticket.

    I had sex with a white hick female sailor from Missouri in the Philippines who docked at a yacht club. She’d sailed from Indonesia. We went to a girly bar and she pole danced. Of course we screwed, because it had been 8 years since I had had sex with a white woman by then. I got THE WORST case of the clap known to man and when I urinated against a wall outside the hospital I nearly fainted in pain.

    There was one Canadian whore-monger who’d had one hit as a record producer and was nominally rich and had been drifting around Asian since 1980 hitting the red light districts-he’d died of AIDS.

    But the cost of a ticket and the need to have a pot to piss in weeds out the people you mentioned.

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    That's good ish, Geoffrey!

    Hey, you know Ronnie's going to need a replacement columnist for Linjho. You can write Alfredo Reed stuff for the younger set, and you don't have Alfredo's baggage, he loathes blacks, sincerely dislikes whites and loves Mexicans; you have EVERYONE.
    , @Anonymous

    One Marine Embassy Guard.... He looked like Richard Ramirez,with hair long enough to part in the middle.
     
    Really.

    https://i.imgur.com/RRX0rrA.jpg

    x

    https://i.imgur.com/QuJisNF.png

    The unwritten, but loudly spoken Marine Corps rule is that you need a fresh haircut every Monday.

    He looked up at me and grinned crazily and I saw he was stoned on hash.
     
    Drug abuse is grounds for immediate separation upon the first offense under Marine Corps Order 1900.16, paragraph 6210.5a. How did he pass the urinalysis test?
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  154. denk says:
    @Malla
    BTW sending all those low grade Indian people to Japan is not a good idea for Japan. Desi (South Asian) guys are sexually desperate and having so many South Asian guys amongst cute Japanese chicks wearing mini skirts, not a good idea. Also we desis have low hygiene habits and low social mores. The Japanese are the exact opposite of us. Maybe denk is right, being a friend of the American Zio Empire is not a good idea. This desi WMM should be reason enough for Japan to jump into the lap of the PRC and away from Zio USA. If I would be Japanese PM and if it was possible, I would make an allaince with fellow yellow PRC and leave the Zio USA orbit just to prevent such a desi brown WMM.

    I mean I have been to parts of London, Manchester, Paris, Marseilles. Blacks and browns have turned those places to crap, third world cities in the making. I mean me and my Iranian girlfriend, we both suffered from a strong case of 'Paris syndrome'. In Paris she exclaimed 'Is this really France?'. We were surrounded by third world shitty Arabs and blacks. Will that be future of Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto, Seoul, Taipei, Beijing and Shanghai? I hope not.
    Prague, St. Petersburg and Krakow on the other hand are still European and good.

    I thought you’ve been rotting in some gawd forsaken Indian jail house, ‘
    hehehhe

    being a friend of the American Zio Empire is not a good idea.

    no guessing required.

    fukus has been using India against China ever since the Opium war, later in the eight nations alliance, 1959 Tibet, 1962 border war, 2008 Tibet riots, 2016 the QUAD.

    There was a think tank piece spelling out the strategy agAinst China. [lost its link]
    It projected China to be the no 1 economy in the near future while US/India will be relegated to 2nd, 3rd position.
    The recommendation is to combine the 2nd/3rd economy to counter the no 1.

    To strengthen that alliance, India’s economy must be bolstered by all means.
    Hence the unfettered h1b visas, the massive outsource of jobs to India….

    All ‘allies’ are required to chip in to help this noble cause.

    Hence the open border policy for Indians and their families to work and become citizens in Sg.

    Now the massive program in jp to help upgrade India’s technical capabilities and…..

    I heard TW, another yellow ‘ally’ of US, will follow Sg/jp’s footseps.

    What does Ian Fleming’s fundamental law of probability says …..’Once might be accident……….’

    hehhehe

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    I thought you’ve been rotting in some gawd forsaken Indian jail house, ‘
    hehehhe
     
    hehehe nah!!! Just busy with work.

    fukus has been using India against China


    Yes but India too is trying to use the West against China. The Indians elites cannot stomach the rise of China (this makes them look like losers to their own people and the world). The Indian deep state is merging with the Israeli and American deep states. Our elites hate China and would have acted against China irrespective of fukus.

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  155. https://kenfm.de/tagesdosis-31-7-2018-das-war-der-freie-westen/

    This was the free west.
    The article is about Assange, Wikileaks, it seems he must leave the Ecuador embassy in London, then the British will arrest him, and extradite him to the USA.
    The writer calls for demonstrations in Europe to grant Assange asylum.

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  156. @Truth


    The people that want to immigrate to the United States are not Western Europeans.
     
    That is totally untrue from my experience. I've met dozens of Swedish au-pairs overstaying their visas. And I mean for a decade or so. They all have told me that most of their friends, male and female would live in America given the chance.

    There is no comparison to America with anywere else as to where young people from around the world would chose to live.

    Emigrate to the USA ?
    Never

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    How are the Arabic lessons coming along?

    Are you studying Fusha or one of the North African dialects?
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  157. @Malla

    I don’t think Sikhs have the intellect to lie.
     
    I think you mean cunning intellect. Most Japanese or Germans or Englishmen I know never lie, but they were very intelligent. Most black people I know lied all the time (just like most Indians). Even good civilised intelligent gentlemanly blacks from Africa (PhD student types) lied a lot. Even non Nigerian black Africans, Nigerians were more hustler minded, aggressive, lying types then other black Africans.

    people believed their own lies. They lived in a state of cognitive dissonance, not knowing what was true.
     
    This is true for nearly all the inhabitants of India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. Anyways Mallus (Malayalis, natives of the South Indian State of Kerala for those who do not know) are quite a cunning lot in general, I agree. The Arab Gulf states are full of them as you know.

    The only honest Kerala folks I met were the so-called St. Thomas Christians who claimed to be Syrian (Though I think they are actually Iraqi Jews).

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    They are partially descended from Middle eastern Jews.
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  158. @Jim Christian
    Jilles, you need to go back and back in time and read Linh. Buckle your seat belt and prepare to read of the downfall at the grass roots. It ain't pretty, but it's what this country turned the people into. I cannot wait to see how the agents, the teachers and academia who are certainly not protected insiders, cope with the end-game when it starts getting ugly. They're the ones I'll come find when I need food and shelter and their women. E-Z pickins'

    Do I find anything new, after having read
    Christopher Lasch, ‘The Culture of Narcissism, American Life in an Age of Diminishing Expectations’, 1979, 1980, London
    William H. Whyte, ‘The organisation man’, New York 1956, Penguin 1961
    Thomas I. Palley, ‘Plenty of Nothing, The downsizing of the American dream and the case for structural Keynesianism’, 1998, 2000, Princeton
    Juliet B. Schor, ‘The Overspent American, Upscaling, Downshifting, and the New Consumer’, 1998 New York
    ?

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    There are lots of books detailing the decline. Linh is just more grassy-roots. Books detailing the stats on the poor are one category.

    Hitting the streets and getting the stories of some of the truly deplorable and the down-and-outers are quite another category. That's Linh..
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  159. denk says:
    @Malla
    BTW sending all those low grade Indian people to Japan is not a good idea for Japan. Desi (South Asian) guys are sexually desperate and having so many South Asian guys amongst cute Japanese chicks wearing mini skirts, not a good idea. Also we desis have low hygiene habits and low social mores. The Japanese are the exact opposite of us. Maybe denk is right, being a friend of the American Zio Empire is not a good idea. This desi WMM should be reason enough for Japan to jump into the lap of the PRC and away from Zio USA. If I would be Japanese PM and if it was possible, I would make an allaince with fellow yellow PRC and leave the Zio USA orbit just to prevent such a desi brown WMM.

    I mean I have been to parts of London, Manchester, Paris, Marseilles. Blacks and browns have turned those places to crap, third world cities in the making. I mean me and my Iranian girlfriend, we both suffered from a strong case of 'Paris syndrome'. In Paris she exclaimed 'Is this really France?'. We were surrounded by third world shitty Arabs and blacks. Will that be future of Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto, Seoul, Taipei, Beijing and Shanghai? I hope not.
    Prague, St. Petersburg and Krakow on the other hand are still European and good.

    so many South Asian guys amongst cute Japanese chicks wearing mini skirts, not a good idea

    I dunno if the jp pay any attention to recent headlines about India…

    But I wouldnt shed any tears if jp get screwed by Indian WMM , another Yellow country to bite the dust like Sg.

    That ‘d be karma for abetting fukusI to screw its father country.

    P.S.
    in jp language, its common to refer to China as the father country, 父国, .

    HEHEHHEH

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    its common to refer to China as the father country
     
    Mt friend Subhash's father was one of the best doctor's in my town. He had a clinic near my house around the corner. His son, my friend Subhash became a great Cadiac Surgeon, he out did his own father and I think was way smarter than his father.
    I wonder if his father ever felt jealousy towards his son. I hope not, because jealousy burns a person inside.
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  160. Malla says:
    @Jeff Stryker
    The only honest Kerala folks I met were the so-called St. Thomas Christians who claimed to be Syrian (Though I think they are actually Iraqi Jews).

    They are partially descended from Middle eastern Jews.

