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Oh God. Oh God. Is there no surcease? I know, silly question. Squalling protesters: Half of the country seems fifteen years younger than its chronological age. Staged ire. Sordid passion of the herd. Hysteria. Irrationality. Weird accusations. Savage feminists. As per custom, it is all about how horrible men are.

One of the sillier sillinesses of feminists regarding us men, of whom they seem to know little, is that we hate women, scorn them, want to abuse and hurt them and, most especially, gang-rape them. See, men view rape casually. It’s just something to do in a moment of boredom. Like scratching, or wondering where we left our keys. It’s because of our misogyny. The Sisterhood seems to love misogyny, pray for misogyny, invent misogyny because without it life would be bleak and devoid of meaning.

What is wrong with these baffled ditz-rabbits? Men hate women? By and large, our mothers have been women. Yes, check it out. Also our wives and girlfriends, grandmothers, granddaughters, daughters and–this will astonish the more ardent among feminists–even many of our friends. And, often, our collies.

As for regarding rape causally: If some dirtball raped anywoman close to me, I would favor subjecting him to a sex change with a propane torch, knee-capping him as a mobility-reduction measure, giving him a beating of the sort popular with dentists who want Porsches, and putting him in Leavenworth for thirty years. Sensitive readers will suggest that I am a psycho for proposing such effective and extremely meritorious measures. Admittedly they run counter to the trade winds of American jurisprudence. But a great many men will quietly say, “Right on, Fred.”

But: Rape is a crime. The standard is guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. As well as I can see, the Kavanaugh charges do not even meet the civil standard of preponderance of the evidence, since there seems to be little evidence to preponder. The accuser doesn’t remember when it was, or where it was, or just who was there, and those she thinks were there don’t remember the party.

It would be uncharitable of me to note that she sure did pop up at a politically convenient time. So I won’t note it, as I am very charitable. Anyway, such is the nobility of our democracy that no one would make phony rape charges to derail a judgeship. In Guatemala, yes, but not in America. Heaven forfend.

Since I am actually in a mood for noting things, I will note that any girl in my high school class–King George High, class of 1964–could accuse me of raping her at a party, and do it with similar evidence: none. Equally with Kavanaugh, I would have no way to defend myself. How could I prove what I hadn’t done at a party nobody remembered after 55 years? This would be no defense against the presumption of guilt. Girls I dated would report that I had no such inclinations. Surviving teachers would remember–well, perhaps imperfect behavior, but nothing lubricious. This would prove nothing.

However, this first accusation against Kavanaugh has the virtue that it could have happened, since there is no proof that it didn’t happen. The same could be said of course of the charge that I raped whoever some girl might say that I had. Ah, but now we come to the gang-rape business. We have:

“Swetnick, who attended High School in Gaithersburg, Maryland, swore under oath that she attended at least 10 parties where she says she witnessed Kavanaugh, Mark Judge, and others “cause girls to become inebriated and disoriented so they could then be ‘gang raped’ in a side room or bedroom by a ‘train’ of numerous boys.” She added that she has a “firm recollection of seeing boys lined up outside rooms at many of these parties waiting for their ‘turn’ with a girl inside the room,”

First, “cause girls to become inebriated and disoriented.” This displays a common theme among feminists, painting girls as helpless, easily manipulated victims, having no will of their own. Is this not truly insulting to girls? “He didn’t tell me beer had alcohol in it and I didn’t know boys were interested in sex, I thought it was just us girls….”

But, just as the problem with the first story is no witness, the problem with the gang rape is too many witnesses. “At least ten parties….” Since it is unlikely that a girl would come back to be gang-raped a second time, this implies at least ten victims. While it is true that a rape victim often will not come forward because of embarrassment, it is curious that not one of the violated multitude said anything, even though everyone at the party would have seen the line-up. None of the other girls at the party said anything either, even though this was a frequent occurrence. Is it not odd that the author of this story, seeing long lines of boys engaging in rape, at party after party after party, saw no particular reason for reporting it? That the many other girls witnessing this also said nothing? This is a song sounding mightily of fabrication. Which must be obvious to senators who, though morally challenged, are not stupid.

With this many victims, perpetrators, and witnesses, it is impossible that the FBI will not find proof. If Kavanaugh, and other boys, did it, they belong in jail. Bill Cosby went to the slam for proven rape committed many years ago So can Kavanaugh. But if they did not, perjury charges against the accusers would be salutary, or at the very least civil actions for libel. Given the immense hardship and often irremediable consequence of being falsely accused, the penalty for false charges should also be harsh.

False accusations of rape are not uncommon. A few gain national attention. Most do not. A few: Tawana Brawley, a black woman, was gang-raped by four white (of course) men, except that she wasn’t. Next there is the Duke Lacrosse case, Then at Rolling Stone a feminist writer and a magazine not greatly given to fact checking published the story of rape at the University of Virginia, also discredited. It cost them a libel settlement. And so on.

Again, if the accused men and boys had been guilty, long prison terms would have been a good idea. But they weren’t. The presumption of guilt for men and innocence for women are convenient for those who want to prevent confirmation of a judge but do not reflect reality. People, assuredly to include women, use what power they have to get what they want.

The editor of a major paper once told me that he never allowed a woman into his office unless the door was open and a third person present. Why? If a disgruntled reporter says, “He groped me,” it will go viral. (Joyful headline headline in competing paper: “Editor of Daily Blatt allegedly….”) Months of furor will ensue. He will have large legal bills. The suspicion arising from that “allegedly” will never die. The paper’s board may well decide that regardless of guilt he is having too serious an affect on the advertisers. He will be permitted to resign, never to get a similar job. The Daily Blatt will settle as quietly as possible for a quarter million.

Meanwhile, the Kavanaugh carnival is up and running. Now, Lord save us, we have USAToday trying to nail Kavanaugh for…yes…pedophilia. The evidence? Ain’t none. None needed. Hey, we’re talking the American media.

Nuff said. I predict the soon headline: “Berkeley sychotherapist recounts seeing Brett Kavanaugh leading the entire Marine Division in gang-raping thirteen-year-old autistic orphans.”


The Fredian Occasional Latin Tour Guide!

America has some fifty-seven million residents of Latin-American descent, mostly citizens. Willy-nilly, they are part of America. Thinking that many Americans might want to know something about them, where they came from, what they do and have done, what manner of wights they be, the Occasional TourGuide will offer, occasionally, some glimpses. These necessarily will be selective and biased. Putting a continent and a half in a web page would be awkward. I hope that readers will find them interesting, and a remedy to the idea, epoused by weblouts, that Latin America is an unalloyed s of wretched hellhole.

Maria Izquierdo, a Mexican artist I like. Died 1955.

(Republished from Fred on Everything by permission of author or representative)
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  1. We’ve yet to hear Madame C. weigh in–and based upon a recent photo she has a lot to weigh in with, too. The wine cellar in Chappaqua must’ve run out of chardonnay but–stay tuned.

  2. Also our wives and girlfriends, grandmothers, granddaughters, daughters and–this will astonish the more ardent among feminists–even many of our friends. (emphasis mine)

    Fred, Fred, Fred… you always have to go too far and descend into ludicrous hyperbole.

    Female friends? Absurd.

    Pics or it never happened.

  3. Oh, and as to substantive matters…

    Kavanaugh is not being accused of rape (at least, not by Ford).

    He is having a job interview for a government sinecure, and someone he went to school with claims that he did things to her that would meet the criteria for attempted rape.

    In a prurient and shallow swamp of false-piety and sanctimony (i.e., US society and its political class in particular), that is thought to be germane to his fitness for the job (of which, more in a few sentences’ time).

    I don’t have a dog in this fight: I have a very jaundiced view of courts generally, and the US Supreme court in particular. They are power’s handmaidens – BlackRobes who engage in gravitas-laden[1] theatrics to try to put lipstick on the State pig.

    That has corollaries:

    ① anyone selected as a candidate for that job is a set of ‘safe hands’ from the perspective of the party doing the candidate selection;
    ② anyone who wants to be a candidate is a disgraceful sack of shit.

    So for me, if someone from ② gets to be ①, then any ill that befalls them is nothing more than light entertainment.

    It’s unlikely that Kavanaugh would have faced a genuine threat of criminal sanction if Blassey had complained at the time of the alleged incident: it would have been chalked up to juvenile japes and what-not.

    It’s also true that adolescent indiscretions (albeit potentially disturbing for the victim) are no basis on which to evaluate fitness as a candidate for senior court apparatchik; a drunken fumbling grope attempt at 17 says nothing about one’s judgement 30-odd years later.

    But here’s the thing: this dude wants to be part of a life-tenured clique that arrogated to itself the right to call the shots on the final jurisprudential stage in the US system up to and including matters of constitutional import.

    As a group the BlackRobes have gotten it objectively wrong many times (Dredd Scott v Sanford; Ableman v. Booth; Buck v Bell; Plessy v Ferguson; Herrera v Collins) and morally wrong even more often (South v Maryland; Bush v Gore; Wickard v Filburn).

    The hubris involved in wanting to be on that court is an invitation to nemesis.

    And to quote Brick Top (from the movie “Snatch”):

    Do you know what ‘Nemesis’ means? A righteous infliction of retribution manifested by an appropriate agent – personified in this case by a ‘orrible cunt: me.

    If this was going to play out Hellenically, this controversy will result in the nomination failing, and Kavanaugh will move on to catharsis and eventually metanoia; but this being 21st century America, he will be confirmed and will go on to do his masters’ bidding.

    Now the question of actual fitness for purpose.

    Assuming arguendo that the SCOTUS-J role is what the demos [mis]perceives (i.e., an impartial arbiter and keen legal scholar), then Kavanaugh’s histrionics during the hearing show that he does not have the mental, cognitive or temperamental fortitude for the role.

    However, since the SCOTUS-J role is just to be a lifetime lackey for the party what brung you to the dance… he’s exactly what his side of politics ordered.

    [1] Like de la Rochfoucauld (especially Maxim 237), Stern and Shaftesbury, I have an extremely dim view of gravitas. As Shaftesbury said

    Gravitas is the very essence of imposture. (Characteristics, p. 11, vol. I.)

  4. What if this whole thing was just carefully managed theater designed to entertain the rubes? We must never be allowed to forget there is a government in our lives to the point where it starts to feel like a family member.

  5. @Low Voltage

    Or, to put it another way…

    If they can get you asking the wrong questions, they don’t have to worry about answers.

    That’s Proverb 3 of the Proverbs for Paranoids from Thomas Pynchon’s “Gravity’s Rainbow“.

    • Replies: @Alan Donelson
  6. Biff says:

    There are two things I cant stand:

    Cockroaches, and prep school pricks that go on to be frat boy fucks, and then on to lawyers, who then become so self entitled that they honestly believe they are chosen by god to decide for others.

