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As I pointed out in my Taki’s column earlier this week, the media meltdown over the Border Patrol using horses at Del Rio poses of whether in the upcoming African Exodus:

Do American leaders still believe that they have the moral right to protect the territory of the American people by force? Or will we unilaterally disarm in the Scramble for America?

From the New York Times news section today:

Biden Condemns Border Patrol Treatment of Haitian Migrants as Expulsions Continue
Video

President Biden vowed to hold the agents accountable who chased Haitian migrants on horseback as they tried to cross the Rio Grande into Texas from Mexico on Saturday.

Reporter: “You said on the campaign trail that you were going to restore the moral standing of the U.S., that you were going to immediately end Trump’s assault on the dignity of immigrant communities. Given what we saw at the border this week, have you failed in that promise, and this is happening under your watch, do you take responsibility for the chaos that’s unfolding?”

Biden: “Of course I take responsibility. I’m president, but it was horrible what to see — as you saw — to see people treated like they did, horses nearly running them over, people being strapped. It’s outrageous. I promise you, those people will pay. They will be, an investigation underway now, and there will be consequences. There will be consequences. It’s an embarrassment, but it’s beyond an embarrassment. It’s dangerous. It’s wrong. It sends the wrong message around the world. It sends the wrong message at home. It’s simply not who we are.”

WASHINGTON — President Biden vowed on Friday that Border Patrol agents who rounded up Haitian migrants crossing the Rio Grande would “pay,” calling the scene at the southwestern border “horrible to see,” even as several members of his administration stressed that an investigation into what happened was still open.

“It’s outrageous,” Mr. Biden said. “I promise you, those people will pay. There will be an investigation, underway now, and there will be consequences. There will be consequences.”

Later, Jen Psaki, the White House press secretary, added that the president was not “prejudging” the outcome of the investigation.

He’s not?

Images of Border Patrol agents on horseback waving their reins while pushing migrants back into the Rio Grande have prompted a torrent of criticism from Democrats and civil rights groups who have accused Mr. Biden of continuing some of the most aggressive approaches to immigration put in place by President Donald J. Trump.

In a briefing with reporters on Friday at the White House, Alejandro N. Mayorkas, the secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, said that the images “painfully conjured up the worst elements of our nation’s ongoing battle against systemic racism.”

He added that the agents had been reassigned pending an investigation.

“This investigation will be based upon the facts,” he said.

He emphasized that the inquiry should maintain its integrity, in response to a question by a reporter who pointed out that a photographer on the scene had said publicly that agents had not been using their reins to whip migrants, as had been widely speculated.

Some of the sharpest criticism has come from within the Biden administration: …

On Friday, administration officials, including Mr. Mayorkas and Ms. Psaki, fanned out in an effort to condemn the photos and address the criticism that was coming from all sides. In an appearance on “The View” on Friday, Vice President Kamala Harris likened the pictures of agents on horseback to slavery.

Ms. Harris said the episode “evoked images of some of the worst moments of our history, where that kind of behavior has been used against the Indigenous people of our country, has been used against African Americans during times of slavery.” …

Correction: Sept. 24, 2021

An earlier version of this article overstated what is known about the behavior of some Border Patrol agents on horseback. While the agents waved their reins while pushing migrants back into the Rio Grande, The Times has not seen conclusive evidence that migrants were struck with the reins.

In other words, we got the story all wrong, but who cares?

Is the current American elite prepared to deal with this:

 
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  1. Italian Stallion.

    • LOL: Pop Warner
    • Replies: @JimDandy
    , @WJ
    , @Pericles
    , @MEH 0910
  2. Do American leaders still believe that they have the moral right to protect the territory of the American people by force? Or will we unilaterally disarm in the Scramble for America?

    Minoritarianism.

    Minorities oppressed/virtuous. Majorities oppressive/evil.

    Minorities have an inherent right of access white gentiles–their presence, their stuff, their nations. White gentiles are not allowed to say “no”. (Rapist ethics.)

    Once you accept this morally inverted ideology, you are finished. Either white gentiles stand up and say “enough of this bullshit” or the genocide will roll on to its conclusion.

  3. It’s one of the coolest, friggin’ optics lately, and it comes from Texas. God bless the men of Texas!

    Does this bring us any closer to “civil” war? Can Texas hold out like this?

  4. fnn says:

    But the much loved Capitol Police are better than the Border Patrol? Maybe not.

  5. Anonymous[218] • Disclaimer says:

    https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-58654351

    Grim echoes of history in images of Haitians at US-Mexico border

    … Mark Naison*, a professor of history and African and African-American studies at Fordham University in New York, said that he believes the reaction to the images from the border are a natural result of growing public awareness of historical mistreatment of black people in the US.

    “In the last 10 years, there has probably been more effective publicity about atrocities relating to racism in US history than there were in the previous 40 years,” he said.

    [MORE]

    The historical images of slavery being shared on social media this week, Mr Naison added, are more accessible – and spread much more quickly – than other forms of media, such as TV shows or films in which African-American history is the focus.

    Mr Naison added that the impact of these viral images, in turn, are often eye-opening for many Americans.

    “History is alive. Images move like wildfire,” he said. “Images of black people – not only during slavery, but after – being attacked and assaulted, are probably more visible now then they ever have been before.”

    Ms Byrd, for her part, said she believes the comparisons being made between the images from the border and America’s past should serve as a reminder that Americans should learn their history.

    “We have to continue to have those discussions, and we need to continue to talk about it,” she said. “Not everyone wants to talk about slavery, but we have to continue to talk about it, to understand why this is wrong.”

    * Mark D. Naison was born in 1946 in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn, New York. As the only child of Jewish intellectuals (both schoolteachers)…

  6. 2BR says:

    Publicize the pics, and Biden’s comments, in South Texas and the Hispanic vote will swing even more GOP.

  7. J.Ross says:

    https://news.yahoo.com/mexican-american-grandmother-70-mistaken-182842985.html
    Black woman assaults Mexican woman, under the wrong impression that the Mexican is Chinese.

