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Here’s the 1994 letter cowritten by Joe Biden’s nominee to head the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division, Kristen Clarke, to the Harvard Crimson:

Blacks Seek An End to Abuse
To The Editors …

October 28, 1994
In response to those who defend The Bell Curve (“Defending The Bell Curve,” Opinion, Oct. 24, 1994), please use the following theories and observations to assist you in your search for truth regarding the genetic differences between Blacks and whites.

One: Dr. Richard King reveals that at the core of the human brain is the “locus coeruleus” which is a structure that is Black because it contains large amounts of (neuro) melanin which is essential for its operation.

Two: Black infants sit, stand, crawl and walk sooner than whites.

Three: Carol Barnes notes that human mental processes are controlled by melanin–that same chemical which gives Blacks their superior physical and mental abilities.

Four: Some scientists have revealed that most whites are unable to produce melanin because their pineal glands are often calcification or non-functioning. Pineal calcification rates with Africans are five to 15 percent, Asians 15 to 25 percent and Europeans 60 to 80 percent. This is the chemical basis for the cultural differences between Blacks and whites.

Five: Melanin endows Blacks with greater mental, physical and spiritual abilities–something which cannot be measured based on Eurocentric standards.

Unfortunately, the rest of the letter is duller:

We can readily admit that an abused child is less likely to achieve academically than a child that has grown up in a supportive atmosphere. Black children, whether rich or poor, grow up with an added abuse which white children never have to face. Imagine the message that misguided information like The Bell Curve would send to a Black child who is trying to find her place in school. It’s degrading, belittling and outrageously false.

Attacks on Black people such as those in The Bell Curve are not unique. Black children face this abuse daily through television shows, jokes aired on the radio, textbooks with truncated history, etc. Liberal whites underestimate the damage which racism causes on the minds of Black children, and conservative whites know all too well how to enlarge that damage. No matter how rich or supportive a Black person’s home might be, by the time she is ready to take the SAT or apply to college, she has struggled far more extensively than any white person of the same social and economic background.

In addition, it is completely naive to say that Blacks have achieved economic equality with whites. It seems that whites have grown tired of hearing about racism. So, some have turned to measures such as The Bell Curve to relieve themselves of blame.

It’s just ridiculous. Black people are not asking for political correctness, but truthfulness, fairness and an end to this abuse.

Kristen Clarke ’97

Victoria Kennedy ’97

Clarke is president of the Black Students Association.

There appear to be two undergrads who wrote this letter, so it’s possible that Kristen Clarke just wrote the boring second half of the letter rather than the fun Melanin Supremacist first half.

But in any case, she signed the whole letter.

On the other hand, she was just a silly coed then.

My big question is: Were the Melanin Supremacists of the 1990s onto something, biochemically speaking? Personally, I find that tanning boosts my mood, so I’ve always thought that this kind of Leonard Jeffries’ Sun People vs. Ice People crackpottery didn’t sound like a completely implausible explanation for why blacks tend to have sunnier dispositions than, say, Finns.

Keep in mind that all sorts of prominent blacks have these kind of ties in their past. Obama, for example, regularly read Minister Farrakhan’s Nation of Islam newspaper until it finally dawned on him that Farrakhan’s economic black nationalist program (blacks should only buy black-manufactured toothpaste and the like) was a less profitable grift than appealing to rich white people, especially to Jews, who are naturally suspicious of Hotepery because it’s a gateway to anti-Semitism.

For example, black game show host Nick Cannon got his job canceled last summer after he said:

Melanin comes with compassion. Melanin comes with soul that we call it, we call it soul. We soul brothers and sisters. That’s the melanin that connects us, so the people that don’t have it are… When they were sent to the mountains of Caucasus, when they didn’t have the power of the sun, that the sun then started to deteriorate them…. [They’re] acting out of a deficiency. So therefore, the only way that they can act is evil…. They have to rob, steal, rape, kill, and fight…. They had to be barbaric. They had, because they’re in these Nordic mountains, they’re in these rough torrential environments so they’re acting as animals. So they’re the ones that are actually closer to animals.

ViacomCBS then canceled Cannon , but not for what he said about whites—that’s perfectly okay in 2020—but for punching down at the Rothschilds.

Not surprisingly, Kristen Clarke quickly got herself in trouble with Jews. From Harvard Crimson:

My Kristen Clarke Problem
The BSA President’s Actions Raise Unsettling Questions
By Martin Lebwohl
December 6, 1994

Last week, Wellesley Professor Tony Martin spoke at Harvard at the invitation of the Black Students Association (BSA). Martin, the author of an anti-Semitic tract entitled The Jewish Onslaught, used his Harvard forum to denounce the Jewish tradition and the Jewish people for holding a “monopoly” on centuries-worth of the notion of divinely ordained African inferiority. Repeating his belief that the “so-called Sages” of the Babylonian Talmud were the earliest racists of recorded history, Martin urged Harvard students to consider The Bell Curve, a controversial new book linking race and intelligence, as only the latest manifestation of a racist tradition spawned by Jews.

Sitting in Boylston Auditorium, listening to my heritage be defamed and lied about, my thoughts turned away from the anti-Semite at the lectern and to the young woman who had introduced him. In fact, immediately after the introduction, Martin lavished praise on Kristen M. Clarke ’97, the BSA president, who, he said, had courageously invited him “in the face of enormous pressure from the forces of reaction.” It is young people like Kristen, Martin said, who are the hope and future of the African-American community.

That last thought was one of the few true things Martin had to say. Young Black leaders like Kristen Clarke, who have risen to campus prominence by gaining the respect of their peers, will no doubt have an enormous impact on the future leadership of the African-American community. The Kristen Clarkes of America’s campuses will soon be on the front lines, fighting against racism and other societal and historical impediments to better lives for African-Americans. This is why we should all be thinking about Kristen Clarke.

… And if we must care about the Black community, we must care about Kristen Clarke.

What, I ask myself, was she thinking when she invited Martin to come to Harvard? Did she think Black students needed to hear what he had to say? When she told The Crimson that “Professor Martin is an intelligent, wellversed Black intellectual who bases his information of indisputable fact,” was she being serious?

The biggest question, I suppose, is whether Kristen Clarke thinks, in the face of The Bell Curve and all sorts of racism in American society, that Black students should fixate on Martin’s imagined notions of Judaism and the Jewish people as enemies of Black folk.

These are unfortunate questions. …

But Kristen Clarke has given us different questions to ask. These are unsettling questions about why the BSA must, every couple of years or so, bring the ugly specter of anti-Semitism to a lectern on this campus. Does the young leadership of the Black community think Jews and the Jewish heritage are their enemies?

I cannot answer these questions myself. That is Clarke’s job. But before she answers, I hope she understands that the anger and disappointment that will no doubt be directed at her by Jews and others on this campus are not outbursts of gratuitous hostility toward her community, but are rather expressions of hurt and anguish over the loss of what might have been between us.

Martin’s visit is a fait accompli. The damage has been done. Black students have already been barraged with misrepresentations of what the Jewish people and ethical tradition have to offer them. Since Kristen Clarke was the one who presented Martin, a certain amount of damage has been done to her credibility and the trust between her and the Jewish community.

Still, Jews cannot walk away from dialogue with Clarke. We still care deeply about the African-American community and about the injustice and poverty it faces. If Black leaders, like Kristen Clarke, are looking to the Tony Martins of this world for guidance in the form of anti-Semitic scapegoating, this should be a matter of grave concern to Jews, not only for reasons of self-preservation, but because the struggle of African-Americans for justice and equality is our struggle as well. We cannot allow the messengers of hate, like Tony Martin, to tarnish that struggle with the stain of their anti-Semitism.

Now the ball is in Kristen Clarke’s court. I hope she cares enough to answer by addressing these questions in a public forum. We need to know, Kristen, if you stand with Tony Martin, or if you stand with us.

Presumably, judging from her fabulous career, over time Ms. Clarke managed to answer these kind of questions satisfactorily.

Ms. Clarke’s boss’ boss is an impressionable sort, judging by how after a conversation with Kenosha knifeman Jacob Blake’s Hotep dad, Biden announced that a black man had invented the lightbulb:

So soon Joe will be talking like this:

If Bob Dole could do Viagra adds, Joe could do something like this:

Joe Biden: “I started taking one Melatin supplement every night after Kristen Clarke clued me in to how it prevents pineal gland calcification among us Ice People. Come on, man, follow the Science: Melatin is what blacks have! Now, thanks to the magic of Melatin, I sleep like an Alabama cornerback.”

 
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  1. The pineal gland produces melatonin, not melanin. This is really some Nation of Islam-level crackpottery.

  2. “Personally, I find that tanning boosts my mood, so I’ve always thought that this kind of Leonard Jeffries’ Sun People vs. Ice People crackpottery didn’t sound a completely implausible explanation for why blacks tend to have sunnier dispositions than, say, Finns.”

    Taken to the logical conclusion, however, which people, Sun or Ice, tend to have higher IQs? Is there a direct correlation between climate and IQ among ethnics/races? Do Finns and other Ice People always have higher IQs than Sun People? Is the trade off to be, “Well, the Sunnys tend to be dumber than a box of sticks, but hey, they sure are happier, funnier, and sunnier than those mean, cold, (but way smarter) Icicles who inhabit the globe farther north of the equator/45 degrees North Parallel?”

    • Replies: @SunBakedSuburb
  3. jon says:

    Two: Black infants sit, stand, crawl and walk sooner than whites.

    And baboons even sooner than that!

  4. Reverend Jeremiah Wright (Barack Obama’s pastor) gave a speech in which he discussed neurological differences between White and Black children.

    https://www.cnn.com/2008/POLITICS/04/28/wright.transcript/

    You wrote a post about this.

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/rev-wright-on-black-white-cognitive/

    Watch the bottom video. 3:01-3:12. That part of the video is pretty damn funny, TBH. You’ll like it.

    • Replies: @Keypusher
  5. Frequent tanning alters the brain in ways that resemble drug addiction and would therefore appear to be yet another pathology in the morass of the American substance abuse crisis:

    https://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/08/12/how-tanning-changes-the-brain/

    Criminal-minded right wingers should thank God Biden has put this autistic dipshit in the hotseat of the DOJ civil rights division, since it decreases the chances that the truly dangerous among them will be identified. The online trolls, however, will definitely be getting sent to the gulags. That includes Donald Trump.

  6. newrouter says:

    Does “I despise both of these grifters” work?

  7. it appears that 3 time Olympian and multiple medalist Klete Keller was at the DC protest

    Was Klete Keller at the Capitol protest?

    it’s not for certain, but he matches the description, and even appears to be wearing his US National Team jacket.

    should be a good look for Biden and Harris, sending 10 FBI vans to arrest an Olympian for standing around and doing nothing, after representing America 3 times and winning medals for the US with Michael Phelps.

    how many Olympians at the antifa riots?

    • Replies: @Buffalo Joe
  8. tyrone says:

    Hopefully she now knows the difference between melanin and melatonin….I know ,I know they’re close one has t and o the other an n…..that makes a ton of difference.

    • Replies: @El Dato
    , @Lurker
  9. 1. Looks like white girls believe her if you go by who they are increasingly choosing to date and procreate with. It ain’t all just large genitals and muscular bodies.

    2. Seriously though, she wasn’t writing this in reaction to the racist drivel charles murry wrote in the bell curve garbage book

    3. this was written almost 30 years ago. Get a grip.

    4. Cry more. You guys lost go over it.

    • LOL: Chris Mallory
    • Replies: @Anon
    , @TWS
    , @Forbes
    , @Pat Kittle
  10. Oh Steve. you too funny. Cancel culture has been cancelled. Nothing to see here, move along.

  11. Lot says:

    Marty the writer also looks to be a HBD believer, or at least practitioner.

    He’s the son of a doctor and went to Harvard, where he met and married the daughter of a doctor. They both went to law school, and he transitioned to being managing director at DE Shaw, meaning he probably makes more than $2 million a year, possibly much more.

    There was some hypergamy in the marriage however, as the groom’s father is a professor at Columbia Medical School, but the bride’s a mere private practice internist in Jacksonville, FL.

  12. Hey, at least she took some strident positions at some point in her life. Everyone should. Let a hundred flowers bloom.

  13. The pineal gland produces melatonin, which is sold over-the-counter as a sleep aid, and has also been suggested as a possible treatment for Covid-19: https://nypost.com/2020/12/29/scientists-study-melatonin-as-possible-covid-19-treatment/. Since black persons have healthy, un-calcified pineal glands, presumably pumping out plenty of melatonin, one wonders why are they faring so poorly with Covid-19. ‘Tis a puzzle.

    • Replies: @Stan d Mute
  14. Wilkey says:

    On the other hand, she was just a silly coed then.

    A silly Harvard coed. Supposedly in the smartest one half of one percent of the country.

    But thank God the much more elite University of Tennessee kicked out that girl for quoting the “N” word from a rap when she was 15.

    • Agree: John Regan
    • Replies: @International Jew
  15. Moses says:

    Blood-libeling Whites, a-ok. Move along please.

    Blood-libeling Jews, stop everything!

    Everyone knows the only thing that matters is “Is it good for the Jews?”

    • Replies: @AnotherDad
  16. Anonymous[312] • Disclaimer says:

    She’s a Black Scientologist:

    • Replies: @El Dato
    , @Not Raul
  17. vhrm says:

    The web tells me that the pineal gland is associated with melatonin, the sleep related neurotransmitter, rather than melanin, the pigment (though they are both light related to some degree).

    Funny enough, African Americans seem to have lower levels of melatonin, which partly explains higher night time blood pressure compared to European Americans.
    (https://academic.oup.com/ajh/article-abstract/32/10/968/5494568?redirectedFrom=fulltext )

    Also, melatonin supplementation was associated with less COVID mortality in some observational study and they even gave it to President Trump when he had Covid.
    (https://nypost.com/2020/12/29/scientists-study-melatonin-as-possible-covid-19-treatment/ )

    Although the calcification thing _may_ be an issue and might be either a cause or effect of age related sleep quality issues and possibly dementia, but so far that’s all “alternative medicine” and not well established.

    But it’s ok, she’s a lawyer, and in civil rights; unfortunately that’s all about who whom and not the domain of other facts and details.

  18. Altai says:

    What’s interesting is the course Nick Cannon went on is from one of the primary African-American studies departments in the US and it is taught and founded by guys who thought similarly and still have a student trip to Egypt to learn it’s hidden Afro-centric history. It sounds very similar to what this woman wrote. Have most graduates of African-American studies in the US been taught this?

    It’s headed by Dr. Gregory Carr who is very much is a fan of Francis Cress Welsing, the originator of the Cress-Theory of Color Confrontation, which is basically the stuff Griff and Cannon were talking about in terms of ‘melanated people’ being superior as a result of their melanin.

    I have more videos in this comment.

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/yahoo-news-disturbing-rise-of-anti-semitism-among-black-celebs/#comment-4038680

    It’s incredible to me that so many of these departments, despite plenty of real history and contemporary aspects of study, still have weird 60s/70s Afrocentrist thought at their core.

