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The U.S. Supreme Court will make history this summer if it overturns the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision that imposed unrestricted abortion nation-wide. The leaked draft of the opinion sent pro-abortion Leftists into foaming fits and has dominated news coverage all week. But this mightn’t be the only historic decision the court makes in the near future. Immigration and Affirmative Action are also pending cases. Thanks to the emergent American Kritarchy, SCOTUS now holds the fate of the country in its hands. Donald Trump’s appointees could either deliver decisions that put America and the Historic American Nation First—or capitulate to communist threats and intimidation.

The most immediate immigration case SCOTUS is considering: the challenge to “Remain in Mexico,” which Trump established to make “asylum” seekers wait outside the country while their applications are processed. It’s a proven deterrent to illegal immigration and keeps dubious asylum seekers—90 percent of them—out of America [Migrant Protection Protocols, January 24, 2019]. Of course, President Biden wants to get rid of it. But a Trump-appointed judge overruled Biden’s attempt to scrap it last year, and this was upheld by three Republican-appointed judges on the Fifth Circuit. As it will in Roe, SCOTUS is expected to rule this summer [Supreme Court Struggles Over Biden’s Bid to End ‘Remain in Mexico’ Program, by Adam Liptak, New York Times, April 26, 2022]. SCOTUS will also hear cases about immigration enforcement, such as whether illegal aliens are eligible for bond hearings [Justices will revisit whether certain noncitizens in lengthy detention are entitled to bond hearings, by Shalini Bhargava Ray, SCOTUSblog, January 10, 2022].

SCOTUS might also hear a case involving Title 42 public-health expulsions. The implementation of that law, imposed by President Trump during the China Virus panic to keep carriers out of the country, is making its way through the lower courts. Last month, U.S. District Court Judge Robert Summerhays, a Trump appointee, halted Biden Regime’s plan to scrap it, leaving it open to further legal challenges [Biden administration plans to comply with court order to stop planning to lift Title 42, by Julia Ainsley, NBC News, April 26, 2022].

In light of the expected Roe v. Wade decision, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott wants to challenge the ruling in Plyler v. Doe, which requires public education for illegal-alien minors. “I think we will resurrect that case and challenge this issue again, because the expenses are extraordinary and the times are different than when Plyler v. Doe was issued many decades ago,” he told a radio host this week. Plyler v. Doe was a 1982 case where the Supreme Court struck down a Texas law that barred illegal-immigrant enrollment in public schools [The demise of Roe wouldn’t endanger school access, legal scholars say, by Moriah Balingit , Washington Post, May 6, 2022].

And some day, SCOTUS might take up Birthright Citizenship if Congress ends it, or if a Republican president does so via executive order, as Trump floated in 2018.

Beyond immigration, SCOTUS may also rule on other National Question issues. It has heard two challenges against racial preferences in university admissions this year, against Harvard University and the University of North Carolina, and so might issue a judgment on Affirmative Action. Plaintiffs allege the two colleges discriminate against whites and Asians with their admission preferences. The court’s decision could spell the end of racial quotas when it comes to university admissions [The Supreme Court adds Affirmative Action to its potential hit list, by Nina Totenberg, NPR, January 24, 2022].

Florida’s Stop WOKE Act might also come before the court. That bill prohibits teaching Critical Race Theory in schools and woke indoctrination training in the workplace. Left-wing activists have already filed a lawsuit against it [Minutes after bill is signed, lawsuit filed against DeSantis for ‘Stop WOKE Act, by Ana Goñi-Lessan, Tallahassee Democrat, April 22, 2022].

How might SCOTUS rule on these cases? Justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito are reliable conservatives who will rule for the Historic American Nation. Chief Justice John Roberts is unreliable. Thus Neil Gorsuch, Brett Kavanaugh, and Amy Coney Barrett will literally decide the fate of the nation.

Federal judges have seized control of immigration policy, a fact even the mainstream media admits. During the Trump years, some judges felt emboldened to read a non-existent Open Borders clause in the Constitution and overrule any attempts to strengthen border security or immigration enforcement. Yet during the Biden years, federal judges have proven to be allies to immigration patriots [Why Judges Are Basically in Charge of U.S. Immigration Policy Now, by Jasmine Aguilera, Time, May 4, 2022]. Kritarchy is real, and that’s why the opinions of nine judges matter so much to America’s future.

Out of Trump’s appointments, Kavanaugh is arguably the best on immigration. He already had a solid record on the issue prior to his appointment. As a circuit judge, he defended American workers from foreign competitors and opposed the participation of illegals in union elections. He has maintained a respectable record as an associate justice. He voted against the court’s blocking Trump’s elimination of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, against striking down Trump’s proposed census citizenship question, voted for Trump’s tougher asylum rules, and voted for allowing Trump to use Pentagon appropriations to build a border wall.

Conversely, on immigration Gorsuch is probably the worst Trump appointment. Unlike Kavanaugh, he had a suspect record before joining the high court, with a reputation for ruling in favor of noncitizens against immigration enforcement. He says his immigrant wife (from England!) influences his views on the subject.

Gorsuch hasn’t really improved on SCOTUS. In 2018, he was the deciding vote to block a Trump measure that would have eased the deportation of illegals. In 2021, he wrote the opinion that sided with an illegal alien who had multiple deportation notices. Apparently, the deportation notices weren’t clear enough. Justice Kavanaugh called the conclusion “perplexing as a matter of statutory interpretation and common sense.”

Amy Coney Barrett agreed with Gorsuch on the case. Overall, Barrett has less of a record than the two other appointees. Before coming to the high court, the Center for Immigration Studies praised her for upholding the law [Those Favoring Judicial Activism on Immigration Will Likely Be Disappointed With a Justice Barrett, Center for Immigration Studies, October 5, 2020]. The 2021 case is one of the few times she’s made a substantial decision as an associate justice. She appears better than Gorsuch, but looks can be deceiving. She adopted two Haitian immigrants and says they affect her view of the law. At her confirmation hearing, she recalled crying with her adopted daughter over George Floyd and argued that “racism” is a huge problem in America. If Barrett cries about a career criminal who died of a fentanyl overdose, and proclaims racism an ever-present problem, she might just think American white kids must be taught to hate themselves.

As for Gorsuch and Kavanaugh, they are averse to racial preferences [Gorsuch, Kavanaugh, Barrett Offer Few Clues on Affirmative Action’s Future, by Marcia Coyle,, January 24, 2022]. Then again, Kavanaugh does have something of a soft spot, or soft head, when it comes to “racism.” He recently said the full benefits of American citizenship should be granted to residents of American territories due to the “racist” reasons for denying citizenship in the past. Leftist journalists argue that this reasoning is quite close to Critical Race Theory [Neil Gorsuch Has a Critical Race Theory About Puerto Rico, by Matt Ford, New Republic, April 27, 2022]. has bitter personal reasons to be skeptical of the courage of the Supreme Court. Moreover, it has ducked before, on Obamacare and on litigation arising from the 2020 election, especially Texas vs. Pennsylvania.

Still, SCOTUS may be poised to rule favorably for the Historic American Nation. Leftists are really worried that the Supremes will force Biden to enforce immigration laws and, even worse, gut Affirmative Action.

So now, with Roe v. Wade headed for the dustbin, the conservative legal movement must make immigration patriotism, Affirmative Action, and opposing CRT the new litmus tests for conservative judges.

We can’t hope to make America great again with judges who cry over black thugs who threaten pregnant women with guns.

Washington Watcher II [Email him] is an anonymous D.C. insider.

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  1. Senator Liz Warren said something to the effect, “Gay marriage, inter-racial marriage are next”; Breitbart called that “insane”, because no Republican wants to ban inter-racial marriage – but, of course, Breitbart is wrong and Warren is right, in the sense that, if Justices are serious about so-called ‘Constitutionalism’, it’s not hard to figure out there’s NOTHING in the Constitution which prohibits segregation.

    • Agree: sher singh
  2. This is the setup to court packing.

    The Left will argue in the name of “fairness” that there isn’t an Asian, a male Homosexual or a Lesbian on the court. You can’t add just three to get 12 Justices and potentially cause tie votes on a lot of cases, so 4 will be the magic number. One each of the above (with credentials to the left of AOC) plus another generic liberal black would do the trick. A guaranteed 7-6 majority on any case.

  3. If true it’s a one shot thing and doesn’t actually change anything. Don’t get your hopes up.
    Red states will continue to restrict abortion.
    Blue states will continue to celebrate killing babies.
    Maybe north Dakota will ban abortions but Noone will care.
    This isn’t a trend, it’s just another distraction.
    However I don’t want to diminish the joy of taking this sacred object away from the infanticide crowd. That’s just funny to watch.

    • Replies: @Vergissmeinnicht
  4. Lisa says:

    Under Alito’s own reasoning in his leaked Roe draft, the gay “marriage” decision also qualifies as terrible reasoning, manifest error, and unconstitutional. Same sex “marriage” is 1) not based in history and American tradition (or in the history of civilization for that matter) 2) was entirely politically-driven when most states had never entertained this fantasy 3) the constitution is silent on it, and hence marriage from common law on was always properly understood to be rightly regulated by the states–a union between one man and one woman for the good of society, the propagation and rearing of children, and the stability of the family 4) Until the 70’s and San Franciso politics, homosexual acts were considered serious psychological disorders and depraved behavior. This decision too was thrust upon the people, stuffed down their throats, exactly like Roe. I think it was a 5/4 decision (I think, or close) not a ringing endorsement, and this monstrosity is also deeply divisive. If the founding fathers knew that our constitution had been twisted to justify this, they would rise out of their graves. If there is any objectivity or intellectual honesty left in the world this too will be challenged. Of course, as I see very day, most people are too cowardly to even mention it.

    • Agree: Jim Christian
  5. TG says:

    Color me skeptical.

    The ruling elites LOVE this flurry of concern about abortion, it’s distracting the proles from the real deal which is open borders and invasion of third world refugees. I think this whole thing was deliberate. I don’t think that SCOTUS is on the side of the American people.

    Will SCOTUS overturn rulings on immigration? Very unlikely: the ruling elites love cheap labor. CRT etc? Nah, the ruling elites love playing divide and conquer.

    Not that long ago the Ivory Coast was a fairly prosperous country. We can’t have high wages! Think of the profits! So the rich imported massive numbers of immigrants as a source of cheap labor. By the time that this immigration policy had about doubled the population, the resulting poverty tore the country apart into a bloody civil war. Last I checked, the immigrant faction had won. So consider the native Ivorians, having lost their prosperity, their peace, their country, and looking ahead to slow extermination by the now-dominant immigrant population, how much solace should they take from past completely empty and insincere promises of politicians for or against abortion?

  6. @KeaponLaffin

    It changes a lot: it means abortion is no longer a ‘right’, i.e., the states can now ban in completely if they so want to (under Roe v. Wade, they could only restrict it in cases such as late-term abortion and the like) and, it seems, some states might not only ban it but also classify women – and their physicians – who have had an abortion as murderers.

    But, of course, since it’s up to the states, in blue states, abortion will continue to be legal, perhaps even ‘post-birth abortion’! And, who knows, also publicly-funded!

    • Replies: @profnasty
  7. It’s not about Abortion

    The Constitution of America was the single greatest document ever written. It is the people’s guarantee democracy will live. It is what made America great. America’s greatness became the envy of the rest of the4 world and the reason so many evil people made it their life work to destroy it.

