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Was president Trump’s assertion that Bernie Sanders’ time had passed in 2016 on the money? By riffing off the MLK legacy as conventionally understood, Sanders is revealing himself to be woefully out of sync with the POC ascendancy:

“We have got to look at candidates, you know, not by the color of their skin, not by their sexual orientation or their gender and not by their age. I mean, I think we have got to try to move us toward a nondiscriminatory society, which looks at people based on their abilities, based on what they stand for.”

Sanders is not merely incorrect, he is morally wrong. Some might say his divisive rhetoric borders on hate speech:

Will a sizable number of “Bernie Bros” defect again in 2020? While Trump appears to have turned some formerly toss-up/lean-D states like Iowa reliably red, his poll numbers in the upper Midwestern states where he flipped a lot of counties in 2016 that Obama won in 2008 and 2012 are currently trending against Trump.

But the Democrat candidates these ‘swing’ voters are most favorably inclined towards–Sanders and Joe Biden–are defenseless against the charge of being straight white men in The Current Year. If they talk about the systematic oppression of POCs and women, they cede the moral high ground to the POCs and women they are running against. If they do what Sanders did here, well, they get the treatment that Sanders got here. Heads I win, tails you lose.

The primaries are going to be very interesting.

 
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  1. That Brahmin is yet another example of “exorbitant privilege” of left-politics.

    The only group under attack in this country for ‘who they are’ is white conservatives.

    We don’t control any major university in this country outside of BYU (whose faculty probably voted for Egg McMuffin).

    Not a single F500 CEO endorsed Trump.

    Our share of the population has dropped from 90% to 60% and falling in the blink of an eye. That’s ethnic cleansing.

    If we merely get angry we are threatened with loss of livelihood, and some high school students were hit with death threats from Hollywood producers.

    Mme. Tanden, I’m fairly sure you don’t think well of British colonialism of your homeland.

    Look in the mirror, for what you are doing is ten times worse.

  2. Trump is right. Bernie’s big chance was 2016 and he blew it. I’m a bit surprised he’s giving it another go. He looked old and feeble last time when he was chased off a stage by BLM hyenas. He’s now 4 years older, what will the optics be this time? Also, his base — college students and recent grads who think he’ll zero out their crushing debt — won’t trust him because of the way he betrayed them in Philly.

    • Replies: @dvorak
    @Bragadocious


    Trump is right. Bernie’s big chance was 2016 and he blew it. I’m a bit surprised he’s giving it another go. He looked old and feeble last time when he was chased off a stage by BLM hyenas. He’s now 4 years older, what will the optics be this time? Also, his base — college students and recent grads who think he’ll zero out their crushing debt — won’t trust him because of the way he betrayed them in Philly.
     
    Taking your views in order, nope, not really, Biden's running for the 4th/5th time, learned his lesson, old isn't dead, nope.

    Considering that his views colonized the Democratic Party, Bernie looks visionary, seasoned and effortlessly in the middle of the ideological pack. Tulsi is his VP unless something goes very right for Warren or Kamala. Tulsi endorsed Bernie in 2016 when he was nowhere and nobody. You don't forget things like that.

    Replies: @Bragadocious, @follyofwar

    , @14WordsToFreedom
    @Bragadocious

    He betrayed a different group of coeds and recent grads in 2016. He has a whole new crop of them to betray next year.

    , @Lars Porsena
    @Bragadocious

    Those hyenas were kind of a defining moment for me. The guy can't even control his own campaign announcement press conferences. How is he going to control anybody in office?

    I am picturing Bernie standing in front of congress for the SOTU and some fat activist chick runs up and slaps him and takes the microphone and he just stands there next to Nancy Pelosi while the activist delivers the SOTU.

    Voting for him is like signing blank checks. You have no idea who you're voting to rule over you because you don't know who's gonna kick his ass an usurp all his authority while he stands there like a pud apologizing.

    "My fellow Americans, as I come before you today..."
    *whack*
    "I'ma let you finish, but...."

    , @Charles Pewitt
    @Bragadocious


    Also, his base — college students and recent grads who think he’ll zero out their crushing debt — won’t trust him because of the way he betrayed them in Philly.

     

    Bernie Sanders had a lot of support from across the generational spectrum, not just college kids loaded up with student loan debt by the evil baby boomer banker whores known as politicians. Bernie Sanders got a lot of upper middle class Whites and government worker Whites and Whites turned off by the corruption in the Clinton Organized Crime Syndicate.

    Hillary Clinton beat Bernie Sanders with Black lady voters and White college-educated women and White Democrats who always go with the Democrat Party ruling class candidate, which was Hillary.

    Hillary Clinton didn't get bothered by the bashing she took from Bernie Sanders in New Hampshire because Hillary knew she had Black lady voters waiting with handbags to bash the Hell out of Bernie. This is called the AUNT JEMIMA STRATEGY by political experts.

    Donald Trump designed his campaign to get the votes of German Americans in the Great Lakes states. This is called the GERMAN STRATEGY by people in the know.

    Tweet from 2015:

    https://twitter.com/CharlesPewitt/status/641271875188989953
  3. @Bragadocious
    Trump is right. Bernie's big chance was 2016 and he blew it. I'm a bit surprised he's giving it another go. He looked old and feeble last time when he was chased off a stage by BLM hyenas. He's now 4 years older, what will the optics be this time? Also, his base -- college students and recent grads who think he'll zero out their crushing debt -- won't trust him because of the way he betrayed them in Philly.

    Replies: @dvorak, @14WordsToFreedom, @Lars Porsena, @Charles Pewitt

    Trump is right. Bernie’s big chance was 2016 and he blew it. I’m a bit surprised he’s giving it another go. He looked old and feeble last time when he was chased off a stage by BLM hyenas. He’s now 4 years older, what will the optics be this time? Also, his base — college students and recent grads who think he’ll zero out their crushing debt — won’t trust him because of the way he betrayed them in Philly.

    Taking your views in order, nope, not really, Biden’s running for the 4th/5th time, learned his lesson, old isn’t dead, nope.

    Considering that his views colonized the Democratic Party, Bernie looks visionary, seasoned and effortlessly in the middle of the ideological pack. Tulsi is his VP unless something goes very right for Warren or Kamala. Tulsi endorsed Bernie in 2016 when he was nowhere and nobody. You don’t forget things like that.

    • Replies: @Bragadocious
    @dvorak

    What makes you think Tulsi would accept a VP consolation prize from Bernie? If he comes across as weak and feeble, which he will, the first people to stomp on his carcass will be his primary opponents. Maybe Bernie will be her VP and she can explain the tenets of non-interventionism in Venezuela to him.

    Replies: @RadicalCenter

    , @follyofwar
    @dvorak

    In the extremely unlikely even that old Bern get the nomination, then picks Gabbard as his VP, I'd definitely vote for him over Trump. Only because that, at age 79, there's less than a 50% chance he'll survive his first term (lol).

    Forget about Kamala. Black people hate her for marrying a white guy, and her father's denunciation of her might stick.

  4. The solution for the Democrats would be a charismatic youngish alpha male White guy(or Whitish Hispanic). Someone like Bill Clinton. But they don’t seem to have anyone like that. Trump is going to win the next election.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @EldnahYm

    I know many liberals that count on Beto O'Rourke.

    Replies: @KR

  5. A large number of White Trashionalists have long supported Bernie Sanders (Heartiste pointed this out in 2015-16) due to his left-wing economic views.

    Bernie is, after all, a Nationalist-Socialist, and therefore closer to the Third Reich than any other US Presidential candidate.

    • Replies: @neutral
    @Thomm

    I have zero doubts that Harris is your pick - she is Indian, 100% anti white and the deep state loves her lack of independent thought.

    Replies: @Thomm

  6. @Bragadocious
    Trump is right. Bernie's big chance was 2016 and he blew it. I'm a bit surprised he's giving it another go. He looked old and feeble last time when he was chased off a stage by BLM hyenas. He's now 4 years older, what will the optics be this time? Also, his base -- college students and recent grads who think he'll zero out their crushing debt -- won't trust him because of the way he betrayed them in Philly.

    Replies: @dvorak, @14WordsToFreedom, @Lars Porsena, @Charles Pewitt

    He betrayed a different group of coeds and recent grads in 2016. He has a whole new crop of them to betray next year.

  7. @Thomm
    A large number of White Trashionalists have long supported Bernie Sanders (Heartiste pointed this out in 2015-16) due to his left-wing economic views.

    Bernie is, after all, a Nationalist-Socialist, and therefore closer to the Third Reich than any other US Presidential candidate.

    Replies: @neutral

    I have zero doubts that Harris is your pick – she is Indian, 100% anti white and the deep state loves her lack of independent thought.

    • Replies: @Thomm
    @neutral

    That because you are a stupid, 70-IQ wigger.

    I am pro-Trump, and ideally would like there to be a strong Libertarian selection of candidates.

    You couldn't be more wrong (but then again, as a WN wigger, you are just genetic wastematter so it is your duty to be 180-degrees away from facts).

    Harris, ideologically, has much more in common with you than with me, since race trashionalism is a left-wing ideology. You just want to mooch off of successful whites, which are technically not the same race as you (we are a functional race, whereas you are a wastematter subrace where the waste collects).

    Replies: @Audacious Epigone, @SunBakedSuburb

  8. Bernie Sanders is still alive? Must be doing that transfusion of the blood of young virgins thingy.

  9. ““We have got to look at candidates, you know, not by the color of their skin, not by their sexual orientation or their gender and not by their age. I mean, I think we have got to try to move us toward a nondiscriminatory society, which looks at people based on their abilities, based on what they stand for.” ”

    Bernie seems to realize that the chances of a SWM securing the Democratic nomination for president are getting very slim. That plea is the last gulp of air before the head sinks below the surface of the quicksand.

  10. Taking MLK’s sentiments to heart is racist.

    https://www.nbcnews.com/think/opinion/martin-luther-king-jr-s-true-radical-legacy-being-whitewashed-ncna960756

    But too often the power of that legacy is used by white voices to minimize the systemic violence of racism, sow complacency and resentment at majoritarian sacrifice and to characterize the work of his life as complete rather than abandoned. Rather than shine a light on the ways our society has fallen short of its incredible promise, past and present, the brilliance of Dr. King’s aspirations are used to make invisible the perpetrators of common violence, the silent disapproval of white moderates and the disparities in income, housing, justice and mortality that have become no less acute with time.

  11. A lot of Democrats are running against Bernie. So the Dems as well as the GOP need to find holes in his armor. Speaking out against Identity Politics, although taboo to progressives, is actually commonsense and greatly appreciated by the average Trump voter. A lot of people who voted for Trump can possibly be convinced to vote for Bernie. Clinton was loathed by the average Trump voter. But Bernie was seen as another Clinton victim. The enemy of your enemy can be your friend. Bernie is not stupid, so expect Bernie to speak up for ending the wars, bringing the jobs back home and reforming immigration. This is what got Trump elected.

  12. @EldnahYm
    The solution for the Democrats would be a charismatic youngish alpha male White guy(or Whitish Hispanic). Someone like Bill Clinton. But they don't seem to have anyone like that. Trump is going to win the next election.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    I know many liberals that count on Beto O’Rourke.

    • Replies: @KR
    @Anonymous

    O'Rourke is distinctly beta, not alpha. The guy is subsidized by his wife's fortune as he never quite figured out how to make his own. He's not attractive, only thin, and inarticulate on stage or before a camera.

    He's already had his seconds in the limelight. Toast.

    Replies: @Tyrion 2

  13. With the situation in the Republican Party, all the Democrats have to do to win the White House is not be loonies.

    I doubt they can manage it.

    • LOL: Tyrion 2
  14. @Bragadocious
    Trump is right. Bernie's big chance was 2016 and he blew it. I'm a bit surprised he's giving it another go. He looked old and feeble last time when he was chased off a stage by BLM hyenas. He's now 4 years older, what will the optics be this time? Also, his base -- college students and recent grads who think he'll zero out their crushing debt -- won't trust him because of the way he betrayed them in Philly.

    Replies: @dvorak, @14WordsToFreedom, @Lars Porsena, @Charles Pewitt

    Those hyenas were kind of a defining moment for me. The guy can’t even control his own campaign announcement press conferences. How is he going to control anybody in office?

    I am picturing Bernie standing in front of congress for the SOTU and some fat activist chick runs up and slaps him and takes the microphone and he just stands there next to Nancy Pelosi while the activist delivers the SOTU.

    Voting for him is like signing blank checks. You have no idea who you’re voting to rule over you because you don’t know who’s gonna kick his ass an usurp all his authority while he stands there like a pud apologizing.

    “My fellow Americans, as I come before you today…”
    *whack*
    “I’ma let you finish, but….”