    • Replies: @Altai
  19. The Afrocentricism of black Americans is kind of sad. Egyptians look down on blacks. Then there’s Ethiopia, which is run by an Amhara elite that is obsessed with their 40% Semitic ancestry. They too look down on darker blacks, and positively despise the “Shangalla” (non-Cushitic tribes in the southern part of the country).

  20. El Dato says:

    expressions of hurt and anguish over the loss of what might have been between us

    “Their romance was just starting”

    I sure hope nobody gets the of idea of whipping up Black low-IQ racism and Black vs Jewish resentment by “all means available”. There is a lot of potential in there. I wouldn’t want to see the results.

    OTs for the afternoon:

    [MORE]

    OT#1.

    Anti-deplorable hate at RT.com, courtesy of David Matthews, well-known author of “Voices of the Windrush Generation”:

    America’s risible coup attempt showed us yet again that white men are facing an existential crisis

    Apparently someone attempted a coup and why wasn’t I informed? I have been checking lampposts, but not a single neocon was found dangling underneath.

    Apart from the commentariat’s view that the rabble had been ‘radicalised’ by Trump, what did they expect to achieve? Another failed legal bid to overturn a legitimate election result? The pack of jokers were the mirror image of the UK ‘Remoaners,’ who, nearly five years after the 2016 European Union referendum, are still in denial about the Brexit result. But there’s the rub: despite being diametrically opposed, politically and ideologically, the MAGA revolutionaries and Remoaners have one thing in common – a cry-baby sense of lost white entitlement.

    Faced with the multiple challenges of trade wars, cold wars, hot wars, culture wars, inter-federal and intra-federation crises – with Covid the cherry on top – white male America, like white male Britain, is at an existential fork in the road. Is the enemy within, or with-out? Do they follow BLM’s lead and stand up for themselves; or line up against BLM, Antifa, the Jews, gays, the trans lobby, Muslims, women (at least the ones who answer back) and anyone else who isn’t a straight, white male? Have real and perceived external threats, such as wars on terror, wars on drugs and wars against ideologies, philosophies and ancient cultures overextended the average white male’s reach? Is having to compete on a (not even) level playing field really that hard?

    Essentially, what’s the trouble with white men?

    This isn’t a facetious question. Some of my best friends are white. In fact, I’ve asked the self-same question, on a more modest scale, of my own brethren.

    The most eye-popping part here is the contention that the white, pale, male losers who failed in their coup attempt are now likened to Blighty “EURO-REMAINERS”. I always thought that it was the Brexiteers were who were supposed to be the deplorables, so I am astonished at this new construction. But it is 2021. Oceania, Estasia … who knows anymore? Never been good in geography…

    OT #2.

    In this NuSociety, only Liberals are allowed anymore:

    Republican fundraising emails stopped after Salesforce said they ‘could lead to violence’

    Big Brother’s getting hungry? Former congressman Ron Paul locked out of Facebook for undisclosed reasons

    Amazon says it will SUSPEND donations to lawmakers who objected to Biden’s victory certification, joining a growing list of firms

    • Replies: @Polistra
  21. @Lot

    That’s a rough lookin’ stoop, man.

    Steve, haven’t you noted before Temple Grandin’s observation that depigmentation is associated with behavioral changes in many animals?

  22. syonredux says:

    One: Dr. Richard King reveals that at the core of the human brain is the “locus coeruleus” which is a structure that is Black because it contains large amounts of (neuro) melanin which is essential for its operation.

    Reverential capitalization for body parts that are black? She was definitely ahead of the curve on that one…

    • LOL: Kylie
    • Replies: @El Dato
  23. Dan Hayes says:

    Kristen Clark is one of whom Tom Wolfe has termed “light & bright”. Ms Clark may be light, but also not very bright!

  24. syonredux says:

    Two: Black infants sit, stand, crawl and walk sooner than whites.

    Daniel Freedman’s work on racial differences in newborns is quite informative:

    • Thanks: MEH 0910, Peter Johnson
  25. Dan Hayes says:
    @JohnPlywood

    “autistic dipshit” – the understatement of the year!

  26. Anon[191] • Disclaimer says:

    Two: Black infants sit, stand, crawl and walk sooner than whites.

    I think this is a piece of evidence in Rushton’s extension of r/K life history theory to explaining the differences among the races. If you’re not going to have a father around and your mom may abandon you at a young age you may evolve to mature sooner, have early menarche, and get knocked up at 12 so the cycle can repeat.

    This might be a good place to link to Dan Freedman’s research on neonatal differences among the races:

  27. BenKenobi says:
    @JohnPlywood

    I’m a criminal-minded right winger who also frequently GTLs. I guess that explains a lot.

    PS you forgot to mention how you find White women unattractive.

  28. That was great. Only thing that would have topped it is if she had quoted from The Isis Papers.

  29. @Paperback Writer

    Then there’s Ethiopia, which is run by an Amhara elite that is obsessed with their 40% Semitic ancestry

    Blacks publicly praise blackness, but privately prize mixedness. If you understand this, you’ll understand a lot about their behavior – and probably also the key to ruining black racial unity.

    • Replies: @Paperback Writer
  30. “My Kristen Clarke Problem” — And Ours.

    • Replies: @Gary in Gramercy
  31. El Dato says:
    @tyrone

    What about melaniatrumpin?

    • LOL: Ron Mexico, Cortes, TWS
    • Replies: @tyrone
  32. Peterike says:

    “ for why blacks tend to have sunnier dispositions than, say, Finns.”

    Low future time orientation. The sun will come out tomorrow, so why bother showing up for work?

    • Agree: Polistra
  33. El Dato says:
    @syonredux

    “The victim of radiation poisoning’s urine was Black. “?

  34. Ano says:

    Hi Steve,

    Thanks for publicizing my new role as Assistant-Gauleiter at the DoJ’s Get-Whitey! (Joy)Division.

    I look forward to the next four years of giving it to my racial inferiors good! and hard!

    Needless to say, my first priority will be in prosecuting not just the exhumated corpses of the unmelininated-untermenschen responsible for Emmett Till, but all the 100s of millions of proven-guilty unmelinanated co-conspirators alive today.

    (We will inform you of the due date for your appearance before the Star Chamber.)

    Steve, won’t it be wonderful when in America the FBI’s 10 Most Wanted will be a bunch of Karens, and some geriatric old white widow on the run after she shot an unarmed drug-crazed Gentle Giant who smashed his way into her bedroom at 3am?

    Yours(uperior),

    KKK Clarke

  35. syonredux says:

    Personally, I blame Yakub for the White race’s deficiencies:

    • LOL: TWS
  36. Andy says:
    @Paperback Writer

    I know a guy from Madagascar who acts extremely offended if someone calls him African…not even Africans like Blacks, it seems

  37. Andy says:

    I was going to comment that she confuses Melanin with Melatonin (a hormone released by the pineal gland that controls sleeping) but other commenters beat me to it. Going to the Ivy League doesn’t seem to protect you from falling into crackpottery.

    • Replies: @Polistra
  38. Altai says:
    @Altai

    And funnily enough, people speculating that Nick Cannon will have another 15 minutes of infamy soon.

    https://www.crazydaysandnights.net/2021/01/blind-item-2_11.html

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  39. Thomas says:

    They used to say Clinton was the first black president. I think Obama was the first whigger president (who just happened to be black).

    Biden might be our first hotep president.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
  40. @silviosilver

    I don’t think that’s true. Nikole Hannah-Jones is half white, and one gets the feeling she really hates it, as did Obama.

    • Replies: @Lurker
    , @silviosilver
  41. Anon[378] • Disclaimer says:

    Someone in the editors’ room had a sense of humor to publish that letter.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
  42. And here we have the one saving grace of the woke left. The one thing I liked about Obysmal’s presidency. They bring in a few people who piss off the Jews. (Hagel was the guy in 2013) Not enough to make a policy difference mind you. But it is entertaining.

    • Replies: @Peter D. Bredon
  43. Doug says:

    > Personally, I find that tanning boosts my mood,

    The difference in all-cause mortality between the most sun avoidant quintile and the least is nearly as large as that between smokers and non-smokers. Sun exposure is associated with drastically lower rates of heart disease, most types of cancer, and neurocognitive decline. In addition, sun exposure is one of the most effective anti-depressants known to man.

    Overall, the recommendations from the medical community get this wrong because of a single-minded focus on skin cancer. When crafting recommendations, dermatologists ignore everything outside their specialty. It is probably true that high sun exposure may as much as double skin cancer mortality. However skin cancer only accounts for approximately 1% of all deaths in the US. Heart disease accounts for nearly 50%. Slavishly lathering on high-SPF sunscreen and staying indoors during high noon may halve your skin cancer risk. But even a 10% increase in heart disease alone more than cancels it out.

    Not only should we be ditching the sunscreen, but we should probably encourage nude sunbathing. Our hunter-gatherer ancestors weren’t walking around with half their skin covered up. At the very least it drastically cuts the total amount of sun rays on the skin. And at that worst, we’re not sure if a total lack of sun on one part of the body can necessarily be made up on another body part. It is kind of interesting that hip fractures are the most common in the elderly, and that just happens to be the least sun exposed body part.

    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/24697969/

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5129901/

  44. @silviosilver

    If only JPod could put aside his incomprehensible hate for Steve…he’d read that, recognize the tribute to his father’s work, and write a column with it as a heading.

    Who am I kidding? Never happen…

    • Agree: Johann Ricke
  45. tyrone says:
    @El Dato

    Outta my league……maybe I do need some melatonin

  46. JohnnyD says:

    I’m starting to think the Biden Administration will be quite entertaining and (unintentionally) funny. I can’t imagine how they’ll get anything done without one of the groups in the Coalition of Fringes getting offended.

    • Agree: Forbes
  47. @Anon

    Kristen Clarke was the President of the Black Students Union, or something like that.

  48. …gives Blacks their superior…mental abilities.

    Does her melanin theory explain why the superior mental abilities of blacks are so well hidden?

  49. Anon7 says:

    Black people often say that whites just don’t have Soul. And they’re right, white people are different from blacks. Another way to say it is that whites act the way they do because something is missing.

    And it’s true. Whites are able to distance themselves from personal issues, they can see things more abstractly. Blacks find this intensely annoying and it worries them.

    But, it turns out that this capacity is the very thing that allowed these oddly abstracted Ice People to bring about Western Civilization, which has a lot of things that black people (and the rest of the PoCs) just love.

    Electric lights that always come on. Potable water that always flows from the tap. Food that is plentiful and safe to eat. Safe towns and neighborhoods. Smartphones, cars, the Internet, container ships, flat panel TVs. And don’t forget indoor plumbing.

    I think blacks basically have all the stuff they need, and their annoyance with whites has really reached a crescendo, at the same time that many whites have been convinced that it would be better to just extinguish themselves. Because they are missing something that PoCs really need to see when they look at another person.

    I guess blacks could be asked if they really think they could run civilization without us. Maybe they think other PoCs, like Asians or Chinese, could do it and they don’t need us any more.

    Because they really are trying to get rid of us. And there are a lot of whites who have been convinced that it’s the right thing to do. I don’t think that they will exhaust their rage on Donald Trump. When they’ve gotten every bit of satisfaction from destroying him, they’re coming for us.

    • Replies: @Known Fact
    , @Neuday
  50. Lurker says:

    The Clarken Wakes.

  51. Anon[644] • Disclaimer says:
    @Doug

    Sun exposure is associated with drastically lower rates of heart disease, most types of cancer, and neurocognitive decline.

    You’re assuming that correlation equals causation. There are all kinds of average differences in traits between those who get a lot of sun and those who don’t.

    White people have college degress and houses; black people don’t; give college degrees and cheap home loans to black people and they will prosper like whites. That’s basically the logic you’re using here with sun exposure.

    Emil Kirkegaard’s fifth law of behavioral genetics deals with this:

    “All phenotypic relationships are to some degree genetically mediated or confounded.”

    https://emilkirkegaard.dk/en/2017/04/a-fifth-law-of-behavioral-genetics/

    If you take a guy who really likes the sun and through circumstances make it impossible for him to go in the sun, and you take a guy who hates the sun but make it impossible for him to avoid it, their lifespans may very well be the same as they would have been had they been able to live their lives as they wished. This is what the fifth law means.

    Jayman gives an example:

    And finally, I come to Emil Kirkegaard’s newly coined law, one that is vastly underappreciated. This was drawn from studies like those of Amir Sariaslan’s and others showing the confounded nature of phenotypical associations (even extended phenotypes like social circumstances). This essentially strikes at the heart of modern social science (and for that matter, medical science), which assumes, wrongly, that association between social and/or behavioral factors is an indication that one causes the other. In reality, genetic forces cause both. Indeed, we see this with health and lifestyle: people who exercise more have fewer/later health problems and live longer, so naturally conventional wisdom interprets this to mean that exercise leads to health and longer life, when in reality healthy people are driven to exercise and have better health due to their genes.

    https://jaymans.wordpress.com/2017/08/04/the-five-laws-of-behavioral-genetics/

    This is also behind the failure of the “If black parents read to young kids they’ll get smarter” idea. Or “speak more vocabulary to kids,” or “Have a lot of books in the house.” None of this worked. Smart white parents have a lot of books and read to their kids and use a lot of words. Their (non-adopted) kids are also smart, not from any of this stuff, but from the genes their parents gave them.

    • Replies: @Charon
    , @Dissident
  52. @JohnPlywood

    Criminal-minded right wingers should thank God Biden has put this autistic dip💩 in the hotseat of the DOJ civil rights division…

    Is that any way to talk about a mainstream Democrat?

  53. Rob McX says:

    They’re just playing the liberals’ favourite game right now, “Let’s keep up with the Onion”.

  54. Of course he did, stupid is as stupid does.

  55. Joe Biden’s pick for Assistant AG for Civil Rights Kristen Clark

    Microaggression!

    Isn’t Daily Caller aware that Weyl and Possony found that people named Clarke were far more likely to end up in Who’s Who than those merely named Clark?

    She is a Clarke, dammit, a Clarke!

    at the core of the human brain is the “locus coeruleus”

    locus coeruleus = Use colour clues.

    especially to Jews, who are naturally suspicious of Hotepery

    They’re not alone:

    Her Name is Breonna Taylor
    @mindedone · Jun 19, 2019
    Hotepery is a direct result of white supremacy, of capitalism and hetero-patriarchy. It imitates the current power structure with the amendment of Black nationalism, alienating entire populations of Black people and working against Black Liberation. – Janaya Khan

    https://twitter.com/hashtag/hotepery?lang=en

  56. @Doug

    Not only should we be ditching the sunscreen, but we should probably encourage nude sunbathing.

    Good idea, and we should enlist Heather Graham to be the Nude Spokesbabe.

    • Replies: @anon
  57. @Admiral Assbar

    The pineal gland produces melatonin, not melanin. This is really some Nation of Islam-level crackpottery.

    Next, i expect, you’ll be telling us niggardly has nothing to do with the n-word.

    • LOL: Dissident
    • Replies: @Bill Jones
  58. Jews are at their worst when they turn all oily and patronizing towards blacks.

