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It would seem like the least we could do for the feminists after ignoring them all summer is to extend reverential capitalization to Women as well as Blacks (but not, of course, to men or whites).

 
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  1. If on Saturday another black male criminal gets shot by a white policeman while violently resisting arrest, what will be the lead headline on Sunday?

    They’re too busy just now. 16 shot at house party in Rochester.

    Interim Police Chief Mark Simmons said during a press conference that around 100 people were at the scene when officers arrived. Despite the likelihood of numerous witnesses, there have not been any arrests at this point. Simmons urged anyone with information to contact the police.

    The journalists doubtless had a good laugh at that one!

  2. the Autumn of Feminism

    The Fall of Feminism has a nice pumpkin spice coziness to it.

    • Agree: Richard B, Daniel Chieh
    • Replies: @El Dato
    @Jenner Ickham Errican

    The spice must flow!

  3. This is really insightful, Steve. Because Progressive movements these days are always described as life or death events, they suck up an immense amount of public and media attention, which makes it hard for more than one to exist at a time. But then, because of the shorter and shorter public attention span, they are replaced after a few months. As I can recall, within the past 12 months we’ve had:

    1. Greta Thunberg’s Children’s Crusade
    2. MeToo
    3. BLM, this time in its defund the police manifestation

    So probably is about time for Fight for RBG’s Legacy, or something similar. I can see it now. At the protests, everyone will wear lace jabots, like the late Justice Ginsburg.

    • Replies: @Almost Missouri
    @NJ Transit Commuter

    Agree, RBG-Forevuh! is probably what The Establishment will want to follow the Summer of Floyd with, but can they just turn off BLM at their convenience? Antifa has proven to respond to the string pulling of invisible puppet masters, but BLM, which is mostly just the inchoate narcissism and megalomania of American blacks, is more akin to a force a nature, now turbocharged to epic hubris by the Lying Press. Even if the press wanted to go back and admit they'd been feeding everyone a bunch of lies about black oppression (which they don't because as it is true, it would forfeit their remaining legitimacy forever), what are the chances that joyously rioting blacks would accept this?

    Prosaically, colder weather is the only thing likely to put a damper on BLM excesses. It takes a force of nature to overcome a force of nature. And as anyone who still remembers HBD will recall, blacks are even more cold averse than other Americans.

    , @El Dato
    @NJ Transit Commuter

    Greta is back to school:

    Greta Thunberg back in school after taking 1-yr sabbatical to crusade against climate change

    There was only a short item where Kamala was not disinclined to get the video of Trump press-ganging Greta in the UN building's mazelike corridors:

    Kamala Harris, ‘pranked’ by Russian comedians posing as Greta Thunberg, ‘accepts’ hoax kompromat on Trump

  4. And now iSteve has joined the rest of the media in reporting reality ass-backwards.

    “… ignoring (women) all summer …”

    We’ve been ignoring the black women because they are so quiet, beautiful, and feminine, etc..

    This will make it easier on the reader since he will no longer have to translate and can standardize on ass-backward reality reportage.

  5. Since the Jew thing outranks everything else, Ginsburg will be the #1 topic and cause célèbre.

    This dovetails nicely with Sailer’s thesis that when BLACKS! bump up against Jews, as apparently they always eventually do, da joos shut down the blacks.

    Ruth wins, God rest her soul.

    Stock up on necessities, people, and get ready for a shit storm after the “election.”

    • Disagree: IHTG
    • Replies: @Franz
    @Buzz Mohawk


    Ruth wins, God rest her soul.
     
    Especially here's hoping somebody notes what a liar Ruth was.

    When she first got appointed, she ran around saying that after law school, no firm would hire a "woman lawyer." From all points a bunch of firms and female lawyers from that era called her out on it. Quite a few places were specifically looking for women. And her contemporaries in the law biz said they had lots of opportunities... especially in government service.

    But it's okay to lie if you're a privileged minority. Rest in hell, Ruthie.

    Replies: @Buzz Mohawk

  6. RBG is in heaven with George Floyd and Emmet Till.

    • LOL: Buck Ransom
    • Replies: @Jake
    @Father O'Hara

    No, RBG is now with Leo Frank

    , @anon
    @Father O'Hara

    RBG is in heaven with George Floyd and Emmet Till.

    Somewhere in Mexico there still must be art factories capable of producing paintings on black velvet. Maybe in paint that glows under black light!

    The three of them resting on a cloud? All three of them playing poker? All three of them rising up from behind a hill? The three of them in a lowrider?

    Market possibilities here!

    , @SunBakedSuburb
    @Father O'Hara

    "Emmet Till"

  7. @Buzz Mohawk
    Since the Jew thing outranks everything else, Ginsburg will be the #1 topic and cause célèbre.

    This dovetails nicely with Sailer's thesis that when BLACKS! bump up against Jews, as apparently they always eventually do, da joos shut down the blacks.

    Ruth wins, God rest her soul.

    Stock up on necessities, people, and get ready for a shit storm after the "election."

    Replies: @Franz

    Ruth wins, God rest her soul.

    Especially here’s hoping somebody notes what a liar Ruth was.

    When she first got appointed, she ran around saying that after law school, no firm would hire a “woman lawyer.” From all points a bunch of firms and female lawyers from that era called her out on it. Quite a few places were specifically looking for women. And her contemporaries in the law biz said they had lots of opportunities… especially in government service.

    But it’s okay to lie if you’re a privileged minority. Rest in hell, Ruthie.

    • Agree: Richard B
    • Replies: @Buzz Mohawk
    @Franz

    You can bet that many members of our public will be led to subconsciously sense that Ginsburg was the first female Supreme Court Justice.

    Sandra Day O'Connor was the first, and she was nominated by Ronald Reagan. How long and extravagant were the memorials for O'Connor? I don't even remember them.

    All this attention is because of two things: 1) Jew, and 2) Left wing liberal who legislated from the bench.

    Her speech about Judah P. Benjamin, which Steve referenced earlier here, is enough by itself to demonstrate that she identified with a carpetbagger who had no loyalty to any nation or community. She never served Americans, but instead served her own, arrogant ideas, sometimes right, sometimes wrong.

    Replies: @njguy73, @Travis, @TontoBubbaGoldstein, @Gordo, @AndrewR, @Diversity Heretic, @AnotherDad, @Charlotte, @Anonymous

  8. Nope. Whiskey’s right: a big part of White feminism is a masochistic longing to submit to a virile barbarian and punish their own men for failing to dominate them adequately. Subordinating their interests to a confident, assertive Other is a feature, not a bug.

    • Replies: @Alden
    @Contaminated NEET

    Contaminated NEET, whiskey el dato wild geese Howard need to get off their black man White woman porn sites. Supposedly black man White woman porn is the most popular porn for White men. Supposedly it’s the black men, not the White women who are the attraction for White men.

    In my entire long life I’ve only known one White black marriage. And that was a White man black woman . Whiskey claims he lives in Orange county Ca , which has a small black population. But the only couples he sees are black man White woman couples.

    It’s my belief that Whiskey and the above mentioned men either live in the poorest counties of the poorest states like Mississippi and Alabama or stay home glued to their black man White woman porn sites all day long. All the talk about White women wanting to be dominated by black trash men indicates a desire of Whiskey el dato contaminated NEET wild geese Howard to be dominated by the black men on the porn sites.

    The most common mixed race marriages and relationships in America are Asian women White men. Miscegenation is miscegenation, whether for a green card and family immigration or a welfare check.

    Enjoy your black men porn sites jack offs. But why post about them in UNZ?

    Replies: @Jesse

    , @MBlanc46
    @Contaminated NEET

    C NEET, there is something to that, but some 20th, 21st century white women are just so nasty and contrarian that no mortal man is alpha enough to subdue them.

    , @MBlanc46
    @Contaminated NEET

    C NEET, there is something to that, but some 20th, 21st century white women are just so nasty and contrarian that no mortal man is alpha enough to subdue them.

  9. I thought I must have inadvertantly found the Guardian US edition this morning, the top 6 stories on Ginsberg, all with a dark border round them. I never rated his poems anyway.

    In middle-class Bongland it’s customary to sneer at the US, yet we get all their worst politics over here, usually imported by the academic/legal complex.

    NYC is off to a flying start in this weekend’s stakes btw

    https://www.standard.co.uk/news/world/rochester-mass-shooting-new-york-a4551201.html

    Two people have died and 14 others were injured following a shooting at a backyard party in New York, police said.

    Witnesses reported hearing gunfire in the early hours of Saturday morning in Rochester.

    Interim Police Chief Mark Simmons told reporters a man and woman had died, both between the ages of 18 and 22.

    As many as 100 people were at the gathering when the shooting started just before 12.30am, said Mr Simmons.

    Lovely Warren, Mayor of Rochester, called for people to remain calm and exercise “deep restraint” as police carry out their investigation.

    “Our Pathways to Peace Team is on the ground and working with the victims and their families,” said Mayor Warren.

