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Apparently, the ever-enterprising ADL is setting up their own version of OnlyFans, but to fight White Supremacy:

 
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  1. She’s not sexy, tho, unless you have one of those ADL-Girl fetishes. Hey, did a Capitol cop actually die because he was hit in the head with a fire extinguisher? I know one died the day (or so) after the 6th, and I know a fire extinguisher was thrown, but is it a closed case that that fire extinguisher killed that cop?

    Seem like an important question, and I can’t get an answer.

    • Replies: @songbird
    @JimDandy

    I presume it is a stock photo. She looks too Aryan.

    Replies: @JimDandy, @Charles St. Charles

    , @V. Hickel
    @JimDandy

    Also why is the name of the (black brazilian blm brother) who murdered Ashli Babitt nowhere to be seen? roles reversed: fired, arrested, mob at his house blah blah blah...

    Replies: @Wilkey, @MEH 0910, @Charles St. Charles

    , @Dan Hayes
    @JimDandy

    You can’t get an answer since there is little if any supporting evidence that the poor policeman’s death was protestor-induced. If there were such supporting evidence, rest assured it would have already been broadcasted from the mountaintops!

    Replies: @Mario Partisan, @JimDandy

    , @Ron Unz
    @JimDandy


    Hey, did a Capitol cop actually die because he was hit in the head with a fire extinguisher? I know one died the day (or so) after the 6th, and I know a fire extinguisher was thrown, but is it a closed case that that fire extinguisher killed that cop?
     
    That's exactly what I've begun wondering. Given that zero details of the incident have come out, I'm getting pretty suspicious.

    I wouldn't be surprised if that cop had died from a heart-attack or something, and his death was then conflated with the video of the thrown fire-extinguisher. I'm pretty sure that I read in the NYT that the fire-extinguisher video had nothing to do with the cop's death, and I'm skeptical that there were two entirely separate fire-extinguisher incidents.

    Replies: @JimDandy, @Ron Unz, @Corvinus

    , @Anon
    @JimDandy


    Hey, did a Capitol cop actually die because he was hit in the head with a fire extinguisher? I know one died the day (or so) after the 6th, and I know a fire extinguisher was thrown, but is it a closed case that that fire extinguisher killed that cop?
     
    The wording in all the reports that I have seen has been fishy. There is always a statement that the cop sustained injuries in a scuffle with protestors. And then there is a statement that he or she died later in a hospital. There is no direct statement of causation.

    On the other hand, if he was hit in the head, returned to the office, and then went to the hospital or collapsed and was taken there, to die, a head hit would make sense. Anything else would involve an immediate trip to the hospital. But after getting a hit on the head you might think you're fine for hours or a day or so, and then you die. This is a common thing with skiers who take tumbles, e.g. actress Natasha Richardson, wife of Liam Neeson, who died the next day. That's why people are encouraged to go to the hospital to get a CT scan even if they feel fine.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @JimDandy, @Lurker

    , @El Dato
    @JimDandy

    As I recall the wording in an article was "died to causes not related to the altercation".

    , @Barack Obama's secret Unz account
    @JimDandy


    Seem like an important question, and I can’t get an answer.
     
    For what it's worth, and drawing no conclusions, far-out conspiracy theorists would be suspicious of the story around this policeman's death, as well as that he even existed, due to the presence of numerological markers - in this case, aces and eights - that supposedly indicate the involvement of intelligence agencies, or the Illuminati, or whoever:

    Staff Sgt. Sicknick enlisted in the New Jersey Air National Guard in 1997 as a traditional drilling Guard member. He served as a Fire Team Member and Leader at the 108th Security Force Squadron, 108th Wing, located at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, N.J.
     
    Your mileage may vary as to how seriously you take that.

    Replies: @Redneck farmer

    , @Dieter Kief
    @JimDandy

    The Gateway Pundit wrote that police officer David Sicknick died in a hospital due to medical conditions (possibly a stroke).

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/01/update-dc-officer-sicknicks-death-driven-medical-condition-reports-attack-not-confirmed/

    , @Jay2130
    @JimDandy

    I wouldn't deny she is an attractive woman. The question is what does putting a picture of a cute woman hinting at cleavage have to do with the story???

    The obvious answers is the ADL is using light pornography to get clicks on a story that they know defies reason. When you are openly pushing lies, you need your audience lulled and numbed so that they will be less objective about the nonsense being pushed.

    Replies: @Expletive Deleted

    , @Father Coughlin
    @JimDandy

    Nasty tattoo, A-cups and problem glasses ... no thanks. Make Mine Milkers.

  2. Is the ADL brain dead with the logical inconsistency of their statement or just certain that they are impervious to harm and can literally get away with anything? Just askin’.

    • Replies: @John Milton's Ghost
    @Dan Hayes

    The unreason of the Left is increasingly so brazen that I suspect it is the latter. The pattern often goes like this:
    1. Leftist commentators put bold statements on Twitter that espouse a U-turn from something said months earlier.
    2. Op-eds from the "leading experts" forward such positions in 1000-word essays, with no mention of the inconsistency.
    3. Conservative commoners on Twitter or blogs cut and paste the exact opposite statements from the folks in step 1, and even full-length essays in step 2.
    4. Incoherent Twitter addicts block the offending parties from 3.
    5. Some conservative "journalists" write tepid criticisms of the inconsistency.
    6. Lesser, young mainstream "journalists," (those attempting to ironically start a career in a field that Big Tech has destroyed), attempt to score points by explaining how conservative "pouncing" inconsistencies is misplaced and the wise experts actually advocate real consistency. The larger truth embedded in the smaller lie, the complexity of the specifics of the cases in question, the context that includes an understanding of gendered identities,, an understanding of Critical Race theory or a proper understanding of history, all of these are now invoked in rather tortured logic.
    Oh, and 7. "Fact-checking" organizations, uniformly Left, further undermine points 3 and 5 by creating straw men of the criticisms, or cherry picking examples and analysis, to highlight the positions established in 6.

    Lather, rinse, and repeat. Unreason is the standard of the day. There's no real debate or conversation, at all.

    Replies: @Catdog

    , @Charles St. Charles
    @Dan Hayes


    Is the ADL brain dead with the logical inconsistency of their statement or just certain that they are impervious to harm and can literally get away with anything? Just askin’.
     
    Number 2.

    They’ve worked very hard for 75 years to become impervious to criticism.

    Doxing for thee, but not for (((me))).
    , @Richard B
    @Dan Hayes


    Is the ADL brain dead with the logical inconsistency of their statement or just certain that they are impervious to harm and can literally get away with anything?
     
    The question answers itself.
  3. @JimDandy
    She's not sexy, tho, unless you have one of those ADL-Girl fetishes. Hey, did a Capitol cop actually die because he was hit in the head with a fire extinguisher? I know one died the day (or so) after the 6th, and I know a fire extinguisher was thrown, but is it a closed case that that fire extinguisher killed that cop?

    Seem like an important question, and I can't get an answer.

    Replies: @songbird, @V. Hickel, @Dan Hayes, @Ron Unz, @Anon, @El Dato, @Barack Obama's secret Unz account, @Dieter Kief, @Jay2130, @Father Coughlin

    I presume it is a stock photo. She looks too Aryan.

    • Replies: @JimDandy
    @songbird

    Interesting take. To me, she looks like someone who looks like she's wearing a nose-and-glasses disguise, but, you know, isn't.

    Replies: @Sean

    , @Charles St. Charles
    @songbird


    I presume it is a stock photo. She looks too Aryan.
     
    It’s not a mistake; it’s what they are all dreaming of, once the White man is completely emasculated - a Shiksa Goddess.

    https://youtu.be/vwUSNvv-cPU

    Replies: @Jack D, @anon

  4. @JimDandy
    She's not sexy, tho, unless you have one of those ADL-Girl fetishes. Hey, did a Capitol cop actually die because he was hit in the head with a fire extinguisher? I know one died the day (or so) after the 6th, and I know a fire extinguisher was thrown, but is it a closed case that that fire extinguisher killed that cop?

    Seem like an important question, and I can't get an answer.

    Replies: @songbird, @V. Hickel, @Dan Hayes, @Ron Unz, @Anon, @El Dato, @Barack Obama's secret Unz account, @Dieter Kief, @Jay2130, @Father Coughlin

    Also why is the name of the (black brazilian blm brother) who murdered Ashli Babitt nowhere to be seen? roles reversed: fired, arrested, mob at his house blah blah blah…

    • Agree: Polistra
    • Replies: @Wilkey
    @V. Hickel


    Also why is the name of the (black brazilian blm brother) who murdered Ashli Babitt nowhere to be seen? roles reversed: fired, arrested, mob at his house blah blah blah…
     
    Dude, I’ve been asking this question from Day One. We will probably never know his name, and he will probably never be charged.


    I hope Trump outs the guy’s name on his way out the door. And I hope he pardons everyone involved but the most violent offenders, if he’s able to.

    Replies: @JimDandy, @donut, @MEH 0910

    , @MEH 0910
    @V. Hickel

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/tucker-on-the-coalition-of-the-fringes/#comment-4404850

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/tucker-on-the-coalition-of-the-fringes/#comment-4405377

    https://redpilled.ca/redpilled-media-exclusive-us-capitol-special-agent-david-bailey-who-murdered-ashli-babbitt-is-a-brazilian-immigrant-and-black-lives-matter-militant-he-repeatedly-threatened-to-kill-trump-su/

    , @Charles St. Charles
    @V. Hickel


    Also why is the name of the (black brazilian blm brother) who murdered Ashli Babitt nowhere to be seen? roles reversed: fired, arrested, mob at his house blah blah blah…
     
    But, don’t you see, he was protecting the sacred temple of Democracy and Freedom, which only months ago we were told was built on a foundation of genocide, slavery, misogyny and White supremacy. We can’t punish a brave Law Enforcement Officer who kills an unarmed woman in the pursuit of his duties - it’s not Who We Are, this month. Keep up!
  5. @songbird
    @JimDandy

    I presume it is a stock photo. She looks too Aryan.

    Replies: @JimDandy, @Charles St. Charles

    Interesting take. To me, she looks like someone who looks like she’s wearing a nose-and-glasses disguise, but, you know, isn’t.

    • Troll: JMcG
    • Replies: @Sean
    @JimDandy

    The glasses hide that she is clearly a professional model half starving herself and make her look intellectual, but her sexiness is so excessive it was probably not the reason for choosing that photo. The photo was previously used in, quite possibly shot for, an article about pain from sitting uncomfortably in front of a computer. In the ADL's context, her portrayal of discomfort stands in for disgust at racism.

    On the other hand, the MMA fighter Thug Rose is really pretty, so it possible that there is a woman at the ADL who could be up to that standard of attractiveness if carefully posed with professional make up and lighting ECT. Then again, I thought the Central Park Five innocent because the Jogger was far too good looking for a random victim.

  6. The ADL really jumped the shark six-odd years ago when theyreplaced the retiring Abe Foxman with ultra-pernicious Jonathan Greenblatt.

    For good or ill, Foxman was a Jew’s Jew. He ran a Jewish community organization and ran it with focus on the Jewish interest, at least as best he saw it in his lights. My only fundamental complaint is that it has for a long time been culturally anathema for other certain other white European ethnic groups to do the same for themselves; really, everyone should have a Foxman in his corner.

    But Greenblatt took a Jewish organization and suborned it into a wholly owned subsidiary of the Hillary Clinton political campaign and Woke, Inc. It is leading a bunch of semi-liberal Boomer Jews that I know even further into a wasteland of deceit and spin, when it should just be staying in its lane and focus on raising complaints about the increasing numbers of anti-Semitic attacks in decaying NYC, which aren’t exactly being committed by a bunch of white rednecks, if you catch my drift.

    This organization is worse than useless to Jew and Gentile alike these days. It needs to be shut down for good.

    • Thanks: Dan Hayes
    • Replies: @Buzz Mohawk
    @Ben Kurtz


    For good or ill, Foxman was a Jew’s Jew. He ran a Jewish community organization and ran it with focus on the Jewish interest...
     

    My only fundamental complaint is that it has for a long time been culturally anathema for other certain other white European ethnic groups to do the same for themselves; really, everyone should have a Foxman in his corner.
     
    My only fundamental complaint is that you don't see this as ALL EUROPEAN PEOPLE, i.e. White, including Jews, who should have a Foxman in their corner TOGETHER.

    What you propose is fracturing, which weakens an entire race of people. It would really help if Jews would simply join the European club and we could all defend ourselves together. How about being a "White's White," a "European's European?" Huh? Focus on the European interest for a change, instead of advocating futher atomization into smaller and smaller ethnic groups.

    If you want to compete with nearly two billion ethnic Chinese in the future, you are going to have to do this. You need to be one people, and your Abe Foxmans need to work for that one people's interest.

    Will this happen? Hell no. I just had to say it, that's all.

    Carry on.

    Replies: @Jack D, @SFG

    , @gent
    @Ben Kurtz

    The one thing that comforts me at night is that today's jewry is no where near as competent as there parent's generation or God forbid the nefarious uber-hebes that were their grand-parents and great-grandparents. Now those were some nation destroyers.

    , @silviosilver
    @Ben Kurtz


    This organization is worse than useless to Jew and Gentile alike these days.
     
    Oh how I long for those blessed good old days, when the ADL used to be useful to Gentiles too.

    Replies: @Ben Kurtz

  7. @JimDandy
    She's not sexy, tho, unless you have one of those ADL-Girl fetishes. Hey, did a Capitol cop actually die because he was hit in the head with a fire extinguisher? I know one died the day (or so) after the 6th, and I know a fire extinguisher was thrown, but is it a closed case that that fire extinguisher killed that cop?

    Seem like an important question, and I can't get an answer.

    Replies: @songbird, @V. Hickel, @Dan Hayes, @Ron Unz, @Anon, @El Dato, @Barack Obama's secret Unz account, @Dieter Kief, @Jay2130, @Father Coughlin

    You can’t get an answer since there is little if any supporting evidence that the poor policeman’s death was protestor-induced. If there were such supporting evidence, rest assured it would have already been broadcasted from the mountaintops!

    • Replies: @Mario Partisan
    @Dan Hayes

    Parallels to the 2017 Unite the Right rally here.


    Charlottesville white nationalist rally blamed for 3 deaths, dozens of injuries

    A 32-year-old woman was killed Saturday...

    A helicopter crash that killed the pilot and a passenger later in the afternoon outside the university town also was linked to the rally by State Police, though officials did not elaborate on how the crash was connected.

    https://www.foxnews.com/us/charlottesville-white-nationalist-rally-blamed-for-3-deaths-dozens-of-injuries
     
    21st century journalism: if we don't get the story we want, we'll just make up some crap...
    , @JimDandy
    @Dan Hayes

    True dat, my brotha. But why aren't sites like... well, like this one, raising hell about it?

  8. If it had been protester caused there would have been arrests already. Took them no time to find the guys messing with Pelosi’s stuff.

    Pelosi is running around Washington like Al Haig after Reagan got shot. I’m in Charge!

    • Replies: @Thomas
    @Skylark Thibedeau


    Pelosi is running around Washington like Al Haig after Reagan got shot. I’m in Charge!
     
    There's an argument to be made that Pelosi herself got dangerously close to seditious conspiracy with the stunt she pulled directly communicating with the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs about Trump's control over the military in the days after the Capitol rush.

    (a)Whoever, with intent to interfere with, impair, or influence the loyalty, morale, or discipline of the military or naval forces of the United States:
    (1)advises, counsels, urges, or in any manner causes or attempts to cause insubordination, disloyalty, mutiny, or refusal of duty by any member of the military or naval forces of the United States; or
    (2)distributes or attempts to distribute any written or printed matter which advises, counsels, or urges insubordination, disloyalty, mutiny, or refusal of duty by any member of the military or naval forces of the United States—
    Shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than ten years, or both, and shall be ineligible for employment by the United States or any department or agency thereof, for the five years next following his conviction.

    18 U.S.C. 2387.

     

    https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/18/2387

    Given that the Joint Chiefs are merely an advisory staff and not in the actual chain of command though (which Pelosi presumably knows), she might have expected that to constitute a defense to any such charge. That, and the fact that Trump in his prime barely had either a mental or a practical grasp of the powers of his office as it was.

    Replies: @Peter D. Bredon, @Hibernian

  9. She’s a Laura Croft heroine dressed in black. The shadowing and cropping trick this man’s mind into seeing black gloves on her hands as she does her heroic work. Do I see the top of a knife strapped to her shin too?

    Women want to be her. Men want to have her. Welcome to advertising and subliminal manipulation, as created by its greatest masters and users.

    • Replies: @Peter D. Bredon
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Nice catch on the "gloves." They are clever.

  10. You wanna know how bad doxxing has gotten?

    Fashion bloggers on instagram are making ‘Lists’ of other Fashion Bloggers who ‘stayed silent’ during the Capitol Protests

    Liberal women bloggers are trying to get non-political women bloggers (and openly conservatve ones) fired from their sponsorships

    It’s pretty f-ed up. It’s an all out influencer war because the industry is oversaturated and the dollars are drying up.

    • Thanks: That Would Be Telling
  11. OT: Woke capitalism in action. This is the Target in Emeryville CA, a very small city at the foot of the Bay Bridge nestled between West Oakland and SW Berkeley.

    Black Black Blackity Black

    This is what greets customers as they walk in.

    There are always a good number of black customers and staff.

    • LOL: Kronos
    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Ripple Earthdevil

    The skirt is nice...

    Reference to my comment about fashion bloggers...

    The women are sitting on Instagram starting all out civil wars from the comfort of their couches trying to get their non-liberal blogger competition banned from woke corporate sponsorship...and Gain More Followers in the process

    None of these women realize that it is their white, blonde butt who is going to get killed when this goes all out war

    Replies: @Mario Partisan, @Charles St. Charles

    , @Reg Cæsar
    @Ripple Earthdevil


    OT: Woke capitalism in action. This is the Target in Emeryville CA, a very small city at the foot of the Bay Bridge nestled between West Oakland and SW Berkeley.
     