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  161. Malla says:
    @denk
    I thought you've been rotting in some gawd forsaken Indian jail house, '
    hehehhe

    being a friend of the American Zio Empire is not a good idea.
     
    no guessing required.

    fukus has been using India against China ever since the Opium war, later in the eight nations alliance, 1959 Tibet, 1962 border war, 2008 Tibet riots, 2016 the QUAD.

    There was a think tank piece spelling out the strategy agAinst China. [lost its link]
    It projected China to be the no 1 economy in the near future while US/India will be relegated to 2nd, 3rd position.
    The recommendation is to combine the 2nd/3rd economy to counter the no 1.

    To strengthen that alliance, India's economy must be bolstered by all means.
    Hence the unfettered h1b visas, the massive outsource of jobs to India....

    All 'allies' are required to chip in to help this noble cause.

    Hence the open border policy for Indians and their families to work and become citizens in Sg.

    Now the massive program in jp to help upgrade India's technical capabilities and.....

    I heard TW, another yellow 'ally' of US, will follow Sg/jp's footseps.

    What does Ian Fleming's fundamental law of probability says .....'Once might be accident..........'

    hehhehe

    I thought you’ve been rotting in some gawd forsaken Indian jail house, ‘
    hehehhe

    hehehe nah!!! Just busy with work.

    fukus has been using India against China

    Yes but India too is trying to use the West against China. The Indians elites cannot stomach the rise of China (this makes them look like losers to their own people and the world). The Indian deep state is merging with the Israeli and American deep states. Our elites hate China and would have acted against China irrespective of fukus.

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  162. Truth says:
    @Jeff Stryker
    RADICAL

    Don't tell a working middle class white man like me from Detroit (And no, I am not a Jew) that life is better in the US than Australia or Canada or Dubai. Because I've lived in these countries and worked in the latter two and I would tell you that you are totally full of shit.

    Los Angeles is getting unlivable. My grandmother's house sold for all of $70,000 due to the rise in crime in Detroit. There is not much opportunity for most white collar professionals in Amish country out in the sticks. If you are making bank or you are gay, San Francisco might be the place for you. And there are some other pockets of US cities that hipsters love.

    It isn't racial either. Leatherface swinging his chainsaw up and down a country road as the sun rises over rural America or Hills Have Eyes type white trash living in a meth lab in the desert are unlovely as well.

    I'd don't know where TRUTH lives in the US or why it is Disneyland to him.

    I live in Albuquerque, NM currently and for the last few years lived in Kuwait. I wouldn’t especially want to live in Detroit, but If I did I would make the best of it and have a good time. A man is who he is, in Detroit, Compton, New York or Timbuktu.

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    I used to visit a friend in Salmiyah, Kuwait City, right near the boat club on the water.
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  163. Truth says:
    @RadicalCenter
    Are you sure you want to resort to snark instead of trying to rebut any of my specific points?

    Which point, specifically, would you like me to address, Old Sport?

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  164. Truth says:
    @RadicalCenter
    Impressive, although I didn’t say life is better in USA for most people than in Canada and Australia.

    But I lived in Canada briefly and I follow its affairs somewhat, and they are not headed for any safe, peaceful, civilized, prosperous outcome. They are fortunate not to live next to a large reservoir of less intelligent, less productive, less Assimilable people in Mexico, but they are furiously working to surrender their country to indifferent and hostile and simply incompatible aliens as fast as possible.

    The city of Toronto is almost ten percent Muslim, and the city already wasn’t particularly friendly or socially cohesive before that group was allowed to settle in large numbers.

    British Columbia, where we lived, should be renamed Chinese Columbia, and is rife with corruption, profligate spending, increasing taxes, increasing restrictions on the right of selfdefense, and generally a nasty, rude attitude in day-to-day life from many of the many, many Chinese. (Though to be fair, we met a number of younger white people in BC who were real shits too.)

    Australia, for its part, is filling up fast with arrogant Indians and Chinese with little to no loyalty to the founding population and its values, culture, rights, and interests. I know a lefty bitch whom I grew up with in NJ, who married one of these arrogant Indians and moved to Australia, where he (as he pretty much bragged in a “joking” way) lords it over his white employees.

    Let’s not make out Canada and Australia to be what they were, either. They are turning into something unrecognizable and largely undesirable, just as we in the USA are.

    As for Dubai, give me a break. Among many other factors, I assume we are supposed to conveniently ignore the abuse of many thousands of Filipino and other foreign workers. Dubai isn’t a nice place for them. I’ve traveled too, and can’t agree that even today’s declining, balkanizing USA is generally worse than Canada or Australia for a person willing to work hard.

    But I lived in Canada briefly and I follow its affairs somewhat, and they are not headed for any safe, peaceful, civilized, prosperous outcome

    The city of Toronto is almost ten percent Muslim, and the city already wasn’t particularly friendly or socially cohesive before that group was allowed to settle in large numbers.

    British Columbia…is rife with corruption, profligate spending, increasing taxes, increasing restrictions on the right of selfdefense, and generally a nasty, rude attitude in day-to-day life from many of the many, many Chinese.

    I know a lefty bitch whom I grew up with in NJ, who married one of these arrogant Indians and moved to Australia, where he (as he pretty much bragged in a “joking” way) lords it over his white employees.

    Now, my friend, these are your opinions about white countries…

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    We were talking in part about whether the USA is as good for most people as canada, Australia, etc. Yes, those are still mostly-white countries, although continuing to change rapidly.

    There’s nothing wrong with pointing out what is wrong, declining, undesirable about any country, white or part white or nonwhite.

    And you’ll notice that much of what I decried about Canada and Australia, though certainly not all, has to do with the massive influx of nonwhites who often don’t seem loyal to their new country or affectionate or appreciative towards its people. It’s the white fools, of course, who let the colonizers in and who lack the guts to demand full assimilation to our language and culture, in the USA, Canada, and Australia alike.
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  165. Truth says:
    @RadicalCenter
    PS You are, of course, right about the glory of leaving the hateful retarded Africans and the Mexicans et al. behind when leaving the USA. Entirely right. And let’s not forget the wiggers and the other white folks who are assimilating down to that level.

    Even our long layover in the Taipei airport was such a pleasure, so clean, quiet, tidy, efficient, not stressful, made me want to vacation (tho not live) in Taiwan.

    Everywhere abroad where there were not many African or Mex “Americans”, or young white Americans/Canadians/western Euros, was so much easier to deal with. Mainly I’m talking about Poland, Ukraine, Philippines.

    No Africans exposing their underwear because of their aversion to belts, glaring constantly, talking loudly and stupidly and cackling.

    No morbidly obese land-whale white “girls” dropping F bombs as they waddle along discussing their moron “musician” and “actor” heroes (and, increasingly, doting on the african they’re sleeping with that year), refusing to move out of the way of other people on sidewalks, on concourses, in hallways.

    No tattooed Mexicans waddling along with the latest huge iPhone in their huge jeans back pocket —easier to afford when we’re paying for their medical insurance and sometimes food stamps — with four equally ugly, dim ninos trailing along. (Sorry, “Latinos”, I’m not looking for the tilde on here.)

    Jeff, Radd, if I were you guys I would exchange photos, I think the odds are pretty good that you are twins separated at birth.

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    CLINTON McFEE-One last lumpen example

    By the time I met Clinton Macbeth in the Philippines, he had no money. Other Americans would give him 50 pesos a day, or he would cadge a free bowl of rice from Filipino friends. He slept in free wooden huts on the beach.

    I met Clinton Macbeth at internet cafe, and got his story.

    He was from a steel-town in Connecticut and had served 3 years in the US army in Philippines in the late 70's/early 80's in his early twenties.

    He'd returned to the US and got a job as a steel worker. He married and had 2 kids. But he went through a bad divorce and at one point was in jail for stalking his ex-wife. She and the kids got his condominium.

    At some point, he lost his job or the company he worked for went under. He managed in his late 40's to get a job in Iraq as a contractor and made pretty good money. With no fixed abode in his town in Connecticut, he moved to Philippines, which he remembered from his service days as a pretty nice place.

    For a while, he lived well. But his money ran out. The Philippines requires foreigners to have a return ticket to the US. So he was not unable to go back.

    By the time I met him, he'd been sleeping in beach huts and homeless for a year or more. For a period of time, he'd worked for a Norwegian guy managing his property, but then the Norwegian sold the property and returned to Norway.

    So Clinton was on the street in Philippines.

    He told me that there was nothing to go back TO in his Connecticut city. His kids got the condo, he had no money for an apartment. He had a high-school education; that was it.

    His parents had been working-class Irish-Americans. At one point his Dad had owned a garage, but it was long sold.

    Moreover, sleeping rough in his Connecticut city had become dangerous-though it was only mid-sized. Gangs had moved in. If you're a middle-aged white man sleeping rough in the park, you might have a Clockwork Orange experience.

    In the Philippines, where he occasionally got a sympathetic Westerner to lend him $100-which he would usually run out to spend in a bar on a girl and booze-he could live more safely.

    He had no pension or social security, being 54 when I met him.

    "I want some self-respect in front of my kids" he told me.