    Lovely Warren, London Breed – your mayors do have some impressive names. Alas she doesn’t quite live up to it, she appears to be supersizing the Notorious RBG look.

    • Replies: @Supply and Demand
    @YetAnotherAnon

    Wait until you see the names first millennial white female politicians raised by single mothers. I thought the Democrat woman running for sheriff in my hometown was a black man. Turns out “Jaxxon’ is both “‘’white’’’ and unisex. She’s 30. She won the special election last week.

    , @The Wild Geese Howard
    @YetAnotherAnon


    NYC is off to a flying start in this weekend’s stakes btw
     
    This actually went down in Western NY state.
    , @Anon
    @YetAnotherAnon

    Husband asks whether our Lovely is a she or a trans?

  10. @NJ Transit Commuter
    This is really insightful, Steve. Because Progressive movements these days are always described as life or death events, they suck up an immense amount of public and media attention, which makes it hard for more than one to exist at a time. But then, because of the shorter and shorter public attention span, they are replaced after a few months. As I can recall, within the past 12 months we’ve had:

    1. Greta Thunberg’s Children’s Crusade
    2. MeToo
    3. BLM, this time in its defund the police manifestation

    So probably is about time for Fight for RBG’s Legacy, or something similar. I can see it now. At the protests, everyone will wear lace jabots, like the late Justice Ginsburg.

    Replies: @Almost Missouri, @El Dato

    Agree, RBG-Forevuh! is probably what The Establishment will want to follow the Summer of Floyd with, but can they just turn off BLM at their convenience? Antifa has proven to respond to the string pulling of invisible puppet masters, but BLM, which is mostly just the inchoate narcissism and megalomania of American blacks, is more akin to a force a nature, now turbocharged to epic hubris by the Lying Press. Even if the press wanted to go back and admit they’d been feeding everyone a bunch of lies about black oppression (which they don’t because as it is true, it would forfeit their remaining legitimacy forever), what are the chances that joyously rioting blacks would accept this?

    Prosaically, colder weather is the only thing likely to put a damper on BLM excesses. It takes a force of nature to overcome a force of nature. And as anyone who still remembers HBD will recall, blacks are even more cold averse than other Americans.

  11. @Franz
    @Buzz Mohawk


    Ruth wins, God rest her soul.
     
    Especially here's hoping somebody notes what a liar Ruth was.

    When she first got appointed, she ran around saying that after law school, no firm would hire a "woman lawyer." From all points a bunch of firms and female lawyers from that era called her out on it. Quite a few places were specifically looking for women. And her contemporaries in the law biz said they had lots of opportunities... especially in government service.

    But it's okay to lie if you're a privileged minority. Rest in hell, Ruthie.

    Replies: @Buzz Mohawk

    You can bet that many members of our public will be led to subconsciously sense that Ginsburg was the first female Supreme Court Justice.

    Sandra Day O’Connor was the first, and she was nominated by Ronald Reagan. How long and extravagant were the memorials for O’Connor? I don’t even remember them.

    All this attention is because of two things: 1) Jew, and 2) Left wing liberal who legislated from the bench.

    Her speech about Judah P. Benjamin, which Steve referenced earlier here, is enough by itself to demonstrate that she identified with a carpetbagger who had no loyalty to any nation or community. She never served Americans, but instead served her own, arrogant ideas, sometimes right, sometimes wrong.

    • Replies: @njguy73
    @Buzz Mohawk

    No one remembers the memorials for O'Connor, for an excellent reason:

    They didn't happen yet. As of this post she's still alive at 90.

    , @Travis
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Sandra Day O'Connor is still alive at age 90.
    She retired when she was 75 years old back in 2005.

    , @TontoBubbaGoldstein
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Sandra Day O’Connor is still alive.

    , @Gordo
    @Buzz Mohawk


    Sandra Day O’Connor was the first, and she was nominated by Ronald Reagan. How long and extravagant were the memorials for O’Connor? I don’t even remember them.
     
    Maybe cos she ain't dead?

    She did have the dignity to retire though.

    , @AndrewR
    @Buzz Mohawk

    O'Connor is still alive.

    , @Diversity Heretic
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Sandra Day O'Connor is still alive. She left the court around 2005 because of the illness of her husband. But there won't be many memorials when she does die.

    , @AnotherDad
    @Buzz Mohawk


    Sandra Day O’Connor was the first, and she was nominated by Ronald Reagan. How long and extravagant were the memorials for O’Connor? I don’t even remember them.
     
    Probably, because O'Connor hasn't yet taken the necessary step of dying.

    Replies: @Buzz Mohawk, @Reg Cæsar

    , @Charlotte
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Sandra Day O’Connor is still among the living. She retired from the court to take care of her ailing husband.

    , @Anonymous
    @Buzz Mohawk


    Judah P. Benjamin ... a carpetbagger who had no loyalty to any nation or community

     

    Judah P. Benjamin was no carpetbagger, and seems to have served the Confederacy ably and loyally until the bitter end (and quite possibly beyond).

    Could Benjamin have been part of a Confederate "stay behind" operation including the elimination of Abraham Lincoln? Benjamin's choice of exile in the UK (with annual visits to Paris where his wife chose to reside) over civilian life in the United States seems an unusual choice. Benjamin's rumored homosexuality may also have played a role.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Buzz Mohawk

  12. For all the fun of carping on feminists, if you could actually show some political savvy (hah!) you could turn this to your advantage.

    White women outside the media bubble (including feminists) are deeply worried about the increasing crime. I’m a true crime nerd, and you would not believe the rage they feel when they see vicious offenders get ridiculously lenient punishments. Play the Black desire to abolish prisons against the White desire to, y’know, not get murdered, and you could rip the coalition apart.

    But that involves giving up your bitterness against White women. You’d have to stop the obnoxious “Karen” meme. I mean, I get it: thinking of a group as incorrigible subhumans means you have no need to do hard political work. But the average feminist, outside of the media bubble, is a married White woman raising White children, including sons. (More than most here can say.) Why not work that? Are your mommy issues so intense that you can’t bear to make alliances to achieve something? (In which case, no more whining about Antifa types not working with BadWhites.)

    • Agree: Bardon Kaldian
    • Replies: @anonymous
    @Jesse


    White women outside the media bubble (including feminists) are deeply worried about the increasing crime. I’m a true crime nerd, and you would not believe the rage they feel when they see vicious offenders get ridiculously lenient punishments.
     
    Wow, you must be floating in a very different circle than I am at present. In my upper middle class suburban neighborhood in a flyover state the white women wives have taken the lead in making sure that BLM and "No human being is illegal" signs are in their yards and reading White Fragility in order to, as one told me, "Understand all the racial stuff."
    , @Alden
    @Jesse

    I too have noticed that most of the White women haters don’t seem to be married and have children. There’s a great deal of information the White women haters believe that comes straight from their favorite internet sites instead of real life observation and knowledge of real human beings.

    Black criminals trump White feminists, trannies, environmentalists weirdos and every insane liberal cause right now.

    , @BenKenobi
    @Jesse

    Hello, fellow White person.

    , @YetAnotherAnon
    @Jesse

    "You’d have to stop the obnoxious “Karen” meme."

    That's not "our" meme, or Steve's. It's the enemy's racist slur against white women, usually of a certain age.

    Just because Steve and some commenters use it ironically or in the context of explicating an enemy narrative doesn't mean he or we are true believers.

    "Wine aunt" or "cat lady", on the other hand...

    Replies: @anon

  13. @NJ Transit Commuter
    This is really insightful, Steve. Because Progressive movements these days are always described as life or death events, they suck up an immense amount of public and media attention, which makes it hard for more than one to exist at a time. But then, because of the shorter and shorter public attention span, they are replaced after a few months. As I can recall, within the past 12 months we’ve had:

    1. Greta Thunberg’s Children’s Crusade
    2. MeToo
    3. BLM, this time in its defund the police manifestation

    So probably is about time for Fight for RBG’s Legacy, or something similar. I can see it now. At the protests, everyone will wear lace jabots, like the late Justice Ginsburg.

    Replies: @Almost Missouri, @El Dato

    Greta is back to school:

    Greta Thunberg back in school after taking 1-yr sabbatical to crusade against climate change

    There was only a short item where Kamala was not disinclined to get the video of Trump press-ganging Greta in the UN building’s mazelike corridors:

    Kamala Harris, ‘pranked’ by Russian comedians posing as Greta Thunberg, ‘accepts’ hoax kompromat on Trump

  14. @Jenner Ickham Errican

    the Autumn of Feminism
     
    The Fall of Feminism has a nice pumpkin spice coziness to it.

    Replies: @El Dato

    The spice must flow!

  15. The whole season of unrest is a symptom of the toxic black matriarchy and its demented sister known as the Democrat Party. Many instigators of violence are women because popular culture encourages their outbursts but shields them from the consequences.

  16. anonymous[105] • Disclaimer says:
    @Jesse
    For all the fun of carping on feminists, if you could actually show some political savvy (hah!) you could turn this to your advantage.