    Black Hysterectomy Month is only two weeks away. Donate today!
    , @Lot
    @Ripple Earthdevil

    Every August the Targets in California have a gay pride display similar to that. It isn’t front of store, but it is prominent in the clothing area.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    , @Anon7
    @Ripple Earthdevil

    Today my wife and I went to a midwestern Bed Bath and Beyond (a big box dry goods store) to buy stuff.

    Every single large image in the store was of a person of color.

    Every single person in the store was white.

    Corporate messaging is woke messaging is government messaging. One billion Americans through mass immigration is the plan. Everything is for them now. Get used to it, get over it.

    Replies: @Mr. Anon, @Jack D, @Prof. Woland, @ScarletNumber

    , @AndrewR
    @Ripple Earthdevil

    Lol if I were on the board at Target, things wouldn't go well.

    "These savages looted and destroyed a whole-ass Target last spring after a 47 year old heavy drug abuser happened to die in police custody, and then went on to loot, shoot and make soot in dozens of American cities, but you want to kiss their asses even more?"

    , @International Jew
    @Ripple Earthdevil

    Emeryville is Berkeley's Hong Kong.

    Replies: @Ripple Earthdevil, @Bardon Kaldian

    , @Mike_from_SGV
    @Ripple Earthdevil

    They naively think this will keep the store from being looted. The boyz will just laugh at those signs as they haul away the loot.

  12. @Dan Hayes
    Is the ADL brain dead with the logical inconsistency of their statement or just certain that they are impervious to harm and can literally get away with anything? Just askin’.

    Replies: @John Milton's Ghost, @Charles St. Charles, @Richard B

    The unreason of the Left is increasingly so brazen that I suspect it is the latter. The pattern often goes like this:
    1. Leftist commentators put bold statements on Twitter that espouse a U-turn from something said months earlier.
    2. Op-eds from the “leading experts” forward such positions in 1000-word essays, with no mention of the inconsistency.
    3. Conservative commoners on Twitter or blogs cut and paste the exact opposite statements from the folks in step 1, and even full-length essays in step 2.
    4. Incoherent Twitter addicts block the offending parties from 3.
    5. Some conservative “journalists” write tepid criticisms of the inconsistency.
    6. Lesser, young mainstream “journalists,” (those attempting to ironically start a career in a field that Big Tech has destroyed), attempt to score points by explaining how conservative “pouncing” inconsistencies is misplaced and the wise experts actually advocate real consistency. The larger truth embedded in the smaller lie, the complexity of the specifics of the cases in question, the context that includes an understanding of gendered identities,, an understanding of Critical Race theory or a proper understanding of history, all of these are now invoked in rather tortured logic.
    Oh, and 7. “Fact-checking” organizations, uniformly Left, further undermine points 3 and 5 by creating straw men of the criticisms, or cherry picking examples and analysis, to highlight the positions established in 6.

    Lather, rinse, and repeat. Unreason is the standard of the day. There’s no real debate or conversation, at all.

    • Agree: Polistra
    • Replies: @Catdog
    @John Milton's Ghost

    The left calls exposure of their hypocrisy "whataboutism" now.

    Replies: @Expletive Deleted

  13. Seriously, I can’t tell if the messaging is join our band of sexy grrl doxxers, or support the ADL and score.

    Sittin’ on the dox of the bae
    Watchin’ the snide roll away…

  14. The people at the ADL keep calling me a Nazi.

    Well of course I’m a Nazi. But the problem isn’t Nazism, per se. The problem is that real Nazism has never been tried.

    • LOL: Redneck farmer
  15. “Dox me, Big Daddy!”

  16. @Buzz Mohawk
    She's a Laura Croft heroine dressed in black. The shadowing and cropping trick this man's mind into seeing black gloves on her hands as she does her heroic work. Do I see the top of a knife strapped to her shin too?

    Women want to be her. Men want to have her. Welcome to advertising and subliminal manipulation, as created by its greatest masters and users.

    Replies: @Peter D. Bredon

    Nice catch on the “gloves.” They are clever.

  17. @Skylark Thibedeau
    If it had been protester caused there would have been arrests already. Took them no time to find the guys messing with Pelosi's stuff.

    Pelosi is running around Washington like Al Haig after Reagan got shot. I'm in Charge!

    Replies: @Thomas

    Pelosi is running around Washington like Al Haig after Reagan got shot. I’m in Charge!

    There’s an argument to be made that Pelosi herself got dangerously close to seditious conspiracy with the stunt she pulled directly communicating with the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs about Trump’s control over the military in the days after the Capitol rush.

    (a)Whoever, with intent to interfere with, impair, or influence the loyalty, morale, or discipline of the military or naval forces of the United States:
    (1)advises, counsels, urges, or in any manner causes or attempts to cause insubordination, disloyalty, mutiny, or refusal of duty by any member of the military or naval forces of the United States; or
    (2)distributes or attempts to distribute any written or printed matter which advises, counsels, or urges insubordination, disloyalty, mutiny, or refusal of duty by any member of the military or naval forces of the United States—
    Shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than ten years, or both, and shall be ineligible for employment by the United States or any department or agency thereof, for the five years next following his conviction.

    18 U.S.C. 2387.

    https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/18/2387

    Given that the Joint Chiefs are merely an advisory staff and not in the actual chain of command though (which Pelosi presumably knows), she might have expected that to constitute a defense to any such charge. That, and the fact that Trump in his prime barely had either a mental or a practical grasp of the powers of his office as it was.

    • Replies: @Peter D. Bredon
    @Thomas

    "Pelosi herself got dangerously close to seditious conspiracy with the stunt she pulled ...."

    Nah, law doesn't matter, it's all who/whom from here on.

    Replies: @MGB

    , @Hibernian
    @Thomas


    Given that the Joint Chiefs are merely an advisory staff and not in the actual chain of command though ...
     
    Not sure that is true post Goldwater Nichols.

    Replies: @Thomas

  18. OT, wife is watching the CNN special Kamala Bio. Surprise, no mention of Willie Brown.

  19. @V. Hickel
    @JimDandy

    Also why is the name of the (black brazilian blm brother) who murdered Ashli Babitt nowhere to be seen? roles reversed: fired, arrested, mob at his house blah blah blah...

    Replies: @Wilkey, @MEH 0910, @Charles St. Charles

    Also why is the name of the (black brazilian blm brother) who murdered Ashli Babitt nowhere to be seen? roles reversed: fired, arrested, mob at his house blah blah blah…

    Dude, I’ve been asking this question from Day One. We will probably never know his name, and he will probably never be charged.

    I hope Trump outs the guy’s name on his way out the door. And I hope he pardons everyone involved but the most violent offenders, if he’s able to.

    • Replies: @JimDandy
    @Wilkey

    I've seen him outed on one of the pro-Trump sites. They linked to his social media, where he said (prior to the incident) he was bringing "smoke" or whatever and afterwards he was saying how he was staying strong during trying times or something like that. It's out there. Sorry, I don't have the time to go look for it just now.

    Replies: @Bubba

    , @donut
    @Wilkey

    Trump threw a woman and her baby out of the lifeboat for their spot and is pulling like hell to get clear of the sinking ship .

    , @MEH 0910
    @Wilkey

    https://twitter.com/TMZ/status/1351253287413063680

    https://twitter.com/FoxNews/status/1351177326789337091

  20. @Ripple Earthdevil
    OT: Woke capitalism in action. This is the Target in Emeryville CA, a very small city at the foot of the Bay Bridge nestled between West Oakland and SW Berkeley.

    https://imgur.com/a/YweEytj

    This is what greets customers as they walk in.

    There are always a good number of black customers and staff.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Reg Cæsar, @Lot, @Anon7, @AndrewR, @International Jew, @Mike_from_SGV

    The skirt is nice…

    Reference to my comment about fashion bloggers…

    The women are sitting on Instagram starting all out civil wars from the comfort of their couches trying to get their non-liberal blogger competition banned from woke corporate sponsorship…and Gain More Followers in the process

    None of these women realize that it is their white, blonde butt who is going to get killed when this goes all out war

    • Replies: @Mario Partisan
    @Anonymous


    None of these women realize that it is their white, blonde butt who is going to get killed when this goes all out war.
     
    Destroying paradise for a momentary thrill. Where have I heard that story before?

    Replies: @Mr. Anon, @Pericles

    , @Charles St. Charles
    @Anonymous


    None of these women realize that it is their white, blonde butt who is going to get killed when this goes all out war
     
    No, no, no - they will not be killed; they will be trophies.
  21. Doxing Should Be Illegal. Reporting Extremists Should Not.

    Anyone voicing even the mildest support for whites as a race is an “extremist”. Their non-white equivalent, on the other hand, would be termed a “black/Hispanic rights activist”, a “voice for the voiceless”, etc.

    • Agree: Bardon Kaldian
    • Replies: @Peter D. Bredon
    @Rob McX

    BLM violence = free speech

    Trumper speech = violence.

    Got it?

  22. @Dan Hayes
    @JimDandy

    You can’t get an answer since there is little if any supporting evidence that the poor policeman’s death was protestor-induced. If there were such supporting evidence, rest assured it would have already been broadcasted from the mountaintops!

    Replies: @Mario Partisan, @JimDandy

    Parallels to the 2017 Unite the Right rally here.

    Charlottesville white nationalist rally blamed for 3 deaths, dozens of injuries

    A 32-year-old woman was killed Saturday…

    A helicopter crash that killed the pilot and a passenger later in the afternoon outside the university town also was linked to the rally by State Police, though officials did not elaborate on how the crash was connected.

    https://www.foxnews.com/us/charlottesville-white-nationalist-rally-blamed-for-3-deaths-dozens-of-injuries

    21st century journalism: if we don’t get the story we want, we’ll just make up some crap…

  23. @Ripple Earthdevil
    OT: Woke capitalism in action. This is the Target in Emeryville CA, a very small city at the foot of the Bay Bridge nestled between West Oakland and SW Berkeley.

    https://imgur.com/a/YweEytj

    This is what greets customers as they walk in.

    There are always a good number of black customers and staff.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Reg Cæsar, @Lot, @Anon7, @AndrewR, @International Jew, @Mike_from_SGV

    OT: Woke capitalism in action. This is the Target in Emeryville CA, a very small city at the foot of the Bay Bridge nestled between West Oakland and SW Berkeley.

    Black Hysterectomy Month is only two weeks away. Donate today!

  24. • Replies: @Gary in Gramercy
    @Anonymous

    Freedom of speech is now "a loophole in social moderation"?

    Someone tell Ted Cruz and Josh Hawley. Surely two former Supreme Court clerks can figure out how to get "test cases" going through the court system, eventually up to First Street.

    , @Jack D
    @Anonymous

    Apparently, a "crack down" on free speech is now a good thing and the only problem is that it wasn't thorough enough. We are now officially on the other side of the looking glass. Welcome to American, 2021! Round up the stragglers!

  25. @Ripple Earthdevil
    OT: Woke capitalism in action. This is the Target in Emeryville CA, a very small city at the foot of the Bay Bridge nestled between West Oakland and SW Berkeley.

    https://imgur.com/a/YweEytj

    This is what greets customers as they walk in.

    There are always a good number of black customers and staff.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Reg Cæsar, @Lot, @Anon7, @AndrewR, @International Jew, @Mike_from_SGV

    Every August the Targets in California have a gay pride display similar to that. It isn’t front of store, but it is prominent in the clothing area.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Lot


    Every August the Targets in California have a gay pride display similar to that. It isn’t front of store, but it is prominent in the clothing area.
     
    Target has been gay-shy for a decade now. They have a lot of designers to keep happy.

    MoveOn calls for boycott of Target

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minnesota_Forward

    Best Buy gave a chunk to the same PAC, but managed to escape relatively unscathed. Geeks have other issues.
  26. @Anonymous
    @Ripple Earthdevil

    The skirt is nice...

    Reference to my comment about fashion bloggers...

    The women are sitting on Instagram starting all out civil wars from the comfort of their couches trying to get their non-liberal blogger competition banned from woke corporate sponsorship...and Gain More Followers in the process

    None of these women realize that it is their white, blonde butt who is going to get killed when this goes all out war

    Replies: @Mario Partisan, @Charles St. Charles

    None of these women realize that it is their white, blonde butt who is going to get killed when this goes all out war.

    Destroying paradise for a momentary thrill. Where have I heard that story before?

    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
    @Mario Partisan


    Destroying paradise for a momentary thrill. Where have I heard that story before?
     
    Perhaps you've heard that old joke with the punchline: "What can I get for a rib?"
    , @Pericles
    @Mario Partisan

    Thumbs up for that one.

  27. @Ripple Earthdevil
    OT: Woke capitalism in action. This is the Target in Emeryville CA, a very small city at the foot of the Bay Bridge nestled between West Oakland and SW Berkeley.

    https://imgur.com/a/YweEytj

    This is what greets customers as they walk in.

    There are always a good number of black customers and staff.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Reg Cæsar, @Lot, @Anon7, @AndrewR, @International Jew, @Mike_from_SGV

    Today my wife and I went to a midwestern Bed Bath and Beyond (a big box dry goods store) to buy stuff.

    Every single large image in the store was of a person of color.

    Every single person in the store was white.

    Corporate messaging is woke messaging is government messaging. One billion Americans through mass immigration is the plan. Everything is for them now. Get used to it, get over it.

    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
    @Anon7


    Corporate messaging is woke messaging is government messaging. One billion Americans through mass immigration is the plan. Everything is for them now. Get used to it, get over it.
     
    No. Get angry.
    , @Jack D
    @Anon7


    Every single large image in the store was of a person of color.

    Every single person in the store was white.
     
    Be glad it wasn't the other way around. Last year I went to an outlet mall in an outer ring suburb of Philly and at one point I looked around and realized that there were hardly any white people left. There were Indians and E. Asians and blacks and Hispanics, etc. A few white people, but not many, not anywhere near a majority. It was a veritable UN, the United Colors of Benetton come to life - all the nations of the world united in their pursuit of buying inexpensive soft goods made in 3rd world countries. At that moment I realized that the country I live in now is not the country that I grew up in. That country no longer exists.

    The Gap and Nike BTW, like this new country just fine - as long as you buy their stuff they really don't care what color you are. A billion American consumers sounds just great to them, especially as the dream of the China market continues to fade and India and Africa making slow progress.
    , @Prof. Woland
    @Anon7

    Peet's Coffee is the same way. Pictures of smiling brightly dressed black people working at their woman owned co-op in Africa. No pith helmets or overseers. I have also been to hotels where there are standing cardboard cutouts of smiling black people, usually a young woman. They always have a caption on them saying how happy they are that you are their guest. Perhaps they should try doing one of a guy with his fist raised while glowering at the camera. They can make another of some white guy on the ground getting kicked.

    , @ScarletNumber
    @Anon7


    Bed Bath and Beyond (a big box dry goods store)
     
    BBBY is a $3 billion company with over 1400 locations, but thanks for explaining what it is. Next do Sears.

    Replies: @Anon7

  28. @Wilkey
    @V. Hickel


    Also why is the name of the (black brazilian blm brother) who murdered Ashli Babitt nowhere to be seen? roles reversed: fired, arrested, mob at his house blah blah blah…
     
    Dude, I’ve been asking this question from Day One. We will probably never know his name, and he will probably never be charged.


    I hope Trump outs the guy’s name on his way out the door. And I hope he pardons everyone involved but the most violent offenders, if he’s able to.

    Replies: @JimDandy, @donut, @MEH 0910

    I’ve seen him outed on one of the pro-Trump sites. They linked to his social media, where he said (prior to the incident) he was bringing “smoke” or whatever and afterwards he was saying how he was staying strong during trying times or something like that. It’s out there. Sorry, I don’t have the time to go look for it just now.

    • Replies: @Bubba
    @JimDandy

    Don't know if this is what you are referring to...

    https://redpilled.ca/redpilled-media-exclusive-us-capitol-special-agent-david-bailey-who-murdered-ashli-babbitt-is-a-brazilian-immigrant-and-black-lives-matter-militant-he-repeatedly-threatened-to-kill-trump-su/

    Replies: @JimDandy

  29. @Dan Hayes
    @JimDandy

    You can’t get an answer since there is little if any supporting evidence that the poor policeman’s death was protestor-induced. If there were such supporting evidence, rest assured it would have already been broadcasted from the mountaintops!

    Replies: @Mario Partisan, @JimDandy

    True dat, my brotha. But why aren’t sites like… well, like this one, raising hell about it?

  30. Some hints on the kind of extremists who’d better be careful.

    • Agree: Not Raul
    • Thanks: Polistra
  31. @Ben Kurtz
    The ADL really jumped the shark six-odd years ago when theyreplaced the retiring Abe Foxman with ultra-pernicious Jonathan Greenblatt.

    For good or ill, Foxman was a Jew's Jew. He ran a Jewish community organization and ran it with focus on the Jewish interest, at least as best he saw it in his lights. My only fundamental complaint is that it has for a long time been culturally anathema for other certain other white European ethnic groups to do the same for themselves; really, everyone should have a Foxman in his corner.

    But Greenblatt took a Jewish organization and suborned it into a wholly owned subsidiary of the Hillary Clinton political campaign and Woke, Inc. It is leading a bunch of semi-liberal Boomer Jews that I know even further into a wasteland of deceit and spin, when it should just be staying in its lane and focus on raising complaints about the increasing numbers of anti-Semitic attacks in decaying NYC, which aren't exactly being committed by a bunch of white rednecks, if you catch my drift.

    This organization is worse than useless to Jew and Gentile alike these days. It needs to be shut down for good.

    Replies: @Buzz Mohawk, @gent, @silviosilver

    For good or ill, Foxman was a Jew’s Jew. He ran a Jewish community organization and ran it with focus on the Jewish interest…

    My only fundamental complaint is that it has for a long time been culturally anathema for other certain other white European ethnic groups to do the same for themselves; really, everyone should have a Foxman in his corner.

    My only fundamental complaint is that you don’t see this as ALL EUROPEAN PEOPLE, i.e. White, including Jews, who should have a Foxman in their corner TOGETHER.