    Nasty creatures all of them.

  7. Realist says:

    As a group the BlackRobes have gotten it objectively wrong many times (Dredd Scott v Sanford; Ableman v. Booth; Buck v Bell; Plessy v Ferguson; Herrera v Collins) and morally wrong even more often (South v Maryland; Bush v Gore; Wickard v Filburn).

    You left out.

    Buckley v. Valeo, 424 U.S. 1976 and exacerbated by continuing dumb shit SC decisions First National Bank of Boston v. Bellotti, Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission and McCutcheon v. Federal Election Commission

  8. Rurik says:

    This was a beauty of a comment.

    Kudos, and muchas gracias

    I have a very jaundiced view of courts generally, and the US Supreme court in particular. They are power’s handmaidens – BlackRobes who engage in gravitas-laden[1] theatrics to try to put lipstick on the State pig.

    Very elequently and succinctly stated!

    ① anyone selected as a candidate for that job is a set of ‘safe hands’ from the perspective of the party doing the candidate selection;
    ② anyone who wants to be a candidate is a disgraceful sack of shit.

    So for me, if someone from ② gets to be ①, then any ill that befalls them is nothing more than light entertainment.


    There is one aspect of this farce that does deserve some merit, from my perspective. And that is the part where we get to watch more of the unhinged, apoplectic, butt-hurt, aneurysm-popping hysterics of the progressive left. It’s like more of those tears of existential angst from all those castrating Hillary supporters anticipating their big win, only to have it snatched away at the crucial moment by the big, blonde white guy who likes women and cruelly mocks their messiah.

    Watching Hillary psychologically implode is still one of my most sublime pleasures, even today. It’s the gift that keeps on giving…

  9. @Biff

    Envy is a deadly sin.

    • Replies: @Biff
    , @anon
  10. @Kratoklastes

    But here’s the thing: this dude wants to be part of a life-tenured clique that arrogated to itself the right to call the shots on the final jurisprudential stage in the US system up to and including matters of constitutional import.

    Actually, here’s the thing: I want this dude to be part of a life-tenured clique that arrogates to itself the right to call the shots and etc.

    Because somebody’s going to do it, and I’d rather it be a bourgeois white guy with social markers indicating that he, like me, has been a red-blooded American teenager rather than a foppish Bubble-boy nerd with no theory of mind or a bitter lesbian hag.

    • Replies: @Kratoklastes
  11. buckwheat says:

    If a white female liberal loon can identify as a black female liberal loon then surely all female liberal loons can identify as rape victims. This is the new America where if you can say it without proof somebody will believe it. Kavanaugh needs to sue those 3 liars for everything they own.

  12. From my blog:

    Oct 1, 2018 – The Kavanaugh Circus

    This is a curious and confusing spectacle. I don’t think he’s a good pick since like all Supreme “Justices” he’s a Deep State sponsored toady with little respect for the US Constitution. But the Deep State allowed this spectacle, probably to embarrass Trump, who they are tying to oust even though he does whatever they demand. Perhaps they worry that Trump may suddenly rebel.

    One wonders why Republican Senate leaders allowed this circus to form. When allegations of drunken misconduct arose shortly before the vote, they should have dismissed the matter and moved on, noting there were no police reports or arrests involved, and all this occurred when he was a minor. Case closed! Most Americans consider groping and unwanted kisses by teenagers to be of poor taste remedied with a slap or kick in the shin. It is not “sexual assault.”

    Or perhaps they chose to allow the looney part of the Democratic Party to run wild knowing they would unwittingly hurt the Democrats in the upcoming November elections. Or maybe this is a Deep State media diversion to keep the social justice warriors busy with an unimportant issue, so they don’t protest Deep State wars, ever growing military spending, soaring budget deficits, or our dysfunctional health care system. Encourage them debate and protest what some guy did as a drunken teenager for the next few weeks and fill our “news” programs with related BS so real issues are avoided during the election campaigns.

    • Replies: @ThreeCranes
  13. @Carlton Meyer

    “all this occurred when he was a minor”

    Yeah. Liberals make much of the virtue of erasing a minor’s record once they turn 18. “It’s a clean slate. A chance to start over again with a reputation unblemished by youthful folly and mistakes. How can young Trey’Trayvontious grow up to become an aeronautical engineer if, upon entering adulthood, he is handicapped by the burden of felonious assault, burglary and attempted murder convictions?”

    But when it comes to Kavanaugh??? No way. No forgetfulness, no forgiveness. What he did as a minor, he will wear as a badge of shame throughout his adult life.

    Is it even legal to consider what he did as a minor as having any bearing on his fitness for this job? I’m seriously asking any parole officers or social workers out there who work with youth.

    • Replies: @Sin City Milla
  14. KenH says:

    As a group the BlackRobes have gotten it objectively wrong many times (Dredd Scott v Sanford; Ableman v. Booth; Buck v Bell; Plessy v Ferguson; Herrera v Collins) and morally wrong even more often (South v Maryland; Bush v Gore; Wickard v Filburn).

    Then you must be a leftist ideologue.

    In the Dredd Scott case the naturalization act of 1790 only extended citizenship to “free white persons”, so the court got it objectively right since they ruled in accordance with existing law and didn’t strike down or make law from the bench as too many power mad federal judges do today.

    Plessy v Ferguson is a closer call (because of the 14th amendment) but IMO the court got it objectively right because the court only upheld de jure segregation with the stipulation that public facilities must be equal in quality. And in doing so the court ruled that the desires and wishes of blacks don’t automatically supersede those of whites like federal courts reflexively do today.

    The great irony is that today blacks, not whites, are demanding racially segregated dormitories, student orientations, facilities, graduations, schools, clubs, etc. and leftists have no issue with that but will scream themselves hoarse about racism and white supremacy if whites do.

    In Bush v Gore I’m not sure what pressing moral issue was at stake other than you didn’t like the court’s decision, hence it was “immoral.” Was SCOTUS supposed to allow Florida to keep counting votes until Christmas?

  15. @The Anti-Gnostic

    I’d rather it be a bourgeois white guy with social markers indicating that he, like me, has been a red-blooded American teenager rather than a foppish Bubble-boy nerd with no theory of mind or a bitter lesbian hag

    It’s not the teenage indiscretions that should concern people – it’s the obvious temperament problem that manifested itself during his testimony.

    Anyone who ‘arcs up’ the way Kavanaugh did, has no place in any judiciary, be he ne’er so white and red-blooded: it shows that he is a narcissist.

    I don’t think he actually uttered the words “How dare you!”, but it would not surprise me if he had done so.

    So I would prefer a non-narcissist lesbian hag or “Bubble-boy nerd” (as if Kavanaugh did not grow up in a protective bubble! He exudes contempt for anyone outside of his class… nothing wrong with that, except if you’re hearing death penalty appeals or adjudicating on reproductive or sexual rights).

    By way of stark contrast, I have a very good example of a decidedly non-bourgeois person (who will be Chief Justice in my jurisdiction before he retires)…

    One of my close friends from university was made a judge of the Supreme Court (of Victoria, Australia) in 2013.

    He was a first-rate advocate (specialising in criminal defence) – another contrast with Kavanaugh, who is a lifetime party/government apparatchik who has never tried a case.

    Michael (for that is my old mate’s name) was also a former logging truck driver who returned to study in his mid-30s (having already had a family). He went to government schools for his entire education – the first Supreme Court justice to have done so, a fact that the Chief Justice remarked upon at his inauguration.

    Despite having no pedigree, no connections, no Old Boys’ (or Masonic) connections, he was made QC at the earliest possible date (i.e., 10 years after he was called to the Bar).

    He is also a witty bugger, and his default expression is a kind of half-smile, even now. He was (and is) talented enough that he does not have to rely on gravitas: on several instances he has cried in open court while recounting the facts of particularly tragic cases, even as he was sentencing the perpetrators to jail. This is not a display of weakness: it’s a display of empathy – a weak man would be scared of the public reaction.

    His robes sit heavy, but he still played “old-blokes’ footy” after his elevation to the bench.

    And although I think he has some leftish tendencies, I could not say with any certainty where his politics lie: when we were students together his economics was first-rate and “rationalist” (he and I both got Reserve Bank cadetships – only 4 of which were awarded Australia-wide in our year).

    Now… the reason I drop his name into the mix is that I can declare with absolute confidence that if he was involved in a hearing of this type, there would be no displays of righteous indignation, no partisan political commentary, no facial contortions, no spittle-flecked lips … in short, no displays of behaviour that indicate that he thinks that he is above reproach simply by virtue of his background or his current station.

    That‘s the guy you want in your judiciary: you can’t tell me that a nation of 300 million people – and a surfeit of lawyers – doesn’t have a single lawyer like Michael Croucher.

    OK, so that was a rhetorical trick on my part, because the US Supreme Court is only open to people who went to Harvard or Yale Law (although Ginsberg got her JD at Columbia, she was a transfer from Harvard).

    And, of course, they must have a lifetime track record of opinions that align with the party in power at the time of their nomination.

  16. @Kratoklastes

    Judges frequently “arc up” on the bench. And I couldn’t care less about your friend.

  17. Anonymous[290] • Disclaimer says:

    >>>>>>>>>>He is having a job interview for a government sinecure, and someone he went to school with claims that he did things to her that would meet the criteria for attempted rape. <<<<<<<<<<

    She was two grades behind him and attended an all girl school in a different part of town.
    So how is she someone he went to school with?

    I went to an all girl school (Catholic) and can't recall any boys I went to school with.

    As a mother, I was interested in the distance of her home from the place of the party.

    I gathered it was too far to walk to and walk home from, (especially at night). What did she tell her parents were she had been? Her parents did not care she ran around at night like that? At age 15.

    Not that Kavanaugh would be my choice.

    • Replies: @Liza
  18. Biff says:
    @The Anti-Gnostic

    Outliving the dinosaurs, and the upcoming nuclear war that deep state Kavanaugh butt buddies initiate does infact stir my envy.

  19. @KenH

    lol… it’s hilarious seeing the knee-jerk pigeon-holing carried out by folks hypnotised by the stupid R/D false-dichotomy.

    “Leftist” and similar tropes are part of the mechanism by which the parasite classes trick the cognitively incompetent to embrace politics.

    Not only am I not ‘left’; not only am I politically “unaffiliated”… I want all politicians – and their enablers – to be expropriated, then executed, then ground up and used as compost.

    Now to the non cartoon-dichotomy stuff…

    If you’re concerned about “legislating from the bench“, you’re being very selective about the starting point of Scott v San[d]ford, not to mention ignoring the flagrant (and very selective) judicial activism in the case itself.