    DIVERSITY IS OUR STRENGTH

  8. Clyde says:

    DHS boss Mayorkas admits 30,000 Haitians entered US as Del Rio camp is finally cleared: 17,400 are applying to stay, 8,000 have been deported or left voluntarily – but 2,600 are missing… and thousands more are on their way

    Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas (left) revealed on Friday that nearly 30,000 Haitian migrants have been encountered on the US-Mexico border as they try to enter the country. Additionally he noted that the camp under the International Bridge in Del Rio, Texas, which serves the length of the border, has been emptied. ‘Nearly 30,000 migrants have been encountered at Del Rio since September 9 with the highest number one time reaching approximately 15,000,’ he said at the daily White House press briefing. Meanwhile the BBC reported nearly 19,000 mostly Haitian migrants are heading towards the US. They are in Colombia waiting to cross the border to Panama, Colombian officials say. But, Mayorkas noted, ‘today, we have no migrants remaining in the camp.’ He revealed that 2,000 have been expelled on 17 flights, 8,000 have returned to Haiti voluntarily, 12,4000 are having their cases heard and 5,000 being processed That leaves 2,600 missing. Officials have said some have returned to Mexico.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10025687/Migrant-camp-south-Texas-dwindles-people.html

  9. J1234 says:

    The solution would be for mounted border patrol agents to dismount whenever they encounter blacks who are violating immigration law, and chase the perpetrators on mountain bikes with non-rope/noose/whip related capture devices. They could also remove their cowboy hats and replace them with caps turned backwards, and replace any cowboy boots with basketball sneakers. Also, it would help if they could do tricks on the bikes while chasing the suspects.

  10. CCZ says:

    No comparable presidential outrage when the American military “mistakenly” killed 10 innocent civilians in Kabul. Why no “Those people will pay” when United States personnel actually KILLED innocents? Using horses to control the border is “not who we are.” I guess that killing 10 innocent civilians with a missile fired from a drone is “who we are.” Scared blacks 1, Afghans 0.

  11. Anon[151] • Disclaimer says:

    Biden won’t do anything except shoot off his mouth. He saw it work for Obama, and he’s copying Obama’s habit of all talk no action. As we saw in Afghanistan, Biden is not an executive who enforces his will or even pays attention to what’s going on. I doubt he’s listening or paying attention to his briefings his aides are giving him.

    He didn’t even know the President of South Korea paid a ceremonial visit to Hawaii, and he didn’t send a representative. Biden’s been running for president for decades, and now that he is old all he wants to do is lie around and enjoy the prestige instead of doing any work.

    Being president is Biden’s retirement hobby. He can’t be bothered with solving actual problems.

    • Replies: @Bill
  12. Related thread.

    • Agree: El Dato
    • Replies: @The Alarmist
  13. You know, if we had something inanimate to stop the invaders, such as a wall, there wouldn’t have to be so many personal confrontations. But the personal confrontations are in the interests of the Democrats who prefer there be no border control at all.

    • Agree: ziggurat
    • Replies: @Hangnail Hans
    , @Mrwolf
  14. JimDandy says:

    Reminds me of when a bunch of Republicans found Derek Chauvin guilty of murder after an out-of-context video clip went viral. And remember that time Trump found James Fields guilty of murder thanks to another out-of-context video clip.

    Biden’s “Strapping” BS is obviously even more egregious, though.

    • Agree: Bill
    • Replies: @Hangnail Hans
  15. Anonymous[218] • Disclaimer says:

  16. The question is whether there is any value in trying to drive these migrants back into the Rio Grande and over to the other side when they know that these people have already traveled thousands of miles risking life and limb so as to seek sanctuary in the United States and that many of these people are the parents of small children..

    I think we would have to call in the Supreme Court and ask them to look it up on the graven tablets of the Constitution, or maybe ascend into the Smoky Mountains to communicate with the universe.

    In general countries can certainly defend their borders by armed means, but usually this means when hostile aircraft are flying in their airspace, or perhaps bands of armed militias overruling the police and civil authorities in border areas of disputed territory.

    From the little bit I saw on videos and press photos, it did not appear that the Haitians were yet acting on their Second Amendment rights to restrain Federal authority even if they did have bare arms, or that they were trying to take territory by armed force.

    It looked like they were all too ready to surrender to the United States.

    Anyway I see that the bridge encampment has now been totally cleared, so whether that means that the US cavalry has been successful in driving back the Haitians to the other side of the river, I don’t know.

    What would George Washington have done?

  17. JimDandy says:
    @JohnnyWalker123

    Man, I wonder how many Italian restaurants have quietly removed that photo from their walls in the last few years.

  18. anon[102] • Disclaimer says:

    Bill Gates is probably going to use one of his non-profits to help Africans be healthier and prevent about nine-tenths of their expected pregnancies. He is paying to have research performed that will allow for vegetables and mosquitos gift people with vaccination so it will require no effort on their part.

    • Replies: @Barnard
  19. @J.Ross

    People of mestizo heritage can easily be mistaken for Chinese due to having straight black hair and slanted eyes.

    However you can usually pick out the Mexican women because they are the ones preparing tortillas rather than noodles.

  20. WJ says:
    @JohnnyWalker123

    What does this have to do with the original post? I’ll answer for you. I DGAF about Cuomo but I greatly care about the invasion.

    • Agree: Catdog
  21. Escher says:

    The US had only one Haitian-American band. Don’t you people want more “Fugees”?

  22. The photographer say sthat what was going on in his pictures has been totally misconstrued. Border Patrol agents were not “whipping” the invaders. It matters not to our media. “You supply the pictures, we’ll supply the race war” is their motto.

    The news media is truly the enemy of the people.

    https://www.zerohedge.com/political/it-never-happened-photographer-who-took-viral-border-patrol-whipping-photo-says-nobody

    • Agree: Hangnail Hans, Right_On, Thea
  23. Anon[164] • Disclaimer says:
    @Buzz Mohawk

    “God bless the men of Texas”

    Why? They are utterly failing here and have failed in similar ways for decades. Texas has been majority nonwhite since 2005.

    Oh, but they look cool in a frame. Let the civil war begin!!!
    *squish*
    Result: US Federal government victory (AGAIN!!!)

    • Agree: 3g4me
    • Replies: @IHTG
  24. @Buzz Mohawk

    Does this bring us any closer to “civil” war?

    Did you see the soy’d up numale who wants to go door to door in the Project Veritas clip?

    Or the Fedtwinks at the Justice 4 J6 gheyop?

    If that’s the opposition…CW2 is going to be endless fun….

    • Agree: Ed Case
    • Replies: @Brutusale
  25. Wilkey says:

    This is Joe Biden’s “The Border Patrol acted stupidly” moment. Expect a beer or tequila summit any day now.

    It’s interesting that the press has made far more of a Border Patrol officer riding a horse than they have of a Capitol Police officer murdering a protestor. Has Crazy Uncle Joe had anything to say about that?

    • Agree: Old Prude
  26. @J.Ross

    Black woman assaults Mexican woman, under the wrong impression that the Mexican is Chinese.

    That abuela simply needs to alert the multiple Latino gangs operating the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.

    They’ll clean the situation up right quick.

  27. Goatweed says:

    Put the Army and the Marines on the border.