    What you propose is fracturing, which weakens an entire race of people. It would really help if Jews would simply join the European club and we could all defend ourselves together. How about being a “White’s White,” a “European’s European?” Huh? Focus on the European interest for a change, instead of advocating futher atomization into smaller and smaller ethnic groups.

    If you want to compete with nearly two billion ethnic Chinese in the future, you are going to have to do this. You need to be one people, and your Abe Foxmans need to work for that one people’s interest.

    Will this happen? Hell no. I just had to say it, that’s all.

    Carry on.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Different regional, religious, ethnic, occupational, economic, etc. groups each lobbying for their own interests in the marketplace of idea has always been a feature of American life since day 1. You had 13 colonies and each one was pursuing its own agenda at the Continental Congress. In the face of a common enemy they were (temporarily) able to unite and once that enemy was defeated they went back to squabbling with each other. The only thing that I fear now is that we are no longer able to recognize the seriousness of the threats that exist and unite even temporarily to overcome them.

    Replies: @SFG

    , @SFG
    @Buzz Mohawk

    I wish. Unfortunately, there's too much bad blood with the Nazis sending oven memes and shooting up synagogues on one side and the ADL doing crap like this on the other.

    If you're Jewish and pro-white, the most you can do is join your local GOP and try to push back on stuff like critical race theory. But once it becomes explicitly pro-white, you have to leave. The few guys who tried (Joshua Seidel comes to mind) got death threats from Nazis. And, you know, those guys don't always stick to threats. The most you can argue for is race-blindness, which would allow whites to keep most of their power and influence.

    Even Stephen Miller only tried to cut down on immigration, after all. I don't think he ever made an explicit racial angle to it.

    Back in the sixties and seventies you did have Bobbie Fiedler and people like that pushing back against integration, etc.

    Replies: @silviosilver

  32. @Anonymous
    https://twitter.com/AP/status/1350195349437243392

    Replies: @Gary in Gramercy, @Jack D

    Freedom of speech is now “a loophole in social moderation”?

    Someone tell Ted Cruz and Josh Hawley. Surely two former Supreme Court clerks can figure out how to get “test cases” going through the court system, eventually up to First Street.

  33. @JimDandy
    She's not sexy, tho, unless you have one of those ADL-Girl fetishes. Hey, did a Capitol cop actually die because he was hit in the head with a fire extinguisher? I know one died the day (or so) after the 6th, and I know a fire extinguisher was thrown, but is it a closed case that that fire extinguisher killed that cop?

    Seem like an important question, and I can't get an answer.

    Replies: @songbird, @V. Hickel, @Dan Hayes, @Ron Unz, @Anon, @El Dato, @Barack Obama's secret Unz account, @Dieter Kief, @Jay2130, @Father Coughlin

    Hey, did a Capitol cop actually die because he was hit in the head with a fire extinguisher? I know one died the day (or so) after the 6th, and I know a fire extinguisher was thrown, but is it a closed case that that fire extinguisher killed that cop?

    That’s exactly what I’ve begun wondering. Given that zero details of the incident have come out, I’m getting pretty suspicious.

    I wouldn’t be surprised if that cop had died from a heart-attack or something, and his death was then conflated with the video of the thrown fire-extinguisher. I’m pretty sure that I read in the NYT that the fire-extinguisher video had nothing to do with the cop’s death, and I’m skeptical that there were two entirely separate fire-extinguisher incidents.

    • Replies: @JimDandy
    @Ron Unz

    I agree. For what it's worth, I read somewhere that the dead officer's family was asking that people stop "politicizing" his death.

    , @Ron Unz
    @Ron Unz

    As a follow-up, my morning NYT stated that the person who threw the fire-extinguisher in the video has now been charged with "assault." That means it's 100% certain that he didn't kill that cop.

    The cop was the only "regime fatality" in the 1/6 incident, and there seems to be absolutely no effort to track down his alleged attacker even though national law enforcement is scouring the country for dozens or hundreds of other minor participants. Why would they make an all-out effort to catch those individuals who were guilty of trespassing and disorderly-conduct without trying to locate the supposed pro-Trump cop-killer?

    I think the most logical explanation is that there *was* no cop-killer, and the officer died of more-or-less natural causes, e.g. a stroke brought on by all the excitement...

    Replies: @Anon, @Adam Smith

    , @Corvinus
    @Ron Unz

    "Given that zero details of the incident have come out, I’m getting pretty suspicious."

    To the contrary...

    https://abc7ny.com/robert-sanford-firefighter-at-capitol-riot-arrest-fire-extinguisher-thrown/9656097/

    https://www.wsj.com/livecoverage/trump-impeachment-house-biden/card/jjabJi3k3h0KAkxYDoWY

    "I’m skeptical that there were two entirely separate fire-extinguisher incidents."

    Be skeptical all you want, but it appears that there were two entirely different events, each one involving a fire extinguisher attack.

  34. I can’t always tell when this kind of blatant hypocrisy from the left is some sort of a flex or just the complete lack of self awareness. This one seems like both. Maybe it’s always both.

    • Replies: @ScarletNumber
    @Blue Collar Mike

    Oh, the left knows it is being hypocritical. It is a pure flex to see who has the balls to call them out.

  35. so now it’s ok to talk about the jewish takeover of the United States?

    well, it is Steve’s blog after all. he sets the rules.

    he’ll probably block my next couple posts about this stuff though.

  36. @Wilkey
    @V. Hickel


    Also why is the name of the (black brazilian blm brother) who murdered Ashli Babitt nowhere to be seen? roles reversed: fired, arrested, mob at his house blah blah blah…
     
    Dude, I’ve been asking this question from Day One. We will probably never know his name, and he will probably never be charged.


    I hope Trump outs the guy’s name on his way out the door. And I hope he pardons everyone involved but the most violent offenders, if he’s able to.

    Replies: @JimDandy, @donut, @MEH 0910

    Trump threw a woman and her baby out of the lifeboat for their spot and is pulling like hell to get clear of the sinking ship .

  37. This is why running your own business is essential these days. Working for anyone else risks a doxxing-induced firing.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @R.G. Camara


    This is why running your own business is essential these days. Working for anyone else risks a doxxing-induced firing.
     
    And that's why the lockdowns, and in a broader sense the Great Reset, are all about destroying small business. Can't have people who are not in fear of getting canceled.
  38. Anon[410] • Disclaimer says:
    @JimDandy
    She's not sexy, tho, unless you have one of those ADL-Girl fetishes. Hey, did a Capitol cop actually die because he was hit in the head with a fire extinguisher? I know one died the day (or so) after the 6th, and I know a fire extinguisher was thrown, but is it a closed case that that fire extinguisher killed that cop?

    Seem like an important question, and I can't get an answer.

    Replies: @songbird, @V. Hickel, @Dan Hayes, @Ron Unz, @Anon, @El Dato, @Barack Obama's secret Unz account, @Dieter Kief, @Jay2130, @Father Coughlin

    Hey, did a Capitol cop actually die because he was hit in the head with a fire extinguisher? I know one died the day (or so) after the 6th, and I know a fire extinguisher was thrown, but is it a closed case that that fire extinguisher killed that cop?

    The wording in all the reports that I have seen has been fishy. There is always a statement that the cop sustained injuries in a scuffle with protestors. And then there is a statement that he or she died later in a hospital. There is no direct statement of causation.

    On the other hand, if he was hit in the head, returned to the office, and then went to the hospital or collapsed and was taken there, to die, a head hit would make sense. Anything else would involve an immediate trip to the hospital. But after getting a hit on the head you might think you’re fine for hours or a day or so, and then you die. This is a common thing with skiers who take tumbles, e.g. actress Natasha Richardson, wife of Liam Neeson, who died the next day. That’s why people are encouraged to go to the hospital to get a CT scan even if they feel fine.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @Anon

    Any kind of street brawling can lead to somebody dying due to bad luck.

    Replies: @Buzz Mohawk, @Jonathan Mason

    , @JimDandy
    @Anon

    On the otherother hand, if he simply worked at the Capitol that day, and then died of a stroke the next day, stating that his death was caused by those events is premature and irresponsible. I don't know what happened. But I'd like to know.

    Replies: @Mr. Anon

    , @Lurker
    @Anon

    There were those two cops who died near Charlottesville in a police helicopter crash on the day of the march. The usual suspects certainly did their best to tie those fatalities to the presence of evil white nazis.

    I never saw anything cited actually connecting the crash to the march or even that the helicopter was involved in monitoring the march at the time. It just seemed to be vaguely in the area and that was good enough.

    "The last one who touched it [or rather didnt], broke it!" As Homer Simpson may have said.

    I wonder how many miles or hours removed it would have had to have been for the MSM to feel that connecting it to events on the ground was too much of a stretch?

  39. One of the most important things we must teach our sons is to abandon the prevailing (and biologically programmed) nonsense about “hot” women and to instead pay attention to women who are legitimate, as it were. This is as difficult as so much other work against very visceral, bioevolutionary imperatives, like the craving for sugar, which all evolved in an environment of scarcity. As Tony Robbins says, we are all stuck with operating system “1.o” despite the changing times. We want bright, shiny fruit that screams to us “Sugar! It will keep you from starving!” (Yet it of course now means only “You will die of diabetes, jackass!” with no appreciation that it was supposed to be available from ripe fruit for a very limited time and not 24/7/365 via 747s from Chile at Costco (which makes us fat). Because of contemporary social mores and what they reward and encourage, most beautiful women are now shite mates liable to murder a man’s baby and steal his productive labour – much better a “plain” woman who is faithful and holds other traditional values.

    Please, men, raise your sons accordingly!

    (By the way, as some have intimated curiosity: I live, but I am busy raising my son – please do the same if you are white and able, in the spirit of this comment – real-life is far more important than the Internet. God knows it is more important now than ever; and for God’s sake review the advice of Heinlein about what a man should know….)

    (A three-fer if Mr. Sailer indulges.)

    [MORE]

    (If you think this is fiction, visit South Africa and disabuse yourself of your delusions.)

    (Just sayin’… Those of us innawoods are far more numerically superiour and better equipped now than they were, after all; by the numbers, the place is actually more divided now…)

    • Agree: Rob McX
    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Autochthon

    Autchthon, for the life of me, I can't pronounce your handle in my head. I just wanted to reply to say that it's great to see you back on here again. I know, per your 3rd paragraph, you have good reasons for being gone. Thanks for that quick Jordan Peterson video in that other comment too.

  40. @JimDandy
    She's not sexy, tho, unless you have one of those ADL-Girl fetishes. Hey, did a Capitol cop actually die because he was hit in the head with a fire extinguisher? I know one died the day (or so) after the 6th, and I know a fire extinguisher was thrown, but is it a closed case that that fire extinguisher killed that cop?

    Seem like an important question, and I can't get an answer.

    Replies: @songbird, @V. Hickel, @Dan Hayes, @Ron Unz, @Anon, @El Dato, @Barack Obama's secret Unz account, @Dieter Kief, @Jay2130, @Father Coughlin

    As I recall the wording in an article was “died to causes not related to the altercation”.

  41. @Anon
    @JimDandy


    Hey, did a Capitol cop actually die because he was hit in the head with a fire extinguisher? I know one died the day (or so) after the 6th, and I know a fire extinguisher was thrown, but is it a closed case that that fire extinguisher killed that cop?
     
    The wording in all the reports that I have seen has been fishy. There is always a statement that the cop sustained injuries in a scuffle with protestors. And then there is a statement that he or she died later in a hospital. There is no direct statement of causation.

    On the other hand, if he was hit in the head, returned to the office, and then went to the hospital or collapsed and was taken there, to die, a head hit would make sense. Anything else would involve an immediate trip to the hospital. But after getting a hit on the head you might think you're fine for hours or a day or so, and then you die. This is a common thing with skiers who take tumbles, e.g. actress Natasha Richardson, wife of Liam Neeson, who died the next day. That's why people are encouraged to go to the hospital to get a CT scan even if they feel fine.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @JimDandy, @Lurker

    Any kind of street brawling can lead to somebody dying due to bad luck.

    • Replies: @Buzz Mohawk
    @Steve Sailer

    It was probably COVID-19.

    Replies: @El Dato

    , @Jonathan Mason
    @Steve Sailer

    Hospitals, emergency rooms, and mental hospitals stopped restraining people face down, because they were sufficient evidence that this practice caused a number of deaths by respiratory arrest.

    They have also been a number of cases where large numbers of soccer fans have been killed by being crushed in a crowd.

    These are some of the reasons why uncontrolled rioting is inherently dangerous to human life.

    The fact that many of the Capitol rioters were probably not aware of these facts is irrelevant. If they knew that they had been told by a authorized police officer not to enter the Capitol, then they are guilty of whatever they are charged with and do not have a leg to stand on..

    Replies: @Hibernian, @Cool Daddy Jimbo, @Anon

  42. @Ripple Earthdevil
    OT: Woke capitalism in action. This is the Target in Emeryville CA, a very small city at the foot of the Bay Bridge nestled between West Oakland and SW Berkeley.

    https://imgur.com/a/YweEytj

    This is what greets customers as they walk in.

    There are always a good number of black customers and staff.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Reg Cæsar, @Lot, @Anon7, @AndrewR, @International Jew, @Mike_from_SGV

    Lol if I were on the board at Target, things wouldn’t go well.

    “These savages looted and destroyed a whole-ass Target last spring after a 47 year old heavy drug abuser happened to die in police custody, and then went on to loot, shoot and make soot in dozens of American cities, but you want to kiss their asses even more?”

  43. @Steve Sailer
    @Anon

    Any kind of street brawling can lead to somebody dying due to bad luck.

    Replies: @Buzz Mohawk, @Jonathan Mason

    It was probably COVID-19.

    • Replies: @El Dato
    @Buzz Mohawk

    The new virus is CAPITOL-21

    CDC confirms it is spread through Facebook and Twitter spittle.

    Having leftist devotionalia in a liitle shrine built around a display of CNN 24/7 may confer temporary immunity. The aministration is working on Freedom Certificates (valid for a month) that confirm that you are CAPITOL-21-free ifvstopped at a Citizen Health Checkpoint.

  44. @Thomas
    @Skylark Thibedeau


    Pelosi is running around Washington like Al Haig after Reagan got shot. I’m in Charge!
     
    There's an argument to be made that Pelosi herself got dangerously close to seditious conspiracy with the stunt she pulled directly communicating with the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs about Trump's control over the military in the days after the Capitol rush.

    (a)Whoever, with intent to interfere with, impair, or influence the loyalty, morale, or discipline of the military or naval forces of the United States:
    (1)advises, counsels, urges, or in any manner causes or attempts to cause insubordination, disloyalty, mutiny, or refusal of duty by any member of the military or naval forces of the United States; or
    (2)distributes or attempts to distribute any written or printed matter which advises, counsels, or urges insubordination, disloyalty, mutiny, or refusal of duty by any member of the military or naval forces of the United States—
    Shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than ten years, or both, and shall be ineligible for employment by the United States or any department or agency thereof, for the five years next following his conviction.

    18 U.S.C. 2387.

     

    https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/18/2387

    Given that the Joint Chiefs are merely an advisory staff and not in the actual chain of command though (which Pelosi presumably knows), she might have expected that to constitute a defense to any such charge. That, and the fact that Trump in his prime barely had either a mental or a practical grasp of the powers of his office as it was.

    Replies: @Peter D. Bredon, @Hibernian

    “Pelosi herself got dangerously close to seditious conspiracy with the stunt she pulled ….”

    Nah, law doesn’t matter, it’s all who/whom from here on.

    • Agree: Almost Missouri
    • Replies: @MGB
    @Peter D. Bredon

    i was listening to NPR the other day on the car radio just to see what they were saying about the 'insurrection', and the legal expert being interviewed said that the incitement charge was weak ('probably weaker than previous impeachment charges' or words to that effect). the NPR flak helpfully interjected that 'we know that impeachment is just as much a political as a legal event'. really, really disgusting people.

  45. 1.) The fundamental viewpoint, perspective, approach and at least many of the most prominent, characteristic/signature positions of the ADL are in reality contrary and even antithetical to those of authentic traditional Judaism.

    (The chosen photo alone is but one conspicuous example in this regard, albeit far from the most profound or egregious that could be cited.)

    2.) The ADL is far less representative of Jews– even completely secular, irreligious ones– than their typical grandiosity and khutzpah would suggest.

    3.) I would not be surprised if the behavior and attitude of the ADL has had a net effect of increasing anti-Jewish sentiment.

    • Replies: @Bardon Kaldian
    @Dissident


    (The chosen photo alone is but one conspicuous example in this regard, albeit far from the most profound or egregious that could be cited.)
     
    ADL seems to think that snooping, probably childless corporate me-me-me women wasting their lives on trifles are the ideal no one could resist.
    , @HA
    @Dissident

    "I would not be surprised if the behavior and attitude of the ADL has had a net effect of increasing anti-Jewish sentiment."

    You talk like that's a bad thing. In a world where Jews are out-marrying (or at least inter-marrying) the way they are, activities that increase the us/them polarity can be very useful, even necessary.

    Besides, when it comes to some of the nut-jobs who rattle on nonstop about Jews and the Holocaust -- see the rest of this website for some examples of that -- increasing their hatred of Jews (if that were even possible) would be a feature not a bug. You WANT to have those kind of people mad at you. Because the louder and angrier that the trashy riff-raff become, the more likely it is that anyone with a lingering shred of decency or intelligence will decide that this isn't the kind of club he wants to hang out in. You think Steve is doing antisemitism a disservice by blocking out the kind of comments that say the ovens were real and, if anything, Hitler should have built more of them? As for me, I wouldn't be surprised if some of the people posting that stuff are in catspaw cahoots with the ADL.

    For every Jew who thinks all those dumb evangelical Israel-firsters out there might be good for something in the future, like any useful idiots, there's another one who would prefer that they were all loud, rabid anti-semites. They think that any reduction in dollars and support from the evangelicals would be more than compensated by fellow Jews deciding to circle the wagons in response.