    In order to destroy America it must destroy the Constitution. To do that, it must prove it principles wrong and convince American citizens it is wrong—IE: right to bear arms, freedom of speech, the right to protest, right to life (inalienable right to life), and more. It is United States Constitution that protects everyone’s rights to live the life style or practice their religion of choice. The destruction of the Constitution will be the loss of guarantee of the quality of our life.

    The reversal of Roe vs. Wade is not about abortion. Women will still be able to obtain abortion if need be. It is about following the rule of the Constitution. The Roe vs. Wade statement by Justice Alito is an eloquent defense of our CONSTITUTION. It assures America that it can continue to feel safe as our Constitution remains protected so it can protect us. The politicians inciting anger and violent protest over the potential decision of SCOTUS are doing so upon a lie and are betraying the many good intentioned but ignorant protesters converting them into “useful idiots”. They’re protesting in the belief they are fighting for their freedom while not understanding or knowing that by attempting to force the SCOTUS to maintain the Roe vs. Wade decision, they are losing their freedoms. Slowly and often wrongfully our profound Constitution is altered. The people may lose more rights until one day they wake up and learn they have no rights. IE: the parents debate with the school board regarding what or what not can be taught to their children.

    Therefore, Politicians inciting these stupid protests and the protesters whose intentions are good are agents of the evil that is trying to destroy America and turn it into another sad and miserable communist country that you didn’t want to happen and don’t know how stop. Stop being their “USEFUL IDIOTS.”

  8. I say let them kill the kibblers.

    If black women and globo-whores wanna kill their kids, what’s not to like?

    • Replies: @Abbott Hall
  9. @American Citizen

    I think what you say has merit, AC.

    Personally, I cannot stand the little fruit fly known as Senator Marco Rubio, as his inveterate attachment to zionists, Israel, and all things JSI is simply nauseating. But despite my personal dislike for the man, I always try to put aside my feelings and listen, however briefly, to what is being said, rather than simply dismissing out of hand everything he proposes or suggests. I try to do this with everyone. It is called keeping an open mind.

    Thus, while his idea of a constitutional amendment to “Enshrine the Nine” as the permanent, constitutionally mandated number of justices would ultimately likely fail for a variety of reasons, I must say that I am in total agreement with him on this issue, and would actively support his efforts in that regard, should he and others actually, vigorously pursue such a difficult, nay, Sisyphean course:

    (Btw, I realize the phrase describing the movement is “Keep Nine”, but I think “Enshrine the Nine” has a somewhat better ring to it.)

  10. nsa says:

    You have “rights”…..9 shysters in robes say so.

    • Agree: Bro43rd
  11. @Therese Daniels

    You mean the Bill of Rights, actually. The Constitution was destroyed with the Act of 1871 among other causes…ever see the yellow fringe on the US flag? Admiralty law, doncha know… Ben Franklin (a Freemason and Hellfire Club member) claimed “a republic, if you can keep it.” In other words, this country was set up by its Freemasonic leadership to self-destruct. Which it has.

    • Agree: Towey
  12. I think women are pretty fvcking tired of strangers and Govts fighting over control of their bodies. Their bodies are a sovereign nation and should be treated as such – unless they possess a fetus at an age of viability outside the womb – then there is more to consider and other laws/limits are involved. Which is how RvW is constructed, with limits. Contrary to the author describing that it permitted “unrestricted access”. That is bogus.

    I’m not even addressing the issue of over-turning RvW and giving it to the states. It’s more the irritation of the 95% of ignoramuses* who don’t even understand how basic reproduction works or that approx one third of all pregnancies self-terminate so, it is correct to refer to a fetus as a potential life and that over 90% of abortions in the USA occur at under 13 weeks. But, the millions of ignorant insist upon having and spewing emotion-laden opinions void of basic facts. It’s a clown show.

    Meanwhile, no one on the Right assigns any responsibility or restrictions to the guy that impregnated her. HE, who had the easiest means to prevent the pregnancy but, he couldn’t be bothered which is pure negligence. Thought experiment: Since he is equally responsible, what legal limitations should be placed on him for 9 months if a woman with an unintended pregnancy became a physical ward of the state during that period and had no choices? No one ever speaks of accountability and limitations being place on him. Time for that to change.

    * An epic example of an ignoramus. Dr. Mehmet Oz, currently running for the US Senate, from PA. The guy is a freaking Doctor and listen to what he claimed. He said “life begins at conception”…that is his demarcation point. Hello, fruitcake? It is not known when conception occurs that is why baby Docs estimate it! Conception takes place over a period of days and isn’t complete until a fertilized egg has made it to the uterus and successfully implanted into the uterine wall. No text message gets sent alerting her that the conception stage is complete.

    Next, if you define an absolute aspect to something (if it could be pinpointed) then why would he follow with, “That’s how I feel”. Your feelings have nothing to do with it or today being May 11, 2022, it just is, and the calendar doesn’t care about your feelings. The Senate doesn’t need more ignorant, panhandling relics like him.

    • Agree: Gore 2004
    • LOL: Emslander
  13. You know that you are dealing with a dead-beat racist when you see the ‘China Virus’ garbage. I certainly hope that the SCOTUS Sanhedrin led by ‘Nasi’ (ain’t it the truth!) Ailito do decide that the USA is fifty states, not one country, because that will be the Fort Sumter moment for the Second Civil War, and, hopefully, the breakup of the country.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  14. @Therese Daniels

    A message from Cloud Cuckoo Land. Exceptionalism does not come more rabid.

  15. Ron Unz will be sad if the USA doesn’t allow all his beloved Mexicans to come at will. He loves immigration. Read his ten thousand page essays if you can fathom what the hell he is trying to say about immigration. Of course, Unz doesn’t seem to get that immigration isn’t just his happy lawn care Mexicans in his dump of a state. But it is from around the world… He seems to hail the failure of White Nationalism… So he must be happy with the 18 K a month that are going to enter via Bribem’s encouragement. But if the SCOTUS tries to change all that Im sure corporations will find some other way to let the hordes come. So don’t worry Ronnie!

    • Agree: Emslander
    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    , @ricpic
  16. @TG

    Labour market policies in Ivory Coast sound very like the practises of Rightwing regimes in Austfailia. Nothing raises their dander like a pay rise for the proles.

  17. @TG

    The prosperity Ivory Coast enjoyed was strictly limited to the region of Abidjan. The rest of the country was managed liked conquered territory in the same way, without the slightest variation, as the French Empire (AOF) had done, mostly through a feudal system coupled with one of bribes.

    The importation of immigrants was not something the filthy rich did in Ivory Coast (the rich proper preferred hiring French and American manpower, which was not too dear when fresh graduated, for all really serious technical matters like aviation or big computer systems ; even the party girls hired by the rich were preferably French or American, as well as the nurses and secretaries, since their Ivory Coast born counterparts were less productive than American Blacks and the local Black elite always buy White Barbie dolls to their children ; their second choice for efficient and competent middle level manpower were Lebanese). The importation of manpower from poorer African regions or countries was something done by absolutely everybody in the Abidjan region as soon as they had got out of absolute poverty, to do all menial jobs (or replace them in their official one), much prior to before buying a car, an air-conditioner, enjoying French cuisine, paying studies to the sons. The first desire of anybody enjoying success, however paltry, was ceasing to do any effort, no matter physical or intellectual, by entrusting it to slaves and duly charmed friends, and also providing free sex experiences to the youngsters without breaking the family. As for the other neighbouring countries themselves, they generally considered Ivorians the most unintelligent (and ridiculously conceited) people along the whole coast of West Africa, and this lack of intelligence was confirmed by tests as well as by the less than mediocre scholarly results in the European, Russian and Canadian schools they went to thanks to so many programmes of aid to development (unless, thanks to their great sociability and overspending habits, they befriended local White students to do most of their academic work).

    Actually that way of life they could have endured indefinitely as France and America definitely preferred to give special first-world-class material privileges to the most voluntarily stupid people of the region that would never look up and never engage into serious political discussions. It is rather God who got fed up the first personally. They grew so conceited to be first-world-like economically (but especially retarded intellectually even by African standards, and proudly so) that they enthused about their president for life’s project to build the biggest basilica of the whole Christendom, a rather servile replica at 1.5 bigger scale of Rome’s Saint-Peter’s. They were all certain they would become the whole Christendom’s capital country in lieu of Rome and overtake both France and Italy in riches per capita and world-wide cultural prestige thanks to the divine blessings from all other Christian nations such a monument would never fail to bring for eternity. But God opted for a very opposite destiny as soon as the monument was inaugurated and Pope John Paul had been invited to perform the ceremony.

    Don’t laugh : that happens with every single religion every single time they build the greatest monument of their cult in that specific materialistic intention. Judaism will soon make no exception when they build their infamous Third Temple of Jerusalem in the hope all the nations’ riches will accrue automatically thereby as per certain para-Biblical interpretation of theirs.

  18. @Therese Daniels

    No, the US Constitution is not the greatest political document ever written. The Constitution Stalin in person drew for USSR was, as a document on paper, even far more beautiful, it was said by all jurists to be the most democratic of the world and in the history of mankind. But both constitutions had something in common : they were primordially written not so much to be applied for real in their countries but in order to seduce the West-European, especially Parisian intelligentsia of their times and charm as many donors and volunteer entrepreneurs to follow suit, often at their great detriment : the best part of progressive France was economically ruined twice (before being militarily defeated due to their carelessness and sudden lack of economic ressources wasted thereby) due to such political experiments they had extolled as the greatest ever. The US Constitution was meant to hoodwink the progressive and individualistic entrepreneur-minded class of the world like the Stalinist Soviet one was meant to hoodwink the progressive technical workers and engineers of the world. The same Jews and Masons were at work in the production of both documents.

    The First Amendment, just to cite one, never resulted in the most open-minded country of the world it should have allowed to develop. It just resulted right away, according to the first Europeans who toured young America seriously, such as Tocqueville, into the totalitarian prevalence of that general reaction to all intellectual free expression “If you think you’re so bright, how come you’re not so rich?”. As Tocqueville and Stendhal (together with many others) noted, just after Jefferson had given the final touch to the edifice, that amendment did not end with censorship at all, it entrusted that activity to the private sector, which is way different. If you didn’t have the practical means (physical plant, financial credit and social networks) to publish that amendment didn’t apply to you but to your church and to your employer. As soon as you were on someone else’s premises it applied to the owner not to you. If you were a professor it applied to your teaching institution. That amendment was meant to allow an estate owner to exert absolute ideological control over the manpower employed by him. Very often he would make sure his manpower would be hired from the faithful of one particular church reputed to make people ideologically obedient. Therefore the power of censorship exerted today by Big Tech corporations is absolutely no game changer in view of the very intentions the writers of the First Amendment had really in mind, especially if you consider the very particular European school of though it claimed of : Voltaire in particular was vigorously opposed not only to all free expressions to workers and not so rich excentrics but to their access to higher education : he would defend that right for mandarins and oligarchs only, disposing of the material means of their free speech, as well of the acceptance of their peers. Jefferson was mostly Voltaire’s late continuation on the New Continent.

    • Replies: @anarchyst
  19. Karl1906 says:

    Calm down! This is only a distraction from the lost war in Ukraine and the Corona-hoax! Don’t fall for their shtick (again)!

    In recent years SCOTUS has proven to be weak and traiterous in ANY other regard. So don’t be fooled and think this may change. No, it will not. Biden doesn’t even need to put another 50 judges in place because the *9* will do just fine in their treasonous behaviour.

    Just wait for November and another round of “no standing” from SCOTUS when the Dems pull off YET ANOTHER voting fraud RIGHT BEFORE YOUR EYES. They did it before, they will do it again.