    White women outside the media bubble (including feminists) are deeply worried about the increasing crime. I'm a true crime nerd, and you would not believe the rage they feel when they see vicious offenders get ridiculously lenient punishments. Play the Black desire to abolish prisons against the White desire to, y'know, not get murdered, and you could rip the coalition apart.

    But that involves giving up your bitterness against White women. You'd have to stop the obnoxious "Karen" meme. I mean, I get it: thinking of a group as incorrigible subhumans means you have no need to do hard political work. But the average feminist, outside of the media bubble, is a married White woman raising White children, including sons. (More than most here can say.) Why not work that? Are your mommy issues so intense that you can't bear to make alliances to achieve something? (In which case, no more whining about Antifa types not working with BadWhites.)

    Replies: @anonymous, @Alden, @BenKenobi, @YetAnotherAnon

    White women outside the media bubble (including feminists) are deeply worried about the increasing crime. I’m a true crime nerd, and you would not believe the rage they feel when they see vicious offenders get ridiculously lenient punishments.

    Wow, you must be floating in a very different circle than I am at present. In my upper middle class suburban neighborhood in a flyover state the white women wives have taken the lead in making sure that BLM and “No human being is illegal” signs are in their yards and reading White Fragility in order to, as one told me, “Understand all the racial stuff.”

  17. I think it will likely be the autumn of the pandemic.

    Temperatures in the Northeast and Midwest are dropping, and with this, humidity values.

    As a recap, the dry indoor air of fall and winter in cold climates hurts respiratory immunity in two major ways:
    (see “Seasonality of Respiratory Viral Infections” at
    https://www.annualreviews.org/doi/pdf/10.1146/annurev-virology-012420-022445 — especially figures 3 and 4)

    (1) Mucociliary clearance is reduced. That means mucus membranes dry out and cannot carry out foreign bodies including virus particles.

    (2) Dry respiratory membranes in the throat and lungs are easily damaged and slow to be repaired. Think of chapped lips and a raw throat in winter. The whole respiratory system is like that.

    COVID-19 case fatality rates (CFR) plummeted in summer from what they had been in March/April in the Northeast, and are set to rise with the coming fall and winter.

    Remember, Spanish Flu calmed in the summer of 1918 and then soared in October of 1918 in the temperate climate of America and Europe.

    An important part of the solution is therefore to use humidifiers when it is cold out, especially in the bedrooms of convalescing patients, in hospitals and in nursing homes. This can help keep the case fatality rate down to summer levels that are seen when humidity levels are high.

    Contra some conservatives, masks will help, but not in the way most people think. Masks help by keeping the throat and airways humidified.

  18. You forgot an ‘All of the Above’ button.

    Trump should jump on this now, and McConnell might as well force a confirmation before he loses his majority leader position at the end of the year.

  19. @Father O'Hara
    RBG is in heaven with George Floyd and Emmet Till.

    Replies: @Jake, @anon, @SunBakedSuburb

    No, RBG is now with Leo Frank

    • LOL: Alden
  20. One of the few good things that’s come out of current year is that White women = Karen.

    So we may have to suffer black feminists, but no one actually gives a shit what White women think anymore.

    • Agree: Alden
    • Replies: @Alden
    @Johnny Smoggins

    Feminazism a White woman’s invention is now dead. Black women bitching about their hair and glorifying their obesity is far more important than any equal rights anti rape anti child molesting laws the White feminazis managed to pass.

    As usual, Whites did all the work and found that their affirmative action laws mandated the dumbest surliest black woman be hired over the most qualified and competent White woman.

  21. @Buzz Mohawk
    @Franz

    You can bet that many members of our public will be led to subconsciously sense that Ginsburg was the first female Supreme Court Justice.

    Sandra Day O'Connor was the first, and she was nominated by Ronald Reagan. How long and extravagant were the memorials for O'Connor? I don't even remember them.

    All this attention is because of two things: 1) Jew, and 2) Left wing liberal who legislated from the bench.

    Her speech about Judah P. Benjamin, which Steve referenced earlier here, is enough by itself to demonstrate that she identified with a carpetbagger who had no loyalty to any nation or community. She never served Americans, but instead served her own, arrogant ideas, sometimes right, sometimes wrong.

    Replies: @njguy73, @Travis, @TontoBubbaGoldstein, @Gordo, @AndrewR, @Diversity Heretic, @AnotherDad, @Charlotte, @Anonymous

    No one remembers the memorials for O’Connor, for an excellent reason:

    They didn’t happen yet. As of this post she’s still alive at 90.

  22. @Jesse
    For all the fun of carping on feminists, if you could actually show some political savvy (hah!) you could turn this to your advantage.

    White women outside the media bubble (including feminists) are deeply worried about the increasing crime. I'm a true crime nerd, and you would not believe the rage they feel when they see vicious offenders get ridiculously lenient punishments. Play the Black desire to abolish prisons against the White desire to, y'know, not get murdered, and you could rip the coalition apart.

    But that involves giving up your bitterness against White women. You'd have to stop the obnoxious "Karen" meme. I mean, I get it: thinking of a group as incorrigible subhumans means you have no need to do hard political work. But the average feminist, outside of the media bubble, is a married White woman raising White children, including sons. (More than most here can say.) Why not work that? Are your mommy issues so intense that you can't bear to make alliances to achieve something? (In which case, no more whining about Antifa types not working with BadWhites.)

    Replies: @anonymous, @Alden, @BenKenobi, @YetAnotherAnon

    I too have noticed that most of the White women haters don’t seem to be married and have children. There’s a great deal of information the White women haters believe that comes straight from their favorite internet sites instead of real life observation and knowledge of real human beings.

    Black criminals trump White feminists, trannies, environmentalists weirdos and every insane liberal cause right now.

  23. I think it all depends if the feminists at the BLM protests got a little nookie on the side or not. At times those protests did look like a postmodern version of a debutante ball.

  24. Well, she was not always old. And she didn’t look bad …

    • Replies: @Anon
    @Bardon Kaldian

    She was certainly not gifted with Dorian Grey’s mirror then.

  25. @Buzz Mohawk
    @Franz

    You can bet that many members of our public will be led to subconsciously sense that Ginsburg was the first female Supreme Court Justice.

    Sandra Day O'Connor was the first, and she was nominated by Ronald Reagan. How long and extravagant were the memorials for O'Connor? I don't even remember them.

    All this attention is because of two things: 1) Jew, and 2) Left wing liberal who legislated from the bench.

    Her speech about Judah P. Benjamin, which Steve referenced earlier here, is enough by itself to demonstrate that she identified with a carpetbagger who had no loyalty to any nation or community. She never served Americans, but instead served her own, arrogant ideas, sometimes right, sometimes wrong.

    Replies: @njguy73, @Travis, @TontoBubbaGoldstein, @Gordo, @AndrewR, @Diversity Heretic, @AnotherDad, @Charlotte, @Anonymous

    Sandra Day O’Connor is still alive at age 90.
    She retired when she was 75 years old back in 2005.

  26. ANOTHER MASS SHOOTING ! https://news.sky.com/story/rochester-mass-shooting-several-dead-after-gunfire-in-north-new-york-state-12075765

    Oh, Whitey not involved, scratch that. Cancel the riots. back to your dorm room, David Hogg and his ilk. Some black lives don’t matter.

  27. Feminism, the feminist movement, as led by white women-is dead. GenZ guys have even picked up the anti-white female mantle (having seen what WW did to their fathers, grandfathers, uncles) and are treating white women as the privileged class, using them as examples of “white privilege” and “racism”, things WW have done to WM for decades.

    POCs coming after WW was as inevitable as Union officer statues being pulled down or erased from history. It was NEVER about just white men, it was and is about white people. It just took a while to get the momentum to be overt about it. WW are now becoming the targets just like their fathers, and brothers have been for decades. The Karen meme is the mildest form of it

    • Replies: @AceDeuce
    @OscarWildeLoveChild

    White men and women have both been targets for decades. It's been more overt against white men.
    Black women use naive, wealthy white women the same way that black males do. Cash cows, useful idiots, etc, but, rest assured: black men and women hate white women even more than they hate white men.

  28. @Jesse
    For all the fun of carping on feminists, if you could actually show some political savvy (hah!) you could turn this to your advantage.

    White women outside the media bubble (including feminists) are deeply worried about the increasing crime. I'm a true crime nerd, and you would not believe the rage they feel when they see vicious offenders get ridiculously lenient punishments. Play the Black desire to abolish prisons against the White desire to, y'know, not get murdered, and you could rip the coalition apart.

    But that involves giving up your bitterness against White women. You'd have to stop the obnoxious "Karen" meme. I mean, I get it: thinking of a group as incorrigible subhumans means you have no need to do hard political work. But the average feminist, outside of the media bubble, is a married White woman raising White children, including sons. (More than most here can say.) Why not work that? Are your mommy issues so intense that you can't bear to make alliances to achieve something? (In which case, no more whining about Antifa types not working with BadWhites.)

