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Four days after he described Christine Blasey Ford, the accuser of Judge Brett Kavanaugh, as a “very credible witness,” President Donald Trump could no longer contain his feelings or constrain his instincts.

With the fate of his Supreme Court nominee in the balance, Trump let his “Make America Great Again” rally attendees in Mississippi know what he really thought of Ford’s testimony.

“‘Thirty-six years ago this happened. I had one beer.’ ‘Right?’ ‘I had one beer.’ ‘Well, you think it was (one beer)?’ ‘Nope, it was one beer.’ ‘Oh, good. How did you get home?’”

‘I don’t remember.’ ‘How did you get there?’ ‘I don’t remember.’ ‘Where is the place?’ ‘I don’t remember.’ ‘How many years ago was it?’ ‘I don’t know. I don’t know. I don’t know. I don’t know.’”

By now the Mississippi MAGA crowd was cheering and laughing.

Trump went on: “‘What neighborhood was it in?’ ‘I don’t know.’ ‘Where’s the house?’ ‘I don’t know.’ ‘Upstairs, downstairs, where was it?’ ‘I don’t know. But I had one beer. That’s the only thing I remember.’”

Since that day three years ago when he came down the escalator at Trump Tower to talk of “rapists” crossing the U.S. border from Mexico, few Trump remarks have ignited greater outrage.

Commentators have declared themselves horrified and sickened that a president would so mock the testimony of a victim of sexual assault.

The Republican senators who will likely cast the decisive votes on Kavanaugh’s confirmation — Jeff Flake, Susan Collins, Lisa Murkowski — they all decried Trump’s mimicry.

Yet, in tossing out the “Catechism of Political Correctness” and treating the character assassination of Kavanaugh as what it was, a rotten conspiracy to destroy and defeat his nominee, Trump’s instincts were correct, even if they were politically incorrect.

This was not a “job interview” for Kavanaugh.

In a job interview, half the members of the hiring committee are not so instantly hostile to an applicant that they will conspire to criminalize and crush him to the point of wounding his family and ruining his reputation.

When Sen. Lindsey Graham charged the Democratic minority with such collusion, he was dead on. This was a neo-Bolshevik show trial where the defendant was presumed guilty and due process meant digging up dirt from his school days to smear and break him.

Our cultural elites have declared Trump a poltroon for daring to mock Ford’s story of what happened 36 years ago. Yet, these same elites reacted with delight at Matt Damon’s “SNL” depiction of Kavanaugh’s angry and agonized appearance, just 48 hours before.

Is it not hypocritical to laugh uproariously at a comedic depiction of Kavanaugh’s anguish, while demanding quiet respect for the highly suspect and uncorroborated story of Ford?

Ford was handled by the judiciary committee with the delicacy of a Faberge egg, said Kellyanne Conway, while Kavanaugh was subjected to a hostile interrogation by Senate Democrats.

In our widening and deepening cultural-civil war, the Kavanaugh nomination will be seen as a landmark battle. And Trump’s instincts, to treat his Democratic assailants as ideological enemies, with whom he is in mortal struggle, will be seen as correct.

Consider. In the last half-century, which Supreme Court nominees were the most maligned and savaged?

ORDER IT NOW

Were they not Nixon nominee Clement Haynsworth, chief judge of the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals, Reagan nominee Robert Bork, Bush 1 nominee Clarence Thomas, and Trump nominee Brett Kavanaugh, the last three all judges on the nation’s second-highest court, the District of Columbia Circuit Court of Appeals?

Is it a coincidence that all four were Republican appointees, all four were judicial conservatives, and all four were gutted on the grounds of philosophy or character?

Is it a coincidence that Nixon in Watergate, Reagan in the Iran-Contra affair, and now Trump in Russiagate, were all targets of partisan campaigns to impeach and remove them from office?

Consider what happened to decent Gerald Ford who came into the oval office in 1974, preaching “the politics of compromise and consensus.”

To bring the country together after Watergate, Ford pardoned President Nixon. For that act of magnanimity, he was torn to pieces by a Beltway elite that had been denied its anticipated pleasure of seeing Nixon prosecuted, convicted and sentenced to prison.

Trump is president because he gets it. He understands what this Beltway elite are all about — the discrediting of his victory as a product of criminal collusion with Russia and his resignation or removal in disgrace. And the “base” that comes to these rallies to cheer him on, they get it, too.

Since Reagan’s time, there are few conservatives who have not been called one or more of the names in Hillary Clinton’s litany of devils, her “basket of deplorables” — racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamophobic, bigoted, irredeemable.

The battle over Kavanaugh’s nomination, and the disparagement of the Republicans who have stood strongest by the judge, seems to have awakened even the most congenial to the new political reality.

We are all deplorables now.

Patrick J. Buchanan is the author of a new book, “Nixon’s White House Wars: The Battles That Made and Broke a President and Divided America Forever.”

Copyright 2018 Creators.com.

 
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  1. Anonymous[275] • Disclaimer says:

    Je suis les Déplorables!

    Plus I can make French Toast. :)

    Kav is far from perfect, but he’s the man to stop immigration. I mean invasion. It’s a war. Wars are dirty. He might just be the man for a dirty war.

  2. Rational says:

    CHRISTINE FORD BELONGS IN PRISON FOR LYING UNDER OATH.

    Thanks, Sir.

    What Ford did, manufacturing this racket, lying under oath, is pure perjury.

    She claims she does not remember even such basic details. Why? Because she made up the story.

    Did they ask her how much the Dems paid her to make up this story?

    She belongs is prison.

    FORD = FRAUD OR RELAPSE DAILY.

  3. We are all kulaks now.

  4. It’s common for commenters on this site and others like it to bemoan the pusillanimity of the Republican power elite. “They’re too nice”, “they roll over” and so on.

    And it’s true. Republicans respect boundaries in human affairs. They restrain themselves and expect their opponents to do likewise. Democrats, whose prime motive springs from the feeling that they have been cheated, feel no such constraints. After all, if the Rules implicitly favor the other then it’s those very Rules that must be overturned and eradicated. “Anarchy Now!”

    This is why when one objectively examines the arguments put forth by both sides, one finds that they are not so much holding a conversation as they are talking past one another, at angles to one another. Everything is oblique. Nothing gets said that penetrates the other sides defenses so consequently, nothing gets done.

    • Replies: @Diversity Heretic
    , @nsa
  5. Corvinus says:

    “Is it a coincidence that Nixon in Watergate, Reagan in the Iran-Contra affair, and now Trump in Russiagate, were all targets of partisan campaigns to impeach and remove them from office?”

    LOL. Patrick has memory loss here and is clearly whitewashing history. Nixon and Reagan officials, under their watch, conducted illegal activities and were prosecuted for said crimes. And signs point that Trump and company have also engaged in lawbreaking activities. Prosecuting offenders is not partisan. Of all people, Patrick should remember that there were key GOP members who were involved in the Watergate and Iran-Contra investigations who desired to get to the truth, and were appalled at the overt acts committed against the Constitution.