    • Replies: @JMcG
    , @3g4me
  28. The problem with “illegals” coming here is the same as that of native-borns/legals already here: They become instantly eligible for all sorts of taxpayer-funded freebies, including public education and primary care at county ERs.

    Horse whip them all, and send them back across el Mar Atlantico.

    • Agree: Mrwolf
  29. Goatweed says:

    If boats are used to block fords in the river, that will slow down the invaders.

    Texas needs to put their troops in front of the feds.

  30. Those men on those horses are actual MEN. Biden is a demon from the depths of hell itself.

  31. I am totally confused. Why do leftists hate horses? How do they want Border Patrol agents to chase foreign invaders? Bicycle? Helicopter? Air balloon?

  32. Later, Jen Psaki, the White House press secretary, added that the president was not “prejudging” the outcome of the investigation.

    Imagine if Jen Psaki were to be replaced by Martha Pskowski, the El Paso reporter who helped expose the whipping-Haitians fraud.

    How many syllables is “Pskowski” to a Pole? To a Georgian, it’s two. Or even one.

  33. @Hypnotoad666

    I am totally confused. Why do leftists hate horses?

    How do they want Border Patrol agents to chase foreign invaders?

    Dress them to confuse critics:

    • Replies: @D. K.
    , @Expletive Deleted
  34. D. K. says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    Horses are one thing that Gig Young did not shoot.

  35. Dube says:
    @Buzz Mohawk

    They must pay. Vaxx the Remingtons and mask Duke Wayne.

  36. Is the current American elite prepared to deal with this

    Are you really suggesting our current elite wouldn’t destroy the country if that’s what it takes to harm white people? I don’t think they’re trying to “manage” it in the way you think.

    • Agree: Nicholas Stix
  37. @AnotherDad

    The term “minoritarianism” adds nothing. You’re either pro-White or anti-White.

    • Disagree: Abolish_public_education
    • Replies: @ziggurat
  38. Pericles says:
    @JohnnyWalker123

    Chris Cuomo: Based?

    I read an article on the third photo — alas, the bookmark seems to be lost in a sea of bookmarks — written by the woman being catcalled. What is not apparent from the picture is that she professed she was loving the attention, and that what is shown in the photograph is her second lap. For what it’s worth.

    • Replies: @Pericles
  39. Anonymous[173] • Disclaimer says:

    Of course, if a group of white trespassers, any group of white trespassers were being rounded up by men on horseback it would be perfectly OK and unremarked upon.

    Similarly the summary execution – cold blooded murder – of Ashli Babbitt , which has uncomfortable parallels with the famous summary execution in South Vietnam in the 1960s, is cheered on as ‘good’ and ‘deserved’ by the same people.

    On another note, remember that old 1970s ‘Planet of the Apes’ TV series which habitually featured apes on horseback rounding up humans with nets?

    • Replies: @Sean
    , @AceDeuce
    , @Mrwolf
  40. Pericles says:
    @Pericles

    Turns out the article was in the NYT

    Ms. Orkin snapped Ms. Allen twice walking that testosterone-charged gantlet. The first time, Ms. Orkin told The New York Times in 1979, Ms. Allen “clutched at herself and looked terribly frightened.”
    “I told her to walk by the second time, ‘as if it’s killing you but you’re going to make it,’” she said.

    The final shot, “American Girl in Italy,” captured Ms. Allen with her head tilted slightly up, her eyes cast a bit down and her right hand holding onto her sweater. For the rest of her life she insisted that she had been enjoying herself and had not felt harassed. Indeed, she said, she had imagined herself as Beatrice in Dante’s “The Divine Comedy,” striding past the men with dignity, refusing them her glance.

    “The last thing you would do would be to look them in the eye and smile,” she said in an interview with The Guardian in 2015. “I did not want to encourage them. This image has been interpreted in a sinister way, but it was quite the opposite. They were having fun, and so was I.”

    Both women insisted that they had come upon the men at the piazza serendipitously, and that nothing had been posed.

    https://archive.ph/XNYh6

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
  41. Kamala Harris talks exactly like Angela Merkel spoke in 2015: Obscene scenes at the borders which we don’t want to see – – – -feelings while watching TV news trump principles (rationality, reasoning, national interests).

    Here is the Kamala-Harris video with her comment on the border patrol – which is spooky because the emotions she bases her arguments on are obviously beyond her control – she is caught in a trap between cynism and emotionalism, which makes her look – weird!

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/09/weird-kamala-harris-giggles-comparing-phony-us-border-patrol-agents-horses-times-slavery-video/

    • Replies: @El Dato
  42. @Pericles

    It was planned between the photographer and the model. She walked twice around the same block to fire up the men and the second time the Italian men were agog.

    The American model later married an Italian man.

    • Replies: @JimDandy
    , @Wokechoke
  43. Altai says:

    You said on the campaign trail that you were going to restore the moral standing of the U.S

    I think it’s funny that the supposed cosmopolitan American journalists think it’s enforcement of immigration controls that has or did ruin American’s standing in the world rather than the whole neocon wars thing. (The thing Trump was against and they went into conniptions about)

    The journos never realise that the only foreigners they talk to are… immigrants to the US. And, there are a lot more foreigners who aren’t. And the most important and influential ones have no desire to emigrate to the US.

  44. @Wilkey

    Agreed, Wilkey. Thousands of times more Americans know the name Derek Chauvin than know the name Michael Leroy Byrd.

    Beer summit or not, this BS narrative is just another blow to the morale of the Border Patrol officers. Biden could get guys fired or disband the horse-mounted unit, who knows? It’s no fun working in a position in which you are hindered from doing your actual job by the higher-ups.

    Governor Abbot could have sent the Texas National Guard down there, a move that would be popular with his citizens and Conservative around the country. I wonder what’s holding him back.

  45. Anonymous[313] • Disclaimer says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    No politician wants a BLM/antifa riot outside their home, threatening their family, like happened to the mayors of Seattle and Portland.

  46. Dumbo says:

    I don’t get it. It appears that the “Biden” administration is deporting (most of) them, but then it also says it’s an outrage that they are being deported in a bad way, of something. Politicians always want to have the cake and eat it, too.

    Either they deport them, or not. Either the federal government takes all of the Haitians in, or lets the Texas cowboys ride them out.

    The pretence that there is some kind of outrage at their treatment is idiotic.

    It’s simply not who we are.

    I never got the meaning of this popular sentence. I think it means, “dindu nuffin”. You always hear it when there is some bad optics and you want to deflect blame.

    • Replies: @El Dato
  47. @2BR

    Exactly what I’ve been saying. In fact, I think the whole reason the Biden Administration decided to draw the line here is that they realize that a flood of Haitians is going to be deeply unpopular with the usually blue voting border Hispanics.