    This is the real lumpen prole of the US white lower middle-class.
    , @RadicalCenter
    Well, I HAVE heard that he is an exceptionally good-looking guy, and he seems intelligent and articulate even when we disagree. So yeah, we could be related ;) Thank you.
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  166. Truth says:
    @Jeff Stryker
    MINORITIES OVERSEAS - Disclaimer (This does not apply to all minorities)

    When I was in Dubai some sailors came off a docked Naval vessel and got into a brawl at the KFC on shore leave with local Arabs. Like 10 MINUTES off the ship. I don't need to get more specific than that.

    A Crip went to Southern Philippines to try and purchase guns from Muslim rebels and they kidnapped instead, being so stupid as to think his family might have ransom money. Eventually the Embassy paid his ransom after some negotiation with the rebels. That was tax money well-spent.

    One Marine Embassy Guard was a Chicano whose name I never knew. Our paths crossed because he hung around low bars off-duty with Arab pimps and Russian hookers. He knew who I was and probably took offense of the fact that I made more money than him (We were the same age, about 25). Or maybe no reason at all. He looked like Richard Ramirez, with hair long enough to part in the middle. Another day I was driving past a Dubai building and he was seated outside in the dust with no money and nowhere to go off-duty in his black issue sweats. He looked up at me and grinned crazily and I saw he was stoned on hash. It made me think of the "Brown Pride" Chicano I'd run into in Phoenix.

    The worst redneck I ran into abroad was a guy named Bruce who had been a house painter and moved to the Philippines to open a girly bar. But meth was cheap/plentiful in Philippines at that time and he started smoking it again. He lost his bar but not before getting a prostitute in it pregnant with twins. Eventually he slept out in the open in a Neepah Hut. But he liked the crystal meth and didn't leave. Just slept out in the open in the Philippines with is belongings in a hut. Finally, he got dengue fever and the Embassy called his parents and told them to send him a plane ticket.

    I had sex with a white hick female sailor from Missouri in the Philippines who docked at a yacht club. She'd sailed from Indonesia. We went to a girly bar and she pole danced. Of course we screwed, because it had been 8 years since I had had sex with a white woman by then. I got THE WORST case of the clap known to man and when I urinated against a wall outside the hospital I nearly fainted in pain.

    There was one Canadian whore-monger who'd had one hit as a record producer and was nominally rich and had been drifting around Asian since 1980 hitting the red light districts-he'd died of AIDS.

    But the cost of a ticket and the need to have a pot to piss in weeds out the people you mentioned.

    That’s good ish, Geoffrey!

    Hey, you know Ronnie’s going to need a replacement columnist for Linjho. You can write Alfredo Reed stuff for the younger set, and you don’t have Alfredo’s baggage, he loathes blacks, sincerely dislikes whites and loves Mexicans; you have EVERYONE.

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    I sure would not choose to live in Mexico.
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  167. Truth says:
    @jilles dykstra
    Emigrate to the USA ?
    Never

    How are the Arabic lessons coming along?

    Are you studying Fusha or one of the North African dialects?

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  168. @Malla
    I ALWAYS suspected, that after Whites, Yellows will be the ones targeted by the Zio Cabal. Whites and Yellows are just too high IQ with good martial abilities populations to be left around if their One World Dictator rule is to ever succeed.

    That is my conclusion as well. Although, I don’t see how they can subjugate China. Japan is definitely on the list the list to get deracinated like all western countries. Here in eastern German on the Czech/Polish border, the plan is well under way, although no where near as bad as in western Germany.

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    Here in eastern German on the Czech/Polish border, the plan is well under way
     
    Are they intentionally settling 'vibrant crowds' in Eastern Germany?

    BTW Communist China was created by the same crowd who are bringing 'refugees' to Europe. They funded Chiang Kai-shek first and then cooly back stabbed him (after his nationalist forces were exhausted fighting the Imperial Japanese Army) and supported Mao. ALL Communist 'revolutions', all anti colonial 'revolutions' including the Indian 'Independence Movement' or the FLN in Algeria were all funded by the same cabal.
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  169. @Malla

    Because Nair are compulsive liars and thieves
     
    LOL. All populations in India except the Mongoloid populations of the North East of India are compulsive lairs and thieves. Sikhs are a bit more honest than the rest, maybe 10% more. But nearly all of India, Pakistan and Bangladesh populations can be described as compulsive liars and thieves.

    Well that would explain my roommate in my first year at college. That guy was a compulsive liar with a capital C! I have never met anyone before or since who so felt the need to lie about everything! He was a southern Indian whose family had moved to Colorado. I mean the guy would literally lie about what he had for breakfast. Some of his lies were just preposterous. One time he claimed he has vacationed on a 3-day weekend in Paris…coming from Wyoming! 3 days from Wyoming to Paris is hardly enough time to get there and back.

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    Such lyin is very common here. From top billionaire businessmen all the way down to slum dwellers, all lie. Everybody makes big claims but when the shit hits the fan, they abscond. In India everybody is a big shot. Very typical behaviour of your ex room mate.
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  170. Anonymous[107] • Disclaimer says:
    @Jeff Stryker
    MINORITIES OVERSEAS - Disclaimer (This does not apply to all minorities)

    When I was in Dubai some sailors came off a docked Naval vessel and got into a brawl at the KFC on shore leave with local Arabs. Like 10 MINUTES off the ship. I don't need to get more specific than that.

    A Crip went to Southern Philippines to try and purchase guns from Muslim rebels and they kidnapped instead, being so stupid as to think his family might have ransom money. Eventually the Embassy paid his ransom after some negotiation with the rebels. That was tax money well-spent.

    One Marine Embassy Guard was a Chicano whose name I never knew. Our paths crossed because he hung around low bars off-duty with Arab pimps and Russian hookers. He knew who I was and probably took offense of the fact that I made more money than him (We were the same age, about 25). Or maybe no reason at all. He looked like Richard Ramirez, with hair long enough to part in the middle. Another day I was driving past a Dubai building and he was seated outside in the dust with no money and nowhere to go off-duty in his black issue sweats. He looked up at me and grinned crazily and I saw he was stoned on hash. It made me think of the "Brown Pride" Chicano I'd run into in Phoenix.

    The worst redneck I ran into abroad was a guy named Bruce who had been a house painter and moved to the Philippines to open a girly bar. But meth was cheap/plentiful in Philippines at that time and he started smoking it again. He lost his bar but not before getting a prostitute in it pregnant with twins. Eventually he slept out in the open in a Neepah Hut. But he liked the crystal meth and didn't leave. Just slept out in the open in the Philippines with is belongings in a hut. Finally, he got dengue fever and the Embassy called his parents and told them to send him a plane ticket.

    I had sex with a white hick female sailor from Missouri in the Philippines who docked at a yacht club. She'd sailed from Indonesia. We went to a girly bar and she pole danced. Of course we screwed, because it had been 8 years since I had had sex with a white woman by then. I got THE WORST case of the clap known to man and when I urinated against a wall outside the hospital I nearly fainted in pain.

    There was one Canadian whore-monger who'd had one hit as a record producer and was nominally rich and had been drifting around Asian since 1980 hitting the red light districts-he'd died of AIDS.

    But the cost of a ticket and the need to have a pot to piss in weeds out the people you mentioned.

    One Marine Embassy Guard…. He looked like Richard Ramirez,with hair long enough to part in the middle.

    Really.

    x

    The unwritten, but loudly spoken Marine Corps rule is that you need a fresh haircut every Monday.

    He looked up at me and grinned crazily and I saw he was stoned on hash.

    Drug abuse is grounds for immediate separation upon the first offense under Marine Corps Order 1900.16, paragraph 6210.5a. How did he pass the urinalysis test?

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    DISCLAIMER

    Never saw the guy at the Embassy, in his uniform, or wearing dog tags. He was once on the road in black-issue sweats but for all I know, he bought these at a surplus store. Who knows who he was. Did not ask him.

    I've never met an honest-to-goodness Cholo abroad. Its just never happened, thankfully. At one point in the Philippines I heard of some Mexican-American fools who were selling cocaine in Manila and part of some gang set got busted, but that was the extent of it.

    Cholos, Hoodrats and real trailer trash a) often are on parole or probation so they cannot leave the US b) don't have a skill set or any money c) have to make child support payments d) are drug users who need/want a steady supply of cocaine, meth or heroin.

    For example, I've never met a minority female overseas. I've seen a few white women overseas, like the commercial sailor in the Philippines who gave me the clap, but never met a Chicana or a Sister in Asia.
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  171. Da Wei says:
    @Wally
    https://www.unzcloud.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/Philadelphia-2018-600x400.jpg

    Except for "that shitty little country".

    That fact is that Jews support strict Israeli immigration laws which specify JEWS ONLY, while demanding massive 3rd world immigration into the US & Europe.

    The Knesset officially declares that Israeli democracy is for Jews only: http://mondoweiss.net/2018/06/officially-declares-democracy/

    Israel to shut migrant centre and deport Africans: http://www.unz.com/isteve/israel-to-shut-migrant-centre-and-deport-africans/

    Forget the 'slippery slope' — Israel already is an apartheid state: Neil Macdonald
    http://www.cbc.ca/news/opinion/israel-slippery-slope-1.4368018

    Israel will pay African migrants to leave, jail if they don't accept.: http://news.trust.org/item/20180103115805-egc1s
    "Netanyahu has called the migrants' presence a threat to Israel's social fabric and Jewish character, and one government minister has referred to them as "a cancer".