    • Agree: renfro
  6. @ThreeCranes

    This is why when one objectively examines the arguments put forth by both sides, one finds that they are not so much holding a conversation as they are talking past one another, at angles to one another. Everything is oblique. Nothing gets said that penetrates the other sides defenses so consequently, nothing gets done.

    Conflicts such as these are typically resolved on battlefields, not debating chambers.

  7. nsa says:
    @ThreeCranes

    “Republicans respect boundaries in human affairs. They restrain themselves………”
    Dating advice from your party leader: “Grab ‘em by the pussy”.

  8. Stick says:

    Never let a shame people govern a guilt people. Build the dang wall.

  9. @Corvinus

    Name one President in the last century who hasn’t personally, or on his behalf, “conducted illegal activities”. His point is that it is only the Republican ones who have been subject to hysterical partisan attacks and prosecution.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
    , @Anonymous
  10. Corvinus says:
    @Curmudgeon

    “Name one President in the last century who hasn’t personally, or on his behalf, “conducted illegal activities”.

    What are you, five-years-old? I can just hear you now, with your nasally, feminine voice saying “Well, they did it too, so why weren’t they put in jail? All presidents are somehow crooks.”

    Grow up.

    “His point is that it is only the Republican ones who have been subject to hysterical partisan attacks and prosecution.”

    Except this characterization–hysterical partisan attacks and prosecution–is other than accurate. Patrick will ALWAYS wear his blinders on when it comes to Nixon and Reagan and the illegal activities that led led to legitimate prosecutions.

    • Replies: @Wally
  11. anonymous[276] • Disclaimer says:
    @Corvinus

    And signs point that Trump and company have also engaged in lawbreaking activities.

    Signs point! What a laugh! You’re such a partisan tool! You’ve been harping on this for over a year. And there’s nothing, Corvy, nothing!

    We await your response filled with intimations of rationality and impartiality. Be aware, however, that we’re on to your game. We see that in reality you are suffering from an advanced case of TDS which has driven you, quite literally, insane. Seek help, Corvy, so that you can see the real world clearly once again!

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  12. How can anyone doubt Chrissie’s moving testimony?

    No more delays in the witch burning!

  13. We the people the deplorables….that WON WW II, and defeated Communism…On a different note…Israel IDF just demolished AlKhan- Asar in the Negev, evicting the Bedouins inhabitamts since a millenia. This means breaking the West Bank and making it clear that Israel is pursuing the FINAL SOLUTION to exterminate the Palestinians…Its time for the WORLD to break all international relations with Israel.. NO MORE: Trade, commerce, diplomatic , cultural, sports, financial, political NO MORE interaction with Israel….the world must stop this Palestinian genocide embargo Israel, sanctions, arms boycott,etc.

  14. @nsa

    Context, nsa, context. Read the whole quote. What he said was that power and money are babe magnets. Women throw themselves upon the powerful and wealthy so much so that you can “grab them by the pussy” and they won’t complain (or words to that effect).

    Every rock star, sports star knows that this is true. When my wife worked as a broadcast technician for pro basketball games she would observe, as she and the other technicians loaded up the vans in the parking lot after the game, dozens of women all decked out waiting for the players. Wives weren’t allowed to the post game frolics in downtown sports bars etc.

    So, stop with the innocence please. It’s a biological fact of life. They can’t help themselves. Women are just following the dictates of their programming. That’s all Trump’s saying. Feminists don’t like it because they don’t want to believe that they don’t have “choice”. They say, “Biology isn’t Destiny”. And then go on to pretend that a trans is really whatever their adopted sex is. Hoooey. What derangement.

    Let me give you some advise. If believing what people tell you requires that you so completely suspend your native-born common sense, you should run away from them as fast as possible because at some critical moment in your life what they preach won’t help you a bit; will, in fact, leave you in the lurch.

    • Agree: TTSSYF
    • Replies: @Corvinus
  15. Corvinus says:
    @anonymous

    “Signs point! What a laugh! You’re such a partisan tool! You’ve been harping on this for over a year. And there’s nothing, Corvy, nothing!”

    NOTICE that these complex investigations take time. And Mueller has yet to finish his work. In addition, NOTICE that Mr. Sailer is silent on this matter. Sure, he has open threads for his fan bois to comment on this apparently ridiculous of this investigation, but why does he not openly come out and repeatedly say it is a sham?

    See, Sailer is cagey in this regard. He knows there is something going on, and rather than say something that could come back to haunt him, he is generally steering clear of specific commentary on this matter.

    In the end, either the investigation will yield plentiful fruit, and the GOP will suffer the consequences, or the investigation will turn up bone dry, and the Democrats will suffer the consequences. Understand that Mueller up until his appointment was hailed by both political parties as being impartial and meticulous.

    • Replies: @anonymous
  16. Anonymous[123] • Disclaimer says:
    @Curmudgeon

    You sure got Corvinus’ panties in a twist. :)

  17. Corvinus says:
    @ThreeCranes

    “Every rock star, sports star knows that this is true.”

    It is true that some women desire to be in the inner circle of men who are in entertainment.

    “When my wife worked as a broadcast technician for pro basketball games she would observe, as she and the other technicians loaded up the vans in the parking lot after the game, dozens of women all decked out waiting for the players.”

    And I would imagine that some of those women were girlfriends or wives waiting for their man, who would then take them home or go out on the town.

    Praytell, why did you allow your wife to even work in this capacity? Was she not even tempted herself given that she, as a woman, could not “help herself”? Perhaps she was one of those women who was “grabbed”, enjoyed it so much, but did not tell you about it. Seems to me that you have a feminist running amok in your own household. Better rein in her in before she divorce rapes you.

    “Wives weren’t allowed to the post game frolics in downtown sports bars etc.”

    Of course wives and girlfriends were allowed there, as evident by the Facebook entries and Instagrams by men themselves!

    “Women are just following the dictates of their programming.”

    Actually, it’s the failing of men. As the Z-man blog opines, “This is where the men’s rights crowd and the pickup artists got it all wrong. The answer to the degeneracy of feminism is not sullen indifference or craven opportunism. The solution to feminism is for men to get back to policing their own ranks, by enforcing codes of conduct that leave women no choice but to fulfill their natural roles. If white people are going to survive, it will be in a world in which guys like Riley Reynolds are found dead in a ditch. It’s a world where Roosh V lives in fear of men, not in fear of women. That was always the insidiousness of feminism. It was never really about women. It was always about undermining Western societies by emasculating the men. A society where the men are unwilling to protect their daughters from pornographers, too timid to fight back against Pakistani rape gangs, is a defeated society. Men who wait for someone else to protect their women will never find the courage to fight against their masters. When men on our side get that and begin to enforce a moral code on other men, the revolution begins.”

    • Replies: @ThreeCranes
  18. Pat, you left out rapist.

    • Replies: @englishmike
  19. The tactics of the Democrats and their media accomplices has been a pure distillation of Saul Alinksy. The Alinsky rule that applies here: “Make your opponent live up to his highest principles.”