    Replies: @anonymous, @Alden, @BenKenobi, @YetAnotherAnon

    Hello, fellow White person.

  29. Anon[205] • Disclaimer says:

    Do people really ask to touch the hair of black women, or do it without asking? I am really dubious.

    1. You read a lot about not doing it and why do we still have to tell people not to and so on … but it’s extremely hard to find any specific claim that such and such a sort of person asked to touch my hair today at such and such a place. You think that there would be a balance of actual reports of it happening along with the generalized statements that it is prohibited.

    2. Continuing from above, the only reports I ever see involve little girls in nursery school, not adults.

    3. The whole thing has a “noose” feel to it: something that blacks think about and blacks think whites think about, but actually whites don’t care about it. And I don’t think whites are “fascinated” by it, despite such claims.

    4. My lived experience as a white guy: Whenever I do think about the hair of black women, my thoughts are not about touching it. They are:

    — I feel for them, since their hair is so ugly and unattractive (but to each his own, maybe some like it).

    — Is that real or some polyester or slave Chinese wig?

    — When was the last time that hair was washed? What does it smell like?

    — What kind of nasty chemicals were used to get the hair kinda, sorta straight like a white woman, but obviously wire stiff?

    — I’d give up and just shave my head or get a close clipper cut … except that black female faces and heads are not that distince from black male faces and heads, so the hair is about the only above-the-neck sexual dimorphism she’s got going for her (beyond garish makeup), so on second thought, maybe it’s not a good idea. (AI facial recognition sex assignment algorithms have verified this.)

  30. @Buzz Mohawk
    @Franz

    You can bet that many members of our public will be led to subconsciously sense that Ginsburg was the first female Supreme Court Justice.

    Sandra Day O'Connor was the first, and she was nominated by Ronald Reagan. How long and extravagant were the memorials for O'Connor? I don't even remember them.

    All this attention is because of two things: 1) Jew, and 2) Left wing liberal who legislated from the bench.

    Her speech about Judah P. Benjamin, which Steve referenced earlier here, is enough by itself to demonstrate that she identified with a carpetbagger who had no loyalty to any nation or community. She never served Americans, but instead served her own, arrogant ideas, sometimes right, sometimes wrong.

    Replies: @njguy73, @Travis, @TontoBubbaGoldstein, @Gordo, @AndrewR, @Diversity Heretic, @AnotherDad, @Charlotte, @Anonymous

    Sandra Day O’Connor is still alive.

  31. @Buzz Mohawk
    @Franz

    You can bet that many members of our public will be led to subconsciously sense that Ginsburg was the first female Supreme Court Justice.

    Sandra Day O'Connor was the first, and she was nominated by Ronald Reagan. How long and extravagant were the memorials for O'Connor? I don't even remember them.

    All this attention is because of two things: 1) Jew, and 2) Left wing liberal who legislated from the bench.

    Her speech about Judah P. Benjamin, which Steve referenced earlier here, is enough by itself to demonstrate that she identified with a carpetbagger who had no loyalty to any nation or community. She never served Americans, but instead served her own, arrogant ideas, sometimes right, sometimes wrong.

    Replies: @njguy73, @Travis, @TontoBubbaGoldstein, @Gordo, @AndrewR, @Diversity Heretic, @AnotherDad, @Charlotte, @Anonymous

    Sandra Day O’Connor was the first, and she was nominated by Ronald Reagan. How long and extravagant were the memorials for O’Connor? I don’t even remember them.

    Maybe cos she ain’t dead?

    She did have the dignity to retire though.

  32. >feminists get a season
    >and it’s autumn
    >rock-blasted image of Norm MacDonald’s smile visible from Mars

  33. anon[184] • Disclaimer says:
    @Father O'Hara
    RBG is in heaven with George Floyd and Emmet Till.

    Replies: @Jake, @anon, @SunBakedSuburb

    RBG is in heaven with George Floyd and Emmet Till.

    Somewhere in Mexico there still must be art factories capable of producing paintings on black velvet. Maybe in paint that glows under black light!

    The three of them resting on a cloud? All three of them playing poker? All three of them rising up from behind a hill? The three of them in a lowrider?

    Market possibilities here!

  34. @YetAnotherAnon
    I thought I must have inadvertantly found the Guardian US edition this morning, the top 6 stories on Ginsberg, all with a dark border round them. I never rated his poems anyway.

    In middle-class Bongland it's customary to sneer at the US, yet we get all their worst politics over here, usually imported by the academic/legal complex.


    NYC is off to a flying start in this weekend's stakes btw

    https://www.standard.co.uk/news/world/rochester-mass-shooting-new-york-a4551201.html


    Two people have died and 14 others were injured following a shooting at a backyard party in New York, police said.

    Witnesses reported hearing gunfire in the early hours of Saturday morning in Rochester.

    Interim Police Chief Mark Simmons told reporters a man and woman had died, both between the ages of 18 and 22.

    As many as 100 people were at the gathering when the shooting started just before 12.30am, said Mr Simmons.

    Lovely Warren, Mayor of Rochester, called for people to remain calm and exercise "deep restraint" as police carry out their investigation.

    "Our Pathways to Peace Team is on the ground and working with the victims and their families," said Mayor Warren.

     

    Lovely Warren, London Breed - your mayors do have some impressive names. Alas she doesn't quite live up to it, she appears to be supersizing the Notorious RBG look.

    https://www.gannett-cdn.com/presto/2020/09/06/PROC/2b86aeea-ed79-49ec-8db9-0e3ac4e6c0f0-TY_090420_MAYOR_LOVELY_WARREN_TIGHT.jpg

    Replies: @Supply and Demand, @The Wild Geese Howard, @Anon

    Wait until you see the names first millennial white female politicians raised by single mothers. I thought the Democrat woman running for sheriff in my hometown was a black man. Turns out “Jaxxon’ is both “‘’white’’’ and unisex. She’s 30. She won the special election last week.

  35. @YetAnotherAnon
    I thought I must have inadvertantly found the Guardian US edition this morning, the top 6 stories on Ginsberg, all with a dark border round them. I never rated his poems anyway.

    In middle-class Bongland it's customary to sneer at the US, yet we get all their worst politics over here, usually imported by the academic/legal complex.


    NYC is off to a flying start in this weekend's stakes btw

    https://www.standard.co.uk/news/world/rochester-mass-shooting-new-york-a4551201.html


    Two people have died and 14 others were injured following a shooting at a backyard party in New York, police said.

    Witnesses reported hearing gunfire in the early hours of Saturday morning in Rochester.

    Interim Police Chief Mark Simmons told reporters a man and woman had died, both between the ages of 18 and 22.

    As many as 100 people were at the gathering when the shooting started just before 12.30am, said Mr Simmons.

    Lovely Warren, Mayor of Rochester, called for people to remain calm and exercise "deep restraint" as police carry out their investigation.

    "Our Pathways to Peace Team is on the ground and working with the victims and their families," said Mayor Warren.

     

    Lovely Warren, London Breed - your mayors do have some impressive names. Alas she doesn't quite live up to it, she appears to be supersizing the Notorious RBG look.

    https://www.gannett-cdn.com/presto/2020/09/06/PROC/2b86aeea-ed79-49ec-8db9-0e3ac4e6c0f0-TY_090420_MAYOR_LOVELY_WARREN_TIGHT.jpg

    Replies: @Supply and Demand, @The Wild Geese Howard, @Anon

    NYC is off to a flying start in this weekend’s stakes btw

    This actually went down in Western NY state.

  36. @Buzz Mohawk
    @Franz

    You can bet that many members of our public will be led to subconsciously sense that Ginsburg was the first female Supreme Court Justice.

    Sandra Day O'Connor was the first, and she was nominated by Ronald Reagan. How long and extravagant were the memorials for O'Connor? I don't even remember them.

    All this attention is because of two things: 1) Jew, and 2) Left wing liberal who legislated from the bench.

    Her speech about Judah P. Benjamin, which Steve referenced earlier here, is enough by itself to demonstrate that she identified with a carpetbagger who had no loyalty to any nation or community. She never served Americans, but instead served her own, arrogant ideas, sometimes right, sometimes wrong.

    Replies: @njguy73, @Travis, @TontoBubbaGoldstein, @Gordo, @AndrewR, @Diversity Heretic, @AnotherDad, @Charlotte, @Anonymous

    O’Connor is still alive.

  37. @Buzz Mohawk
    @Franz

    You can bet that many members of our public will be led to subconsciously sense that Ginsburg was the first female Supreme Court Justice.

    Sandra Day O'Connor was the first, and she was nominated by Ronald Reagan. How long and extravagant were the memorials for O'Connor? I don't even remember them.

    All this attention is because of two things: 1) Jew, and 2) Left wing liberal who legislated from the bench.

    Her speech about Judah P. Benjamin, which Steve referenced earlier here, is enough by itself to demonstrate that she identified with a carpetbagger who had no loyalty to any nation or community. She never served Americans, but instead served her own, arrogant ideas, sometimes right, sometimes wrong.