    ‘Jews Only’ towns, ‘Jews Only’ regions, ‘Jews Only’ neighborhoods, ‘Jews Only’ streets/highways, ‘Jews Only’ shops & markets, ‘Jews Only’ swimming pools, ‘Jews Only’ buses, ‘Jews Only’ water, ‘Jews Only’ gas development of fields just off Gazan coast, ‘Jews Only’ mineral resources ….

    Hey, Wally

    I just had an idea. We should open a business together, a health bar. We could call it
    6 Million Juice. Or, maybe, Juice Only. I’ll pour. You do PR.
    Laugh ourselves all the way to the poorhouse.

    I liked that montage of NYT headlines you posted a while ago and printed it out.
    We could make that into a wall poster and use it for advertising.

    Well, maybe it’s only a beer and cigar idea.

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  172. Malla says:
    @A guy in Germany
    Well that would explain my roommate in my first year at college. That guy was a compulsive liar with a capital C! I have never met anyone before or since who so felt the need to lie about everything! He was a southern Indian whose family had moved to Colorado. I mean the guy would literally lie about what he had for breakfast. Some of his lies were just preposterous. One time he claimed he has vacationed on a 3-day weekend in Paris...coming from Wyoming! 3 days from Wyoming to Paris is hardly enough time to get there and back.

    Such lyin is very common here. From top billionaire businessmen all the way down to slum dwellers, all lie. Everybody makes big claims but when the shit hits the fan, they abscond. In India everybody is a big shot. Very typical behaviour of your ex room mate.

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    Well that explains a lot then. I have only had a few friends, and I don't know if they were liars or not (there were a few fishy stories). But this guy had an imagination that would make J.K. Rowling jealous.
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  173. Malla says:
    @A guy in Germany
    That is my conclusion as well. Although, I don't see how they can subjugate China. Japan is definitely on the list the list to get deracinated like all western countries. Here in eastern German on the Czech/Polish border, the plan is well under way, although no where near as bad as in western Germany.

    Here in eastern German on the Czech/Polish border, the plan is well under way

    Are they intentionally settling ‘vibrant crowds’ in Eastern Germany?

    BTW Communist China was created by the same crowd who are bringing ‘refugees’ to Europe. They funded Chiang Kai-shek first and then cooly back stabbed him (after his nationalist forces were exhausted fighting the Imperial Japanese Army) and supported Mao. ALL Communist ‘revolutions’, all anti colonial ‘revolutions’ including the Indian ‘Independence Movement’ or the FLN in Algeria were all funded by the same cabal.

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    Lin has written about his time in Leipzig. I live south of Leipzig and it isn't as bad here. Actually, I don't find Leipzig to be anything near as bad as where Lin and I both come from, namely Philly and surrounding areas. But to answer your question, yes, the resettlement agenda is well under way. I have numerous blue-collar friends here from the football (soccer) scene here, and they all tell me that 5 years ago it was not like this. I just rode the tram to from apartment to the university and saw numerous obvious foreigners that seem to be here for the long hall (babies, grandparents, etc...). The vast majority appear to be Muslims. There has been Vietnamese here since the war, but they were the biggest non-white minority until approx. 5 years ago. All in all, it is really depressing. I am debating learning another language that is spoken east of here, but all those languages are not Germanic languages and thus would be rather hard for me to learn (Czech, Polish, Hungarian, etc...).

    Yes, I am also aware of that interpretation of WWII in the Pacific. I think the US should have stuck with Chiang and Taiwan.
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  174. Tony says:
    @jilles dykstra
    What is the writer trying to say ?

    Not much. Dude writes like a druggie burnout. I dont waste much time reading his nonsense.

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  175. @Truth
    That's good ish, Geoffrey!

    Hey, you know Ronnie's going to need a replacement columnist for Linjho. You can write Alfredo Reed stuff for the younger set, and you don't have Alfredo's baggage, he loathes blacks, sincerely dislikes whites and loves Mexicans; you have EVERYONE.

    I sure would not choose to live in Mexico.

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    I think misanthropy is a totally valid philosophy.
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  176. @Truth
    Jeff, Radd, if I were you guys I would exchange photos, I think the odds are pretty good that you are twins separated at birth.

    CLINTON McFEE-One last lumpen example

    By the time I met Clinton Macbeth in the Philippines, he had no money. Other Americans would give him 50 pesos a day, or he would cadge a free bowl of rice from Filipino friends. He slept in free wooden huts on the beach.

    I met Clinton Macbeth at internet cafe, and got his story.

    He was from a steel-town in Connecticut and had served 3 years in the US army in Philippines in the late 70′s/early 80′s in his early twenties.

    He’d returned to the US and got a job as a steel worker. He married and had 2 kids. But he went through a bad divorce and at one point was in jail for stalking his ex-wife. She and the kids got his condominium.

    At some point, he lost his job or the company he worked for went under. He managed in his late 40′s to get a job in Iraq as a contractor and made pretty good money. With no fixed abode in his town in Connecticut, he moved to Philippines, which he remembered from his service days as a pretty nice place.

    For a while, he lived well. But his money ran out. The Philippines requires foreigners to have a return ticket to the US. So he was not unable to go back.

    By the time I met him, he’d been sleeping in beach huts and homeless for a year or more. For a period of time, he’d worked for a Norwegian guy managing his property, but then the Norwegian sold the property and returned to Norway.

    So Clinton was on the street in Philippines.

    He told me that there was nothing to go back TO in his Connecticut city. His kids got the condo, he had no money for an apartment. He had a high-school education; that was it.

    His parents had been working-class Irish-Americans. At one point his Dad had owned a garage, but it was long sold.

    Moreover, sleeping rough in his Connecticut city had become dangerous-though it was only mid-sized. Gangs had moved in. If you’re a middle-aged white man sleeping rough in the park, you might have a Clockwork Orange experience.

    In the Philippines, where he occasionally got a sympathetic Westerner to lend him $100-which he would usually run out to spend in a bar on a girl and booze-he could live more safely.

    He had no pension or social security, being 54 when I met him.

    “I want some self-respect in front of my kids” he told me.

    This is the real lumpen prole of the US white lower middle-class.

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    I love reading your posts all most as much as Lin's. Seems like you met some real characters in your time. I sometimes think about heading to the Far East, but I have no idea what I would do there. Right now I am working on securing permanent residence in Germany.
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  177. @Truth
    I live in Albuquerque, NM currently and for the last few years lived in Kuwait. I wouldn't especially want to live in Detroit, but If I did I would make the best of it and have a good time. A man is who he is, in Detroit, Compton, New York or Timbuktu.

    I used to visit a friend in Salmiyah, Kuwait City, right near the boat club on the water.

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    Yes, that's a nice area.

    You're a entertaining writer, my Friend, whether it is fictional or non-fictional, or a little of each. You should get Linjo's column here if he will not continue. I even have a name for it:

    "Disgruntled, expat white-guy"
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  178. @Anonymous

    One Marine Embassy Guard.... He looked like Richard Ramirez,with hair long enough to part in the middle.
     
    Really.

    https://i.imgur.com/RRX0rrA.jpg

    x

    https://i.imgur.com/QuJisNF.png

    The unwritten, but loudly spoken Marine Corps rule is that you need a fresh haircut every Monday.

    He looked up at me and grinned crazily and I saw he was stoned on hash.
     
    Drug abuse is grounds for immediate separation upon the first offense under Marine Corps Order 1900.16, paragraph 6210.5a. How did he pass the urinalysis test?

    DISCLAIMER

    Never saw the guy at the Embassy, in his uniform, or wearing dog tags. He was once on the road in black-issue sweats but for all I know, he bought these at a surplus store. Who knows who he was. Did not ask him.

    I’ve never met an honest-to-goodness Cholo abroad. Its just never happened, thankfully. At one point in the Philippines I heard of some Mexican-American fools who were selling cocaine in Manila and part of some gang set got busted, but that was the extent of it.

    Cholos, Hoodrats and real trailer trash a) often are on parole or probation so they cannot leave the US b) don’t have a skill set or any money c) have to make child support payments d) are drug users who need/want a steady supply of cocaine, meth or heroin.

    For example, I’ve never met a minority female overseas. I’ve seen a few white women overseas, like the commercial sailor in the Philippines who gave me the clap, but never met a Chicana or a Sister in Asia.

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  179. Escher says:
    @myself
    Singapore, from what I've seen and heard, is a very "letter-of-the-law", tightly controlled society. The people care more about the appearance of "rule of law", rather than its substance.

    The People's Action Party (PAP) has effectively ruled for decades, and has indeed steered the energies of the Singaporeans (and specifically of the Overseas Chinese) in order to build an extremely prosperous nation.

    But the PAP, and the Singapore Chinese, will let no one challenge their rule. They use ALL means within the LETTER (not necessarily the spirit) of their legal framework to get their way. ALL means.

    Some are constructive, like trying to lure away good opposition candidates and incorporating any good ideas they learn from opposing political parties into their policies.

    But many techniques are underhanded and questionable: If an opposition group or politician looks to become a threat to their power, and can't be ignored, convinced to come over to their side, or dissuaded from running, they will look for the smallest legal infraction in that group's or candidate's record and use the full weight of the legal system to disqualify the opposing party, or in some cases imprison prospective candidates.