    Now why would that be?

    Start with the Taney court declaring the Missouri Compromise unconstitutional (rather than the Naturalization Act – they had a very good basis for doing so). Why one, but not the other? Why not both, since they were looking at it? (Of which, more below).

    Or start back in Missouri with the decision granting Emerson’s appeal in Scott v Emerson (1850), and note that the appellate decision in Missouri was precisely the judiciary overturning Missouri precedent (Rachel v Walker, 4 Mo. 350 [1836] has almost exactly the same facts as Scott).

    As to the outright legal error: the error is that SCOTUS took the case in the first place.

    If they had got the law right, it would not have freed Scott – that’s NOT THE POINT.

    The majority got the law objectively wrong.

    Read Curtis’ dissent – as he correctly points out, if the majority asserted that Scott lacked standing on the (contrived) citizenship issue, then it should have refused to hear the case, not made any judgement as to the merits. Nelson’s opinion (semi-concurring with the majority) took the same view.

    Curtis made it absolutely clear at the time, that the decision would be viewed as obiter dicta (in other words, that the putative ratio decidendi would be rejected as invalid – which it was, even though core parts of the decision were invalidated by statute).

    On the citizenship issue itself, McLean’s dissent is pretty clear: he cited Marie-Louise v Marot, a Lousiana case with very similar facts.

    Which Law to Overturn? Choices, Choices

    Curtis’ dissent also points out that slaves were entitled to vote in 5 of the colonies that ratified the Constitution, and that this fact made them citizens both of those States, and of the United States.

    (Note – the next couple of paragraphs are my conclusions based on the dissents, not part of Curtis’ or McLean’s dissents… the dissents simply pointed out that the constitutionality of the Missouri Compromise had no bearing on the case and should not properly have been considered).


    The Naturalization Act of 1790 deprived some enslaved citizens, a right they held under their respective State constitutions; it did so using a power not expressly delegated to the United States.

    So – given that the court saw fit to invalidate the Missouri Compromise (itself an act of ‘judicial activism’, and rejected by both dissents) – why did they not see fit to invalidate the Naturalization Act?

    There you have it: the Scott case was of a piece with most ‘important’ SCOTUS decisions – the dominant clique in the court used legal sophistry to arrive at a decision that satisfied their political buddies’ requirements (Buchanan put all sorts of pressure on the court to “Git ‘er done” before his inauguration – making sure there was at least on Northerner in the majority).

    I could write about the same amount of blather about Plessy; that a racist like Harlan wrote such a stinging dissent (including declaring that Plessy would be viewed by history in the same light as Dredd Scott) is a nice place to leave off for now.


    Was SCOTUS supposed to allow Florida to keep counting votes until Christmas?

    Christmas doesn’t have any role in determining the right time to stop trying to clarify voters’ intentions.

    They were supposed to allow Florida (and EVERY other jurisdiction that required a recount) to keep counting votes until the task was finished and the electoral college votes were allocated by the process laid out in law.

    Let’s be clear: I am not a Gore fan – the guy is an absolute charlatan, and if he had been elected (and had two terms, which is likely) the US would have been in at least as bad a shape as it’s in now – although Pritzker and her monied ilk would not have had an environment conducive to advancing their ‘boy’ (Obama), either… counterfactuals are fun.

    The upside, judiciary-wise: hacks like ‘non-tax tax’ Roberts and Alito would not be part of SCOTUS (let alone Chief Justice)… but the court would be 6-3 (D)-lackeys, as opposed to 5-4 (R)-lackeys (if not Kavanaugh, then some other (R)-lackey eventually). That would have changed Citizens United, and a couple of other semi-important cases.

    • Agree: james charles
  20. Dan Hayes says:

    To Kavanaugh Naysayers One and All:

    Kavanaugh has one unalterably absolute redeeming feature that overwhelms all others: in his high school days in DC he played Irish football. CASE CLOSED!

    • Replies: @Biff
  21. wayfarer says:

    As manufactured political theatrics and deliberate distractions keep Americans easily mesmerized, more than 115 people in the United States die each day, after overdosing on opioids.

    “Opioid Epidemic by Numbers”

    “U.S. Drug Overdose Deaths Continue to Rise; Fueled by Synthetic Opioids”

    “Staggering Statistics About America’s Opioid Epidemic”

    “Secretive Family Making Billions of Dollars from Opioid Crisis”

    “Family Trying to Escape Blame for Opioid Crisis”

    “Toxic Gifts. Coming to Terms with Sackler Family Philanthropy”

    Sackler Faculty of Medicine (Tel Aviv University)

    Sackler School of Medicine (New York State/American Program of Tel Aviv University)

    • Replies: @animalogic
    , @Alden
  22. Rape is a social construct. Some languages don’t even have a word for it… Re Kavanaugh, who knew that he was a serial gang rapist whose coast to coast crime wave has kept the country secretly cowering in fear for the past 40 years? And thank goodness that we discovered just in time that he also possesses emotions n a point of view. We can’t have that on the SCOTUS! I mean, where would we be if other Justices decided to have points of view n even did interviews? Thank goodness that never ever happens, n all the current justices keep their lips sealed n are completely neutral.

  23. @Kratoklastes

    “Chopped up n used as compost”. I’m with you as long as you begin with Flake.

    • Replies: @Wizard of Oz
  24. You imbeciles defending this guy are EXACTLY the same as the liberals attacking him.

    You are both good, obedient lap-dogs, doing your master’s bidding perfectly.

    If you don’t understand, go stand in the corner and talk amongst yourself. You are too stupid for human intercourse. Bet you make a joke about that word. Because you are that stupid.

  25. @ThreeCranes

    I suspect that if Ford were male, then the Dems would be falling all over themselves rushing to pin medals on Kav for breaking the glass ceiling on behalf of NAMBLA.

  26. I hope he gets appointed.

    But of course he’s guilty. Just look at him. He looks guilty.

    All intelligent people judge people by how they look. Only imbeciles don’t judge a book by its cover.

    Oh, and so, when three young minority gentleman, at midnight, in the most notorious part of town, wearing hooded sweatshirts, looking really resentful and straight at you, with bulges in their pockets that look strongly mechanical and not the least physical, approach you, you walk up and shake their hand?

    You hypocrites. You utter hypocrites.

  27. @KenH

    The lesson in most of these allegedly incompetent decisions is not that they were decided wrongly, they were in fact legally correct, but that SCOTUS cannot compensate for decades of wildly incompetent congressional rule. The rational response to Plessy v Ferguson n to Brown v Board of Education was not to plow on as if SCOTUS had become the de facto Executive branch, but for Congress to take the hint n partition the country, giving part of the Deep South to blacks as their own ethno state under their own government, much as they acknowledged Reservations to Indians, Hawaii to Hawaiians, Phillipines to Filipinos, n Puerto Rico to Puerto Ricans.

    This will happen eventually anyway, when the US’s institutions blow up in our face, n the US divides into several ethnostates like the Soviet Union did. The good news is that Canada will blow up at the same time so the white areas, which by then will be a small minority of Canada, will join the whites if the former U.S.

    • Replies: @Alden
  28. Liza says:

    We don’t know that her parents “did not care she ran around at night like that…at age 15”.

    Teenagers and even younger children disobey their parents’ instructions, orders and warnings all the time. Maybe Ms Ford was chronically disobedient, a difficult child from Day One, and maybe (just opining here) that’s why she was sent to an all-girls private school. I sure know of such cases. Such attendance doesn’t change the child’s behavior or character, but it gets them away from their peers in public school, which makes the parents believe everything will now be alright with their naughty child.

    Not everything is the parents’ fault. Nurture can’t always undo Nature. Indeed, it rarely does in any deep, permanent sense. Just threaten and/or punish your children enough and then they’ll obey you – for the wrong reasons.

  29. Dorian says:

    I Told You So: Ford Is Lying And Needs To Go To Prison

    As I stated in a previous comment, Ford is just another hysterical man hating wobaby (woman baby), that has lied in her testimony and public shameful denunciation of Kavanaugh.

    Her lies are now coming back to haunt her: Ford delusional story unravelling rapidly. Ford is now facing prison, not Kavanaugh.

    As I have pointed out in that past comment, Ford is not suffering from any “sexual harassment” abuse. She is suffering from a long, entrenched and ever growing case of embitterment from her childhood years. This hatchet job on Kavanaugh is nothing more than a case of revenge from Ford. Brett Kavanaugh’s mother presided over her parents’ divorce and that led to a bitter house foreclosure that obviously had a lingering affect upon Ford and has now chosen to take this moment for revenge.

    Some people like Nicephorus, took Ford’s trauma to be some sort of psychological mental disorder or emotional distress. As I pointed out this was just hogwash, Regarding Nicephorus and Reality: Specifically the truth is much simpler: revenge.

    Now we see that Ford was lying about everything! She is not afraid of flying, she lied about her polygraph experience and expertise and lied about knowing Kavanaugh, when it is clear she did!

    Once again, proof, facts and evidence, shows us all that you can’t trust what people say, especially hysterical women! History is replete with examples of how hysteria, especially by women with a grudge, can destroy men lives. This nonsense, and it is ABSOLUTE NONSENSE, by Ford and her followers is nothing more than a bunch of pathetic individuals who’ve nothing in their lives other than to be jealous and embittered of others all because they are all failing in their own miserable, misbegotten lives. This is not about social justice, it is just about people who can’t accept their irrelevant position in society and need to destroy others whom are make something of themselves.

    Christine Ford is that lowest thing of womanhood; a bitter, delusional, man-hating female. When in reality the only thing she really hates, is herself. Now she will get her well over due comeuppance.

    And what of Senator Feinstein? That modern incarnation of Reverend Samuel Paris (alla Salem Witch Trials), what of her? She should be thrown out of the Senate, and allowed to wither in the backwaters of the Deep Swamp, where she belongs!

    Senator Feinstein you are a disgrace to Justice, the Senate, to Women, and above all, to the Human Race! Go back to murky slimy depths of the swamp, where you belong!

    • Replies: @Wizard of Oz
    , @Alden
  30. @Kratoklastes

    Wholeheartedly agree with all your comments and adstructions. However, it would seem to me that in 99% of cases, it really does not matter who gets elected or appointed to any office, in the US or whichever other country.

    What strikes me most in the whole Kavanaugh Show is that US politicians, the press and assorted figures, including many of the common citizenry, apparently care so much about the moral aspects of someone’s behavior during puberty and adolescence.

    At the same time, these same politicians, press and citizens don’t seem to have any compunctions about invading, killing and maiming people all over the world, on a continuous basis.

    Clearly the US, like other countries, is governed by a clique of psychopaths. I just never realized that psychopathy is contagious.