    Replies: @njguy73, @Travis, @TontoBubbaGoldstein, @Gordo, @AndrewR, @Diversity Heretic, @AnotherDad, @Charlotte, @Anonymous

    Sandra Day O’Connor is still alive. She left the court around 2005 because of the illness of her husband. But there won’t be many memorials when she does die.

  38. @Buzz Mohawk
    @Franz

    You can bet that many members of our public will be led to subconsciously sense that Ginsburg was the first female Supreme Court Justice.

    Sandra Day O'Connor was the first, and she was nominated by Ronald Reagan. How long and extravagant were the memorials for O'Connor? I don't even remember them.

    All this attention is because of two things: 1) Jew, and 2) Left wing liberal who legislated from the bench.

    Her speech about Judah P. Benjamin, which Steve referenced earlier here, is enough by itself to demonstrate that she identified with a carpetbagger who had no loyalty to any nation or community. She never served Americans, but instead served her own, arrogant ideas, sometimes right, sometimes wrong.

    Replies: @njguy73, @Travis, @TontoBubbaGoldstein, @Gordo, @AndrewR, @Diversity Heretic, @AnotherDad, @Charlotte, @Anonymous

    Sandra Day O’Connor was the first, and she was nominated by Ronald Reagan. How long and extravagant were the memorials for O’Connor? I don’t even remember them.

    Probably, because O’Connor hasn’t yet taken the necessary step of dying.

    • Replies: @Buzz Mohawk
    @AnotherDad

    LOL

    Thanks, Dad.

    I thought she had died.

    She had the good grace to retire, unlike Ginsburg.

    I am suitably embarrassed for assuming something.

    Let's see how much attention O'Conner gets when she passes... In the end, ignorant though I am, I will be proven right about this.

    Replies: @AnotherDad

    , @Reg Cæsar
    @AnotherDad


    Probably, because O’Connor hasn’t yet taken the necessary step of dying.
     
    Should Joe Biden suffer a stroke in the next seven weeks, look for a rapid replacement by the more coherent 96-year-old Jimmy Carter.

    Carter was eligible to vote in the 1944 election, 76 years ago. He was at Annapolis at the time, though. Did Georgia have absentee voting procedures at the time? You'd think so; a world war was raging.

    Should Trump be indicted, the 97-year-old Bob Dole is available. It would be Dewey vs. FDR all over again.
  39. @Buzz Mohawk
    @Franz

    You can bet that many members of our public will be led to subconsciously sense that Ginsburg was the first female Supreme Court Justice.

    Sandra Day O'Connor was the first, and she was nominated by Ronald Reagan. How long and extravagant were the memorials for O'Connor? I don't even remember them.

    All this attention is because of two things: 1) Jew, and 2) Left wing liberal who legislated from the bench.

    Her speech about Judah P. Benjamin, which Steve referenced earlier here, is enough by itself to demonstrate that she identified with a carpetbagger who had no loyalty to any nation or community. She never served Americans, but instead served her own, arrogant ideas, sometimes right, sometimes wrong.

    Replies: @njguy73, @Travis, @TontoBubbaGoldstein, @Gordo, @AndrewR, @Diversity Heretic, @AnotherDad, @Charlotte, @Anonymous

    Sandra Day O’Connor is still among the living. She retired from the court to take care of her ailing husband.

  40. @Contaminated NEET
    Nope. Whiskey's right: a big part of White feminism is a masochistic longing to submit to a virile barbarian and punish their own men for failing to dominate them adequately. Subordinating their interests to a confident, assertive Other is a feature, not a bug.

    Replies: @Alden, @MBlanc46, @MBlanc46

    Contaminated NEET, whiskey el dato wild geese Howard need to get off their black man White woman porn sites. Supposedly black man White woman porn is the most popular porn for White men. Supposedly it’s the black men, not the White women who are the attraction for White men.

    In my entire long life I’ve only known one White black marriage. And that was a White man black woman . Whiskey claims he lives in Orange county Ca , which has a small black population. But the only couples he sees are black man White woman couples.

    It’s my belief that Whiskey and the above mentioned men either live in the poorest counties of the poorest states like Mississippi and Alabama or stay home glued to their black man White woman porn sites all day long. All the talk about White women wanting to be dominated by black trash men indicates a desire of Whiskey el dato contaminated NEET wild geese Howard to be dominated by the black men on the porn sites.

    The most common mixed race marriages and relationships in America are Asian women White men. Miscegenation is miscegenation, whether for a green card and family immigration or a welfare check.

    Enjoy your black men porn sites jack offs. But why post about them in UNZ?

    • Troll: HammerJack
    • Replies: @Jesse
    @Alden

    Actually, I think Sailer once posted that the most common interracial marriage is White women and Hispanic men, but otherwise yes. If the White men raving about White women allegedly lurving Black men were not motivated by mommy issues, misogyny, and being a general turnoff to White women, they wouldn't be so gleeful about White men chasing colored women.

    Replies: @Whiskey

  41. @AnotherDad
    @Buzz Mohawk


    Sandra Day O’Connor was the first, and she was nominated by Ronald Reagan. How long and extravagant were the memorials for O’Connor? I don’t even remember them.
     
    Probably, because O'Connor hasn't yet taken the necessary step of dying.

    Replies: @Buzz Mohawk, @Reg Cæsar

    LOL

    Thanks, Dad.

    I thought she had died.

    She had the good grace to retire, unlike Ginsburg.

    I am suitably embarrassed for assuming something.

    Let’s see how much attention O’Conner gets when she passes… In the end, ignorant though I am, I will be proven right about this.

    • Replies: @AnotherDad
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Agree. O'Connor's jurisprudence--at least a bunch of key decisions--struck me as mostly a nice-white-lady, split-the-difference train wreck. But her "hey it's time to retire" move was classy, appropriate. Clear contrast with Ginsburg.

    And yeah, they won't have do the full phony "great woman" dog and pony they'll try to do for Ginsburg.

  42. Will the Summer of Blackness be followed by the Autumn of Feminism?

    Don’t think so.

    Old and clueless, i’m now often flat our wrong about where things are heading. For instance, Steve’s World War T thing? I thought that was over the top. “They’re really going to have a crusade for a tiny minority of mentally ill freaks?” But sure ‘nough, rubbing normal people, who enjoy their traditional and natural male-female complementarity, noses in it was just too precious.

    But my bet would be against the “Autumn of Feminism”. That’s certainly what the Democrats would like. They’ve jazzed up their black base, ideally they’d jazz up their female base.

    But the problem is feminism is uber white. It puts all sorts of nice white lady cavilling concerns front and center–like employment speech codes or wrong guy checking me out or asking me out codes. And even feminists object–meekly–to getting mugged, robbed, raped, murdered. They think women–even white women–should be able to walk down the street and be safe. And all that stuff is … racist!

    And–a side issues–there’s Biden’s handsy issues, with women and with actual girls.

    So while i’m sure they’ll be efforts. Trump making a pass at or groping or sleeping with some model in the 90s will be every present. But it’s going to be hard to swing back around to all the nice white lady concerns.

    But if they do, Trump better be ready with some quips along the line of “The #1 concern of all women is that they and their families are safe–in their homes, their businesses, just walking down the street. And that basic safety–basic rule-of-law–the Democrats have thrown out the window in favor of the right to riot and loot.”

    • Agree: YetAnotherAnon
  43. @YetAnotherAnon
    I thought I must have inadvertantly found the Guardian US edition this morning, the top 6 stories on Ginsberg, all with a dark border round them. I never rated his poems anyway.

    In middle-class Bongland it's customary to sneer at the US, yet we get all their worst politics over here, usually imported by the academic/legal complex.


    NYC is off to a flying start in this weekend's stakes btw

    https://www.standard.co.uk/news/world/rochester-mass-shooting-new-york-a4551201.html


    Two people have died and 14 others were injured following a shooting at a backyard party in New York, police said.

    Witnesses reported hearing gunfire in the early hours of Saturday morning in Rochester.

    Interim Police Chief Mark Simmons told reporters a man and woman had died, both between the ages of 18 and 22.

    As many as 100 people were at the gathering when the shooting started just before 12.30am, said Mr Simmons.

    Lovely Warren, Mayor of Rochester, called for people to remain calm and exercise "deep restraint" as police carry out their investigation.

    "Our Pathways to Peace Team is on the ground and working with the victims and their families," said Mayor Warren.

     

    Lovely Warren, London Breed - your mayors do have some impressive names. Alas she doesn't quite live up to it, she appears to be supersizing the Notorious RBG look.

    https://www.gannett-cdn.com/presto/2020/09/06/PROC/2b86aeea-ed79-49ec-8db9-0e3ac4e6c0f0-TY_090420_MAYOR_LOVELY_WARREN_TIGHT.jpg

    Replies: @Supply and Demand, @The Wild Geese Howard, @Anon

    Husband asks whether our Lovely is a she or a trans?

  44. @Jesse
    For all the fun of carping on feminists, if you could actually show some political savvy (hah!) you could turn this to your advantage.