  59. black sea says:

    their pineal glands are often calcification . . .

    One symptom of melanin deficiency manifests itself as a tendency to be abnormally concerned with grammar.

    • Agree: Kyle
    • LOL: James Speaks
  60. Lurker says:
    @tyrone

    Best not mention the Mellotron to her either.

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

    • LOL: peterike
  61. Anon[379] • Disclaimer says:

    Our ancestors crossed the Atlantic seeking opportunity and fleeing persecution. Your descendants will flee the United States.
    Eastern Europe, the Baltics, Finland/Norway, Australia, Argentina, and yes……..Russia.

    Our time here will start getting rough in earnest in 10 more years or so. The youth is being taught to despise us. When the majority of boomers pass away……..it will begin. Ive been right over and over through the years.

    • Replies: @Charon
  62. @Wilkey

    A silly Harvard coed. Supposedly in the smartest one half of one percent of the country.

    If you compare her writing to that of the Jewish boy who complained about her guest speaker, you see the stark difference between the top 0.5% of blacks, and the top 0.5% of Americans overall.

    • Replies: @Wilkey
    , @John Johnson
  63. It’s not particularly odd that most people who talk about “The Bell Curve” haven’t read it.

    But it is interesting that so many people comment on “The Bell Curve” and have no idea what it is about. (I.e. think it’s about blacks being lower IQ.)

    Of course–as with 90%+ of other stupid shit in our intellectual life–this is because minoritarian yakkers were immediately out of the gate with their usual nonsense.

    • Replies: @YetAnotherAnon
  64. Anonymous[161] • Disclaimer says:

    No, BLM didn’t go on a deadly rampage (but rightists did).

    • Replies: @Pericles
    , @Thoughts
  65. I foresee total MSM silence regarding her beliefs and if anybody does manage to raise it in a public forum they will be heavily slammed for racism.

    • Agree: Polistra
    • Replies: @AnotherGuessModel
  66. Mr. Mean says:

    Sometimes I wonder if God separated sub-Saharan Africa from the rest of the world with oceans and deserts for a reason

    • LOL: Charon
  67. MattinLA says:

    We all laugh at this shit, but our heads are on the block right now, aren’t they?

  68. Thoughts says:
    @Lot

    Both look Jewish. Plus they have similar faces.

    This looks to be a very happy, loving relationship.

    Learn from them!

  69. @Moses

    Blood-libeling Whites, a-ok. Move along please.

    Blood-libeling Jews, stop everything!

    Everyone knows the only thing that matters is “Is it good for the Jews?”

    It’s always funny/enlightening/appalling reading these laughable Jewish finger waggers:

    The biggest question, I suppose, is whether Kristen Clarke thinks, in the face of The Bell Curve and all sorts of racism in American society, that Black students should fixate on Martin’s imagined notions of Judaism and the Jewish people as enemies of Black folk.

    I hope she understands that the anger and disappointment that will no doubt be directed at her by Jews and others on this campus are not outbursts of gratuitous hostility toward her community, but are rather expressions of hurt and anguish over the loss of what might have been between us.

    Black students have already been barraged with misrepresentations of what the Jewish people and ethical tradition have to offer them.

    Still, Jews cannot walk away from dialogue with Clarke. We still care deeply about the African-American community and about the injustice and poverty it faces. If Black leaders, like Kristen Clarke, are looking to the Tony Martins of this world for guidance in the form of anti-Semitic scapegoating, this should be a matter of grave concern to Jews, not only for reasons of self-preservation, but because the struggle of African-Americans for justice and equality is our struggle as well.

    Yep, a very prosperous, extremely tribal middle man minority that refused integration with whites for 1000+ years in order to maintain their tribal identity (and ethnic nepotism) …
    pretty much the same as an ex-slave race that whites did not want to integrate with because of the large racial differences.

    Uh … sure.

    He could have just offered her the Cliff Notes version: Stay within the lines! Focus on our common enemy–white gentiles! And goal–looting white gentiles. (Pay not attention to the man behind the curtain.)

    The great Jewish-American conundrum: Their sufferings in America are trivial to non-existent. So to push minoritarianism, to beat on whitey, they had to trot out the real oppression of blacks, slavery, Jim Crow. But keeping blacks on the reservation … herding cats.

    Good luck.

    Jews use blacks to push their minoritarian narrative, to blood libel whitey, balkanize America, strip the white gentile majority of republican government and impose Jewish/Jewish-friendly elite control. You want ’em … you’ve got ’em. You own ’em now.

    Separate nations.

    • Agree: Rob McX
    • Thanks: Charon
    • Replies: @Polistra
  70. Ms. Clarke’s boss’ boss is an impressionable sort, judging by how after a conversation with Kenosha knifeman Jacob Blake’s Hotep dad, Biden announced that a black man had invented the lightbulb:

    It’s like that (sadly, apocryphal) quote from Churchill “Like a feather pillow, he bears the mark of the last ass that sat on him.”

    • LOL: Another Canadian
    • Replies: @Dieter Kief
  71. Mr. Anon says:

    My Kristen Clarke Problem
    The BSA President’s Actions Raise Unsettling Questions
    By Martin Lebwohl
    December 6, 1994

    If Black leaders, like Kristen Clarke, are looking to the Tony Martins of this world for guidance in the form of anti-Semitic scapegoating, this should be a matter of grave concern to Jews, not only for reasons of self-preservation, but because the struggle of African-Americans for justice and equality is our struggle as well.

    What a load of pretentious, self-serving hooey. Mr. Lebwohl, apparently, is now continuing “the struggle” as a managing director of Hedge Fund D.E. Shaw & Co. I’m sure they all flash the black-power fist as they ink their billion dollar deals.

    That’s a lot of talmudic bulls**t to essentially just say “Hey, she doesn’t like Jews! I’m a Jew! I don’t like that!”

    And what’s with the “My Kristen Clarke Problem”? Channeling Norman Podhoretz? Maybe they should just call it “The Black Problem”. Hey, that kind of rings a bell. Where have I heard that formulation before?

    • Thanks: Charon
    • Replies: @Lot
  72. Wilkey says:
    @International Jew

    The quality of his writing is infinitely better than Clarke’s, though not some of the logic:

    The biggest question, I suppose, is whether Kristen Clarke thinks, in the face of The Bell Curve and all sorts of racism in American society, that Black students should fixate on Martin’s imagined notions of Judaism and the Jewish people as enemies of Black folk.

    It seems a habit of far too many Jewish writers that they are quite willing to endorse black extremism, so long as blacks are attacking anyone but Jews.

    ‘Blame and vilify everyone else, including the racist writers of The Bell Curve, but not Jews,’ he wrote. Except that one of the authors of TBC, the late Richard Herrnstein, was Jewish.

    • Agree: Redneck farmer
    • Thanks: Charon
  73. Polistra says:

    Meanwhile back at the ranch

    • Thanks: John Regan
    • Replies: @Forbes
  74. The existence of this obtuse black woman in our public life makes a mockery of democracy. Her appointment to high public office is a threat to our lives and liberty.

  75. Mr. Anon says:

    My big question is: Were the Melanin Supremacists of the 1990s onto something, biochemically speaking? Personally, I find that tanning boosts my mood, so I’ve always thought that this kind of Leonard Jeffries’ Sun People vs. Ice People crackpottery didn’t sound a completely implausible explanation for why blacks tend to have sunnier dispositions than, say, Finns.

    As a pale white guy, I can second that. I’ve found that being out in the sun improves my mood enormously. Even if I’m inside most of they day, just the fact that it’s sunny outside makes me feel better. And this effect has gotten drastically more pronounced as I’ve gotten older.

    • Replies: @JimB
  76. Kyle says:
    @jon

    I’m guessing “larger hat sizes” make it hard for infants to balance themselves.

    • Replies: @John Johnson
    , @Cloudbuster
  77. Two: Black infants sit, stand, crawl and walk sooner than whites.

    I find it amusing when Black nationalists and White egalitarians jump on this fact.

    So Black and White differences can exist when they are infants?

    Doesn’t race not exist? Or maybe it does for the first few years?

    Wiser liberals know to avoid the subject entirely instead of acknowledging any racial difference. Otherwise their entire ideology starts looking like total bullsh-t to the causal observer.

    Race doesn’t exist and only stupidhead evil Whites say it does but yes Black infants walk and talk earlier. THAT IS THE ONLY DIFFERENCE THO U GUYZ.

  78. @International Jew

    If you compare her writing to that of the Jewish boy who complained about her guest speaker, you see the stark difference between the top 0.5% of blacks, and the top 0.5% of Americans overall.

    I saw some of that awkwardness in college.

    The worst thing is that liberal profs are fully aware of this phenomenon.

    Seeing it first hand just makes them hate Whites even more.

    Their failed war against nature is readily apparent and it just burns their desire to level the world by any means necessary.

    These were all White profs.

  79. @Paperback Writer

    Oprah: I am a Zulu (South Africa)
    Rastas: I am an Ethiopian (East Africa)
    Kangs: I am an Egyptian (North Africa)
    Nation of Islam: I am the original Black Asiatic man.

    Everywhere but West Africa. Can’t bear to glance in the mirror.

    • Replies: @tyrone
  80. Polistra says:
    @El Dato

    Ack! I searched the thread for instances of “Ron P” before posting. Turns out it was lurking behind a MORE tag, which incidentally I compliment you for using.

    And I still say that Glenn Greenwald is one stand-up Hebrew.

    Ack. That’s a set-up isn’t it.

    • Replies: @silviosilver
  81. Mr. Mean says:
    @Doug

    Our hunter gatherer ancestors had life expectancies of 35. Good luck with melanoma and premature aging.

  82. Polistra says:
    @Andy

    Going to the Ivy League doesn’t seem to protect you from falling into crackpottery.

    There are lots of super-smart kids at America’s top colleges, of course. My question is what they do when they encounter material like this, inevitably from a source like this. Way back in my time, we’d roll our eyes but keep quiet because ‘we knew what was good for us.’

    That was in the 1980s. By the late 90s I doubt anyone (even a reprobate like me) would dare roll his eyes, at least not if anyone was looking. Apostates might have permitted themselves a few stray thoughts though.

    But that’s decades ago now, and the decades haven’t been too kind to the notion of free thought, much less free speech. How many undergrads at the ‘finer’ colleges even permit themselves a stray thought any more?

    Crimestop is far more likely, and it offers an easier life overall once you have it calibrated properly. Many seem to excel at that, at least.

  83. @Kyle

    I’m guessing “larger hat sizes” make it hard for infants to balance themselves.

    White male / Black female couples are probably at greater risk for birth related complications but no one is allowed to study or even talk about this.

    Liberals have declared that racial differences are superficial and can have no serious effect in any concerning way. Since “the science” is on their side it must be true.

  84. Charon says:
    @Anon

    When my son was an infant, his mom played ” Mozart for Babies” every day at naptime. The little brat grew up talented but insolent. Died at the age of 35, sorry to say. You and this Kierkegaard guy might be on to something.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  85. Freaky rumors are flying like crazy, and now we have this interesting tidbit to ponder:

    The acting head of Homeland Security abruptly resigned on Monday, to be replaced by the head of FEMA:
    https://www.cnn.com/2021/01/11/politics/chad-wolf-homeland-security/index.html

    And now Trump has declared a state of emergency in Washington, giving FEMA broad authority over the nation’s capital:
    https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefings-statements/president-donald-j-trump-approves-district-columbia-emergency-declaration/

    He’s making a speech from Alamo tomorrow. There was some confusion as to whether he would be speaking at *the* Alamo in San Antonio or in the border town of Alamo. Evidently it’s the latter.

  86. @Polistra

    The Harvard Crimson tried to get the Black Students Association to recall Clarke over her stupid letter. I think they failed but it was a different time: Jews were much more publicly worried about black crackpottery leading to pogroms in the mid-1990s than they dare to be today. E.g., OJ had murdered Ron Goldman a few months before.

  87. Charon says:
    @Anon

    Ive been right over and over through the years.

    Hey! This must be the internet!

    PS: that thing you’re predicting.
    It’s already well underway.

  88. BenKenobi says:

    Steve-a-rino… I don’t know what to say. My last two milquetoast comments, which were also responses to other commenters, were not just whimmed but summarily deleted. This has happened a handful of times before. I’m a reasonable fellow. I would always think “okay sure, that last one was a little inflammatory, no big deal.” I never hold it against you, or post a comment to complain about it. Several times I have mocked other commenters for complaining about moderation. I have also established an Unz rule that any comment complaining about moderation will be axiomatically posted without delay.

    But I don’t know, Big Guy (4u). You’ve changed in the past few months and not for the better. I hope you were paid well.

    • Replies: @Polistra
  89. JimB says:

    Melanin endows Blacks with greater mental, physical and spiritual abilities–something which cannot be measured based on Eurocentric standards.

    That’s why Elijah Muhammad could levitate the Pentagon but Abbie Hoffman couldn’t.

    • Replies: @David
  90. Dan Hayes says:
    @Wilkey

    Whatever was gutsy (e.g., HBD) in “The Bell Curve” was due to Herrnstein!

  91. Pericles says:
    @Anonymous

    [Paul Krugman:] No, the election wasn’t stolen. No, Dems aren’t Marxists — or pedophiles. No, BLM didn’t go on a deadly rampage (but rightists did).

    Leftoid cope. But, as we know, denial is merely the first step in coming to terms with what has been done. Let the healing begin.

    • Replies: @Prof. Woland
  92. @Doug

    Overall, the recommendations from the medical community get this wrong because of a single-minded focus on skin cancer. When crafting recommendations, dermatologists ignore everything outside their specialty.

    I think this is true. I read an article recently comparing the whole skin cancer/sunscreen! thing to the cholesterol/saturated-fat!/margarine debacle of the 60s that smarter–and more evolutionarily minded–scientists/thinkers eventually realized was just wrong.

    I raised my family here in the PNW (Pacific Northwest) and am a big believe in vit D supplementation. (As i’ve pitched repeatedly during the covid time.) But as with much biochemistry we have some understanding, but not really a complete picture of how all this works. It’s not clear whether supplementation is really as effective as the sun on vitamin D levels. And beyond that all the other stuff sun is doing for you.

    In any case, there is a reason we evolved lighter skin and this evolved when people were still outside a good bit. We are considerably more “indoor people” now then even just a few generations back. My guess is in the years to come we’ll have a better understand of the skin’s working as an organ, better more “get out there” medical advice and people at high latitude will have full spectrum lamps to get the winter exposure they need.

    • Replies: @vhrm
    , @Anon
  93. Pericles says:
    @anon

    “In a mere 30 seconds of sunlight on your butthole, you will receive more energy from this electric node than you would in an entire day being outside with your clothes on,” says an influencer, who goes by Ra of Earth. In a viral video that has racked up more than 35,000 views, he gestures toward the sun as three naked men lie down, point their backsides to the sky and make sounds of pleasure.

    Black science or gay science?

    • Replies: @Polistra
  94. Dissident says:
    @Doug

    In addition, sun exposure is one of the most effective anti-depressants known to man.