    • Replies: @Sin City Milla
    , @Sowhat
  31. Biff says:
    @Dan Hayes


    This is all you need to know about the Irish:

    Two Irish couples decide to swap partners for the night.

    After 3 hours of amazing sex, Paddy says: “I wonder how the girls are getting on”.

    • Disagree: Dan Hayes
    • LOL: Liza
    • Replies: @Curmudgeon
  32. @Kratoklastes

    I don’t know Michael Croucher J but I know and have a high regard for the conservative Attorney-General who appointed him (also, you may be interested to know the product only of radically unfashionable non-government schools). I Googled for Michael Croucher and was surprised to find how many of the items on the first page had him tearing up on the bench. I suspect that he fits pretty well with his appointer’s pretty strong law and order approach though I don’t remember what the attitude of the latter was to the introduction of victim impact statements, inevitably not subject to cross examination for obvious enough reasons. (Moi: I was never a fan for several reasons).

    While internet anonymity frees us up to say more than we can know with arrogant confidence I am surprised that you don’t make the distinction between US judges with a Bill of Rights to maximise the likelihood of value differences infecting their judgments (bolstered by life tenure) and Australian judiciary much of which still honours Dixon CJ’s “strict and complete legalism” in the sense in which he meant it (in answer to complaints of “excessive legalism”) and maybe Blackburn J’s excellent 1970s article on Judicial Method. But you also go too far in presuming to characterise SCOTUS judges as lackeys of the appointing parties, or anyone. You should just think of the advantages of tenure, put it together with a general knowledge of human nature and then consider as well how unlikely it would be that successful tenured products of (typically) Harvard and Yale Law Schools are going to pay any attention at all to politicians after a couple of years becoming comfortable with their Olympian elevation, let alone 15 years and more.

  33. Da Wei says:

    #Me Too, Biff.

    Roaches gotta be worse than DTs for heebie jeebies. And frat boys, like all entitled puffs, always ran counter to my working stiff ways. I’d step on both, but for spurning the intimacy.

    But, The Anti-Gnostic is probably right in seeing envy as the base of that resentment. Except for the cockroaches, where there’s not a crumb of envy in my contempt.

  34. Fred, without a dog in the fight I can easily write a script for a version where Ms Ford’s fishy appearance is the key to unravelling the Democrat plot or that the unfortunate Judge Kavanaugh is stupidly dissembling over the facts of his callow youth but, with some reservations this impresses me.

    What’s your analysis of it?

    Isn’t it appalling that Kavanaugh (presumably) couldn’t get away with a weasely half apology acknowledging that he might have behaved clumsily as a 17 year old without the slightest chance he was trying to rape anyone, or thinks he couldn’t. I suppose the risk would be that admitting ANYTHING could open the way to belief in more lurid accusaations.

  35. @KenH

    “Was SCOTUS supposed to allow Florida to keep counting votes until Christmas?”
    I was going to reply, however, Kratoklastes’ excellent reply covers the Bush v Gore issue.

    • Replies: @KenH
  36. No evidence just accusations. IOW no substance just shit-throwing. In the past this Perjuring whore ( would have been tossed in the gutter. But Feminism. I demand to be heard (Even though I lie).
    Outrage is the response warranted. Don’t like it? Too bad geldings. Grow a pair. Gave them away? Not our problem.
    If Killary is objectionable how will Booker-Harris look. We already had a pet monkey run the country. Do you actually want to double down? Let’s face it. There was a reason marginals should be/used to be exempt from Power. What stake does a leftists, homosexual, minority have in a healthy America?
    This stuff was obvious to our ancestors as was the spiteful, dishonest nature of women. Our founders denied them the vote. Such wisdom precludes the insanity we recently witnessed. How contretemps.

  37. @Kratoklastes

    Another excellent comment, Krat’ !
    Re: Kav’ “arc’ing up” I wonder whether that may have not been a carefully contrived piece of theatre, directed at the so-called Trump “base” ? I don’t know.
    Re: the judge himself. I recall his public nomination. His intro by Trump, his evident pleasure at nomination etc. However, his acceptance quickly segued into a modern version of Mr Smith goes the Washington. He seriously emphasised what a great family man he is. His little jokes with his daughters, coaching their basket ball team etc. The performance was just so sincere, so real…indeed, so slick & polished…. What a great guy ! I thought. Then I woke up – I’d been played….We’re not talking about a great guy, we’re talking about a judicial job application for the highest court in the US.
    Literally, a job for life.
    The “sex” business, whether true or false has completely distracted US from the substantive issue of whether this Judge, qua Judge is suitable for this role.
    Your references to his whole “silver spoon”
    history is largely indicative of the sex aspect. It goes to “character” at the least. It should be considered but not as, in itself, determative.

  38. TheBoom says:

    Good to see Fred back at pimping the joys of Mexicans at the end of the column. I wish them all the success in the world with their splendid artwork IN Mexico.

  39. @wayfarer

    You are spot on Wayfarer…but these deaths ? The dead are usually poor, without “family”, often of a non European ancestory…and, given their actual deaths, morally dubious…certainly not of the “right stuff ”
    And anyway, opioid treatment is (relatively) cheap. Need I say more ?

    • Replies: @wayfarer
  40. Heros says:

    Michael Savage has revealed that Ford’s father and grandfather were both CIA. Additionally, Ford was responsible for psychologically screening CIA interns at Standford. She claims that she remembered the “sex offense” during some kind of psychological hypnosis. She talked like a teenager during the hearing, and wore the same kind of problem glasses that she is wearing in pictures from her early teens. She was trained in how to fool lie-detector examinations. She was born about 1966 to a CIA operative father.

    This bitch just reeks of MKUltra. It not only would explain so much of her recent actions, it would also explain why she had 57 sex partners before starting college.

    Most likely Ford was a MKUltra beta sex kitten, and that would also explain her current positions at Standford. Stanford was a major center for MKUltra research and programming, with Keasey and Owsley Stanley both being heavily involved in LSD research there as well as in the forming of the mind-control masters of the Grateful Dead.

    • Replies: @nsa
    , @prusmc
    , @Logan
  41. I do not think that even Bill Cosby raped anybody. All he had to do is promise the girl role in next episode. And so by the time when Bill turned around and headed to liqueur cabinet there she was on the bed naked with the feet pointing to the Heavens.
    Basically the same story was with Wainstain.
    You know women do not use their pussy only as a payment for full, they also use pussy as a deposit.

  42. Anonymous [AKA "White Refugee"] says:

    I really hate Trump and this country. He said it’s a scary time for young men in this country. I’m a young man and I’ve never met anyone in real life who was falsely accused of sexual misconduct. The prospect isn’t even on anyone’s mind. No normal woman would do that. Some politicians might get falsely accused, but that isn’t something regular guys fear.

    But I’ll tell you who is under attack: white people, both men AND women. There were hardly any white girls at my high school. Hot white girls are a disappearing breed in many cities and towns all over this country because of mass immigration. And what has a fraud like Trump done about that? Absolutely nothing. His immigration failures are the real war on white women.

    But the little manbabies of the right will continue their hysteria and petty squabbles with white women and even ally with non-white men against their own women. White people divide and conquer themselves. The enemy doesn’t have to do anything but sit back and enjoy the show as whites fight each other instead of their own colonization and dispossession by the Third World.

    • Replies: @Rich
    , @Spanky
  43. @Kratoklastes

    They didn’t get Roe v Wade wrong ?

  44. In the small high school I attended and from which graduated in 1960 were 4 girls who took-on the entire football team more than once. There’s no reason for me to believe the school I attended was much different from any other public or private school. I could be wrong, but I doubt it. The truth is that quite a few girls and women who are mentally disturbed will do practically anything to acquire attention from males. It’s always been that way, and always will.

  45. Read The Protocols of Zion, it explains the whole playbook of the satanic Zionists and their goal of wrecking and disruption and lying to accomplish their goal of a satanic Zionist NWO.

  46. I used to live in Communist country, where social scientist were pushing the idea that first organized tribal societies were matriarchal. Than that today society is patriarchal. Prevailing theories were that patriarchal society inevitably must revert back to matriarchal society.
    I did not pay too much attention to it, and did seem to me that it was something strange.
    Is this happening in US? I do not know!

    • Replies: @Carroll Price
  47. George says:

    Is Kavanaugh a true believer in the Bush II mission to save the world or was he just a water carrier?

  48. chris says:

    Excellent article on the beautiful circus lifting the curtain on American politics. It’s always been this way, we just got loge seats this time.

    Regarding the “facts” being brought to bear, it seems that if you’re a woman and want your 15min of fame, all you have to do is describe your wildest sexual fantasy as long as you end your statement with the seal of quality: “100% Kavanaugh.”

    And wether he lied about not being a lush and she about everything else the most pertinent question is: where can you finally see more adults lying through their teeth than in the

    Indeed, the show must go on, and even Fred can’t make this any funnier that it already is.

  49. nsa says:

    Your radio hero, “Mikey Savage”, has a real name……Michael Alan Weiner. You got kiked but good by a 5’3″ pixie fraudster whose resume includes “original research” with aging jooie-homo beat poets, Allen Ginzburg and Pete Orlovsky, on an idyllic South Pacific island, no less. Bet he’d like to have that one back…….

    • Replies: @Heros
  50. Miggle says:

    It’s an indication that the “Checks and Balances” notion is a disaster. Basically a good idea, but not when formalized and legalized, when you need to formalize the checks on the checks and the balances on the balances. Why is the Congress sticking its nose into the appointment of a judge?

    But it’s the common law system itself that is the real disaster. English lawyers saw that there was a huge financial benefit for themselves in demonizing tbe most popular court, the Star Chamber, and the “Civil Law” system, at a time when England had both systems, the primitive one and the advanced one, working side by side.

    The most advanced legal system today appears to be the German system, in which legal representatives and judges have different career paths from the beginning.

    How the judges of the highest French and German courts are chosen deserves attention. It doesn’t appear to be political.

    This Kavanaugh episode only emphasizes that the most contemptible legal system in the world, whose highest court is merely a part of the political system, needs urgent change.

  51. anonymous[739] • Disclaimer says:


    Here’s reality.

    American 17 year old boys were horny in 1984, they were horny in 1954, they are horny now.

    If you are at 15-19 year old, attractive, sexy gal – expect to have lots of attention from these horny guys.

    If you are the father of one of these attractive, sexy 15-19 year old gals, you need to watch your daughter and the boys like a hawk, need supervision, need prayer, divine intervention – also I strongly recommend the fathers teach their daughters how to ….

    Slap a man.

    how to say


    American young women up until ~ 1965 generally knew this to be the case and knew hot to….

    Slap a man.

    Tell a man/men


    What the F#*$&#@ happened?