    • Replies: @John Johnson
  48. El Dato says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    I’m looking forward to the first time a border patrol agent and his whole family is blown sky-high by a drone-launched missile. That’s generally what comes after “they have to pay”, right?

  49. JMcG says:
    @Goatweed

    It might take a few decades, but they’ll be there soon enough. To keep us from leaving.

  50. Jiminy says:

    The only thing missing from that lead photo is the ranger should be wearing a poorly made 1970’s gorilla suit. Why not round up the possible terrorists with a couple of Apache helicopters. That will send a message across to the rest of them.

  51. Sean says:
    @Anonymous

    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/b/b4/Jross_baughman_rhodesia_pulitzer02.jpg/220px-Jross_baughman_rhodesia_pulitzer02.jpg

    A photo depicting a member of the Grey’s Scouts {Rhodesian unit] about to use a noose to drag a prisoner behind his horse was among those that won J. Ross Baughman the 1978 Pulitzer Prize in Feature Photography.

    • Replies: @El Dato
  52. IHTG says:
    @Anon

    How much do you know about the demographic composition of the Border Patrol?

    • Replies: @Buzz Mohawk
  53. El Dato says:
    @Dumbo

    You always hear it when there is some bad optics and you want to deflect blame.

    No, you use when you have identified a black sheep and can now proceed to accuse him/her of witchcraft.

    Karen: “That black guy raped my dog and then set fire to my garage so I had to chase him out of there. I don’t care if he was mashed by a SUV when trying to cross the street.”
    Bluecheck: “That’s simply not WHO WE ARE!”

    Also:

    ‘They won’t ask questions on point’: Biden tells PM Modi not to answer to US press that ‘behaves’ worse than Indian media

    Okay Biden.

    • Replies: @Sick of Orcs
  54. El Dato says:
    @Sean

    But what was the speed of the horse when dragging occurred? Context!

  55. @Harry Baldwin

    What could be more racist than a wall, though? I’ll tell you what: whatever the next thing you think of to protect this country, that’s what.

  56. @JimDandy

    Photos and videos are how we make policy now. They’ve been searching for the best “dead baby on the beach” photo to use for our southern border, and “cowboys whipping negroes” almost worked.

    “Trump’s assault on the dignity of immigrant communities.”

    That was a reporter describing feeble attempts by the last admin to stanch the flood. You don’t want to be like that, do you Mr President?

    • Agree: Achmed E. Newman
    • Thanks: Buffalo Joe
  57. Bill B. says:

    The most disturbing thing to me about the whip photo is that the Haitians seemed to be carrying nothing but box-lunches. What the hell is going on?

    • Replies: @El Dato
  58. Blodgie says:

    Attention dipshits who run the border patrol and let this PR fiasco happen: we live in a world of emotion.

    How the fuck did you think it would look having cowboys rounding up blacks on horseback?

    Perception is everything.

    • Troll: Achmed E. Newman
    • Replies: @Ben tillman
  59. AceDeuce says:
    @Anonymous

    Predictable as the sunrise in the morning.

    Besides the “slabery” comments from the kniggbos about this, other kniggs and YT cucks, including all the Hank Hill naïve cuckservatives, are bringing up Bull Connor regarding this. Then other cuckservatives are all like “Bull Connor was a Democrat, don’tcha’know?”

    What a bunch of BS. I’d much rather live next to Bull Connor than George Floyd, that’s for sure. Hell, I’d rather have Connor as my neighbor than MLK.

    P.S. If the shoe was on the other foot, the kniggs would wildly cheer YT getting whipped for real.

    The thing to do is just say F U to them and just do what needs doing. They only submit to force.

    • Agree: Achmed E. Newman
  60. WHY isn’t this fake president in prison in the Hague for crimes against humanity (murdering innocent people)? How much longer will REAL Americans put up with this low IQ fraud?

  61. Flip says:

    We would have been better off if Bernie Sanders had been elected.

    • Replies: @Buffalo Joe
  62. @Hapalong Cassidy

    Exactly what I’ve been saying. In fact, I think the whole reason the Biden Administration decided to draw the line here is that they realize that a flood of Haitians is going to be deeply unpopular with the usually blue voting border Hispanics.

    I think Democrats like Biden find the subject of Haiti to be deeply uncomfortable and want them out of mind. At the very least he doesn’t want 100k of them showing up and demanding they be placed in Democrat cities.

    Kind of hard to keep the message that race doesn’t exist when the Bantu have turned half an island into an African hellhole.

    Haiti is the ultimate petri dish. Democrats of the past have loathed talking about it. I think they have a subconscious fear of the implications. In interviews you can see the discomfort in their eyes. They want the public to see Black computer hackers in TV shows and not half starving Bantu that are trying to flee a 100% Bantu managed island.

  63. Mrwolf says:
    @Harry Baldwin

    Land mines are more effective.

  64. Mrwolf says:
    @Anonymous

    Planet of the apes in reverse, the apes are now doing the running!

  65. Travis says:
    @AnotherDad

    The future belongs to those who show up. Whites are not reproducing and thus will not be relevant in the near future. More and more whites have family members who are non-white. 10% of whites have non-white children, 20% of Whites have Non-white grandchildren. This is one reason it would be difficult to form a White nation within the United States. If whites wanted to live in a white state they can still do it today, move to a state which is still 95% white. Move to Maine, which is still 96% white. Yet even if Maine was allowed to separate from the US not many whites would relocate to Maine. Maybe 100,000 Whites would move to a White autonomous state if it was allowed to exist. Most whites have no desire to announce to the world that they are racist and prefer to live among whites only, although most whites in fact do spend vast amounts of money to live in white areas away from Blacks and Hispanics.

    Maine would be the ideal state to annex for a White nation, since it is already 96% White, has a large coast, plenty of unused land and a decent infrastructure and only borders one state (New Hampshire, another White state). It also borders Canada which helps enable international trade. The cold weather also helps keep out many non-whites.

    If such an autonomous state was allowed to exist how many Whites would relocate to Maine to form a White nation ? There are only 85 million Whites under the age of 40. How many would be willing to move to a White autonomous state ? Most of the young whites in America are progressives who voted for Biden. Maybe 5% of whites would be sympathetic to a white state. But at most maybe 100,000 would move to a white state to build a white nation, few college educated whites will give up their careers and risk moving to a White nation. But even if just 100,000 White Nationalists moved to Maine they could start the foundation of a White nation and immediately have a political influence by electing a White nationalist Governor and congressmen. If 100,000 White nationalists moved to Maine and they had large families Maine could grow to 5 million Whites in a few decades.