    White women outside the media bubble (including feminists) are deeply worried about the increasing crime. I'm a true crime nerd, and you would not believe the rage they feel when they see vicious offenders get ridiculously lenient punishments. Play the Black desire to abolish prisons against the White desire to, y'know, not get murdered, and you could rip the coalition apart.

    But that involves giving up your bitterness against White women. You'd have to stop the obnoxious "Karen" meme. I mean, I get it: thinking of a group as incorrigible subhumans means you have no need to do hard political work. But the average feminist, outside of the media bubble, is a married White woman raising White children, including sons. (More than most here can say.) Why not work that? Are your mommy issues so intense that you can't bear to make alliances to achieve something? (In which case, no more whining about Antifa types not working with BadWhites.)

    Replies: @anonymous, @Alden, @BenKenobi, @YetAnotherAnon

    “You’d have to stop the obnoxious “Karen” meme.”

    That’s not “our” meme, or Steve’s. It’s the enemy’s racist slur against white women, usually of a certain age.

    Just because Steve and some commenters use it ironically or in the context of explicating an enemy narrative doesn’t mean he or we are true believers.

    “Wine aunt” or “cat lady”, on the other hand…

    • Replies: @anon
    @YetAnotherAnon

    That’s not “our” meme, or Steve’s. It’s the enemy’s racist slur against white women, usually of a certain age.

    Lol, whut? The reason "Karen" has become so common is just like the reason "cuckservative" became common - it's got a big grain of truth. "You have to let me speak to the manager" and "You have to stop using a meme I don't like" are pretty much the same thing. That vid of the mystery woman trying to badger the CVS manager over black shoplifting? It's pure Karen busibodys, I-know-what-is-best-for-you-shut-up ness.

    "Karen" is pretty popular meming with men under 30, guys who grew up with the doping K - 12 matriarchy. Anyone care to guess why that is? Huh? Anyone? Anyone? Bueller?

    Good luck on trying to browbeat young men into not using Karen as a meme - because that is such a Karen thing to do, lol!

    "I want to speak to the manager about all these horrible woman-hating commenters who keep using memes that I personally find offensive and political and I want to speak to the manager now and why are all those young men smirking at me like Covington high school boys and where is the manager and what are you people doing behind my back?

    Teh lolllllzlzlzlzlzlzlz!

    “Wine aunt” or “cat lady”, on the other hand…

    Are different. Wine aunts go off on weird rants about the imaginary people in their heads combined with who said what to whom at the family reunion 15 years ago combined with what oughta be true but isn't combined with self pity and so forth. Cat lady mostly applies to post Wall women over 45, because the foolish girls around 30 who are busy missing their chance to marry are mainly "dog moms" now.

  45. @Buzz Mohawk
    @AnotherDad

    LOL

    Thanks, Dad.

    I thought she had died.

    She had the good grace to retire, unlike Ginsburg.

    I am suitably embarrassed for assuming something.

    Let's see how much attention O'Conner gets when she passes... In the end, ignorant though I am, I will be proven right about this.

    Replies: @AnotherDad

    Agree. O’Connor’s jurisprudence–at least a bunch of key decisions–struck me as mostly a nice-white-lady, split-the-difference train wreck. But her “hey it’s time to retire” move was classy, appropriate. Clear contrast with Ginsburg.

    And yeah, they won’t have do the full phony “great woman” dog and pony they’ll try to do for Ginsburg.

  46. @AnotherDad
    @Buzz Mohawk


    Sandra Day O’Connor was the first, and she was nominated by Ronald Reagan. How long and extravagant were the memorials for O’Connor? I don’t even remember them.
     
    Probably, because O'Connor hasn't yet taken the necessary step of dying.

    Replies: @Buzz Mohawk, @Reg Cæsar

    Probably, because O’Connor hasn’t yet taken the necessary step of dying.

    Should Joe Biden suffer a stroke in the next seven weeks, look for a rapid replacement by the more coherent 96-year-old Jimmy Carter.

    Carter was eligible to vote in the 1944 election, 76 years ago. He was at Annapolis at the time, though. Did Georgia have absentee voting procedures at the time? You’d think so; a world war was raging.

    Should Trump be indicted, the 97-year-old Bob Dole is available. It would be Dewey vs. FDR all over again.

  47. iSteve may be on to something here.

    After months of CoronaPandemic hype, that is dying down since the hysteria is now seen as just that.

    Subsequently, the Summer of Blacks (Blacks!) is dying down now. Store owners not already looted have wised up. Gun sales crazy. Weather cooling down. Antifa militia members now getting shot. The Comrades now realizing that the public regards burning, looted cities by zombies isn’t a political winner. Homeless camps in your neighborhood park aren’t popular even in commieland.

    So RBG finally sails off into the sunset. With that long and much cancer, at late 80s, you can’t just will yourself to stay alive any longer. It is amazing she lasted as long as she did. Of course now crybaby Comrades, mainly estrogen crazed nose ring types, are hating on her because she selfishly wanted to stay employed inventing her own Constitution instead of resigning and letting St. Obama replace her. And iSteve tells us she was more Hillary than AOC. Meritocratic even!

    But the Marxists always have some new campaign underway. You can only sustain directed Hate for so long at a single target. Every few months you have to find a new “oppressor” to Hate.

    But the blacks (Blacks!) and other non whites aren’t necessarily keen on militant feminism. Too many black males resent their female dominated culture as it is. Hispanics are notoriously macho. So this new shift in the Woke Party Line won’t be easy. No one really wants to be around “transgenders” any more than absolutely necessary, so they are now relegated to the bottom rung of the “oppressed.” Passe.

    So, POCs don’t like militant man hating, and real women don’t like trangenders. Liz Warren of Injun country failed miserably w/ Dem voters. Even Harris, who’s best result was 8%.

    So the new pre-election Woke Comrade stew isn’t going to be very popular. Bill Cos’ and Harvey are safely locked up. Bill C gets thinner and paler up in Chappaqua. Pink haired feminism is just sooo 2018. Hating on the male species is going to be a tough sell this fall. Cardi B is no RBG.

    • Agree: Alden
  48. Anonymous[504] • Disclaimer says:

    Biden-Harris’s upcoming problem after they win or are installed (4-4 SCOTUS is the least of it, “Blue Wall” governors have been workshopping their ballot manipulation alternatives since last year) is that messianic rioting will just continue, and continue, and continue… The media will decide this is “a minor issue seized on by Altright.” The transition-of-power period is going to be full of interest, to be sure, but the spice will flow till long after inauguration. I would not be surprised by Barack’s Loving Mafia throwing over patio tables and decapitating statues this time next year. They are going for all the marbles: no cop of any race being allowed to arrest/gun down any Black person doing anything ever. Of course the new barely sentient President will be as insouciant about it as Trump was in the early summer. TPTB have created this monster, they can’t turn it off. “Insulate, insulate, insulate”

  49. @Alden
    @Contaminated NEET

    Contaminated NEET, whiskey el dato wild geese Howard need to get off their black man White woman porn sites. Supposedly black man White woman porn is the most popular porn for White men. Supposedly it’s the black men, not the White women who are the attraction for White men.

    In my entire long life I’ve only known one White black marriage. And that was a White man black woman . Whiskey claims he lives in Orange county Ca , which has a small black population. But the only couples he sees are black man White woman couples.

    It’s my belief that Whiskey and the above mentioned men either live in the poorest counties of the poorest states like Mississippi and Alabama or stay home glued to their black man White woman porn sites all day long. All the talk about White women wanting to be dominated by black trash men indicates a desire of Whiskey el dato contaminated NEET wild geese Howard to be dominated by the black men on the porn sites.

    The most common mixed race marriages and relationships in America are Asian women White men. Miscegenation is miscegenation, whether for a green card and family immigration or a welfare check.

    Enjoy your black men porn sites jack offs. But why post about them in UNZ?

    Replies: @Jesse

    Actually, I think Sailer once posted that the most common interracial marriage is White women and Hispanic men, but otherwise yes. If the White men raving about White women allegedly lurving Black men were not motivated by mommy issues, misogyny, and being a general turnoff to White women, they wouldn’t be so gleeful about White men chasing colored women.

    • Replies: @Whiskey
    @Jesse

    I do live in OC. It went for Hillary! by a large margin.

    And those couples BM WW are the ones I see in the supermarket, at Church, and in the workplace. Not the majority but far more common than before.

    Blm protests are literally filled with sorority girls and black thug. As Robert Stacy McCain noted about the Lancaster PA riots. Or the Karen complaining to the manager about calling cops on black shoplifters. Or White women generally joining every anti White male thing since the Temperance movement.

    White women don't shot up for White guys getting shot. They sure as hell do for black thugs.

    Replies: @S. Anonyia, @Alden, @Pop Warner

  50. @Jesse
    @Alden

    Actually, I think Sailer once posted that the most common interracial marriage is White women and Hispanic men, but otherwise yes. If the White men raving about White women allegedly lurving Black men were not motivated by mommy issues, misogyny, and being a general turnoff to White women, they wouldn't be so gleeful about White men chasing colored women.