    When the PAP looks for infractions, it need not manufacture them. But they will use, so I am told, anything they can dig up - a tweet, a social media post, an email, an unpaid parking ticket, literally anything. And, being human, everyone has done at least ONE thing that can be used.

    The result is that the PAP has never been able to be legally challenged in Singapore. They rarely lose their prosecutions, and the Constitution is written in such a way that laws are stacked in favor of the state. When their actions are questioned, they point to their constitution and cry "We are a nation of clear and enforced LAWS! They broke the law, we simply enforced it!"

    The result is that I seriously doubt Indians or any other ethnic group can become powerful in Singapore in opposition to the majority Chinese.

    Now here's the FUN PART:

    Mainland Chinese may like Singapore's prosperity, but practically snicker with derision at Singapore's pretense of being "a constitutional democracy".

    Mainland China is completely up-front about their political system, and could not care less what foreigners think. You come to China, you know EXACTLY who you're dealing with. They straight-up tell you so.

    Why the crying need for Singapore to APPEAR to have (in letter, not in spirit) an "open democracy"? Deep-seated feeling of inferiority? Sheer Hypocrisy?

    The Mainland Chinese have many theories, none of them flattering to Singapore.

    But the PAP, and the Singapore Chinese, will let no one challenge their rule. They use ALL means within the LETTER (not necessarily the spirit) of their legal framework to get their way. ALL means.

    Their ethnic quota policy does not include the high paid expats and low paid construction workers of course.

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  180. @Low Voltage
    Yes. I'm an American.

    You mean to tell me your ancestors were in the United States at that time?

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    I'm flattered that a world traveled intellectual like yourself would concern yourself with my ancestry. Are you an amateur genealogist, or is your life really that boring?
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  181. @Truth

    But I lived in Canada briefly and I follow its affairs somewhat, and they are not headed for any safe, peaceful, civilized, prosperous outcome
     



    The city of Toronto is almost ten percent Muslim, and the city already wasn’t particularly friendly or socially cohesive before that group was allowed to settle in large numbers.

     


    British Columbia...is rife with corruption, profligate spending, increasing taxes, increasing restrictions on the right of selfdefense, and generally a nasty, rude attitude in day-to-day life from many of the many, many Chinese.
     


    I know a lefty bitch whom I grew up with in NJ, who married one of these arrogant Indians and moved to Australia, where he (as he pretty much bragged in a “joking” way) lords it over his white employees.
     
    Now, my friend, these are your opinions about white countries...

    We were talking in part about whether the USA is as good for most people as canada, Australia, etc. Yes, those are still mostly-white countries, although continuing to change rapidly.

    There’s nothing wrong with pointing out what is wrong, declining, undesirable about any country, white or part white or nonwhite.

    And you’ll notice that much of what I decried about Canada and Australia, though certainly not all, has to do with the massive influx of nonwhites who often don’t seem loyal to their new country or affectionate or appreciative towards its people. It’s the white fools, of course, who let the colonizers in and who lack the guts to demand full assimilation to our language and culture, in the USA, Canada, and Australia alike.

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    I'm American but when Americans here blare out that the US is the greatest country in the world and everywhere else on earth is a dirt-world backwater I have to point out other countries like Australia.

    As for immigrants to Canada, I'm not afraid of being mugged by Indians in Brampton, Ontario. Of course I lived in Dubai and I know that Indians do not give a shit about Canada, its history, its heritage and think white women are sluts and white males are homosexual cuckolds.

    However, they do not bring the crime of MS-13.
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  182. @Truth
    Jeff, Radd, if I were you guys I would exchange photos, I think the odds are pretty good that you are twins separated at birth.

    Well, I HAVE heard that he is an exceptionally good-looking guy, and he seems intelligent and articulate even when we disagree. So yeah, we could be related ;) Thank you.

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    I've never been that Jeff Stryker. I just picked the name out of a hat.

    I'm like a Japanese soldier discovered years after the war was over in the jungles of the Philippines. I remained a middle-class guy frozen in time overseas since the 1990's. My views, however dated, reflect a middle-class Clinton-era sensibility.
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  183. @RadicalCenter
    Well, I HAVE heard that he is an exceptionally good-looking guy, and he seems intelligent and articulate even when we disagree. So yeah, we could be related ;) Thank you.

    I’ve never been that Jeff Stryker. I just picked the name out of a hat.

    I’m like a Japanese soldier discovered years after the war was over in the jungles of the Philippines. I remained a middle-class guy frozen in time overseas since the 1990′s. My views, however dated, reflect a middle-class Clinton-era sensibility.

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    I figured that, just being a goof.
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  184. @RadicalCenter
    We were talking in part about whether the USA is as good for most people as canada, Australia, etc. Yes, those are still mostly-white countries, although continuing to change rapidly.

    There’s nothing wrong with pointing out what is wrong, declining, undesirable about any country, white or part white or nonwhite.

    And you’ll notice that much of what I decried about Canada and Australia, though certainly not all, has to do with the massive influx of nonwhites who often don’t seem loyal to their new country or affectionate or appreciative towards its people. It’s the white fools, of course, who let the colonizers in and who lack the guts to demand full assimilation to our language and culture, in the USA, Canada, and Australia alike.

    I’m American but when Americans here blare out that the US is the greatest country in the world and everywhere else on earth is a dirt-world backwater I have to point out other countries like Australia.

    As for immigrants to Canada, I’m not afraid of being mugged by Indians in Brampton, Ontario. Of course I lived in Dubai and I know that Indians do not give a shit about Canada, its history, its heritage and think white women are sluts and white males are homosexual cuckolds.

    However, they do not bring the crime of MS-13.

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    There are only two advantages to being an American, imho. Guns and freedom of speech. Most Americans don't take advantage of either. If you take that into account, great swaths of Europe are still as least as good as most of the USA. If you're a historian and/or cultural buff, Europe is better. Germany, for example, has much better privacy laws than the USA. The people you hear about getting busted for saying racist things on the internet did it under their real name in a public forum! Lots of Germans that I know are less PC than most Americans I know. Lots of places can STILL have major street fairs that African-Americans and other groups prone to gang culture have ruined in the USA. Oh, and there is usually lots of beer, which is not always a sure thing in the USA! Hell, in Germany you can drink your beer walking down the street. In the late 90's I had to pay a $380 fine for doing that in the USA.

    In the villages and small towns around the city that I live in, I still see all white elementary school level classes (for some reason the Germans go for class walks during the school day). Tell me where you're going to find that in the USA anymore?

    My general rule is that if you are average, Germany is better. If you're capable of earning a six figure salary, the USA is better. Namely, Germany has higher taxes.
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  185. Truth says:
    @Jeff Stryker
    I used to visit a friend in Salmiyah, Kuwait City, right near the boat club on the water.

    Yes, that’s a nice area.

    You’re a entertaining writer, my Friend, whether it is fictional or non-fictional, or a little of each. You should get Linjo’s column here if he will not continue. I even have a name for it:

    “Disgruntled, expat white-guy”

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    To be honest, when other guys in Kuwait or Dubai in the oil business were complaining and could not wait to get home, I liked it.

    Not because I was in anyway interested in the religion, or the people (Though I learned to speak a little Arabic) but only because I am a white prole from a junkyard with bad weather.

    If I were from the best part of Malibu, I'd probably feel differently.
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  186. @Malla

    Here in eastern German on the Czech/Polish border, the plan is well under way
     
    Are they intentionally settling 'vibrant crowds' in Eastern Germany?

    BTW Communist China was created by the same crowd who are bringing 'refugees' to Europe. They funded Chiang Kai-shek first and then cooly back stabbed him (after his nationalist forces were exhausted fighting the Imperial Japanese Army) and supported Mao. ALL Communist 'revolutions', all anti colonial 'revolutions' including the Indian 'Independence Movement' or the FLN in Algeria were all funded by the same cabal.

    Lin has written about his time in Leipzig. I live south of Leipzig and it isn’t as bad here. Actually, I don’t find Leipzig to be anything near as bad as where Lin and I both come from, namely Philly and surrounding areas. But to answer your question, yes, the resettlement agenda is well under way. I have numerous blue-collar friends here from the football (soccer) scene here, and they all tell me that 5 years ago it was not like this. I just rode the tram to from apartment to the university and saw numerous obvious foreigners that seem to be here for the long hall (babies, grandparents, etc…). The vast majority appear to be Muslims. There has been Vietnamese here since the war, but they were the biggest non-white minority until approx. 5 years ago. All in all, it is really depressing. I am debating learning another language that is spoken east of here, but all those languages are not Germanic languages and thus would be rather hard for me to learn (Czech, Polish, Hungarian, etc…).

    Yes, I am also aware of that interpretation of WWII in the Pacific. I think the US should have stuck with Chiang and Taiwan.

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  187. @Malla
    Such lyin is very common here. From top billionaire businessmen all the way down to slum dwellers, all lie. Everybody makes big claims but when the shit hits the fan, they abscond. In India everybody is a big shot. Very typical behaviour of your ex room mate.

    Well that explains a lot then. I have only had a few friends, and I don’t know if they were liars or not (there were a few fishy stories). But this guy had an imagination that would make J.K. Rowling jealous.