  15. @dvorak
    @Bragadocious


    Trump is right. Bernie’s big chance was 2016 and he blew it. I’m a bit surprised he’s giving it another go. He looked old and feeble last time when he was chased off a stage by BLM hyenas. He’s now 4 years older, what will the optics be this time? Also, his base — college students and recent grads who think he’ll zero out their crushing debt — won’t trust him because of the way he betrayed them in Philly.
     
    Taking your views in order, nope, not really, Biden's running for the 4th/5th time, learned his lesson, old isn't dead, nope.

    Considering that his views colonized the Democratic Party, Bernie looks visionary, seasoned and effortlessly in the middle of the ideological pack. Tulsi is his VP unless something goes very right for Warren or Kamala. Tulsi endorsed Bernie in 2016 when he was nowhere and nobody. You don't forget things like that.

    Replies: @Bragadocious, @follyofwar

    What makes you think Tulsi would accept a VP consolation prize from Bernie? If he comes across as weak and feeble, which he will, the first people to stomp on his carcass will be his primary opponents. Maybe Bernie will be her VP and she can explain the tenets of non-interventionism in Venezuela to him.

    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
    @Bragadocious

    Um, because he’ll be 79-83 and thus at some real risk of dying during his term, making her president?

    Replies: @follyofwar, @KR

  16. @Bragadocious
    @dvorak

    What makes you think Tulsi would accept a VP consolation prize from Bernie? If he comes across as weak and feeble, which he will, the first people to stomp on his carcass will be his primary opponents. Maybe Bernie will be her VP and she can explain the tenets of non-interventionism in Venezuela to him.

    Replies: @RadicalCenter

    Um, because he’ll be 79-83 and thus at some real risk of dying during his term, making her president?

    • Agree: dvorak
    • Replies: @follyofwar
    @RadicalCenter

    If Tulsi gets the nomination and picks Bernie for VP (seriously, an 80 year-old VP?), then she'd better have another person already picked to replace him when he dies or has a disabling stroke.

    , @KR
    @RadicalCenter

    Tulsi's only hope is to switch parties and run as a moderate Republican with a cuck like Mitt Romney.
    In the Democrat party, Tulsi has no chance.

  17. We live in the age where Green Book wins the Best Picture Oscar for a story where a white man overcomes his racism and gains a small sense of redemption in his friendship with his black employer, but this storyline actually turns out to be “problematic” to the “woke” crowd who think that no such redemption is possible and that the white character should have been crushed and humiliated instead.

    This is indicative of the broader fact that a small fraction of the Democratic coalition will vote for whomever they think will do lots of damage to the country as it will bring low as many white people as possible.

    Indeed this seems to be a fair description of the politics of about half of people who would describe themselves as “woke”. I don’t imagine that they’re more than 5% of the population but they are very loud. So that’s ok for Bernie as he can find other primary votes, also, I imagine, the more Republicans say that Bernie will wreck the US economy the more this deeply racist and resentful contingent will be happy to vote for him.

    If Bernie does though get jettisoned for not being willing to engage in anti-white hatred then that will be a big development.

    • Replies: @ogunsiron
    @Tyrion 2


    This is indicative of the broader fact that a small fraction of the Democratic coalition will vote for whomever they think will do lots of damage to the country as it will bring low as many white people as possible
     
    Is is that small a fraction of the dem base? It's been recently shown (by our host, I think) that black americans were among the most enthusiastic supporters of mass immigration. Does it help them? Not really. Mass migration of indians, arabs and mestizos will hurt blacks certainly. Mass african migration will result in the importation of an elite, bc it will be the african elites who will come and even if those elites are avg IQ105 (nothing special) that's smarter than american blacks. American blacks are already getting squeezed out of affirmative action slots by black immigrants. So mass migration won't help blacks in any way but it will hurt and annoy Whites and that's what matters.
  18. @Bragadocious
    Trump is right. Bernie's big chance was 2016 and he blew it. I'm a bit surprised he's giving it another go. He looked old and feeble last time when he was chased off a stage by BLM hyenas. He's now 4 years older, what will the optics be this time? Also, his base -- college students and recent grads who think he'll zero out their crushing debt -- won't trust him because of the way he betrayed them in Philly.

    Replies: @dvorak, @14WordsToFreedom, @Lars Porsena, @Charles Pewitt

    Also, his base — college students and recent grads who think he’ll zero out their crushing debt — won’t trust him because of the way he betrayed them in Philly.

    Bernie Sanders had a lot of support from across the generational spectrum, not just college kids loaded up with student loan debt by the evil baby boomer banker whores known as politicians. Bernie Sanders got a lot of upper middle class Whites and government worker Whites and Whites turned off by the corruption in the Clinton Organized Crime Syndicate.

    Hillary Clinton beat Bernie Sanders with Black lady voters and White college-educated women and White Democrats who always go with the Democrat Party ruling class candidate, which was Hillary.

    Hillary Clinton didn’t get bothered by the bashing she took from Bernie Sanders in New Hampshire because Hillary knew she had Black lady voters waiting with handbags to bash the Hell out of Bernie. This is called the AUNT JEMIMA STRATEGY by political experts.

    Donald Trump designed his campaign to get the votes of German Americans in the Great Lakes states. This is called the GERMAN STRATEGY by people in the know.

    Tweet from 2015:

  19. his poll numbers in the upper Midwestern states where he flipped a lot of counties in 2016 that Obama won in 2008 and 2012 are currently trending against Trump.

    One might say that Trump is trending against them.

    What was his slogan again? ‘Build that Embassy in Jerusalem‘?

    • LOL: Digital Samizdat
  20. @dvorak
    @Bragadocious


    Trump is right. Bernie’s big chance was 2016 and he blew it. I’m a bit surprised he’s giving it another go. He looked old and feeble last time when he was chased off a stage by BLM hyenas. He’s now 4 years older, what will the optics be this time? Also, his base — college students and recent grads who think he’ll zero out their crushing debt — won’t trust him because of the way he betrayed them in Philly.
     
    Taking your views in order, nope, not really, Biden's running for the 4th/5th time, learned his lesson, old isn't dead, nope.

    Considering that his views colonized the Democratic Party, Bernie looks visionary, seasoned and effortlessly in the middle of the ideological pack. Tulsi is his VP unless something goes very right for Warren or Kamala. Tulsi endorsed Bernie in 2016 when he was nowhere and nobody. You don't forget things like that.

    Replies: @Bragadocious, @follyofwar

    In the extremely unlikely even that old Bern get the nomination, then picks Gabbard as his VP, I’d definitely vote for him over Trump. Only because that, at age 79, there’s less than a 50% chance he’ll survive his first term (lol).

    Forget about Kamala. Black people hate her for marrying a white guy, and her father’s denunciation of her might stick.

  21. @RadicalCenter
    @Bragadocious

    Um, because he’ll be 79-83 and thus at some real risk of dying during his term, making her president?

    Replies: @follyofwar, @KR

    If Tulsi gets the nomination and picks Bernie for VP (seriously, an 80 year-old VP?), then she’d better have another person already picked to replace him when he dies or has a disabling stroke.

    • Agree: RadicalCenter
  22. @neutral
    @Thomm

    I have zero doubts that Harris is your pick - she is Indian, 100% anti white and the deep state loves her lack of independent thought.

    Replies: @Thomm

    That because you are a stupid, 70-IQ wigger.

    I am pro-Trump, and ideally would like there to be a strong Libertarian selection of candidates.

    You couldn’t be more wrong (but then again, as a WN wigger, you are just genetic wastematter so it is your duty to be 180-degrees away from facts).

    Harris, ideologically, has much more in common with you than with me, since race trashionalism is a left-wing ideology. You just want to mooch off of successful whites, which are technically not the same race as you (we are a functional race, whereas you are a wastematter subrace where the waste collects).

    • Replies: @Audacious Epigone
    @Thomm

    Schoolmarm disapproves of:

    "genetic wastematter... subrace"

    It is dehumanizing. "White nationalist proles" or something comparable, please. Thanks in advance!

    Replies: @Thomm, @Mr McKenna

    , @SunBakedSuburb
    @Thomm

    Even with your mastery of the market, you still can't find a woman who will love you. Sad.

  23. it won’t matter who the demoncrats run.

    by 2020, White boomer die-off + continued shitskin insourcing

    will have flipped Florida perm demo. And

    the demoncrats won’t make the same mistake they made in 2016 Pennsylvania: normally in PA the dems hold the Black precinct results in Philly until after the White counties come in, then gin up sufficient votes to carry the state. Overconfident in 2016, they reported Philly early, then got burned by YT. That won’t happen again. Finally,

    having Jew’d his White voters on every issue he campaigned on, it’s most unlikely Trump will carry Michigan/Wisconsin a second time. Ditto AZ, and maybe even lose Tejas.

    the dems could run a goldfish,

    and still win.

    • Replies: @Audacious Epigone
    @Haxo Angmark

    Schoolmarm disapproves of:

    "shitskin"

    Thanks in advance!

  24. @Thomm
    @neutral

    That because you are a stupid, 70-IQ wigger.

    I am pro-Trump, and ideally would like there to be a strong Libertarian selection of candidates.

    You couldn't be more wrong (but then again, as a WN wigger, you are just genetic wastematter so it is your duty to be 180-degrees away from facts).

    Harris, ideologically, has much more in common with you than with me, since race trashionalism is a left-wing ideology. You just want to mooch off of successful whites, which are technically not the same race as you (we are a functional race, whereas you are a wastematter subrace where the waste collects).

    Replies: @Audacious Epigone, @SunBakedSuburb

    Schoolmarm disapproves of:

    “genetic wastematter… subrace”

    It is dehumanizing. “White nationalist proles” or something comparable, please. Thanks in advance!

    • Replies: @Thomm
    @Audacious Epigone


    Thanks in advance!
     
    Perhaps 'wastematter' is hyperbole. But it is definitely evident from HBD principles/visible physiognomy that they are a very suboptimal subrace of the white population. The men of this race become internet WNs, and the women of this race become the fat bluehaired feminists.

    There is far higher variance in whites than in any other race, and the distribution appears to be bimodal, with a functional 80%, a ne'er do well 20% , and a large gap in between the two bell curves.

    Replies: @SunBakedSuburb, @jbwilson24

    , @Mr McKenna
    @Audacious Epigone

    And you're not bothered by "stupid, 70-IQ wigger" ??

    You'll have your hands full with this one, inter alia..

    Best of luck, and I mean this quite sincerely.

    Replies: @Thomm

  25. @Haxo Angmark
    it won't matter who the demoncrats run.

    by 2020, White boomer die-off + continued shitskin insourcing

    will have flipped Florida perm demo. And

    the demoncrats won't make the same mistake they made in 2016 Pennsylvania: normally in PA the dems hold the Black precinct results in Philly until after the White counties come in, then gin up sufficient votes to carry the state. Overconfident in 2016, they reported Philly early, then got burned by YT. That won't happen again. Finally,

    having Jew'd his White voters on every issue he campaigned on, it's most unlikely Trump will carry Michigan/Wisconsin a second time. Ditto AZ, and maybe even lose Tejas.

    the dems could run a goldfish,

    and still win.

    Replies: @Audacious Epigone

    Schoolmarm disapproves of:

    “shitskin”

    Thanks in advance!

  26. @Audacious Epigone
    @Thomm

    Schoolmarm disapproves of:

    "genetic wastematter... subrace"

    It is dehumanizing. "White nationalist proles" or something comparable, please. Thanks in advance!

    Replies: @Thomm, @Mr McKenna

    Thanks in advance!

    Perhaps ‘wastematter’ is hyperbole. But it is definitely evident from HBD principles/visible physiognomy that they are a very suboptimal subrace of the white population. The men of this race become internet WNs, and the women of this race become the fat bluehaired feminists.

    There is far higher variance in whites than in any other race, and the distribution appears to be bimodal, with a functional 80%, a ne’er do well 20% , and a large gap in between the two bell curves.

    • Replies: @SunBakedSuburb
    @Thomm

    Yeah, John Galt here can't get a date. Sad.

    Replies: @Pericles

    , @jbwilson24
    @Thomm

    Still better off than IQ 76 street poopers in your home craphole of India.

    Why do you even bother commenting here? Your IQ appears to be two standard deviations below those of the authors. From a quick survey you rank maybe 3rd percentile in terms of commenters.

    Replies: @Thomm

  27. @Thomm
    @neutral

    That because you are a stupid, 70-IQ wigger.

    I am pro-Trump, and ideally would like there to be a strong Libertarian selection of candidates.

    You couldn't be more wrong (but then again, as a WN wigger, you are just genetic wastematter so it is your duty to be 180-degrees away from facts).