    SCOTUS is fully complicit and has become just another branch of the corrupted system that’s trying to enslave, rob and murder you.

    • Replies: @Robert Dolan
  20. Jayzerbee says:

    I find it unfortunate that so many readers just reject so many Americans because of differences which ultimately have made the US vibrant. I have read every explanation to justify why differences are rejected: commies; socialists; thugs; racial inferiority, disease and on and on. All of this reminds me of the Puritans who faced a universe in which sin was pervasive and one lived in total fear of divine retribution and hell.

    Oh well, and sorry to say, too many Americans live in their own hell today, and I guess wake up every morning looking at scapegoats. No doubt someone will accuse me of what is bringing the US “down.”
    Knock yourself out!

    • Replies: @Robert Dolan
  21. Ah, the good old slippery slope / camel nose theory.
    It may, however, be just the other way round: Give a (to them) tasty but (overall) cheap morsel to hardcore conservatives to pacify them a bit, then kick them all the harder about immigration etc. Taking a page out of Bismarck’s book: The aptly named Social and Socialist Laws both provided basic social security and all but outlawed socialist parties.

    Apart from that, @Priss Factor has a point: Whores, drug addicts, and generally sluts who are unable to cope with life should be sterilized rather than forced to bear children. This is not the 18th century when vast resources were untapped, intellectual fruit was hanging low, and the band that could muster more men would easily carry the day… this is the 21st, where quality matters. Let coons and junkies abort their unwanted spawn and support high-IQ white and yellow people who want to have families.

  22. @American Citizen

    Court packing can only happen if democrats not only win in November but increase their majority. This, to me, is why overturning Roe is so dangerous for republicans.

    The vast majority of pro-choice women would never demonstrate in front of the homes of SC justices. However, for many of them, keeping Roe in place is their most important issue. Polls show that a huge number of women Biden voters have grown disgusted with their party and were planning to vote republican this fall. But that might change if Roe is overturned.

    Republicans cannot afford to lose pro-choice women. Pro-life women were going to vote republican anyway. Overturning Roe is a high stakes gamble. If the Court strikes down Roe, Republicans may live to rue the day that it was declared unconstitutional.

    • Agree: Mustapha Mond
    • Disagree: Emslander
  23. Thanks yet again, Ron Unz, for featuring another important VDare writer. As an “insider”, per his bio, WWII writes the inside stories of the politics of the MOST IMPORTANT ISSUE America has been facing, the immigration invasion. I hope nobody minds this link to his writing there.

    As with so many of the other powers that the Feral Beast of a Gov’t has usurped from the States or the people, it’s been obvious since Roe v Wade* that abortion is not the US Gov’t business. If you of the belief that at any stage it is murder, even then, the States make their own laws regarding the definitions of criminal acts. 3 decades ago, I can remember a friend of mine who was reading a book on it (by Robert Bork, if I’m not mistaken) giving me a review on how bogus the Roe v. Wade SCROTUS logic was.

    I am glad to see the run-down by Mr. “Watcher” here on the immigration opinions of the new SCROTUS members appointed by President Trump. Since this was a good part of WWII’s post, I hope the discussion here will go more toward the birthright citizenship stupidity, deportations, Title 42, etc.

    Thank you, Washington Watcher II and Ron Unz!


    * per Ann Coulter, since superseded by Planned Parenthood v. Casey anyway.

  24. profnasty says: buildings fenced off to protect them from White people- speaks volumes.
    Quizling Biden is a domestic enemy of White America. (Yes, there is a White America. We work, and we exist. Because we live here.)
    There’s a storm coming.

    • Replies: @TKK
  25. @Stonewall Jackson

    Agreed. I DON’T GET THIS. He’s a hell of a guy nonetheless to put articles such as this that he obviously doesn’t agree with up in headlines on his own site!

    BTW, Mr. Jackson, did you celebrate Confederate Memorial Day?

  26. @mulga mumblebrain

    The VDare writers have varied a bit on their level of panic over the Kung Flu, but from my reading most have all leaned toward the anti-panic side. I like Allan Wall’s term the best, the Flu Manchu. Maybe that is more to your liking.

    It sounds like you don’t know, but it wasn’t the breaking apart of States from each other that caused that war. It was one man’s determination to stop such separation that did.

    Yes, this IS supposed to be 50 States, united only for a common defense. Federalism is good for everybody but the tyrants.

  27. profnasty says:

    Letter of law must conform to Natural Law.
    If you murder a 7mo pregnant woman, baby dies, you’re charged with double Homicide. Rightfully so.
    Third term abortion is murder. Partial birth abortion is First Degree murder: Doctor AND mother.
    To contravene Natural Law endangers our national security. Period.

    • Thanks: Emslander
  28. @Vergissmeinnicht

    You miss the operating principle present in the proposed Roe ruling. If the Constitution is silent on an issue, it becomes a state issue. There is no evidence interracial marriage or birth control are targets of the right. Stopping the murder of the unborn always has been.

    • Thanks: Emslander
    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  29. @American Citizen

    Umm.. both Kagan and Sotomayor are lesbians. So now lesbos are about 2000% over-represented on the Supreme Court. Thanks a lot, Obama you culture vulture.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  30. ricpic says:
    @Stonewall Jackson

    “But if the SCOTUS tries to change all that Im sure corporations will find some other way to let the hordes come.”

    Yes. No matter how SCOTUS rules on both immigration and Affirmative Action the institutions committed to flooding America and sticking it to whitey will find ways to…who am I kidding, they’ll simply ignore the rulings.

    Corporations, Academia, the Government itself: they want what they want, to quote a famous pervert.

    • Replies: @Richard B
  31. Emslander says:

    Gay marriage has been the number one motivator behind the Trump rebellion. More than abortion, telling a guy who drives a truck for a living and has a wife and family at home whom he’s trying to support that two cocksuckers are the equivalent under the US Constitution to his marriage is an abomination he won’t abide.

    • Agree: anarchyst, USA1943
  32. @Karl1906

    This is a calculated diversion…..aimed at the midterms.

    Roberts is shabbos goy, as is BK and ACB.

    Nothing is going to change. Organized jewry has wrecked America for good and the GOP has never/will never do anything to alter the course of the destruction.

  33. N of 1 says:

    A decision against affirmative action would be reinforcement of integration and weaken the case for overturning the Civil Rights Acts.

  34. @Jayzerbee

    “I find it unfortunate that so many readers just reject so many Americans because of differences which ultimately have made the US vibrant. I have read every explanation to justify why differences are rejected: commies; socialists; thugs; racial inferiority, disease and on and on. All of this reminds me of the Puritans who faced a universe in which sin was pervasive and one lived in total fear of divine retribution and hell.”

    I found the dumbest comment in the thread.

    Robert Puttnam’s study on diversity is the gold standard, and he had to admit that diversity destroys social cohesion, ruins cooperation, causes people to cocoon.
    Diversity causes high rates of crime, drug and alcohol abuse.
    Eventually diversity causes civil strife.

    The main reason for massive third world immigration is that organized jewry seeks to disempower white Christian people to avert another “holocaust.”

    Whites are facing ethnic cleansing….essentially genocide……and at the same time jews have made it so that whites are not allowed to have any voice whatsoever.

    I am not optimistic regarding the survival of whites long term, because organized jewry is able to buy off any and all opposition to their scheme.

  35. @American Citizen

    “This is the setup to court packing.”

    It seems to be the case. And it would not surprise me that the whole thing is staged and the SCOTUS is in on it. After all, aren’t they part of of the top 10% who make up the ruling classes and share the same penchant for fattening their 401K plans at the expense of the rest? The great thug from New York, Chuck ‘cheesy’ Schmucker is probably conducting this symphony and all the goyishe are dancing to his Hava Nagila.

  36. @Robert Dolan

    I strongly disagree, Robert. This one from “The Real World” is the dumbest comment in the thread (so far). OK, it’a close call, I’ll grant you.

    • Replies: @The Real World
  37. jsm says:

    Head scratch. If we can’t even get one of the few key things Republicans have been promising us normal people for 50 years, while the Republicans HAVE the Court, then what do we care if the Dems pack the Court? What difference does it make?

    What do I care if the Republican party goes to hell if they won’t even do this one thing for me and mine? I mean, what *has* the Republican party done for me? Stopped illegal immigration? Nope. Stopped Affirmative Action? Nope. Made Family Formation more affordable? Nope. So, so what?

    • Agree: Jimmy le Blanc
    • Replies: @Rurik
    , @anarchyst
    , @follyofwar
  38. @Achmed E. Newman

    Thanks, AN. As the military saying goes, “You take the most flak when you are over-the-target.”

    So, I feel quite vindicated that neither you or Emslander are able to articulate even a sophomoric rebuttal. That tells all but, I’ll refrain from a victory lap.

    Are you, per chance, related to Dr. Oz? Lol…

  39. anarchyst says:
    @Francis Miville

    You are wrong.
    In every other country, “rights” are actually “permissions” which can be revoked by those in power (governments) at any time.
    Look at Canada, which ran roughshod over its citizens’ charter of rights with the “truckers’ protest” by seizing bank accounts, trucks and even children over the truckers’ refusal to disperse from their legal protest just because they could.
    The Constitution of the united States of America is a “charter of negative rights”, something that the O’bama and Ruthie Ginsburg complained about. O’bama complained about the Constitution limiting government while Ruthie Ginsburg stated that the Constitution of South Africa was a better document.
    It starts out stating: “Congress shall make NO LAW…”
    The Constitution is (supposed to be) a limiting document on government power but has been so bastardized, set upon, and basically ignored by all three branches of the federal government that its true meaning has been pretty much obliterated.
    Add to that, the “dumbing down” of the citizenry, (public schools) stating that the Constitution “grants rights” It does no such thing–“rights” are (supposed to be) inherent in us being born and are (supposed to be) our “birthright”.

    • Replies: @Swaytonious
  40. Rurik says:

    I mean, what *has* the Republican party done for me?

    they will always betray you for shekels and personal gain


    Until they start to get ‘offed’ in their home towns for their serial betrayals.

    There was a video out recently of some governor who no-doubt had betrayed his citizens, (as they all do) and a pissed off guy was accosting him at a restaurant.

    That is the kind of thing that makes a difference. When these rats begin to realize they can’t show their faces in public. When they have to parse the shekels and promises of great perks, against what the people they’re betraying are going to do to them.

    Paul Ryan should not feel safe to walk the streets of Wisconsin, without massive security.

    He may have bartered away the future of the people of Wisconsin (and the nation) for some scraps from ZOG’s table, and personal wealth, but he should be hated as the worst kind of traitorous scum for the rest of his days.

    No more Thanksgivings in polite company with his extended relatives, most of whom would (I’d hope) call him out as a rotten scumbag to his face, to the cheers of the entire gathering.

    His only recourse to slink off to the howls of ‘fuck you traitor!, and drive away.

    That’s what they need, because politicians, are by design, self-serving scum.

    When I contemplate our current crop of Republicans, (calling for more war in Ukraine, for instance) I’m buoyed by tale of Nicolae and Elena Ceaușescu. Sometimes, in politics, there is a very happy ending.

    • Replies: @Goddard
  41. anarchyst says:

    Most politicians who call themselves “Republicans” do not have the “courage of their convictions”.

    As odious as most Democrat “goals” are, the Democrats are out there. They want your rights, and they are not afraid to say so. They might not get them all at once, but they are using incrementalism to get what they want, chipping away a little at a time.

    Most Republicans are lazy, without strong convictions, and “going along to get along”. THAT is a major defect of Republicans and the conservative movement in general.