  46. @Ripple Earthdevil
    OT: Woke capitalism in action. This is the Target in Emeryville CA, a very small city at the foot of the Bay Bridge nestled between West Oakland and SW Berkeley.

    https://imgur.com/a/YweEytj

    This is what greets customers as they walk in.

    There are always a good number of black customers and staff.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Reg Cæsar, @Lot, @Anon7, @AndrewR, @International Jew, @Mike_from_SGV

    Emeryville is Berkeley’s Hong Kong.

    • Replies: @Ripple Earthdevil
    @International Jew

    Care to elaborate?

    Replies: @International Jew

    , @Bardon Kaldian
    @International Jew

    I cannot follow your esoteric clues .....

  47. @Rob McX

    Doxing Should Be Illegal. Reporting Extremists Should Not.
     
    Anyone voicing even the mildest support for whites as a race is an "extremist". Their non-white equivalent, on the other hand, would be termed a "black/Hispanic rights activist", a "voice for the voiceless", etc.

    Replies: @Peter D. Bredon

    BLM violence = free speech

    Trumper speech = violence.

    Got it?

    • Agree: Rob McX
  48. @Ripple Earthdevil
    OT: Woke capitalism in action. This is the Target in Emeryville CA, a very small city at the foot of the Bay Bridge nestled between West Oakland and SW Berkeley.

    https://imgur.com/a/YweEytj

    This is what greets customers as they walk in.

    There are always a good number of black customers and staff.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Reg Cæsar, @Lot, @Anon7, @AndrewR, @International Jew, @Mike_from_SGV

    They naively think this will keep the store from being looted. The boyz will just laugh at those signs as they haul away the loot.

  49. @Lot
    @Ripple Earthdevil

    Every August the Targets in California have a gay pride display similar to that. It isn’t front of store, but it is prominent in the clothing area.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    Every August the Targets in California have a gay pride display similar to that. It isn’t front of store, but it is prominent in the clothing area.

    Target has been gay-shy for a decade now. They have a lot of designers to keep happy.

    MoveOn calls for boycott of Target

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minnesota_Forward

    Best Buy gave a chunk to the same PAC, but managed to escape relatively unscathed. Geeks have other issues.

  50. @Ron Unz
    @JimDandy


    Hey, did a Capitol cop actually die because he was hit in the head with a fire extinguisher? I know one died the day (or so) after the 6th, and I know a fire extinguisher was thrown, but is it a closed case that that fire extinguisher killed that cop?
     
    That's exactly what I've begun wondering. Given that zero details of the incident have come out, I'm getting pretty suspicious.

    I wouldn't be surprised if that cop had died from a heart-attack or something, and his death was then conflated with the video of the thrown fire-extinguisher. I'm pretty sure that I read in the NYT that the fire-extinguisher video had nothing to do with the cop's death, and I'm skeptical that there were two entirely separate fire-extinguisher incidents.

    Replies: @JimDandy, @Ron Unz, @Corvinus

    I agree. For what it’s worth, I read somewhere that the dead officer’s family was asking that people stop “politicizing” his death.

  51. Sexy grrrrl doxxer is Agenda™.

    I suspect the vast majority of angry, bitter, ADL stalker/doxxer types are men, white or jewish men. Almost none will be women.

  52. @Mario Partisan
    @Anonymous


    None of these women realize that it is their white, blonde butt who is going to get killed when this goes all out war.
     
    Destroying paradise for a momentary thrill. Where have I heard that story before?

    Replies: @Mr. Anon, @Pericles

    Destroying paradise for a momentary thrill. Where have I heard that story before?

    Perhaps you’ve heard that old joke with the punchline: “What can I get for a rib?”

  53. @Anon7
    @Ripple Earthdevil

    Today my wife and I went to a midwestern Bed Bath and Beyond (a big box dry goods store) to buy stuff.

    Every single large image in the store was of a person of color.

    Every single person in the store was white.

    Corporate messaging is woke messaging is government messaging. One billion Americans through mass immigration is the plan. Everything is for them now. Get used to it, get over it.

    Replies: @Mr. Anon, @Jack D, @Prof. Woland, @ScarletNumber

    Corporate messaging is woke messaging is government messaging. One billion Americans through mass immigration is the plan. Everything is for them now. Get used to it, get over it.

    No. Get angry.

  54. @JimDandy
    She's not sexy, tho, unless you have one of those ADL-Girl fetishes. Hey, did a Capitol cop actually die because he was hit in the head with a fire extinguisher? I know one died the day (or so) after the 6th, and I know a fire extinguisher was thrown, but is it a closed case that that fire extinguisher killed that cop?

    Seem like an important question, and I can't get an answer.

    Replies: @songbird, @V. Hickel, @Dan Hayes, @Ron Unz, @Anon, @El Dato, @Barack Obama's secret Unz account, @Dieter Kief, @Jay2130, @Father Coughlin

    Seem like an important question, and I can’t get an answer.

    For what it’s worth, and drawing no conclusions, far-out conspiracy theorists would be suspicious of the story around this policeman’s death, as well as that he even existed, due to the presence of numerological markers – in this case, aces and eights – that supposedly indicate the involvement of intelligence agencies, or the Illuminati, or whoever:

    Staff Sgt. Sicknick enlisted in the New Jersey Air National Guard in 1997 as a traditional drilling Guard member. He served as a Fire Team Member and Leader at the 108th Security Force Squadron, 108th Wing, located at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, N.J.

    Your mileage may vary as to how seriously you take that.

    • Replies: @Redneck farmer
    @Barack Obama's secret Unz account

    Nah. You watch out for 17 and 23.

  55. So what’s the deal here? A simple website where you can search a person’s name to see if they “harbor extremist views” or some such?

    By the way, does anybody remember that pol thread from a few months ago that said Trump was a con and the “sealed indictments” were for said extremists? Hmm…

  56. @Anon
    @JimDandy


    Hey, did a Capitol cop actually die because he was hit in the head with a fire extinguisher? I know one died the day (or so) after the 6th, and I know a fire extinguisher was thrown, but is it a closed case that that fire extinguisher killed that cop?
     
    The wording in all the reports that I have seen has been fishy. There is always a statement that the cop sustained injuries in a scuffle with protestors. And then there is a statement that he or she died later in a hospital. There is no direct statement of causation.

    On the other hand, if he was hit in the head, returned to the office, and then went to the hospital or collapsed and was taken there, to die, a head hit would make sense. Anything else would involve an immediate trip to the hospital. But after getting a hit on the head you might think you're fine for hours or a day or so, and then you die. This is a common thing with skiers who take tumbles, e.g. actress Natasha Richardson, wife of Liam Neeson, who died the next day. That's why people are encouraged to go to the hospital to get a CT scan even if they feel fine.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @JimDandy, @Lurker

    On the otherother hand, if he simply worked at the Capitol that day, and then died of a stroke the next day, stating that his death was caused by those events is premature and irresponsible. I don’t know what happened. But I’d like to know.

    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
    @JimDandy


    On the otherother hand, if he simply worked at the Capitol that day, and then died of a stroke the next day, stating that his death was caused by those events is premature and irresponsible. I don’t know what happened. But I’d like to know.
     
    There were two CP officers who lay in state in the Capitol, Sicknick and another officer who committed suicide a few days after the 6th. He committed suicide, and yet his death is now beling conflated with the riot on the 6th. So, no, I would not be surprised if Sicknick's death didn't in fact have anything to do with the rioters.*

    *Sicknick did tell people that he had been exposed to pepper-spray (whose, I don't know). An allergic reaction, as to pepper-spray, can also cause a stroke.

    Replies: @Jonathan Mason

  57. @Anon
    @JimDandy


    Hey, did a Capitol cop actually die because he was hit in the head with a fire extinguisher? I know one died the day (or so) after the 6th, and I know a fire extinguisher was thrown, but is it a closed case that that fire extinguisher killed that cop?
     
    The wording in all the reports that I have seen has been fishy. There is always a statement that the cop sustained injuries in a scuffle with protestors. And then there is a statement that he or she died later in a hospital. There is no direct statement of causation.

    On the other hand, if he was hit in the head, returned to the office, and then went to the hospital or collapsed and was taken there, to die, a head hit would make sense. Anything else would involve an immediate trip to the hospital. But after getting a hit on the head you might think you're fine for hours or a day or so, and then you die. This is a common thing with skiers who take tumbles, e.g. actress Natasha Richardson, wife of Liam Neeson, who died the next day. That's why people are encouraged to go to the hospital to get a CT scan even if they feel fine.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @JimDandy, @Lurker

    There were those two cops who died near Charlottesville in a police helicopter crash on the day of the march. The usual suspects certainly did their best to tie those fatalities to the presence of evil white nazis.

    I never saw anything cited actually connecting the crash to the march or even that the helicopter was involved in monitoring the march at the time. It just seemed to be vaguely in the area and that was good enough.

    “The last one who touched it [or rather didnt], broke it!” As Homer Simpson may have said.

    I wonder how many miles or hours removed it would have had to have been for the MSM to feel that connecting it to events on the ground was too much of a stretch?

  58. @International Jew
    @Ripple Earthdevil

    Emeryville is Berkeley's Hong Kong.

    Replies: @Ripple Earthdevil, @Bardon Kaldian

    Care to elaborate?

    • Replies: @International Jew
    @Ripple Earthdevil

    Emeryville is the free-market appendage of Communist Berkeley.

  59. Always a good time to rewatch “Defamation” the documentary. A really hilarious look at the ADL!

    https://watchdocumentaries.com/defamation/

  60. @JimDandy
    @Anon

    On the otherother hand, if he simply worked at the Capitol that day, and then died of a stroke the next day, stating that his death was caused by those events is premature and irresponsible. I don't know what happened. But I'd like to know.

    Replies: @Mr. Anon

    On the otherother hand, if he simply worked at the Capitol that day, and then died of a stroke the next day, stating that his death was caused by those events is premature and irresponsible. I don’t know what happened. But I’d like to know.

    There were two CP officers who lay in state in the Capitol, Sicknick and another officer who committed suicide a few days after the 6th. He committed suicide, and yet his death is now beling conflated with the riot on the 6th. So, no, I would not be surprised if Sicknick’s death didn’t in fact have anything to do with the rioters.*

    *Sicknick did tell people that he had been exposed to pepper-spray (whose, I don’t know). An allergic reaction, as to pepper-spray, can also cause a stroke.

    • Replies: @Jonathan Mason
    @Mr. Anon

    And did the guy who committed suicide commit suicide for completely unrelated reasons?

  61. @Barack Obama's secret Unz account
    @JimDandy


    Seem like an important question, and I can’t get an answer.
     
    For what it's worth, and drawing no conclusions, far-out conspiracy theorists would be suspicious of the story around this policeman's death, as well as that he even existed, due to the presence of numerological markers - in this case, aces and eights - that supposedly indicate the involvement of intelligence agencies, or the Illuminati, or whoever:

    Staff Sgt. Sicknick enlisted in the New Jersey Air National Guard in 1997 as a traditional drilling Guard member. He served as a Fire Team Member and Leader at the 108th Security Force Squadron, 108th Wing, located at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, N.J.
     
    Your mileage may vary as to how seriously you take that.

    Replies: @Redneck farmer

    Nah. You watch out for 17 and 23.

  62. @Buzz Mohawk
    @Steve Sailer

    It was probably COVID-19.

    Replies: @El Dato

    The new virus is CAPITOL-21

    CDC confirms it is spread through Facebook and Twitter spittle.

    Having leftist devotionalia in a liitle shrine built around a display of CNN 24/7 may confer temporary immunity. The aministration is working on Freedom Certificates (valid for a month) that confirm that you are CAPITOL-21-free ifvstopped at a Citizen Health Checkpoint.

    • LOL: Dieter Kief
  63. https://www.rt.com/usa/512822-telegram-lawsuit-apple-remove/

    I will give you one guess on the background of the person trying to push the tech tyrants to censor telegram.

  64. @Ben Kurtz
    The ADL really jumped the shark six-odd years ago when theyreplaced the retiring Abe Foxman with ultra-pernicious Jonathan Greenblatt.

    For good or ill, Foxman was a Jew's Jew. He ran a Jewish community organization and ran it with focus on the Jewish interest, at least as best he saw it in his lights. My only fundamental complaint is that it has for a long time been culturally anathema for other certain other white European ethnic groups to do the same for themselves; really, everyone should have a Foxman in his corner.

    But Greenblatt took a Jewish organization and suborned it into a wholly owned subsidiary of the Hillary Clinton political campaign and Woke, Inc. It is leading a bunch of semi-liberal Boomer Jews that I know even further into a wasteland of deceit and spin, when it should just be staying in its lane and focus on raising complaints about the increasing numbers of anti-Semitic attacks in decaying NYC, which aren't exactly being committed by a bunch of white rednecks, if you catch my drift.

    This organization is worse than useless to Jew and Gentile alike these days. It needs to be shut down for good.

    Replies: @Buzz Mohawk, @gent, @silviosilver

    The one thing that comforts me at night is that today’s jewry is no where near as competent as there parent’s generation or God forbid the nefarious uber-hebes that were their grand-parents and great-grandparents. Now those were some nation destroyers.

  65. @JimDandy
    She's not sexy, tho, unless you have one of those ADL-Girl fetishes. Hey, did a Capitol cop actually die because he was hit in the head with a fire extinguisher? I know one died the day (or so) after the 6th, and I know a fire extinguisher was thrown, but is it a closed case that that fire extinguisher killed that cop?

    Seem like an important question, and I can't get an answer.

    Replies: @songbird, @V. Hickel, @Dan Hayes, @Ron Unz, @Anon, @El Dato, @Barack Obama's secret Unz account, @Dieter Kief, @Jay2130, @Father Coughlin

    The Gateway Pundit wrote that police officer David Sicknick died in a hospital due to medical conditions (possibly a stroke).

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/01/update-dc-officer-sicknicks-death-driven-medical-condition-reports-attack-not-confirmed/

  66. @Mario Partisan
    @Anonymous


    None of these women realize that it is their white, blonde butt who is going to get killed when this goes all out war.
     
    Destroying paradise for a momentary thrill. Where have I heard that story before?

    Replies: @Mr. Anon, @Pericles

    Thumbs up for that one.

  67. • Replies: @Dan Hayes
    @Rob McX

    Quintessential Trump. Abandoning his core supporters, leaving them to be ground up under the bus (Trump’s cannon fodder!) A psychopathic ingrate who will meet justice at the hands of the corrupt New York State Judicial Machine!

    Replies: @Polistra, @Bardon Kaldian

    , @El Dato
    @Rob McX

    Seriously, what the actual fuck.

    That's when The Emperor quickly leaves the Death Star before the finale but finds time for a final fart in the general direction of his doomed stormtroopers.

  68. @R.G. Camara
    This is why running your own business is essential these days. Working for anyone else risks a doxxing-induced firing.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    This is why running your own business is essential these days. Working for anyone else risks a doxxing-induced firing.

    And that’s why the lockdowns, and in a broader sense the Great Reset, are all about destroying small business. Can’t have people who are not in fear of getting canceled.

    • Agree: Achmed E. Newman
  69. @Steve Sailer
    @Anon

    Any kind of street brawling can lead to somebody dying due to bad luck.

    Replies: @Buzz Mohawk, @Jonathan Mason

    Hospitals, emergency rooms, and mental hospitals stopped restraining people face down, because they were sufficient evidence that this practice caused a number of deaths by respiratory arrest.

    They have also been a number of cases where large numbers of soccer fans have been killed by being crushed in a crowd.

    These are some of the reasons why uncontrolled rioting is inherently dangerous to human life.

    The fact that many of the Capitol rioters were probably not aware of these facts is irrelevant. If they knew that they had been told by a authorized police officer not to enter the Capitol, then they are guilty of whatever they are charged with and do not have a leg to stand on..

    • Replies: @Hibernian
    @Jonathan Mason

    Trespassing is not a felony and therefore would not trigger (no pun intended) the felony murder rule.

    Replies: @Polistra

    , @Cool Daddy Jimbo
    @Jonathan Mason

    "The fact that many of the Capitol rioters were probably not aware of these facts is irrelevant. If they knew that they had been told by a authorized police officer not to enter the Capitol, then they are guilty of whatever they are charged with and do not have a leg to stand on."

    And we should hunt them down and charge them. As soon as we're done hunting down and charging rioters from last Summer. Everyone who looted. Everyone who threw things at cops. Everyone who started a fire. I'll wait.

    , @Anon
    @Jonathan Mason


    Hospitals, emergency rooms, and mental hospitals stopped restraining people face down, because they were sufficient evidence that this practice caused a number of deaths by respiratory arrest.
     
    This is what killed Eric "Loosies" Garner. Here is a New York Times editorial board editorial:

    As early as 1995, a Department of Justice bulletin on “positional asphyxia” quoted the New York Police Department’s guidelines on preventing deaths in custody. “As soon as the subject is handcuffed, get him off his stomach. Turn him on his side or place him in a seated position.”

    As Michael Baden, a former chief medical examiner of New York City, told The Times: “Obese people especially, lying face down, prone, are unable to breathe when enough pressure is put on their back. The pressure prevents the diaphragm from going up and down, and he can’t inhale and exhale.”

    Which is exactly what Mr. Garner was trying to tell the officers who were on top of him.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2014/12/05/opinion/eric-garner-daniel-pantaleo-and-lethal-police-tactics.html
     
    If you watch the video, the "choke hold" was not a choke hold. It was an uncompressed strangle hold position used momentarily to pull him off balance to the ground. At that point he was fine, and then they cuffed him on his stomach and left him there.
  70. @Mr. Anon
    @JimDandy


    On the otherother hand, if he simply worked at the Capitol that day, and then died of a stroke the next day, stating that his death was caused by those events is premature and irresponsible. I don’t know what happened. But I’d like to know.
     