    Trem Azul (Blue Train) – Tom Jobim (Versão em Inglês)

    You take the blue train
    The sun on your head
    The sun takes the blue train
    With you in my head
    The sun on your head

    Tom Vinícius Toquinho e Miúcha 03 – Tarde em Itapoã (Live in Milan, 1978)

    [MORE]

    Spend an afternoon in Itapuã
    Under the sun that burns in Itapuã
    Listening to the sea in Itapuã
    Speak words of love in Itapuã

    ( English lyrics from Lyrics Translate

  95. Dan Hayes says:

    As usual, it’s Tucker Carlson who once again uncovered and publicized out-of-control negro fantasies, albeit at an earlier era which undoubtedly still persist. And these are the people who rule us!

  96. @Polistra

    There are lots of super-smart kids at America’s top colleges, of course. My question is what they do when they encounter material like this, inevitably from a source like this. …

    Since the rise of the Jews and with it minoritarianism in the 60s an Ivy League “education” is crackpottery like this. It is just much more sophisticated Jewish minoritarian crackpottery–bad whitey! racism! “diversity is our greatest strength!”, “immigrants are our future”–that prepares one to be a member of polite society. But it is crackpottery nonetheless.

    It stands up to neither empirical check nor the logic of evolutionary theory and natural selection nor analysis of how societies actually function/survive nor human history nor moral argument nor basic 6th grade math. It is simply an assertion of minority supremacy.

    (And since it is destroying the West, and societies–perhaps China?–that ignore it in favor of some sort of based reality will prosper while we falter, minoritarian glop is bound to end up in the dust bin–or more aptly “the sewer–of history.)

  97. Another great nomination is Victoria Nuland, who it looks like will be #3 at the Biden State Department.

    • Replies: @Polistra
    , @SunBakedSuburb
  98. Polistra says:
    @BenKenobi

    Several times I have mocked other commenters for complaining about moderation.

    Aha! Person who live in Asian Town! Now chicken come home to roost!!

    • LOL: BenKenobi
  99. It is most interesting that the letter included a scientifically factual point:

    “Two: Black infants sit, stand, crawl and walk sooner than whites.”

    This is true, but it is usually considered very political incorrect to mention it outside of narrow, carefully curated clinical studies. Precocity of infants across species is in general associated with lower intelligence of that species in adulthood. Rushton noted the same fact as these authors, but interpreted it more carefully. This racial difference in infant precocity points toward the opposite from what the authors want to claim. It predicts lower average intelligence among ethnic African adults. You will never see this well-known scientific fact mentioned in the mainstream media — it is taboo.

    Precocity across subpopulations has the opposite prediction from precocity of individuals within a homogenous population.

    There is a second politically incorrect implication of the cited scientific fact: it means that race exists and has observable effect on average tendencies across racial groups.

    So she really is a bit in the HBD camp, but with wildly incorrect hypotheses, albeit based on HBD principles. In a strange way I like her already!

    • Thanks: JackOH
    • Replies: @peterike
  100. Puremania says:

    In other news, the great-grandson of Trofim Denisovich Lysenko has been named the new Secretary of Agriculture. Lysenko is widely recognized for his research on electrolytes, which is what plants crave.

    • LOL: ic1000, Dan Hayes
    • Replies: @YetAnotherAnon
  101. Polistra says:
    @Pericles

    Should I ask my neighbors for their opinion of this before or after doing it?

  102. @Paperback Writer

    Oh please. “Colorism” is massive among blacks for a reason.

    Again, it doesn’t matter what they say publicly. (That was my point.)

  103. Polistra says:
    @Kaganovich

    I absolutely love that they’re Leading With Lunacy like this right out of the gate. We’ve been hearing from them for years now that facts, logic, science, math and such are white-male-supremacist notions which need to be jettisoned because racial justice and equity. Where did anyone think it would lead? This is just beginning, and I fully intend to enjoy the ride.

    We shouldn’t hate and ridicule. We should aid and abet.

    Granted, your example is Evil and Steve’s is Stupid, but we’ve room for both kinds, don’t we? Trump was just Stupid. Think how much more we can achieve now.

  104. I hope she understands that the anger and disappointment that will no doubt be directed at her by Jews and others on this campus are not outbursts of gratuitous hostility toward her community, but are rather expressions of hurt and anguish over the loss of what might have been between us.

    Pretty self-aware Jew, preemptively excusing his tribe’s habit of crying out in anguish as they strike you..

  105. @Polistra

    I don’t even like the guy, but I’ll grant he’s one of the few righteous among the Hebrews.

  106. @Admiral Assbar

    This is really some Nation of Islam-level crackpottery.

    This is some typical Negro intellectualism. Absolutely nothing unusual about it, and not confined to the prison gang “Muslims”.

    The typical effusive happiness of the negro is, in my opinion, the result of IQ and low time preference. Negroes simply don’t spend the time worrying about tomorrow. Dumb & happy is quite a real thing – you won’t find many depressives among the Down Syndrome set.

    • Replies: @silviosilver
  107. @Red Pill Angel

    I just hope that they will get around to blackifying Terence McKenna and legalize DMT. That will be enormously entertaining – free the pineal gland for racial justice!

    If this article is an indication, it should be a fun few years now that crap can be published without blaming Trump. Here we learn that West Africans have had a learning gap for quite a while now:

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-9134051/Stone-Age-continued-20-000-years-longer-previously-thought-areas.html

  108. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:
    @Bill Jeff Dexter Boomhower

    White women procreating with black men. You must live in a shabby trailer park in one of those 30 percent black counties in the south east. Maybe if you left Povertyville Mississippi for a less black area or weren’t addicted to Ww bm porn, you’d have a more realistic view.

    • Replies: @Whiskey
  109. Black people superior because they got more Mel and Kim:

  110. vhrm says:
    @AnotherDad

    Well, avoiding sunburn, especially in youth, and protecting your face is still good practice, so as to not be too leathery in mid-life. Especially for women since looking aged is a much bigger penalty for them.

    • Replies: @AnotherDad
  111. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:
    @AnotherDad

    You’re right about the skin cancer scare leading to vitamin D deficiency. A few years ago I had my annual physical. The Dr was surprised I didn’t have a vitamin D deficiency. She mentioned that it was very common nowadays because everyone is afraid of skin cancer.

    When we were teens sun was supposed to cure pimples. It’s supposed to cure nail fungus and other nasty skin infections The 1920s 30s baby and child care books advised sunbathing for babies and toddlers. Sunbathing is supposed to help cure tuberculosis.

    So many experts, so many health fads.

  112. The alt-right needs to prepare for the hammer that’s coming down. No matter how much you wish and want a white pill, the future for frogs (who even uses this anachronistic term these days except for BAP?) who need white pilling is looking bleak.

    Three things you need to turn away from: 1) faggotry in all its forms and variations (Vox Day & UATV, Bronze Age Pervert and Counter Currents as 3 examples) 2) rigid economic orthodox understandings of life. You can help a brother out through taxation and universal healthcare. If that’s socialism then become a socialist. Tip: you and yours are just as deserving of the economic pie as anyone else, 3) Anime. Shun weeaboos wherever you find them. It’s a disorder worse than transexualism.

    Be like me, eternally black pilled and constantly surprised on account of it.

    The final song of 2020

    He made Israel greater than ever before and left you isolated, hunted down and criminalised. The only thing he’ll regret is the passing of the PGA from Trump golf courses. He made hundreds of e-merchants and alt-right grifters wealthy by feasting on your genuine good will and pay check.

    As 2021 comes on I want to offer my humble suggestions: 1) go fishing. Learn to tie a double clinch knot. 2) start a vege patch and grow your own food, if you don’t have a back yard go bush and 3) get a trade. Get certified in a trade you can turn to your lifetime benefit.

    White pill:

  113. @AnotherDad

    I’m sure you’d agree that ol Steve’s latest additions to the huddled masses seem to be closer in IQ to the melanin end of the Bell Curve.

  114. Polistra says:

    “MAGA Terrorists” = “People we don’t like”

    Let them eat dog food! In chains! Can you imagine what would have happened to any public figure this past summer who suggested anything remotely similar for BLM/Antifa Terrorists?

    • Replies: @Redneck farmer
    , @Dmon
  115. Thoughts says:
    @Anonymous

    The President of the United States likes to Sniff Children

    And massage women who stand too close

    • Agree: Pat Hannagan
  116. @Polistra

    Imagine if someone said, “Turn the dogs loose” on BLM protesters!

  117. This summer has already turned into a gold mine of God’s gifts constantly teaching me His purpose and one of the most memorable was watching multitudes of Amoeba Music’s What’s in my Bag when Buzz Osbourne (fellow Irishman) nominate Flannery O’Connor’s John Huston directed Wise Blood movie.

    All I can say is “Whoah!”

    The miraculous thing is one of my top 20 favourite songs of all time was inspired with sound clips from it! Jungian synchronicity.

    Encapsulates everything I hate about Protestantism, and Southern Baptists in particular.

    (The other move was The Treasure of the Sierra Madre which I’m yet to find)

  118. @Wilkey

    Herrnstein was kind of the prototypical example of the socially ascendant high IQ Jew. His father was a housepainter (but ran NYC’s only Hungarian language theater in his spare time), and he was B.F. Skinner’s successor at Harvard. Much of Herrnstein’s later work after he got bored with behaviorism was about the impact of IQ sorting on American life.

    • Thanks: Dan Hayes, Wilkey
  119. @Thomas

    If you see any more examples to support your idea of Joe Biden as our first hotep President, let me know.

    • Replies: @anon
  120. Voltarde says:
    @Polistra

    Going to the Ivy League doesn’t seem to protect you from falling into crackpottery.

    When European, and by extension American, civilization was advancing (however imperfectly), younger generations looked back in pride, appreciation, and at times astonishment at what their ancestors had accomplished. And not just pride, but out of a sense of duty or healthy rivalry, a desire on the part of each generation to accomplish even greater things than preceding generations.

    But to many, eventually the source of that sense of pride became a source of … embarrassment, especially in the era of public libraries, photography, radio, then TV, movies, and inexpensive electronic devices.

    So increasing numbers of people in the post-WWII era, especially so-called “elites”, started to look back in resentment at what their ancestors had accomplished. To be blunt about it, what, in comparison to the sum total of those accomplishments, can I hope to achieve in my lifetime by comparison? At some level, public libraries, photography, radio, movies, and inexpensive electronic devices only helped to reinforce that resentment. They constantly remind us of how little in comparison we can ever hope to accomplish.

    How do many fill this void? With anti-accomplishment, and increasingly, with psychologically unhinged anti-accomplishment. English departments rename themselves, celebrate mediocrity, and openly vilify genuinely creative artists who inspired countless generations of people. We’ve got university music departments, creative writing departments, fine art departments, and drama departments galore. But where is the truly great music? Great art? Great theatre? And please, let’s not get started on the subject of architecture.

    Remember that Stanford University, of all places, actively recruited, generously funded, and refused to expel students who paraded around campus and openly chanted “Hey hey, hey ho, Western Civ has got to go”. Call it the anthem of “elite” anti-accomplishment.

    Scientists ignored these developments for years, expecting to be spared. Sorry, but once the rot sets in, anti-accomplishment just breeds more anti-accomplishment. Few scientists will ever accumulate a record of accomplishment that will put them in the league of a Robert Millikan, R.A. Fisher, or James D. Watson. So when these eminent scientists were vilified, behold the spectacle of a scientific establishment that meekly submitted when told to “Shut The F*** Up” by the Brave New Commissars.

    In the declining phase of a civilization, instead of “each generation (seeking) to accomplish even greater things than preceding generations”, we now have each generation of “elite” mediocrities seeking to outdo each other with their celebration of anti-accomplishment.

    • Agree: martin_2
  121. Steve, I’d love to see you get invited to Amoeba Music and select your best and describe it.

    You’re as much a California personality as the rest of them, probably have vaster intellectual impact than 70% of them.

    If I were to do similar today it would, looking back, surprise me.

    Perhaps you could do a post similar to “What’s in my Bag“? (They’re not going to invite you) I’d love to read and listen to that.

  122. Rattle456 says:

    Off-topic, but here’s a funny case of stereotype accuracy. I read a headline saying that an NHL player had filed for bankruptcy with $27 millions of debt. I was intrigued because pro hockey players are usually at least reasonably prudent white guys who don’t piss away their millions. Turns out the player in question is Evander Kane, one of   the only handful of black NHL players. He has gambling debts, but the biggest drain on his finances seems to be that he supports his profligate extended family.

    Link: https://nypost.com/2021/01/11/sharks-evander-kane-files-for-bankruptcy

    • Replies: @Altai
    , @martin_2
    , @Buffalo Joe
  123. bomag says:
    @Admiral Assbar

    The pineal gland produces melatonin, not melanin.

    I’m sure our newly Woke congress, courts, and administration will write, interpret, and enforce laws that will correct this oversight of nature.

    Its who we are now.

  124. Thoughts says:
    @Voltarde

    I disagree with this.

    When you like to do something, you don’t compare yourself to others. Creative people are not jealous people.

    Stagnation is happening because white males aren’t allowed to be 100% true to themselves.

  125. Classic video from 2020

    This is a profoundly nice country. The nicest in the world….we tip our waiters more…it’s a sweet country..in some ways it’s getting better…it’s why we’ve only had one revolution…it’s why we’ve fought off the metric system (and thank heaven we have)…It’s why we still have Christmas…It’s still the happiest time of the year and therefore it’s the most American…America is a happy country, despite everything. Our happiness is fundamental. It’s in our founding documents. It’s in our people.

    Why do Americans constantly compare themselves to the rest of the world?

    I assure you no speech by an Australian politician would be about how awesome and world universal defying we are.

    I don’t want to embarrass Americans but I want to understand why you constantly feel he need to compare yourselves to some inner head extrapolated world brain super type who’se hell bent on proving our the 2nd best?

    No one is!

    We’re happy for you to be just Yanks.

    Why is Tucker, the most sane and composed of you, still so hysterically earnest in proving you’re the best people ever?

    • Thanks: Buffalo Joe
  126. Mike Tre says:
    @JohnPlywood

    You are proof positive that Hindu’s have a special dislike for Africans.

  127. @Pat Hannagan

    alt-right has less credibility and integrity than a tweaker defending his makeshift hut

    At least the tweaker has actually constructed something tangible and recognisable as something approaching the most rudimentary forms of human intelligence

    • Replies: @El Dato
    , @Pat Hannagan
  128. @Stan d Mute

    the result of IQ and low time preference.

    They have a relatively high, not low, time preference.

    Be honest: you’ve been corrected on this before, haven’t you.

    • LOL: AndrewR
    • Replies: @AndrewR
  129. @AnotherDad

    “it is interesting that so many people comment on “The Bell Curve” and have no idea what it is about”

    Which makes me wonder – is Professor Tony Martin actually an anti-semite? I think he’s written on Jewish involvement in the slave trade – is that the evidence or is there more?

  130. Anonymous[161] • Disclaimer says:

    Off topic:

  131. It makes me melancholy to know that nobody has a classical education anymore. If they did they might know that the melas is just the Greek word for black.