    • Troll: Catdog
  66. FPD72 says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Governor Abbot could have sent the Texas National Guard down there, a move that would be popular with his citizens and Conservative around the country. I wonder what’s holding him back.

    He hasn’t spoken on the topic, so we can only speculate. Perhaps he’s afraid that Biden will federalize the troops like Eisenhower did in Little Rock, actually using the troops to further open borders objectives or simply having state actions barred by a US district judge.

    • Replies: @3g4me
  67. TWS says:

    The border patrol should resign. Let the management try doing the job

  68. LOL. A “country” that won’t defend its territorial or cultural integrity and prosecutes anybody who attempts to.

  69. @Jonathan Mason

    Congratulations, you have won the prize for being the biggest shit-for-brains writing on the internet today.

    • Agree: David In TN, TWS
    • Replies: @WJ
  70. Barnard says:
    @anon

    After the divorce we will see how both Bill and Melinda approach Africa separately. Melinda seemed especially concerned with lowering birthrates, although she did it motivated by the idea of female empowerment, I suspect Bill may have supported her concerned by the idea of living in a world with 4 billion Africans, but who really knows?

  71. Anonymous[251] • Disclaimer says:

    Has there been any talk in Texas of open rebellion against “our USA President” and more importantly against the GOP Texas establishment of the current do nothing governor and George W Bush?

    How can former Texas Governor George W Bush get away with doing a book tour with Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg basically celebrating open borders and the Great Replacement of our people with the likes of COVID, Ebola infected Haitian migrant invaders?

    What are regular Texans doing and thinking about this?

    Are they too busy worshipping NFL Negro Felon League thugs?

  72. tyrone says:
    @Buzz Mohawk

    That picture makes me want to smoke a Marlboro cigarette.

  73. Bill says:
    @Anon

    What problems to solve? TPTB have the US just the way they like it.

  74. Somsel says:

    Just checked but now the continent of Africa is a net food importer.

    That could be good or that could be bad.

    It’s good if Africans are now making more money and can now eat more protein and Swiss chocolates and lychee nuts.

    It’s bad if Africans now need to import gruel and cornmeal to feed their large families.

    Worst if they get the currency to import more gruel and cornmeal from gifts from Bill Gates and the Ford Foundation and the US taxpayer.

  75. ic1000 says:
    @Jonathan Mason

    Jonathan Mason, have you heard of this book called “Camp of the Saints”? If it’s too long (or depressing), even familiarizing yourself with a plot synopsis would suffice.

    You don’t have to agree with everything you read, but sometimes knowing more about your correspondents’ concerns can help you sharpen your arguments.

    • Agree: Hibernian, ziggurat
  76. What is triggering the Left is the image of white men on horseback. It evokes cowboy/frontier/male authority. Our feminized culture reacts emotionally to these images with no rational brain filtering involved. This mentality now rules in the media, in Congress, in the universities, and most of our civic institutions.
    Liberal women and feminized liberal men believe this propaganda because they have sensitive, hurt feelings, and their heads, instead of housing a critical thinking machine, contain only a few simple belief dogmas.

  77. Luke Lea says:

    If you draw back from this intense focus on what is happening at the border and look through a moral lense at the situation in Haiti as a whole—a country in a century old, never ending, always losing struggle against poverty and disorder—the conclusion you draw is that such immigrants should never be granted asylum in the US or any other advanced country. They represent the most successful, most enterprising segments of the native population, a minority that can actually afford plane tickets to get out of the country. In other words the very kind of people who are in such short supply in their own native land, upon which any functioning economy, let alone a real democracy, depends.

    The last I read there was not a single Haitian with a college degree still living in Haiti. They have all moved to the United States and other developed countries, places that arguably have a surplus of human capital. If anything the flow of migration should flow in the opposite direction if we truly care about the greatest happiness for the greatest number, not only in Haiti but throughout Africa as a whole.

    Which is to say we need a new kind of colonialism but under a different name. Maybe the world’s big multinational corporations, or even China, could be the engine for such a reverse transfer of human capital. For without it there is little hope of stemming the human tide that Steve is rightfully so worried about.

    Put another way, what is needed is a complete moral reformation in the way we think about this problem in the West. But that will take real leadership, meaning statesmen of a caliber we haven’t seen in quite a long time.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  78. magila says:
    @Anonymous

    Mark D. Naison was born in 1946 in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn, New York. As the only child of Jewish intellectuals (both schoolteachers),

    Every. Single. Time. We should have made them stay with the Cossacks.

  79. El Dato says:
    @Dieter Kief

    caught in a trap between cynism and emotionalism

    I like that.

  80. Dube says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Governor Abbot could have sent the Texas National Guard down there, a move that would be popular with his citizens and Conservative around the country. I wonder what’s holding him back.

    The president could act to federalize the Guard. Such an act might be disputed, but the mess might better be avoided. See this quick search for U.S. Code § 12406 – National Guard in Federal service:

    Whenever—

    (1) the United States, or any of the Commonwealths or possessions, is invaded or is in danger of invasion by a foreign nation;

    (2) there is a rebellion or danger of a rebellion against the authority of the Government of the United States; or

    (3) the President is unable with the regular forces to execute the laws of the United States;
    the President may call into Federal service members and units of the National Guard of any State in such numbers as he considers necessary to repel the invasion, suppress the rebellion, or execute those laws. Orders for these purposes shall be issued through the governors of the States or, in the case of the District of Columbia, through the commanding general of the National Guard of the District of Columbia.

  81. Anonymous[264] • Disclaimer says:
    @2BR

    In the beginning of this video of the recent ruckus, the border patrol agents appear to have Mexican accents.

    • Replies: @Brutusale
  82. Anonymous[173] • Disclaimer says:
    @Luke Lea

    Colonization of the third world was the biggest mistake Europeans ever made in their millennia old history. Hell, you still have Arabs, subcons, blacks moaning and moaning and moaning their heads off here at the Unz Review about colonialism.

    Any self respecting white who *really* *seriously* advocates any form of neo colonialism as a way to ‘save’ the third world, from themselves the third worlders, presumably must be insane.

    • Replies: @John Johnson
  83. Whiskey says: • Website

    Steve, Steve, Steve —

    You have to drop the boomer naivete. Our rulers HATE YOU AND WANT YOU DEAD. So yes they want most of Africa here. In fact, it is the plan. It is not bwahahahaha something dreamed up by President Psaki or Biden in his senile moments. Its just flocking behavior.

    The plan, invite every Haitian and African they can into this country. Point them at Whitey and get them to go all OJ. Which is easy, its the dream pretty much of every Basketball American to get Whitey. And the dream of of those like Susan Sontag who argue that “the White race is a cancer on human history.”