    There were two CP officers who lay in state in the Capitol, Sicknick and another officer who committed suicide a few days after the 6th. He committed suicide, and yet his death is now beling conflated with the riot on the 6th. So, no, I would not be surprised if Sicknick's death didn't in fact have anything to do with the rioters.*

    *Sicknick did tell people that he had been exposed to pepper-spray (whose, I don't know). An allergic reaction, as to pepper-spray, can also cause a stroke.

    Replies: @Jonathan Mason

    And did the guy who committed suicide commit suicide for completely unrelated reasons?

  71. @Thomas
    @Skylark Thibedeau


    Pelosi is running around Washington like Al Haig after Reagan got shot. I’m in Charge!
     
    There's an argument to be made that Pelosi herself got dangerously close to seditious conspiracy with the stunt she pulled directly communicating with the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs about Trump's control over the military in the days after the Capitol rush.

    (a)Whoever, with intent to interfere with, impair, or influence the loyalty, morale, or discipline of the military or naval forces of the United States:
    (1)advises, counsels, urges, or in any manner causes or attempts to cause insubordination, disloyalty, mutiny, or refusal of duty by any member of the military or naval forces of the United States; or
    (2)distributes or attempts to distribute any written or printed matter which advises, counsels, or urges insubordination, disloyalty, mutiny, or refusal of duty by any member of the military or naval forces of the United States—
    Shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than ten years, or both, and shall be ineligible for employment by the United States or any department or agency thereof, for the five years next following his conviction.

    18 U.S.C. 2387.

     

    https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/18/2387

    Given that the Joint Chiefs are merely an advisory staff and not in the actual chain of command though (which Pelosi presumably knows), she might have expected that to constitute a defense to any such charge. That, and the fact that Trump in his prime barely had either a mental or a practical grasp of the powers of his office as it was.

    Replies: @Peter D. Bredon, @Hibernian

    Given that the Joint Chiefs are merely an advisory staff and not in the actual chain of command though …

    Not sure that is true post Goldwater Nichols.

    • Replies: @Thomas
    @Hibernian


    Not sure that is true post Goldwater Nichols.
     
    That was precisely a result of Goldwater-Nichols.
  72. @Jonathan Mason
    @Steve Sailer

    Hospitals, emergency rooms, and mental hospitals stopped restraining people face down, because they were sufficient evidence that this practice caused a number of deaths by respiratory arrest.

    They have also been a number of cases where large numbers of soccer fans have been killed by being crushed in a crowd.

    These are some of the reasons why uncontrolled rioting is inherently dangerous to human life.

    The fact that many of the Capitol rioters were probably not aware of these facts is irrelevant. If they knew that they had been told by a authorized police officer not to enter the Capitol, then they are guilty of whatever they are charged with and do not have a leg to stand on..

    Replies: @Hibernian, @Cool Daddy Jimbo, @Anon

    Trespassing is not a felony and therefore would not trigger (no pun intended) the felony murder rule.

    • Replies: @Polistra
    @Hibernian

    Not only is it not a felony, but coming to a town near you...

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/soros-funded-l-a-da-legalizes-trespassing-and-resisting-arrest/

  73. ADL did have a real purpose in the beginning & some time after. Now, it is, along with SPLC & similar organizations, a deranged anti-normal media fist for crushing dissent of any sanity.

    ADL promo woman could find a career in porn in the role of skinny teacher for fetishists preferring that type.

    • Replies: @anon
    @Bardon Kaldian

    ADL did have a real purpose in the beginning & some time after.

    Perhaps you could expound on that purpose?

    Be sure to include something about 13 year old Mary Phagen.

    Replies: @Bardon Kaldian

  74. @Rob McX

    Quintessential Trump. Abandoning his core supporters, leaving them to be ground up under the bus (Trump’s cannon fodder!) A psychopathic ingrate who will meet justice at the hands of the corrupt New York State Judicial Machine!

    • Replies: @Polistra
    @Dan Hayes

    Hard to care much about the man, but the implications of what they're going to do to him are a bit worrisome for the nation. Or the ex-nation; whatever it is we are now.

    , @Bardon Kaldian
    @Dan Hayes

    Yeah, plus Absurdistan: https://www.usnews.com/news/world/articles/2021-01-11/pompeo-in-tuesday-speech-to-accuse-iran-of-al-qaeda-links-sources

    Pompeo Says Iran Gives Al Qaeda New 'Home Base,' Analysts Skeptical

    Al Qaeda in .... Iran?

    How idiotic can you get?

  75. @Hibernian
    @Jonathan Mason

    Trespassing is not a felony and therefore would not trigger (no pun intended) the felony murder rule.

    Replies: @Polistra

    Not only is it not a felony, but coming to a town near you…

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/soros-funded-l-a-da-legalizes-trespassing-and-resisting-arrest/

  76. @Dan Hayes
    @Rob McX

    Quintessential Trump. Abandoning his core supporters, leaving them to be ground up under the bus (Trump’s cannon fodder!) A psychopathic ingrate who will meet justice at the hands of the corrupt New York State Judicial Machine!

    Replies: @Polistra, @Bardon Kaldian

    Hard to care much about the man, but the implications of what they’re going to do to him are a bit worrisome for the nation. Or the ex-nation; whatever it is we are now.

    • Agree: Dan Hayes
  77. @Dan Hayes
    @Rob McX

    Quintessential Trump. Abandoning his core supporters, leaving them to be ground up under the bus (Trump’s cannon fodder!) A psychopathic ingrate who will meet justice at the hands of the corrupt New York State Judicial Machine!

    Replies: @Polistra, @Bardon Kaldian

    Yeah, plus Absurdistan: https://www.usnews.com/news/world/articles/2021-01-11/pompeo-in-tuesday-speech-to-accuse-iran-of-al-qaeda-links-sources

    Pompeo Says Iran Gives Al Qaeda New ‘Home Base,’ Analysts Skeptical

    Al Qaeda in …. Iran?

    How idiotic can you get?

  78. @International Jew
    @Ripple Earthdevil

    Emeryville is Berkeley's Hong Kong.

    Replies: @Ripple Earthdevil, @Bardon Kaldian

    I cannot follow your esoteric clues …..

  79. All quiet on the whiteness front:

    Cops outnumber protesters at state capitols across the US, as the FBI’s ‘uprising’ evaporates

    Statehouses across the country upped their security, as anti-extremism “experts” amped up the threat to the media. Yet by Sunday afternoon, it became clear that either the FBI and the media overstated the threat, or the Trump army was standing back and keeping its powder dry.

    Armed protesters did show up outside the Ohio state house in Columbus, but they were outnumbered by police officers. A large contingent of the group appeared to be associated with the ‘Boogaloo’ movement, and told reporters that they were not there on behalf of Donald Trump, but for “individual liberty for all.”

    Tweet: [“We are out here supporting the local BLM scene” says one of the Boogaloo Boys before marching towards the Ohio Statehouse building to protest]

    In Georgia, only two armed protesters showed up at the capitol in Atlanta, while no demonstrators at all had showed up to most of the nation’s statehouses by mid-afternoon. In Florida, the FBI arrested one self-described “hardcore leftist” on Friday, for allegedly attempting to recruit comrades to attack a pro-Trump protest in Tallahassee on Sunday. However, even if he hadn’t been arrested, he would have had no targets, as no protest materialized.

    Also, as Ramzpaul says:

    https://postimg.cc/tYqrqxS1

  80. @Rob McX

    Seriously, what the actual fuck.

    That’s when The Emperor quickly leaves the Death Star before the finale but finds time for a final fart in the general direction of his doomed stormtroopers.

  81. @Jonathan Mason
    @Steve Sailer

    Hospitals, emergency rooms, and mental hospitals stopped restraining people face down, because they were sufficient evidence that this practice caused a number of deaths by respiratory arrest.

    They have also been a number of cases where large numbers of soccer fans have been killed by being crushed in a crowd.

    These are some of the reasons why uncontrolled rioting is inherently dangerous to human life.

    The fact that many of the Capitol rioters were probably not aware of these facts is irrelevant. If they knew that they had been told by a authorized police officer not to enter the Capitol, then they are guilty of whatever they are charged with and do not have a leg to stand on..

    Replies: @Hibernian, @Cool Daddy Jimbo, @Anon

    “The fact that many of the Capitol rioters were probably not aware of these facts is irrelevant. If they knew that they had been told by a authorized police officer not to enter the Capitol, then they are guilty of whatever they are charged with and do not have a leg to stand on.”

    And we should hunt them down and charge them. As soon as we’re done hunting down and charging rioters from last Summer. Everyone who looted. Everyone who threw things at cops. Everyone who started a fire. I’ll wait.

  82. @Dissident
    1.) The fundamental viewpoint, perspective, approach and at least many of the most prominent, characteristic/signature positions of the ADL are in reality contrary and even antithetical to those of authentic traditional Judaism.

    (The chosen photo alone is but one conspicuous example in this regard, albeit far from the most profound or egregious that could be cited.)

    2.) The ADL is far less representative of Jews-- even completely secular, irreligious ones-- than their typical grandiosity and khutzpah would suggest.

    3.) I would not be surprised if the behavior and attitude of the ADL has had a net effect of increasing anti-Jewish sentiment.

    Replies: @Bardon Kaldian, @HA

    (The chosen photo alone is but one conspicuous example in this regard, albeit far from the most profound or egregious that could be cited.)

    ADL seems to think that snooping, probably childless corporate me-me-me women wasting their lives on trifles are the ideal no one could resist.

  83. @John Milton's Ghost
    @Dan Hayes

    The unreason of the Left is increasingly so brazen that I suspect it is the latter. The pattern often goes like this:
    1. Leftist commentators put bold statements on Twitter that espouse a U-turn from something said months earlier.
    2. Op-eds from the "leading experts" forward such positions in 1000-word essays, with no mention of the inconsistency.
    3. Conservative commoners on Twitter or blogs cut and paste the exact opposite statements from the folks in step 1, and even full-length essays in step 2.
    4. Incoherent Twitter addicts block the offending parties from 3.
    5. Some conservative "journalists" write tepid criticisms of the inconsistency.
    6. Lesser, young mainstream "journalists," (those attempting to ironically start a career in a field that Big Tech has destroyed), attempt to score points by explaining how conservative "pouncing" inconsistencies is misplaced and the wise experts actually advocate real consistency. The larger truth embedded in the smaller lie, the complexity of the specifics of the cases in question, the context that includes an understanding of gendered identities,, an understanding of Critical Race theory or a proper understanding of history, all of these are now invoked in rather tortured logic.
    Oh, and 7. "Fact-checking" organizations, uniformly Left, further undermine points 3 and 5 by creating straw men of the criticisms, or cherry picking examples and analysis, to highlight the positions established in 6.

    Lather, rinse, and repeat. Unreason is the standard of the day. There's no real debate or conversation, at all.

    Replies: @Catdog

    The left calls exposure of their hypocrisy “whataboutism” now.

    • Replies: @Expletive Deleted
    @Catdog

    It's been used as a deflection technique by communists since at least the '40s.
    Trust the Irish to give a name to what amounts to almost the entirety of political discourse on their island since time immemorial. And shows no sign of abating.

    "Whataboutery"
    https://wordhistories.net/2018/12/24/whataboutery-origin/

    As you might guess, the word had to be coined to describe the amoral shenanigans of vicious revolutionary marxists, and characterised the blustering defence of atrocities of the (neo) IRA. Tactics quickly adopted by their slower, dimmer Loyalist adversaries.

  84. So the Anti-Defamation League finds a use for defamation after all.

  85. @JimDandy
    @songbird

    Interesting take. To me, she looks like someone who looks like she's wearing a nose-and-glasses disguise, but, you know, isn't.

    Replies: @Sean

    The glasses hide that she is clearly a professional model half starving herself and make her look intellectual, but her sexiness is so excessive it was probably not the reason for choosing that photo. The photo was previously used in, quite possibly shot for, an article about pain from sitting uncomfortably in front of a computer. In the ADL’s context, her portrayal of discomfort stands in for disgust at racism.

    On the other hand, the MMA fighter Thug Rose is really pretty, so it possible that there is a woman at the ADL who could be up to that standard of attractiveness if carefully posed with professional make up and lighting ECT. Then again, I thought the Central Park Five innocent because the Jogger was far too good looking for a random victim.

  86. @Hibernian
    @Thomas


    Given that the Joint Chiefs are merely an advisory staff and not in the actual chain of command though ...
     
    Not sure that is true post Goldwater Nichols.

    Replies: @Thomas

    Not sure that is true post Goldwater Nichols.

    That was precisely a result of Goldwater-Nichols.

  87. @Ron Unz
    @JimDandy


    Hey, did a Capitol cop actually die because he was hit in the head with a fire extinguisher? I know one died the day (or so) after the 6th, and I know a fire extinguisher was thrown, but is it a closed case that that fire extinguisher killed that cop?
     
    That's exactly what I've begun wondering. Given that zero details of the incident have come out, I'm getting pretty suspicious.

    I wouldn't be surprised if that cop had died from a heart-attack or something, and his death was then conflated with the video of the thrown fire-extinguisher. I'm pretty sure that I read in the NYT that the fire-extinguisher video had nothing to do with the cop's death, and I'm skeptical that there were two entirely separate fire-extinguisher incidents.

    Replies: @JimDandy, @Ron Unz, @Corvinus

    As a follow-up, my morning NYT stated that the person who threw the fire-extinguisher in the video has now been charged with “assault.” That means it’s 100% certain that he didn’t kill that cop.

    The cop was the only “regime fatality” in the 1/6 incident, and there seems to be absolutely no effort to track down his alleged attacker even though national law enforcement is scouring the country for dozens or hundreds of other minor participants. Why would they make an all-out effort to catch those individuals who were guilty of trespassing and disorderly-conduct without trying to locate the supposed pro-Trump cop-killer?

    I think the most logical explanation is that there *was* no cop-killer, and the officer died of more-or-less natural causes, e.g. a stroke brought on by all the excitement…

    • Thanks: JMcG, JimDandy
    • Replies: @Anon
    @Ron Unz

    Ron,
    This may be off-topic, but what do you think of Biden's push to increase the minimum wage in the US to 15 dollars?

    I understand that you are generally supportive of an increase in the minimum wage, but do you think that a blanket rise to 15 dollars is good for the country?
    Also, what do you make of the economic impact of CA's minimum wage?

    Replies: @Ron Unz

    , @Adam Smith
    @Ron Unz

    • Agree: Adam Smith

  88. Anon[223] • Disclaimer says:
    @Ron Unz
    @Ron Unz

    As a follow-up, my morning NYT stated that the person who threw the fire-extinguisher in the video has now been charged with "assault." That means it's 100% certain that he didn't kill that cop.

    The cop was the only "regime fatality" in the 1/6 incident, and there seems to be absolutely no effort to track down his alleged attacker even though national law enforcement is scouring the country for dozens or hundreds of other minor participants. Why would they make an all-out effort to catch those individuals who were guilty of trespassing and disorderly-conduct without trying to locate the supposed pro-Trump cop-killer?

    I think the most logical explanation is that there *was* no cop-killer, and the officer died of more-or-less natural causes, e.g. a stroke brought on by all the excitement...

    Replies: @Anon, @Adam Smith

    Ron,
    This may be off-topic, but what do you think of Biden’s push to increase the minimum wage in the US to 15 dollars?

    I understand that you are generally supportive of an increase in the minimum wage, but do you think that a blanket rise to 15 dollars is good for the country?
    Also, what do you make of the economic impact of CA’s minimum wage?

    • Replies: @Ron Unz
    @Anon


    This may be off-topic, but what do you think of Biden’s push to increase the minimum wage in the US to 15 dollars?

    I understand that you are generally supportive of an increase in the minimum wage, but do you think that a blanket rise to 15 dollars is good for the country?
    Also, what do you make of the economic impact of CA’s minimum wage?
     
    Well, it seems to have worked out fine in California, since we're a very high-cost state. Maybe it should have been a little lower in the Central Valley, but I don't see any huge problems.

    However, on the national level $15 is probably too high, given all the states with very low cost/wage levels. So I'd think maybe $13 would be better.

    Anyway I tend to doubt that it will get through Congress. The Republicans will just block it, or maybe whittle it down to $13 or so.

    But I think the country has so many *gigantic* problems right now, that debating a $15 MW is like debating the size of a tip after the Titanic had already struck the iceberg...

    Replies: @Bumpkin, @Anonymous, @JohnnyWalker123

  89. @Autochthon
    One of the most important things we must teach our sons is to abandon the prevailing (and biologically programmed) nonsense about "hot" women and to instead pay attention to women who are legitimate, as it were. This is as difficult as so much other work against very visceral, bioevolutionary imperatives, like the craving for sugar, which all evolved in an environment of scarcity. As Tony Robbins says, we are all stuck with operating system "1.o" despite the changing times. We want bright, shiny fruit that screams to us "Sugar! It will keep you from starving!" (Yet it of course now means only "You will die of diabetes, jackass!" with no appreciation that it was supposed to be available from ripe fruit for a very limited time and not 24/7/365 via 747s from Chile at Costco (which makes us fat). Because of contemporary social mores and what they reward and encourage, most beautiful women are now shite mates liable to murder a man's baby and steal his productive labour – much better a "plain" woman who is faithful and holds other traditional values.

    Please, men, raise your sons accordingly!

    (By the way, as some have intimated curiosity: I live, but I am busy raising my son – please do the same if you are white and able, in the spirit of this comment – real-life is far more important than the Internet. God knows it is more important now than ever; and for God's sake review the advice of Heinlein about what a man should know....)

    (A three-fer if Mr. Sailer indulges.)



    https://youtu.be/DCUmmvWHS2Q

    https://youtu.be/RGx_lRNVTYc

    (If you think this is fiction, visit South Africa and disabuse yourself of your delusions.)

    https://youtu.be/AnNWtDRrHrQ

    (Just sayin'... Those of us innawoods are far more numerically superiour and better equipped now than they were, after all; by the numbers, the place is actually more divided now...)

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    Autchthon, for the life of me, I can’t pronounce your handle in my head. I just wanted to reply to say that it’s great to see you back on here again. I know, per your 3rd paragraph, you have good reasons for being gone. Thanks for that quick Jordan Peterson video in that other comment too.