    Feminism is a mental disease – one of the worst forms of Communism.

    We need to some strong man, women who give birth to strong men.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  52. Agent76 says:

    Excuse me while I aim at my biggest problem with him and the Bush cabal.

    Sept 28, 2018 Kavanaugh’s White House role in the Patriot Act, warrantless wiretapping, and other programs of mass surveillance

    Chairman Charles Grassley (R-IA) has scheduled a vote today on the nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, though records of Kavanaugh’s White House role in the Patriot Act, warrantless wiretapping, and other programs of mass surveillance remain secret.

  53. prusmc says: • Website

    I am interested in the citations concerning 57 sex partners before starting college.

    • Replies: @Heros
    , @Heros
  54. @Low Voltage

    IT IS a theater, and the playwrights, as they always do (“why?” – it’s a separate issue),
    give enough clues to anyone who knows where and how to look.
    Nothing is accidental in the “judge Kavanaugh confirmation battle” show, starting
    with the choice of his main accusers.

  55. That’s some pretty rapey Mesoamerican art tastes you have there Fred. Are those posters you have tacked on the ceiling over your matrimonial bed? Are there any oil on velvet versions out there? How about black light versions?

  56. wayfarer says:

    I sense something extremely nefarious, much more than age-old human greed at work.

    Given my worst-case scenario mindset, these emerging statistics represent more pieces of a wicked puzzle, one that indicates an end-game is quickly approaching, and NWO battlefields are being more actively prepped/softened at accelerated rates, for imminent divide-and-conquer face-to-face engagements on U.S. ground.

    “U.S. Opioid Overdose Deaths by Race/Ethnicity”

    “3 Waves of the Rise in U.S. Opioid Overdose Deaths”

  57. @Agent76

    I love your writing’s Fred, you have a way of bringing sanity to an insane world, and do with a touch of humor that always puts a smile on this vato from New Mexico’s face.

    • Replies: @Agent76
  58. @Agent76

    Please disregard my previous comment to you as was meant to be a compliment to Fred’s writing style.

    What I meant to say to you is you are absolutely correct on the real reason Kavanugh should not be appointed. I think Judge Napolitano said it best.

    • Agree: chris, Agent76
  59. @Ilyana_Rozumova

    Prevailing theories were that patriarchal society inevitably must revert back to matriarchal society.

    Due to the State becoming the family protector and provider, the above is always true for socialist states, the male role is limited to reproduction only.

  60. @Miggle

    The most advanced legal system today appears to be the German system, in which legal representatives and judges have different career paths from the beginning.

    What a joke for Germany or any other country where the mere questioning of the holohoax is a crime punished by lengthy prison sentences.

  61. @Anon

    I have seen zero comments in comment section.
    p.s. Many contradictions in article claims do not add up.

  62. @Biff

    I think I met the husbands – Michael Fitzpatrick and Patrick Fitzmichael.

    • Replies: @Liza
  63. Fred,
    You seem to have forgotten that prior to 1969, rapists in misogynist Canada were given between 1 to 10 lashes daily, for the length of their sentence. The number was dependent on the deemed severity of the rape.

  64. Heros says:

    I believe I heard it from savage here:

    Please note that I downloaded this episode from Friday specifically to hear what he said. I am not a savage listener. What savage says is very interesting, and it fits right into the characteristics of MKUltra mind control that Ford was apparently under.

    In the podcast Savage names Fords grandfather who was CIA, and her brother who is too. I duckducked for more corroborating info than from Savage or references to it, but I have found none.

  65. JimB says:

    The radical feminist view of men is unhinged from reality, in part due to their lack of experience with men. Men avoid them for various reasons, but mainly because feminists are physically undesirable, often due to obesity or lack of beauty. Lena Dunham, for example. Matress girl. The moon face Korean woman over at the NYT. Nobody wants these remainders from the Island of Misfit Toys. So where do misfit females develop their ideas about men if they have little experience of them? The internet obliges them one with XVideos, Pornhub, and xHamster. Nobody should be surprised by a feminist’s porn fueled view of men as rapists and objectifiers. Then again, nobody should doubt that deep down inside feminist’s wished they could be objectified, too.

  66. Liza says:

    When I was a teenager, I heard this version: John Fitzpatrick and Patrick Fitzjohn.

    OK. That was 40 years ago.

  67. Rich says:

    You’ve led a sheltered life young White man. I’ve been around long enough to have personally known several men who’ve been falsely accused of sexual assault. But in case, because of your youth, you missed the case of the Duke lacrosse team or the Tawana Brawley rape hoax, you could start by reading about those and could even check out the more recent UCONN false rape case where the young woman actually got jail time for her lies. Having a vagina doesn’t prevent a woman from lying.

  68. @Dorian

    So liar is pitted against liar. How totally unprecedented.

  69. @Sin City Milla

    As family compost maker I have to advise making haste slowly. Allow the vultures and and ants to consume the flesh first or you will make noisome compost.

  70. Heros says:

    This meme perfectly illustrates the (((mind control))) going on:

    • Replies: @Ilyana_Rozumova
  71. @Miggle

    I can’t say there aren’t virtues in the Roman/Civil Law/Napoleonic Code systems that the common law systems lack but I think your attention in the current instance ought to be directed at the problems of giving judges not least tenured judges, a Bill of Rights expressed as abstract generalities to impose on the other branches of government.

  72. Anonymous[303] • Disclaimer says:

    Attractive men since the 1950s have just called for volunteers.

  73. @Miggle

    I will help you to stop wondering if you allow me.
    In both Germany and France, as all around in European democracies are several parties.
    There is no way there for the judge to be affiliated with one party. it would be ridiculous.
    American two party system is destroying the democracy.
    The way to save the American democracy would be to introduce at least three party system.
    That Jewish fellow who run against Hillary should found the third party.

    • Replies: @Alden
  74. @Heros

    Picture is worth thousand words.
    Yours is worth ten thousand.
    Three smirks against two loud laughs.
    Three smirks are winning!

  75. KenH says:

    No, it’s not knee jerk pigeon holing especially when many of the cases you cited, especially the three I addressed, are very near and dear to the hearts of those on the anti-white left of the political spectrum and used to damn America and perpetually guilt and shame white people.

    But to get right down to the brass tacks it seems the SCOTUS took the case because Dred Scott’s standing was ambiguous given his previous temporary residence in free states and territories and the fact that Missouri state courts heard his case, so SCOTUS granted him the benefit of the doubt. It was the job of the Missouri state circuit court not to accept Dred Scott’s case in the first place.

    In Taney’s majority opinion he argued that under the Constitution slaves are deemed property and a slave owner’s rights to his property is absolute and can’t be infringed upon by an act of Congress as in the Missouri Compromise. The slave owner doesn’t forfeit his rights to his property (slaves) by temporarily transiting or moving to an anti-slave state or territory and the slave doesn’t become a free man. It sounds to me like he’s saying that the matter should be settled via the constitutional amendment process which of course happened right after the civil war.

    The more than 3000 black slave owners benefited from this ruling as much as white slave owners.

    Congress seemed to concur as the Kansas-Nebraska act passed just two months later invalidated the Missouri Compromise.

    Justice Curtis, beyond some quibbling over standing and jurisdiction, seems mostly to take umbrage over Taney’s opinion that blacks were never to be granted citizenship and equal status based on five of the original thirteen states allowing some free blacks the voting franchise.

    If you’re going conspiratorial and claiming that Buchanan was the string puller behind the scenes then why didn’t he instruct Taney not to hear the case and make things easier?

    Personally, I would have been on the anti-slavery side since the presence of black slaves depresses the wage scale of the white labor pool.

    I could write about the same amount of blather about Plessy; that a racist like Harlan wrote such a stinging dissent

    A racist like Harlan? Racist and racism are the favorite buzzwords that the left employs to demonize and defenestrate its political opponents, but ok, you’re just some free thinking independent that rejects all labels.

    As I recall the SCOTUS issued numerous extensions in the vote re-count to placate Democrats. I know of no law allowing for an indefinite extension. Enlighten us on what Florida election laws were violated by their final ruling. We agree that Gore would have been as much of a disaster as Bush turned out to be.

    In Fisher v. University of Texas SCOTUS affirmed non-white racial preferences in pursuit of diversity as long as the university can prove a “compelling interest” and narrowly tailors the discriminatory programs. This is still in clear violation of the 1964 Civil Rights Acts which forbids all race based discrimination, so the John Roberts “conservative” majority is on far shakier legal and Constitutional ground than Taney ever was with his Dred Scott ruling.

    That’s the classic case of objectively bad law and a political and ideological ruling.

    • Replies: @KenH
    , @Alden
  76. KenH says:

    His reply did not address Bush V. Gore in any detail. I know of no state that gets to take forever to recount votes in a presidential election. What federal or state election laws were violated by the SCOTUS ruling in favor of Bush?

    Please enlighten us.

    • Replies: @animalogic
  77. Heros says:

    All of Ford’s social media was scrubbed before she “came out of the closet”. Even google searches were cleaned up, so evidence is hard to come by. It would be very interesting to find a recent youtube clip of Ford to compare to her child like mind controlled testimony. Supposedly Ford was renting her apartment to google “apprentices”, so it is not surprising that this MKUltra beta kitten has connections there as well as in the CIA.

  78. KenH says:

    This is still in clear violation of the 1964 Civil Rights Acts which forbids all race based discrimination, so the John Roberts “conservative” majority is on far shakier legal and Constitutional ground than Taney ever was with his Dred Scott ruling.

    And the 14th amendment which is supposed to guarantees equal protection under the laws but in reality has become the blacks and non-whites are more equal than whites clause.

  79. @Kratoklastes

    While i agree with most of your comments on the SCOTUS, the fact of the matter is that it is easier for a Supreme Court to do so where constitutions exist. The US Constitution is, in essence, a legal contract between the states and the feds. All contracts are subject to interpretation, and that is exactly what the SCOTUS has done for most of its existence. The SCOTUS has mostly approached its role as a body that creates law, not gives opinions on existing law. The only one smart enough to take them on seems to have been Andrew Jackson who approached their rulings as opinions (which they are) and suggested that if the SCOTUS wanted their opinion enforced, they could do it themselves.

    Kavanaugh is nothing special as a legal mind, but that is not the issue. The issue at hand is the party that lost the Presidency and controls neither House, is seeking to impose its will on the rest of Congress. It wouldn’t matter if Kavanaugh was the second coming of Christ, the Democrats would be dissing him for hanging out with a prostitute. The entirety of selecting a Supreme Court Justice is politically driven, and always has been. Why else are judges considered “left” or “right”? The law is the law, not a political football into which it has been turned. It is not “left”, “right”, “Democrat”, nor “Republican”. It simply is.