    The Neo-Bolsheviks are free to be utterly ruthless at every step, taking their flamethrowers to torch a good man as a serial teenage sex harasser, drugger of females and gang-rapist. No actual evidence is required to do this.

    Then they make it clear that in response, their target is limited to making a few polite quibbles that would pass muster with the Marquess of Queensbury. Protesting with any appropriate rage would be unseemly, and the Gray Lady would NOT be amused.

    We have long become accustomed to seeing the Republicans accept these terms of engagement. It is encouraging to see that President Trump and Judge Brett Kavanaugh do not.

  20. We are all deplorables now.

    Christian whites (that means that you’re out Corny) are slowly – very slowly – waking up to the reality that the other side hates them and wants them dead (or, at least, completely stripped of any power). Let me repeat: The Feinsteins, Schumers and Bookers of the world honestly believe that white Christians, including white Christian women, are terrible people and responsible for much evil in the past and present. They hate and fear you.

    Once you understand that, their behavior becomes quite understandable. Trump is evil. Do anything you can to stop him. Kavanaugh is evil. Do anything you can to stop him. Would you worry about due process if you had a chance to kill Hitler in 1930? Hell no.

    Christian whites are evil. Flood their countries with non-Christians and non-whites to weaken them. Makes sense.

    Welcome to the new realty, our new world. We live in a multi-racial, multi-ethnic, multi-religious, multi-cultural society. Politics will break down not along ideological but tribal lines. The vast majority of non-Jewish whites (again, sorry Corny, not you) just hate this truth and thus have put their heads in the sand hoping it will go away.

    But, of course, it won’t because . . . the other side hates them and wants them dead so incident after incident keeps shoving that reality in their face.

    Kavanaugh shows them that even a “nice guy” who plays by the rules will get attacked. This will weaken normies’ fantasy world, not enough to change anything but they will be one step closer to the truth.

    Politics is no longer about debate and ideas. It’s just bargaining among various tribes for their share of the power and the goodies. The Kavanaugh hearings prove that. It wasn’t about Kavanaugh and evidence. It was two tribes squaring off. Neither side likes or believes the other.

    Hopefully, we’ll quit the kabuki theater in the future and just sit down and bargain out which tribe gets what. You Christian whites want a SC justice, alright then blacks get this, Hispanics get this, etc. That’s our future.

  21. How I enjoy reading Mr. Buchanan! Sometimes I am pleased our perspectives match well. Other times I am elated with laughter,much like the Mary Poppins hilarity: “I love to laugh.long and loud and clear.”
    Today in his screed Mr. Buchanan wails that Dems are continuously bad naming and trying to impeach the GOP. Effortlessly he forgets the Clinton impeachment and perhaps he cannot recall the Impeach Earl Warren days long ago. All of that is fine and dandy partisan candy.
    When however he states >> To bring the country together after Watergate, Ford pardoned President Nixon<< I cannot stifle peals and peals of fevered laughter. The pardon healed no wounds. The pardon set aside the principle of equal justice under the law and… it set the table for future lawlessness. It said hooray for an unaccountable Imperial Presidency… That is deplorable.

    • Replies: @TTSSYF
  22. @Corvinus

    “Praytell, why did you allow your wife to even work in this capacity? Was she not even tempted herself given that she, as a woman, could not “help herself”?”

    Well, I guess I didn’t need to worry because I’m just so much more studly than black pro basketball players. “Round-ballers” we wrestlers called them when we shared the gym during winter practices. Ever seen em fight on court? They fight like girls.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  23. Ha. This is true. Where I grew up, wrestling was huge. Everyone knew to never get in a fight with a wrestler. Obviously, they were trained to take you to the ground and bound up every limp leaving you laughably helpless. But even if you threw that out, these were still guys who were incredibly strong and about as comfortable as you can be with having your face smashed to ground repeatedly. Even if you miraculously managed to hit them with a punch, it would have the impact of a gentle breeze against your cheek.

    Just hanging out with them at the gym and learning a few moves was enough to make the very few fights that I ever got into a joke. I’m not claiming to be some tough guy, but that’s the point. Learn a few moves and learn what it feels like to take a hit to the face so you won’t be stunned when it happens, and you’re in pretty good shape if some dickhead won’t back off.

    Seriously though, ThreeCranes, you should just ignore Corny. He’s a liar. I haven’t read anything from him in months, but I remember that every once in a while, he would let his guard down (often when the subject of Jews would come up, how odd). He’s just a classic – and very boring – hater of whites. Sorry, non-Jewish whites. (He seemed perfectly fine with Jewish tribalism and maintaining themselves as a people and a culture.) We’re responsible for all the evils in the world.

    Corny would mask his hatred by debating every little point ad nauseam or fall back on the Dude’s “Well, that’s like just your opinion, man.” Misdirection is the name of his game. Get people off track until no one remembers what they were talking about. I’ll give him credit. It’s juvenile but fairly effective.

    Regardless, screw him. The time for debate is over anyway. There is no right or wrong anymore. There’s just tribe. (However, within your tribe, there’s always a place for right and wrong.) He’s not in my tribe. Fuck him. He can go debate with his tribe on the best way to deal with our tribe, but he doesn’t get a say in how we run our affairs.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  24. anonymous[276] • Disclaimer says:
    @Corvinus

    He (Sailer) knows there is something going on, and rather than say something that could come back to haunt him, he is generally steering clear of specific commentary on this matter.

    Sailer doesn’t say anything about a lot of things, con-man Corvy. Be honest for a moment and come up with something that you think is BS that Sailer doesn’t comment on. Does this mean that Sailer thinks it’s not BS? Does this mean that it is not BS? See what a fool you are, devious Corvinus? See what a TOOL you are?

    In the end, either the investigation will yield plentiful fruit, and the GOP will suffer the consequences, or the investigation will turn up bone dry, and the Democrats will suffer the consequences.

    You and your mendacity! You “know” that Trump is guilty as sin. You’ve said it many times. Now you pretend to be all even-handed and whatnot. Dishonest TDS fool! Dishonest TDS TOOL!

    • Replies: @adfada
    , @Corvinus
  25. Baby Boomers in 1968: Peace and Love

    Baby Boomers in 2018: Have USA at each others’ throats

    Note from Generation X and Millennial:
    Please retire and go away or drop dead

    • Replies: @ANONYMOUS
    , @Reg Cæsar
  26. adfada says:
    @anonymous

    Well, it’s nice to see that some things never change: I recognized Corvy as a leftist concern troll three years ago when I first found this wonderful site. I’m happy to see others calling this vile scum out for who he really is. However, the best most effective method in dealing with this asshole is just to block/ignore him.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
    , @El Dato
  27. KenH says:

    The battle over Kavanaugh’s nomination, and the disparagement of the Republicans who have stood strongest by the judge, seems to have awakened even the most congenial to the new political reality.

    We are all deplorables now.