    Republicans are too “milquetoast” to get out there and FIGHT with the courage of their convictions.

    The “perks” of public office are the same, whether one takes on political fights or just “kicks back” and “let things happen”.

    As to the jews, they have their hands in BOTH major political parties, using the Democrats to push their leftist communist goals and the Republicans as an ATM.

    • Replies: @Rurik
  42. Corrupt says:
    @The Real World

    “Next, if you define an absolute aspect to something (if it could be pinpointed) then why would he follow with, “That’s how I feel””

    Because he recognizes that others may feel differently, regardless of his beliefs. It has nothing to do with how he defines it.

    • Replies: @The Real World
  43. @anarchyst

    Indeed.. our legal system got to where it is today via Jewish Pilpul.

  44. KenH says:

    SCOTUS is a joke and now grant themselves the authority to rewrite and amend the Constitution and statutes as they see fit or according to the latest political orthodoxies and threats of riots.

    The problem with some of the “conservatives” on the SC is that they don’t want to appear too partisan so usually two members vote with the radical left block part of the time. The radical left block votes with the so called conservatives not more than 10% of the time and usually 5%.

    So given the fear about appearing too partisan and so they can retain social standing in the beltway swamp you could see the cuckservative wing of SCOTUS uphold either Title 42 and Remain in Mexico but probably not both.

    If radical left wing media outlets come out with lots of hit pieces and shaming articles you could see the SCOTUS cucks fold completely.

    The only two reliable people on the court are Clarence Thomas and Sam Alito. The rest are hit or miss.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  45. @The Real World

    Stfu.. men have had to deal with the military draft since Alexander the great. That gave the government TOTAL control of life and death for us. I get you want to glory in murder and sacrifice kids to your god Satan.. stop trying to get sympathy.. that went out with Chivalry.

    Women are no longer sympathy eliciting.. hell, the first female head of state of Germany destroyed thousands of years of European Civilization. If women want to fight men about it.. go ahead.. then they really understand that reality is sexist as hell and a woman can’t kick flip a full grown man to the ground with girl power.

    • Replies: @The Real World
  46. Rurik says:

    The “perks” of public office are the same, whether one takes on political fights or just “kicks back” and “let things happen”.

    I’m not sure about this anarchyst,

    There is a reason the GOP reliably betray their nation and people, and I’d put it down to perks and shekels.

    I’m not big into organized religion. But for myself, I believe the main reason that the story of Jesus Christ is so compelling, is because He was willing to sacrifice everything, including even His life, to oppose the ((PTB)) at the time. Who were, no doubt as depraved and iniquitous (evil, if you like) back then, as they are today.

    This is why I consider the people like Julian Assange or Edward Snowden as close to Christ-like martyrs as we’re ever likely to see in the modern world.

    What they both are exposing, and thereby opposing, is certainly as evil and vile and wicked as what Christ was opposed to. Treachery, greed, psychotic abuse of power and an infinite lust for absolute power over everyone. (which is what is going on today in Russia, where they feel they don’t have absolute power, which is why Edward Snowden it there, rather in Gitmo, where they want him).

    Being true to oneself and one’s people, generally requires sacrifice. The alternative is to sell out one’s self and one’s people to their enemies, and for that, you can be certain there are near-unlimited shekels and perks and earthy rewards of every possible perversion (for those types who’re interested).

    I don’t know what Lindsey Graham does for amusement in his private life, and I’d wager that if I did know, that I’d likely be hospitalized for near terminal dry heaves. But Lindsey and the rest of them all know that if they toe the line, like good Shabbos goys, that their appetites will always be sated. Lot’s of children are available during times of war, and Ukraine is no-doubt no exception.

    What we are led by, (especially in the GOP) are the worst of the worst. The most depraved and degenerate. And there is a reason for that, because ((they)) know, that if the politician is privately a monster, they can be assured of total control over that politician.

    The Republicans who’re not likely treasonous scum? It looks like there are 57 of them in the House

    • Thanks: anarchyst
    • Replies: @Rurik
  47. Ocko says:

    The act of sex is there to create a Baby and a new member of humanity.

    As soon as two people decide to have sex the deal is made.

    The 3rd part of this original twosome is invited, simply by nature.

    If a woman has sex she agrees to have a child. It’s a dort of contract. You created a child, a living being, an existence human being.

    There is no law which allows you to kill someone who did no harm to you. In conceiving the woman agreed.It Was a voluntary act. She made a contract: she is willing to create a new human being, if she kills it she murders, as she agreed to have a conception.

  48. @KenH

    As much as I agree too with the great comments by Rurik and Anarchyst, this one is a very accurate description of what happens in the minds of these Beltway people, Ken. Peak Stupidity dubs this explanation of their behavior “The Cocktail Party Theory of Political Stupidity”.

    • Thanks: Rurik
  49. @The Real World

    Your comment was just the usual feminist claptrap. As if your murdering of an innocent human being is just your right somehow… I didn’t expect to find this kind of stupidity on The Unz Review, is all.

    Consider yourself vindicated, I don’t care.

    • Replies: @The Real World
  50. Jax Ryan says:

    Banning inter racial relationships is the most retarded thing I’ve ever heard of LMAO, get real. Marriage is between a man and woman. It has nothing to do with race. EUROPEANS considered themselves all different races (((which they are))) up until the fake “white Race” was invented because of the so-called American melting pot. Even the Nazis didn’t ban inter racial marriage between Germans and Jews. Saying idiotic shit like this is not helping the rights cause at all. The leader of America First is part Mexican, for Christsake. How about we focus on Christianity and stopping these insane Bankers from destroying our country, if you don’t want to marry a black, don’t marry a black.

    • Disagree: Pop Warner
  51. Rurik says:

    ((they)) know, that if the politician is privately a monster, they can be assured of total control over that politician.

    the third most powerful person in the United States for nearly a decade

    51st speaker of the United States House of Representatives from 1999 to 2007.[1] The longest-serving Republican Speaker of the House in history,

    As Speaker of the House, Hastert supported the George W. Bush administration’s foreign and domestic policies. After Democrats took control of the House in 2007 following the 2006 elections, Hastert declined to seek the position of minority leader, resigned his House seat, and became a lobbyist at the firm of Dickstein Shapiro.

    Hastert admitted that he had sexually abused boys whom he had coached.[6] Referring to Hastert as a “serial child molester”, a federal judge imposed a sentence of 15 months in prison, …

    this *only* ‘good’ thing you can say about him, is that at some point, he must have run afoul of his ((masters)) for them to have outed and prosecuted him.

    But from everything I’ve seen, Hastert’s proclivities (depravities) make him the perfect type of politicians they’re looking for, and who they exalt to positions of power, because they know to a certainty, that they will always toe the zio-line.

  52. Ocko says:

    There is a hierarchy of Law:

    The highest law is natural law/God’s law.

    Then below is contract law

    Below that is Common Law, (men made Law)

    Below that is government law (Only pertains to government ((employees))).

    The United States Supreme Court is supposedly a Common Law court, which also handles contract law (some 6.000 years old)

    A woman ofcourse is under natural law, contract law and Common law (as all men ((who, if he agrees to intercourse is subject to natural law, contract law and Common law).

    • Replies: @Mac_
  53. @Corrupt

    Fair point. But, it is still accurate to say that he attached his feelings to a line in the sand that cannot be determined. He (and millions of others) don’t seen to know that, yet they blather on about it (is this really 2022?).

    This does beg a relevant point. If people are going to have different ‘feelings’ on the topic and form their entrenched views based on their ‘feelings’ then, how can anyone argue they should be able to impose physical restrictions on another person when there is a yet-to-be-determined viable life at under 12 to 15 weeks of pregnancy? Particularly given one third of pregnancies self-terminate anyhow. (Later pregnancies are a different story.)

    (FWIW, I and many others, know what the real goals are. It’s not the fetuses.)

  54. Ocko says:

    Women claim that their body is their.

    If we think about the Uterus, that part doesn’t really serve her body, it is a part which belongs to the conceived Fötus. It needs it to grow and it takes from the body of the woman what it needs to grow.

    There basically is a contract between the woman and the fetus.

    The stages of the fetus it is going through starts with the tiniest part which are already human (there is nothing else coming out of it). One deals already with a human being, even if the early stages the fetus is going through doesn’t look human).

    In general women are pro-life. They are against killing, especially human beings. In the past it was women who were the healers and life preserves with gentle interventions. Men were the protecters against attack. (Though modern medicine has male attitudes to healing: cutting, burning, poisoning. It seems modern women tend into this direction concerning abortion as well).

    I think these attacks on fetuses by women comes from a society wearing off the path of nature and joint a dark path of destruction, not only fetuses.

    I think it is better to slow down, start to think and go back to a life closer to life.

  55. @Achmed E. Newman

    You possess myopic and self-serving thinking is the problem. Color me not shocked about that.

    Murder? Everyday in America, people are legally able to decide when another person dies, as my family did with our Father a couple decades ago and we may be in a position to decide that with our Mother in the coming year or two. Why are you not bothered about that? It’s because you never considered it. As I said, myopic.

    Do you think there is clarity in those situations? You would wrong, if so. They are usually somewhat fluid circumstances while depending on the varying experience and intelligence of Doctors and with decisions being made by family members often of limited capacity to understand and reason thru all the variables. Those are living humans being let die not potential ones. Also factor that bad relationships and/or inheritance can color those decisions. So, those situations should be of more concern. Why does that not bother you?

    Also, are you bothered about thousands of young Americans who get sent off to die in our wars of choice based on lies and for profit? How is that not gut-wrenchingly wrong? Again, deciding that living people, in their prime, will die so America can corner more natural resources and the MIC industrialists can buy new yachts. Why do I see no signs in yards protesting those deaths of pure greed?

    • Replies: @jsm
  56. I can agree with just about all the contentions the author has written.

    However, before we start claiming that Republicans are for America First we have to ask them a few questions…

    Like what about rebuilding America’s once powerful manufacturing sector? Given the changing world order, many nations are not going to want to be exploited by rich business psychopaths for cheap labor.

    What about vetting our politicians psychologically before being allowed to run? Or are Republicans simply interested in their own power?

    How about limiting the terms of SCOTUS jurors? Despite the fact that the Conservative justices may rule favorably on Conservative issues (all so far that I agree with), Gorsuch, Barret, Kavanaugh, and especially Thomas are not qualified to serve on the Supreme Court. I believe even the American Bar Association stated that Kavanaugh was not a qualified candidate.

    And Thomas with his “conflict of interest” has demonstrated his lack of concern for judicial integrity.

    Besides this, the four justices I listed all lied in their confirmation hearings, which should have them all thrown off the court. But of course Biden would only pick who he favors putting some new clowns on the bench.

    And I wish the Republicans would stop trying to eliminate Obama Care, Social Security, and Medicare. What is unAmerican about providing people with healthcare and seniors with programs they have [aid into all their working lives? Do these guys prefer sick people or people in poverty!?!?

    I am so happy for all the Republicans who believe people should pay for their healthcare. I hope they all have their savings wiped out from horrific diseases when they can’t afford the prices of surviving.

    If we can get some really honorable Conservative in office, I am all for it. Such people may be Larry Hogan of Maryland.

    But so far we are counting on people who like a broken clock are correct only twice a day.

  57. @Swaytonious

    Oh my, someone got triggered. Don’t let your emotions carry you away there, it will undercut the (magical) thinking that males are so ‘logical’.

    Speaking of which, moving the topic goalposts doesn’t rank anywhere near logical. It’s a cop-out.