    As for your friend, it would be naive to think that he wasn’t appointed for political reasons. He may well be the brightest legal mind in Australia. However, merit is rarely, if ever, the only criteria for appointments. Politicians want Judges that are predictable, in order to ensure the government agenda can be carried out. Your friend would be no exception, irrespective of his legal mind.

  80. TheJester says:

    But, of course, he’s guilty. Just look at him. He looks guilty.

    Given your comments, it’s no wonder the police and court systems in sub-Saharan Africa aren’t worth a damn.

    I understand that many ex-colonial states retained all-white Supreme Courts after liberation since the alternative was a constant state of civil strife … the so-called “die-offs” that still inflict sub-Saharan Africa with no end in site.

  81. Alden says:

    Everybody hates lawyers until they need one. I do agree about Judges. That’s why it’s best to negotiate negotiate till the opposition gives up and goes away. Or runs out of money.

  82. Agent76 says:
    @Johnny Walker Read

    Right on vato and I send my best from Texas!

  83. Spanky says:

    You’re free to hate whomever you wish, altho I wouldn’t recommend it because it’s such a toxic emotion. Carry it around long enough and it’ll eat away at your soul until nothing else is left.

    Immigration is a (relatively) simple issue and requires neither a border wall nor hate toward any immigrant. Two changes in national policy would eliminate much of the illegal (or undocumented, if you prefer) immigration into the states.

    First, enact laws against employing illegal immigrants with not only stiff civil penalties for their employment, but mandatory minimum criminal penalties for the Chairman of the Board, CEO, HR manager and anyone else involved in their hiring.

    Second, bring all American troops home from overseas, close the overseas bases, and stop meddling in other nations affairs (even when negatively affects Wall Street and corporate profits), as well as ending the War on (some) Drugs and recalling all American LEO personnel from overseas.

    The reality of our (US) political environment is the reason for my “(relatively) simple issue” understatement.

    I’m a young man and I’ve never met anyone in real life who was falsely accused of sexual misconduct. The prospect isn’t even on anyone’s mind. No normal woman would do that. Some politicians might get falsely accused, but that isn’t something regular guys fear.

    You should, since not every woman (or man) is “normal”. Because someone else replied with a couple of high profile examples, let me describe a similar incident just a little closer to home.

    A few years ago, my daughter and I had a serious disagreement. She refused to listen to my concerns and became hysterical (I cut off her college funding after she wasted close to ten thousand dollars and flunked out not once, but twice, and told her to get a job).

    She called her mother, whom I divorced over twenty years ago but still maintains a white hot animus. Her mother saw fit to call the local police (she does not live nearby) and reported that I was armed, holding my daughter hostage and abusing her…

    Before the full SWAT team showed up, our local chief of police (this is a very small town) knocked on the door, which my daughter answered alone. Shortly thereafter, she came downstairs to inform me that the police were at the door and wanted me to step outside, which I did… the street was full of cop cars and neighbors.

    After I was searched then answered the chief’s questions in my front yard, the matter was dropped. Well, except for a young county SWAT officer with body armor and M16 who decided I must have done something wrong because, as he said with a contemptuous sneer, he just “didn’t buy it [that nothing other than a family argument had occurred].” Since he had both a M16 and poor disposition I (respectfully) replied that I didn’t particularly care if he found my responses to his liking or not… his boss did.

    Now some background. Some years earlier, the ex-wife perjured herself in sworn affidavits filed in a state court proceeding she iniated against me. The matter was dropped and she quickly moved from the state.

    And, less than two weeks before I found the police at my door, there was a well publicized (locally) hostage incident at a nearby motel which resulted in the accused hostage taker being killed by the county SWAT team.

    All I can say is that if my ex- says the sky is blue, you might want to look up…

    • Replies: @Sin City Milla
  84. Alden says:

    Griggs, Kaiser, don’t get me started on my usual rant. Were I dictator of America I would force every judicial candidate to teach in the worst black schools for 5 years. And then work in an all black female government agency for another.

    • Replies: @seeing-thru
  85. Don’t pay o bongo- wakanda any atten tion. He’s part of an informal program to show us how black I.q.s are actually higher than us inferior white folks. Cant you tell by his comments?

  86. : If some dirtball raped anywoman close to me, I would favor subjecting him to a sex change with a propane torch, knee-capping him as a mobility-reduction measure, giving him a beating of the sort popular with dentists who want Porsches, and putting him in Leavenworth for thirty years.

    Woofing on the internet…. How old are you?

  87. Alden says:

    I don’t really care. The satanic supreme scum bags declared war in Whites in 1956. The men of both parties are eunuchs except for Kavanaugh. I really liked his How Dare You attitude.
    He was right. How dare Soros set up a CIA employee to come up with a riciculius accusation after Kavanaugh had 6 FBI this nvestigations over the years including the latest for the SC.

    Feinstein and her multi billionaire husband are Chinese slave labor factory operators. Trumps tariff much cost them a few hundred thousand gross a year. And some American manufactured products might compete with their slave produced items.

    How dare you lie about me in such an obvious manner was the right approach.

    You might remember that the 3 witnesses Ford cited all claimed nothing happened. The woman, Keyser says she never met Kavanaugh.

    Meet arrogance with arrogance When in doubt be offensive. Being nice and playing by the rules gets White Americans nowhere these days.

    Why do you think Whites elected Trump? He’s not a eunuch like the rest of the White men groveling to non Whites LGBTs and liberals

    Kavanaugh will turn into a typical supreme scumbag and rubber stamp every anti White law suit that comes before the court.

    But at least he behaved like a man not a eunuch.

  88. Alden says:

    And smokers die of lung cancer and alcoholics die from drinking too much. If people take too much opioid meds that’s their business. It’s a much easier way to die than from knives razors guns and poison.

    • Replies: @wayfarer
  89. Alden says:
    @Sin City Milla

    I don’t think the liberals will give anything to Whites. The liberals will just kill us all.

  90. Anon[215] • Disclaimer says:

    ”While the US public is instructed by the perception managers to fixate on the Kavanaugh circus – designed to further divide the country along political and gender lines – the City of London’s Masonic ringmasters which placed the divider-in-chief on their US district throne via their Cambridge Analytica MI6 front continue to ring the religious division bell in the Middle East while they attack nationalist governments in the region who will not give away their oil to the City’s Four Horsemen (BP Amoco, Royal Dutch/Shell, Exxon Mobil and Chevron Texaco) tentacles.”

    Iran Hits Back At London’s Terrorists

  91. wayfarer says:

    What most of humanity fails to understand, is that each human body is a sacred structure belonging to the Universe, and not to individuals to simply use and abuse as they please.

    Buckminster Fuller recalled 1927 as a pivotal year of his life. His daughter Alexandra had died in 1922 of complications from polio and spinal meningitis just before her fourth birthday. Fuller dwelled on her death, suspecting that it was connected with the Fullers’ damp and drafty living conditions. This provided motivation for Fuller’s involvement in Stockade Building Systems, a business which aimed to provide affordable, efficient housing.

    In 1927, at age 32, Fuller lost his job as president of Stockade. The Fuller family had no savings, and the birth of their daughter Allegra in 1927 added to the financial challenges. Fuller drank heavily and reflected upon the solution to his family’s struggles on long walks around Chicago. During the autumn of 1927, Fuller contemplated suicide by drowning in Lake Michigan, so that his family could benefit from a life insurance payment.

    Fuller said that he had experienced a profound incident which would provide direction and purpose for his life. He felt as though he was suspended several feet above the ground enclosed in a white sphere of light. A voice spoke directly to Fuller, and declared:

    From now on you need never await temporal attestation to your thought. You think the truth. You do not have the right to eliminate yourself. You do not belong to you. You belong to Universe. Your significance will remain forever obscure to you, but you may assume that you are fulfilling your role if you apply yourself to converting your experiences to the highest advantage of others.

    Fuller stated that this experience led to a profound re-examination of his life. He ultimately chose to embark on “an experiment, to find what a single individual [could] contribute to changing the world and benefiting all humanity.”


    • Replies: @Alden
  92. @KenH

    Christmas, & now forever. Heaven, discovering voter intentions in Florida is simply hard….not that they deserve the effort…

  93. renfro says:

    Why is the Congress sticking its nose into the appointment of a judge?

    Because it is their job and their right to interview potential candidates for government appointments, especially in case of life time appointments such as the Supreme Court.
    In the case of judges it is to ask questions that reveal whether he/she has demonstrated any partisanship or personal beliefs that might effect his ‘objective’ rendering of the law.
    In the good old days judges didn’t “make’ law thru rulings, that was left to congress. But today with the political partisanship and general corruption of the system, special interest and both parties try to install judges who will make law instead of administering it.

    ”Vetting” potential candidates use to be even more through then it is today and for good reason.
    Conflicts of interest, personal prejudices, affiliations in the candidates past and etc..

    We ought to return to the most through and strenuous vetting possible of all government appointments…..then we would not be in the position we are in today, being whipped around by parties and special interest.

    Anyone who isn’t in favor of objectivism and the highest character in the people selected for US offices are part of the problem. Spare me the knuckle draggers who want a man like them, the feminist who want a woman like them, the Latinos who want a Latino like them, the gays who want a gay like them, the corporatist who want a capitalist enthusiast like them, the socialist who want a socialist believer, the religious fanatics who want , the Jews who want….ad nauseous.
    All of you get the hell out, your petty self interest have ruined this country. You understand nothing about the common good and fairness principle which was suppose to be served by the laws made by the consent of the people.

  94. @Kratoklastes

    Two years ago, on more than a whim, I chose to read, or re-read, each and all of Thomas Pynchon’s published novels. (NOTE: Miles Mathis (, quite fairly, calls into question the identity and lineage of Mr. Pynchon, a topic beyond the scope of this comment and the context thereof.) A month or so ago, I reached the last volume of my self-imposed task, Gravity’s Rainbow, reading (out of order) a paperback I’ve had since its initial publication. I re-read it now with a couple of personal interests — the extraordinarily frequent incidence of strung-out, run-on sentences; casual insert of Judiac content; “spookiness”; und so weiter. Of note, I just passed through the passage “wrong questions, no worry”.

    With Kavanaugh, if you don’t ask about his role in the cover-up of the murder of Vincent Foster, you ask the wrong questions. Check out DCDAVE.COM for David Martin’s assiduous, detailed following of this thread of history. You could do worse. Robert Ludlum, I know, would appreciate greatly this real-world “spook novella”! Layers of the onion, indeed.

    • Replies: @Alden
    , @Dube
  95. Alden says:
    @Low Voltage

    That’s what the world socialist website says. It’s just a fight between 2 factions of the elite. But world socialists deplore democrat tactics.