    Harris, ideologically, has much more in common with you than with me, since race trashionalism is a left-wing ideology. You just want to mooch off of successful whites, which are technically not the same race as you (we are a functional race, whereas you are a wastematter subrace where the waste collects).

    Replies: @Audacious Epigone, @SunBakedSuburb

    Even with your mastery of the market, you still can’t find a woman who will love you. Sad.

  28. @Thomm
    @Audacious Epigone


    Thanks in advance!
     
    Perhaps 'wastematter' is hyperbole. But it is definitely evident from HBD principles/visible physiognomy that they are a very suboptimal subrace of the white population. The men of this race become internet WNs, and the women of this race become the fat bluehaired feminists.

    There is far higher variance in whites than in any other race, and the distribution appears to be bimodal, with a functional 80%, a ne'er do well 20% , and a large gap in between the two bell curves.

    Replies: @SunBakedSuburb, @jbwilson24

    Yeah, John Galt here can’t get a date. Sad.

    • Replies: @Pericles
    @SunBakedSuburb

    Dravidian John Galt, mystery solved.

  29. Wut?

    I do quite well, thank you very much.

    You, on the other hand…… Remember that WN can’t attract white women to the cause, despite being an ideology fully dependent on female participation. It is synonymous with incels and homosexuality.

    Projection is how you avoid the pain of your reality.

    Sux to be you.

  30. The good news for Bernie is that he’s got good enthusiasm from donors. The bad news is that he can’t seem to find his balls – not just on the race stuff, but on the “Bernie bro” nonsense, as Michael Tracey has noted.

    Bernie would be a strong candidate if he stuck to his guns and flipped back to his original, logical position on immigration. He could hammer all of the other Dem candidates on that, pointing out that none of their grand programs are feasible if anyone can walk into America and lay claim to them.

    Instead of rolling over for the POC left, Bernie ought to deal with them the way Feinstein dealt with those kids last week.

    • Replies: @iffen
    @Dave Pinsen

    It will be interesting to see if Sanders will stand by this:


    “Open borders? No, that’s a Koch brothers proposal,” Sanders said. “That’s a right-wing proposal, which says essentially there is no United States.”

    “It would make everybody in America poorer — you’re doing away with the concept of a nation state, and I don’t think there’s any country in the world that believes in that,” Sanders said. “If you believe in a nation state or in a country called the United States or (the United Kingdom) or Denmark or any other country, you have an obligation in my view to do everything we can to help poor people.”
     
    I predict that he will not.

    Replies: @Audacious Epigone

    , @Audacious Epigone
    @Dave Pinsen

    The default Democrat position now seems to be no restrictions on immigration at all. When pressed some will say they don't support open borders but won't articulate how their positions differ from open borders. There is electoral space for someone on the left to call for a "humane approach to immigration that puts the concerns of American workers first". If Sanders did this and managed to win the Democrat nomination on it (easier said than done, obviously) I think he'd win the election by 5+ points.

  31. anonymous[616] • Disclaimer says:

    Things are headed for straight-up racial politics with little pretense of anything more than ‘gimme mine’ going on. Sanders increasingly looks to be a quaint figure by now. Lebanon of the 70’s seems to be the future. Stupid, short-sighted white lefties like Sanders have created a Frankenstein that’ll end up devouring them. The Dems will go off the cliff with their drift towards extremism, lose in 2020, and be forced to split along racial lines. The pretense of ideology will shrink to that resembling a bank robber, taking the money because he’s got the gun. The lefties thought they could exploit racial minorities to be their foot soldiers but the underlings started to get grander ideas.

    • Replies: @SunBakedSuburb
    @anonymous

    "Things are headed for straight-up racial politics ..."

    We've already arrived.

    Replies: @Hail

  32. @Audacious Epigone
    @Thomm

    Schoolmarm disapproves of:

    "genetic wastematter... subrace"

    It is dehumanizing. "White nationalist proles" or something comparable, please. Thanks in advance!

    Replies: @Thomm, @Mr McKenna

    And you’re not bothered by “stupid, 70-IQ wigger” ??

    You’ll have your hands full with this one, inter alia..

    Best of luck, and I mean this quite sincerely.

    • Replies: @Thomm
    @Mr McKenna


    And you’re not bothered by “stupid, 70-IQ wigger” ??
     
    er... there is a HUGE difference between the provocateur, and one merely acting in self-defense (as I was).

    An intelligent person like AE knows the difference between the two. It would be a different matter if I were the one starting it.

    Remember, killing someone in self-defense is not a crime. The same concept applies here.

    Replies: @Mr McKenna

  33. Everyone is bringing up age. All the polls, including very recent ones, show Bernie is by far the most popular in the youngest age group and least popular among his oldest age group. That says good thing about millennials and Gen Y. They could be less agist than any generation that came before them….or maybe they just want their student loans zeroed out.

    • Agree: Audacious Epigone
  34. @Thomm
    @Audacious Epigone


    Thanks in advance!
     
    Perhaps 'wastematter' is hyperbole. But it is definitely evident from HBD principles/visible physiognomy that they are a very suboptimal subrace of the white population. The men of this race become internet WNs, and the women of this race become the fat bluehaired feminists.

    There is far higher variance in whites than in any other race, and the distribution appears to be bimodal, with a functional 80%, a ne'er do well 20% , and a large gap in between the two bell curves.

    Replies: @SunBakedSuburb, @jbwilson24

    Still better off than IQ 76 street poopers in your home craphole of India.

    Why do you even bother commenting here? Your IQ appears to be two standard deviations below those of the authors. From a quick survey you rank maybe 3rd percentile in terms of commenters.

    • Replies: @Thomm
    @jbwilson24

    I am not Indian, dumbass. No one with an IQ above 70 thinks I am. Last week, you said I was a Jew.

    Note that as a WN wigger, you have nothing in common with functional whites like me. Stop trying to mooch off of the rest of us. If we gave you land on which to build your own country (and even sent your women, the fat bluehaired feminists, over there with you), the country you create would be worse than Haiti.

    Now get off my lawn, faggot!

  35. ContrarianPoast

    I unironically agree with nominating her, no matter how useless she is. The CA GOP can only survive if it disaffilates with the national GOP (CSU-Bayern) and gets the remaining white male congressmen to retire and replace them with women/non-whites. If white males get the message that they have no future in CA politics, its not a stretch when they realize they have no future in CA itself.

    I encourage our Asian readers in CA to join their local GOP and unironically tell the white Boomercons to get out of the way.

    • Replies: @SafeNow
    @216

    Rather than retire, the white male Congressmen in Calif can simply deploy the nickname “Beto.” But seriously, that’s so true about how Asian-Americans should be Republicans. Here in Calif where I live, those I have known are very decent, industrious, and smart, and would seem to be model Republicans.

    Replies: @216

  36. To those flexing about future violence

    This cartoon accurately reflects half of the country, if not more, in terms of their opinion of moderate people like us. The mere sniff of blood under a future leftist President will mean drone-strikes on American soil.

    Violence is not going to work. You are not a government. It only makes it worse.

    • Replies: @SunBakedSuburb
    @216

    "The mere sniff of blood under a future leftist President will mean drone-strikes on American soil."

    Agreed, 100%. Two years away from the inauguration of President-elect Kamala Harris and whites are already in born evil status by the glitterati of DC, Silicon Valley, and the Maoist financial oligarchs. By the time Kamala installs the Baal ritual chamber in the White House whites will be considered worthy of apartheid.

    Replies: @Jay Fink

  37. So sad to see the jeered-off-lectern Bernie standing on the sidelines with his hands clasped over his privates. But what a perfect metaphor that is for White male America. (Previously, Sen. Flake looking down at his shoes in the elevator was my metaphor, but now this genitals-covering metaphor replaces it.)

  38. This latest story of Bernie demanding Gulfstream jets to campaign for the Clinton cabal is going to ruin him. His credibility is now completely shot. What other leaks do the Clintons have? We’ll soon find out.

  39. @216
    ContrarianPoast

    https://twitter.com/Blair_A_Nathan/status/1100193921043492865

    I unironically agree with nominating her, no matter how useless she is. The CA GOP can only survive if it disaffilates with the national GOP (CSU-Bayern) and gets the remaining white male congressmen to retire and replace them with women/non-whites. If white males get the message that they have no future in CA politics, its not a stretch when they realize they have no future in CA itself.

    I encourage our Asian readers in CA to join their local GOP and unironically tell the white Boomercons to get out of the way.

    Replies: @SafeNow

    Rather than retire, the white male Congressmen in Calif can simply deploy the nickname “Beto.” But seriously, that’s so true about how Asian-Americans should be Republicans. Here in Calif where I live, those I have known are very decent, industrious, and smart, and would seem to be model Republicans.

    • Replies: @216
    @SafeNow

    The culture of (urban) coastal Asians is significantly different than the culture of rural whites that are the GOP's strongest voters. Credentialism, Environmentalism and Religion are major stumbling blocks. US whites are among the most individualist people on the planet, in contrast to much more collectivist Asians. From the perspective of a moderate Asian voter, rural whites killing themselves via addiction does not engender fear or sympathy, in produces contempt. When you see your immigrant cousins becoming middle class after arriving with little, you tend not to be sympathetic to those Rural/Rust Belt whites complaining about "China" rather than taking the Kevin Williamson option.

    Replies: @UrbaneFrancoOntarian

  40. @jbwilson24
    @Thomm

    Still better off than IQ 76 street poopers in your home craphole of India.

    Why do you even bother commenting here? Your IQ appears to be two standard deviations below those of the authors. From a quick survey you rank maybe 3rd percentile in terms of commenters.

    Replies: @Thomm

    I am not Indian, dumbass. No one with an IQ above 70 thinks I am. Last week, you said I was a Jew.

    Note that as a WN wigger, you have nothing in common with functional whites like me. Stop trying to mooch off of the rest of us. If we gave you land on which to build your own country (and even sent your women, the fat bluehaired feminists, over there with you), the country you create would be worse than Haiti.

    Now get off my lawn, faggot!

  41. @Mr McKenna
    @Audacious Epigone

    And you're not bothered by "stupid, 70-IQ wigger" ??

    You'll have your hands full with this one, inter alia..

    Best of luck, and I mean this quite sincerely.

    Replies: @Thomm

    And you’re not bothered by “stupid, 70-IQ wigger” ??

    er… there is a HUGE difference between the provocateur, and one merely acting in self-defense (as I was).

    An intelligent person like AE knows the difference between the two. It would be a different matter if I were the one starting it.

    Remember, killing someone in self-defense is not a crime. The same concept applies here.

    • Replies: @Mr McKenna
    @Thomm

    I'll respond to you just this once, for kicks. And since I've now done so you'll doubtless feel justified in flinging more of your 'material' my way too.

    No one here is remotely persuaded by your childish 'he started it' routine. You are by some margin the most foul-mouthed regular 'contributor' here at unz.com and--given how your efforts manage to bring down the tone of the entire site--it's mystifying that you haven't been banned yet.

    Fortunately, you can be blocked. Bye.

    Replies: @Stan d Mute

  42. I guess Bernie is still watching 60s/70s movies & lives mentally-emotionally in that world…..

  43. @Dave Pinsen
    The good news for Bernie is that he's got good enthusiasm from donors. The bad news is that he can't seem to find his balls - not just on the race stuff, but on the "Bernie bro" nonsense, as Michael Tracey has noted.

    Bernie would be a strong candidate if he stuck to his guns and flipped back to his original, logical position on immigration. He could hammer all of the other Dem candidates on that, pointing out that none of their grand programs are feasible if anyone can walk into America and lay claim to them.

    Instead of rolling over for the POC left, Bernie ought to deal with them the way Feinstein dealt with those kids last week.

    https://twitter.com/ShaneGoldmacher/status/1100180181799579648

    Replies: @iffen, @Audacious Epigone

    It will be interesting to see if Sanders will stand by this:

    “Open borders? No, that’s a Koch brothers proposal,” Sanders said. “That’s a right-wing proposal, which says essentially there is no United States.”

    “It would make everybody in America poorer — you’re doing away with the concept of a nation state, and I don’t think there’s any country in the world that believes in that,” Sanders said. “If you believe in a nation state or in a country called the United States or (the United Kingdom) or Denmark or any other country, you have an obligation in my view to do everything we can to help poor people.”

    I predict that he will not.

    • Agree: MikeatMikedotMike
    • Replies: @Audacious Epigone
    @iffen

    I think he dropped that nearly three years ago and never picked it back up, unfortunately.

  44. @SafeNow
    @216

    Rather than retire, the white male Congressmen in Calif can simply deploy the nickname “Beto.” But seriously, that’s so true about how Asian-Americans should be Republicans. Here in Calif where I live, those I have known are very decent, industrious, and smart, and would seem to be model Republicans.