    Men create wars, men create the military draft, they go slaughter lots of humans and often only for purposes of greed and conquest. So, you boys own that crap, bud. How about you man-up and logically realize that?

    No one cares about your sympathy or wants it. Lol, only a relic would think so.

    • Replies: @Swaytonious
    , @jsm
  58. Richard B says:
    @Jax Ryan

    up until the fake “white Race” was invented because of the so-called American melting pot.

    Yet another one of those idiotic memes like, We’re not a democracy. We’re a constitutional republic. Or, There’s no such thing as Judeo-Christian. That was an invention of…..

    These are all statements that reveal not the slightest comprehension of what history is or how language works.

    • Replies: @Anon
  59. @The Real World

    Imagine thinking I placed enough weight on your intellect for your petty insults to find purchase on my psyche.. lol

  60. jsm says:
    @The Real World

    You’re the idiot.

    Medical science knows that it takes a few hours for sperm, once its swum to the lateral Fallopian tube to await the ovulated egg, to penetrate that egg and join with the nucleus. That’s conception.

    Then the conceptus (conceived human being) makes its way down the Fallopian tube and implants in the uterus and is eventually expelled in birth.

    QUOTE He said “life begins at conception”…that is his demarcation point. Hello, fruitcake? It is not known when conception occurs that is why baby Docs estimate it! [See above] Conception takes place over a period of days and isn’t complete until a fertilized egg has made it to the uterus and successfully implanted into the uterine wall.

    The words conception and implantation are two different things, genius.

    And if the genetics are wrong or something else goes awry in early preg, God in his wisdom lets the creature die. But that’s up to God, not people.

    QUOTE one third of all pregnancies self-terminate so, it is correct to refer to a fetus as a potential life

    Well, 400 babies die of SIDS in America per year, too, so by your logic, they’re only “potential children.”

    And 100 percent of humans die eventually, so it’s appropriate to refer to YOU as only a potential person. Can I abort you, now?

    • Agree: Ray Caruso
    • Replies: @Emslander
  61. Richard B says:

    there’s NOTHING in the Constitution which prohibits segregation.

    More importantly, there’s nothing in the Constitution that prohibits debate. But debate is the last thing those For or Against CRT want.

    If you want to end CRT don’t ban it, debate it!

    Why debate it? What would be the value of that?

    Because debate is a theoretical enterprise! That’s why!

    But to debate you have to have your wits about you. And to have your wits about you have to know WTF you’re talking about. And it’s knowing what you’re talking about that gives you the confidence you need to engage in debate in the first place.

    Is this the real reason people want CRT banned?

    After all, aren’t those of us for Freedom and against Tyranny also for reflection and persuasion and against coercion and force?

    So why wouldn’t you want persuade those For and Against to reflect on what they saying and doing instead of just saying and doing it, whatever it might be?

    And by “knowing WTF you’re talking about” I don’t mean acting like you’re the final word of whatever subject is up for debate. But that you know enough to engage in debate and know enough about yourself to know your limits in that regard. That’s all.

    Though I’d admit that the chances are slim and that the country probably isn’t capable of being saved, let alone worth saving, until the country is officially pronounced dead and as long as we’re still talking about these things, why not debate them?

    And, if those for CRT refuse to debate it then we can debate each other until that debate spills out into a larger community, which it is bound to do, of course. In any event, this proposal might not be much. But it’s a start. And you’ve got to start somewhere.

    • Replies: @Richard B
  62. @The Real World

    Women shouldn’t be citizens and should be wards of their male next-of-kin. The alternative is the Judeo-Satanic world in which we now abide, where family life has been destroyed and not nearly enough children are born to replace the population. A retard like you, who worships at the altar of Judeo-Satanic feminism, should be honest enough to say, “To me feminism is more important than perpetuating civilization and the human species.”

  63. Richard B says:
    @Richard B

    So why wouldn’t you want persuade those For and Against to reflect on what they saying and doing instead of just saying and doing it, whatever it might be?

    Oops! Had to take the above sentence to the Dry Cleaner.

    Should be:

    So why wouldn’t you want to persuade those For and Against to reflect on what they are saying and doing instead of just saying and doing it, whatever that it might be?

  64. jsm says:
    @The Real World

    Wow are you an idiot. And I’m a woman.

    Sure some wars are for conquest and glory.

    But many are about protecting the homeland (and its women and children) from invaders. So, do, STFU, unless you’re gonna volunteer to go kill some illegal alien invaders for me.

    • Replies: @The Real World
  65. @Jax Ryan

    Your lack of knowledge is quite frightening so far as basic anthropology and genetics. The Caucasian Race is a very real thing, despite your overt dissembling.

    Voltaire, a man that predates your assertion about the origins of “race”, believed that Europeans were a separate species from Sub Saharan Africans. Odd that he would promote such ideas, as he was a Frenchman born in 1694, and that lived until the year 1778: somehow he came to these conclusions despite the fact that his life ended before the idea of an American ‘melting pot’ existed (the earliest known date being the 1780s) and promoted.

    Stop pushing dysgenic outcomes, charlatan. Evidently you’re some tragic mix that feels the need to deny remedial scientific truths as a self-coping mechanism.

    Pathetic. But not unexpected considering your plight.

  66. jsm says:
    @The Real World

    ? Everyday in America, people are legally able to decide when another person dies, as my family did with our Father a couple decades ago and we may be in a position to decide that with our Mother in the coming year or two. Why are you not bothered about that? It’s because you never considered it. As I said, myopic.

    Nah, you’re just an idiot. This argument was long-since answered by the pro-life movement. The only time a family gets to decide if Mom dies, is if Mom is being artifically kept alive; that is to say on a ventilator actively forcing the lungs to breathe, where if the vent is removed, the body dies. No longer continuing to artificially prolong life is not the same thing as actively killing a life that will survive without anybody doing anything, such as a fetus who WILL continue to live, most likely, unless Mom has the abortionist stick in instruments to remove it or take a pill to cause the uterus to expel it.

    That said, I do get it that a woman wants an abortion, not the way that she wants an ice cream cone or a Porsche, but the way a fox in a trap wants to chew its leg off. And that’s where the problem lies, that society leaves it so that a woman is so desperate that she feels she has to chew her leg off (abort the baby) in order to live, herself.

    • Replies: @The Real World
  67. Emslander says:

    If so many voters are in favor of murdering human beings who are fully dependent for nine months on the murderer herself, then why was it necessary for a majority of SEVEN WHITE MALE WASP JUSTICES on the Supreme Court to declare such murder a constitutional right? The most interested pro-murder people aren’t women. They’re the men who have been taught that responsibility is a drag.

    • Replies: @The Real World
    , @Alden
  68. Richard B says:

    Yes. No matter how SCOTUS rules on both immigration and Affirmative Action the institutions committed to flooding America and sticking it to whitey will find ways to…who am I kidding, they’ll simply ignore the rulings.


    Just as the elite of yesteryear pretended to want the happiness of the proletariat when what they really wanted was the unhappiness of the bourgeosie, so too is the current hostile elite pretending to want the best for all POCs when what they really want is the misery of whites.

    The key to the hostile elite’s “success” is turning out to be the explanation for their failure – their single-mindedness of purpose. Because everything they say and do, from the information they gather, to the actions they take, are all preselected by their three-part unitary function – Get Whitey! Make Money! Have Power!

    Those three parts make up the whole, but as Woke Capital is proving, they don’t necessarily go together (witness the debacle over at Netflix and not just Netflix).

    So the hostile elite is a litte more than prone to neglect whatever doesn’t fit into its current conception of its function and its measurement of success.

    The hostile elite is like an individual of such fixed orientation toward experience that they cannot adapt their orientation to changing situations, which necessarily require a restructuring of their interests. That’s why it could be argued that what they are doing is not just a threat to whites, but to human survival (witness the Ukraine debacle).

    In short, the hostile elite’s behavior is not just similar to that of a psychotic, they’re behavior is psychotic – maladaptive. And now we’re back to the explanation for their failure and why they will continue to fail. Because like all psychotics, they are extremely resistant to exposure.

    It’s not whites, but the hostile elite itself that is turning out to be the real cancer of the human race.

    So, it follows, that treason against the hostile elite is loyalty to humanity.

  69. Emslander says:
    @The Real World

    neither you or Emslander are able to articulate even a sophomoric rebuttal

    Excuse me, but I’d say you must be the same character as Rurik. It was the Rurik character I simply judged as being too far off the mark to argue with.

    There oughtta be a law against having two identities. You ought to be federally prosecuted. I oughtta have a constitutional right to be rid of multiple identity blatherers. LOL

    • Replies: @The Real World
  70. anonymous[284] • Disclaimer says:

    DACA? Electoral Integrity??and thats why SCOTUS will retract cowardly in fear of Soros/BLMANTIFA….and the whole WOKE agenda will sweep America like a Tsunami..without SCOTUS independence RED states are hopeless..

  71. Jayzerbee says:
    @Robert Dolan

    Of course you find me dumb, duh! Racists have a history of finding everyone dumb if someone disagrees with them. You only prove my point, Captain Obvious. Whites facing ethnic cleansing is about the dumbest, stupidest and most profoundly ignorant comment I have heard since Mein Kampf, unless of course you are related to Reinhard Heydrich, in which case your are simply a follower with a rather nasty background in need of being restored by the very genocide you claim is committed against your Aryan friends.

    • Troll: Rurik, Richard B
    • Replies: @anonymous
  72. Emslander says:

    And 100 percent of humans die eventually, so it’s appropriate to refer to YOU as only a potential person. Can I abort you, now?

    Ran out of buttons, so thank you for your devastating take-down of all the usual satanic defenses. My fingers get numb refuting these people, some of whom use multiple identities here to appear to have support for their vile misinformation.

  73. TKK says:

    In the dirty state courts where us peasants lawyers plead and grovel, it is deeply depressing to see how the Massive Push from the media to accept all the filth from the world affects state judges.

    10 years ago, the many Mexican illegals who drive without license and drunk- and kill people– were treated with contempt. Sometimes, while held for trial, ICE or some other federal agency would pick them up and the docket would blissfully be rid of them. With their tax payer funded interpreters and tax payer funded public defenders. Never mind they drive a new Tahoe and their fat wives are eating for free…on our dime.

    Now, one’s citizenship is treated gingerly, as if we are asking their weight or penis length. The Judge scolds or harangues the few ASA(s) who bring up citizenship. We are told we can’t address it. (I need to research this. Does anyone know?)

    As Ron wrote in one his great pieces on this site: When American History is taught by a Chinese Professor, it is so strange, no one will believe it.

    Let it soak in that this outpouring of rage is about….not being able to kill babies.

    The congestive disconnect is ….catastsrophic. A liberal fat shrieking lawyer I am forced to work with said that we are back in the medieval times. A few weeks ago, she was gushing about how:

    Babies are her thing. She loves babies!!!!

    Mind blown.

    It is life. It is murder. It is depraved.. Never forget: Any fool can get free birth control pills at Planned Parenthood. Even on Saturdays. It is free. Free. Gratis. No charge. Take a pill less than 1/4 size of Tic Tac.

    And….to take the temperature of our times…no one ever dares to mention: How about having sex in marriage? How about no casual sex?

    • Replies: @jsm
  74. TKK says:

    I cannot use the Agree Button right now but I agree with you…with little hope and dread.

    Biden said last week the greatest threat to America is WHITE SUPREMACY.

    I find it fascinating that these Ivy Leaguers who write this treason believe they and their spawn will never have to work or live outside the DC/LA/NYC bubble.