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  188. @Truth
    Yes, that's a nice area.

    You're a entertaining writer, my Friend, whether it is fictional or non-fictional, or a little of each. You should get Linjo's column here if he will not continue. I even have a name for it:

    "Disgruntled, expat white-guy"

    To be honest, when other guys in Kuwait or Dubai in the oil business were complaining and could not wait to get home, I liked it.

    Not because I was in anyway interested in the religion, or the people (Though I learned to speak a little Arabic) but only because I am a white prole from a junkyard with bad weather.

    If I were from the best part of Malibu, I’d probably feel differently.

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  189. @Jeff Stryker
    CLINTON McFEE-One last lumpen example

    By the time I met Clinton Macbeth in the Philippines, he had no money. Other Americans would give him 50 pesos a day, or he would cadge a free bowl of rice from Filipino friends. He slept in free wooden huts on the beach.

    I met Clinton Macbeth at internet cafe, and got his story.

    He was from a steel-town in Connecticut and had served 3 years in the US army in Philippines in the late 70's/early 80's in his early twenties.

    He'd returned to the US and got a job as a steel worker. He married and had 2 kids. But he went through a bad divorce and at one point was in jail for stalking his ex-wife. She and the kids got his condominium.

    At some point, he lost his job or the company he worked for went under. He managed in his late 40's to get a job in Iraq as a contractor and made pretty good money. With no fixed abode in his town in Connecticut, he moved to Philippines, which he remembered from his service days as a pretty nice place.

    For a while, he lived well. But his money ran out. The Philippines requires foreigners to have a return ticket to the US. So he was not unable to go back.

    By the time I met him, he'd been sleeping in beach huts and homeless for a year or more. For a period of time, he'd worked for a Norwegian guy managing his property, but then the Norwegian sold the property and returned to Norway.

    So Clinton was on the street in Philippines.

    He told me that there was nothing to go back TO in his Connecticut city. His kids got the condo, he had no money for an apartment. He had a high-school education; that was it.

    His parents had been working-class Irish-Americans. At one point his Dad had owned a garage, but it was long sold.

    Moreover, sleeping rough in his Connecticut city had become dangerous-though it was only mid-sized. Gangs had moved in. If you're a middle-aged white man sleeping rough in the park, you might have a Clockwork Orange experience.

    In the Philippines, where he occasionally got a sympathetic Westerner to lend him $100-which he would usually run out to spend in a bar on a girl and booze-he could live more safely.

    He had no pension or social security, being 54 when I met him.

    "I want some self-respect in front of my kids" he told me.

    This is the real lumpen prole of the US white lower middle-class.

    I love reading your posts all most as much as Lin’s. Seems like you met some real characters in your time. I sometimes think about heading to the Far East, but I have no idea what I would do there. Right now I am working on securing permanent residence in Germany.

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    One German boat captain in my subdivision in the Philippines was married to a Filipino police woman.

    Because he had cheated on her, she handcuffed him to his own penis in a fit of pique. Then left for work.

    We tried to get it off and couldn't. Eventually, he had to have a blowtorch used to cut through them to avoid a priapism.


    Yes, I've seen some pretty strange things. But you see, I had no choice. I was from a dead-end city and there was no point in sitting around waiting for the jobs to come back.

    Also, America did not improve much while I was away.
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  190. @Jeff Stryker
    I'm American but when Americans here blare out that the US is the greatest country in the world and everywhere else on earth is a dirt-world backwater I have to point out other countries like Australia.

    As for immigrants to Canada, I'm not afraid of being mugged by Indians in Brampton, Ontario. Of course I lived in Dubai and I know that Indians do not give a shit about Canada, its history, its heritage and think white women are sluts and white males are homosexual cuckolds.

    However, they do not bring the crime of MS-13.

    There are only two advantages to being an American, imho. Guns and freedom of speech. Most Americans don’t take advantage of either. If you take that into account, great swaths of Europe are still as least as good as most of the USA. If you’re a historian and/or cultural buff, Europe is better. Germany, for example, has much better privacy laws than the USA. The people you hear about getting busted for saying racist things on the internet did it under their real name in a public forum! Lots of Germans that I know are less PC than most Americans I know. Lots of places can STILL have major street fairs that African-Americans and other groups prone to gang culture have ruined in the USA. Oh, and there is usually lots of beer, which is not always a sure thing in the USA! Hell, in Germany you can drink your beer walking down the street. In the late 90′s I had to pay a $380 fine for doing that in the USA.

    In the villages and small towns around the city that I live in, I still see all white elementary school level classes (for some reason the Germans go for class walks during the school day). Tell me where you’re going to find that in the USA anymore?

    My general rule is that if you are average, Germany is better. If you’re capable of earning a six figure salary, the USA is better. Namely, Germany has higher taxes.

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    GERMAN-AMERICAN PERSPECTIVE

    Turks have gang tendencies. You know that immediately if you are a German-American from the Midwest cities, and you make a note to keep away from them.

    Dominicans and Colombians move to Frankfurt to sell cocaine. Some of the women sell their bodies but mostly it is cocaine. Again, a German-American "street guy" sees them and knows immediately what they are doing on the streets of Frankfurt.

    Off and on my entire life I've gone to Germany to visit relatives.

    It was better before the Euro. Has to be said the 80's and 90's were the peak.
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  191. myself says:
    @Jeff Stryker
    Probably Gujarati or a Maharashtra. See I am a Gora, but spent many years in India.

    See I am a Gora

    I seem to recall that in an earlier post, you said you were of German extraction?

    Are you half German, half South Asian?

    Don’t normally ask personal questions, but you were the one to mention it, so just want to clarify.

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    100% German-American Lutheran from the Midwest. Bog standard.

    I first learned the word Gora on a train when I found myself in a cabin with some rough enlisted Indian Navy guys.

    If you're a street smart white from Detroit, you know that when someone starts saying "Gora" they are saying something about whites. And also, you pretend you don't know so that they don't throw you out a door. You're outnumbered, you go with it.

    My experience in India was on loan from a Dubai office. I was in Kerala, then Andheri.

    Like many young whites, I spent some time in Goa. Just sitting on my ass smoking pot in the red hills of Anjuna.

    When you're from a dead-end US city, places like Goa or Kochi are not that bad. Kochi is much nicer, cleaner and safer than quite a few cities in Michigan.

    , @myself
    Sorry man, silly question.

    I now see that "Gora" is some sort of slang for "light-skinned person" or "white'.

    I was confused but I get it now. My bad.
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  192. @A guy in Germany
    I love reading your posts all most as much as Lin's. Seems like you met some real characters in your time. I sometimes think about heading to the Far East, but I have no idea what I would do there. Right now I am working on securing permanent residence in Germany.

    One German boat captain in my subdivision in the Philippines was married to a Filipino police woman.

    Because he had cheated on her, she handcuffed him to his own penis in a fit of pique. Then left for work.

    We tried to get it off and couldn’t. Eventually, he had to have a blowtorch used to cut through them to avoid a priapism.

    Yes, I’ve seen some pretty strange things. But you see, I had no choice. I was from a dead-end city and there was no point in sitting around waiting for the jobs to come back.

    Also, America did not improve much while I was away.

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  193. @myself

    See I am a Gora
     
    I seem to recall that in an earlier post, you said you were of German extraction?

    Are you half German, half South Asian?

    Don't normally ask personal questions, but you were the one to mention it, so just want to clarify.

    100% German-American Lutheran from the Midwest. Bog standard.

    I first learned the word Gora on a train when I found myself in a cabin with some rough enlisted Indian Navy guys.

    If you’re a street smart white from Detroit, you know that when someone starts saying “Gora” they are saying something about whites. And also, you pretend you don’t know so that they don’t throw you out a door. You’re outnumbered, you go with it.

    My experience in India was on loan from a Dubai office. I was in Kerala, then Andheri.

    Like many young whites, I spent some time in Goa. Just sitting on my ass smoking pot in the red hills of Anjuna.

    When you’re from a dead-end US city, places like Goa or Kochi are not that bad. Kochi is much nicer, cleaner and safer than quite a few cities in Michigan.

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  194. myself says:
    @myself

    See I am a Gora
     
    I seem to recall that in an earlier post, you said you were of German extraction?

    Are you half German, half South Asian?

    Don't normally ask personal questions, but you were the one to mention it, so just want to clarify.

    Sorry man, silly question.

    I now see that “Gora” is some sort of slang for “light-skinned person” or “white’.

    I was confused but I get it now. My bad.

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    Its not particularly pleasant-sort of like saying "honky" or "mestizo". Not quite an out and out slur, but not really that nice either.

    However, if you are a white guy, and I don't care what a tough mofo you are, you stay cool in India. Because you are outnumbered to say the least.
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  195. @A guy in Germany
    There are only two advantages to being an American, imho. Guns and freedom of speech. Most Americans don't take advantage of either. If you take that into account, great swaths of Europe are still as least as good as most of the USA. If you're a historian and/or cultural buff, Europe is better. Germany, for example, has much better privacy laws than the USA. The people you hear about getting busted for saying racist things on the internet did it under their real name in a public forum! Lots of Germans that I know are less PC than most Americans I know. Lots of places can STILL have major street fairs that African-Americans and other groups prone to gang culture have ruined in the USA. Oh, and there is usually lots of beer, which is not always a sure thing in the USA! Hell, in Germany you can drink your beer walking down the street. In the late 90's I had to pay a $380 fine for doing that in the USA.