    Replies: @216

    The culture of (urban) coastal Asians is significantly different than the culture of rural whites that are the GOP’s strongest voters. Credentialism, Environmentalism and Religion are major stumbling blocks. US whites are among the most individualist people on the planet, in contrast to much more collectivist Asians. From the perspective of a moderate Asian voter, rural whites killing themselves via addiction does not engender fear or sympathy, in produces contempt. When you see your immigrant cousins becoming middle class after arriving with little, you tend not to be sympathetic to those Rural/Rust Belt whites complaining about “China” rather than taking the Kevin Williamson option.

    • Replies: @UrbaneFrancoOntarian
    @216

    3rd world peoples respect one thing - strength. Urban whites are generally weak. Rural whites in Canada are still managing to not kill themselves and do too many drugs (better safety net) and are strong. But we have no control, or money for that matter to affect much change.

    It's also a question of how much longer rural whites in Canada can hold out. Drugs are starting to become a problem in some rural areas too.

    As Adolph Hitler said: No race has a right to exist. The race that fights for its interests is the one that will thrive. The race that doesn't fight for itself will cease to exist quickly.

  45. @SunBakedSuburb
    @Thomm

    Yeah, John Galt here can't get a date. Sad.

    Replies: @Pericles

    Dravidian John Galt, mystery solved.

  46. @RadicalCenter
    @Bragadocious

    Um, because he’ll be 79-83 and thus at some real risk of dying during his term, making her president?

    Replies: @follyofwar, @KR

    Tulsi’s only hope is to switch parties and run as a moderate Republican with a cuck like Mitt Romney.
    In the Democrat party, Tulsi has no chance.

  47. @Anonymous
    @EldnahYm

    I know many liberals that count on Beto O'Rourke.

    Replies: @KR

    O’Rourke is distinctly beta, not alpha. The guy is subsidized by his wife’s fortune as he never quite figured out how to make his own. He’s not attractive, only thin, and inarticulate on stage or before a camera.

    He’s already had his seconds in the limelight. Toast.

    • Replies: @Tyrion 2
    @KR

    I'm not sure beta is the term for someone who lives off their attractive heiress wife.

    Replies: @216, @Audacious Epigone

  48. @KR
    @Anonymous

    O'Rourke is distinctly beta, not alpha. The guy is subsidized by his wife's fortune as he never quite figured out how to make his own. He's not attractive, only thin, and inarticulate on stage or before a camera.

    He's already had his seconds in the limelight. Toast.

    Replies: @Tyrion 2

    I’m not sure beta is the term for someone who lives off their attractive heiress wife.

    • Replies: @216
    @Tyrion 2

    Thwath is thath?

    Are youth mocking my Gorilla mindthseth?

    , @Audacious Epigone
    @Tyrion 2

    He is a younger John Kerry in a lot of ways.

    Replies: @Tyrion 2

  49. @Tyrion 2
    @KR

    I'm not sure beta is the term for someone who lives off their attractive heiress wife.

    Replies: @216, @Audacious Epigone

    Thwath is thath?

    Are youth mocking my Gorilla mindthseth?

  50. @216
    To those flexing about future violence

    https://twitter.com/RTDaSilva3/status/1099846647398498305

    This cartoon accurately reflects half of the country, if not more, in terms of their opinion of moderate people like us. The mere sniff of blood under a future leftist President will mean drone-strikes on American soil.

    Violence is not going to work. You are not a government. It only makes it worse.

    Replies: @SunBakedSuburb

    “The mere sniff of blood under a future leftist President will mean drone-strikes on American soil.”

    Agreed, 100%. Two years away from the inauguration of President-elect Kamala Harris and whites are already in born evil status by the glitterati of DC, Silicon Valley, and the Maoist financial oligarchs. By the time Kamala installs the Baal ritual chamber in the White House whites will be considered worthy of apartheid.

    • Replies: @Jay Fink
    @SunBakedSuburb

    You are too pessimistic. Harris isn't charismatic and will be perceived as too radical. I could easily see her losing independents. Trump would beat her.

    Replies: @RadicalCenter, @SunBakedSuburb

  51. @anonymous
    Things are headed for straight-up racial politics with little pretense of anything more than 'gimme mine' going on. Sanders increasingly looks to be a quaint figure by now. Lebanon of the 70's seems to be the future. Stupid, short-sighted white lefties like Sanders have created a Frankenstein that'll end up devouring them. The Dems will go off the cliff with their drift towards extremism, lose in 2020, and be forced to split along racial lines. The pretense of ideology will shrink to that resembling a bank robber, taking the money because he's got the gun. The lefties thought they could exploit racial minorities to be their foot soldiers but the underlings started to get grander ideas.

    Replies: @SunBakedSuburb

    “Things are headed for straight-up racial politics …”

    We’ve already arrived.

    • Replies: @Hail
    @SunBakedSuburb


    We’ve already arrived
     
    That is accurate for a majority of the resident population, which makes -- and is receptive to -- ethnopolitical appeals, always at least passive ones and often overt ones. (Try watching Spanish-language U.S. media vs. any English-language U.S. media; their media is like if AmRen ran an English-language U.S. cable news channel.)

    The minority that is not receptive to ethnic appeals is, of course, a huge share of Whites of Christian origin. What % of us that is, I am not sure. It is big enough to distort electoral politics. In other words, we have not arrived. We're getting there. Alternatively stated, 'it' has arrived but most of our people don't know it yet -- which means 'we' have not arrived.

    With a Media-Hollywood-Education axis controlled by hostile forces, with elected politicians seemingly the pets thereof (e.g., Trump has turned into a louder-mouthed !Jeb! at best -- Trump has almost never mentioned Whites as a group), and with the psychological insulation from Nonwhites provided by distance ("White flight") for so many, the "way out" is still unclear.

    Replies: @Tyrion 2

  52. @SunBakedSuburb
    @anonymous

    "Things are headed for straight-up racial politics ..."

    We've already arrived.

    Replies: @Hail

    We’ve already arrived

    That is accurate for a majority of the resident population, which makes — and is receptive to — ethnopolitical appeals, always at least passive ones and often overt ones. (Try watching Spanish-language U.S. media vs. any English-language U.S. media; their media is like if AmRen ran an English-language U.S. cable news channel.)

    The minority that is not receptive to ethnic appeals is, of course, a huge share of Whites of Christian origin. What % of us that is, I am not sure. It is big enough to distort electoral politics. In other words, we have not arrived. We’re getting there. Alternatively stated, ‘it’ has arrived but most of our people don’t know it yet — which means ‘we’ have not arrived.

    With a Media-Hollywood-Education axis controlled by hostile forces, with elected politicians seemingly the pets thereof (e.g., Trump has turned into a louder-mouthed !Jeb! at best — Trump has almost never mentioned Whites as a group), and with the psychological insulation from Nonwhites provided by distance (“White flight”) for so many, the “way out” is still unclear.

    • Replies: @Tyrion 2
    @Hail

    You think that there is a substantial amount of violence in the United States caused primarily by ethnic division? I can't say that this was my observation.

    I did feel less than comfortable walking in some obviously very sketchy areas of New Orleans. Though they were areas I was warned not to walk in and I am physically more distinct than most. Furthermore, the potential aggression seemed primarily criminal. Were I black, I would have stuck out less but I would still have been in danger!

    I was warned before by my old Nigerian friend, who had visited, to take care as he knows I like to walk about and don't generally feel the need to limit myself to "safe" areas. The other people listening, amusingly, somehow made the assumption that he was talking about dangerous "hillbilly redknecks" or something. Obviously, he was not. I found rural Louisianans to be incredibly gracious people, as did he, he later added. The way in which the entertainment industry uses them as an uncontroversial punching bag is disgusting.

    Replies: @RadicalCenter, @Audacious Epigone

  53. @Hail
    @SunBakedSuburb


    We’ve already arrived
     
    That is accurate for a majority of the resident population, which makes -- and is receptive to -- ethnopolitical appeals, always at least passive ones and often overt ones. (Try watching Spanish-language U.S. media vs. any English-language U.S. media; their media is like if AmRen ran an English-language U.S. cable news channel.)

    The minority that is not receptive to ethnic appeals is, of course, a huge share of Whites of Christian origin. What % of us that is, I am not sure. It is big enough to distort electoral politics. In other words, we have not arrived. We're getting there. Alternatively stated, 'it' has arrived but most of our people don't know it yet -- which means 'we' have not arrived.

    With a Media-Hollywood-Education axis controlled by hostile forces, with elected politicians seemingly the pets thereof (e.g., Trump has turned into a louder-mouthed !Jeb! at best -- Trump has almost never mentioned Whites as a group), and with the psychological insulation from Nonwhites provided by distance ("White flight") for so many, the "way out" is still unclear.

    Replies: @Tyrion 2

    You think that there is a substantial amount of violence in the United States caused primarily by ethnic division? I can’t say that this was my observation.

    I did feel less than comfortable walking in some obviously very sketchy areas of New Orleans. Though they were areas I was warned not to walk in and I am physically more distinct than most. Furthermore, the potential aggression seemed primarily criminal. Were I black, I would have stuck out less but I would still have been in danger!

    I was warned before by my old Nigerian friend, who had visited, to take care as he knows I like to walk about and don’t generally feel the need to limit myself to “safe” areas. The other people listening, amusingly, somehow made the assumption that he was talking about dangerous “hillbilly redknecks” or something. Obviously, he was not. I found rural Louisianans to be incredibly gracious people, as did he, he later added. The way in which the entertainment industry uses them as an uncontroversial punching bag is disgusting.

    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
    @Tyrion 2

    Since I've been physically assaulted by two African-"Americans" in my life and both uttered hateful anti-white comments during the attack, and I've personally witnessed and intervened to help stop an African viciously beating an innocent white man only blocks from where we live, I'd say that your experience doesn't match mine at all in this regard.

    Even here in Los Angeles, with all its dysfunction, growing anti-white animus, and far-left anti-American brainwashing in the government schools, the only times anyone in our family has been attacked, threatened, or followed in our years here was by Africans, not Hispanics or anyone else, not ever.

    Replies: @Tyrion 2

    , @Audacious Epigone
    @Tyrion 2

    I found rural Louisianans to be incredibly gracious people, as did he, he later added.

    The contrast between how the Cloud People treat them and the way they actually behave couldn't be starker.

    Replies: @Stan d Mute

  54. @SunBakedSuburb
    @216

    "The mere sniff of blood under a future leftist President will mean drone-strikes on American soil."

    Agreed, 100%. Two years away from the inauguration of President-elect Kamala Harris and whites are already in born evil status by the glitterati of DC, Silicon Valley, and the Maoist financial oligarchs. By the time Kamala installs the Baal ritual chamber in the White House whites will be considered worthy of apartheid.

    Replies: @Jay Fink

    You are too pessimistic. Harris isn’t charismatic and will be perceived as too radical. I could easily see her losing independents. Trump would beat her.

    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
    @Jay Fink

    If European-American voters increase turnout substantially from their 2016 level in swing states, they may be able to offset the surge in African turnout that a Kamala Harris or Cory Booker nomination would likely bring. Otherwise, doesn't look good.

    Even States that weren't terribly close and went for Trump, would be in play, such as Georgia.

    Then again, what affirmative reasons is Trump giving them (us) to turn out for him next fall?

    I may vote for Trump again, and I never miss an election anyway, but being in California it typically makes little to no difference how the remaining actual Americans vote here. (The Republicans should have enacted legislation allocating electoral votes by congressional district, as Maine and Nebraska do, when they sensed that demographics was eroding their power, but they were dumbasses as usual. Same advice applies today to Texas, Florida, and Georgia, which will start giving all their EVs to the Dems by 2032 (at latest) if the allocation system isn't changed soon.)

    , @SunBakedSuburb
    @Jay Fink

    I hope you're right.

  55. If Bernie wants to actually do something for the country, he should advance the debate by shucking the Democratic Party and all of the PC cow-towing that will be necessary just to be shunned by them once more, running as a renegade candidate, like Perot did, telling the economic truths that none of the other on-blended-knee, bought-off grovelers will touch.

    It looks like Trump, the rebel of 2016, is dumping the approach that put him in office, going for the Oversized Establishment approach, boasting night & day about all the part-time job creation for illegal aliens & welfare-eligible single moms, plus the temp-job creation for the legal immigrants who are continuing to pile into the country, keeping wages from rising any but a negligible amount for the still underemployed, debt-laden US citizens who cannot afford to rent a one-room apartment.