    Then, sell out to China and move to New Zealand or Switzerland. That’s it. That’s the whole plan. Having most of Africa and Haiti here is the plan. Its what the rulers want. They don’t fear voting — they can fraud all they want everywhere and anywhere. Elections are as much a sham as they were in Saddam’s Iraq or Putin’s Russia. Unlimited fraud and a compliant media means they have no fear of anyone.

    EVERYONE who actually matters in power, be it Woke Milley or Lloyd Austin or Psaki or Biden hates you and wants you dead. For your (White) skin color and your genetic evil and blood guilt of everything bad. That is the reality. You cannot change it. They will act on it. They are acting on it. The plan is not for camps and round ups and things like that, but Rwanda times 1000. With prety much all Whites (and many Latinos “White Adjacent”) dead they can sell out to China like they want to. Gen Milley works for Xi more than us and says “China is not the enemy.” He sure thinks White people are the enemy. This is not hard to understand.

    They hate you and want you dead. Just accept that as fact and plan accordingly.

  84. JimDandy says:
    @Steve Sailer

    Wow, that’s great context, thanks. That chick was an excellent actress. Every time I’d see that photo I’d briefly go back and forth over whether or not it really was candid, and that expression on her face made me think it probably was.

  85. @Wilkey

    The Border Patrol just needs to start using drone strikes instead, apparently all you have to do is call them “righteous” and there are no consequences.

  86. @IHTG

    Exactly.

    Hispanics have been a big part of our American population along the southern border since forever, since before this was a nation. As you imply, there are many Hispanic border patrol agents. They are Americans, and they don’t want invaders to come in any more than anyone else does.

    The commenter simply wants to deny the sheer beauty and symbolism of what those men in Texas are doing right now. He is committing the logical fallacy of implying that just because The Men of Texas have not been very successful at stopping invasion across their border until now, that they somehow cannot or are not willing to now.

    The fact is, those Texas men have, mostly until now, gone along with the federal government when it comes to the southern border that their Republic shares with the United States.

    What I see is a change in attitude in Texas among those with perhaps the power to do something about it.

    Only in 19th Century history could I have imagined such a thing happening, but it is happening now. Texas (as well as the rest of our country) is being invaded from Mexico.

    I have never before seen Texas men on horseback fighting back invaders from Mexico.

    I am all for it, and yes, I think optics matter.

    • LOL: 3g4me
  87. Mr. Anon says:

    Reporter: “You said on the campaign trail that you were going to restore the moral standing of the U.S., that you were going to immediately end Trump’s assault on the dignity of immigrant communities. Given what we saw at the border this week, have you failed in that promise, and this is happening under your watch, do you take responsibility for the chaos that’s unfolding?”

    What a neutral, unbiased, disinterested question, huh? Somebody who was really unbised might have questioned whether or not Trump really was waging an “assault on the dignity of immigrant communities”.

    State media.

    Biden: “It’s outrageous. I promise you, those people will pay. They will be, an investigation underway now, and there will be consequences. There will be consequences. It’s an embarrassment, but it’s beyond an embarrassment. It’s dangerous. It’s wrong. It sends the wrong message around the world. It sends the wrong message at home. It’s simply not who we are.”

    One could not imagine a better description of Joe Biden than “dangerous embarrassment”. He’s a hollow, empty, nothing of a man. A mere puppet. There is nothing that Joey Cones won’t say if it’s whispered into his earphone by his handlers.

  88. Wokechoke says:
    @Buzz Mohawk

    They took down the equestrian statues of bronze and brass and lo n behold the flesh and blood came back.

    • Agree: Buzz Mohawk
    • LOL: J.Ross
  89. @Jonathan Mason

    From the little bit I saw on videos and press photos, it did not appear that the Haitians were yet acting on their Second Amendment rights to restrain Federal authority even if they did have bare arms, or that they were trying to take territory by armed force.

    Hey Mason, I was just watching a DVD of “A Call to Spy” and was delighted to see an embedded insult to the modern UK Gun Controller:


    [3:39]

    The actual advertisement only appeared in America:

    That’s a great dig at you guys!!!

  90. Wokechoke says:
    @Steve Sailer

    It’s like Lee and Stuart or even Prince Rupert of the Rhine returned in flesh n blood.

  91. Wokechoke says:

    Yippee kayyo muggafuggers

  92. Ignoring Fraudsident Fkface is the best policy.

    The Governor of TX (do governors take an oath to defend their states?) should issue a standing order to shoot border invaders, at least until the Wall is built and landmines set in place.

    No state wishing to continue existing should tolerate demographic terrorism.

    • Agree: GeneralRipper
  93. @Reg Cæsar

    Now you’re getting it.
    Magic coats of scarlet.
    They really work.

    • Replies: @Right_On
  94. WJ says:
    @Che Blutarsky

    He has a regular habit for being the biggest shit for brains on Unz/

  95. El Dato says:
    @Bill B.

    I don’t know but do you remember the immigrants being “gassed” at the wall during the times of Trumpenprez? Photos showing a swarthy lady manhandling two fair-skinned kids looking suspiciously borrowed, the tear gas canister about 30m away and at least three unrelated photo shoots going on in the background trying to capture staged events of migrants massively storming the wall?

    • Replies: @Bill B.
  96. Mr. Anon says:
    @Jonathan Mason

    Anyway I see that the bridge encampment has now been totally cleared, so whether that means that the US cavalry has been successful in driving back the Haitians to the other side of the river, I don’t know.

    It means they were dispersed into the interior of the United States, you prating nitwit, and will soon be enriching America with all that time-proven Haitian wonderfulness.

    I will say this for them, however. I would sooner welcome any one of them into this country before I would welcome you, you asshat.

  97. J.Ross says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    It’s Abbott, so probably the same thing holding him back every other time.

  98. @Anonymous

    TwoOneEight, so that would include obama’s two term and the children in cages. But that won’t be pointed out.

  99. Brutusale says:
    @The Wild Geese Howard

    Is it me, or does it seem that many of Project Veritas gotcha videos have this sort of flaming Cluster B soiboi as the subject?

  100. @Hypnotoad666

    Hypno, no liberals actually love horses as demonstrated by mayor di blasio banning carriage rides in NYC. Never mind that prople lost jobs and the horses are now probably the glue that holds some woman’s hair in place.

    • Agree: Hibernian
  101. @Flip

    Flip, interesting thought, but Bernie folded before the primaries were over. Apparently the black women of South Carolina determined that joe b would be our next POTUS.

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
  102. El Dato says:
    @Joe Stalin

    Can I put that up in the Londonistans without getting arrested?