    Don’t get too excited and act is if this marks a sea change in American politics. When a few dozen Republicans start becoming consistently pro-white like the Democrats are anti-white then I’ll sit up and take notice.

    What we saw out of the Republicans was just a paroxysm of righteous rage and they showed us that they actually have a pulse, but things will soon settle back down to business as usual of gaming the economy and tax system for their donors. On the Democrat side they’ll go back to cooking up schemes to transfer white wealth to the black and brown underclass and bestow unearned and undeserved privileges upon them. And marginalizing the second amendment.

    But identity politics is here to stay no matter how much the nightly lineup at FOX News and luminaries on the kosher right bemoan it and think they can just wish it and will it away. For the current head of the DNC is a two fisted tribalist as are many current and future Democrats/Neo-Bolshies like Ocasio-Cortez and many others that will be making noise in the coming years.

  28. @KenH

    Yep. At some point, it gets hard for even white cucks to ignore that the fact that the other side hates you and wants you dead.

    That said, they will push off reality as long as humanly possible. The desire of whites to not appear “bad” is incredibly strong.

    Regardless, the non-white Dems just can’t wait to take over and go full anti-white. It’s stupid on their part, as I’m sure Schumer reminds them. Just wait another 20 years, and there’s not much whites could do, at least peacefully. But the non-white Dems aren’t in the mood to wait another 20 years. They want to take over the party now.

    In the next five to ten years, the old white/Jewish guard leadership of the Dems – Feinstein, Biden, Schumer, Pelosi, etc. – will retire or die. They will be replaced predominantly by blacks, Hispanics, Indians and Muslims.

    It will become increasingly difficult for whites to ignore that they are being ruled over by other tribes. Obama was like a cuddly pet. He didn’t feel like a threat. But a permanent, openly hostile non-white Dem leadership will make the situation very clear.

    Of course, I could be wrong. California is our demographic future, and you don’t see any white identity groups erupting there. That should be our future. And, yet, it doesn’t feel right. Whites seem to be slowly waking up. We’ll see.

    I know this. History says that this level of migration leads to very nasty outcomes. And betting against history usually isn’t the way to go.

    • Replies: @Sollipsist
  29. Corvinus says:
    @ThreeCranes

    “Well, I guess I didn’t need to worry because I’m just so much more studly than black pro basketball players.”

    Spoken like a true gamma.

    • Replies: @SunBakedSuburb
  30. Corvinus says:
    @anonymous

    “Sailer doesn’t say anything about a lot of things, con-man Corvy.”

    His whole NOTICING act is to look at a wide range of things that are important. One of the most critical aspects of the American political scene is the Mueller investigation. Yet, nary a peep from him. Be honest for a moment and come up with something that you think is BS that Sailer does comment on.

    “You and your mendacity! You “know” that Trump is guilty as sin. You’ve said it many times.”

    Actually, I have offered people here with websites that will help them understand the complex nature of the Mueller investigation. But if you are certain that I actually said “Trump is guilty as sin”–these exact words–and there is a written record of it on this fine website of when I repeatedly made that statement, then by all means show us.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  31. Corvinus says:
    @adfada

    “Well, it’s nice to see that some things never change: I recognized Corvy as a leftist concern troll three years ago when I first found this wonderful site.”

    What you recognized was a superior intellect who took you to the woodshed in discourse.

    “However, the best most effective method in dealing with this asshole is just to block/ignore him.”

    No wonder you are single. That line does not work with today’s modern woman. I suggest you buy Roosh V’s latest book, “Game”. It will really help you out with the ladies.

  32. ANONYMOUS[107] • Disclaimer says:
    @Sir Launcelot Canning

    Tiresome.

    More men and women joined religious orders — mostly Roman Catholic — in the Baby Boomer era than any time before or since; they were of that generation when homosexuality was wrong and priests truly were committed to service and celibacy, and women were astutely educated to educate — and heal — others, often for little or no material compensation. Schools educated AND disciplined, and hospitals nursed and healed, without interference from government & without bloated budgets.

    Baby Boomers were the last generation to be drafted to fight in a vicious and immoral war. Many Boomers never made it to adulthood bcz of Viet Nam, and many others still suffer from that war.

    Baby Boomers mounted a genuine movement to bring an end to an unjust war.

    Baby Boomer women navigated from the travesty of June Cleaver parenthood; of not being permitted to own their own checking account, house; have a job much less a career, to no-fault divorce, abortion on demand, and advocacy for nearly full-scale sexual promiscuity — which is an element of the Christine Blah Blah Ford frenzy; Ford makes Cleaver look almost wholesome.

    What have you pampered and protected GenXers and Millennials done to stop war? What have you done to learn how a healthy family functions, Whine about the expense of care for your one trophy-child? Demand taxpayer-funded abortion? Vote for Hillary, because Madeleine we think killing 500,000 Iraqi children was worth the price Albright said “There’s a special place in hell for women who don’t support women? ”
    Is that the model you want your wife/sister/daughter to emulate?

    GexX and Millennials have had greater access to education, careers, financial independence than any in history, yet you are the whiniest, dumbest and least astute.

    We Boomers can’t afford to “retire and go away” because you GenXers & Millennials do not have the wisdom or courage or sense of sacrifice to form a family much less run a country.

    Grow the f up.

  33. @nsa

    Dating advice from your party leader: “Grab ‘em by the pussy”.

    The critical part of that sentence was “they let”. As in consent. Even invitation.

    Compare that to “Better put some ice on it.”

  34. @Sir Launcelot Canning

    Note from Generation X and Millennial:
    Please retire and go away or drop dead…

    …so we can enjoy our tattoos, Minecraft, hip-hop, and same-sex marriages in peace.

  35. @ANONYMOUS

    U.S. Non-Hispanic White population in 1960: 85%

    U.S. Non-Hispanic White population in 2014: 62%

    Your generation watched over this and approved it. You and your spoiled brethren have condemned your grandchildren to being ruled over by hostile tribes. Go to Hell.

    If you think that the deaths of 58,000 men in Vietnam is a big deal, you don’t know shit. On a percentage basis, do you have any idea of how many people died in Balkans compared to how many Americans died in Vietnam. Vietnam was a relative joke, a fucking rounding error compared to the Balkans. Oh, and let’s not forget the rapes.

    Your generation turned the United States into the Balkans. Good job.

  36. @nsa

    This is the way men communicate. Only women and homosexuals would have a problem with it.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  37. Biff says:

    It’s a dog and pony show for respective bases. The democratic leadership wants Kavanaugh on the bench just as bad as the republicans. They’ve got more dirt on him than an earthworm, and their sitting on it knowing full well this guy will cover for them when they need him. Another words, he’s a proven lier in the service of the elites.

  38. Wally says:
    @Corvinus

    You just got nailed. LOL

  39. Wally says:
    @nsa

    Trump Caught ‘Grabbing a Pussy’

    • Replies: @TomSchmidt
  40. El Dato says:
    @adfada

    But his advice about lynching Roosh is not so bad.

  41. El Dato says:
    @Corvinus

    Prosecuting offenders is not partisan.