  90. @Anon7
    @Ripple Earthdevil

    Today my wife and I went to a midwestern Bed Bath and Beyond (a big box dry goods store) to buy stuff.

    Every single large image in the store was of a person of color.

    Every single person in the store was white.

    Corporate messaging is woke messaging is government messaging. One billion Americans through mass immigration is the plan. Everything is for them now. Get used to it, get over it.

    Replies: @Mr. Anon, @Jack D, @Prof. Woland, @ScarletNumber

    Every single large image in the store was of a person of color.

    Every single person in the store was white.

    Be glad it wasn’t the other way around. Last year I went to an outlet mall in an outer ring suburb of Philly and at one point I looked around and realized that there were hardly any white people left. There were Indians and E. Asians and blacks and Hispanics, etc. A few white people, but not many, not anywhere near a majority. It was a veritable UN, the United Colors of Benetton come to life – all the nations of the world united in their pursuit of buying inexpensive soft goods made in 3rd world countries. At that moment I realized that the country I live in now is not the country that I grew up in. That country no longer exists.

    The Gap and Nike BTW, like this new country just fine – as long as you buy their stuff they really don’t care what color you are. A billion American consumers sounds just great to them, especially as the dream of the China market continues to fade and India and Africa making slow progress.

  91. @Anonymous
    https://twitter.com/AP/status/1350195349437243392

    Replies: @Gary in Gramercy, @Jack D

    Apparently, a “crack down” on free speech is now a good thing and the only problem is that it wasn’t thorough enough. We are now officially on the other side of the looking glass. Welcome to American, 2021! Round up the stragglers!

  92. @Peter D. Bredon
    @Thomas

    "Pelosi herself got dangerously close to seditious conspiracy with the stunt she pulled ...."

    Nah, law doesn't matter, it's all who/whom from here on.

    Replies: @MGB

    i was listening to NPR the other day on the car radio just to see what they were saying about the ‘insurrection’, and the legal expert being interviewed said that the incitement charge was weak (‘probably weaker than previous impeachment charges’ or words to that effect). the NPR flak helpfully interjected that ‘we know that impeachment is just as much a political as a legal event’. really, really disgusting people.

  93. @Buzz Mohawk
    @Ben Kurtz


    For good or ill, Foxman was a Jew’s Jew. He ran a Jewish community organization and ran it with focus on the Jewish interest...
     

    My only fundamental complaint is that it has for a long time been culturally anathema for other certain other white European ethnic groups to do the same for themselves; really, everyone should have a Foxman in his corner.
     
    My only fundamental complaint is that you don't see this as ALL EUROPEAN PEOPLE, i.e. White, including Jews, who should have a Foxman in their corner TOGETHER.

    What you propose is fracturing, which weakens an entire race of people. It would really help if Jews would simply join the European club and we could all defend ourselves together. How about being a "White's White," a "European's European?" Huh? Focus on the European interest for a change, instead of advocating futher atomization into smaller and smaller ethnic groups.

    If you want to compete with nearly two billion ethnic Chinese in the future, you are going to have to do this. You need to be one people, and your Abe Foxmans need to work for that one people's interest.

    Will this happen? Hell no. I just had to say it, that's all.

    Carry on.

    Replies: @Jack D, @SFG

    Different regional, religious, ethnic, occupational, economic, etc. groups each lobbying for their own interests in the marketplace of idea has always been a feature of American life since day 1. You had 13 colonies and each one was pursuing its own agenda at the Continental Congress. In the face of a common enemy they were (temporarily) able to unite and once that enemy was defeated they went back to squabbling with each other. The only thing that I fear now is that we are no longer able to recognize the seriousness of the threats that exist and unite even temporarily to overcome them.

    • Replies: @SFG
    @Jack D

    Right, but you have lots of Jewish groups arguing for stuff like this--ADL, NYT, Hollywood, etc. And now they got the rest of Big Business to help them out. (Though, to be frank, trying to launch a coup didn't help things. Big Business may like importing Latin Americans but it doesn't actually want to do business in Latin America. Of course one leads to the other, but those guys never think past the next few quarters.)

    You've got your occasional Stephen Miller (Mark Levin, Mike Savage, etc.), but with the way the politics shake out Jews and blue-collar whites are rarely on the same side.

  94. @JimDandy
    @Wilkey

    I've seen him outed on one of the pro-Trump sites. They linked to his social media, where he said (prior to the incident) he was bringing "smoke" or whatever and afterwards he was saying how he was staying strong during trying times or something like that. It's out there. Sorry, I don't have the time to go look for it just now.

    Replies: @Bubba

    • Replies: @JimDandy
    @Bubba

    Yes, I think that's what I saw. Thanks.

  95. @Buzz Mohawk
    @Ben Kurtz


    For good or ill, Foxman was a Jew’s Jew. He ran a Jewish community organization and ran it with focus on the Jewish interest...
     

    My only fundamental complaint is that it has for a long time been culturally anathema for other certain other white European ethnic groups to do the same for themselves; really, everyone should have a Foxman in his corner.
     
    My only fundamental complaint is that you don't see this as ALL EUROPEAN PEOPLE, i.e. White, including Jews, who should have a Foxman in their corner TOGETHER.

    What you propose is fracturing, which weakens an entire race of people. It would really help if Jews would simply join the European club and we could all defend ourselves together. How about being a "White's White," a "European's European?" Huh? Focus on the European interest for a change, instead of advocating futher atomization into smaller and smaller ethnic groups.

    If you want to compete with nearly two billion ethnic Chinese in the future, you are going to have to do this. You need to be one people, and your Abe Foxmans need to work for that one people's interest.

    Will this happen? Hell no. I just had to say it, that's all.

    Carry on.

    Replies: @Jack D, @SFG

    I wish. Unfortunately, there’s too much bad blood with the Nazis sending oven memes and shooting up synagogues on one side and the ADL doing crap like this on the other.

    If you’re Jewish and pro-white, the most you can do is join your local GOP and try to push back on stuff like critical race theory. But once it becomes explicitly pro-white, you have to leave. The few guys who tried (Joshua Seidel comes to mind) got death threats from Nazis. And, you know, those guys don’t always stick to threats. The most you can argue for is race-blindness, which would allow whites to keep most of their power and influence.

    Even Stephen Miller only tried to cut down on immigration, after all. I don’t think he ever made an explicit racial angle to it.

    Back in the sixties and seventies you did have Bobbie Fiedler and people like that pushing back against integration, etc.

    • Replies: @silviosilver
    @SFG


    The most you can argue for is race-blindness
     
    No, it isn't.

    You can campaign against anti-whitism. You can be anti-anti-white. There is so much anti-whitism out there nowadays that you'll never be short of work.

    You can also be anti-black, which is not the equivalent of being pro-white. Anti-blackness is a very common position on this site, even if doesn't announce itself under that banner. But if you look at the sort of stuff Ron himself posts and the kinds of articles he has run (eg that one by a latino describing how his grandmother hated blacks) it's not hard to detect the anti-black motivation.
  96. @Jack D
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Different regional, religious, ethnic, occupational, economic, etc. groups each lobbying for their own interests in the marketplace of idea has always been a feature of American life since day 1. You had 13 colonies and each one was pursuing its own agenda at the Continental Congress. In the face of a common enemy they were (temporarily) able to unite and once that enemy was defeated they went back to squabbling with each other. The only thing that I fear now is that we are no longer able to recognize the seriousness of the threats that exist and unite even temporarily to overcome them.

    Replies: @SFG

    Right, but you have lots of Jewish groups arguing for stuff like this–ADL, NYT, Hollywood, etc. And now they got the rest of Big Business to help them out. (Though, to be frank, trying to launch a coup didn’t help things. Big Business may like importing Latin Americans but it doesn’t actually want to do business in Latin America. Of course one leads to the other, but those guys never think past the next few quarters.)

    You’ve got your occasional Stephen Miller (Mark Levin, Mike Savage, etc.), but with the way the politics shake out Jews and blue-collar whites are rarely on the same side.

  97. @JimDandy
    She's not sexy, tho, unless you have one of those ADL-Girl fetishes. Hey, did a Capitol cop actually die because he was hit in the head with a fire extinguisher? I know one died the day (or so) after the 6th, and I know a fire extinguisher was thrown, but is it a closed case that that fire extinguisher killed that cop?

    Seem like an important question, and I can't get an answer.

    Replies: @songbird, @V. Hickel, @Dan Hayes, @Ron Unz, @Anon, @El Dato, @Barack Obama's secret Unz account, @Dieter Kief, @Jay2130, @Father Coughlin

    I wouldn’t deny she is an attractive woman. The question is what does putting a picture of a cute woman hinting at cleavage have to do with the story???

    The obvious answers is the ADL is using light pornography to get clicks on a story that they know defies reason. When you are openly pushing lies, you need your audience lulled and numbed so that they will be less objective about the nonsense being pushed.

    • Replies: @Expletive Deleted
    @Jay2130


    using light pornography to get clicks on a story that they know defies reason
     
    Aha. The age-old 4chan tradition. Well done ADL, catching up I see.

    The woman though, i.m.o. is about as erotically interesting as a pack of sliced processed cheese.
    Cold, pallid, squidgy, squarish and clammy. But I'm a White guy's White guy, so presumably not their core market.

  98. there is no long term point to having jewish allies. sorry, that’s just the situation.

    that’s about the same as having women in your military unit. yeah, 1 or 2 of them are not totally useless. the other 20 are there to destroy the operational value of your battalion. it’s better to just not have them, which every military in the world figured out 5000 years ago.

    simple math there. a few positive integers added to a lot of negative integers is…a big negative integer.

    • Agree: 3g4me, Expletive Deleted
    • Replies: @Expletive Deleted
    @prime noticer


    it’s better to just not have them, which every military in the world figured out 5000 years ago
     
    It is fairly common in tribal warfare, though. Which seems to be where it's all headed.

    Can't remember off the top of my head which Irish saint recommended keeping women off the battlefield for moral reasons, and had laws enacted to this end.
    He'd seen the usual whole mob turn out for each clan, and been horrified to witness a woman being extracted from the ranks by the simple dodge of impaling her through the breasts with a reaping-hook.

  99. Communists in 1960 calling for 100% Americanism, “Freedom of Speech”, and ““Protect [ing] Teachers from Intimidation.”

  100. @Ben Kurtz
    The ADL really jumped the shark six-odd years ago when theyreplaced the retiring Abe Foxman with ultra-pernicious Jonathan Greenblatt.

    For good or ill, Foxman was a Jew's Jew. He ran a Jewish community organization and ran it with focus on the Jewish interest, at least as best he saw it in his lights. My only fundamental complaint is that it has for a long time been culturally anathema for other certain other white European ethnic groups to do the same for themselves; really, everyone should have a Foxman in his corner.

    But Greenblatt took a Jewish organization and suborned it into a wholly owned subsidiary of the Hillary Clinton political campaign and Woke, Inc. It is leading a bunch of semi-liberal Boomer Jews that I know even further into a wasteland of deceit and spin, when it should just be staying in its lane and focus on raising complaints about the increasing numbers of anti-Semitic attacks in decaying NYC, which aren't exactly being committed by a bunch of white rednecks, if you catch my drift.

    This organization is worse than useless to Jew and Gentile alike these days. It needs to be shut down for good.

    Replies: @Buzz Mohawk, @gent, @silviosilver

    This organization is worse than useless to Jew and Gentile alike these days.

    Oh how I long for those blessed good old days, when the ADL used to be useful to Gentiles too.

    • Replies: @Ben Kurtz
    @silviosilver


    Oh how I long for those blessed good old days, when the ADL used to be useful to Gentiles too.
     
    Useful to Jews and benignly useless to Gentiles is about as much as anyone could hope for -- and I don't much mind that. The NAACP ought to be useful to blacks and benignly useless to whites. The Ukrainian-American social club of lower Manhattan ought to be useful to Ukrainian-Americans and benignly useless to Poles.

    Setting aside all those other organizations, the ADL has become activity harmful to all Americans, Jews included, and needs to be shut down.
  101. @SFG
    @Buzz Mohawk

    I wish. Unfortunately, there's too much bad blood with the Nazis sending oven memes and shooting up synagogues on one side and the ADL doing crap like this on the other.

    If you're Jewish and pro-white, the most you can do is join your local GOP and try to push back on stuff like critical race theory. But once it becomes explicitly pro-white, you have to leave. The few guys who tried (Joshua Seidel comes to mind) got death threats from Nazis. And, you know, those guys don't always stick to threats. The most you can argue for is race-blindness, which would allow whites to keep most of their power and influence.

    Even Stephen Miller only tried to cut down on immigration, after all. I don't think he ever made an explicit racial angle to it.

    Back in the sixties and seventies you did have Bobbie Fiedler and people like that pushing back against integration, etc.

    Replies: @silviosilver

    The most you can argue for is race-blindness

    No, it isn’t.

    You can campaign against anti-whitism. You can be anti-anti-white. There is so much anti-whitism out there nowadays that you’ll never be short of work.

    You can also be anti-black, which is not the equivalent of being pro-white. Anti-blackness is a very common position on this site, even if doesn’t announce itself under that banner. But if you look at the sort of stuff Ron himself posts and the kinds of articles he has run (eg that one by a latino describing how his grandmother hated blacks) it’s not hard to detect the anti-black motivation.

  102. @Dissident
    1.) The fundamental viewpoint, perspective, approach and at least many of the most prominent, characteristic/signature positions of the ADL are in reality contrary and even antithetical to those of authentic traditional Judaism.

    (The chosen photo alone is but one conspicuous example in this regard, albeit far from the most profound or egregious that could be cited.)

    2.) The ADL is far less representative of Jews-- even completely secular, irreligious ones-- than their typical grandiosity and khutzpah would suggest.

    3.) I would not be surprised if the behavior and attitude of the ADL has had a net effect of increasing anti-Jewish sentiment.

    Replies: @Bardon Kaldian, @HA

    “I would not be surprised if the behavior and attitude of the ADL has had a net effect of increasing anti-Jewish sentiment.”

    You talk like that’s a bad thing. In a world where Jews are out-marrying (or at least inter-marrying) the way they are, activities that increase the us/them polarity can be very useful, even necessary.

    Besides, when it comes to some of the nut-jobs who rattle on nonstop about Jews and the Holocaust — see the rest of this website for some examples of that — increasing their hatred of Jews (if that were even possible) would be a feature not a bug. You WANT to have those kind of people mad at you. Because the louder and angrier that the trashy riff-raff become, the more likely it is that anyone with a lingering shred of decency or intelligence will decide that this isn’t the kind of club he wants to hang out in. You think Steve is doing antisemitism a disservice by blocking out the kind of comments that say the ovens were real and, if anything, Hitler should have built more of them? As for me, I wouldn’t be surprised if some of the people posting that stuff are in catspaw cahoots with the ADL.

    For every Jew who thinks all those dumb evangelical Israel-firsters out there might be good for something in the future, like any useful idiots, there’s another one who would prefer that they were all loud, rabid anti-semites. They think that any reduction in dollars and support from the evangelicals would be more than compensated by fellow Jews deciding to circle the wagons in response.

  103. @Dan Hayes
    Is the ADL brain dead with the logical inconsistency of their statement or just certain that they are impervious to harm and can literally get away with anything? Just askin’.

    Replies: @John Milton's Ghost, @Charles St. Charles, @Richard B

    Is the ADL brain dead with the logical inconsistency of their statement or just certain that they are impervious to harm and can literally get away with anything? Just askin’.

    Number 2.

    They’ve worked very hard for 75 years to become impervious to criticism.

    Doxing for thee, but not for (((me))).

  104. @songbird
    @JimDandy

    I presume it is a stock photo. She looks too Aryan.

    Replies: @JimDandy, @Charles St. Charles

    I presume it is a stock photo. She looks too Aryan.

    It’s not a mistake; it’s what they are all dreaming of, once the White man is completely emasculated – a Shiksa Goddess.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @Charles St. Charles

    Jews lusting after the Shiksa Goddess is an outdated stereotype. Philip Roth is literally dead of old age. Nowadays I think I see more Jew- Asian couples than Jew-Blonde pairs. Jews have more in common with Asians than with white Christians. After the initial physical attraction of the Shiksa Goddess wears off, such couples often don't have much in common (and even less with the Goddess's family - remember when Woody Allen goes to visit Annie Hall's family in Minnesota?). In the old days you had to get married if you wanted to get into the Shiksa's pants but nowadays that's not necessary - people usually don't get married until they have known each other and often lived with each other for years first. In the old days, lots of Jew-Shiksa marriages ended in divorce but now they break up long before the wedding let alone the divorce.

    Replies: @OilcanFloyd, @Bardon Kaldian

    , @anon
    @Charles St. Charles

    stock photo grl: shik-sie or mot-y?
    https://www.beautycrew.com.au/media/21138/gal-gadot-blonde.jpg?height=414

  105. @JimDandy
    She's not sexy, tho, unless you have one of those ADL-Girl fetishes. Hey, did a Capitol cop actually die because he was hit in the head with a fire extinguisher? I know one died the day (or so) after the 6th, and I know a fire extinguisher was thrown, but is it a closed case that that fire extinguisher killed that cop?

    Seem like an important question, and I can't get an answer.

    Replies: @songbird, @V. Hickel, @Dan Hayes, @Ron Unz, @Anon, @El Dato, @Barack Obama's secret Unz account, @Dieter Kief, @Jay2130, @Father Coughlin

    Nasty tattoo, A-cups and problem glasses … no thanks. Make Mine Milkers.

  106. @Anonymous
    @Ripple Earthdevil

    The skirt is nice...

    Reference to my comment about fashion bloggers...

    The women are sitting on Instagram starting all out civil wars from the comfort of their couches trying to get their non-liberal blogger competition banned from woke corporate sponsorship...and Gain More Followers in the process

    None of these women realize that it is their white, blonde butt who is going to get killed when this goes all out war

    Replies: @Mario Partisan, @Charles St. Charles

    None of these women realize that it is their white, blonde butt who is going to get killed when this goes all out war

    No, no, no – they will not be killed; they will be trophies.