    A useful root for word formation, particularly as the Latin word for black has become very unpopular for some reason.

    • Replies: @FPD72
  132. El Dato says:
    @Anonymous

    This is even better than Ransacking Bison Barbarian.

    • Replies: @JerseyJeffersonian
  133. El Dato says:
    @Pat Hannagan

    Seriously I thank the BLUE POLYGENDERED DIVERSITY GOD OF ANAL FREE LOVING to read this tweet. It made my day

    It’s just sad that instead of Demon AIs barely kept in check in Zürich data vaults, we have make believe GPT-3 stuff from faker outfits like OpenAI and Google.

    • Replies: @Pat Hannagan
  134. @Puremania

    ” the great-grandson of Trofim Denisovich Lysenko has been named the new Secretary of Agriculture”

    Link? I can’t find any evidence of this.

    • LOL: al gore rhythms
    • Replies: @Servant of Gla'aki
  135. @Pat Hannagan

    Perhaps Tucker and RRTI should spend less time examining the supposed “anti-American” attitudes of other White people who don’t share your pro-degenerate takes on the world and focus instead on why a world unifying White song like Metallica’s One is not an annual exam focused question on what White People have contributed to universal mankind.

    • Replies: @Pat Hannagan
  136. Dan Smith says:

    And here I was thinking race was just a construct! Now I learn it’s all about the melanin. My head is spinning!

  137. tyrone says:
    @TelfoedJohn

    Right, and Nigeria is number one in wire fraud …..bilking old white people out of their savings …..something every black person can be proud of.

  138. Bugg says:

    Some smart guy or tranny will write Biden a Lanie Guarnier speech how he re-read this woman’s speeches and had NO IDEA she had these views. She’ll then be ushered off to a nice college to tell white kids how evil they are in a “race studies” chair at 6 figures per.

    Lede buried yet again; while her ideas are loopy nonsense, here is a leftist acknowledging at least there are physiological differences among and between the races. At a loss why she dislikes “The Bell Curve” and it’s authors. Her only disagreement is, well, the actual science. But she probably is too dense to understand this big picture.

    Melanin! Leonard Jeffries’ nephew, sadly, my Congressman, Hakeem Jeffries, is in line to be the Speaker when Pelosi finally goes to her well-appointed high end ice cream parlor retirement or death.

    • Replies: @Hibernian
  139. Look on the bright side, this idiot will wind up getting more blacks killed in the hood while she searches for white men in white hoods. The bad news is her answer will be to send the blacks to small towns. Run for local offices next year and get control over your zoning laws. Make everything something like a 100 yr flood plain or home to spotted owls with melanin.

  140. @Pat Hannagan

    RRTI and BAP along with Vox Day should reflect on the fact that not everyone is drawn to masturbating over pre-pubescent girl cartoons, nubile roided up junky euro power bottoms shot for GQ mag, or co-mixing with exotica from various internationally famous homosexuals like Milo and Owen and constantly excusing them on account of your extreme adoration of the southern baptist credo of do whatever the fuck you like and excuse yourself on the Blood of Christ.

    A curse on your perverting predilections.

    • Replies: @anon
  141. peterike says:
    @Peter Johnson

    It is most interesting that the letter included a scientifically factual point:

    “Two: Black infants sit, stand, crawl and walk sooner than whites.”

    This is true,

    And that’s why the little black kid is beating up your little white kid in kindergarten.

  142. peterike says:

    The upside of hiring a not very bright grifter is that she’ll spend most of her time on “junkets,” flying first class, staying in the best hotels on the tax payers dime (with her posse along for the ride, in Michelle Obama style), giving speeches to adoring crowds and getting her photo in the fashion magazines every month. She’s abusing her expense account, you say? Ha ha ha! Who’s going to question a strong black woman about THAT?

    Oh, doing any actual work? Nah.

    • Thanks: Polistra
    • LOL: Buffalo Joe
    • Replies: @Polistra
  143. @El Dato

    What I want to know is why ever since Trump instigated a moronic faux uprising resulting in the complete collapse of his legacy, not to mention several lives, my favourite album of all time now has been disembarked from all commentary?

    Trump has been a worse disaster than a Hillary Clinton presidency. Signs of the worthless advocacy of his ardent adherants like RRTI, Vox Day and BAP

    They have instigated a worse legacy than anything that has gone before

    • Replies: @Pat Hannagan
    , @El Dato
  144. MEH 0910 says:

    • Replies: @El Dato
  145. anon[299] • Disclaimer says:

    “Coeruleus” means “sky blue” and locus coeruleus is so named because it is blue in color.
    They will have to retcon all the neuroanatomy books.

    • Replies: @El Dato
  146. @Anon7

    I don’t think that they will exhaust their rage on Donald Trump. When they’ve gotten every bit of satisfaction from destroying him, they’re coming for us.

    Oh, it’s already gone way beyond Trump — the “deadly riot”/”assault on Democracy” is being used as a cudgel to beat and silence any white conservative with even the slightest influence or political future. And soon enough they’ll get around to the nobodies like us.

    I guess blacks could be asked if they really think they could run civilization without us. Maybe they think other PoCs, like Asians or Chinese, could do it and they don’t need us any more.

    Good question — or maybe they just think electricity comes from those little holes in the wall

    • LOL: BB753
  147. Adelson bites the dust.

    Well, it was long overdue ….

  148. Keypusher says:
    @JohnnyWalker123

    Rev. Wright could clearly use a melanin boost himself, though not to the extent of America‘s most famous “black” playwright, August Wilson.

    http://t2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQSc6o8A9YRB1IkTVhFCzs4wFJ8oUZOA-YtS4Aq8mO33CAjP3tFz5yEL4M5Rq5J

  149. Anon7 says:

    OT: according to a screenshot, Nancy Pelosi tweeted in 2016 after the election:

    “Our election was hijacked. There is no question. Congress has a duty to #ProtectOurDemocracy and #FollowTheFacts”

    The times they are a changin’.

  150. anonymous[512] • Disclaimer says:

    Tactics of Organized Jewry in Suppressing Free Speech
    By Prof. Tony Martin

    Up to that point I was still a little astounded, considering the prominence given to what, to me, was a totally inconsequential thing. Shortly after all of this started, four of the major Jewish organizations issued a joint press release attacking me: the Anti-Defamation League, the American Jewish Committee, the American Jewish Congress, and the Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Boston. Afterwards they said that this was somewhat unprecedented for these major Jewish organizations to combine their efforts to attack one little obscure professor at a small school. They also admitted that it was unusual to issue this press release in the middle of one of their high holy days — of which there are quite a few, I understand — to sort of disturb the sanctity of this high holiday by issuing something along these lines.

    Now, I actually saw one of the original press releases, which I have likened to a medieval scroll. It reminded me of a movie I saw as a boy, with Robin Hood, in which the Sheriff of Nottingham went into Sherwood Forest [laughter], and he would unroll a long proclamation and tack it on a tree, saying “Robin Hood, beware. We’re looking for you.” That kind of a thing. [laughter]. This was literally a scroll. You couldn’t read it without having to unroll it. I’ve never seen anything like it. It had the logos of these four organizations. And this opened my eyes to the proclivity of these folks to tell lies.

    • Replies: @Pat Hannagan
  151. The woman is immature and in denial regarding sub-standard negro IQ scores. She wants negroes to be superior, so she just decides that negroes are superior and she invents a ridiculous explanation. She is unaware that her grammar is atrocious, that she confuses words with similar spellings,and that she uses magical thinking instead of logic and committment to truth. Yet, she wants to apply her own version of racial hatred to whites in the name of fighting hate. What she hates is herself and she is too much the coward to admit it.

    • Replies: @SunBakedSuburb
  152. @Pat Hannagan

    Every mainstream video is “Comments disabled” all thanks to retard millenials and their love of the q-anon grift.

    Fuck me, you’ve destroyed everything

    • Replies: @John Johnson
  153. @Voltarde

    I wouldn’t agree. You see a cause-effect situation where there is none.

    First- you are too focused on American scene. But, even in that case, you got way too many American (or immigrant American) creative people in all areas: for instance, Edward Witten, Andrew Wiles, Juan Maldacena, Abhay Ashtekar,  … Cormac McCarthy, Terrence Malick, Jim Jarmusch … Then, you have to take into account that some decades are naturally more “creative”- say, the 1920s & 30s for theoretical physics, while others are simply, well, not so abundant in permanent cognitive & creative wealth of insight & knowledge. Take everything from exact sciences to movies. Truly creative women & men don’t whine or resent past greatness; they, like the late Harold Bloom lament that- in their fields of interest – there is nothing comparable (or, at least, they have that opinion).

    “Anti-accomplishment” people, in my view, fall into two categories: punks & enraged mediocrities. Punks are blacks & antifa (they are clueless about past greats); mediocrities are spiritual heirs to Lysenko & imaginary- not real- Salieri.  

    • Replies: @Bardon Kaldian
  154. Rob McX says:
    @anon

    The expression “Shove it where the sun don’t shine” will soon be obsolete.

    • Replies: @Dissident
  155. anon[576] • Disclaimer says:
    @Pat Hannagan

    Obsess much?

    Show us on the doll where Vox Day banned you.

  156. FPD72 says:
    @Jonathan Mason

    If they did they might know that the melas is just the Greek word for black.

    Actually, “melas” is usually translated as “member.” The Greek word ordinarily translated as “black” is “mauros” (using standard transliteration).

    • Replies: @AnotherGuessModel
  157. Mr. Anon says:

    OT – Trump’s last remaining supporter dies:

    https://investor.sands.com/press-releases/press-release-details/2021/Las-Vegas-Sands-Announces-Passing-of-Company-Founder-and-Industry-Changing-Entrepreneur-Sheldon-G.-Adelson/default.aspx

    “Mr. Adelson went from a teenager selling newspapers on a street corner to becoming one of the world’s most successful entrepreneurs vice magnates.”

  158. @Pat Hannagan

    Australia is an inordinately awesome country on account of our founding British documents which proclaim us so.

    There is one thing guaranteed in our primordial documentation of who we are, even though it doesn’t guarantee a right to arms, it is “a right to bear arms as if you actually bore arms”.

    So there you go, a right to bear arms without having to bear arms, all written in black and white, along with the queen’s adddendum: “…the Australian people shall be happy, the happiest people on the earth.”

    And so we are!

    Here’s to Tucker, 1st Amendment yanks, and the great example of all Americans in their daily composure as a light upon our hill.

  159. @Admiral Assbar

    The pineal gland produces melatonin, not melanin. This is really some Nation of Islam-level crackpottery.

    Then where does watermelanin come from?

  160. Whites (who were invented in a lab by an evil scientist with a giant head) stole blacks from their native African lands and brought them to the Americas. Deprived of the ample melanin naturally available to them in Africa as a consequence of jokes made by whites in the Americas, blacks’ average (neuro)melanin levels plummeted resulting in poor academic and economic performance. In fact, this lack of melanin is what drives blacks to kill other blacks – in order to harvest the melanin from the dead that is needed for superior black achievement. Therefore this state of affairs is the fault of whites.

    • Replies: @James Speaks
    , @Corvinus
  161. El Dato says:
    @Anonymous

    The way social meedja purge is accelerating, they will soon ban dumb questions on Stack Overflow.

    Also, this is the occasion for the “It’s ironic, isn’t it” meme:

  162. El Dato says:
    @anon

    In the New Descartianism, the locus coeruleus will be considered the “twitter/facebook locus”. There will be special doctors whose livelihood consists in adjusting it, in need by neurotoxins and scalpels.

  163. El Dato says:
    @Pat Hannagan

    Trump has been a worse disaster than a Hillary Clinton presidency.

    Don’t fret. You will get the Hillary Clinton presidency, just 4 years later.

  164. Hibernian says:
    @Bugg

    Some smart guy or tranny will write Biden a Lanie Guarnier speech how he re-read this woman’s speeches and had NO IDEA she had these views.

    The past is another country. It would set off the greatest firestorm you ever saw if Biden pulled the nomination. I think she will be narrowly confirmed.

  165. @Charon

    Ugh, not good. Don’t forget that Adelson approved of Trump and helped finance him, bigly. There’ll be less money now for whoever dons the Trumpist mantle in 2022 and 2024.

    • Replies: @nebulafox
    , @danand
  166. Brilliant! Melanin Supremacism Uber alles!

  167. @Pat Hannagan

    Can you please post your boomer reality avoidance tunes somewhere else?

    It’s bad enough that I have to see those reality denying hippies worshipped on television.

    Unz is the only break I have from the boomer reality avoidance culture.

  168. @Yojimbo/Zatoichi

    “they sure are … funnier”

    Black humor is lowest common denominator. It’s juvenalia. I enjoy a good fart, dick, and other body-related funnies when administered in a small dose. A fart funny is best unleashed at an inappropriate moment. But we live in the anti-comedy era now; check out the new colourful zoomer and younger millennial comics. Sweet, sweet Jesus. A well-placed fart bomb is the only thing that could save their sets.

  169. anon[222] • Disclaimer says:

    There’ll be less money now for whoever dons the Trumpist NAZI mantle in 2022 and 2024.

    FIFY.
    Jack Dorsey says “Shuddup!”, by the way. Just thought I’d let you know.

  170. @prime noticer

    prime, I don’t remember Mr. Keller, and not to be argumentative, Olympic athletes don’t actually represent their country. In today’s Olympics they are all well paid and sponsored pros.

    • Replies: @Lockean Proviso
  171. Whiskey says: • Website
    @Anon

    I see five of these couples in my neighborhood. They live better than I do. Most work for the county based on their vehicles. I see five or six in the upscale Irvine supermarket I shop at.

    Black dudes are top of the food chain. Thats reality

  172. @YetAnotherAnon

    ” the great-grandson of Trofim Denisovich Lysenko has been named the new Secretary of Agriculture”

    Link? I can’t find any evidence of this.

    Yeah, some guy told me that Biden appointed that big Black dude who headed up CHAZ to be the next Attorney General of the United States, and I can’t find any substantiation online for that either. What gives? C’mon, man!

  173. TWS says:
    @Bill Jeff Dexter Boomhower

    Why not stick to the duck? You’re funny enough you don’t need to use sock puppets.

    Now, noticing man Sailer, do you have a kid with Down syndrome or a bright five year old approving comments? How do you not see Duck’s sock puppets? If everyone else has to stick to one name or go anonymous, why let Duck continually break the rules?

    • Agree: William Badwhite
    • Replies: @Bardon Kaldian
  174. @Bragadocious

    True that. But don’t forget the major point: Obama’s Iran Nuke Deal. That pissed them off so much they hired their shabbos goy Donald Trump to spend Obama’s term denouncing Iran (rather than say, immigration or outsourcing), then ran him for President himself.

    • Replies: @Bragadocious
  175. Dissident says:
    @Anon

    Sun exposure is associated with drastically lower rates of heart disease, most types of cancer, and neurocognitive decline.

    You’re assuming that correlation equals causation. There are all kinds of average differences in traits between those who get a lot of sun and those who don’t.