  103. Brutusale says:
    @Anonymous

    I used to believe some uneducated things about Texas Hispanics…until I actually met some.

    A few years ago I went to a September MLB game at Fenway Park with my friend, the lone survivor of my old season ticket group. The Red \$ox were playing the Houston Astros, and I was shocked at how well the Houston fans turned out in Boston.

    I met my friend at a tavern around the corner from the ballpark that is owned by a gym buddy of mine. As we were drinking and catching up pregame, I noticed that the majority of people in the bar were Astros fans. Quite a few were of obvious Hispanic extraction. I started talking to some of them; to a man they were polite and respectful gentlemen (being an old Anglo grayhair, I got a lot of “Sirs”). Most of them identified as Houston area cops, firefighters, and, yes, Border Patrol officers; a lot of them were indistinguishable from the Texas stereotype, sporting cowboy boots and belt buckles the size of dinner plates. They were there to follow their team, visit an old and hallowed ballpark, and enjoy themselves.

    Postgame, we were back at the tavern and most of the same Astros fans were, too. My buddy the owner was there, wearing his 2004 World Series Championship ring from when he worked for the \$ox. That ring starred in about fifty selfies, and I think a beer appeared in front of me after each shot. Good thing I took the T to the game!

    These guys talked about being 3rd/4th generation Texans. The state’s culture has created a group far at odds with what I’ve read about 3rd/4th generation California Mexicans.

    • Replies: @2BR
  104. Right_On says:
    @Joe Stalin

    Good spot!

    A Brit (a private enthusiast) was recently convicted for having a collection of unlicensed firearms. It was actually a pretty impressive hoard: revolvers, automatics, semi-auto rifles, ammo, . . . He’d achieved this feat by getting an agreeable arms dealer in the US to dismantle the weapons and ship over each gun part separately.

    I had to admire his dedication.

    Today, in the UK, it’s illegal to even sell a truncheon.

  105. These guys talked about being 3rd/4th generation Texans. The state’s culture has created a group far at odds with what I’ve read about 3rd/4th generation California Mexicans.

    I can explain this phenomenon.

    The difference is that California Mexicans are coddled and patronized by guilt ridden liberals. This leads to the assumption that Whites are weak and they react just as a beta dog would that doesn’t respect the alpha.

    In the South the Hispanics are a lot different. They respect Whites with a spine and especially the rednecks.

    Mexicans both male and female prefer manly men and a preponderance of weak White liberals puts them at odds with society. They look down on effeminate men that try to please them.

    I remember someone in LA saying that he would take 10 Mexicans for every White liberal he could send back to NYC. At the time I thought he was crazy but now I understand. Mexicans cause far fewer problems when liberals aren’t around. You can see this by simply driving from Arizona to LA. The closer you get to LA the more you will see the Vato wannabe gangster types. In the small towns on the way you will see Mexicans working with the Whites.

  106. Right_On says:
    @Expletive Deleted

    Sadly, not too long after Rorke’s Drift, a column of British Redcoats was decimated by Boer sharpshooters. After that, the Brits switched to boring khaki.

    Those scarlet tunics may make the ladies swoon, but they’re also a gift to snipers.

    By the way: if you’re not fluent in Zulu, the film’s warriors are actually chanting, “Hands up! Don’t shoot!”

    • LOL: JMcG, TWS
    • Replies: @TWS
  107. 2BR says:
    @Brutusale

    Hispanics on the border, in the Valley, who have been here for generations are similar to Italians. Their brothers and sons serve in the military and the border patrol. They do not call themselves Mexicans. They do not like Haitians or any other group crossing over into their communities. And the men all know the difference between a whip and a rein. Biden has really insulted them. If the GOP had any brains they would pounce. On the other hand, I bet George W. Bush will come agreeing with Biden.

  108. @Anonymous

    Colonization of the third world was the biggest mistake Europeans ever made in their millennia old history. Hell, you still have Arabs, subcons, blacks moaning and moaning and moaning their heads off here at the Unz Review about colonialism.

    Colonization was never the problem. The problem was never having a long term plan for Africa and then WW2 left the question unresolved.

    We would have had to deal with the third world one way or another. They would have adopted Western technologies that allowed their birth rates to increase while being unable to fully develop.

    The only real mitigation solutions needed to be implemented before WW2. Whites today are heavily indoctrinated and still hold out for globalist idealism. Both Christians and liberals have a very hard time with the idea of a country not being able to fully develop on their own. For both the idea is too unfair to be conceivable.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @Bill Jones
  109. ziggurat says:
    @Jonathan Mason

    Mass immigration is about “white erasure”, not about economic hardships or people “fleeing” anything.

    These border-crossers are just opportunists, who took advantage of the Biden team’s “open borders” policy, along with support by various aid groups and Big Media.

    Suppose we had only these 2 options (though a 3rd unstated option is my preference):
    1) Let anyone in, from anywhere, in any numbers
    2) Shoot anyone who illegally crosses the border

    If that were the case, I’d choose #2. The border crossing would stop right away and discourage any other attempts to make the arduous, rape-filled, child-dehydrating, expensive journey through cartel-controlled territory. It may even save lives in the long run.

    If we choose #1, then we will soon have a “Camp of the Saints” scenario, which will result in the erasure of all the great nations of European descent. There will be no trace of whites or anything they built within a 100 years.

    Of course, the SPLC says that’s crazy talk:

    Ryan Lenz, a senior investigative reporter for the SPLC, notes that “[t]he premise of Camp of the Saints plays directly into that idea of white genocide. It is the idea that through immigration, if it’s left unchecked, the racial character and content of a culture can be undermined to the point of oblivion.”

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Camp_of_the_Saints

    But the “racial character and content of a culture” has already been mostly obliterated due to mass immigration in many parts of Western nations. Just look at what has happened in California. So goes California, so goes the West.

    Enoch Powell’s speech in 1968 is still relevant today. I’m quoting just the first part below, because it deals with the political challenge of persuading the public to take painful actions today in order to repel any novel sort of future loss, however inevitable, all-encompassing, permanent, and devastating.

    [MORE]

    The supreme function of statesmanship is to provide against preventable evils. In seeking to do so, it encounters obstacles which are deeply rooted in human nature.

    One is that by the very order of things such evils are not demonstrable until they have occurred: at each stage in their onset there is room for doubt and for dispute whether they be real or imaginary.

    By the same token, they attract little attention in comparison with current troubles, which are both indisputable and pressing: whence the besetting temptation of all politics to concern itself with the immediate present at the expense of the future.

    Above all, people are disposed to mistake predicting troubles for causing troubles and even for desiring troubles: “If only,” they love to think, “if only people wouldn’t talk about it, it probably wouldn’t happen.”