  107. @V. Hickel
    @JimDandy

    Also why is the name of the (black brazilian blm brother) who murdered Ashli Babitt nowhere to be seen? roles reversed: fired, arrested, mob at his house blah blah blah...

    Replies: @Wilkey, @MEH 0910, @Charles St. Charles

    Also why is the name of the (black brazilian blm brother) who murdered Ashli Babitt nowhere to be seen? roles reversed: fired, arrested, mob at his house blah blah blah…

    But, don’t you see, he was protecting the sacred temple of Democracy and Freedom, which only months ago we were told was built on a foundation of genocide, slavery, misogyny and White supremacy. We can’t punish a brave Law Enforcement Officer who kills an unarmed woman in the pursuit of his duties – it’s not Who We Are, this month. Keep up!

  108. If you follow the developing story of the investigation of the Capitol raid aftermath in real time, it’s becoming clear that Steve’s trope about Antifa-style doxxers being the “junior auxiliary thought police” is becoming true. More true than perhaps even Steve realized.

    If you follow both their public statements and their background leaks to reporters, what the FBI and the other federal law enforcement apparently have to rely on in investigating initially is content posted on social media or scraped from Parler’s massive security breach. (From there, they supplement based on investigation of public or institutional records and then “interviews,” really, threatening interrogations, of people connected to their suspects.) Various “extremist watching” outfits have followed the trail blazed by the $PLC and ADL and are now in this racket (“SITE Intelligence Group” is one that’s gotten involved in implicating the Proud Boys in the Capitol rush: based in Bethesda, started by Israeli spooks).

    I’m betting they’re going to be ditching the need for philanthropy in exchange for big rolls of government pork in the coming “domestic terrorism” legislation of the Biden-Harris era. The array of DC iron-triangle interests to fight “extremism” that has been built up since 9/11 is about to be weaponized domestically against whitey in a big way.

  109. @Anon7
    @Ripple Earthdevil

    Today my wife and I went to a midwestern Bed Bath and Beyond (a big box dry goods store) to buy stuff.

    Every single large image in the store was of a person of color.

    Every single person in the store was white.

    Corporate messaging is woke messaging is government messaging. One billion Americans through mass immigration is the plan. Everything is for them now. Get used to it, get over it.

    Replies: @Mr. Anon, @Jack D, @Prof. Woland, @ScarletNumber

    Peet’s Coffee is the same way. Pictures of smiling brightly dressed black people working at their woman owned co-op in Africa. No pith helmets or overseers. I have also been to hotels where there are standing cardboard cutouts of smiling black people, usually a young woman. They always have a caption on them saying how happy they are that you are their guest. Perhaps they should try doing one of a guy with his fist raised while glowering at the camera. They can make another of some white guy on the ground getting kicked.

  110. @Ron Unz
    @Ron Unz

    As a follow-up, my morning NYT stated that the person who threw the fire-extinguisher in the video has now been charged with "assault." That means it's 100% certain that he didn't kill that cop.

    The cop was the only "regime fatality" in the 1/6 incident, and there seems to be absolutely no effort to track down his alleged attacker even though national law enforcement is scouring the country for dozens or hundreds of other minor participants. Why would they make an all-out effort to catch those individuals who were guilty of trespassing and disorderly-conduct without trying to locate the supposed pro-Trump cop-killer?

    I think the most logical explanation is that there *was* no cop-killer, and the officer died of more-or-less natural causes, e.g. a stroke brought on by all the excitement...

    Replies: @Anon, @Adam Smith

    • Agree: Adam Smith

  111. anon[477] • Disclaimer says:

    It is odd that no one seems to remember when the ADL got caught spying on people. Even the LA Times article from 1993 still exists.

    https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-1993-04-09-mn-20991-story.html

    APRIL 9, 1993 12 AM
    TIMES STAFF WRITER
    SAN FRANCISCO — Police on Thursday served search warrants on the Anti-Defamation League here and in Los Angeles, seizing evidence of a nationwide intelligence network accused of keeping files on more than 950 political groups, newspapers and labor unions and as many as 12,000 people.

    Abe Foxman denied vociferously that the ADL spied on individuals, so there was one more piece of evidence of spying on individuals added to the mix.

    I’m so totally sure the ADL stopped doing this back in 1994 or so. Totally. Sure.

    • Thanks: Orville H. Larson
  112. The cop was the only “regime fatality”

    …and he was a Trump supporter.

  113. So is the angry pinchy-faced gal a Nordic Nazi villainess doxxing a valiant public defender of color, or is she a valiant true believer with damn fine plastic surgeon and hairdresser spilling the beans about some nasty Nazi villainy somewhere out in Blue Collar America?

  114. Peloton outfit, check.
    Problem glasses, check.
    Pulling up Nick Fuentes’ dreamy picture again, check.

    • Replies: @anon
    @dvorak

    Lol!

  115. @Bardon Kaldian
    ADL did have a real purpose in the beginning & some time after. Now, it is, along with SPLC & similar organizations, a deranged anti-normal media fist for crushing dissent of any sanity.

    ADL promo woman could find a career in porn in the role of skinny teacher for fetishists preferring that type.

    Replies: @anon

    ADL did have a real purpose in the beginning & some time after.

    Perhaps you could expound on that purpose?

    Be sure to include something about 13 year old Mary Phagen.

    • Agree: Bubba
    • Replies: @Bardon Kaldian
    @anon

    I've long since come to the conclusion that Frank didn't kill the girl.

    Replies: @anon

  116. @Wilkey
    @V. Hickel


    Also why is the name of the (black brazilian blm brother) who murdered Ashli Babitt nowhere to be seen? roles reversed: fired, arrested, mob at his house blah blah blah…
     
    Dude, I’ve been asking this question from Day One. We will probably never know his name, and he will probably never be charged.


    I hope Trump outs the guy’s name on his way out the door. And I hope he pardons everyone involved but the most violent offenders, if he’s able to.

    Replies: @JimDandy, @donut, @MEH 0910

  117. These so-called Jewish organizations are simply die-hard leftist front groups who try to claim a moral superiority by pretending to speak as Jews.

    “We, the children of Holocaust survivors, demand that the government spend more tax dollars on public education!”

    [MORE]

    Oh, and don’t give anything to those so-called Jewish charities. The ones that operate in major, metro areas pay their “executive directors” ~$200K.

    This Jew could tell you stories, but I’ll just leave it by saying that I would sooner give my money to the KKK.

  118. @Charles St. Charles
    @songbird


    I presume it is a stock photo. She looks too Aryan.
     
    It’s not a mistake; it’s what they are all dreaming of, once the White man is completely emasculated - a Shiksa Goddess.

    https://youtu.be/vwUSNvv-cPU

    Replies: @Jack D, @anon

    Jews lusting after the Shiksa Goddess is an outdated stereotype. Philip Roth is literally dead of old age. Nowadays I think I see more Jew- Asian couples than Jew-Blonde pairs. Jews have more in common with Asians than with white Christians. After the initial physical attraction of the Shiksa Goddess wears off, such couples often don’t have much in common (and even less with the Goddess’s family – remember when Woody Allen goes to visit Annie Hall’s family in Minnesota?). In the old days you had to get married if you wanted to get into the Shiksa’s pants but nowadays that’s not necessary – people usually don’t get married until they have known each other and often lived with each other for years first. In the old days, lots of Jew-Shiksa marriages ended in divorce but now they break up long before the wedding let alone the divorce.

    • Replies: @OilcanFloyd
    @Jack D

    Jews have more in common with Asians than with White Christians? How so?

    , @Bardon Kaldian
    @Jack D

    There may be something deeper in this. Charles Murray enterteined an idea I myself have arrived at independently- as a behavioral culture, Judaism has much in common with Confucianism. Of course, cultural codes vary enormously. But, applied to many areas, they are astonishingly close, especially in the case of assimilated rootless cosmopolitans (Jews, east Asians) in the Western world: family piety, work ethic, collectivist mentality, aversion to excesses of individualism, status anxiety, high value on education, high regard of material wealth ...

    Also, self-conscious Jews possess antipathy towards historically Christian element of Western identity, as well as profound spiritual misunderstanding of European Paganism, both north & south.

    On the other hand, highly cultured assimilated Jews are so thoroughly Europeanized that nothing I wrote above applies to them.

  119. As I suspected, Mr. Sailer chooses not to lay out an actual argument, but rather employ snark.
    In effect, he intellectually neuters himself on this topic.

    Against my better judgement, given his perpetual caginess, I will ask him directly: Is this situation criminal doxxing? Why/why not?

    The author of the Daily Stormer posting the name and address of a Jewish real estate agent, as well as photos of her children, on his website, which led to hundreds of threatening calls and anti-Semitic messages to her and her family.

  120. @Ron Unz
    @JimDandy


    Hey, did a Capitol cop actually die because he was hit in the head with a fire extinguisher? I know one died the day (or so) after the 6th, and I know a fire extinguisher was thrown, but is it a closed case that that fire extinguisher killed that cop?
     
    That's exactly what I've begun wondering. Given that zero details of the incident have come out, I'm getting pretty suspicious.

    I wouldn't be surprised if that cop had died from a heart-attack or something, and his death was then conflated with the video of the thrown fire-extinguisher. I'm pretty sure that I read in the NYT that the fire-extinguisher video had nothing to do with the cop's death, and I'm skeptical that there were two entirely separate fire-extinguisher incidents.

    Replies: @JimDandy, @Ron Unz, @Corvinus

    “Given that zero details of the incident have come out, I’m getting pretty suspicious.”

    To the contrary…

    https://abc7ny.com/robert-sanford-firefighter-at-capitol-riot-arrest-fire-extinguisher-thrown/9656097/

    https://www.wsj.com/livecoverage/trump-impeachment-house-biden/card/jjabJi3k3h0KAkxYDoWY

    “I’m skeptical that there were two entirely separate fire-extinguisher incidents.”

    Be skeptical all you want, but it appears that there were two entirely different events, each one involving a fire extinguisher attack.

  121. @Bubba
    @JimDandy

    Don't know if this is what you are referring to...

    https://redpilled.ca/redpilled-media-exclusive-us-capitol-special-agent-david-bailey-who-murdered-ashli-babbitt-is-a-brazilian-immigrant-and-black-lives-matter-militant-he-repeatedly-threatened-to-kill-trump-su/

    Replies: @JimDandy

    Yes, I think that’s what I saw. Thanks.

  122. @Jack D
    @Charles St. Charles

    Jews lusting after the Shiksa Goddess is an outdated stereotype. Philip Roth is literally dead of old age. Nowadays I think I see more Jew- Asian couples than Jew-Blonde pairs. Jews have more in common with Asians than with white Christians. After the initial physical attraction of the Shiksa Goddess wears off, such couples often don't have much in common (and even less with the Goddess's family - remember when Woody Allen goes to visit Annie Hall's family in Minnesota?). In the old days you had to get married if you wanted to get into the Shiksa's pants but nowadays that's not necessary - people usually don't get married until they have known each other and often lived with each other for years first. In the old days, lots of Jew-Shiksa marriages ended in divorce but now they break up long before the wedding let alone the divorce.

    Replies: @OilcanFloyd, @Bardon Kaldian

    Jews have more in common with Asians than with White Christians? How so?

  123. @silviosilver
    @Ben Kurtz


    This organization is worse than useless to Jew and Gentile alike these days.
     
    Oh how I long for those blessed good old days, when the ADL used to be useful to Gentiles too.

    Replies: @Ben Kurtz

    Oh how I long for those blessed good old days, when the ADL used to be useful to Gentiles too.

    Useful to Jews and benignly useless to Gentiles is about as much as anyone could hope for — and I don’t much mind that. The NAACP ought to be useful to blacks and benignly useless to whites. The Ukrainian-American social club of lower Manhattan ought to be useful to Ukrainian-Americans and benignly useless to Poles.

    Setting aside all those other organizations, the ADL has become activity harmful to all Americans, Jews included, and needs to be shut down.

    • Thanks: Orville H. Larson
  124. @Anon
    @Ron Unz

    Ron,
    This may be off-topic, but what do you think of Biden's push to increase the minimum wage in the US to 15 dollars?

    I understand that you are generally supportive of an increase in the minimum wage, but do you think that a blanket rise to 15 dollars is good for the country?
    Also, what do you make of the economic impact of CA's minimum wage?

    Replies: @Ron Unz

    This may be off-topic, but what do you think of Biden’s push to increase the minimum wage in the US to 15 dollars?

    I understand that you are generally supportive of an increase in the minimum wage, but do you think that a blanket rise to 15 dollars is good for the country?
    Also, what do you make of the economic impact of CA’s minimum wage?

    Well, it seems to have worked out fine in California, since we’re a very high-cost state. Maybe it should have been a little lower in the Central Valley, but I don’t see any huge problems.

    However, on the national level $15 is probably too high, given all the states with very low cost/wage levels. So I’d think maybe $13 would be better.

    Anyway I tend to doubt that it will get through Congress. The Republicans will just block it, or maybe whittle it down to $13 or so.

    But I think the country has so many *gigantic* problems right now, that debating a $15 MW is like debating the size of a tip after the Titanic had already struck the iceberg…

    • Replies: @Bumpkin
    @Ron Unz


    But I think the country has so many *gigantic* problems right now, that debating a $15 MW is like debating the size of a tip after the Titanic had already struck the iceberg
     
    You keep saying this and I'm sure it plays well with all the pessimists and radicals who congregate here, but what precisely do you believe those problems to be? Maybe you should lay them all out in one of your long columns, but I don't consider any of the top 20 countries in GDP per capita to have that many giant problems, other than perhaps the oil eventually running out or losing value in the polities that are only well-off because of that.

    The US is one of the most dynamic economies in the world and has one of the freest and most independent cultures. Long-festering problems have been allowed to get way too large, such as a bloated military, way too much government spending and debt at all levels, and an arrogant private and public bureaucracy that is about to get humbled by the rest of the world, but the US economy and culture still looms disproportionately large over the world.

    Of course, that won't last if the problems aren't fixed and get worse, so if nobody else is addressing them, perhaps you should.
    , @Anonymous
    @Ron Unz


    Well, it seems to have worked out fine in California, since we’re a very high-cost state. Maybe it should have been a little lower in the Central Valley, but I don’t see any huge problems.
     
    Would you support limiting immigration in order to raise wages?

    After all, what does the need for a government-mandated wage minimum signify but that there is a surplus of labor?
    , @JohnnyWalker123
    @Ron Unz

    The Democrats will have to kill the filibuster if they want to get any legislation passed.

  125. @dvorak
    Peloton outfit, check.
    Problem glasses, check.
    Pulling up Nick Fuentes' dreamy picture again, check.

    Replies: @anon

    Lol!

  126. @anon
    @Bardon Kaldian

    ADL did have a real purpose in the beginning & some time after.

    Perhaps you could expound on that purpose?

    Be sure to include something about 13 year old Mary Phagen.

    Replies: @Bardon Kaldian

    I’ve long since come to the conclusion that Frank didn’t kill the girl.

    • Replies: @anon
    @Bardon Kaldian

    I’ve long since come to the conclusion that Frank didn’t kill the girl.

    We'll just have to disagree on that little detail.

    Could you expound on that purpose of the ADL anyway? Where does the spying, bribing of police and enemies list-making of the 1980's and 90's fit into your narrative?

  127. @Charles St. Charles
    @songbird


    I presume it is a stock photo. She looks too Aryan.
     
    It’s not a mistake; it’s what they are all dreaming of, once the White man is completely emasculated - a Shiksa Goddess.

    https://youtu.be/vwUSNvv-cPU

    Replies: @Jack D, @anon

    stock photo grl: shik-sie or mot-y?

  128. @Catdog
    @John Milton's Ghost

    The left calls exposure of their hypocrisy "whataboutism" now.

    Replies: @Expletive Deleted

    It’s been used as a deflection technique by communists since at least the ’40s.
    Trust the Irish to give a name to what amounts to almost the entirety of political discourse on their island since time immemorial. And shows no sign of abating.

    “Whataboutery”
    https://wordhistories.net/2018/12/24/whataboutery-origin/

    As you might guess, the word had to be coined to describe the amoral shenanigans of vicious revolutionary marxists, and characterised the blustering defence of atrocities of the (neo) IRA. Tactics quickly adopted by their slower, dimmer Loyalist adversaries.

  129. @Jay2130
    @JimDandy

    I wouldn't deny she is an attractive woman. The question is what does putting a picture of a cute woman hinting at cleavage have to do with the story???

    The obvious answers is the ADL is using light pornography to get clicks on a story that they know defies reason. When you are openly pushing lies, you need your audience lulled and numbed so that they will be less objective about the nonsense being pushed.

    Replies: @Expletive Deleted

    using light pornography to get clicks on a story that they know defies reason

    Aha. The age-old 4chan tradition. Well done ADL, catching up I see.

    The woman though, i.m.o. is about as erotically interesting as a pack of sliced processed cheese.
    Cold, pallid, squidgy, squarish and clammy. But I’m a White guy’s White guy, so presumably not their core market.

  130. @Ron Unz
    @Anon


    This may be off-topic, but what do you think of Biden’s push to increase the minimum wage in the US to 15 dollars?

    I understand that you are generally supportive of an increase in the minimum wage, but do you think that a blanket rise to 15 dollars is good for the country?
    Also, what do you make of the economic impact of CA’s minimum wage?
     
    Well, it seems to have worked out fine in California, since we're a very high-cost state. Maybe it should have been a little lower in the Central Valley, but I don't see any huge problems.

    However, on the national level $15 is probably too high, given all the states with very low cost/wage levels. So I'd think maybe $13 would be better.

    Anyway I tend to doubt that it will get through Congress. The Republicans will just block it, or maybe whittle it down to $13 or so.

    But I think the country has so many *gigantic* problems right now, that debating a $15 MW is like debating the size of a tip after the Titanic had already struck the iceberg...

