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Jared Taylor and his co-host discuss the verdicts in the Arbury, Rittenhouse, and Charlottesville cases. They also talk about Waukesha, Azziza Graves, air pollution in DC, GoKAR, and the death of Young Dolph.

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  1. I tink it’s been suggested prior but I’ll toss my lone lil vox in and kindly ask that a transcript be s provided for the same reasons I’ve already seen mentioned.
    So, i get it’s moar wirk but ya know the ol saying arbeit mach frei. Or something like that.
    Thank you

    • Agree: ThreeCranes
    • Replies: @Jared Taylor
    , @Bill Jones
  2. @Tony massey

    Making a transcript of an hour-long conversation is a big job. If we had more money it could be done, but most podcasts do not come with transcripts.

    Because they are shorter, my videos always come with the transcript.

    • Replies: @SafeNow
  3. When a Black man isn’t in the mood to be arrested or talked down to by Whites, things can escalate and lives ruined.

    If Ahmaud Arbery had stopped running and faced his pursuers with words, he’d be alive and the McMichaels would be going on with their lives.

    If Walter Scott hadn’t fought and ran from arrest by Officer Michael Slager, he’d be alive and Slager would be still serving his community and enjoying family and freedom.

    If Jacob Blake hadn’t resisted police and made threatening moves, he wouldn’t be paralyzed and the deadly riot in Kenosha wouldn’t have happened.

    If Rayshard Brooks hadn’t resisted police after being caught for a DUI he’d be alive and arsonists wouldn’t have destroyed property and livelihoods.

    If Michael Brown hadn’t attempted to fight Officer Darren Wilson….

    If Trayvon Martin hadn’t attempted to smash George Zimmerman’s head in…

    If George Floyd hadn’t swallowed drugs and started thrashing like a mad man…

    There is a pattern. The erratic and belligerent behavior of Black males is the common thread, with others paying a steep price. It’s blame shifting when others are punished for Black problems.

    • Agree: mark green, Wokechoke
    • Replies: @Wokechoke
  4. SafeNow says:

    Rittenhouse was found not-guilty, but he certainly did not “get off.” His life was upended. The lesson for 75 million sane people is that even if the case against you is preposterous, we can upend your life. It does not matter if you are found not-guilty. Further, we can grind you by simply going through the motions using prosecutors from the bottom of the deck (even a whale); we do not even need to waste the resources of prosecutors from the top of the deck.

    I will add that if you find yourself enmeshed in this Kafkaesque system, your own lawyer is likely to exacerbate the nightmare. His case-management paradigm will be: “complex, expensive, drawn-out and hostile.” Thus, the deterrent is not only the whale, but your own prospective lawyer.

  5. SafeNow says:
    @Jared Taylor

    Ten seconds of research told me that the cost of a transcript is 75 cents to \$1.50 per audio minute. Not so bad. I was surprised. I had been assuming that it would be more like my plumber’s billing rate. Of course, if the transcript existed, we would lose the magic of Jared Taylor’s voice inflections. (I have been practicing the Jared tone, but can’t quite duplicate it. I think it would require a voice coach.)

    • Replies: @Badger Down
  6. Here’s a case of an innocent black man, wrongfully convicted, railroaded, screwed royally.

    Which is graphic proof why capital punishment is wrong. Had they executed Anthony Broadwater, then he wouldn’t be alive to (rightfully) sue of Alice Sebold.

    You see, capital punishment always kills a few innocent people every few years.

    Why? Because of wrongful convictions, railroading, patsy-making. Oh, you people will never understand. You’re too stupid.

  7. nsa says:

    These tacky little morality plays are meant to convey a message to the public, in the same manner as a parent reading an Aesop fable to the kiddies. White milsim teeny-bopper offs a couple of white punks……the system says good job so you get off. Three white morons off an afro punk….. the system says not good so you get life sentences. Hmmmm……. Anyone care to venture the obvious conclusion, beyond it’s unwise to bring a skateboard to a gunfight?

    • Replies: @Wokechoke
  8. @SafeNow

    I don’t do audio, never have. Takes an hour to listen to an hour of audio; ten minutes to read the script.

    • Replies: @Bill Jones
  9. @obandiyag #6
    There are people of all colours wrongfully convicted. Why they are, is almost always because they are unable to “fight back”. I include scumbags like Harvey Weinstein in wrongfully convicted, because other than allegations made by “victims” there is no evidence, physical or documentary, that he did what was alleged. He was unable to fight back in the “believe women” political climate.
    The media has played an enormous role in wrongful convictions by creating both a narrative and “pressure” to assign guilt to somebody or anybody, as the case may be. This leads to police looking for evidence to fit theories rather than following the trail of evidence. Sidney Powell has been speaking out about the corrupt justice system for decades. These days, the law has been weaponized, and is a danger to everyone.
    I am generally opposed to capital punishment, but there is, I believe, justification in a few circumstances.

    • Replies: @Wokechoke
  10. @Tony massey

    The right approach would have been:

    Jared, I know it’s a big job but I think a transcript would be appreciated by many, I’d be happy to send one to you for your consideration

    • Replies: @Tony massey
  11. @Badger Down

    I agree, the rule of thumb is about three times longer to listen than read, with this proviso: Listen while driving, doing that while reading is frowned upon in my part of the world.

  12. An LA fireman dropped his pants and, well, used the city’s vaccine mandate letter as his bidet. The race of the man isn’t given, but the black fireman’s group the Stentorians filed the complaint and had quite a statement of outrage made public. They want him canned, but the department is dragging its feet.

    If he’s white, why haven’t they told us? If he’s black, why are they being so hard on him?

    My guess is that he is neither. That covers a majority of Angelenos!

    Too embarrassing, it appears.

  13. Wokechoke says:

    There is something pathetic about black criminality and increasingly so what I call black terrorism. The two things are a singularity now.

    They shamble around creating more shambles. There’s no Jihad, where at least if an Arab kills you, you are a Christian martyr in a sense. Additionally there’s no redemption in the suffering and certainly no point to the violence. It’s just shambolic. Voodoo.

  14. Wokechoke says:

    Weinstein deserves everything he’s getting. McGowan is well aware of organised Jewry in the film biz.

  15. Wokechoke says:

    If Kyle had shot the black who got stomped him he’d have been hanged.

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