    What you have articulated has essentially been my response to the sudden “discovery”, around a decade or so ago, that nearly everyone is “deficient” in Vitamin D; the claim, seemingly bought-into by a near-consensus of the medical establishment, that the optimum levels for this substance were actually much higher than had been previously thought. An article I recall reading at the time cited the Vitamin-D levels of surfers in Hawaii as the new standard for optimal health.

    [MORE]

    But how do they know that it is the higher Vitamin-D levels of surfers (or any number of other demographics who get maximal sun exposure), and not one or more of any number of other factors* that account for the positive health of surfers? And even if we can establish a clear causal connection between sun exposure and positive health,

    [MORE]
    how could we know that the effect is actually from the Vitamin-D and not any number of other possible benefits bestowed by sunlight?

    *Whether directly part of the surfing experience itself (such as the fresh, exhilarating ocean air; the particular physical activity involved; any number of psychological factors, etc., etc.), or more indirectly related. Perhaps even simply that a positive state of health is a prerequisite for having the stamina, agility and other abilities to surf.

    I subsequently saw an article* claiming that this push for a mass increase in Vitamin-D supplementation had been pushed by one or more entities with a direct financial interest in it.

    *Possibly this one:
    Vitamin D, the Sunshine Supplement, Has Shadowy Money Behind It (New York Times, August 2018)

    [quoting Jayman] people who exercise more have fewer/later health problems and live longer, so naturally conventional wisdom interprets this to mean that exercise leads to health and longer life, when in reality healthy people are driven to exercise and have better health due to their genes.

    Another possibility is that people who exercise more are more health conscious and therefore more likely to maintain other habits and practices salubrious to health than people who exercise less.

    That was the precise explanation I heard from Michael Pollan* for a seeming contradiction that he cited concerning nutritional supplements. Namely, Pollan said that repeated studies indicate (a) that such products are at best useless (at least absent a specific, established deficiency), and (b) that people who consume them regularly have better health outcomes than people that don’t.

    (*Some years ago, when he was making the rounds of radio interviews promoting one of his books.)

    As for Jayman, a perusal of the piece you linked to and a number of the exchanges concerning it between him and the Unzitariat that took place in the comments, suggests that genetics are effectively a magic key for him, to which he reduces nearly everything; seems little better than the inverse of blank-slatism.

    ( Above photo from Surfing Into Adolescence/ Off Diamond Head, William Finnegan, The New Yorker, May 2015
    “To be thirteen, with a surfboard, in Hawaii.”)

  176. @Altai

    And funnily enough, people speculating that Nick Cannon will have another 15 minutes of infamy soon.

    In the Biden Administration?

    “Cannon enrolled at Howard University in 2016 and graduated in 2020 with a bachelor’s degree in Criminology/Administration of Justice and a minor in Africana Studies.”– Wikipedia

    Which may indeed last for 15 minutes, until Kamala takes over.

  177. @Lot

    Well, Ms Anonymous and I aren’t quite so successful, but she is the daughter of right-wing Jewish Trump voters!

  178. anon[255] • Disclaimer says:
    @Steve Sailer

    Have you checked with any of the Hoteps about this? They might not necessarily want to be lumped in with Creepy Joe Biden.

  179. @Anon

    IIRC correctly, Black maturation also includes tooth development and this, and all other differences, share the same Black > White > Oriental continuum and tie in with cross-species primate differences.

    Amazingly, you can still by Rushton’s REB on Amazon. Maybe this has just gone unnoticed by our totalitarian tech overlords.

    • Replies: @Bardon Kaldian
  180. @James Speaks

    “What she hates is herself”

    Nope. She loves herself. Like most blacks, self-esteem is not a problem for this lady. She hates you and me. Particularly me.

  181. nebulafox says:
    @International Jew

    On the contrary, not being bankrolled by people like Adelson will help GOP insurgents in the future, not hurt them. Besides the general push for de-oligarchization that will need to be behind any successful platform, there’s zero constituency outside the K Street ideological bubble for a preemptive war with Iran. Republican politicians must understand that.

    The GOP base is generally pro-Israel: but they are not pro-Israel to the point where Rubio and Cruz bending over to out-compete each other on who could bash Trump more for being insufficiently submissive to a foreign state got them anywhere in 2016.

    • Agree: El Dato
    • Replies: @Lot
    , @Paperback Writer
  182. @silviosilver

    A quote from some Black lady comes to mind: “Sometimes I wonder about those darker brothers.”

    I wonder what percentage of all races have their doubts. Certainly there’s no guilt when you criticize your own race. (There’re many aspects of the typical Ashkenazi personality profile that annoy the sh&$ out of me).

  183. @Kyle

    So that’s the reason for the tiny hats!

  184. I can’t believe she had nothing to say about the Substantia Nigra

  185. @vhrm

    Well, avoiding sunburn, especially in youth, and protecting your face is still good practice, so as to not be too leathery in mid-life. Especially for women since looking aged is a much bigger penalty for them.

    Absolutely. Don’t bake yourself.

    I’m not one of those weird alabaster whites, but my roots are Irish-Anglo-Germanic and i’ve got the skin to match and did–unfortunately–have some very bad–back peels away–sunburns as a kid. Need AnotherMom to keep checking my back. And i’ve had those precursor thingys burned off my face and head several times.

    That said, since retiring to Florida, i sure notice both my improved mood and general physical well-being getting some time on the beach. (Of course, just being able to walk outside and not have the sky pissing on you, does tend to improve one’s mood.)

  186. El Dato says:
    @MEH 0910

    “Dried Black Body powder – now with added Pyramid Dust! 100% of sub-saharan village shamans concur: it’s much more effective than dried albino body parts!”

    “Gives Whitey the Power He Craves!”

  187. Melanin enriched brains? Perhaps that is why they can hear dog whistles.

    As for your melanin/melatonin quibbles, those are just more of the rational process constructs devised by the patriarchy to enslave women in spacious homes, surrounded by grass and trees. There, encumbered by the poison fruit of heteronormalcy, the unpaid domestic workers toiled while their oppressors went to town each day and constructed racism.
    C’mon, man!

  188. @Kaganovich

    “Victoria Nuland”

    With all of these crazy ass bitches like neocon sweetheart Ms. Nuland and the black lady who we’re all talking about here but who’s name already escapes me and creepy laugh Kamala, the empire that Allen and John Foster Dulles built will finally die. I’m drawing up plans for the new America.

  189. Muggles says:

    It is worth noting, as a matter of science, that DNA researchers have been saying for years that the DNA of people living in Africa is far more varied than the DNA variances between Africans and non Africans.

    I.e. though all eggs look alike more or less, they aren’t alike.

    Africans are less DNA homogeneous than other races. Theories that rest upon “African DNA is better” would need to account for this. If they were science.

    Looking at different Africans (non African Aamericanss, many of whom have non African DNA ancestors) would show you some coal black, tall and short, many mixtures of brown/black, different kinds of facial and body types, etc.

    Sun exposure can affect mood, since SAD (seasonal affective disorder) is well recognized for people living in very far northern climates in the winter. Full spectrum light therapy is the treatment.

    Can anyone imagine some white or Asian person even 30 years ago writing about and defending racial DNA superiority in such a crackpot manner, being nominated for a high government post? And receiving zero push-back by mainstream media mavens?

    No, this is Memory Holed. Other forms of “racism” are permanent; black racism is well, just a temporary fad, a childish thing. Evidently.

    • Replies: @Unladen Swallow
  190. jamie b. says:
    @jon

    Yeah, I was kinda thinking: doesn’t that imply a simpler neural architecture? Is that really a point Afrocentrists want to push?

  191. Strongly disagree with Tucker, in his wrap up:

    “In a sane country someone like Kristen Clarke would be under investigation by the Civil Rights Division–not running it.”

    A “civil rights” division investigating people for spouting “hate” is a nightmare.

    I also disagree with this particular thrust here, that conservatives should be running off to their Jewish mother to bust some black loon. That does nothing to break the minoritarian narrative. Media Jews, organized Jewry continue to preach “racism!”, “white privilege!”, blah, blah, blah …and bad mouth deplorable white gentiles with no shame.

    It’s the Jews’ own minoritarian narrative that is evil and needs to get tossed. Not policing this or that intra-fringe ethnic squabble.

    The core of it is exactly the problem with the Tucker quote.

    In a sane–free–country there is no “Civil Rights” division peering into every nook and cranny of life for insufficient fealty to minoritarianism. It’s a nasty minoritarian totalitarian project.

    In a free nation people go about their personal business–not stealing or injuring anyone else–as they see fit.

  192. Altai says:
    @Rattle456

    True to form, he formed an alliance of the other black players to fight racism in hockey. This is similar to all the other black ethnic activists in sports, they’re all nuts.

    Seriously, the player who got the EPL to still be kneeling before games and have players names replaced with ‘black lives matter’ had a (white) wife beating absent drug dealing father (Whom he also idolised) and almost killed a much younger man outside a night club. He later left his white mother of his children for a half black instagram model.

  193. Altai says:
    @Anonymous

    BuT ThEY WoRk sO HaRD, tHey’RE NATUral ConServatives!

    Conservatives for what? Not your nation Regan boy.

  194. @Anonymous

    Shows that Indians can do more than just run motels and convenience stores. The boy has done well for himself with a nice indoors job in Silly Con Valley.

    It’s a far cry from the times when Indians were imported to Guyana and Trinidad to do the work that blacks wouldn’t do after emancipation.

    • Replies: @CCG
    , @Reg Cæsar
    , @nebulafox
  195. @Anon

    OneNineOne, a quick search shows black babies die at a rate 3x that of White babies and black mothers die at a rate 3x that of White mothers, a USA rate higher than 97 other countries. There is also a study or two that says black babies and black mothers have a higher survival rate when attended by black physcians. So, maybe giving the state of Georgia and all its medical facilities to blacks is a great idea. Thank you Charles Blow.

    • Replies: @Anon
  196. @Admiral Assbar

    The pineal gland produces melatonin, not melanin.

    Tomato, Tomawto.

    Semi OT: Mostly passionate protester gets in Schumer’s face.

  197. martin_2 says:
    @Rattle456

    Can you have gambling debts in the USA? In the UK it is not possible to take someone to court over gambling debts.

    • Replies: @Muggles
  198. JimB says:
    @Lot

    There was some hypergamy in the marriage however, as the groom’s father is a professor at Columbia Medical School, but the bride’s a mere private practice internist in Jacksonville, FL.

    The ugly gene must be dominant in that family.

  199. @Wilkey

    Of: Rights group declares Israel not a democracy, but an apartheid regime.

    Link broken. Is it grand apartheid, or petit?

    The latter is an impossible dream, the former, sheer common sense. That’s important, because there is no evidence in history of any mixed-race society working.

    Tangentially related: it seems that of all thirty (or forty or fifty) NFL teams, only the Packers play in a county that went for Trump. (Two counties, LA and Bergen, have two teams each.)

    • Replies: @Wilkey
  200. @AnotherDad

    In a sane–free–country there is no “Civil Rights” division peering into every nook and cranny of life for insufficient fealty to minoritarianism.

    In a sane country, there are no significant minorities.

  201. @Admiral Assbar

    And she’s a harvard graduate LMFAO

  202. JackOH says:

    OT: Republicans regain Senate majority in 2022, plus gain seats in the House. Strong chance of Republican White House win in ’24. If Kamala succeeds Joe before ’24, a Republican White House is guaranteed.

    My source for this prediction? A local GOP go-getter with career ambitions.

    Republican candidate for 2024?

    Nikki Haley, former South Carolina governor.

    Standard-issue Republicans aren’t sensitive to some of the issues we talk about here, but it’s still good they’re thinking about a strong play in ’22 and ’24.

    • LOL: Stan d Mute
    • Replies: @Wilkey
    , @AP
    , @Charon
  203. Neuday says:
    @Anon7

    I guess blacks could be asked if they really think they could run civilization without us.

    The Blacks who are told they are bright seem to retain a massive Dunning-Kruger problem. They seem to think that if Whites stop pestering Blacks and let Blacks take the right classes then they’ll learn everything they need to know. The presence, the existence of Whites is what keeps Blacks from being semiconductor engineers, or even electricians. I suppose they’ll even become less violent once Whitey isn’t around to provoke them or make them take drugs. On that glorious day when Whiteness has been abolished then all will be understood and the Blacks will grasp the mantle of civilization; it will from then on be Heaven on Earth.

  204. Dissident says:
    @Rob McX

    The expression “Shove it where the sun don’t shine” will soon be obsolete.

    Isn’t it already at least a homophobic microaggression?

    In all seriousness, though, it should be noted that prevailing conflations (both witting, on the part of the buggery mongers, as well as unwitting, on the part of the general public) notwithstanding, that male homoerotic expression, per se, absolutely need not include the patently nocuous travesty of treating an anatomical structure that is exclusively eliminatory in its function as if it were copulative.

    [MORE]

    Said gruesome, inordinately disease-promoting act is in fact vehemently rejected and repudiated by at least some actively and unapologetically pro-homoerotic men. As is the degrading role as a pseudo-female object of exploitation that the anatomically and physiologically abusive, typically predatory act/behavior/model reduces the receptive partner to.

    Frot is the term coined by Man2Man Alliance founder Bill Weintraub for the non-penetrative, mutually-genital act that he advocates– not only as an objectively far safer, cleaner, completely pain-free, sadism-free, masochism-free, more dignified alternative to the buggery that is incessantly whitewashed, glorified and promoted in the prevailing model, but also as simply the ultimate and truest form of male homoerotic intercourse.

    My publicizing and seeking to raise awareness of this dissenting, marginalized, radically different view of homoerotic love and expression shall not be construed as endorsement, at least not unqualified endorsement. Putting aside most of the considerable intricacy, complexity, nuance and extensive qualifications that characterize and constrain my own views and thinking and in this area and related ones, the bottom line that is relevant here can be summarized as follows. If males are going to carnally, homoerotically engage with each other, then doing so in accordance with the model presented at the man2manalliance web site is vastly preferable (at least a considerably, if not vastly lesser evil), on any number of levels, to the prevailing alternative that it distinguishes itself in rejection of and opposition to.

    With that disclaimer, and a warning that said web site contains graphic content, it is hereby noted that the URL is formed by adding the .org suffix to the titular construction highlighted above.

    • Thanks: Rob McX
  205. Dr. Doom says:

    With AA hires like these Stupid Joe Biden is sabotaging himself.
    Its not like he has any popular support.
    Populism is the OPPOSITE of “democracy”.

    Do not comply.
    Sabotage, subvert and smile.
    Form into small self-supporting groups.

    Pay as little in taxes as you can.
    Do not buy from large corporations.
    Starve the beast from within.

    The System is dying.
    Help push it into the tar pits where it belongs.
    Along with all the garbage like this “woman”…

  206. JimB says:
    @Mr. Anon

    Aerobic exercise in a gym beats sunlight alone as a mood elevator. I’d rather skip the melanoma.