    Replies: @Bumpkin, @Anonymous, @JohnnyWalker123

    But I think the country has so many *gigantic* problems right now, that debating a $15 MW is like debating the size of a tip after the Titanic had already struck the iceberg

    You keep saying this and I’m sure it plays well with all the pessimists and radicals who congregate here, but what precisely do you believe those problems to be? Maybe you should lay them all out in one of your long columns, but I don’t consider any of the top 20 countries in GDP per capita to have that many giant problems, other than perhaps the oil eventually running out or losing value in the polities that are only well-off because of that.

    The US is one of the most dynamic economies in the world and has one of the freest and most independent cultures. Long-festering problems have been allowed to get way too large, such as a bloated military, way too much government spending and debt at all levels, and an arrogant private and public bureaucracy that is about to get humbled by the rest of the world, but the US economy and culture still looms disproportionately large over the world.

    Of course, that won’t last if the problems aren’t fixed and get worse, so if nobody else is addressing them, perhaps you should.

  131. @prime noticer
    there is no long term point to having jewish allies. sorry, that's just the situation.

    that's about the same as having women in your military unit. yeah, 1 or 2 of them are not totally useless. the other 20 are there to destroy the operational value of your battalion. it's better to just not have them, which every military in the world figured out 5000 years ago.

    simple math there. a few positive integers added to a lot of negative integers is...a big negative integer.

    Replies: @Expletive Deleted

    it’s better to just not have them, which every military in the world figured out 5000 years ago

    It is fairly common in tribal warfare, though. Which seems to be where it’s all headed.

    Can’t remember off the top of my head which Irish saint recommended keeping women off the battlefield for moral reasons, and had laws enacted to this end.
    He’d seen the usual whole mob turn out for each clan, and been horrified to witness a woman being extracted from the ranks by the simple dodge of impaling her through the breasts with a reaping-hook.

  132. @Jack D
    @Charles St. Charles

    Jews lusting after the Shiksa Goddess is an outdated stereotype. Philip Roth is literally dead of old age. Nowadays I think I see more Jew- Asian couples than Jew-Blonde pairs. Jews have more in common with Asians than with white Christians. After the initial physical attraction of the Shiksa Goddess wears off, such couples often don't have much in common (and even less with the Goddess's family - remember when Woody Allen goes to visit Annie Hall's family in Minnesota?). In the old days you had to get married if you wanted to get into the Shiksa's pants but nowadays that's not necessary - people usually don't get married until they have known each other and often lived with each other for years first. In the old days, lots of Jew-Shiksa marriages ended in divorce but now they break up long before the wedding let alone the divorce.

    Replies: @OilcanFloyd, @Bardon Kaldian

    There may be something deeper in this. Charles Murray enterteined an idea I myself have arrived at independently- as a behavioral culture, Judaism has much in common with Confucianism. Of course, cultural codes vary enormously. But, applied to many areas, they are astonishingly close, especially in the case of assimilated rootless cosmopolitans (Jews, east Asians) in the Western world: family piety, work ethic, collectivist mentality, aversion to excesses of individualism, status anxiety, high value on education, high regard of material wealth …

    Also, self-conscious Jews possess antipathy towards historically Christian element of Western identity, as well as profound spiritual misunderstanding of European Paganism, both north & south.

    On the other hand, highly cultured assimilated Jews are so thoroughly Europeanized that nothing I wrote above applies to them.

  133. @Dan Hayes
    Is the ADL brain dead with the logical inconsistency of their statement or just certain that they are impervious to harm and can literally get away with anything? Just askin’.

    Replies: @John Milton's Ghost, @Charles St. Charles, @Richard B

    Is the ADL brain dead with the logical inconsistency of their statement or just certain that they are impervious to harm and can literally get away with anything?

    The question answers itself.

  134. One from the Wayback (1993): ADL Spying Exposed Nationally – http://www.libertylobby.org/articles/1993/19930426roy_bullock.html

  135. @Ripple Earthdevil
    @International Jew

    Care to elaborate?

    Replies: @International Jew

    Emeryville is the free-market appendage of Communist Berkeley.

  136. Anonymous[332] • Disclaimer says:
    @Ron Unz
    @Anon


    This may be off-topic, but what do you think of Biden’s push to increase the minimum wage in the US to 15 dollars?

    I understand that you are generally supportive of an increase in the minimum wage, but do you think that a blanket rise to 15 dollars is good for the country?
    Also, what do you make of the economic impact of CA’s minimum wage?
     
    Well, it seems to have worked out fine in California, since we're a very high-cost state. Maybe it should have been a little lower in the Central Valley, but I don't see any huge problems.

    However, on the national level $15 is probably too high, given all the states with very low cost/wage levels. So I'd think maybe $13 would be better.

    Anyway I tend to doubt that it will get through Congress. The Republicans will just block it, or maybe whittle it down to $13 or so.

    But I think the country has so many *gigantic* problems right now, that debating a $15 MW is like debating the size of a tip after the Titanic had already struck the iceberg...

    Replies: @Bumpkin, @Anonymous, @JohnnyWalker123

    Well, it seems to have worked out fine in California, since we’re a very high-cost state. Maybe it should have been a little lower in the Central Valley, but I don’t see any huge problems.

    Would you support limiting immigration in order to raise wages?

    After all, what does the need for a government-mandated wage minimum signify but that there is a surplus of labor?

  137. @Ron Unz
    @Anon


    This may be off-topic, but what do you think of Biden’s push to increase the minimum wage in the US to 15 dollars?

    I understand that you are generally supportive of an increase in the minimum wage, but do you think that a blanket rise to 15 dollars is good for the country?
    Also, what do you make of the economic impact of CA’s minimum wage?
     
    Well, it seems to have worked out fine in California, since we're a very high-cost state. Maybe it should have been a little lower in the Central Valley, but I don't see any huge problems.

    However, on the national level $15 is probably too high, given all the states with very low cost/wage levels. So I'd think maybe $13 would be better.

    Anyway I tend to doubt that it will get through Congress. The Republicans will just block it, or maybe whittle it down to $13 or so.

    But I think the country has so many *gigantic* problems right now, that debating a $15 MW is like debating the size of a tip after the Titanic had already struck the iceberg...

    Replies: @Bumpkin, @Anonymous, @JohnnyWalker123

    The Democrats will have to kill the filibuster if they want to get any legislation passed.

  138. anon[334] • Disclaimer says:
    @Bardon Kaldian
    @anon

    I've long since come to the conclusion that Frank didn't kill the girl.

    Replies: @anon

    I’ve long since come to the conclusion that Frank didn’t kill the girl.

    We’ll just have to disagree on that little detail.

    Could you expound on that purpose of the ADL anyway? Where does the spying, bribing of police and enemies list-making of the 1980’s and 90’s fit into your narrative?

  139. @Anon7
    @Ripple Earthdevil

    Today my wife and I went to a midwestern Bed Bath and Beyond (a big box dry goods store) to buy stuff.

    Every single large image in the store was of a person of color.

    Every single person in the store was white.

    Corporate messaging is woke messaging is government messaging. One billion Americans through mass immigration is the plan. Everything is for them now. Get used to it, get over it.

    Replies: @Mr. Anon, @Jack D, @Prof. Woland, @ScarletNumber

    Bed Bath and Beyond (a big box dry goods store)

    BBBY is a $3 billion company with over 1400 locations, but thanks for explaining what it is. Next do Sears.

    • Replies: @Anon7
    @ScarletNumber

    BBB doesn't have 1400 locations in the US, and there are western states with only one or two stores. Next time, do some research; you'd be surprised how little you know.

    Replies: @ScarletNumber, @Dissident

  140. @Blue Collar Mike
    I can't always tell when this kind of blatant hypocrisy from the left is some sort of a flex or just the complete lack of self awareness. This one seems like both. Maybe it's always both.

    Replies: @ScarletNumber

    Oh, the left knows it is being hypocritical. It is a pure flex to see who has the balls to call them out.

  141. Anon[107] • Disclaimer says:
    @Jonathan Mason
    @Steve Sailer

    Hospitals, emergency rooms, and mental hospitals stopped restraining people face down, because they were sufficient evidence that this practice caused a number of deaths by respiratory arrest.

    They have also been a number of cases where large numbers of soccer fans have been killed by being crushed in a crowd.

    These are some of the reasons why uncontrolled rioting is inherently dangerous to human life.

    The fact that many of the Capitol rioters were probably not aware of these facts is irrelevant. If they knew that they had been told by a authorized police officer not to enter the Capitol, then they are guilty of whatever they are charged with and do not have a leg to stand on..

    Replies: @Hibernian, @Cool Daddy Jimbo, @Anon

    Hospitals, emergency rooms, and mental hospitals stopped restraining people face down, because they were sufficient evidence that this practice caused a number of deaths by respiratory arrest.

    This is what killed Eric “Loosies” Garner. Here is a New York Times editorial board editorial:

    As early as 1995, a Department of Justice bulletin on “positional asphyxia” quoted the New York Police Department’s guidelines on preventing deaths in custody. “As soon as the subject is handcuffed, get him off his stomach. Turn him on his side or place him in a seated position.”

    As Michael Baden, a former chief medical examiner of New York City, told The Times: “Obese people especially, lying face down, prone, are unable to breathe when enough pressure is put on their back. The pressure prevents the diaphragm from going up and down, and he can’t inhale and exhale.”

    Which is exactly what Mr. Garner was trying to tell the officers who were on top of him.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2014/12/05/opinion/eric-garner-daniel-pantaleo-and-lethal-police-tactics.html

    If you watch the video, the “choke hold” was not a choke hold. It was an uncompressed strangle hold position used momentarily to pull him off balance to the ground. At that point he was fine, and then they cuffed him on his stomach and left him there.

  142. @ScarletNumber
    @Anon7


    Bed Bath and Beyond (a big box dry goods store)
     
    BBBY is a $3 billion company with over 1400 locations, but thanks for explaining what it is. Next do Sears.

    Replies: @Anon7

    BBB doesn’t have 1400 locations in the US, and there are western states with only one or two stores. Next time, do some research; you’d be surprised how little you know.

    • Agree: Dissident
    • Replies: @ScarletNumber
    @Anon7

    I did do research. That's how I knew it was a $3 billion company with over 1400 locations. It was still foolish of you to tell us they sold dry goods. Is your next post going to tell us that Red Lobster sells seafood?

    Replies: @Anon7

    , @Dissident
    @Anon7

    A qualification and explanation of the "Agree" that I had previously registered with this reply of Anon7 to the snipe that had been taken at him by ScarletNumber:

    I was responding, specifically, to what appeared to me to be ScarletNumber's completely gratuitous, unprovoked, utterly petty display of hostility toward Anon7.

    Witnessing such anti-social aggression generally elicits a response in me that is decidedly unfavorable toward the offending party, and sympathetic toward the targeted party. It might be noted that I recognize neither of the involved parties in this case as individuals whose commenting histories I am familiar with, and therefore was aware of no reason that would have made me partial toward either.

    Could not ScarletNumber, if he really felt it necessary to correct Anon7, have done so without the nastiness?

    As for the specific, factual claims made by either of the conflicting parties here, I lack the requisite knowledge to either confirm or deny them, and they are simply not my concern here.

    Replies: @Dissident, @Anon7

  143. @Anon7
    @ScarletNumber

    BBB doesn't have 1400 locations in the US, and there are western states with only one or two stores. Next time, do some research; you'd be surprised how little you know.

    Replies: @ScarletNumber, @Dissident

    I did do research. That’s how I knew it was a $3 billion company with over 1400 locations. It was still foolish of you to tell us they sold dry goods. Is your next post going to tell us that Red Lobster sells seafood?

    • Replies: @Anon7
    @ScarletNumber

    No, but I would point out that Red Lobster also sells a lot of pasta, salad and dessert. If you did your research, as you claim, I wouldn't need to point out the deficiencies in your posts.

    Here's some breaking news for you:


    Red Lobster is for more than just the “seafood lover in you.”

    In what the company bills as its “most comprehensive menu transformation in brand history,” Red Lobster’s new menu includes salads, pasta, chicken and pork. (NY Strip Steaks were already part of the menu.) With the new additions, nearly 25 percent of the restaurant chain’s menu is non-seafood options, up from just 8 percent in the previous menu.
     
    Always happy to help.

    Replies: @ScarletNumber

  144. @ScarletNumber
    @Anon7

    I did do research. That's how I knew it was a $3 billion company with over 1400 locations. It was still foolish of you to tell us they sold dry goods. Is your next post going to tell us that Red Lobster sells seafood?

    Replies: @Anon7

    No, but I would point out that Red Lobster also sells a lot of pasta, salad and dessert. If you did your research, as you claim, I wouldn’t need to point out the deficiencies in your posts.

    Here’s some breaking news for you:

    Red Lobster is for more than just the “seafood lover in you.”

    In what the company bills as its “most comprehensive menu transformation in brand history,” Red Lobster’s new menu includes salads, pasta, chicken and pork. (NY Strip Steaks were already part of the menu.) With the new additions, nearly 25 percent of the restaurant chain’s menu is non-seafood options, up from just 8 percent in the previous menu.

    Always happy to help.

    • Replies: @ScarletNumber
    @Anon7

    Anyone who goes to Red Lobster for salad, pasta, and dessert is merely accompanying someone who is getting seafood. It isn't their raison d'etre.


    Always happy to help.
     
    The first time you do so, I will let you know.
  145. @Anon7
    @ScarletNumber

    No, but I would point out that Red Lobster also sells a lot of pasta, salad and dessert. If you did your research, as you claim, I wouldn't need to point out the deficiencies in your posts.

    Here's some breaking news for you:


    Red Lobster is for more than just the “seafood lover in you.”

    In what the company bills as its “most comprehensive menu transformation in brand history,” Red Lobster’s new menu includes salads, pasta, chicken and pork. (NY Strip Steaks were already part of the menu.) With the new additions, nearly 25 percent of the restaurant chain’s menu is non-seafood options, up from just 8 percent in the previous menu.
     
    Always happy to help.

    Replies: @ScarletNumber

    Anyone who goes to Red Lobster for salad, pasta, and dessert is merely accompanying someone who is getting seafood. It isn’t their raison d’etre.

    Always happy to help.

    The first time you do so, I will let you know.

  146. @Anon7
    @ScarletNumber

    BBB doesn't have 1400 locations in the US, and there are western states with only one or two stores. Next time, do some research; you'd be surprised how little you know.

    Replies: @ScarletNumber, @Dissident

    A qualification and explanation of the “Agree” that I had previously registered with this reply of Anon7 to the snipe that had been taken at him by ScarletNumber:

    I was responding, specifically, to what appeared to me to be ScarletNumber‘s completely gratuitous, unprovoked, utterly petty display of hostility toward Anon7.

    Witnessing such anti-social aggression generally elicits a response in me that is decidedly unfavorable toward the offending party, and sympathetic toward the targeted party. It might be noted that I recognize neither of the involved parties in this case as individuals whose commenting histories I am familiar with, and therefore was aware of no reason that would have made me partial toward either.

    Could not ScarletNumber, if he really felt it necessary to correct Anon7, have done so without the nastiness?

    As for the specific, factual claims made by either of the conflicting parties here, I lack the requisite knowledge to either confirm or deny them, and they are simply not my concern here.

    • Replies: @Dissident
    @Dissident

    "awaiting moderation" for 1.8 days now. Presumably, this was forgotten.

    , @Anon7
    @Dissident

    Thanks. I just added the "big box store" comment about Bed Bath and Beyond as a courtesy to those who just never heard of them; it was an essential element of the point that I was making.

    Regarding the long time to moderate comments, I can't imagine doing that job on a site of this size. I had a website that accepted comments, not even a fraction of the audience that Steve has, and it's an endless task that takes away from the time one might spend writing new articles. I eventually just stopped taking comments.

  147. @Dissident
    @Anon7

    A qualification and explanation of the "Agree" that I had previously registered with this reply of Anon7 to the snipe that had been taken at him by ScarletNumber:

    I was responding, specifically, to what appeared to me to be ScarletNumber's completely gratuitous, unprovoked, utterly petty display of hostility toward Anon7.

    Witnessing such anti-social aggression generally elicits a response in me that is decidedly unfavorable toward the offending party, and sympathetic toward the targeted party. It might be noted that I recognize neither of the involved parties in this case as individuals whose commenting histories I am familiar with, and therefore was aware of no reason that would have made me partial toward either.

    Could not ScarletNumber, if he really felt it necessary to correct Anon7, have done so without the nastiness?

    As for the specific, factual claims made by either of the conflicting parties here, I lack the requisite knowledge to either confirm or deny them, and they are simply not my concern here.

    Replies: @Dissident, @Anon7

    “awaiting moderation” for 1.8 days now. Presumably, this was forgotten.

  148. @Dissident
    @Anon7

    A qualification and explanation of the "Agree" that I had previously registered with this reply of Anon7 to the snipe that had been taken at him by ScarletNumber:

    I was responding, specifically, to what appeared to me to be ScarletNumber's completely gratuitous, unprovoked, utterly petty display of hostility toward Anon7.

    Witnessing such anti-social aggression generally elicits a response in me that is decidedly unfavorable toward the offending party, and sympathetic toward the targeted party. It might be noted that I recognize neither of the involved parties in this case as individuals whose commenting histories I am familiar with, and therefore was aware of no reason that would have made me partial toward either.

    Could not ScarletNumber, if he really felt it necessary to correct Anon7, have done so without the nastiness?

    As for the specific, factual claims made by either of the conflicting parties here, I lack the requisite knowledge to either confirm or deny them, and they are simply not my concern here.

    Replies: @Dissident, @Anon7

    Thanks. I just added the “big box store” comment about Bed Bath and Beyond as a courtesy to those who just never heard of them; it was an essential element of the point that I was making.

    Regarding the long time to moderate comments, I can’t imagine doing that job on a site of this size. I had a website that accepted comments, not even a fraction of the audience that Steve has, and it’s an endless task that takes away from the time one might spend writing new articles. I eventually just stopped taking comments.

    • Agree: Dissident

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