    To get a real debate going, we need a rebel-insurgent Independent on the right, too, not that bunch of pretend Republicans, trying to outdo Democrats with PC talk while Trump outdoes them on liberal policy passage, like more child tax credits for dual-earner parents, more welfare and child-tax-credit-aided legal immigration to keep wages down for non-welfare-eligible citizens, criminal justice reform and a foreign policy that is flirting with more globalist adventurism.

    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
    @Endgame Napoleon

    Agree with all wholeheartedly except the attack on child tax credits. We need much larger child tax credits against the federal income tax.

    On balance, we don't want to go out of our way to subsidize and incenticize more procreation by people who consistently don't earn enough for their household to pay any federal income tax (not referring to Social Security and Medicare taxes"). There are many industrious and good people in that very large group, but there are also more people who are simply less intelligent, less productive, and/or less hardworking than those who do earn enough to pay net federal income tax.

    So the child tax credit, like any other tax credit, should never be "refundable" -- the Orwellian and utterly misleading term for "giving back" taxes that the recipient never paid in the first place.

    Moreover, a "refundable" child tax credit disproportionately benefits African people. To the extent that a "refundable" child tax credit giveaway encourages Africans to procreate more, we have just encouraged the creation of MORE people who will physically attack and threaten our children in the future.

    In short, your comment was right on the money. I'd just say that a large NON-refundable child tax credit is very much in our economic and cultural interest.

    Replies: @Jay Fink

  56. @Endgame Napoleon
    If Bernie wants to actually do something for the country, he should advance the debate by shucking the Democratic Party and all of the PC cow-towing that will be necessary just to be shunned by them once more, running as a renegade candidate, like Perot did, telling the economic truths that none of the other on-blended-knee, bought-off grovelers will touch.

    It looks like Trump, the rebel of 2016, is dumping the approach that put him in office, going for the Oversized Establishment approach, boasting night & day about all the part-time job creation for illegal aliens & welfare-eligible single moms, plus the temp-job creation for the legal immigrants who are continuing to pile into the country, keeping wages from rising any but a negligible amount for the still underemployed, debt-laden US citizens who cannot afford to rent a one-room apartment.

    To get a real debate going, we need a rebel-insurgent Independent on the right, too, not that bunch of pretend Republicans, trying to outdo Democrats with PC talk while Trump outdoes them on liberal policy passage, like more child tax credits for dual-earner parents, more welfare and child-tax-credit-aided legal immigration to keep wages down for non-welfare-eligible citizens, criminal justice reform and a foreign policy that is flirting with more globalist adventurism.

    Replies: @RadicalCenter

    Agree with all wholeheartedly except the attack on child tax credits. We need much larger child tax credits against the federal income tax.

    On balance, we don’t want to go out of our way to subsidize and incenticize more procreation by people who consistently don’t earn enough for their household to pay any federal income tax (not referring to Social Security and Medicare taxes”). There are many industrious and good people in that very large group, but there are also more people who are simply less intelligent, less productive, and/or less hardworking than those who do earn enough to pay net federal income tax.

    So the child tax credit, like any other tax credit, should never be “refundable” — the Orwellian and utterly misleading term for “giving back” taxes that the recipient never paid in the first place.

    Moreover, a “refundable” child tax credit disproportionately benefits African people. To the extent that a “refundable” child tax credit giveaway encourages Africans to procreate more, we have just encouraged the creation of MORE people who will physically attack and threaten our children in the future.

    In short, your comment was right on the money. I’d just say that a large NON-refundable child tax credit is very much in our economic and cultural interest.

    • Replies: @Jay Fink
    @RadicalCenter

    The single moms of all ethnic backgrounds at my workplace are bragging about their refunds of $10,000. They are making bank by combining their EITC with Trump's (actually Marco Rubio's) doubled child tax credit. It's quite a reward for immoral behavior. This is on top of all the food stamps and other handouts they get. Their standard of living is much, much higher than their peers who work just as hard on the job but aren't eligible for all these goodies. It really is unfair.

    Replies: @Stan d Mute, @iffen, @RadicalCenter

  57. @Tyrion 2
    @Hail

    You think that there is a substantial amount of violence in the United States caused primarily by ethnic division? I can't say that this was my observation.

    I did feel less than comfortable walking in some obviously very sketchy areas of New Orleans. Though they were areas I was warned not to walk in and I am physically more distinct than most. Furthermore, the potential aggression seemed primarily criminal. Were I black, I would have stuck out less but I would still have been in danger!

    I was warned before by my old Nigerian friend, who had visited, to take care as he knows I like to walk about and don't generally feel the need to limit myself to "safe" areas. The other people listening, amusingly, somehow made the assumption that he was talking about dangerous "hillbilly redknecks" or something. Obviously, he was not. I found rural Louisianans to be incredibly gracious people, as did he, he later added. The way in which the entertainment industry uses them as an uncontroversial punching bag is disgusting.

    Replies: @RadicalCenter, @Audacious Epigone

    Since I’ve been physically assaulted by two African-“Americans” in my life and both uttered hateful anti-white comments during the attack, and I’ve personally witnessed and intervened to help stop an African viciously beating an innocent white man only blocks from where we live, I’d say that your experience doesn’t match mine at all in this regard.

    Even here in Los Angeles, with all its dysfunction, growing anti-white animus, and far-left anti-American brainwashing in the government schools, the only times anyone in our family has been attacked, threatened, or followed in our years here was by Africans, not Hispanics or anyone else, not ever.

    • Replies: @Tyrion 2
    @RadicalCenter


    Since I’ve been physically assaulted by two African-“Americans” in my life and both uttered hateful anti-white comments during the attack, and I’ve personally witnessed and intervened to help stop an African viciously beating an innocent white man only blocks from where we live, I’d say that your experience doesn’t match mine at all in this regard.
     
    I've had racial abuse on a number of occasions from black people in the UK. I even had anti-Semitic comments from one, but she was dumb, had no idea what she talking about, and had obviously never met a Jew.

    I've also had some attempts at physical intimidation and an attempted mugging. I just don't think that any of these were really from ethnic animosity and that the attempting perpetrators were all just a bit feral, or, in the case of the innocently ignorant women, she also thought a lot of other bizarre stuff.

    I know there is a greater degree of animosity in the States, but I feel that poor behaviour can often be taken to be racial when it is not, even if racial epithets are used.

    Amusingly, the most obvious instance was when 2 black girls shamed another for correctly identifying Black Panther as mediocre. They seriously claimed they "took her black card". I told them the black card must mark people out as infantile then. They looked confused. I guess "infantile" is not an especially common word...

    Generally I found black Americans to be extremely friendly, especially the slim younger women, but then slim, young women are often friendly to exotic men their own age who speak politely and confidently to them.

    My worst experience was being submitted to a torrent of abuse on Facebook for suggesting, to a somewhat black progressive immigrant type, that they might prefer loyalty to their welcoming compatriots and not the rest of the world instead. For that I was called a "racist", "bigot", "privileged liar etc. It was then I realised that these are certainly no longer more than mere political swear words. I could accept the idea that he hates white people, but I still lean to labelling him resentful instead.

    Replies: @Stan d Mute, @RadicalCenter

  58. @Jay Fink
    @SunBakedSuburb

    You are too pessimistic. Harris isn't charismatic and will be perceived as too radical. I could easily see her losing independents. Trump would beat her.

    Replies: @RadicalCenter, @SunBakedSuburb

    If European-American voters increase turnout substantially from their 2016 level in swing states, they may be able to offset the surge in African turnout that a Kamala Harris or Cory Booker nomination would likely bring. Otherwise, doesn’t look good.

    Even States that weren’t terribly close and went for Trump, would be in play, such as Georgia.

    Then again, what affirmative reasons is Trump giving them (us) to turn out for him next fall?

    I may vote for Trump again, and I never miss an election anyway, but being in California it typically makes little to no difference how the remaining actual Americans vote here. (The Republicans should have enacted legislation allocating electoral votes by congressional district, as Maine and Nebraska do, when they sensed that demographics was eroding their power, but they were dumbasses as usual. Same advice applies today to Texas, Florida, and Georgia, which will start giving all their EVs to the Dems by 2032 (at latest) if the allocation system isn’t changed soon.)

  59. @RadicalCenter
    @Tyrion 2

    Since I've been physically assaulted by two African-"Americans" in my life and both uttered hateful anti-white comments during the attack, and I've personally witnessed and intervened to help stop an African viciously beating an innocent white man only blocks from where we live, I'd say that your experience doesn't match mine at all in this regard.

    Even here in Los Angeles, with all its dysfunction, growing anti-white animus, and far-left anti-American brainwashing in the government schools, the only times anyone in our family has been attacked, threatened, or followed in our years here was by Africans, not Hispanics or anyone else, not ever.

    Replies: @Tyrion 2

    Since I’ve been physically assaulted by two African-“Americans” in my life and both uttered hateful anti-white comments during the attack, and I’ve personally witnessed and intervened to help stop an African viciously beating an innocent white man only blocks from where we live, I’d say that your experience doesn’t match mine at all in this regard.

    I’ve had racial abuse on a number of occasions from black people in the UK. I even had anti-Semitic comments from one, but she was dumb, had no idea what she talking about, and had obviously never met a Jew.

    I’ve also had some attempts at physical intimidation and an attempted mugging. I just don’t think that any of these were really from ethnic animosity and that the attempting perpetrators were all just a bit feral, or, in the case of the innocently ignorant women, she also thought a lot of other bizarre stuff.

    I know there is a greater degree of animosity in the States, but I feel that poor behaviour can often be taken to be racial when it is not, even if racial epithets are used.

    Amusingly, the most obvious instance was when 2 black girls shamed another for correctly identifying Black Panther as mediocre. They seriously claimed they “took her black card”. I told them the black card must mark people out as infantile then. They looked confused. I guess “infantile” is not an especially common word…

    Generally I found black Americans to be extremely friendly, especially the slim younger women, but then slim, young women are often friendly to exotic men their own age who speak politely and confidently to them.

    My worst experience was being submitted to a torrent of abuse on Facebook for suggesting, to a somewhat black progressive immigrant type, that they might prefer loyalty to their welcoming compatriots and not the rest of the world instead. For that I was called a “racist”, “bigot”, “privileged liar etc. It was then I realised that these are certainly no longer more than mere political swear words. I could accept the idea that he hates white people, but I still lean to labelling him resentful instead.

    • Replies: @Stan d Mute
    @Tyrion 2


    I could accept the idea that he hates white people, but I still lean to labelling him resentful instead.
     
    What exactly is the difference between being resentful of and in a white nation and hating whites on purely racial terms?

    Replies: @Tyrion 2

    , @RadicalCenter
    @Tyrion 2

    Thanks for your thoughtful response.

    I have to maintain, though, that physical attack combined with expressly white-hating comments, can only reasonably by ascribed to exactly the racial animosity that the attackers themselves expressed, not just the attackers' general belligerence, stupidity, or lack of impulse control. What more proof could we want than the attacker TELLING us that the victim's race is part of his motive?

  60. @Thomm
    @Mr McKenna


    And you’re not bothered by “stupid, 70-IQ wigger” ??
     
    er... there is a HUGE difference between the provocateur, and one merely acting in self-defense (as I was).

    An intelligent person like AE knows the difference between the two. It would be a different matter if I were the one starting it.

    Remember, killing someone in self-defense is not a crime. The same concept applies here.

    Replies: @Mr McKenna

    I’ll respond to you just this once, for kicks. And since I’ve now done so you’ll doubtless feel justified in flinging more of your ‘material’ my way too.

    No one here is remotely persuaded by your childish ‘he started it’ routine. You are by some margin the most foul-mouthed regular ‘contributor’ here at unz.com and–given how your efforts manage to bring down the tone of the entire site–it’s mystifying that you haven’t been banned yet.

    Fortunately, you can be blocked. Bye.

    • Replies: @Stan d Mute
    @Mr McKenna

    Why did that take you so long?

  61. @Dave Pinsen
    The good news for Bernie is that he's got good enthusiasm from donors. The bad news is that he can't seem to find his balls - not just on the race stuff, but on the "Bernie bro" nonsense, as Michael Tracey has noted.

    Bernie would be a strong candidate if he stuck to his guns and flipped back to his original, logical position on immigration. He could hammer all of the other Dem candidates on that, pointing out that none of their grand programs are feasible if anyone can walk into America and lay claim to them.

    Instead of rolling over for the POC left, Bernie ought to deal with them the way Feinstein dealt with those kids last week.

    https://twitter.com/ShaneGoldmacher/status/1100180181799579648

    Replies: @iffen, @Audacious Epigone

    The default Democrat position now seems to be no restrictions on immigration at all. When pressed some will say they don’t support open borders but won’t articulate how their positions differ from open borders. There is electoral space for someone on the left to call for a “humane approach to immigration that puts the concerns of American workers first”. If Sanders did this and managed to win the Democrat nomination on it (easier said than done, obviously) I think he’d win the election by 5+ points.