  96. Alden says:
    @Alan Donelson

    If you don’t mind, how could Kavanaugh cover up the murder of Foster? He wasn’t a detective FBI agent park police investigator or medical examiner. They all concluded suicide.

    So how could Kavanaugh have covered up what the investigators never found?

  97. @Alden

    Yes, that would be REAL education. Great idea, I’d endorse such practical education in several other cases.

  98. Alden says:

    And his little round yurts proved useless because the cost of carpenters to make custom cabinets doors window frames was prohibitive. Standard shower stalls sinks and toilets didn’t fit into curved walls . Because can’t fit straight back furniture against curved walls the furniture had to be placed in the middle of the room.

    Prayer mysticism meditiation new age peace and love etc are fine but his round little yurts failed as practical housing.

    They were cute though

  99. Alden says:

    It would be impossible to change the American 2 party system. We’ve always had it. In the late 19th century there was a populist party workers and farmers but NOT intellectuals. It disappeared by 1920.

    There was a viable socialist party at the same time. But the leadership came out against WW1 He Eugene Debs was arrested for opposition to the draft. He’d been arrested off and on his entire career. Wilson, the Democrat president who got us into WW1 destroyed the socialist party with dictatorial war powers

    In America we form factions within the 2 parties. For instance, after the civil war the blacks joined the republicans. So did northern Whites. Southern Democrat’s kept with the Democrat party. Later the northern working class and immigrants joined the democrats.

    By 1960 blacks became democrats. By 1970 southern Whites became Republicans

    What seems to happen is that factions rise within a party and take over. In other countries the factions form separate parties.

    The Democrat-Republicans were founded by Jefferson and Madison in the 1790s and reorganized and named itself Democrat’s around 1830. It’s the oldest political party in the world. Republicans founded in 1856.

    There good points about several political parties but it’s just not going to happen the United States.

    There is no party for the working class.

    We call the 2 parties the uniparty.

    • Replies: @Ilyana_Rozumova
  100. @Alden

    Anon[257]: I suggest you start with the contents at this link and work on it. As you ask, so ye shall receive. Do due diligence.

  101. Alden says:

    Too bad her grandparents got of revolutionary Russia.

  102. renfro says:

    We need to ask..,,,Why Kavanaugh?…..why the fight to the death over Kavanagh when there are a dozen other just as conservative judges on the list? Doesnt make sense to blow this much political capital over Kavanagh.

    Brett Kavanaugh Grilled on ‘Gambling Addiction’ and Unusually High Credit Card Debt

    • Replies: @Alden
  103. Dube says:
    @Alan Donelson

    With Kavanaugh, if you don’t ask about his role in the cover-up of the murder of Vincent Foster, you ask the wrong questions.

    Thank you.

  104. renfro says:

    hum…when I saw that Kavanagh claimed his 200,000 credit card debt was from buying sports tickets for his friends it reminded me of this:

    Ticketmaster President Talks TradeDesk Scandal: ‘We Absolutely Do …
    Billboard-Sep 24, 2018
    In the wake of allegations that Ticketmaster is looking the other way as scalpers and professional ticket resellers violate company rules on …

    Ticketmaster Faces Possible Class Action Damages Exceeding $100 …
    Digital Music News-Sep 24, 2018

    Kavanaugh’s claim about his debt.

    ”Among a series of follow up questions submitted to Kavanaugh this week, Senator Sheldon Whitehouse (D – R.I.) asks pointedly whether the incumbent Judge for the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit had ever sought treatment for gambling addiction.

    Whitehouse’s eyebrows have been raised by Kavanaugh’s unusual amount of personal debt and a reference in one of his emails, turned over to the Senate, to “another” losing craps session. In 2006, Kavanaugh declared he was between $60,000 and $200,000 in debt because of bank and credit card loans. Ten years later, in 2016, he reported the same figure.

    White House deputy press secretary Raj Shah said in July that Kavanaugh had acquired his debts through the purchase of baseball tickets to friends who later paid him back”

    Could he have been trying for extra money by reselling tickets?

    • Replies: @Alden
  105. @Alden

    By times passing things change.
    Lets try it again.
    Lets call the new party a Socialist party.
    Or Social democrats like Germans have.

  106. @Hans Vogel

    The psychopaths are not the politicians, but the female voters who the politicians must cater to. The problem is the totally unjustified assumption implicit in democracy that female voters behave the same as males. Males prefer libertarian independence n are proud of their ability to “get over” past offenses.

    Women prefer psychological comfort n roundly attack anything that threatens to disturb their safe spaces. This demand for emotional comfort has now been extended to the entire public arena, banning the slightest hint of possible discomfort, even a distant echo from 40 years ago. A long as women have the vote, the public arena will continue to be subject to their demand that the government, n all its members, be selected so that women “feel safe”.

    • Replies: @Hans Vogel
    , @Olorin
  107. @Spanky

    Wow. I once had a crazy female tenant. Once I politely knocked on her door to ask for her rent since she was late. Her response was to shout abuses at me for 10 minutes. Finally I figured I had better things to do n left. When I returned an hour later, my office manager said she had called the police n tried to file rape charges. The police could see it was fraudulent n refused to accept the charges. She moved out. Later she came back to try to recruit other tenants to commit fake slip n falls on the property.

    Then there was the female tenant who was months late with the rent n never responded. When I locked her out, she threw a brick threw the front window, reentered, turned on all the lights n utilities in the all bills paid apt, brushed her teeth, then left again. When I then seized her furniture, she had her boyfriend call me with death threats. I have lots more stories of flaky lying female tenants. Male landlords know never to be alone in an enclosed space with a female tenant at any time for any reason. Or a rape charge is highly likely to follow.

    • Replies: @Alden
    , @Christo
  108. @Alden

    You’re using the term “investigator” here very loosely. I found it without too much trouble and so did Kavanaugh’s predecessor on the Starr team, Miguel Rodriguez, who was forced to resign in disgust. Check out for the straight scoop.

    • Replies: @Alden
    , @Alden
  109. Sowhat says:
    @Hans Vogel

    Or maybe this is a Deep State media diversion to keep the social justice warriors busy with an unimportant issue, so they don’t protest Deep State wars, ever growing military spending, soaring budget deficits, or our dysfunctional health care system.

    -my sentiments, precisely
    Samuel Clemens accurately referred to Congress as “the grand old club of the benevolent Asylam of The Helpless.”

    • Agree: SolontoCroesus
  110. Sbaker says:

    What do you call an African with an IQ above 80?

    An affirmative action genius.

    • Replies: @Truth
  111. C says:

    Upon pondering the responses of Fred’s aficionados and observing the high level of intellect first hand, I’m confident I have no business being here.

  112. Rurik says:

    I don’t think he actually uttered the words “How dare you!”, but it would not surprise me if he had done so.

    And if someone made false rape charges against you, you wouldn’t feel a sense of ‘How Dare you?!’


    Such a sentiment is not limited to ‘White men of privilege’, but to any person with a shred of self-respect.

    I’d personally want to see a false accuser sent to prison, for exactly the same amount of time a man (falsely) convicted of rape would receive, if he were convicted, which is what the left is trying to do- falsely convict a man of a crime he (most likely) didn’t commit, because they disagree with his politics, and would prefer to see the man destroyed, than suffer losing some of their nefarious power.

    But the sentiment ‘How dare you?!’, is waaayyyy over due from those of us in the dying ((murdered)) Western world.

    When they demand affirmative action against working class white men, we shouldn’t simply be feeling a sense of ‘how dare you?’, rather we have every right to (figuratively, if not literally) bash them in their hatred-consumed, power-drunk gobs.

    If only the West had more of a sense of ‘How dare you?!’.

    Feeling that tepid indignation, would be a great start.

    It’s well beyond time when the ‘Saxon’ should begin to hate.

    When George Soros and his minions demand open borders into the West, we shouldn’t simply be feeling ‘How dare you?, but rather someone should be putting bullets (figuratively of course ; ) into every scumbag POS who perpetrates such Civilizational, White-race ending insanities.

    One of the biggest shames of all, is that when those fecal judges (W. Matthew Byrne ,Mariana Pfaelzer, et al) declared California Proposition 187 unconstitutional, someone should have put gaping holes in their pelts. Treason is treason. Genocidal hated for our race, and efforts to see us replaced, should be met with equal retaliation.

    So this hand-wringing over Kavanagh’s thin skin, because he feels indignation over false charges, is silly.

    Of course the guy is flawed. Of course he’s a scumbag. It could not be otherwise. If he were an honorable man, there’s no way in hell he’d get that close to the levers of power. No honorable man could possibly countenance the evils the ZUSA has wrought in the last few decades. The ZUSA runs a torture camp for Christ’s sake!

    So the thing is, are we ready for a hot civil war?

    Because that is what the left is trying to bring on. Their unhinged hatred for ‘irredeemable, deplorable, unapologetic White men’, has metastasized in their little brains. They’ve been so used to winning, and fucking over working class White men for so long, that they figured the trajectory was a fait accompli.

    What they don’t realize in their fevered little brains, is that eventually White men are going to act like any dog that’s cornered, and we’d have a real, true to life, hot ‘civil’ war on our hands.

    Already I’m convinced the ‘pussy hat’ liberal who shot up Las Vegas was murdering irredeemable deplorables, because if they’re irredeemable, and are willing to vote for an unapologetic “racist” (White man who does not seem to harbor a genocidal hatred for White men) as president, then not only do they deserve to die, but that guy locked and loaded and blasted away.

    What kind of society are we going to have when the right (straight, White conservatives) decide that the time has come?

    The founders of this nation were willing to put musket ball holes in their British cousins for outrages a tiny, insignificant fraction of what White men in this country have countenanced for over a generation now.

    If you told Andrew Jackson that his son would be treated as a second class citizen in the nation he presided over- due to his race and gender, Andy would have armed himself and rightfully killed the low-life scum who would presume to such psychotic madness.

    There still exists a thread of the fabric of Jackson in this nation, simmering and waiting to see as it all unfolds, but make no mistake, like any dog, once they’re left with no options, the growls would turn to snarls and eventually throats would be rended.

    By advancing a ‘conservative’ to the scotus, they’re only waylaying the eventual bloodbath. And I for one, would prefer not to see it (the bloodbath), in my lifetime.

    • Agree: F0337
    • Replies: @Alden
    , @Sin City Milla
  113. Truth says:

    What do you call an African with an IQ above 80?

    SBaker’s Great-Granddad?

  114. Fred!
    You made me laugh out loud, many times! “Most excellent writing, yours is”, says Yoda.

    Best wishes to you and yours for good health and happiness.