    Indeed it is not.

    Today, failure to prosecute offenders is bipartisan.

    All the slime that sold out to special interests and made out like bandits during Bushbama years is still around, bubbling.

    Of all people, Patrick should remember that there were key GOP members who were involved in the Watergate and Iran-Contra investigations who desired to get to the truth, and were appalled at the overt acts committed against the Constitution.

    These times had a feel of solidity. Today, nothing is true and anything is possible.

    And signs point that Trump and company have also engaged in lawbreaking activities.

    I’m sorry gramps, the new post-reality reality demands not absolutism in attributing “law breaking activities” to anyone, but relativism. Said activities are being relabeld on a day-to-day basis by renta-a-mob rule in any case.

    So I ask: compared to what?

    Anyway: BELIEVE WOMEN!

  42. Realist says:

    This Democrat/Republican pissing match over judge Kavanaugh is Kabuki theater in an effort to distract the public from learning that Kavanaugh is a tool to further the Deep State control of government. During Kavanaugh’s career he has fought for more war, greater secrecy of government operations and reduction in human freedom. Not one of these facts was brought forward in Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearings by either Republicans or Democrats. The SC is a part of the Deep State just as the other two branches of government. Much was made of the possibility that Kavanaugh might try to overthrow the Roe v. Wade decision. This is a false wedge issue to make it appear that there are fundamental differences between the two parties. In reality the people in control of our government don’t give a damn about unborn babies or a woman’s right to choose. The goal of the Deep State is power and wealth…..period.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
    , @anonymous
  43. TTSSYF says:
    @Maureen O'Brien O'Reilly

    It is not a “screed”, nor does Mr. Buchanan “wail”. Clinton was impeached for lying, and he should have been (and should be now) investigated for rape.

    Nixon suffered plenty, and the pardon was in fact intended to heal the wounds and to allow us to, as ‘crats are always preaching to us, “Move on”. But apparently, ‘crats are too adicted to hate. It’s in your blood, like an endorphin.

    This stage was set long ago, with Teddy’s hysterical nonsense against Bork, and was ramped up with the ‘crats’ hysterical nonsense against Thomas. The ‘crats are becoming increasingly hysterical as they see their tactics no longer working. (What are ‘crats going to do for an encore with Trump’s next nominee?) It might have worked if we had a President Romney, a gentleman who ‘crats turned into an SOB. Instead, we gave ‘crats the real thing: an SOB who doesn’t back down in the face of ‘crats’ Alinsky tactics and gaslighting.

    We won. You lost. Unbunch your panties and deal with it.

  44. Corvinus says:
    @Johnny Smoggins

    This is the way men degenerate men communicate. Fixed it for you.

  45. Corvinus says:
    @Citizen of a Silly Country

    “You and your spoiled brethren have condemned your grandchildren to being ruled over by hostile tribes. Go to Hell.”

    You realize that was the same sentiments by nativists when the Irish and Germans in the 1850′s, along with the Italians, Slavs, and Poles in the 1890′s, “invaded” our shores. It mattered not that these groups were Europeans, it mattered that they were alien in their customs, that they would forever transform America. Do you share similar hostility to these “hostile tribes”?

    “Your generation turned the United States into the Balkans.”

    That would be Fake News.

    • Replies: @SolontoCroesus
  46. Corvinus says:
    @Realist

    “The goal of the Deep State is power and wealth…..period.”

    Assume this statement is true. What are YOU doing about it, other than complaining on a blog, about its authority? Should you not be leading the charge to take the Deep State down, so as your children will not be enslaved by it? Do you not have a duty to rectify the situation, even by any means necessary, since you have the supposed moral high ground? Or are you simply impotent and therefore point out the machinations of the Deep State for entertainment purposes, knowing full well that you lack the guile and gumption to pull a St. Breivik?

  47. anastasia says:

    What was with everyone calling Ford credible? Republicans and Democrats, and the entire media?

    Everyone calling Ford “credible” made every last one of them look incredible.

    Trump was the only person who saw the obvious and stated it.

  48. @Corvinus

    It mattered not that these groups were Europeans, it mattered that they were alien in their customs, that they would forever transform America.

    Good point.

    It was their “customs” that would transform America, but they share European and broadly Graeco-Roman and Jesusian heritage, nor did those groups — Germans, Irish, Italians, etc. — set out to subvert USA, or take over, or exploit power.

    It is and has been the pattern of Jews, and certainly of Eastern European Jews, to seek to take over a culture, its finances and its mores –

    Heinrich Graetz wrote about the damnable behavior of Talmudic Jews in Poland.

    H Sacher wrote in the early 2oth century that the vision of zionism was to redeem the Roman conquest of Jerusalem; in its essence, zionism hates Roman culture/heritage.

    Rabbi Henry Abramson

    lectured to his congregation that, while the first wave of Eastern Europe to migrate sought to “fit in,” to contribute and assimilate, the second wave was determined to transform USA to fit THEIR preferences. In fact, in the course of the lecture, audience members stated that E. European Jews were persuaded to migrate to USA only on the promise that USA was changing and would change to their liking.

    Chinese immigrants in USA are actively courting Jews/ the Jewish elite, and for well over a decade, Jewish organizations have investigated ways to increase the relationship between Chinese and Jews, foreseeing, said the founding docs of JPPPI, that China would eventually displace USA as the world’s superpower.

    So the smart American money should be on Hispanic/ Latino immigrants to USA: they are culturally closer to, and have less history of exploiting and disrupting, European cultures.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  49. Corvinus says:
    @SolontoCroesus

    “It was their “customs” that would transform America, but they share European and broadly Graeco-Roman and Jesusian heritage, nor did those groups — Germans, Irish, Italians, etc. — set out to subvert USA, or take over, or exploit power.”

    LOL. The Irish created political machines and the Italians brought their mob criminal enterprises here with the primary purpose to assume political and economic control. Furthermore, nativists could have cared less about the heritage of these interlopers–they were decidedly concerned about the inevitable, and undesirable, transformation.

    “It is and has been the pattern of Jews, and certainly of Eastern European Jews, to seek to take over a culture, its finances and its mores.”

    It is the pattern of Jews AND non-Jews alike. Refer to the logic of Alt Right leader Vox Day –> “As you probably know, my argument is that the Posterity for whom the Constitution is intended to defend the Blessings of Liberty consists solely of the genetic descendants of the People of the several and United States. Posterity does not include immigrants, descendants of immigrants, invaders, conquerers, tourists, students, Americans born in Portugal, or anyone else who happens to subsequently reside in the same geographic location, or share the same civic ideals, as the original We the People…The U.S. Constitution was not written for them, nor was it ever intended to secure the Blessings of Liberty for them. The idea that the Constitution was intended to do anything at all for immigrants, resident aliens, or foreigners is as absurd as the idea that its emanations and penumbras provide them with an unalienable right to an abortion. The fact that courts have declared otherwise is totally irrelevant.”