    • Agree: Dave Pinsen
  62. @iffen
    @Dave Pinsen

    It will be interesting to see if Sanders will stand by this:


    “Open borders? No, that’s a Koch brothers proposal,” Sanders said. “That’s a right-wing proposal, which says essentially there is no United States.”

    “It would make everybody in America poorer — you’re doing away with the concept of a nation state, and I don’t think there’s any country in the world that believes in that,” Sanders said. “If you believe in a nation state or in a country called the United States or (the United Kingdom) or Denmark or any other country, you have an obligation in my view to do everything we can to help poor people.”
     
    I predict that he will not.

    Replies: @Audacious Epigone

    I think he dropped that nearly three years ago and never picked it back up, unfortunately.

  63. @Tyrion 2
    @KR

    I'm not sure beta is the term for someone who lives off their attractive heiress wife.

    Replies: @216, @Audacious Epigone

    He is a younger John Kerry in a lot of ways.

    • Replies: @Tyrion 2
    @Audacious Epigone

    John Kerry is living the life. He did lose to GWB in the election but he has had a string of sweet jobs since where he gets supplicated to by people all over the world, despite possessing little talent, and has fun doing stuff like windsurfing.

    He may be a cuck for "his people" but he sure ain't one for John Kerry.

    He could make a less than handsome lead in an anti-hero film with no redemption and no moral comeuppance.

  64. @Tyrion 2
    @Hail

    You think that there is a substantial amount of violence in the United States caused primarily by ethnic division? I can't say that this was my observation.

    I did feel less than comfortable walking in some obviously very sketchy areas of New Orleans. Though they were areas I was warned not to walk in and I am physically more distinct than most. Furthermore, the potential aggression seemed primarily criminal. Were I black, I would have stuck out less but I would still have been in danger!

    I was warned before by my old Nigerian friend, who had visited, to take care as he knows I like to walk about and don't generally feel the need to limit myself to "safe" areas. The other people listening, amusingly, somehow made the assumption that he was talking about dangerous "hillbilly redknecks" or something. Obviously, he was not. I found rural Louisianans to be incredibly gracious people, as did he, he later added. The way in which the entertainment industry uses them as an uncontroversial punching bag is disgusting.

    Replies: @RadicalCenter, @Audacious Epigone

    I found rural Louisianans to be incredibly gracious people, as did he, he later added.

    The contrast between how the Cloud People treat them and the way they actually behave couldn’t be starker.

    • Agree: Tyrion 2
    • Replies: @Stan d Mute
    @Audacious Epigone

    It’s precisely because southern folk are so gracious that they suffer so much abuse by coastal assholes. Southerners are not going to riot, they’re still going to work tomorrow making your energy or US built BMW/Mercedes, they’re still going to pay their taxes, they’re still going to cheer their favorite negro football league team, etc. They can be a bit standoffish to Yankees until they realize that you are one of them, but that’s as far as I’ve seen it go. In many ways they are much more cucked than rust belt northerners. Some of that is religion (“spread the other cheek for Jesus y’all”) and some is internalized guilt over slavery while the rest may just be defeatism lingering from 1865.

    As someone raised in the rust belt with family in the south and having traveled exhaustively throughout the nation, I’m still struck by the difference in race relations between south and north. Northern negroes are far more hostile and resentful and northern whites go to much greater efforts to avoid them. Using negro worship (at a distance) to status signal is also a much more northern (and western) phenomenon.

  65. @RadicalCenter
    @Endgame Napoleon

    Agree with all wholeheartedly except the attack on child tax credits. We need much larger child tax credits against the federal income tax.

    On balance, we don't want to go out of our way to subsidize and incenticize more procreation by people who consistently don't earn enough for their household to pay any federal income tax (not referring to Social Security and Medicare taxes"). There are many industrious and good people in that very large group, but there are also more people who are simply less intelligent, less productive, and/or less hardworking than those who do earn enough to pay net federal income tax.

    So the child tax credit, like any other tax credit, should never be "refundable" -- the Orwellian and utterly misleading term for "giving back" taxes that the recipient never paid in the first place.

    Moreover, a "refundable" child tax credit disproportionately benefits African people. To the extent that a "refundable" child tax credit giveaway encourages Africans to procreate more, we have just encouraged the creation of MORE people who will physically attack and threaten our children in the future.

    In short, your comment was right on the money. I'd just say that a large NON-refundable child tax credit is very much in our economic and cultural interest.

    Replies: @Jay Fink

    The single moms of all ethnic backgrounds at my workplace are bragging about their refunds of $10,000. They are making bank by combining their EITC with Trump’s (actually Marco Rubio’s) doubled child tax credit. It’s quite a reward for immoral behavior. This is on top of all the food stamps and other handouts they get. Their standard of living is much, much higher than their peers who work just as hard on the job but aren’t eligible for all these goodies. It really is unfair.

    • Replies: @Stan d Mute
    @Jay Fink


    The single moms of all ethnic backgrounds at my workplace are bragging about their refunds of $10,000 ... It really is unfair.
     
    It strikes us as unfair because it is unnatural and dysgenic. We evolved to thrive best with a mother and father, not a breeding sow and an artificial handout. This goes completely against the evolutionary rules and changes the game in ways nobody’s thought through to conclusion. If not curtailed I can envision a bright future with females serving a sole purpose as brood stock pumping out sprogs that will be supported and raised by the state. These prototypes are already doing this today. Feminism yay! Male offspring will resemble the ghetto negro males of today, state-raised and socialized, superfluous except for the time necessary for impregnation of the brood sows, otherwise fed, clothed, and housed by the state in large fenced dormitories. The only reason whites are lagging in this new evolution (70%+ vs 30%) is that we aren’t as superfluous as the negro males and our labor output is necessary to keep the system working. We’re just a few decades into this new model, imagine where we’ll be in another century or two when automation makes 70% or 90% of us superfluous.

    Replies: @Jay Fink, @RadicalCenter

    , @iffen
    @Jay Fink

    The EITC and child tax credit are two of our better welfare policies. I agree that it is arbitrary and unfair to many, but that's the way government works. It could be improved by quintupling the income cut-off. The ideal solution is a restricted UBI. Little bureaucracy and absolute fairness, every citizen qualifies.

    Replies: @Stan d Mute, @Jay Fink

    , @RadicalCenter
    @Jay Fink

    Yes, I wholeheartedly agree with you, Jay. That's not the result of a sizeable child tax credit, though; it's the result of making the child tax credit or EITC "refundable."

    Make them both non-"refundable" and that problem is substantially ameliorated (if not eliminated altogether).

    Conversely, my wife and I work hard and are raising a fair-sized brood of young children -- including one born just now, thank you God! -- and we pay plenty of federal and state income tax. Thus, we benefit from the doubled child tax credit, and we don't think that's unfair or bad policy in the least.

    (As an aside, without the doubling of the child tax credit and the addition of our latest child, we apparently would have had a federal income tax INcrease under the Trump/Republican plan. That's not what either of us want, eh? :)

  66. anon[352] • Disclaimer says:

    This could be the election that redpills a lot of left wing Bernie bro types. When Sanders goes down, make no mistake about it, it will be because he’s a white male. It won’t be his policies, it will be his race and sex. From that moment forward, it will be clear whites, especially men, have no place in the democrat party.

    • Replies: @iffen
    @anon

    it will be clear whites, especially men, have no place in the democrat party.

    This is already reasonably clear, but we all have an information threshold. Supposedly there is a "populist" fraction still in the Democratic Party. If this election peels them off, or at least moves them out for the next election cycle, "we" could muddle along for a few more decades.

  67. @Tyrion 2
    @RadicalCenter


    Since I’ve been physically assaulted by two African-“Americans” in my life and both uttered hateful anti-white comments during the attack, and I’ve personally witnessed and intervened to help stop an African viciously beating an innocent white man only blocks from where we live, I’d say that your experience doesn’t match mine at all in this regard.
     
    I've had racial abuse on a number of occasions from black people in the UK. I even had anti-Semitic comments from one, but she was dumb, had no idea what she talking about, and had obviously never met a Jew.

    I've also had some attempts at physical intimidation and an attempted mugging. I just don't think that any of these were really from ethnic animosity and that the attempting perpetrators were all just a bit feral, or, in the case of the innocently ignorant women, she also thought a lot of other bizarre stuff.

    I know there is a greater degree of animosity in the States, but I feel that poor behaviour can often be taken to be racial when it is not, even if racial epithets are used.

    Amusingly, the most obvious instance was when 2 black girls shamed another for correctly identifying Black Panther as mediocre. They seriously claimed they "took her black card". I told them the black card must mark people out as infantile then. They looked confused. I guess "infantile" is not an especially common word...

    Generally I found black Americans to be extremely friendly, especially the slim younger women, but then slim, young women are often friendly to exotic men their own age who speak politely and confidently to them.

    My worst experience was being submitted to a torrent of abuse on Facebook for suggesting, to a somewhat black progressive immigrant type, that they might prefer loyalty to their welcoming compatriots and not the rest of the world instead. For that I was called a "racist", "bigot", "privileged liar etc. It was then I realised that these are certainly no longer more than mere political swear words. I could accept the idea that he hates white people, but I still lean to labelling him resentful instead.

    Replies: @Stan d Mute, @RadicalCenter

    I could accept the idea that he hates white people, but I still lean to labelling him resentful instead.

    What exactly is the difference between being resentful of and in a white nation and hating whites on purely racial terms?

    • Replies: @Tyrion 2
    @Stan d Mute

    They're differently coloured emotions; whose varied hues I don't have the talent to describe.

    https://www.takimag.com/article/the-temptation-to-resent/

    The point is though that they will likely have different long-term results and come from a different place.

    Replies: @Stan d Mute

  68. @Mr McKenna
    @Thomm

    I'll respond to you just this once, for kicks. And since I've now done so you'll doubtless feel justified in flinging more of your 'material' my way too.

    No one here is remotely persuaded by your childish 'he started it' routine. You are by some margin the most foul-mouthed regular 'contributor' here at unz.com and--given how your efforts manage to bring down the tone of the entire site--it's mystifying that you haven't been banned yet.

    Fortunately, you can be blocked. Bye.

    Replies: @Stan d Mute

    Why did that take you so long?

  69. @Audacious Epigone
    @Tyrion 2

    I found rural Louisianans to be incredibly gracious people, as did he, he later added.

    The contrast between how the Cloud People treat them and the way they actually behave couldn't be starker.

    Replies: @Stan d Mute

    It’s precisely because southern folk are so gracious that they suffer so much abuse by coastal assholes. Southerners are not going to riot, they’re still going to work tomorrow making your energy or US built BMW/Mercedes, they’re still going to pay their taxes, they’re still going to cheer their favorite negro football league team, etc. They can be a bit standoffish to Yankees until they realize that you are one of them, but that’s as far as I’ve seen it go. In many ways they are much more cucked than rust belt northerners. Some of that is religion (“spread the other cheek for Jesus y’all”) and some is internalized guilt over slavery while the rest may just be defeatism lingering from 1865.

    As someone raised in the rust belt with family in the south and having traveled exhaustively throughout the nation, I’m still struck by the difference in race relations between south and north. Northern negroes are far more hostile and resentful and northern whites go to much greater efforts to avoid them. Using negro worship (at a distance) to status signal is also a much more northern (and western) phenomenon.

  70. @Jay Fink
    @RadicalCenter

    The single moms of all ethnic backgrounds at my workplace are bragging about their refunds of $10,000. They are making bank by combining their EITC with Trump's (actually Marco Rubio's) doubled child tax credit. It's quite a reward for immoral behavior. This is on top of all the food stamps and other handouts they get. Their standard of living is much, much higher than their peers who work just as hard on the job but aren't eligible for all these goodies. It really is unfair.

    Replies: @Stan d Mute, @iffen, @RadicalCenter

    The single moms of all ethnic backgrounds at my workplace are bragging about their refunds of $10,000 … It really is unfair.

    It strikes us as unfair because it is unnatural and dysgenic. We evolved to thrive best with a mother and father, not a breeding sow and an artificial handout. This goes completely against the evolutionary rules and changes the game in ways nobody’s thought through to conclusion. If not curtailed I can envision a bright future with females serving a sole purpose as brood stock pumping out sprogs that will be supported and raised by the state. These prototypes are already doing this today. Feminism yay! Male offspring will resemble the ghetto negro males of today, state-raised and socialized, superfluous except for the time necessary for impregnation of the brood sows, otherwise fed, clothed, and housed by the state in large fenced dormitories. The only reason whites are lagging in this new evolution (70%+ vs 30%) is that we aren’t as superfluous as the negro males and our labor output is necessary to keep the system working. We’re just a few decades into this new model, imagine where we’ll be in another century or two when automation makes 70% or 90% of us superfluous.