    Do they not believe that their precious Haleigh or Skye or Kaden with have an encounter with JaVaonte and DeQuanda?

    Can their planned safety bubble last?

    Are they arrogant or foolish?

  75. @jsm

    So much ignorance it takes a sledgehammer and a hacksaw to cut through it. But, I do appreciate those of you continuing, in so many varied ways, to prove that epic ignorance is the biggest problem here.

    “Pro-life movement”? Who are they and only fools care (same with any pro-abortion “movement”). I guess you buy whatever some group is selling and spout it mindlessly, as you have. People like yourself, who lack critical-thinking capacity and devolve to your feelz are the problem.

    Ventilators had nothing to do with my fathers situation nor do they in so many others. You could have taken the mature route and just admitted that you’ve never been in that situation and know little about it. But, your feelz won. Imagine all those average families trusting sometimes lame Doctors, trying to set their feelings aside and just intellectually sort thru the medical/life variables. A junior high schooler can grasp how treacherous those scenarios can be. Why can’t you?

    ..a life that will survive without anybody doing anything, such as a fetus who WILL continue to live

    More idiocy. It is beyond the pale that so many adults don’t know that approx ONE THIRD of pregnancies self-terminate (miscarry). Seriously, who the hell in 21st century America doesn’t know that? Any sane person understands they are a potential life, esp. in the first trimester.

    So, you strike-out in epic fashion on both counts. It is duly-noted that you didn’t try to dispute the tens of thousands of military deaths FOR PROFIT. Those actual lives are of no interest to you. Mere fodder for the colonial powers. Nice. I’ll not drag into this the hundreds of thousands dramatically maimed, in life-altering ways, by the wars for coin and conquest. Not to mention how military personnel get medically experimented on for fun and profit.

    From link: Approximately 250,000 of the 697,000 U.S. veterans who served in the 1991 Gulf War are afflicted with enduring chronic multi-symptom illness, a condition with serious consequences. (Btw, it is HIGHLY likely that it was vaccines that injured them.)

    Yet most Americans don’t even know about that, let alone care. I repeat: ignorance galore.

    • Replies: @Rich
  76. @Vergissmeinnicht

    What about them fewish questions, USS Liberty, 9/11, other rabid shid?

  77. Anon[126] • Disclaimer says:
    @Richard B

    What is history and how does language work, in this context?

    • Replies: @Richard B
  78. jsm says:

    It is life. It is murder. It is depraved.. Never forget: Any fool can get free birth control pills at Planned Parenthood. Even on Saturdays. It is free. Free. Gratis. No charge. Take a pill less than 1/4 size of Tic Tac.

    Aye. And it’s actually even easier that that, yet. If you are truly so incompetent that you can’t manage to remember your pill every morning (or remind your girlfriend to take hers) barrier methods are just as effective as they ever were… And used in combo (diaphragm with spermicidal jelly for her and a condom on him) are probably MORE effective than BCPs or even IUD.

    I “get” the argument that the fetus is dependent upon the mother, and I do know from personal experience, the weight of that dependency. Hyperemesis Gravidarum is no joke. I endured, but I do get it that many simply cannot. Yet, the number of abortions that truly are performed to save the life of the mother is so small as to be a rounding error. Surely the law can make exceptions for those incredibly unusual situations.

    Most abortions are done due to, as you say, a depraved mind. It’s either a person so irresponsible or stupid that he or she can’t be expected to think ahead and ought to have Norplant forcibly installed; or is so lazy or self-indulgent that the future murderer can’t even manage the self control to take a few seconds to put on a condom / insert diaphragm; or in SOME cases, the perp will tell you she’s proud of herself for having an abortion, like it’s some sort of achievement worthy of accolades. The whole thing is retch-inducing.

    • Replies: @mulga mumblebrain
  79. lloyd says: • Website
    @Jax Ryan

    The Nazis did indeed ban interracial marriages. As Jews were considered a race, that applied also to Jews. This came about in the Nuremberg racial law in about 1934. On that issue the Nazis were quick to move. That started the world wide boycott of German businesses by Jews and their Judaea declares war on Germany as a British newspaper headlined it. It is true the Nazi did not annul past marriages. Until I read this article, I put the resistance to the new abortion draft down to typical American Democrat hysteria. I can see now what they are getting at. America is now living in totalitarian times

    • Replies: @mulga mumblebrain
  80. lloyd says: • Website

    Segregation is a late nineteenth century invention. It was created because Southern cities were enduring the endemic problems that lamentably all American cities face now with minority populations. Previous to then, all minorities had the same access to public facilities as white people. If they were slaves, they were under the confines of their masters. But that is another issue. In Uncle Tom’s Cabin, I recall the only law restriction on slaves apart from slavery itself, was letters addressed to them had to be read first by the Post Office and that was a security issue. In the 1950s, the book To Kill A Mocking Bird was strategically published in the Civil Rights campaign. The original draft had the issue from the point of view of the Southern Whites censored out. The protagonist found out her beloved liberal father and friends were all KKK. They believed if the black population got the vote they would be tribal and obnoxious. That was published a few years ago, as a different book. The Watch Man Cometh. If the original draft had been published as intended as one novel, it would have been a great prophetic novel.

    • Replies: @Henry Bowman
  81. @Priss Factor

    Could not agree more. We should support Planned Parenthood as their clinics Perform a lot of abortions on black women.

    • Replies: @mulga mumblebrain
  82. Rich says:
    @The Real World

    You do appear to be an expert about ignorance, you’re spewing a ton of it here. If, when you killed your father, he wasn’t being artificially kept alive, how did you pull it off? Pillow on the face? Poison? Shotgun? Sadly, it’s a fact that some people do have some kind of brain disease that makes them unable to see the difference between an old man dying of natural causes, and the murder of a fully genetic human in the womb. Very unfortunate.

  83. @Abbott Hall

    In your case, abortion should be made retrospective.

  84. Richard B says:

    What is history and how does language work, in this context?

    Thanks for your response and question.

    In any context History isn’t about events of the past, it’s about documents (and artifacts) written and read in the present. And what is written and read is interpreted, exactly because the meaning of those events (and artifacts) is not and can not be in the events (and artifacts) themselves. Consider how many books have been written about the French Revolution or World War I & II, etc.

    That’s why History as a subject or discipline, though not a science nonetheless requires rigorous honesty and research. Unforutnately, it’s also why historical forgery is possible.

    And with that we arrive at how language works.

    Because historical documents are, after all, made up of words and those words are interpreted just like anything else, since we live in an interpreted world. And the word in this case is White as a racial category. The commenter I was responding to wrote:

    the fake “white Race” was invented because of the so-called American melting pot.

    It’s a funny sentence actually. Because taken on its face the commenter is saying that the so-called American melting pot caused the words “white Race” to be invented.

    Divested of its comedy, the statement is saying what not a few here and elsewhere have said, the most well known example being, of course, E. Michael Jones, that the White Race is not a real, or legitimate category, but an empty category with no range or attributes. But that is obviously a judgment made in error.

    Ironically, it’s funny EMJ says that because that’s exactly what many people have said about the word God.

    In any event, and to cut to the chase, the question to ask about any word, whether it’s the word White, or the word God, or the words of the religious cult known as Identity Politics that have replaced the word God, words such as Racism, Sexism, Antisemitism, etc.

    What is there in the world that the word —– directs us to locate and informs us about?

    And to an answer to that question one would have a much easier time finding people who most others would agree are White than you would finding God, Racism, Sexism, Antisemitism and all the rest.

    I hope that this answer was helpful. Because in an Interpreted World, that’s all one can hope for.

  85. @lloyd

    A similar situation pertains in Israel, today. Not outright prohibition, but numerous quasi-legal and social impediments to marriage between Jews and Palestinians. Who would have thought that the transference between German Nazis and Judaic ones would be so multi-faceted?

  86. @jsm

    The depraved mind is yours-that of the misogynist. Ban abortion and women will die in backyard, septic, terminations, but, let’s face it-that is what your type want.

    • Replies: @Anon
    , @jsm
  87. @follyofwar

    Did it ever occur to you that Supreme Court decisions are not supposed to bow to political pressure?

    • Replies: @Johnny Rico
  88. Mac_ says:

    – few thoughts on comment further above, Therese Daniels 7., it may not be good to hear but the constitution was a con, it pretends to be a contract but is not, it was, as with other supposed paper laws over time, a con by those steering the future to no good end. In fact some in this territory smelled a rat when it was written, and began fighting to stop the farce of government, and ‘tax’, which is when the ‘bill of rights’ was then added, to quell the rebels. The writer Lysander Spooner, title – the constitution of no authority, makes plain, and people should have learned long ago anyway, you cannot depend on other people scribbling papers to ‘protect’ you or replace you in what we should do ourselves, if we want freedom, and be somewhat secure from predators.

    To extent there was paper law people went along with, It was and is on people to have stopped the lawyer cons, which are about a third of govmt, from scribbling laws taking away supposed rights in the amendments, the main point is people have not enforced the amendments, by torches and pitchforks if necessary. The cons keep people focused on ‘dc’ when the same ilk problems are where we live, same thing.

    There has been little protest or boycot the last hundred years, other than vietnam, or partly the 2007-2010 ‘bailouts, which the bailouts, I was there, and that people sat for that, and the cons before and since, has been stupidity and continued consequences, beside houses stolen, billions pour into weapons of psychos, who are not our ‘frenz’. It’s not to say things are impossible but the longer they have gone on, the more difficult things are to stop or change.

    However the papers were written there was some opportunity if people used energy to drive back smiling tyrants, which includes many posing as ‘lawyers’ or ‘judges’ who are not what they pretend to be. People continue to be ignorant despite knowing most ‘courts’ are suspect, which has less to do with ‘money’ corruption than being part of the scheme to divide and destroy people. Many supposed female judges are as vile as worst males. The ‘cover’ of appearing female has been part of how tyrants do schemes, so people fail to look hard at what govmt, courts, media are doing. If every one of them were men, would people have been sitting so long, probably not. In any event constitution papers were/are only as good as people making effort to enforce the supposed paper rights, or use natural law otherwise.

    Failure to share energy and make small groups of support is the missing factor in most lives. Not big group, but small, sharing ideas and energy.
    Otherwise agree with some other posts, supposed leak nonsense is planned distraction.


  89. @Vergissmeinnicht

    Justice Clarance Thomas is in a inter-racial marriage.
    these people have no real arguments at all.
    Just screaming, thrashing and smashing.

    • Replies: @Henry Bowman
  90. @Emslander

    Rurik? Who the heck is that? I have one identity on here and you are reading it. That was a very lame deflection from the reality that you have not even a lame counter-view to offer. It’s because there is no rational rebuttal to put forth.

    Seems obvious some on here recognized their own hypocrisy when reading my observations and they can’t handle it. Just deal with it….which would, hopefully, result in being less of a hypocrite. That would be a positive.

  91. America’s obsession with saving the fetus at home stands in sharp contrast to the terminating millions of fully formed humans abroad and with reckless abandon. Just saying.

  92. Abbybwood says:
    @Therese Daniels

    The irony here is that every member of the House and Senate took an oath to “preserve, protect and defend The Constitution against all enemies both foreign AND domestic.”

  93. bert33 says:

    well, they had that other woke university dude who was attacking the constitution so if that crowd succeeds in tearing down the whole federal govt. you won’t have to worry about supreme court decisions, going forward. The democratic party seems to generally be the vehicle for foreign takeover, so…they will steal as much as they can out of the treasury before they burn it to the ground, pretty much.

  94. @jsm

    But many are about protecting the homeland from invaders.