  50. Anonymous[568] • Disclaimer says:
    @Corvinus

    Be honest for a moment and come up with something that you think is BS that Sailer does comment on.

    Golf, cucky Corvy, golf.

  51. @Wally

    Ok, that’s funny. Cheap, but funny.

  52. The Republicans finally got Kavanaugh in. He’s not my cup of tea but I am very happy to see Soros lose this one.

  53. anonymous[340] • Disclaimer says:
    @Realist

    I agree completely and commend your clear, concise writing.

    It has been surprising and disappointing to see so many, even good and thoughtful contributors on this website, herded into what will prove to have been another Red v Blue Puppet Show.

    I have quit subjecting myself to these spectacles, but would like to know: Did any Senator in questioning the nominee or debating his confirmation bring up war, government secrecy, or liberty?

    • Replies: @Realist
  54. @Citizen of a Silly Country

    While I don’t deny that the Boomers were a narcissistic and self-centered generation (of which I am a member), it’s very hard to blame them for what happened in the 1960s (the oldest Boomers turned 18 in 1964 and the youngest did not turn 18 until 1978). A lot of the bad decisions were made by the “Greatest Generation,” in the aftermath, and supposedly as a result of the lessons learned in the Second World War. There’s plenty of blame to go around, and if we’re going to ever turn the situation around we need to understand as clearly as we can why we got into the mess we’re in.

    Really like your comments, by the way!

  55. Realist says:
    @anonymous

    I have quit subjecting myself to these spectacles, but would like to know: Did any Senator in questioning the nominee or debating his confirmation bring up war, government secrecy, or liberty?

    Not to my knowledge.

    • Replies: @bj
  56. @Longfisher

    Since that day three years ago when he came down the escalator at Trump Tower to talk of “rapists” crossing the U.S. border from Mexico…

    Sorry if I’m missing your point. Where else did Pat “leave out rapist”?
    Are you suggesting that it was on Hillary’s list of deplorables?
    It wasn’t.

  57. Corvinus says:
    @Citizen of a Silly Country

    “I haven’t read anything from him in months, but I remember that every once in a while, he would
    let his guard down (often when the subject of Jews would come up, how odd).”

    Niwdog’s Law—As an online discussion continues with multiple posters, the likelihood of a person making assertions that the Jews are behind everything in the world that is “bad” exponentially grows.

    “He’s just a classic – and very boring – hater of whites. Sorry, non-Jewish whites. (He seemed perfectly fine with Jewish tribalism and maintaining themselves as a people and a culture.) We’re responsible for all the evils in the world.”

    Classic projection on your part. See, there are tens of millions of American whites like myself who do not “hate ourselves” and/or tout “Jewish tribalism” at the expense of “white tribalism”. We make our own decisions about race and culture. You, and others on this fine blog, however, seem content with demanding by way of your virtue signaling that ALL whites unite, lest they be characterized as “bad whites” or “cucks” or “race traitors”.

    Corny would mask his hatred by debating every little point ad nauseam or fall back on the Dude’s “Well, that’s like just your opinion, man.” Misdirection is the name of his game. Get people off track until no one remembers what they were talking about. I’ll give him credit. It’s juvenile but fairly effective.

    “There’s just tribe.”

    Who/Whom?

    “He can go debate with his tribe on the best way to deal with our tribe, but he doesn’t get a say in how we run our affairs.”

    Except I, as a white American married man with children, am part of your “tribe”. So we (you and I) do get a say in how we run our affairs.

  58. TTSSYF says:

    How many Lefties are going to do an about-face, if only for a short while, if/when Kavanaugh votes in support of one of their causes?

  59. @Corvinus

    Do US taxpayers send $3.8 billion per annum to “the Italian state,” or “the Irish state?”

    Who is Vox Day? Anybody can say anything on a website — correction, anybody who meets ADL preferences can say anything ADL does not object to on a website.

    What association of Italians or Irishmen can exert that kind of power?

    What historical pattern do the Italian or Irish people have of exerting the kind of control ADL imposes on what can and cannot be said on websites; or that organized Jewish interests have exerted in US military and financial affairs, as well as media/communications/information control since at least 1913?

    In authentic histories of the Jewish people, Jewish scholars report that Jews lived a “corporate” life within the states where they dwelt, “corporate” meaning that the Jewish community had its own rules, enforced by its own leaders, and the enforcement mechanisms extended to the right to take the life of a (Jewish) community member who had violated the Jewish laws.
    This corporate Jewish entity and their power over life-and-death (as well as of collecting taxes within their community) was acknowledged and sanctioned by the reigning political power.

    A monopoly on violence/the right to enforce by forfeiture of life or property is an essential element of what defines a state. This mode of existing as a state-within-a-state characterized Jewish life in other states until emancipation in France in the late eighteenth century.

    Granted, 1789 was a long time ago; on the other hand, that mode of behavior, and the mindsets developed in it, persisted for several millennia; old habits die hard, especially among those rabbinic authorities who wielded power.

    To the best of my knowledge, no such recognized and legitimized pattern of functioning as a state-within-a-state existed in the history of the Italian or Irish people, and certainly not among Italians and the Irish in the USA.

    The Roman Catholic hierarchical system (that dominated my upbringing) came close to exerting control over a large group, within the larger state, but Roman Catholicism in USA never held the power to take a life when a member violated an RC group norm.

    The closest we might come to such communities in USA might be the Mennonites and/or Amish, though they certainly do not hold the power to tax nor to take a life.

    In short, your examples of “Italian mafia” and Irish political machines are fatuous.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  60. @Corvinus

    Thinking about my earlier reply –
    Accuracy demands acknowledgement that Roman Catholicism exerted as much dominance over, i.e. Italians and maybe, I’m not sure about Irish Catholics* — as Jewish leaders did over the Jewish ‘flock’ over a similar time frame.

    *I think of Irish Catholicism as different from the type of Roman Catholicism of Italians — Irish are more like cats — impossible to herd; Italians Catholics were more subjugated politically by Roman Catholicism, but also far more dismissive and disdainful of the temerity of a prelate who would presume to impose churchly will on an individual. Maurizio Viroli is delightful on this topic — I think Viroli is responsible for Lamb’s baldness: he pulled out his hair after an interview on Machiavelli.
    It is also my impression, based on experiences that are probably hopelessly out of date, that Irish clergy dominate Roman Catholicism in USA, certainly far more dominant than Italian.
    – Another difference between Roman Catholic domination over, i.e. Italians and Irish, vs. the Jewish situation, is that the Italians and Irish were in their own lands, and RCC clergy operated through and on their own governments, in contrast to the Jewish situation where Jews operated not OF but inside, and with the sufferance of, the political authority.
    But I digress . . .

  61. @Corvinus

    You’re half-right about Nixon. There certainly was abundant criminal activity going on during his administration. But the primary reason he was removed from power was because he and Kissinger were conducting clandestine negotiations with China and Russia in service to what he wanted to be his legacy: détente with the communist powers; Nixon the peacemaker, and so on. Alarmed when this was discovered, the Pentagon and CIA began surveillance and espionage operations against the Nixon White House. The Cold War served their purposes; they had no desire to see it fade away. The Watergate break-in was a CIA false-flag, and the path to impeachment was triggered. When Reagan assumed residency in the White House, the Cold War reached a heightened state not seen since the 1950s.