  115. Anonymous [AKA "Steve in the Belly"] says:

    What happened to the children we were ripping from the arms of their mothers crossing the southern US border not long ago?

  116. Anonymous [AKA "NathanD"] says:

    Rape is no longer a crime, it’s an opinion. Until as recently as the 1960s, rape could be punishable by death in several states. The optics of executing black males by the dozens became unacceptable. So, make rape – relative, even subjective. In fact, so subjective that rape needed to be redefined into several categories of mere assault. Put grabbing her holy and sacred ass on par with grabbing her off a jogging trail. Little could we know that this would evolve into a crime so terrible (like rape) that it would continence the suspension of the Constitution and due process. All for her holy and sacred ass and her subjective judgement of who has violated her “space.” Hell, women in Europe are blaming themselves for cultural insensitivity after being violently raped by Muslims. That cultural insensitivity does not extend to the males of their own culture.

  117. anon[107] • Disclaimer says:

    Alcohol, Memory, and the Hippocampus
    [In adolescents] . . . cognitive processes are exquisitely sensitive to the effects of chemicals such as alcohol. Among the most serious problems is the disruption of memory, or the ability to recall information that was previously learned. When a person drinks alcohol, (s)he can have a “blackout.”
    A blackout can involve a small memory disruption, like forgetting someone’s name, or it can be more serious—the person might not be able to remember key details of an event that happened while drinking. An inability to remember the entire event is common when a person drinks 5 or more drinks in a single sitting (“binge”).

    . . . The ability of alcohol to cause short term memory problems and blackouts is due to its effects on an area of the brain called the hippocampus. The hippocampus is a structure that is vital to learning and the formation of memory.

    Thus without a properly functioning hippocampus learning and memory become problematic.

    Christine Ford claims her difficulties in her first years in college were due to “trauma” from the attempted rape. A professor of psychology, Ford used impressive big words, (iirc) stating that endocrine imprints such traumatic memories on the hippocampus.

    So does alcohol.

    Why did no one ask Christine Beasley Ford how much and how often she drank in high school and in college?

  118. @Sin City Milla

    I should not wish to be so unkind to women voters as to suggest they are psychopaths, God forbid! The right to vote may once have been significant, for instance when it was still a rather exclusive privilege. Today, however, it is absolutely meaningless. We all know that decisions are not made by elected politicians. All they do is legalize decisions made by the deep state (including the Pentagon), big business and big banks.

    The moment the right to vote was given to women, it was obvious that voting had become pointless. We might as well extend the right to vote to anyone who can stand on his two feet. That means from about two years of age. What the heck, it will not make any difference anyway. And it is the people counting the votes that decide who wins, anyway.

    As for women, most of them do not belong in politics. Or, for that matter, in the army, navy, air force, police force, fire brigade, park rangers, etc, etc. Well, yes, perhaps: as cooks, typists, secretaries, nurses and in other female work that most real men are no good at.

  119. Olorin says:
    @Sin City Milla

    Just a reminder that if only men had voted, and married white women hadn’t, POTUS today would be Hillary Clinton.

    • Replies: @Sin City Milla
    , @dcite
  120. Well, once again the American public fell for the lurid side show rather than do their due diligence in examining the qualifications of the candidate, (fill in the blank for office or post), for themselves. Fortunately, Kavanaugh’s Wikipage has been generously updated:

  121. Landroll says:

    SC as supposed to allow Florida vote count succeeded in finding enough missed uncounted votes or hanging chads until ALGORE won, ala Al Franken’s win. Once your man gets ahead, you stop counting. I’m sure in Florida had gone on counting there would suddenly been just enough absentee ballots from nursing homes to put Al over the top.

  122. Alden says:
    @Sin City Milla

    I’ve found both men and women tenants equally bad. The worst thing about men tenants is their fixing the place up when they don’t know what they’re doing.

    “Can I paint??” Absolutely not because you’ll splatter paint all over. “ But anybody can paint”. Not true.

    • Replies: @Sin City Milla
  123. Alden says:
    @David Martin

    27 years in law enforcement I learned a few things. One was that when the medical examiner determines a death is natural causes or suucide that’s it case closed.

    No further investigation. Your beef is with the medical investigator not city and park police fbi and Kavanaugh.

    Stop posting links to moronic ignorant articles.

  124. Alden says:

    Ticketmaster sells so many arranged in advance blocs of tickets it’s difficult to buy a couple tickets to events.

    Kavanaugh’s high levels debt indicates gambling or some other financial problems.

    The fact that the medical examiner determined Foster’s death a suicide does not mean Kavanaugh covered up Fosters death.

  125. Alden says:

    Virtually every judge in the country is anti union. Every time a labor union has filed a lawsuit to keep merit hiring and promotions the judges have ruled against the merit system in favor of affirmative action.

    Check their reasoning in Kaiser.vs Weber. The judges in their wisdom decided it’s not necessary that a steel mill foreman be able to read write do simple math or figure out a vacation schedule for their crew

    All judges are anti union, especially if the u ion is a traditional White male one such as construction steel making or police

  126. Alden says:
    @David Martin

    27 years in law enforcement I know what an investigator is and it’s not a lawyer. A congressional committee may call itself an investigative committee but that doesn’t mean the Congress critters and the lawyers do any actual investigation.

    The investigators such as police detectives fbi don’t determine if a death is natural causes homicide or suicide.

    In the Foster case it was the medical examiner, not police detectives fbi congress critters or Kavanaugh who determined the cause of death

    It was the medical examiner who determined the death was a suicide.

    If it was a murder that was covered up it was the medical examiner who covered it up

    Go argue with the medical examiner, not me.

  127. Alden says:

    The left doesn’t want a civil war. That means a fight. They’ll wait till the entire military police and government is hard core anti White. That’s what affirmative action is all about.

    Then the left will do to us what the left did to the Ukrainians in the 1930s
    Discrimination dehumanization polariziation these stages of genocide are already in place. Next comes extermination.

    • Replies: @Sin City Milla
    , @Rurik
  128. Robert Dunn says: • Website

    This just in: The duplication into reality of every paranoid delusion of the left and even I’m starting to goosestep.

  129. @Alden

    I have other horror stories with female tenants. One said she was divorcing n had just started a new job so she could not pay the full rent until “next week”. Like a sucker I felt sorry for her n did her a favor n let her move in. Not only did I never see another dime, but learned she was a pothead, n when she went to work during the day she would leave her 8 year old kid home alone n he would wander the public areas of the apartments with an axe, destroying the place. She of course denied everything despite witnesses, threatened to sue, refused to pay any more rent over various trumped up excuses, demanded I change litebulbs, n–big surprise–also threatened to charge with attempted rape, which is almost routine with female tenants. “Believe Ford”? I don’t think so!

  130. @Alden

    Yes the Left moves in stages, n is never honest about their plans. It’s like “this is absolutely my last territorial demand in Europe”. Except time after time, it’s not.

    The plan is world government by non-whites, with all whites exterminated “to save the planet”. You can put these stages on your calendar.

  131. @Rurik

    When will we know that “the time has come”? When white men are ready to strap on suicide vests n take out a mob of PC Cultists. Peter, open those pearly gates!

  132. @Olorin

    And if all women had not voted, Trump would have won. So what’s your point?

  133. Christo says:

    This whole skit was just calling ALL white men rapists. But when you look at the statistics for rape (before the government started covering that up and/then also including Hispanics as white) , 98% of rapes were(and are) not committed by white men. Same thing applies to all violent crime (well 95% there)

  134. Christo says:
    @Sin City Milla

    If that crazy B had had an once of brains , she would have humped you for the rent and then called rape to the police(maybe haev her boyfriend bruise her up as well), Be careful with them nutjobs, smart ones are really dangerous. I can gather there might have been a color issue here or she was into that at least.

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  135. Rurik says:

    Then the left will do to us what the left did to the Ukrainians in the 1930s
    Discrimination dehumanization polariziation these stages of genocide are already in place. Next comes extermination.

    it won’t be extermination

    the Whites of the West would never be so lucky.

    When Haiti fell to black rule in 1804, we’re told they killed all the white men and gave the white women a choice; marriage to blacks or death.

    But from everything I’ve glimmered in my short time on this earth, living amongst such diversity and hearing the stories of what is done to white couples today when they’re at the mercy of such people, I consider it extremely unlikely that all the French men were slaughtered right away. Rather, I suspect that at the end of the conflict, when it was assured that the blacks would prevail, that as many captive French men would be kept alive as possible, to witness what the fate of their wives and daughters and even son’s – was to be, and as up close and personal as possible.

    When enraged black men rape white women, it isn’t really the woman that they’re raping. It’s the white man’s women being raped that gives them so much satisfaction, and even better if the white man is forced to witness it.

    So as the White people of the West lose self-determination, under the teeming throngs of millions upon millions of hostile non-Whites immigrating into their lands, and politically disenfranchising them, there will be no rush to kill these men off.


    Many will be kept alive, like that ‘Master’ midget in Thunderdome, dangled with the pigs, and forced to keep the lights on. Like John Galt on the torture table.

    What fun it will be to watch as their sons are handed over to Vatican and British aristocrat pedophiles, who’ll finally know true emancipation from the evil White ‘patriarchy’ that has so cruelly prohibited them from their delights.

    On the Day of Zion, homosexual white men will be allies with the ((ruling class)), and it will all be one big Weimar Republic Berlin orgy of pedophiles and Western women as the play things of the diversity.

    White men will not be so lucky as to be dead. That would cheat the rulers and their diversity armies of perhaps their greatest joy.

  136. @Christo

    The tenant with the slip n fall tactic definitely had a screw loose. A dot Indian, she smoked a lot of pot n antagonized everybody. When she decided she wanted a new car, she went onto the freeway n jammed on her brakes. She got a new car out of it. Her ex-husband was white. Last I heard, she remarried him, got her name on his house, then re-divorced him, this time taking the house.

    The snowflake upper class college kids who scream “I believe her” have zero experience in real life. False rape charges are very common n an old trick that most courts are familiar with. The best defense is never be alone in a closed space with a woman at any time if you’re not married to her, or have her written consent to whatever sex may follow. Welcome to the Liberals notion of equal protection.

  137. Logan says:

    I am constantly amazed by the huge number of people who were in the CIA. Including the cab drivers in three different cities who confided in me they were secret CIA agents.

  138. dcite says:

    I know any number of unmarried white women who voted for Trump, in a blue state. Let go of the stereotypes. They are promoted by the MSM. Trump’s supporters are diverse, and becoming moreso. Diverse is just a neutral descriptor, btw.

  139. She added that she has a “firm recollection of seeing boys lined up outside rooms at many of these parties waiting for their ‘turn’ with a girl inside the room,”

    Probably just lined up waiting for a turn to use the bathroom.

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