  207. ‘black infants sit, stand, crawl and walk faster than White babies” and spend themselves into debt faster than Whites. Latest example, Evander Kane, one of a handfull of black players in the National Hockey League, has filed for bankruptcy even thought he signed a $40 million dollar contract. Evander played in Buffalo for the Sabres for a few years. He used to charter a jet to fly to Toronto to catch a Raptors or Blue Jays game. Toronto is an easy three hour drive from Buffalo, and the tolls don’t come close to $10,000.

    • Replies: @JohnnyWalker123
  208. The “Talk” page on Kristen Clarke’s wikipedia page is fairly predictable. But it did lead me here, which made for amusing reading, the entire page, not the entry on Tucker Carlson in particular.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Reliable_sources/Perennial_sources#Fox_News_(talk_shows)

  209. AndrewR says:
    @silviosilver

    In fairness, it’s a weird phrase because you have to memorize which one is which. Time runs the spectrum from instantaneous to eternal. Whereas if it were called the “immediate gratification preference” or “delayed gratification tolerance” then no one would ever mix them up.

    • Agree: JackOH
  210. @TWS

    How do you not see Duck’s sock puppets? If everyone else has to stick to one name or go anonymous, why let Duck continually break the rules?

    Why not? He is our entertaining nincompoop.

  211. AndrewR says:
    @Admiral Assbar

    Steve always claims that yhe Ivies, and especially Harvard, hoover up the brightest blacks. But apparently that’s not true. (Or maybe it is, lol)

    Some scientists have revealed that most whites are unable to produce melanin because their pineal glands are often calcification or non-functioning.

    Another banger. Clearly she meant “calcified” but she doesn’t know how basic English works.

  212. Muggles says:
    @martin_2

    Can you have gambling debts in the USA? In the UK it is not possible to take someone to court over gambling debts.

    You can have “gambling debts” and still not be taken to court over them.

    You might be instead taken to a hole in the desert or a cold, deep river wearing cement overshoes.

    I’m not an attorney but I believe in NV (and now, in a few other states w/ casinos) you might be taken to court. Not sure.

    I think the bigger casinos have signed agreements (perhaps legal) for those with lines of credit, allowing them to collect.

    Generally, in the past, these weren’t collectible outside of NV. Even there, I’m not sure.

    • LOL: Wilkey
  213. vinteuil says:
    @AnotherDad

    Well, yeah, obviously there shouldn’t even be a “civil rights division.” But, given that there is, Tucker’s right.

  214. @Alec Leamas (hard at work)

    You need to factor in an explanation for Haiti, but otherwise good work!

  215. David says:

    I saw the most interesting thing today. A hawk just a little bigger than its prey took a blue jay off a feeder, carried it to an open spot in a stream, and drowned it. Once dead, the little hawk could barely move the jay around, doing little hopper flights of 15 or 20 feet. And thus it eventually disappeared into the woods.

    • Replies: @Rob McX
    , @Jim Don Bob
  216. Wilkey says:
    @JackOH

    OT: Republicans regain Senate majority in 2022, plus gain seats in the House.

    Not if Republicans continue to tear each other to shreds the way they’ve been doing the last few weeks. Getting rid of Parler may be the best thing that ever happened to conservatives, if it stops them from attacking each other and spreading crazy conspiracy theories. I like their energy, and hate RINOs as much as the rest of them, but we need to get our sanity back.

  217. @Muggles

    They have more diversity, but that is mostly due to the San/Bushman and Pygmy populations which make up a tiny portion of the aggregate population. Those populations are also very geographically restricted. They are also not present anywhere else in the world.

    • Agree: Lot
  218. @Buffalo Joe

    They spend too much money on women.

    That’s what bankrupted Tyson.

  219. David says:
    @JimB

    But she says white people grow up in a supportive atmosphere and blacks don’t. Your example would seem to contradict that.

  220. @FPD72

    No, melos means member/part of, and shares its etymology with melody, for example. Melas is different, related to honey and bees. Finally, melan refers to ink, and therefore darkness. Of course, it’s possible these all share some pre-Greek mel root.

    Mauros has a different etymology, amauros, darkened, removed of light. Today it means black, but in older forms of Greek, it was commonly used to mean orphan.

  221. Wilkey says:
    @Lot

    The shirts two of their kids are wearing are from Camp Ramah, a Conservative Jewish summer camp. So they must not approve of intermarriage and miscegenation. Racists….

  222. Lot says:
    @nebulafox

    “ the general push for de-oligarchization ”

    Hahahaha.

    Which of the past 40 years did the power of American oligarchs not increase?

    It’s their country, the rest of us are just the NPC userbase. Well maybe not me, I’m special.

  223. @Charon

    When my son was an infant, his mom played ” Mozart for Babies” every day at naptime. The little brat grew up talented but insolent.

    Mozart was himself a brat:

    • Replies: @El Dato
  224. @Wilkey

    Israel, alas, is not an Apartheid regime. Leftist Euro-Jewish nutjobs would never allow it.

    Apartheid was one of the best & most humane things in modern history. As I’ve said elsewhere on another issue, i.e. Islam ….

    Only fools deny the greatness & huge cultural impact of geniuses like Ibn Sina, Al Ghazzali, Ibn Rushd, Rumi, Omar Khayyam, Saadi, Ibn Arabi, Al Khwarizmi & others. Perhaps 70% of them were Persians, others mostly Arabs & a few Turks (I think Al Farabi may have been of Turkic heritage). The Golden Age had lasted from ca. 8th C to ca. 12th-13th C, with flashes elsewhere (central Asia, Mogul India etc.). True, Mongol invasion dealt the deadly blow; true, the classical Islam had been much more advanced & tolerant than Christendom (which was, then, basically, a giant shithole); true, we all owe much to Islam as the transmission between East & West.

    But, Islam remains, socio-culturally an unreformed & dumbified medieval mega-Judaism, and much more aggressive. Jews were like Muslims – annoying Middle Easterners, until emancipation in the 19th C, but then most of them hurried to assimilate as fast as they could. Shlomo, Shmuel, Leah, … became Marcel, Louis, Catherine. Muslims in, say, France, remain Ahmad, Rashida etc. Islam is not like Christianity where national identities superseded religious ones; there cannot be a true secular country with Islamic cultural heritage. All experiments, from Kemal Pasha to Arab nationalism- failed. Islam reaffirmed itself as the central loyalty of Muslim peoples. Ummah is stronger than anything else & it defies all reforms & dilution. Muslims don’t assimilate as a group; they don’t progress; they don’t innovate; they are always trying to turn the others into Muslims; their Shariah is unalterable; they are enemies of the modernity; they are slaves to their version of God’s decrees & taboos. Widely spread, they are always in conflict with other cultural spheres (Buddhists, Christians, Hindus, Confucians, atheists, …).

    Is apostasy in Christianity punishable by death, in the past 200 years? No. In Buddhism? No. In Hinduism? No. In Taoism as religion? No. In the Baha’i religion? No. In Judaism? No. Only in Islam.

    I cannot accept that something which has proven, in past 500 years, to be unreformable is, well, like all other religious-cultural spheres, more or less. I would say- you’ve been given multiple chances in the past 100-200 years and- failed. No way you can still blame Genghis Khan & Hulagu Khan for your attitudes & behavior. There is no future for you in the modern & postmodern world. We, moderns, should better build a super- high Chinese wall & isolate you until you change. As I’ve said to a Muslim friend of mine – I’ll take you people seriously only when your females give pussy to us Kafirs.

    Until then- Apartheid from them.

    • Replies: @Ron Mexico
    , @Corvinus
  225. @Pat Hannagan

    Why do Americans constantly compare themselves to the rest of the world?

    Huh? I thought we ignored the rest of the world. That’s what the Empire bitched about in 1914 and 1939.

  226. danand says:
    @International Jew

    Mike Pence’s tribute to Sheldon; last line in WH press release:

    “May G-d comfort you among the mourners for Zion and Jerusalem” for his memory shall be a blessing for all time.

    Is God no longer welcomed in the Whitehouse?

    https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefings-statements/vice-president-pence-statement-passing-sheldon-adelson/

    • Replies: @El Dato
    , @Bardon Kaldian
  227. El Dato says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    The real question is: Was Mozart Black?

  228. @AnotherGuessModel

    Sorry, just to confuse you further, the definition also changes depending on which vowel you put the intonation on. But it doesn’t matter; melanin and melatonin do indeed have the same root, meaning dark, inky.

    • Replies: @Jonathan Mason
  229. El Dato says:
    @danand

    Isn’t that the G-d whose name cannot be named? Those two are not the same.

    Or mabye the White House has already been switched preventatively to a dominion of the Hoofed One.

  230. AP says:
    @JackOH

    Republicans regain Senate majority in 2022, plus gain seats in the House.

    Regaining the House is likely, but Republicans will be playing defense for more Senate seats than Democrats, plus God knows how much censorship and funding advantages the Democrats will have. Biden will have to really screw things up (and he might) to lose the Senate.

    • Replies: @Hibernian
  231. Anonymous[161] • Disclaimer says:

    https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-55631499

    US Vogue editor Anna Wintour has defended the magazine following criticism of its front-cover portrait of Vice-President-elect Kamala Harris.

    The image shows Ms Harris wearing an informal outfit including jeans and a pair of Converse trainers.

    Social media users have criticised Vogue for the photo’s “washed out” lighting and styling, saying it does not reflect Ms Harris’s achievements.

    • Replies: @AnotherGuessModel
  232. @danand

    With the passing of Sheldon Adelson, America lost a giant,

  233. Negroes believe this. Therefore it’s true

  234. ATate says:

    Tinsy Dick is Steve’s very own sock puppet.

    I thought we’ve known this for years?

  235. Clip Carson says: • Website
    @jon

    Blacks also tend to start their life of crime much earlier. Tend to stick with it longer, too.

    Always be wary of any large group of blacks age 12-48.

  236. @Rattle456

    Rattle, I also posted about Kane. Evander played in Buffalo for a few years, charter a jet to fly to Toronto for a Rators or Blue Jays’ game. Buffalo to Toronto by car about three hours unless you drive like the late Tim Horton, also a former Sabres’ player.

  237. nebulafox says:
    @Lot

    If you think that warmed-over Reaganism will win more voters than that in the 2020s, go ahead and explain why.

  238. Anon[827] • Disclaimer says:

    The grammar in that letter is not great. Certainly not what one would expect from Harvard students. One wonders how they got in…

    • Replies: @James Speaks
  239. Anon7 says:

    OT: Twitter’s global public policy group @Policy has an important announcement about an upcoming election:

    Ahead of the Ugandan election, we’re hearing reports that Internet service providers are being ordered to block social media and messaging apps.

    We strongly condemn internet shutdowns – they are hugely harmful, violate basic human rights and the principles of the #OpenInternet.

    Here’s their pinned tweet:

    Protecting the #OpenInternet is a key objective for Twitter – it’s why we exist. There are two key areas to consider:
    1. Avoid entrenching the dominance of the biggest players by protecting competition
    2. Focus on how content is discovered + amplified, less on removal alone

  240. @Voltarde

    You could be onto something. I read a technology/IT news site and I’ve noticed a widespread disdain, even loathing, for Elon Musk in the comments. Why would they turn on a man who’s spearheading amazing technology in many different areas unless they were chagrined by how ineffectual they look in comparison? In Australia we call it tall-poppy syndrome. It’s not confined to this time, however. I’ve read accounts by people who grew up in small villages and had to leave, were almost driven out, because they were more learned or ambitious than the other inhabitants. Get enough mediocrities together and they will try to stop anyone better than them, and what is social media but the world’s biggest collection of mediocrities?

  241. @Bardon Kaldian

    I appreciate your historical knowledge. I would counter the “shithole” observation with the Carolingian and Ottonian Renaissances.

    • Replies: @Bardon Kaldian
  242. Whiskey says: • Website

    Breaking, McConnell scheduling impeachment vote. Wants Trump and Deplorable gone.

    • Replies: @Neoconned
  243. Anonymous[313] • Disclaimer says:
    @Corvinus

    “Melaninade: It’s Got What Plants/Libs Crave”

    • Replies: @John Johnson
  244. @kaganovitch

    (sadly, apocryphal) quote from Churchill “Like a feather pillow, he bears the mark of the last ass that sat on him.”

    This is an old saying I’d speculate and just glued to Churchill’s name to help it gain traction again. – A – hm -possession – of the deplorables. The latest prominent use of this metaphor was made by Ann Coulter while looking back at the Trump presidency – which she did not only enjoy, she clearly said.

    • Replies: @kaganovitch
  245. @Anonymous

    It’s a truly awful cover. Kamala probably has passport pictures that would have made a better cover. I like and follow fashion photography, so this was very funny to me. The cover was released on social media without naming the photographer, who is black. He probably had little say on Kamala’s outfit, but all the rest of it, the washed out lighting, bland, awkward pose, and sad, messy curtains backdrop is a perfect example of his creative range and talent.

    Vogue and all prestige fashion/lifestyle magazines are under huge pressure to promote more minorities (read: black people). No doubt there are talented photographers who happen to be minorities, but this particular one is a hack selected by Beyonce to shoot her for Vogue; the first black photographer for a Vogue cover, or some big deal like that. (Editors usually select the photographers, for good reason, but Beyonce is controlling and has enough fame to call the shots.)

    The result is that the guy became a runaway success, and no one dared to criticize him., so he booked more high-profile covers and other lucrative jobs. This was probably the first time he’s heard unfiltered assessments of his work. That’s got to sting.

    • Replies: @Charon
  246. Lot says:
    @Mr. Anon

    “ And what’s with the “My Kristen Clarke Problem”? Channeling Norman Podhoretz? ”

    Newspaper columnists don’t write their own headlines. Likely the Crimson editor was a leftist and didn’t like a rich and conservative Jew criticizing a black student, so he headlined it to evoke “My Negro Problem.”

  247. @Bardon Kaldian

    Yeah, don’t underestimate all achievement happening as we speak ….

    https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2020/04/04/national/japanese-mathematician-shinichi-mochizuki/

    Genius triumphs: Japanese mathematician’s solution to number theory riddle validated

    …………………………
    n the four papers, Mochizuki expounds on what he calls “Inter-universal Teichmuller Theory.” He says the solution of the abc conjecture is one of the consequences of the theory.
    ………………………………..

    By the way, Teichmüller was an interesting man, to say the least ….

    https://mathshistory.st-andrews.ac.uk/Biographies/Teichmuller/

    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
  248. @nebulafox

    2022 isn’t far away. Not that what I think matters, but I WISH the damn GOP would focus on the House of Reps, and on state legislatures. The Presidency is great, but he can’t do a damn thing if he’s hamstrung by Congress.

    • Replies: @Jack D
  249. @Lot

    If I looked like that, I would also cope by droning on about IQ, or at least height.

    It didn’t take a village to raise those. Two cousins were enough.

  250. @AnotherGuessModel

    Sorry, my bad in original post. But, yes, there are many cognates that use this Greek root to suggest blackness, and of course the name Melania does indeed hint that the president married a black woman.