  62. @Corvinus

    “Spoken like a true gamma.”

    Vox Day has taken up residency in your head.

  63. white tra$$h can’t think in REALLY rational ways

    game over

    ”we are all deplorables now”

    and always will be

    Papito here teach you fundamental lessons about how to think like a full human being and not a fool…

  64. @Citizen of a Silly Country

    It’s a fair point. As a rough measure of white identity politics, California has the highest concentration of individuals and groups on the SPLC hate list (flying in the face of the constantly reinforced Dirty South stereotype).

    As in the 1960s, mainstream attitudes are struggling to maintain a contemptuous refusal to validate a cultural phenomenon. And nobody has numbers on all the fence-sitters and sympathizers who are intimidated into silence and inaction, for the moment.

    The sheer volume of Silicon Valley and Hollywood value myths obscures the history of California as the launching pad for both Nixon and Reagan. What may be more telling is how fragmented and dysfunctional California remains after so many decades of touted multiculturalism and open-mindedness.

  65. anarchyst says:
    @Diversity Heretic

    You are correct. It was those of “the greatest generation” who used federal troops to enforce “civil-rights” desegregation statutes in violation of posse comitatus.
    Not only that, the Hart-Celler immigration act of 1965 was another traitorous action wjich we are living with today.
    To those of “the greatest generation”: Thanks for NOTHING…

  66. bj says:
    @Realist

    At about 2:00 minutes Senator Graham questions Justice Kavanaugh about military law vs criminal law. Is the groundwork being laid for military tribunals, since we are officially in a state of war?

    • Replies: @Realist
  67. @Diversity Heretic

    Who were the young people cheering to turn the country inside out in the 60s and early 70s? Boomers (and sone of the younger Silent Generation). And who are the hysterical, hateful leftist, marxist professors and politicos? Boomers? Who are the principal and leading warmongers, neocons, and conserv-inc. radio and tv personalities? Boomers.

    Why won’t you Boomers take your worn out ideas and delusions and ride off into the sunset?

    • Replies: @anon
  68. Commentators have declared themselves horrified and sickened that a president would so mock the testimony of a victim of sexual assault.

    In contrast, when President Trump had, four days earlier, described Dr Blasey Ford as a “very credible witness,” he seemed oddly close to sharing Hillary Clinton’s assumptions about guilt and innocence, namely that:

    1. a person accused of a sexual offence against a female must be considered guilty until proven innocent, because a victim “should be believed”;

    2. therefore the onus is on the accused to “prove” his innocence.

    It is obvious enough that these assumptions reverse the principle normally regarded as fundamental to American (and English) law: the presumption that the accused is innocent until proven guilty.

    What is less often remarked upon is that the “presumption of guilt” which is commonly applied in the court of public opinion carries with it another presumption: that when someone is accused of a sexual offence, the offence must have taken place, therefore the accuser must be a “victim”. This goes with the current habit of identity politics, which is obsessed with ascribing victimhood status to any category of persons identified as being “discriminated against”, if not actually persecuted.

    If we hold to the traditional presumption of innocence, it should follow that someone in the position of Dr Blasey Ford cannot be the victim if the offence she alleges has not yet been proven to have taken place. Therefore neither Judge Kavanaugh nor anyone else can be deemed guilty. (Is this why President Trump described her as a credible “witness” rather than victim?). Until the case is tried they are accuser and accused.

    I don’t underestimate the well known difficulties faced by alleged victims of sexual crimes which are notoriously hard to prove. But the clear posssibility that this crime, alleged by Dr Blasey Ford and cynically exploited by some Democrat politicians, could be merely a political hit job has further degraded US law, justice and politics in the eyes of the world.

    Hillary Clinton bears some of the responsibility for this corruption of the language of law and politics through her Orwellian doublespeak. To “believe” an alleged victim, before it is proven that there has been a crime of which she can be shown to be a victim, is an injustice to the accused, especially if the accusation is uncorroborated. A trained lawyer does not need to have that explained to her; but a lawyer who is a partisan politician might need to be reminded when she is in danger of straying from the straight to the crooked path.

    As for the basket of deplorables, that too is subject to the presumption of guilt. People described as “racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamophobic, bigoted”, etc. are regarded as guilty without proof , as there are no means by which they can clear themselves of the charge after being so labelled. There is no point in appealing to dictionary definitions of such terms as they are not usually intended to be neutral, factually precise descriptions. Rather they are labels, imposed for the purposes of 1. discrediting without argument a person whose opinions are held to be “prejudiced”, “unacceptable”, “deplorable”, etc. and 2. allowing the person imposing the label to virtue-signal and feel good about themselves.

    As others have noticed, the fake trial of Ford vs Kavanaugh has taken us a dangerous step closer to those tyrannical forms of “justice” (past and present) in which accusations and labels are held to be, in themselves, sufficient proofs of guilt.

    N.B. I don’t know whether Christine Blasey Ford is a genuine victim of the crime that (so far) only she appears to have witnessed. If you look up the YouTube video, Body Language Expert Analyses Blasey Ford’s Behaviour During Senate Hearing [Watch], you might conclude that there is a prima facie case of false accusation which merits investigation. Without that, her own reputation, as well as Judge Kavanaugh’s, will suffer in the court of public opinion.

  69. Realist says:
    @bj

    Is the groundwork being laid for military tribunals, since we are officially in a state of war?

    Quite possibly.

  70. @Diversity Heretic

    Thanks. I’m just working through my thoughts here.

    Regarding the ironically-titled Greatest Generation, it’s true, they were the group that got the ball rolling. But the Boomers had the chance to stop it. Instead, they wallowed in their own sense of moral superiority at the price of condemning their grandchildren to being minorities in the lands their ancestors conquered, almost guaranteeing some level of violence against them.

    The Boomers are perpetual children.

  71. anon[107] • Disclaimer says:
    @Chris in Appalachia

    Why won’t you Boomers take your worn out ideas and delusions and ride off into the sunset?

    — because you youngsters have not yet demonstrated the wisdom to do anything other than demand safe spaces, hot spots, and taxpayer-funded medical care to treat your noses, infected from piercings and skin infected from ink.
    Christine Ford is NOT a Boomer.
    The banshees screeching in the Senate gallery were not Boomers.

    Your capacity to see the world in anything more complicated than a tweet is lacking; for example, the Boomer era encompassed three broad categories, Catholics, Protestants, Jews. These three groups contended for control over means of communication, the second-most important capacity of a nation. In the mid-1960s, Jews won that fight.

    In the immediate aftermath of WWII, Protestants, like their British Anglo forebears, were a spent and insipid force, but Catholicism reached a peak, while Jews in USA built on numerous organizations whose foundations had been laid by zionist Jews like Brandeis, Warburg, Frankfurter, etc.