    Perhaps this habit goes back to the primitive belief that the word and the thing, the name and the object, are identical.

    At all events, the discussion of future grave but, with effort now, avoidable evils is the most unpopular and at the same time the most necessary occupation for the politician. Those who knowingly shirk it deserve, and not infrequently receive, the curses of those who come after.

    http://www.emersonkent.com/speeches/rivers_of_blood.htm

    • Agree: AceDeuce
  110. ziggurat says:
    @RichardTaylor

    The “minoritarianism” will give way to “majoritarianism” as soon as whites become a minority, just as in South Africa.

    Thus, “anti-whiteism” is a more apt term to describe our current cage, soon-to-be kill box.

    • Agree: El Dato, AceDeuce
    • Thanks: RichardTaylor
    • Replies: @Nicholas Stix
  111. 3g4me says:
    @Goatweed

    @27 Goatweed: Excellent idea. They can hand out teddy bears and rainbow t-shirts for all. A global force for good/diversity, you know.

    • LOL: Achmed E. Newman
    • Replies: @CCZ
  112. 3g4me says:
    @FPD72

    @67 FPD72: Abbott’s a pissant, who does things gauged on publicity and photo ops. He loves signing executive orders and/or laws without any hope of enforcement, as long as they sound good. Besides, he and every other Texas repuke welcomes the immivaders. They’ve given them in-state tuition and make life as easy as possible for them here. Don’t be fooled by the old slogans about messing with Texas. It’s less than half White and rapidly turning purple.

  113. Ragno says:

    Ordinarily, this is where I’d say “if there’s an true, genuine Manchurian Candidate out there, would you for God’s sake PLEASE pass the time by playing a little solitaire already!”….. but God forbid I don’t want to run the slightest risk of Trump & Melania getting clipped at Burt Reynolds’ Dinner Theater.

  114. @Anonymous

    ‘…* Mark D. Naison was born in 1946 in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn, New York. As the only child of Jewish intellectuals (both schoolteachers)…’

    Who’da thought?

    • Replies: @CCZ
  115. @Buffalo Joe

    ‘Flip, interesting thought, but Bernie folded before the primaries were over. Apparently the black women of South Carolina determined that joe b would be our next POTUS.’

    Bernie did always fold at the right time, didn’t he?

    Porfirio Diaz used to have an opponent like that. You know, technically Diaz was never a dictator.

    • Replies: @Wielgus
  116. Mrwolf says:

    Ending this unarmed Invasion from the third world. Landmine the Southern border, then use Viet Nam era choppers with Vulcan mini guns to patrol the area. Some of the never versions of the mini gun can process six thousand illegals a minute. Far more effective than men on horseback who are not permitted to defend the nation by shooting these third world invaders on sight.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  117. Anonymous[249] • Disclaimer says:

    OT – is Wikipedia introducing a NEW censorship/tracking mechanism?

    Some pages seem extremely slow in showing up (using the same ISP and PC system) then a few days ago?

  118. Anonymous[347] • Disclaimer says:
    @John Johnson

    Why the ‘dealing’ with third world ‘one way or another’?

    This is an exploded fallacy, a fallacy exploded since at least the time of Adam Smith in the 18th century.
    Trade is one of mankind’s greatest ever inventions. The only thing the third world has to offer the west is natural resources, materials etc, the actual third world people themselves are completely irrelevant to this very rational calculus, in so far as they gather these resources.
    Surely, the third wielders desperately want all the gadgets, geegaws and appurtenances of modern life, thus producing ample scope for trade

  119. Wielgus says:
    @Colin Wright

    Well, Starmer in the UK has “fake opposition” written all over him.

  120. Bill B. says:
    @El Dato

    TPTB must be getting lazy. “Here’s your lunchbox. Now go and be oppressed for the cameras.”

  121. @Blodgie

    Using horses looks 100% normal to almost everyone.

    • Replies: @Brutusale
  122. “These people will pay”.

    Why is he so evil? Because he neither gives a sh-t about Haitians or Americans.

  123. @J.Ross

    Black woman assaults Mexican woman, under the wrong impression that the Mexican is Chinese.

    Thanks for the laugh.
    Remember 85 is the average, It’s turtles all the way down from there.

  124. @John Johnson

    I was in The Gambia back in the ’80’s and had two separate occasions when I was asked when the English (not British) were coming back.

  125. CCZ says:
    @3g4me

    But first the Army needs a new [ female ] GENERAL for public relations!!!!

    “Army’s Top General for Public Affairs Suspended, Investigated for Toxic Leadership”

    24 Sep 2021
    Stars and Stripes | By Rose L. Thayer

    “The Army’s top general for public affairs has been suspended as the service inspector general investigates allegations of counterproductive and toxic leadership, officials confirmed Thursday.”

    “Brig. Gen. Amy Johnston, chief of public affairs, was placed on special duty pending the outcome of the ongoing investigation, said Cynthia O. Smith, an Army spokeswoman.”

  126. MEH 0910 says:
    @JohnnyWalker123

    • Replies: @MEH 0910
    , @J.Ross
  127. MEH 0910 says:
    @MEH 0910

    Ben Schreckinger Retweeted:

    • Thanks: JohnnyWalker123
  128. @ziggurat

    I call it the White Genocide Project, but “anti-Whiteism” will also do.

  129. @Joe Stalin

    Revisionism alert!

    The state official tells the female that female spies would be “less conspicuous,” but in the three minutes I watched the clip, two girls in uniform, including the first we see and the first one she recruits, were South Asian.

    Not only would such girls have stuck out like a sore thumb, they didn’t exist in that time and place, let alone in uniform. And the female official debating the men about a woman’s proper place? That’s so 1975!

    This “thing” has zero credibility.

  130. J.Ross says:
    @MEH 0910

    EXCLUSIVE! Comrade Brezhnev’s Favorite Bath Oil! But How Often Does He Bathe?

  131. CCZ says:
    @Colin Wright

    “A Biden Appointee Who Carries the Jewish Story Itself”

    “Alejandro Mayorkas, nominated to lead the Department of Homeland Security, is the child of Jewish refugees.”

    https://jewishweek.timesofisrael.com/a-biden-appointee-who-carries-the-jewish-story-itself/

    Every Time!!!!

  132. Anonymous[381] • Disclaimer says:
    @Mrwolf

    Israel has automated gun turrets on its borders. They still require human approval to be fired but are otherwise fully autonomous.

  133. TWS says:
    @Right_On

    Those Zulu were having a blast.

  134. Brutusale says:
    @Ben tillman

    And they can takes care of themselves.

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