    Name one. Since the end of WWII in 1945, name a war that we entered because our homeland was threatened?

    But, speaking of invaders, they are now streaming over our Southern border by the hundreds of thousands. We can justify a military presence there and the lives lost protecting our country from that actual invasion.

    Funny, we aren’t doing that. We’re crying about Ukraine, their borders and sending them billions of our dollars. American priorities are beyond screwed.

    • Replies: @Robert Dolan
    , @jsm
  95. @The Real World

    “Funny, we aren’t doing that. We’re crying about Ukraine, their borders and sending them billions of our dollars. American priorities are beyond screwed.”

    “American priorities” are jewish priorities.

    Any and all American priorities have been taken way from our people by the jews.

    Our people do not want a war with Russia. Our people would like to have a secure southern border.

    jews want war with Russia. jews want an open border for America.

    jews are wrecking the entire western world out of spite.

    • Replies: @The Real World
  96. Mac_ says:

    Your claim the highest law is natural law -slash ‘god’s’ law, conflates two separate premises, one is actual physical provable, the other is religion belief, not physical or provable. The law of the jungle, might is right, is physical fact, in that if you do not use force, or things that make force, stealth, thinking, and physical force ability, and others do, you lose.

    Also you separate contract law, which is a type of natural law, if two or more agree, and which without govmt people can enforce, themselves. Then though common law, is as you noted men made, but left out the ‘men’ are cons, claiming govmt or force to dictate ‘case law’ precedents as ‘law’, enforce ‘common law’, is cons claiming to be judges dictating what law is or isn’t, that they supposedly apply if someone in a social scheme complains.

    Anything but natural law, without supposed govmt or similar outside force, is natural law. All other supposed paper law is but other layers of the same thing, cons scribbling law over others.

    So ‘government law’ being different, no, its the same as what you called common law, it doesn’t matter the cons define it differently to make seem different, the people ‘deciding’ ‘case law’ are still cons claiming what ‘law’ is or isn’t, and the ‘united states supreme court’ as supposedly a common law court’, is the same con, simple con of some people claiming and scribbling ‘law’ over others, and the claim of ‘common court law’ being 6k years old is abject nonsense. Nonsense. 6k years ago there was no ‘government’ or ‘courts’ or any other nonsense. The schemers didn’t even begin their monotheism religions and ‘state’ cons until about 1300 years ago. The con to pretend the situations are oh so old is to make people feel oppressed as if they can’t do anything to changed the situations.

    Last, everyone is ‘under’ natural law. As to other law, people are only ‘under’ the other con forms of law because they’re so ignorant or arrogant they assume they can continue ignoring cons with big weapons or do something about it ‘later’. Unfortunately there comes a point where ignoring things a thousand years has consequences, permanent unescapable consequences. The thumb-sucking go along days will come to an end and those left will go along whether they want to or not, until it’s their time on the chop block.

    That is natural law. Predators and dupes, as it is now, though it should be that more people were balanced. Smiling cons lulling dupes to the sit for a chopping block is also natural law, predators doing an act to increase power is the same as lions sitting quietly in a field looking nice –until they put their teeth in your neck.

    At least lions are honest, they don’t pretend to be something other than they are.

    By the way don’t mean to be overly terse, just bugs me when comments are wrong about supposed ‘laws’. If you left out everything after –highest law is natural law, I would agree with your post, so, appreciate the mention of natural law.

  97. @TheRandyGuy

    There is no evidence interracial marriage or birth control are targets of the right.

    Connecticut’s 1879 Comstock law went to the Supreme Court in 1965 because the state chose to defend it. Boy, have things changed in 60 years!

    Still, a lot of the 20th-century support for a 19t-century statute wuld have come from Roman Catholics. I doubt that’s what Anthony Comstock had in mind.

  98. @Automatic Slim

    Umm.. both Kagan and Sotomayor are lesbians.

    As are the presidents who appointed them.

    • LOL: The Real World
  99. Yes – pleyler v doe must go. That was the case where the courts wrote a law ordering the states to give free k-12 to illegal kids!!! Of course, courts are not supposed to write laws but that’s another issue. What is an issue is that nothing in the constitution says or implies illegals get free education. The idea is absurd. They are not allowed to be here and educating them costs us \$200 billion a year.!!!

    Furthermore section 1324 of title 8 of the US code makes it a federal felony to encourage illegals to live in america and giving them free k-12 certainly does that. Both for the kids and the parents.

    • Replies: @anonymous
  100. anonymous[168] • Disclaimer says:

    Israel said exactly the same thing about ARABS, Palestinians, Phillipinos…Israel promoted MASS deportations to prevent ethnic cleansing of the jews..

  101. Anon[336] • Disclaimer says:
    @mulga mumblebrain

    The depraved mind is yours-that of the misogynist. Ban abortion and women will die in backyard, septic, terminations, but, let’s face it-that is what your type want.

    Judging from the demographic breakdown, ~51% of those terminated pregnancies would have been born female – which makes the number of females killed by females ~500,000 per year in the US alone.

    It appears that women have the lock on misogyny.

    • Replies: @mulga mumblebrain
  102. anonymous[168] • Disclaimer says:
    @Hang All Text Drivers

    In MEXICO an illegal alien CAN NOT go to public schools, public universities, state hospitals, can not open a business, buy/sell property, drive a car, use your professional credentials, and no YOU CAN NOT VOTE…IF you do they can deport you and/or giev you a 5yrs prison sentence..

    • Replies: @Hang All Text Drivers
  103. @Emslander

    I gladly give credit where credit is due.

    They’re the men who have been taught that responsibility is a drag.

    Finally, in ALL these comments, one person identifies a glaringly important point that most won’t. That thru all aspects of the paradigm — the sex, practice of prevention, an unintended pregnancy, what to do about it, an eventual baby being born, what to do about that….guess who generally engages in the least responsibility? We all know but, I’m the only one speaking about it until you now have.

    Yes, the boys find responsibility to be “a drag” and many feel entitled to not accept any in regards to all of this. Notice all the whining and gnashing on this thread because someone highlighted that. It is entirely confirmatory. (There are likely some guilty consciences on here and/or plenty who can’t get laid so, they lash outward.)

    Btw, the majority of women I knew back in my 20s who had abortions had boyfriends leaning heavily on them to do it. Applying serious pressure even though at least a portion of those women would have had the baby if he would have supported her doing so. Bear in mind, this pressure coming from the guys who couldn’t be bothered to even just raincoat it or pull it out. That is some nerve.

    Responsibility – yep, it’s quite an idea. Keep speaking about it and assigning it.

    • Replies: @Emslander
  104. @Robert Dolan

    Yes, understood. However, most Americans don’t know that, not even close. The Covidiots and vaccine chuggers are ample proof of that as are many other glaring examples.

    So, what is the average citizens excuse for not raising hell about the irreversible Southern invasion? Are they too dumb to understand the deep and extraordinary consequences of it? I suppose millions of them don’t even know it’s happening; they’re simply dialed-out.

    Your comment #32 is succinct and 100% spot-on. We are a captured nation and I don’t see that changing in my lifetime, if ever.

  105. @anonymous

    “In MEXICO an illegal alien CAN NOT go to public schools, public universities, state hospitals, can not open a business, buy/sell property, drive a car, use your professional credentials, and no YOU CAN NOT VOTE…IF you do they can deport you and/or giev you a 5yrs prison sentence..”

    Of course. Illegal invaders should have no rights whatsoever and certainly no privileges.

  106. Talking about affirmative action, it’s high time the right started throwing that in the face of the left. They call us racist but they say white people should be denied jobs just for being white!!! You can’t be more racist than that.

  107. Anonymous[124] • Disclaimer says:

    It’s all for nought unless DACA dolts and other illegals get shipped out of the USA. Otherwise, America is kaput.

    Why have…or obey…laws that get selectively ignored by selected grifters?

    We’ve ingested too much Jonestown Kool-Aid. We’ve let too much civilization building-improving-protecting white toothpaste be squished out of the Unum Toothpaste tube. And we all know that only whites can keep the pluribus from turning the USA into the turd-world cesspools illegals flee from to live here on Easy Street, supplied by the Grifting Gravy Train.

    Like posthumous acquittals, some things DO happen too late. There IS such a thing as the cavalry arriving too late.

    SCOTUS Barrett’s kids will do fine. Her 2 adopted Haitians will each get a BlackPass and one a VagPass. The one with Down syndrome will get federal benefits. The 3 white girls with enjoy VagPriv, though stalked by Tryones and Pacos. The lone white male’s goose is cooked. He’ll have societal targets on his back.

    A nation that sends billions to Israel and Ukraine can easily afford to send ALL illegal aliens home (even shipping a goodly portion of blacks back to Africa).

    We built not 1, but 2 (TWO!) functioning atomic bombs during WWII. Booting millions of illegals will be a piece of cake, especially if warned they will be imprisoned for 10 years if caught.

    We can do what we decide to. We landed vehicles on the moon when NASA computers were less powerful than an iPhone. Then we sent a MAN to the moon. And back! Hell, we already built:

    46,876 miles of interstate highways
    129,774 miles of railroad
    200,000 miles of oil pipelines
    4,071,000 miles roads in USA

    However, if nothing is done, it’ll be like local leaders forcing you to open your home to strangers, letting all bums enter who wish to, and YOU paying all their bills…as they trash your possessions, beat you regularly, and routinely rape everyone else.

  108. @Anon

    Thanks for proving my point-a regular little Bundy aren’t you?

    • Replies: @Anon
  109. Goddard says:

    The docility of white Americans as they watch themselves being dispossessed is a wonder to behold.

    • Agree: Rurik
    • Replies: @The Real World
  110. jsm says:
    @mulga mumblebrain

    Define misogynist. You can’t. It’s just a shut up word.

    Ok, here’s a compromise.

    You get your abortions on demand. But **I** get, any woman who gets one, gets forcibly implanted with Norplant or IUD or tubal ligation. Also, these women get a high tax put on them for it, and that money gets transferred to responsible, married White women who would like a baby or another one.

    I hate women? The ones that are too stupid or evil to be responsible with their fertility, yeah, that’s my misogyny.

    • Replies: @Anon
  111. jsm says:
    @The Real World

    Name one. Since the end of WWII in 1945, name a war that we entered because our homeland was threatened?

    Well, you can make the argument that the Southern boys who went to war against Iraq, at least at the time, thought they were going to defend the Homeland (fight them there so we don’t have to fight them here.) It was all bullshit from the Bush Admin, true, but the Southerners who were in favor of the war didn’t know that at the time. The fact that people swallowed the idea, that they were going to Iraq to keep them out of here, is proof that that’s the reason when “most people” believe war should be fought, to protect the homeland.

    • Replies: @The Real World
  112. Anon[336] • Disclaimer says:

    Define misogynist. You can’t. It’s just a shut up word.

    “Misogynist: A man who hates women as much as women hate each other.”

    -H.L. Mencken, 1919

  113. Anon[336] • Disclaimer says:
    @mulga mumblebrain

    Thanks for proving my point-a regular little Bundy aren’t you?

    Ad Hom = Loser

  114. Emslander says:
    @The Real World

    I don’t know where you’ve been for the past fifty years, but the people who see abortion as murder have always known and spoken about the gender that are most defensive when a pregnancy comes about. It’s the guy who will be at the wrong end of the shotgun.

    • Replies: @The Real World
  115. @jsm

    Hi Jsm, you and the others who have challenged my position miss the point. I wasn’t making a moral argument on abortion (I’m kind of agnostic), but a political one. Politicians try to gauge the way the wind is blowing the closer it gets to elections. Unlike democrats, who all think like lemmings, republicans are always fighting each other. That’s a good thing but can cause them to lose elections they should win.