    Vatican II in the mid-sixties emasculated — perhaps circumcised is a better term — Roman Catholicism: Jews exercised tremendous influence over Vat II, and brought not only the Vatican but Catholics in the pews into a state of thrall to Jewry. Rank and file Catholics think they are expressing “Christian caritas” for their Jewish brethren, but remain blissfully unaware and even resistant to the knowledge that Jeff Gates explores — within Jewry (and others) operates a “transgenerational criminal gang” intent on destruction of Christian and European culture and dominance in a world-wide scope.

    PS Jeff Gates is a Boomer
    Ernst Zunder is a Boomer
    German Rudolf is a (young, German) Boomer
    Mark Weber is a Boomer
    David Irving is a Boomer
    Pat Buchanan is a Boomer
    Ron Unz is a (young) Boomer

    Name the GenXers and Millennials who have the courage to step onto the platform they created and occupied in opposition to the zionist “criminal gang” power configuration?

    • Replies: @Sir Launcelot Canning
  72. Corvinus says:
    @SolontoCroesus

    “What association of Italians or Irishmen can exert that kind of power?”



    Either you are being woefully ignorant or deliberately obtuse. At the time when these two groups made their presence felt in our nation, nativists were beside themselves. The Irish Catholics, with their perverse religion and clannish behaviors, along with the Italian degenerates with their booze, gambling, and whoring enterprises, were an overt threat to Angl0-Saxon sensibilities. The goal of these two groups, from the nativist perspective, was indeed to “set out to subvert the U.S., or take over, or exploit power.” They assuredly infiltrated our culture, finances, and mores in a most obscene manner. That was the historical pattern from 1865 to the 1930’s. Some still argue that the Irish remain a thorn in the collective American psyche.

    “that organized Jewish interests have exerted in US military and financial affairs, as well as media/communications/information control since at least 1913?”

Not the type of mind control on the general American public that you and others on this fine site repeatedly tout. Normies, aka the “mushy middle”, with their high IQ’s and high time preferences, make their own decisions regarding race and culture, and have not been perpetually and repeatedly “duped” or “bamboozled” by Jewish machinations.

    • Replies: @SolontoCroesus
  73. Re the Kavanaugh confirmation. On Saturday, October 6, 2018, the crucifiction of Robert Bork was avenged.

  74. @Corvinus

    Normies, aka the “mushy middle”, with their high IQ’s and high time preferences, make their own decisions regarding race and culture, and have not been perpetually and repeatedly “duped” or “bamboozled” by Jewish machinations.

    We get it.
    Anglos like your exalted self did not like Dagos — like me, or Irishmen.

    But you still have not addressed the disparity in USA financial, military, and political contributions to and cover for that very smallest of minorities, compared to actual, blood, treasure and political support for Italy and Ireland.
    You can’t because it ain’t there: USA has not supported Italy or Ireland with a fraction of a % of its support and “affirmative action” protection for Israel & Jews — State Dept has an office to monitor antisemitism, not anti-Italian bigots like you.

    Wanna try again to address some real-world impacts that “normies” experience every time they receive a paycheck and notice that income taxes are deducted — an innovation imposed by Henry Morgenthau, Jr. to finance WWII, a debacle from which zionist Jews benefited uniquely and enormously.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  75. @anon

    Um how is Pat Buchanan being born in 1938 a boomer? He is Silent Generation, and in previous articles he said that, after being handed the strongest nation in history the boomers squandered it.

  76. Anon[364] • Disclaimer says:

    “Dating advice from your party leader: “Grab ‘em by the pussy”.

    Rule #1: SJWs always lie. Bragging about shagging gold diggers = admission of literal rape. Remember back when these scum and their party leader screwed a 22 year old intern in the Oval Office, lied about it, and spent months claiming she was a slut and a whore to get out of it?

  77. Anon[364] • Disclaimer says:

    ““Your generation turned the United States into the Balkans.”

    Corvinus: “That would be Fake News.”

    …except that it’s not. “Fake News” doesn’t not mean “what I don’t want to hear.” Do I really need to link to a demographic map of the country by decade? The truth in the original statement is self-evident.

  78. Anon[258] • Disclaimer says:

    “What are you, five-years-old? I can just hear you now, with your nasally, feminine voice..”

    Who knew that a troll like Corvinius could deflect from answering questions with personal attacks?

  79. @Anon

    Corny deflects and obfuscates. It’s what he does. It’s his job. Debating Corny is pointless. You might as well have debated Johnnie Cochran about O.J. during the trial. You’re not going to get a straight answer.

    Let’s make this simple: Corny is a Jew who dislikes and distrusts Christian whites as a group and would like to see that group (my group) reduced as a threat to his people. The best way to do that is through mass immigration and killing any nascent feelings of racial pride among whites.

    That’s fine. He’s fighting for his people. I just wish he’d be a man and admit instead of hiding behind kumbaya platitudes. Then again, his strategy has worked for Jews for the past 60 years so why fix what ain’t broken. In my world, he’s a lying, weak weasel. But my world isn’t his world so my feelings don’t bother him. Among his people, he’s perfectly normal.

    You don’t debate Corny. You’re just a tool for him. Remember that.

    It’s time to start building our own community so we don’t have deal with the Cornys of the world. Create a separate world. Start small. Join business associations, community associations, etc. and find others that think like you. Then, when the time is right, create a sub-group that focuses on implicitly white issues. Later, create a European-American branch of the organization.

    It’s all going to take awhile, but every year, whites grow more aware that they are just another group among many and if they don’t look out for themselves, no one will.

  80. Corvinus says:
    @SolontoCroesus

    “We get it. Anglos like your exalted self did not like Dagos — like me, or Irishmen.”

    Actually, I’m not “Anglo”. I am an American of German, Polish, and Dutch descent. Furthermore, I have no problem with Italians and the Irish. Rather, it was nativists who believed that your kind would radically alter “their” America. Remember, we didn’t built that.

    “But you still have not addressed the disparity in USA financial, military, and political contributions to and cover for that very smallest of minorities, compared to actual, blood, treasure and political support for Italy and Ireland.”

    What I properly addressed was the fact that certain groups of people, the Irish and the Italians, were influential in transforming our nation, much to the chagrin of “Anglos”.

    “Wanna try again to address some real-world impacts that “normies” experience every time they receive a paycheck and notice that income taxes are deducted — an innovation imposed by Henry Morgenthau, Jr. to finance WWII, a debacle from which zionist Jews benefited uniquely and enormously.”

    Federal taxes used to ensure the funding of Progressive era reforms like in the meat industry and in the field of pharmaceuticals. Moreover, that money was used to pay for officials who would investigate corporate abuses.

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Are elite university admissions based on meritocracy and diversity as claimed?
The sources of America’s immigration problems—and a possible solution
The evidence is clear — but often ignored
What Was John McCain's True Wartime Record in Vietnam?
Hundreds of POWs may have been left to die in Vietnam, abandoned by their government—and our media.