    In the villages and small towns around the city that I live in, I still see all white elementary school level classes (for some reason the Germans go for class walks during the school day). Tell me where you're going to find that in the USA anymore?

    My general rule is that if you are average, Germany is better. If you're capable of earning a six figure salary, the USA is better. Namely, Germany has higher taxes.

    GERMAN-AMERICAN PERSPECTIVE

    Turks have gang tendencies. You know that immediately if you are a German-American from the Midwest cities, and you make a note to keep away from them.

    Dominicans and Colombians move to Frankfurt to sell cocaine. Some of the women sell their bodies but mostly it is cocaine. Again, a German-American “street guy” sees them and knows immediately what they are doing on the streets of Frankfurt.

    Off and on my entire life I’ve gone to Germany to visit relatives.

    It was better before the Euro. Has to be said the 80′s and 90′s were the peak.

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    I have heard that from many people, i.e. that it was better before the Euro. I came, unfortunately, after the Euro. I still like it though. I am in Saxony in eastern Germany, so even after 28 years there is a wall between the two Germanys in a lot of people's minds.
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  196. @myself
    Sorry man, silly question.

    I now see that "Gora" is some sort of slang for "light-skinned person" or "white'.

    I was confused but I get it now. My bad.

    Its not particularly pleasant-sort of like saying “honky” or “mestizo”. Not quite an out and out slur, but not really that nice either.

    However, if you are a white guy, and I don’t care what a tough mofo you are, you stay cool in India. Because you are outnumbered to say the least.

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  197. Willy says:
    @YetAnotherAnon

    "survivers from the titanic:65per cent 1st class

    20per cent 2nd class

    0per cent steerage"
     
    Not true. If you were a woman or child in steerage, you had slightly better odds of surviving than a first class male passenger.

    Worst odds were second class males, only 8% survived. Best odds - second class children - 100% survived.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RMS_Titanic#Survivors_and_victims

    Not quite. About 8% of the victims were 1st class; 8% were 2nd class; 35% were third class; 44% were crew. About 38% of 1st class passengers died; 51% of 2nd class passengers; 75% of third class passengers; and 77% of the crew.

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  198. @Jeff Stryker
    You mean to tell me your ancestors were in the United States at that time?

    I’m flattered that a world traveled intellectual like yourself would concern yourself with my ancestry. Are you an amateur genealogist, or is your life really that boring?

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  199. Jon B says:

    I’d take John’s stated IQ with a grain of salt. Street people are inherently untrustworthy.

    Philly is a shithole, mostly because most of it is uninhabitable by normal White people.

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    165 IQ is statistically one person in about 40,000. Such people exist, but I strongly suspect there are a lot more people who claim this IQ than those who have it.
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  200. @Jeff Stryker
    I've never been that Jeff Stryker. I just picked the name out of a hat.

    I'm like a Japanese soldier discovered years after the war was over in the jungles of the Philippines. I remained a middle-class guy frozen in time overseas since the 1990's. My views, however dated, reflect a middle-class Clinton-era sensibility.

    I figured that, just being a goof.

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  201. @Jeff Stryker
    I sure would not choose to live in Mexico.

    I think misanthropy is a totally valid philosophy.

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  202. @Jeff Stryker
    GERMAN-AMERICAN PERSPECTIVE

    Turks have gang tendencies. You know that immediately if you are a German-American from the Midwest cities, and you make a note to keep away from them.

    Dominicans and Colombians move to Frankfurt to sell cocaine. Some of the women sell their bodies but mostly it is cocaine. Again, a German-American "street guy" sees them and knows immediately what they are doing on the streets of Frankfurt.

    Off and on my entire life I've gone to Germany to visit relatives.

    It was better before the Euro. Has to be said the 80's and 90's were the peak.

    I have heard that from many people, i.e. that it was better before the Euro. I came, unfortunately, after the Euro. I still like it though. I am in Saxony in eastern Germany, so even after 28 years there is a wall between the two Germanys in a lot of people’s minds.

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  203. I don’t know that a hatred of man is the right word. It is more a desire to be elsewhere.

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  204. Malla says:
    @denk

    so many South Asian guys amongst cute Japanese chicks wearing mini skirts, not a good idea
     
    I dunno if the jp pay any attention to recent headlines about India...

    But I wouldnt shed any tears if jp get screwed by Indian WMM , another Yellow country to bite the dust like Sg.

    That 'd be karma for abetting fukusI to screw its father country.

    P.S.
    in jp language, its common to refer to China as the father country, 父国, .

    HEHEHHEH

    its common to refer to China as the father country

    Mt friend Subhash’s father was one of the best doctor’s in my town. He had a clinic near my house around the corner. His son, my friend Subhash became a great Cadiac Surgeon, he out did his own father and I think was way smarter than his father.
    I wonder if his father ever felt jealousy towards his son. I hope not, because jealousy burns a person inside.

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  205. @RadicalCenter
    You’re going to take women by force when the SHTF?

    Oh calm down. That was rhetorical. I was at a gun show at Dulles Expo in Virginia years ago and a guy with a booth dedicated to guns of course and also prepping was asked what he stocks for food and water. His answer was, he’s coming after the food and water of others. He was serious. When things get ugly, the softies of society, many of them instrumental to the destruction of a once-viable system, such as academics, politicians and of course, their women, are going to pay a very heavy personal price from the sorts of folks that will be running the streets without limits. It doesn’t take much of an imagination to picture it.

    When the shit hits the fan, all things become…possible, even ok in the context of survival of the fittest. Do you wanna be the nails, or would you rather be a guy swinging the hammer? Decisions, decisions..

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    Understood. Every member of our family will receive firearm self-defense training as soon as they are old enough, then firearms of their own as soon as they are old enough. And yes, I expect the USA to become a less trusting, less stable, less safe, mover violent society, with white and white-appearing people being specifically targeted.
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  206. @jacques sheete

    I cannot wait to see how the agents, the teachers and academia who are certainly not protected insiders, cope with the end-game when it starts getting ugly.
     
    Agree.

    I was at a party recently where a newly minted US Army major was smugly bragging in great detail about the bennies he was getting, and would be getting, and unctuously added that he was getting all that while "protecting our freedoms" complete with disgusting grin.

    The silence was deafening aside from a few who couldn't suppress groans if indignation til I spoke up and asked, "What freedoms?"

    The sappy college "ejikaytid" bureaucrat replied, "Well yer not in handcuffs yet." Ya gotta love his definition of "freedom" and whatever it is that he thinks he's protecting. I conclude that we're screwed, and predict he and his ilk will be easy pickins too.

    I was at a party recently where a newly minted US Army major was smugly bragging in great detail about the bennies he was getting, and would be getting, and unctuously added that he was getting all that while “protecting our freedoms” complete with disgusting grin.

    The officer corps is a greedy lot for what they do. Pilots are shit hot I suppose, there are many talents that are hideously UNDERPAID, too. There are too many 1-4 Star Generals, none presently alive who have EVER one a war. Their performances are abysmal, THEIR rewards enormous.

    Then we have the enlisted men that do the lifting and disabling work for shitty money and with the Veteran’s Administration, crooked contractors and shipbuilders and chemical companies all working in concert, lots of the enlisted Vets get thrown away, disabled, without ANY of the protections granted the most basic civilian worker’s comp claim. Oh, Vets file claims and the VA spends their lifespan denying the damage so they don’t have to pay. Agent Orange Vets were 90% dead in raw numbers before the VA admitted the damage, the cancers, the birth defects. The same thing is in progress with Depleted Uranium rounds, the cancers and birth defects. In the face of all the evidence, VA denies those claims. Most enlisted guys, MOS/Ratings fall into seriously toxic, hazardous industrial categories and the VA freely rejects care/disability even when the military discharges them for medical reasons. Not Service Connected is their credo. Stretch it out til the Vet dies, the claim dies with him. Meanwhile, the VA is filled with over-paid civilians, thousands of them there just to tell Vets “no”. It’s ugly.

    Military-industrial is about being connected to the money. There is a 1% in the military, too. The other 99%, not so great for them.

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  207. @jilles dykstra
    Do I find anything new, after having read
    Christopher Lasch, 'The Culture of Narcissism, American Life in an Age of Diminishing Expectations', 1979, 1980, London
    William H. Whyte, ‘The organisation man’, New York 1956, Penguin 1961
    Thomas I. Palley, 'Plenty of Nothing, The downsizing of the American dream and the case for structural Keynesianism', 1998, 2000, Princeton
    Juliet B. Schor, 'The Overspent American, Upscaling, Downshifting, and the New Consumer', 1998 New York
    ?

    There are lots of books detailing the decline. Linh is just more grassy-roots. Books detailing the stats on the poor are one category.

    Hitting the streets and getting the stories of some of the truly deplorable and the down-and-outers are quite another category. That’s Linh..

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    Most of these people made their mistakes young in life, not old. Took that hit off meth at age 14. Married that worthless brute who left them with 4 children by the age of 30. Teen battles with parents and dropped out of school at 17 and spent a lifetime in the labor market.