    • Agree: MikeatMikedotMike
    • Replies: @Jay Fink
    @Stan d Mute

    As single motherhood increases among whites will the children show the same social pathologies as the black kids raised by the welfare state? My guess is no, not to the same degree. We are products of both our biology and enviornment. Instead of becoming thugs, many whites raised by single moms and no father will go to the opposite extreme and become soft or gay.

    In 1994 I was friend zoned by a (very attractive) white woman who wanted to become pregnant. She said she was going to the club and having sex with tbe best looking guy she can find. To my shock this is exactly what she did. She supported her son with welfare and help from her mother (who she really took advantage of). The son had no father figure at all yet instead of becoming a thug or criminal he grew up to become a flamboyant gay (I see his posts on Facebook).

    I was raised by a domineering, divorced mother. I hardly ever saw my father. While I didn't become gay I am definitely the soft nice guy type. I don't think I was genetically capable of becoming a violent thug no matter what enviornment I was raised in.

    , @RadicalCenter
    @Stan d Mute

    Sound observations, Stan, I'd just say that it probably won't take nearly a hundred years for increased automation / robotics to eliminate many millions of current jobs in the USA alone.

    Just losing a chunk of trucker and taxi/Uber/Lyft jobs to self-driving vehicles will badly hurt many families who often don't have decent employment alternatives, and hurt the economy and society accordingly. They can't all work for Starbucks, become social workers, or sell each other ever-appreciating houses.

  71. @Audacious Epigone
    @Tyrion 2

    He is a younger John Kerry in a lot of ways.

    Replies: @Tyrion 2

    John Kerry is living the life. He did lose to GWB in the election but he has had a string of sweet jobs since where he gets supplicated to by people all over the world, despite possessing little talent, and has fun doing stuff like windsurfing.

    He may be a cuck for “his people” but he sure ain’t one for John Kerry.

    He could make a less than handsome lead in an anti-hero film with no redemption and no moral comeuppance.

  72. @Stan d Mute
    @Tyrion 2


    I could accept the idea that he hates white people, but I still lean to labelling him resentful instead.
     
    What exactly is the difference between being resentful of and in a white nation and hating whites on purely racial terms?

    Replies: @Tyrion 2

    They’re differently coloured emotions; whose varied hues I don’t have the talent to describe.

    https://www.takimag.com/article/the-temptation-to-resent/

    The point is though that they will likely have different long-term results and come from a different place.

    • Replies: @Stan d Mute
    @Tyrion 2


    They’re differently coloured emotions; whose varied hues I don’t have the talent to describe.
     
    I think you have ample verbal facility, the problem is that “racism” doesn’t really exist as it’s defined by leftists (and we’ve allowed leftists to define all our words haven’t we?). People don’t hate because of a color scheme. Nobody I have ever met thinks dark brown Indians are the same as dark brown negroes, nor do they harbor the same dislike for them. The enmity is based on behavior (in our case) and humiliation/resentment (in the case of the imported primitives). The race is just a simple tool for differentiation and categorization no? I don’t dislike dwarves for being dwarves, I dislike that their noses are always in my business and they provide me no benefits while they’re down there sniffing around. Dwarves could be swell if they just grew taller or if their heads were a bit flatter on top and they performed a useful service at waist height.

    And it’s the same for race. Nobody hates the Jew because his nose is big, they hate because the Jew is smarter, more tribal, insists that he’s special, and constantly verbalizes his neuroses. Nobody hates the negro because his skin is brown, they hate because of his criminality, his irresponsible fecundity, his low intelligence, and his constant 95dB demands for gibs. Nobody hates whites because our veins are visible through our hides, they hate because we are now and have seemingly forever been more successful. All that makes this “racial” is that these traits apply to the majority of their respective racial groups. We would dislike these same traits in our own families, and do dislike them among our own tribes, race just makes it easier to identify those likely to possess such traits no?

    I’m not sure what point you attempt to make with your long-term vs short-term comment. What does one care for long term outcomes when one is getting his ass beaten by a dusky mob? Or when he tries his very best on a test yet every pale kid in the classroom gets a higher grade? With a 70 year lifespan of which perhaps 50 are cogent, what person thinks long-term anyway? That’s just about enough time to genocide the people you envy and take their stuff or to expel the people you think are destructive to all that you hold dear, no more. We can’t even seem to learn lessons from history 50 years ago so planning 50 years hence is clearly not in the cards for most.

    Replies: @Trevor H.

  73. @Tyrion 2
    @Stan d Mute

    They're differently coloured emotions; whose varied hues I don't have the talent to describe.

    https://www.takimag.com/article/the-temptation-to-resent/

    The point is though that they will likely have different long-term results and come from a different place.

    Replies: @Stan d Mute

    They’re differently coloured emotions; whose varied hues I don’t have the talent to describe.

    I think you have ample verbal facility, the problem is that “racism” doesn’t really exist as it’s defined by leftists (and we’ve allowed leftists to define all our words haven’t we?). People don’t hate because of a color scheme. Nobody I have ever met thinks dark brown Indians are the same as dark brown negroes, nor do they harbor the same dislike for them. The enmity is based on behavior (in our case) and humiliation/resentment (in the case of the imported primitives). The race is just a simple tool for differentiation and categorization no? I don’t dislike dwarves for being dwarves, I dislike that their noses are always in my business and they provide me no benefits while they’re down there sniffing around. Dwarves could be swell if they just grew taller or if their heads were a bit flatter on top and they performed a useful service at waist height.

    And it’s the same for race. Nobody hates the Jew because his nose is big, they hate because the Jew is smarter, more tribal, insists that he’s special, and constantly verbalizes his neuroses. Nobody hates the negro because his skin is brown, they hate because of his criminality, his irresponsible fecundity, his low intelligence, and his constant 95dB demands for gibs. Nobody hates whites because our veins are visible through our hides, they hate because we are now and have seemingly forever been more successful. All that makes this “racial” is that these traits apply to the majority of their respective racial groups. We would dislike these same traits in our own families, and do dislike them among our own tribes, race just makes it easier to identify those likely to possess such traits no?

    I’m not sure what point you attempt to make with your long-term vs short-term comment. What does one care for long term outcomes when one is getting his ass beaten by a dusky mob? Or when he tries his very best on a test yet every pale kid in the classroom gets a higher grade? With a 70 year lifespan of which perhaps 50 are cogent, what person thinks long-term anyway? That’s just about enough time to genocide the people you envy and take their stuff or to expel the people you think are destructive to all that you hold dear, no more. We can’t even seem to learn lessons from history 50 years ago so planning 50 years hence is clearly not in the cards for most.

    • Replies: @Trevor H.
    @Stan d Mute

    "They hate me because of the color of my skin" and its corollary "They only hate us because we're Jewish."

    Both (willfully) ignore culture and behavior and both (not coincidentally) absolve the putative victim of all responsibility and agency.

    Thereby inoculating them against any and all attempts to hold them accountable for anything they say or do. Thereby enabling and excusing all manner of crime, usually violent in the former case and financial in the latter.

  74. @Jay Fink
    @RadicalCenter

    The single moms of all ethnic backgrounds at my workplace are bragging about their refunds of $10,000. They are making bank by combining their EITC with Trump's (actually Marco Rubio's) doubled child tax credit. It's quite a reward for immoral behavior. This is on top of all the food stamps and other handouts they get. Their standard of living is much, much higher than their peers who work just as hard on the job but aren't eligible for all these goodies. It really is unfair.

    Replies: @Stan d Mute, @iffen, @RadicalCenter

    The EITC and child tax credit are two of our better welfare policies. I agree that it is arbitrary and unfair to many, but that’s the way government works. It could be improved by quintupling the income cut-off. The ideal solution is a restricted UBI. Little bureaucracy and absolute fairness, every citizen qualifies.

    • Replies: @Stan d Mute
    @iffen


    The EITC and child tax credit are two of our better welfare policies.
     
    Given the heritability of human traits, forcing me at gunpoint to support those incapable of supporting even themselves while they reproduce with wanton abandon is the definition of dysgenic tyranny.

    If this represents the best welfare policy then it argues conclusively for elimination of welfare.

    A rational policy would make having children a status symbol like owning an S-class Mercedes-Benz. People, the right sort of people, would aspire to have lots of kiddos while the malingering layabouts and incompetents would grouse until their non-productive genome went extinct.

    Replies: @iffen, @Mr. Rational

    , @Jay Fink
    @iffen

    I would prefer to eliminate the social safety net for the young able bodied. But if we are going to have one, your idea of every citizen qualifying sounds fair (if not extremely expensive). I would prefer that to the current system that heavily caters towards unwed mothers.

  75. @anon
    This could be the election that redpills a lot of left wing Bernie bro types. When Sanders goes down, make no mistake about it, it will be because he's a white male. It won't be his policies, it will be his race and sex. From that moment forward, it will be clear whites, especially men, have no place in the democrat party.

    Replies: @iffen

    it will be clear whites, especially men, have no place in the democrat party.

    This is already reasonably clear, but we all have an information threshold. Supposedly there is a “populist” fraction still in the Democratic Party. If this election peels them off, or at least moves them out for the next election cycle, “we” could muddle along for a few more decades.

  76. @iffen
    @Jay Fink

    The EITC and child tax credit are two of our better welfare policies. I agree that it is arbitrary and unfair to many, but that's the way government works. It could be improved by quintupling the income cut-off. The ideal solution is a restricted UBI. Little bureaucracy and absolute fairness, every citizen qualifies.

    Replies: @Stan d Mute, @Jay Fink

    The EITC and child tax credit are two of our better welfare policies.

    Given the heritability of human traits, forcing me at gunpoint to support those incapable of supporting even themselves while they reproduce with wanton abandon is the definition of dysgenic tyranny.

    If this represents the best welfare policy then it argues conclusively for elimination of welfare.

    A rational policy would make having children a status symbol like owning an S-class Mercedes-Benz. People, the right sort of people, would aspire to have lots of kiddos while the malingering layabouts and incompetents would grouse until their non-productive genome went extinct.

    • Replies: @iffen
    @Stan d Mute

    Even from here, Stan, I can hear your mother crying.

    , @Mr. Rational
    @Stan d Mute


    A rational policy would make having children a status symbol like owning an S-class Mercedes-Benz.
     
    It already is.  Among the black and brown hordes who are good for little or nothing else.

    Reversing this is going to require that most people not be PERMITTED to have children unless they have certain qualifications, and as I recall the SCOTUS outlawed involuntary sterilization some years ago in a case involving Puerto Rican welfare queens being sterilized by OB-GYNs in New York.  Even mandatory Norplant or Depo-Provera is likely going to run afoul of that precedent.
  77. @Stan d Mute
    @Tyrion 2


    They’re differently coloured emotions; whose varied hues I don’t have the talent to describe.
     
    I think you have ample verbal facility, the problem is that “racism” doesn’t really exist as it’s defined by leftists (and we’ve allowed leftists to define all our words haven’t we?). People don’t hate because of a color scheme. Nobody I have ever met thinks dark brown Indians are the same as dark brown negroes, nor do they harbor the same dislike for them. The enmity is based on behavior (in our case) and humiliation/resentment (in the case of the imported primitives). The race is just a simple tool for differentiation and categorization no? I don’t dislike dwarves for being dwarves, I dislike that their noses are always in my business and they provide me no benefits while they’re down there sniffing around. Dwarves could be swell if they just grew taller or if their heads were a bit flatter on top and they performed a useful service at waist height.

    And it’s the same for race. Nobody hates the Jew because his nose is big, they hate because the Jew is smarter, more tribal, insists that he’s special, and constantly verbalizes his neuroses. Nobody hates the negro because his skin is brown, they hate because of his criminality, his irresponsible fecundity, his low intelligence, and his constant 95dB demands for gibs. Nobody hates whites because our veins are visible through our hides, they hate because we are now and have seemingly forever been more successful. All that makes this “racial” is that these traits apply to the majority of their respective racial groups. We would dislike these same traits in our own families, and do dislike them among our own tribes, race just makes it easier to identify those likely to possess such traits no?

    I’m not sure what point you attempt to make with your long-term vs short-term comment. What does one care for long term outcomes when one is getting his ass beaten by a dusky mob? Or when he tries his very best on a test yet every pale kid in the classroom gets a higher grade? With a 70 year lifespan of which perhaps 50 are cogent, what person thinks long-term anyway? That’s just about enough time to genocide the people you envy and take their stuff or to expel the people you think are destructive to all that you hold dear, no more. We can’t even seem to learn lessons from history 50 years ago so planning 50 years hence is clearly not in the cards for most.