    Replies: @Whiskey

    I do live in OC. It went for Hillary! by a large margin.

    And those couples BM WW are the ones I see in the supermarket, at Church, and in the workplace. Not the majority but far more common than before.

    Blm protests are literally filled with sorority girls and black thug. As Robert Stacy McCain noted about the Lancaster PA riots. Or the Karen complaining to the manager about calling cops on black shoplifters. Or White women generally joining every anti White male thing since the Temperance movement.

    White women don’t shot up for White guys getting shot. They sure as hell do for black thugs.

    • Replies: @S. Anonyia
    @Whiskey

    Normally I don’t engage with you, but;

    Yes, there are sorority girls and ghetto thugs at the BLM riots/protests. However- aren’t you ignoring the demographic that made the riots so violent/long-lasting/successful? With their homemade shields, paramilitary tactics, Molotov cocktails, and “black trans lives matter” chants?

    Hmm...that missing demographic: marginally/underemployed “anti-fascist” “anti-racist” white men. The protests/riots would have been over in 2 weeks without their enthusiastic support and strategizing.

    Why aren’t you talking about how many white men were out there (including the shock troops of trannies)?

    Replies: @dfordoom

    , @Alden
    @Whiskey

    You’re such a liar about bm Ww couples. The black population of Orange county is only 2 percent.

    Given that the 2 percent blacks split evenly into 1 percent black women and 1 percent men, it’s very very obvious your lying about all the bm Ww couples you see at the supermarket church every where you go in Orange County Ca.

    Another thing you’re lying about. Black men are very seldom seen with women. Black Women are seldom seen with men. It’s always men and men or women and women with the kids.

    1 percent black men in Orange County and you see bm Ww couples every where you go. The only bm Ww couples you see are on your favorite porn sites where the attraction is not the White woman but the black man.

    , @Pop Warner
    @Whiskey

    Sorority girls trend conservative. You're looking at standard college feminists who likely despise the Greek system and think it's nothing more than a rape factory to uphold patriarchal gender standards.

  51. anon[365] • Disclaimer says:
    @YetAnotherAnon
    @Jesse

    "You’d have to stop the obnoxious “Karen” meme."

    That's not "our" meme, or Steve's. It's the enemy's racist slur against white women, usually of a certain age.

    Just because Steve and some commenters use it ironically or in the context of explicating an enemy narrative doesn't mean he or we are true believers.

    "Wine aunt" or "cat lady", on the other hand...

    Replies: @anon

    That’s not “our” meme, or Steve’s. It’s the enemy’s racist slur against white women, usually of a certain age.

    Lol, whut? The reason “Karen” has become so common is just like the reason “cuckservative” became common – it’s got a big grain of truth. “You have to let me speak to the manager” and “You have to stop using a meme I don’t like” are pretty much the same thing. That vid of the mystery woman trying to badger the CVS manager over black shoplifting? It’s pure Karen busibodys, I-know-what-is-best-for-you-shut-up ness.

    “Karen” is pretty popular meming with men under 30, guys who grew up with the doping K – 12 matriarchy. Anyone care to guess why that is? Huh? Anyone? Anyone? Bueller?

    Good luck on trying to browbeat young men into not using Karen as a meme – because that is such a Karen thing to do, lol!

    “I want to speak to the manager about all these horrible woman-hating commenters who keep using memes that I personally find offensive and political and I want to speak to the manager now and why are all those young men smirking at me like Covington high school boys and where is the manager and what are you people doing behind my back?

    Teh lolllllzlzlzlzlzlzlz!

    “Wine aunt” or “cat lady”, on the other hand…

    Are different. Wine aunts go off on weird rants about the imaginary people in their heads combined with who said what to whom at the family reunion 15 years ago combined with what oughta be true but isn’t combined with self pity and so forth. Cat lady mostly applies to post Wall women over 45, because the foolish girls around 30 who are busy missing their chance to marry are mainly “dog moms” now.

  52. @Bardon Kaldian
    Well, she was not always old. And she didn't look bad ...

    https://api.time.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/ruth-bader-ginsburg-supreme-court-justice-young-photo-31.jpg?quality=85&w=447

    Replies: @Anon

    She was certainly not gifted with Dorian Grey’s mirror then.

  53. reverential capitalization to Women as well as Blacks (but not, of course, to men or whites).

    I’ve taken up the habit of always writing it as “Black and brown” to highlight the absurdity and throw in a little dis. If someone complains about the lowercase brown, I change it to Latinx. It’s these small and meaningless acts of rebellion that keep me going.

  54. @Father O'Hara
    RBG is in heaven with George Floyd and Emmet Till.

    Replies: @Jake, @anon, @SunBakedSuburb

    “Emmet Till”

  55. @Johnny Smoggins
    One of the few good things that's come out of current year is that White women = Karen.

    So we may have to suffer black feminists, but no one actually gives a shit what White women think anymore.

    Replies: @Alden

    Feminazism a White woman’s invention is now dead. Black women bitching about their hair and glorifying their obesity is far more important than any equal rights anti rape anti child molesting laws the White feminazis managed to pass.

    As usual, Whites did all the work and found that their affirmative action laws mandated the dumbest surliest black woman be hired over the most qualified and competent White woman.

  56. @Whiskey
    @Jesse

    I do live in OC. It went for Hillary! by a large margin.

    And those couples BM WW are the ones I see in the supermarket, at Church, and in the workplace. Not the majority but far more common than before.

    Blm protests are literally filled with sorority girls and black thug. As Robert Stacy McCain noted about the Lancaster PA riots. Or the Karen complaining to the manager about calling cops on black shoplifters. Or White women generally joining every anti White male thing since the Temperance movement.

    White women don't shot up for White guys getting shot. They sure as hell do for black thugs.

    Replies: @S. Anonyia, @Alden, @Pop Warner

    Normally I don’t engage with you, but;

    Yes, there are sorority girls and ghetto thugs at the BLM riots/protests. However- aren’t you ignoring the demographic that made the riots so violent/long-lasting/successful? With their homemade shields, paramilitary tactics, Molotov cocktails, and “black trans lives matter” chants?

    Hmm…that missing demographic: marginally/underemployed “anti-fascist” “anti-racist” white men. The protests/riots would have been over in 2 weeks without their enthusiastic support and strategizing.

    Why aren’t you talking about how many white men were out there (including the shock troops of trannies)?

    • Agree: Jesse
    • Thanks: Alden
    • Replies: @dfordoom
    @S. Anonyia


    However- aren’t you ignoring the demographic that made the riots so violent/long-lasting/successful? With their homemade shields, paramilitary tactics, Molotov cocktails, and “black trans lives matter” chants?

    Hmm…that missing demographic: marginally/underemployed “anti-fascist” “anti-racist” white men.
     
    That's really upsetting to dissident right/white nationalist types. Those disaffected young white men should be flocking to join the dissident right/white nationalist ranks. But they're not. It turns out that the message preached by the dissident right/white nationalist folks just doesn't seem to interest disaffected young white men.

    Maybe disaffected young white men are more worried about being economically screwed than by the issues that obsess the dissident right/white nationalism.

    But it is an amusing example of the far right's tendency to ignore things that don't fit their preconceived notions, and then retreat into a paranoid delusional fantasy world.
  57. @Contaminated NEET
    Nope. Whiskey's right: a big part of White feminism is a masochistic longing to submit to a virile barbarian and punish their own men for failing to dominate them adequately. Subordinating their interests to a confident, assertive Other is a feature, not a bug.

    Replies: @Alden, @MBlanc46, @MBlanc46

    C NEET, there is something to that, but some 20th, 21st century white women are just so nasty and contrarian that no mortal man is alpha enough to subdue them.

  58. @Contaminated NEET
    Nope. Whiskey's right: a big part of White feminism is a masochistic longing to submit to a virile barbarian and punish their own men for failing to dominate them adequately. Subordinating their interests to a confident, assertive Other is a feature, not a bug.

    Replies: @Alden, @MBlanc46, @MBlanc46

    C NEET, there is something to that, but some 20th, 21st century white women are just so nasty and contrarian that no mortal man is alpha enough to subdue them.

  59. It may be that women and blacks will both shut up for a couple of months, now that Biden and company have settled on what may will be the winning strategy.

    Namely, Donald Trump is a heartless bastard who killed 200,000 people with his poor decisions, rather than providing free health care, free money, masks and hugs to everyone.

  60. @Whiskey
    @Jesse

    I do live in OC. It went for Hillary! by a large margin.

    And those couples BM WW are the ones I see in the supermarket, at Church, and in the workplace. Not the majority but far more common than before.

    Blm protests are literally filled with sorority girls and black thug. As Robert Stacy McCain noted about the Lancaster PA riots. Or the Karen complaining to the manager about calling cops on black shoplifters. Or White women generally joining every anti White male thing since the Temperance movement.