    Middle-class losers have the gift of apathy-they won't get a girl pregnant because they are unattractive to college coeds from their suburb so they stroke it to porno all day. Mom and Dad let them live at home until finally they inherit a house in a decent neighborhood. There's no roving blacks or Hispanics who will rape or kill them. Their drug of choice is usually pot and beer, not meth or heroin. Their parents don't give them money but they are not deprived. They have clothes, food, an allowance to spend on their bag of weed and a laptop to ejaculate on.
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  208. @Jim Christian
    There are lots of books detailing the decline. Linh is just more grassy-roots. Books detailing the stats on the poor are one category.

    Hitting the streets and getting the stories of some of the truly deplorable and the down-and-outers are quite another category. That's Linh..

    Most of these people made their mistakes young in life, not old. Took that hit off meth at age 14. Married that worthless brute who left them with 4 children by the age of 30. Teen battles with parents and dropped out of school at 17 and spent a lifetime in the labor market.

    Middle-class losers have the gift of apathy-they won’t get a girl pregnant because they are unattractive to college coeds from their suburb so they stroke it to porno all day. Mom and Dad let them live at home until finally they inherit a house in a decent neighborhood. There’s no roving blacks or Hispanics who will rape or kill them. Their drug of choice is usually pot and beer, not meth or heroin. Their parents don’t give them money but they are not deprived. They have clothes, food, an allowance to spend on their bag of weed and a laptop to ejaculate on.

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    With so many of those middle-class kids being genetic dead ends, their safe quiet civilized town won’t have enough functional white folks to even occupy most of the housing or do most of the jobs.

    There WILL be Africans and others moving in or simply marauding through when they feel like it, because the Africans and Latinos have children and demoralized, lazy, shortsighted, white young people don’t.
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  209. @mcohen
    Yeah i know.first hand testimony from my grandparents who came from a village called ressin near kovno is not enough for AA's like yourself so i had to whip out the wtf (wiki the f*ck).my apologies

    Here is a better link

    https://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/the-pale-of-settlement

    first hand testimony from my grandparents who came from a village called ressin near kovno is not enough

    You mean anecdotal evidence? No that’s not enough. Not for anyone with an IQ higher than their shoe size, anyway. What do you think this is, Nuremberg?

    And Jewish virtual library? A better link? Are you being facetious, my good sir? Did you intentionally seek out a source that is even less likely to be credible than wikipedia?

    Or was that just a cohen-cidence?

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  210. @Jim Christian
    Oh calm down. That was rhetorical. I was at a gun show at Dulles Expo in Virginia years ago and a guy with a booth dedicated to guns of course and also prepping was asked what he stocks for food and water. His answer was, he's coming after the food and water of others. He was serious. When things get ugly, the softies of society, many of them instrumental to the destruction of a once-viable system, such as academics, politicians and of course, their women, are going to pay a very heavy personal price from the sorts of folks that will be running the streets without limits. It doesn't take much of an imagination to picture it.

    When the shit hits the fan, all things become...possible, even ok in the context of survival of the fittest. Do you wanna be the nails, or would you rather be a guy swinging the hammer? Decisions, decisions..

    Understood. Every member of our family will receive firearm self-defense training as soon as they are old enough, then firearms of their own as soon as they are old enough. And yes, I expect the USA to become a less trusting, less stable, less safe, mover violent society, with white and white-appearing people being specifically targeted.

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  211. @Jeff Stryker
    Most of these people made their mistakes young in life, not old. Took that hit off meth at age 14. Married that worthless brute who left them with 4 children by the age of 30. Teen battles with parents and dropped out of school at 17 and spent a lifetime in the labor market.

    Middle-class losers have the gift of apathy-they won't get a girl pregnant because they are unattractive to college coeds from their suburb so they stroke it to porno all day. Mom and Dad let them live at home until finally they inherit a house in a decent neighborhood. There's no roving blacks or Hispanics who will rape or kill them. Their drug of choice is usually pot and beer, not meth or heroin. Their parents don't give them money but they are not deprived. They have clothes, food, an allowance to spend on their bag of weed and a laptop to ejaculate on.

    With so many of those middle-class kids being genetic dead ends, their safe quiet civilized town won’t have enough functional white folks to even occupy most of the housing or do most of the jobs.

    There WILL be Africans and others moving in or simply marauding through when they feel like it, because the Africans and Latinos have children and demoralized, lazy, shortsighted, white young people don’t.

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    "With so many of those middle-class kids being genetic dead ends..."

    It's always a pleasure to see how you view life in the raw.

    "their safe quiet civilized town won’t have enough functional white folks to even occupy most of the housing or do most of the jobs."

    There will always be "functional whites" to do the "heavy civilizational lifting".

    "There WILL be Africans and others moving in or simply marauding through when they feel like it, because the Africans and Latinos have children and demoralized, lazy, shortsighted, white young people don’t."

    Africans saunter, they do not do "marauding". And white people choosing not to have children has little to do with being demoralized or lazy or shortsighted, it has more do with personal decisions. Now, I don't get why some people remain single their entire lives, or marry with no intention of siring offspring, but I don't make it a federal case about it like you do.

    "...do we have a reason to think that white Europeans will exist in Europe in 500 years? Or even 150 years?"

    Yes to both questions.

    "And yes, I expect the USA to become a less trusting, less stable, less safe, mover violent society, with white and white-appearing people being specifically targeted."

    Do you have your children dress up as Chicken Little every Halloween?
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  212. Corvinus says:
    @RadicalCenter
    With so many of those middle-class kids being genetic dead ends, their safe quiet civilized town won’t have enough functional white folks to even occupy most of the housing or do most of the jobs.

    There WILL be Africans and others moving in or simply marauding through when they feel like it, because the Africans and Latinos have children and demoralized, lazy, shortsighted, white young people don’t.

    “With so many of those middle-class kids being genetic dead ends…”

    It’s always a pleasure to see how you view life in the raw.

    “their safe quiet civilized town won’t have enough functional white folks to even occupy most of the housing or do most of the jobs.”

    There will always be “functional whites” to do the “heavy civilizational lifting”.

    “There WILL be Africans and others moving in or simply marauding through when they feel like it, because the Africans and Latinos have children and demoralized, lazy, shortsighted, white young people don’t.”

    Africans saunter, they do not do “marauding”. And white people choosing not to have children has little to do with being demoralized or lazy or shortsighted, it has more do with personal decisions. Now, I don’t get why some people remain single their entire lives, or marry with no intention of siring offspring, but I don’t make it a federal case about it like you do.

    “…do we have a reason to think that white Europeans will exist in Europe in 500 years? Or even 150 years?”

    Yes to both questions.

    “And yes, I expect the USA to become a less trusting, less stable, less safe, mover violent society, with white and white-appearing people being specifically targeted.”

    Do you have your children dress up as Chicken Little every Halloween?

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  213. @Si1ver1ock

    When you have an IQ of 165, regular people are like special need kids.
     
    There was an episode on House about this and it sounds like maybe he watched it. But putting that aside for now, the 911 event was aimed at people with high IQs. People with lower IQs will likely miss it. It will go over their heads. Once it gets through your head that the media and the government really would conspire to cover up something that evil, it can overthrow your sense of reality, your sense of purpose in life.

    http://house.wikia.com/wiki/Ignorance_is_Bliss

    John worked for 18 years in a bunch of countries for the Defense Intelligence Agency and US Army, then he was diagnosed with schizophrenia.
     
    There is probably a reason for that.


    But anyway, at $2700 plus whatever his mother has for Social Security he could easily get a house and hire a live-in to look after her. Something isn't adding up here, which is odd for PHD level mathematician.

    I read somewhere that Trump has an IQ of 160. That could just be Trump marketing.

    I read where Trump himself said his IQ was 127 which puts him in the superior range.

    Was the word himself redundant? Should I too hire a proof reader. My grammar is not so good nearing 70.

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  214. Logan says:
    @Jon B
    I'd take John's stated IQ with a grain of salt. Street people are inherently untrustworthy.

    Philly is a shithole, mostly because most of it is uninhabitable by normal White people.

    165 IQ is statistically one person in about 40,000. Such people exist, but I strongly suspect there are a lot more people who claim this IQ than those who have it.

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  215. Logan says:
    @Anon
    Wikipedia???? Since when has wikepedia told the truth about anything? Only the naive and credulous believe Wikipedia.

    Wikipedia is often surprisingly good on topics that don’t have a culture war aspect.

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  216. Logan says:
    @Jeff Stryker
    I lived and worked in the Philippines for 3 years so I would advance the opinion that my view of the Philippines is insightful.

    There was a great deal of Cold War hankie panky in Latin America but I do not see what that has to do with the white elite of Mexico dumping their garbage on our backyard.

    I would not say the opinion of a man who has lived most of his life in Asia is invalid and the Monroe Doctrine goes back to the time of Geronimo.

    As for India, the caste system was in place for many centuries before the British arrived, and I have spent some time in India so I'm familiar with the country.

    the Monroe Doctrine goes back to the time of Geronimo.

    Actually to six years before he was born.

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  217. Logan says:
    @Jeff Stryker
    Possibly, but it happened under Winston's watch.

    Got intrigued and looked it up. Shortest duration travel (flight time only) from Laramie to Paris is 34 hours round-trip.

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