    Replies: @Trevor H.

    “They hate me because of the color of my skin” and its corollary “They only hate us because we’re Jewish.”

    Both (willfully) ignore culture and behavior and both (not coincidentally) absolve the putative victim of all responsibility and agency.

    Thereby inoculating them against any and all attempts to hold them accountable for anything they say or do. Thereby enabling and excusing all manner of crime, usually violent in the former case and financial in the latter.

  78. @Stan d Mute
    @iffen


    The EITC and child tax credit are two of our better welfare policies.
     
    Given the heritability of human traits, forcing me at gunpoint to support those incapable of supporting even themselves while they reproduce with wanton abandon is the definition of dysgenic tyranny.

    If this represents the best welfare policy then it argues conclusively for elimination of welfare.

    A rational policy would make having children a status symbol like owning an S-class Mercedes-Benz. People, the right sort of people, would aspire to have lots of kiddos while the malingering layabouts and incompetents would grouse until their non-productive genome went extinct.

    Replies: @iffen, @Mr. Rational

    Even from here, Stan, I can hear your mother crying.

  79. @Stan d Mute
    @iffen


    The EITC and child tax credit are two of our better welfare policies.
     
    Given the heritability of human traits, forcing me at gunpoint to support those incapable of supporting even themselves while they reproduce with wanton abandon is the definition of dysgenic tyranny.

    If this represents the best welfare policy then it argues conclusively for elimination of welfare.

    A rational policy would make having children a status symbol like owning an S-class Mercedes-Benz. People, the right sort of people, would aspire to have lots of kiddos while the malingering layabouts and incompetents would grouse until their non-productive genome went extinct.

    Replies: @iffen, @Mr. Rational

    A rational policy would make having children a status symbol like owning an S-class Mercedes-Benz.

    It already is.  Among the black and brown hordes who are good for little or nothing else.

    Reversing this is going to require that most people not be PERMITTED to have children unless they have certain qualifications, and as I recall the SCOTUS outlawed involuntary sterilization some years ago in a case involving Puerto Rican welfare queens being sterilized by OB-GYNs in New York.  Even mandatory Norplant or Depo-Provera is likely going to run afoul of that precedent.

  80. @Jay Fink
    @SunBakedSuburb

    You are too pessimistic. Harris isn't charismatic and will be perceived as too radical. I could easily see her losing independents. Trump would beat her.

    Replies: @RadicalCenter, @SunBakedSuburb

    I hope you’re right.

  81. @iffen
    @Jay Fink

    The EITC and child tax credit are two of our better welfare policies. I agree that it is arbitrary and unfair to many, but that's the way government works. It could be improved by quintupling the income cut-off. The ideal solution is a restricted UBI. Little bureaucracy and absolute fairness, every citizen qualifies.

    Replies: @Stan d Mute, @Jay Fink

    I would prefer to eliminate the social safety net for the young able bodied. But if we are going to have one, your idea of every citizen qualifying sounds fair (if not extremely expensive). I would prefer that to the current system that heavily caters towards unwed mothers.

  82. @Stan d Mute
    @Jay Fink


    The single moms of all ethnic backgrounds at my workplace are bragging about their refunds of $10,000 ... It really is unfair.
     
    It strikes us as unfair because it is unnatural and dysgenic. We evolved to thrive best with a mother and father, not a breeding sow and an artificial handout. This goes completely against the evolutionary rules and changes the game in ways nobody’s thought through to conclusion. If not curtailed I can envision a bright future with females serving a sole purpose as brood stock pumping out sprogs that will be supported and raised by the state. These prototypes are already doing this today. Feminism yay! Male offspring will resemble the ghetto negro males of today, state-raised and socialized, superfluous except for the time necessary for impregnation of the brood sows, otherwise fed, clothed, and housed by the state in large fenced dormitories. The only reason whites are lagging in this new evolution (70%+ vs 30%) is that we aren’t as superfluous as the negro males and our labor output is necessary to keep the system working. We’re just a few decades into this new model, imagine where we’ll be in another century or two when automation makes 70% or 90% of us superfluous.

    Replies: @Jay Fink, @RadicalCenter

    As single motherhood increases among whites will the children show the same social pathologies as the black kids raised by the welfare state? My guess is no, not to the same degree. We are products of both our biology and enviornment. Instead of becoming thugs, many whites raised by single moms and no father will go to the opposite extreme and become soft or gay.

    In 1994 I was friend zoned by a (very attractive) white woman who wanted to become pregnant. She said she was going to the club and having sex with tbe best looking guy she can find. To my shock this is exactly what she did. She supported her son with welfare and help from her mother (who she really took advantage of). The son had no father figure at all yet instead of becoming a thug or criminal he grew up to become a flamboyant gay (I see his posts on Facebook).

    I was raised by a domineering, divorced mother. I hardly ever saw my father. While I didn’t become gay I am definitely the soft nice guy type. I don’t think I was genetically capable of becoming a violent thug no matter what enviornment I was raised in.

  83. 3065248

    If you don’t drop them on their heads or lock them in the basement, “parenting” is of no importance.

    • Replies: @iffen
    @iffen

    “parenting” is of no importance.


    "parenting" is of little importance.

  84. @Tyrion 2
    We live in the age where Green Book wins the Best Picture Oscar for a story where a white man overcomes his racism and gains a small sense of redemption in his friendship with his black employer, but this storyline actually turns out to be "problematic" to the "woke" crowd who think that no such redemption is possible and that the white character should have been crushed and humiliated instead.

    This is indicative of the broader fact that a small fraction of the Democratic coalition will vote for whomever they think will do lots of damage to the country as it will bring low as many white people as possible.

    Indeed this seems to be a fair description of the politics of about half of people who would describe themselves as "woke". I don't imagine that they're more than 5% of the population but they are very loud. So that's ok for Bernie as he can find other primary votes, also, I imagine, the more Republicans say that Bernie will wreck the US economy the more this deeply racist and resentful contingent will be happy to vote for him.

    If Bernie does though get jettisoned for not being willing to engage in anti-white hatred then that will be a big development.

    Replies: @ogunsiron

    This is indicative of the broader fact that a small fraction of the Democratic coalition will vote for whomever they think will do lots of damage to the country as it will bring low as many white people as possible

    Is is that small a fraction of the dem base? It’s been recently shown (by our host, I think) that black americans were among the most enthusiastic supporters of mass immigration. Does it help them? Not really. Mass migration of indians, arabs and mestizos will hurt blacks certainly. Mass african migration will result in the importation of an elite, bc it will be the african elites who will come and even if those elites are avg IQ105 (nothing special) that’s smarter than american blacks. American blacks are already getting squeezed out of affirmative action slots by black immigrants. So mass migration won’t help blacks in any way but it will hurt and annoy Whites and that’s what matters.

  85. @216
    @SafeNow

    The culture of (urban) coastal Asians is significantly different than the culture of rural whites that are the GOP's strongest voters. Credentialism, Environmentalism and Religion are major stumbling blocks. US whites are among the most individualist people on the planet, in contrast to much more collectivist Asians. From the perspective of a moderate Asian voter, rural whites killing themselves via addiction does not engender fear or sympathy, in produces contempt. When you see your immigrant cousins becoming middle class after arriving with little, you tend not to be sympathetic to those Rural/Rust Belt whites complaining about "China" rather than taking the Kevin Williamson option.

    Replies: @UrbaneFrancoOntarian

    3rd world peoples respect one thing – strength. Urban whites are generally weak. Rural whites in Canada are still managing to not kill themselves and do too many drugs (better safety net) and are strong. But we have no control, or money for that matter to affect much change.

    It’s also a question of how much longer rural whites in Canada can hold out. Drugs are starting to become a problem in some rural areas too.

    As Adolph Hitler said: No race has a right to exist. The race that fights for its interests is the one that will thrive. The race that doesn’t fight for itself will cease to exist quickly.

  86. @iffen
    If you don't drop them on their heads or lock them in the basement, "parenting" is of no importance.

    Replies: @iffen

    “parenting” is of no importance.

    “parenting” is of little importance.

  87. @Jay Fink
    @RadicalCenter

    The single moms of all ethnic backgrounds at my workplace are bragging about their refunds of $10,000. They are making bank by combining their EITC with Trump's (actually Marco Rubio's) doubled child tax credit. It's quite a reward for immoral behavior. This is on top of all the food stamps and other handouts they get. Their standard of living is much, much higher than their peers who work just as hard on the job but aren't eligible for all these goodies. It really is unfair.

    Replies: @Stan d Mute, @iffen, @RadicalCenter

    Yes, I wholeheartedly agree with you, Jay. That’s not the result of a sizeable child tax credit, though; it’s the result of making the child tax credit or EITC “refundable.”

    Make them both non-“refundable” and that problem is substantially ameliorated (if not eliminated altogether).

    Conversely, my wife and I work hard and are raising a fair-sized brood of young children — including one born just now, thank you God! — and we pay plenty of federal and state income tax. Thus, we benefit from the doubled child tax credit, and we don’t think that’s unfair or bad policy in the least.

    (As an aside, without the doubling of the child tax credit and the addition of our latest child, we apparently would have had a federal income tax INcrease under the Trump/Republican plan. That’s not what either of us want, eh? 🙂

  88. @Tyrion 2
    @RadicalCenter


    Since I’ve been physically assaulted by two African-“Americans” in my life and both uttered hateful anti-white comments during the attack, and I’ve personally witnessed and intervened to help stop an African viciously beating an innocent white man only blocks from where we live, I’d say that your experience doesn’t match mine at all in this regard.
     
    I've had racial abuse on a number of occasions from black people in the UK. I even had anti-Semitic comments from one, but she was dumb, had no idea what she talking about, and had obviously never met a Jew.

    I've also had some attempts at physical intimidation and an attempted mugging. I just don't think that any of these were really from ethnic animosity and that the attempting perpetrators were all just a bit feral, or, in the case of the innocently ignorant women, she also thought a lot of other bizarre stuff.

    I know there is a greater degree of animosity in the States, but I feel that poor behaviour can often be taken to be racial when it is not, even if racial epithets are used.

    Amusingly, the most obvious instance was when 2 black girls shamed another for correctly identifying Black Panther as mediocre. They seriously claimed they "took her black card". I told them the black card must mark people out as infantile then. They looked confused. I guess "infantile" is not an especially common word...

    Generally I found black Americans to be extremely friendly, especially the slim younger women, but then slim, young women are often friendly to exotic men their own age who speak politely and confidently to them.

    My worst experience was being submitted to a torrent of abuse on Facebook for suggesting, to a somewhat black progressive immigrant type, that they might prefer loyalty to their welcoming compatriots and not the rest of the world instead. For that I was called a "racist", "bigot", "privileged liar etc. It was then I realised that these are certainly no longer more than mere political swear words. I could accept the idea that he hates white people, but I still lean to labelling him resentful instead.

    Replies: @Stan d Mute, @RadicalCenter

    Thanks for your thoughtful response.

    I have to maintain, though, that physical attack combined with expressly white-hating comments, can only reasonably by ascribed to exactly the racial animosity that the attackers themselves expressed, not just the attackers’ general belligerence, stupidity, or lack of impulse control. What more proof could we want than the attacker TELLING us that the victim’s race is part of his motive?

  89. @Stan d Mute
    @Jay Fink


    The single moms of all ethnic backgrounds at my workplace are bragging about their refunds of $10,000 ... It really is unfair.
     
    It strikes us as unfair because it is unnatural and dysgenic. We evolved to thrive best with a mother and father, not a breeding sow and an artificial handout. This goes completely against the evolutionary rules and changes the game in ways nobody’s thought through to conclusion. If not curtailed I can envision a bright future with females serving a sole purpose as brood stock pumping out sprogs that will be supported and raised by the state. These prototypes are already doing this today. Feminism yay! Male offspring will resemble the ghetto negro males of today, state-raised and socialized, superfluous except for the time necessary for impregnation of the brood sows, otherwise fed, clothed, and housed by the state in large fenced dormitories. The only reason whites are lagging in this new evolution (70%+ vs 30%) is that we aren’t as superfluous as the negro males and our labor output is necessary to keep the system working. We’re just a few decades into this new model, imagine where we’ll be in another century or two when automation makes 70% or 90% of us superfluous.

    Replies: @Jay Fink, @RadicalCenter

    Sound observations, Stan, I’d just say that it probably won’t take nearly a hundred years for increased automation / robotics to eliminate many millions of current jobs in the USA alone.

    Just losing a chunk of trucker and taxi/Uber/Lyft jobs to self-driving vehicles will badly hurt many families who often don’t have decent employment alternatives, and hurt the economy and society accordingly. They can’t all work for Starbucks, become social workers, or sell each other ever-appreciating houses.

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