    White women don't shot up for White guys getting shot. They sure as hell do for black thugs.

    Replies: @S. Anonyia, @Alden, @Pop Warner

    You’re such a liar about bm Ww couples. The black population of Orange county is only 2 percent.

    Given that the 2 percent blacks split evenly into 1 percent black women and 1 percent men, it’s very very obvious your lying about all the bm Ww couples you see at the supermarket church every where you go in Orange County Ca.

    Another thing you’re lying about. Black men are very seldom seen with women. Black Women are seldom seen with men. It’s always men and men or women and women with the kids.

    1 percent black men in Orange County and you see bm Ww couples every where you go. The only bm Ww couples you see are on your favorite porn sites where the attraction is not the White woman but the black man.

  61. @S. Anonyia
    @Whiskey

    Normally I don’t engage with you, but;

    Yes, there are sorority girls and ghetto thugs at the BLM riots/protests. However- aren’t you ignoring the demographic that made the riots so violent/long-lasting/successful? With their homemade shields, paramilitary tactics, Molotov cocktails, and “black trans lives matter” chants?

    Hmm...that missing demographic: marginally/underemployed “anti-fascist” “anti-racist” white men. The protests/riots would have been over in 2 weeks without their enthusiastic support and strategizing.

    Why aren’t you talking about how many white men were out there (including the shock troops of trannies)?

    Replies: @dfordoom

    However- aren’t you ignoring the demographic that made the riots so violent/long-lasting/successful? With their homemade shields, paramilitary tactics, Molotov cocktails, and “black trans lives matter” chants?

    Hmm…that missing demographic: marginally/underemployed “anti-fascist” “anti-racist” white men.

    That’s really upsetting to dissident right/white nationalist types. Those disaffected young white men should be flocking to join the dissident right/white nationalist ranks. But they’re not. It turns out that the message preached by the dissident right/white nationalist folks just doesn’t seem to interest disaffected young white men.

    Maybe disaffected young white men are more worried about being economically screwed than by the issues that obsess the dissident right/white nationalism.

    But it is an amusing example of the far right’s tendency to ignore things that don’t fit their preconceived notions, and then retreat into a paranoid delusional fantasy world.

    • Agree: Jesse, S. Anonyia
  62. It’s the Muslims I’m worried about. Their attempts to recapture centre stage tend toward the spectacular.

  63. @Whiskey
    @Jesse

    I do live in OC. It went for Hillary! by a large margin.

    And those couples BM WW are the ones I see in the supermarket, at Church, and in the workplace. Not the majority but far more common than before.

    Blm protests are literally filled with sorority girls and black thug. As Robert Stacy McCain noted about the Lancaster PA riots. Or the Karen complaining to the manager about calling cops on black shoplifters. Or White women generally joining every anti White male thing since the Temperance movement.

    White women don't shot up for White guys getting shot. They sure as hell do for black thugs.

    Replies: @S. Anonyia, @Alden, @Pop Warner

    Sorority girls trend conservative. You’re looking at standard college feminists who likely despise the Greek system and think it’s nothing more than a rape factory to uphold patriarchal gender standards.

  64. @OscarWildeLoveChild
    Feminism, the feminist movement, as led by white women-is dead. GenZ guys have even picked up the anti-white female mantle (having seen what WW did to their fathers, grandfathers, uncles) and are treating white women as the privileged class, using them as examples of "white privilege" and "racism", things WW have done to WM for decades.

    POCs coming after WW was as inevitable as Union officer statues being pulled down or erased from history. It was NEVER about just white men, it was and is about white people. It just took a while to get the momentum to be overt about it. WW are now becoming the targets just like their fathers, and brothers have been for decades. The Karen meme is the mildest form of it

    Replies: @AceDeuce

    White men and women have both been targets for decades. It’s been more overt against white men.
    Black women use naive, wealthy white women the same way that black males do. Cash cows, useful idiots, etc, but, rest assured: black men and women hate white women even more than they hate white men.

  65. anon[297] • Disclaimer says:

    Another victory for Only Black Lives Matter.

    https://www.wdrb.com/news/bungalow-joe-s-owner-in-disbelief-after-3-men-killed-in-totally-random-shooting-at/article_794ac43e-fa39-11ea-b3de-dfcc1cc3bf9a.html

    Bishop said he had just gone to sleep when he got a call around 11:15 p.m. Friday from one of his managers about a shooting at the restaurant. When he got to the scene, one of the victims had been rushed to a hospital, and two others were lying on the patio. According to Bishop, it was a normal Friday night at Bungalow Joe’s when a man walked up to the restaurant and shot three customers, all men, who were sitting in the patio area at point-blank range.

    “Nobody had ever seen this guy before,” Bishop said, referring to the shooter. “It was a totally random act.”

    Except not totally random. Apparently he was wearing a shirt that read:

    Justice for Breonna Taylor

    One of the murdered men is black. But since when does that matter to Soros-funded terrorists?

    Stay aware, especially in places that serve alcohol.

  66. Anonymous[211] • Disclaimer says:
    @Buzz Mohawk
    @Franz

    You can bet that many members of our public will be led to subconsciously sense that Ginsburg was the first female Supreme Court Justice.

    Sandra Day O'Connor was the first, and she was nominated by Ronald Reagan. How long and extravagant were the memorials for O'Connor? I don't even remember them.

    All this attention is because of two things: 1) Jew, and 2) Left wing liberal who legislated from the bench.

    Her speech about Judah P. Benjamin, which Steve referenced earlier here, is enough by itself to demonstrate that she identified with a carpetbagger who had no loyalty to any nation or community. She never served Americans, but instead served her own, arrogant ideas, sometimes right, sometimes wrong.

    Replies: @njguy73, @Travis, @TontoBubbaGoldstein, @Gordo, @AndrewR, @Diversity Heretic, @AnotherDad, @Charlotte, @Anonymous

    Judah P. Benjamin … a carpetbagger who had no loyalty to any nation or community

    Judah P. Benjamin was no carpetbagger, and seems to have served the Confederacy ably and loyally until the bitter end (and quite possibly beyond).

    Could Benjamin have been part of a Confederate “stay behind” operation including the elimination of Abraham Lincoln? Benjamin’s choice of exile in the UK (with annual visits to Paris where his wife chose to reside) over civilian life in the United States seems an unusual choice. Benjamin’s rumored homosexuality may also have played a role.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @Anonymous

    Benjamin would have gone to prison for treason like his cousin Senator David Levy-Yulee did. Levy-Yulee served a year or two then went back to building railroads in Florida, where they were much needed. In 1870 President Grant paid a visit to Levy-Yulee's estate and this was seen as a promising gesture toward North-South reconciliation.

    In general, Levy-Yulee was admired for sticking around in 1865, taking his lumps, and then getting back to business in his home state, while Benjamin was viewed poorly in America for fleeing abroad. That he became a success in the UK was seen as depriving Louisiana of his talents.

    , @Buzz Mohawk
    @Anonymous

    From Britain's perspective, Benjamin was an ally. They would have loved nothing more than a divided America. It is not surprising that he was welcomed and did well in their country after doing his best to destroy ours.

  67. @Anonymous
    @Buzz Mohawk


    Judah P. Benjamin ... a carpetbagger who had no loyalty to any nation or community

     

    Judah P. Benjamin was no carpetbagger, and seems to have served the Confederacy ably and loyally until the bitter end (and quite possibly beyond).

    Could Benjamin have been part of a Confederate "stay behind" operation including the elimination of Abraham Lincoln? Benjamin's choice of exile in the UK (with annual visits to Paris where his wife chose to reside) over civilian life in the United States seems an unusual choice. Benjamin's rumored homosexuality may also have played a role.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Buzz Mohawk

    Benjamin would have gone to prison for treason like his cousin Senator David Levy-Yulee did. Levy-Yulee served a year or two then went back to building railroads in Florida, where they were much needed. In 1870 President Grant paid a visit to Levy-Yulee’s estate and this was seen as a promising gesture toward North-South reconciliation.

    In general, Levy-Yulee was admired for sticking around in 1865, taking his lumps, and then getting back to business in his home state, while Benjamin was viewed poorly in America for fleeing abroad. That he became a success in the UK was seen as depriving Louisiana of his talents.

  68. @Anonymous
    @Buzz Mohawk


    Judah P. Benjamin ... a carpetbagger who had no loyalty to any nation or community

     

    Judah P. Benjamin was no carpetbagger, and seems to have served the Confederacy ably and loyally until the bitter end (and quite possibly beyond).

    Could Benjamin have been part of a Confederate "stay behind" operation including the elimination of Abraham Lincoln? Benjamin's choice of exile in the UK (with annual visits to Paris where his wife chose to reside) over civilian life in the United States seems an unusual choice. Benjamin's rumored homosexuality may also have played a role.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Buzz Mohawk

    From Britain’s perspective, Benjamin was an ally. They would have loved nothing more than a divided America. It is not surprising that he was welcomed and did well in their country after doing his best to destroy ours.

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