    With the country quickly falling apart under senile Biden, and nuclear war a growing possibility due to Washington’s refusal to negotiate, there are bigger fish to fry this time. The best thing the republicans could do from an electoral standpoint (just my opinion) would be to strongly and publicly reject Biden’s war, as Tucker Carlson is doing. But the party is full of disgusting RINOS like McConnell and effeminate Lindsay Graham (who has doubled down saying there is “no off-ramp” to war unless Putin is assassinated).

    The party in the minority can do little to stop the agenda of the majority, especially if the democrats make good on their threats to end the filibuster. If you want Court Packing, DC and Puerto Rican statehood (making the democrats a permanent majority), and millions more illegals flooding into the country and soon-to-be in your neighborhood, just give them two more years in power. Is overturning RvW worth it if it causes the republicans lose in November? I don’t think so. Hell, with another Congressional majority, they’ll codify it into law.

    • Agree: The Real World
  116. @Emslander

    Or, at the right end of a shotgun, as it were.

    After-all, in every single sex situation, HE has the easiest means to prevent an unintended pregnancy. There is only one aspect of the whole encounter than he needs to NOT do. It is simply beyond belief that the aversion to responsibility that you spoke of is so intense that the bloke can’t even grasp that or have the basic respect not to do it.

    Add that, before DNA testing, many would just completely deny the fetus could possibly be theirs leaving her to handle the whole thing. Deplorable.

    But wait, it gets better. In the era of DNA testing and him having difficulty avoiding help pay to raise a baby he helped create because she doesn’t want to abort it despite all his pressure to do so — what do some of those jackwits do? They kill her, or hire someone to do it. Yep, it happens more often than people realize.

    Emslander, WHY does no one speak of that? Why don’t those murders bother people? Why don’t they speak about, if all abortions were ever outlawed, that women’s lives would be at real risk by the guy who couldn’t be bothered to just not do that one thing and now doesn’t want to pay for his selfishness?

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  117. @jsm

    Translation – you couldn’t name one. So, your ‘defensive war’ assertion falls flat. It seems you are behind the factual 8-ball on alot of what goes on in the world and USA.

    Imo, your efforts would be better spent dealing with the intense self-hatred you appear to have. And to stop projecting that outward onto other women. Best to clean your own stall before criticizing others.

  118. Emslander says:
    @The Real World

    First of all, we call it a baby. Fetus is just a way for you to depersonalize the matter. It’s like using pejoratives on minorities, Jews and Catholics. I’ve heard them all. Proves that you only want to dehumanize the inconvenient persons cluttering your world.

    Killing fills your mindset, doesn’t it? You’ve been listening to your father too much “who has always been a murderer and a liar, the Father of Lies.”

    There, now I’ve responded to your scummy post. It will be the last time, Rurik.

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  119. Any state that legalizes abortion must also say men cannot be forced to pay child support. The man has no say in whether the kid lives or dies but if the mother chooses life, the man has to pay!!


  120. @Intelligent Dasein

    “not supposed to.” Is that lawyer-speak?

  121. @Emslander

    LOL, good grief, you don’t even know what the life stages are called. I nailed it in my first post on this thread…..EPIC ignorance is the biggest problem with this issue.

    HERE, educate yourself.
    foetus (American) fetus (ˈfiːtəs) noun
    a young human being, animal, bird etc in the early stages of development before it is born or hatched.

    And, again, you have no rebuttal at all; my points are too solid. So, you sling immature nonsense. You are entirely vacuous on this issue. But, I still give you credit for pointing out the astonishing irresponsibility of males regarding all of this. It’s appalling and has been for a very long time.

    Rurik…lol. I now know who you mean but, I’ve never even read one of his posts. Man-up. Ems.

  122. @Goddard

    Here, I’ll toss you some ideas on that and I bet I’m closer to right than wrong.

    Take 20 mental steps back to look for what commonality they share. Well, the vast majority were raised in Christian households or their parents or grandparents, etc. were. Even if many current whites were never particularly raised as religious, that psychological training has come down thru generations.

    The denominations vary quite a bit but, two with the biggest memberships – Catholics and Baptists – are quite strident and very control and obedience focused. In my experience, that often translates to a mash-up of: lack of self-assurance, too deferential, lesser-developed intellect, emotional dependence on a deity, always looking for a savior (Trump; need I say more?), not comfortable rocking the boat or being an outlier.

    I’m not being a smart-ass, seriously, what animal did I just describe, it occurs to me? Sheep.
    So, here we are with the wolves panting down our sheep necks – who do you think will prevail?

  123. @lloyd

    They believed if the black population got the vote they would be tribal and obnoxious

    Wow, who would have guessed?

  124. @littlewing

    these people have no real arguments at all.
    Just screaming, thrashing and smashing.

    And yet they win when we refuse to fight.

  125. @Lisa

    The Supreme Court is off the rails on abortion.

    There is a clear right to privacy under the third amendment, the court has never addressed the question of whether the third amendment grants a right of privacy, and it will not be doing it this time. The third amendment forbids the government from requiring a citizen to quarter a soldier in his or her home. If ever there was an invasion of privacy, that would be it. And yet the claim has been there is no right to privacy in the Constitution.

    As a lawyer, how such an oversight of such an important amendment and it’s obvious application to abortion, has never been brought up, just totally baffles me.

    If you have an inviolate right to a gun under the second amendment, you have an inviolate right to privacy under the third.
    And the government should have no right to violate her right to privacy.

    I was a personal injury lawyer for 35 years before I retired. I am truly an “expert” in medical legal issues. It is clear that we honor privacy rights in the medical context.

    It is also clear that “pregnancy” is a medical diagnosis, and in all legal proceedings in all jurisdictions, as far as I am aware, a medical diagnosis must be made by a MD or DO and it takes the testimony of one or the other to establish this diagnosis in court. A woman asserting the right to privacy would prevent this testimony. It would be nearly impossible for the prosecution to overcome fifth amendment and third amendment defenses.

  126. @davidgmillsatty

    Appreciate your viewpoint and info provided.

    Let me ask you this, in the event the abortion issue gets turned-over to the states and some states pass a full prohibition of abortion. It seems that a form of servitude would be the case in that event for a woman legally prohibited from access to one.

    Could the 13th Amendment be argued in defense of individual liberty and prohibit Govts from imposing state-mandated physical restrictions on a person?


    Section 1.
    Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction.

    Section 2.
    Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation.

    Passed by Congress January 31, 1865. Ratified December 6, 1865.

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  127. @The Real World

    “Section 1.
    Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction.”

    Which means the military draft has been unconstitutional for 150 years and yet we have had drafts many times. The govt ignores the constitution at will.

    BTW – forced jury duty is also in violation.

    • Thanks: The Real World
  128. the whole business of letting the SC write laws has to end. The very first words of the constitution after the preamble are – “All legislative powers herein granted shall be vested in a congress of the united states.”

    So judges can’t write laws. Nor can bureaucrats and presidents. And yet they do it all the time.

  129. Emslander says:

    I’m a retired lawyer, too, who nearly exclusively litigated constitutional issues, and you, sir, are barking up the wrong tree both biologically and constitutionally.

    The third amendment had a very narrow right to establish in a period when war meant government overrunning homes, farms and businesses in the name of national security.

    If some clown feminist came in arguing that abortion is established by the non-quartering of troops amendment, she’d be quietly escorted to a local behavioral health clinic.

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  130. @Emslander

    Indeed, the 13th Amendment may have more application. You weren’t mature enough to provide a reasoned reply to my comment above about why it might or might not.

    Pretty sad…

  131. If abortion is abolished, ALL EUROAMERICA will have burgeoning troubles across the board!!! Blacks use abortion as birth control, aborting at a much higher rate than any other group, five times higher than the White rate. As Candace Owens recently said on Fox, Roe has kept the black numbers from being twice what they are.

    The black population will double soon enough, meaning that

    1) the ongoing epidemic of black-on-White violence will spike. DoJ stats say there are 1480 black-on-White crimes PER DAY. Double the black pop and there could be 2960 per day;

    2) there’ll be many more millions of black votes for the Marxists destroying the USA, and for black mayors who ruin cities, etc. (87% of black voters voted against Trump in ’20);

    3) Whites will pay increasingly more for welfare–to maintain a population that’s a danger to them;

    4) millions of women will be taken out of their jobs, as Yellen recently said (yeah, even such as she can talk sense sometimes)–stopping or reducing their economic contribution to society, and instead making them economic sponges requiring welfare to maintain their growing brood;

    5) 40 million more blacks will contribute to displace Whites, reducing the majority they constitute;

    6) make blacks a more formidable foe in the event of a paramilitary reckoning, such as might well occur after a breakdown of the existing order….

    BIG MISTAKE to overturn abortion, which has had something of a eugenic effect as well. The gross stupidity of White Conservatives, who’d shoot themselves in the foot by banning abortion, stems from a toxic superstition imported to Europe by europhobic West Asians…. This superstition has had the purpose and effect of impairing Europeans’ instincts of self-protection.



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  132. Alden says:

    The PowersThatBe don’t care about abortion. The care very very deeply about affirmative action discrimination against White Americans and continual immigration of non White cheap labor democrat voter immigrants.

  133. Alden says:

    If you think the third amendment constitutes a right to privacy you are not a lawyer and never went to law school. You’re not a judge’s secretary, court reporter or bailiff either. You’re just making it up.

  134. Alden says:

    I don’t think the men on the supreme court who legalized abortion were all Protestants. Probably at least one or two Catholics and Jews on the court.

    What all the ranting and raving anti abortion MEN OF UNZ don’t know is that it was one, just one WASP MAN who paid for and organized the entire pro abortion beginning in 1956. The Roe vs Wade litigation. He found and paid the lawyers, paid for their offices and all expenses.

    That WASP MAN paid for 17 years of pro abortion propaganda and Roe vs Wade from a product he sold only to MEN.

    The MEN OF UNZ don’t know who that man was nor how the money they gave him was used to legalize abortion

    The man was named Hugh Hefner. And the product he sold to MEN was Playboy magazine and trinkets and in some cities his Playboy Clubs. That were profitable because he sold the most watered down drinks ever. Consumer affairs should have monitored those clubs.

    And the MEN OF UNZ have created a myth that the only women who get abortions are professional career White women in their late 20s who get their abortions because it would impede their wonderful career. And rant and rave endlessly on this site about fertility. If they’re so concerned about fertility rates why didn’t they have 6 or 7 or 8 kids?

    Louisiana, Alabama and Mississippi are the states that have most restricted abortions. They are also the states that have the most blacks. Look back about 80 to 50 years and see what the blacks from those states did to New York, Philadelphia, Newark, Camden, Columbus Cincinnati Toledo, Detroit Flint Gary, Calumet City Chicago then Milwaukee St Louis and then jumped to Los Angeles and Oakland Ca and Denver.

    So many of our great cities destroyed by blacks from those 3 states.

    For a long time there was the hope that the cities would come back. Recently the blacks have done worse to New York and Chicago that they did 60, 50 years ago. Los Angeles is defeating the blacks by replacing them with Hispanics who keep the peace in their ever increasing neighborhoods without bothering the police who are afraid to touch a black criminal. The negro loving Whites are being replaced by Armenians, Persians Russians and Israelis who look at blacks objectively and see them for what they really are.

    A very low once classified as retarded, criminal violent hateful useless under class.

    To be anti abortion is to be anti White.

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