  251. @Anonymous Jew

    Click on the cover > Get > Download (1 Mb pdf)

    http://libgen.rs/book/index.php?md5=4385C3BF49374870FAB071147B4F2DB3

    Other links:

    http://libgen.rs/book/index.php?md5=67A2438C004D0CBA4F3B2A4D753EBA45

    Controversy: Life as an Evolutionary Psychologist

    http://libgen.rs/book/index.php?md5=857390C2031C3798FE43D19205D061E5

    Edward Dutton: J. Philippe Rushton: A Life History Perspective

    http://libgen.rs/book/index.php?md5=A4034E1504AF0FE2505BB945891A7ABC

    Helmuth Nyborg; J. Philippe Rushton; Arthur Jensen; Heiner Rindermann; Richard Lynn; Gerhard Meisenberg: The Life History Approach to Human Differences A Tribute to J. Philippe Rushton

    http://libgen.rs/book/index.php?md5=C86EE6DF655DB4C9C76A5764F81D458B

    • Thanks: Anonymous Jew
    • Replies: @Anon
  252. @photondancer

    If she does address it, she will probably say she was pointing out the double standards of treating The Bell Curve seriously but not the racial theories of black scholars. At least she hinted as much in a follow-up letter to the Crimson, of which I only found one quote on Twitter. @PSA_Stitch writes that the original letter caused controversy and people argued if she was being sincere or if she was trying to make a point about double standards. Today the latter would be called trolling, I guess. Her response at the time was to be coy and give a non-answer. She doubled down by inviting noted anti-Semite Tony Martin to speak on the Bell Curve.

    The Crimson snippet is:

    In her most recent letter to the Crimson, Clarke still refuses to take a stand. [The Melanin Theory] is not necessarily something we believe, but some information we think those pursuing a true understanding of TBC should either address, refute, or ignore.”

    Oh, that answer proves that she is a lawyer alright. The “ignore” part is funny though. That’s exactly what people should do about outlandish theories. Unfortunately, TBC is treated no better in academia today.

  253. Anon[144] • Disclaimer says:

    After Trump is gone from office, I expect to see a major crisis in the news media. They won’t have a draw anymore. Trump gave them a lot of eyeballs. No one is going to watch news about Biden because he’s a snooze. Leftwing news companies are going to lose a ton of revenue and take a massive hit.

    This impeachment of Trump is one last attempt to wring news out of him as a topic. I bet that for the first several months of the Biden administration, there’s going to be almost no news focus on Biden and it’ll all still be on Trump.

    This is the basic law of the alpha male. Everyone lesser focuses on him, and the betas like Biden don’t get any attention because no one cares about them, and no one respects them.

    • Agree: Rob McX
    • Replies: @Stan Adams
    , @photondancer
  254. Corvinus says:
    @James Speaks

    That’s why I responded in kind.

    • Replies: @James Speaks
  255. Polistra says:
    @AnotherDad

    “I hope she understands that the anger and disappointment that will no doubt be directed at her by Jews and others on this campus are not outbursts of gratuitous hostility toward her community, but are rather expressions of hurt and anguish over the loss of what might have been between us.”

    That really needs saving. It could be useful in so many situations.

    Remember that time I bashed your head in with a claw hammer and raped your daughters? That wasn’t hostility, I was just expressing the hurt and anguish I feel over what might have been between us. I’m sure you can understand.

    the struggle of African-Americans for justice and equality is our struggle as well.

    Right? We’re not so much co-opting your ‘struggle’ as we’re erasing it.

  256. @Anon

    One wonders how they got in…

    Somebody decided that negroes were special. They admit them and pamper them and give them diplomas. To the negro mind, a diploma is proof that they are smart and that anything that spews forth from their mouth is wisdom. It’s that simple. Also totally looney.

    What I wonder is why Harvard still has any kind of reputation.

  257. Corvinus says:
    @Bardon Kaldian

    “Apartheid was one of the best & most humane things in modern history.”

    That is an insane thing to say.

  258. Rob McX says:
    @David

    Talking of ornithological analogies….a cuckoo fools a robin into thinking it’s its offspring.

    • Replies: @JohnnyWalker123
  259. @Ron Mexico

    Of course. I wrote shithole only as a hyperbole. Aachen, Scotus Erugena, Alcuin, …

  260. Anon[144] • Disclaimer says:

    OT: Some retard who calls himself a law professor thinks it’s possible to hold an impeachment trial even after Trump is out of office.

    But if the Democrats do that, Republicans in both the House and Senate should drag out the process as long as possible. Every day Congress devotes to this political prosecution means Democrats won’t be able to pass legislation to further their liberal agenda. For example, no new immigration legislation can get through.

    It will work better than the filibuster to delay crazy leftist legislation.

    Therefore, we should let the impeachment happen.

    Now wait and read the next part before you get mad.

    The new Senate still doesn’t have the 2/3rds votes necessary to impeach Trump. The new Senate is evenly split. Trump will get away again like the Roadrunner does in those cartoons, with his Democratic enemies looking like Wile E. Coyote, blackened and dismal, right after an Acme device exploded in their faces.

    And a few months later, the stupid Democrats will realize they wasted precious time because of their childish TDS. They’re hanging themselves with their own rage for a noose.

    • Replies: @Boethiuss
  261. Boethiuss says:

    Yeah yeah. The OP is interesting but you gotta say isn’t very topical at the moment. The House is expected to impeach the President tomorrow, with the votes of at least a few Republicans and maybe a bunch of them, not really clear at the moment.

    I’m not really sure what we should be hoping for at the moment. My best guess is that we need a scapegoat and it might be good enough if Trump is it. But for the Bannonites, those who actually went to Washington and those who supported the protestors, I’m not getting what they were expecting. Are/were any of you actually expecting Trump to serve a second term from this maneuver?

  262. @Buffalo Joe

    Joe, most Olympic athletes in non-revenue sports (revenue sports being the big 4) are not making a lucrative living as they train and compete in preparation. If they medal, particularly in a high-visibility sport, they may get a corresponding cash bonus from their sanctioning organization, and maybe get appearance fees for events. But the journeymen and women grinding out long hours training in sports like swimming, cycling, luge, etc are often working side jobs to support themselves and their families, all chasing the dream and doing what they are trying to excel at. If at a USOC training center, they live in dorms and eat in a cafeteria. Even domestic pros in non-revenue sports often make less money than a starting schoolteacher. As far as whether they represent the country, unfortunately they don’t. We’d be better off if the average American was of this caliber of sacrifice, talent, discipline, and vision.

  263. @Jonathan Mason

    It’s a far cry from the times when Indians were imported to Guyana and Trinidad to do the work that blacks wouldn’t do after emancipation.

    Or before.

  264. Charon says:
    @JackOH

    My source for this prediction? A local GOP go-getter with career ambitions.

    LOL! In other news, the Deep State is demanding minimum 20-year prison sentences for the Capitol protesters.

    Check out the pics of the event which were not highlighted in the MSM. People are milling about, taking in the sights, taking selfies and pics of each other.

    Contrast that with the riots and looting which the dems cheered on all summer long. More than 60 killed, several billion dollars in damages. How many of those people are facing 20 years in prison?

    • Replies: @Polistra
  265. Charon says:
    @AnotherGuessModel

    Social media users have criticised Vogue for the photo’s “washed out” lighting and styling, saying it does not reflect Ms Harris’s accomplishments.

    All the photographer has to do is tell them he’s black and that’ll shut them up for good. In fact, I expect this has already been done, by someone.

  266. @Peter D. Bredon

    I don’t think Trump was authorized to run by them. Look at how they treated him–first, as a joke, and then, once he started to win primaries, as the biggest threat since Pat Buchanan. Yeah he was very pro-Israel but so were all the other Republicans. That’s the price of admission for any candidate for POTUS. His immigration views were very non-kosher.

  267. @Corvinus

    “Apartheid was one of the best & most humane things in modern history.”

    That is an insane thing to say.

    That depends on whether he meant petit apartheid, or grand. The first is indeed insane, and always breaks down into chaos. The second is simple common sense.

    Different peoples, different territories.

  268. @Dieter Kief

    This is an old saying I’d speculate and just glued to Churchill’s name to help it gain traction again

    Evidently its first recorded use was by Field Marshal Douglas Haig , in a somewhat more genteel formulation, to describe the 17th Earl of Derby, Edward Stanley.

    • Replies: @Dieter Kief
  269. @Anon

    Biden is a gamma, as are most male politicians.

    Clinton in his prime did a good imitation of an alpha. He had genuine charisma. But no true alpha would date a woman like Hillary Rodham, let alone marry the witch.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  270. @AnotherGuessModel

    No, melos means member/part of, and shares its etymology with melody, for example. Melas is different, related to honey and bees. Finally, melan refers to ink, and therefore darkness.

    The name Melanie means “black”, as in hair or eyes. Melissa means ” honeybee”, the same as the Hebrew Deborah.

  271. after a conversation with Kenosha knifeman Jacob Blake’s Hotep dad, Biden announced that a black man had invented the lightbulb

  272. @Pericles

    Time will tell, but I suspect that the Democrats are privately freaking out over Parler and the exodus of Trump supporters – the right wing – whites from the twitter sphere. Not only are they losing their biggest star but the right wing in general is bypassing the last bulwark the left has against free communications. They have controlled the media for so long and it is slipping away from them even as they are enjoying their greatest victory. Some of what we are witnessing with the storm are the Democrats spitting on Trump one last time but part of it is a final celebration. As the Graffiti in Berlin in 1944 used to say, “enjoy the war, the peace will be worse”.

  273. Boethiuss says:
    @Anon

    But if the Democrats do that, Republicans in both the House and Senate should drag out the process as long as possible. Every day Congress devotes to this political prosecution means Democrats won’t be able to pass legislation to further their liberal agenda. For example, no new immigration legislation can get through.

    It’s going to be over by tomorrow in the House. Kamala Harris/Chuck Schumer will control the calendar for the Senate, so that will be determined by what they think is in their political interest. Certainly the Democrats haven’t lost anything yet by piling on against the Republicans.

    It’s frankly anybody’s guess how the vote will go in the Senate if it gets that far. It’s not at all unreasonable to think it will succeed.

  274. @Anon

    They’ll just keep on reporting on Trump. Won’t matter that he’s not President any more, he’s their drug (cough) I mean drawcard and they know it. Also, once the media decides to pile on someone they don’t generally give up. e.g. Jackie Onassis was followed by the media for the rest of her life, even though there wasn’t any particular interest in her on the part of the public (according to a book I read, a researcher looked into the figures and found magazines with her on the cover didn’t sell more).

  275. Mr. Anon says:
    @James Speaks

    It was satire.

    Corvinus doesn’t recognize satire. On account of him being stupid and all.

  276. Mr. Anon says:
    @Bardon Kaldian

    The Germans were profligate with their smarter soldiers. I remember reading – I think it was in Heisenberg’s memoirs – about a bright student of his who ended up in the Luftwaffe (I think) serving in Greece. He was eventually killed in action. They were all just cannon fodder to the German High Command. If that guy or this guy Teichmuller had been in the American armed forces, he would have been pulled out of a combat unit and sent to MIT to work on radar or Los Alamos to work on the Bomb.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    , @John Johnson
  277. Not Raul says:
    @Admiral Assbar

    The pineal gland produces melatonin, not melanin. This is really some Nation of Islam-level crackpottery.

    Or bad spelling.

  278. Polistra says:
    @Charon

    Soros-Funded L.A. District Attorney Legalizes Trespassing and Resisting Arrest
    Steve Sailer • December 7, 2020 • 100 Words • 155 Comments

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

    So long ago and so far away. Who can even remember?

  279. Not Raul says:
    @Anonymous

    If his name was Elron, maybe he really was black.

    Maybe his agent made him change it to “L. Ron” in order to pass. I’ve seen photos of the guy, and he looks like a yella to me.

  280. @Anon

    Interesting how European babies are most sensitive and reactive against impediments to their breathing. This extends to adulthood where Asians love facediapering, whilst Europeans dislike it. A solid HBD justification for even Sailer to oppose sacred blessed facediapering.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  281. @Mr. Anon

    The Germans were profligate with their smarter soldiers.

    A pair of Minnesota farm girls told me their father was a cryptographer at the final stages of the war and the beginning of the occupation. Though stationed in Europe, he and his mates were the safest ones around. They couldn’t afford to lose a single one.

    He came home and sired seven kids. Unfortunately, they gave him only six grandkids. His wife’s sister is smarter and married just as smart, had five kids, who gave them only two natural grandchildren. (And one adopted roadside from China. She appears to be the smartest of the lot, which is saying something.)

  282. @kaganovitch

    So yeah – it’s been around – thanks! – A “metaphor we live(d) by” (George Lakoff – and – – – the franconian gentle giant Jean Paul (aka Johann Paul Friedrich Richter (1763 – 1825) his vocabulary was double that of Shakespeare’s – and surpassed even that of Joyce (60 000 words) by 50%.

  283. @Lot

    Don’t worry, Nebulafox has a secret plan for running a nationwide campaign off $50 contributions from only the purest-hearted real Americans.

  284. Anon[307] • Disclaimer says:
    @Bardon Kaldian

    That recent posthumous autobiography looks pretty interesting from the table of contents, even if your not that interested in Rushton himself. I wonder what the story is behind the mysterious appearance of that book?

  285. As an avowed HBD realist, I enthusiastically support this woman for the Civil Rights Division leadership. She is the best that we can hope for under the circumstances. She believes that genetic, biological factors play a role in race disparities and wants to debate the particularities of the mechanisms and their impact. So perhaps in a bizarre way she is a step towards an honest debate about HBD? Once in post, she should set up a well-funded scientific committee to investigate genetic differences between African and other ethnicities and the impact of these genetic differences on racial disparities. The committee can start with her undergraduate pet theory about melanin and the pineal gland and then move on to examine the work of Rushton, Jensen, Kierkegaard, et alia.

  286. Anon[307] • Disclaimer says:
    @Buffalo Joe

    Death during childbirth is very uncommon in the U.S., so triple the rate is still small. Black deaths tend to be from preeclampsia, which is common among sub-Saharans, through no fault of white doctors. I expect that high survival rates with black doctors have to do with high risk cases being reassigned to specialist obstetricians, i.e. higher MCATs and IQs, and lower melanin.

  287. Charlotte says:

    His name was Lafayette Ronald. At age 8, he’s listed on the 1920 census as L. Ron Hubbard in San Diego, California.

  288. Polistra says:
    @peterike

    Love it, but she’ll have a bright assistant or two to draw up the “Dear Colleague” letter explaining how and why wypipos ain’t got no rights that PoCs need to respect. All she’ll have to do is sign it, and she can even do that electronically. White man’s tech but whaddya gonna do. They prolly stole it.

  289. Anonymous[118] • Disclaimer says:
    @Je Suis Omar Mateen

    Talk about confirmation bias. Try watching the whole video. You’ll see that black babies resist the most, and whites are between blacks and the Asian component of Navajo. Just like all the life history rankings.

    White innumerates and ghetto blacks are the two groups with the least mask-wearing populations. Less cognizant of trading off present-tense breathing comfort for longer-run continuation of breathing ability.

    • Troll: Je Suis Omar Mateen
    • Replies: @Je Suis Omar Mateen
  290. Hibernian says:
    @AP

    It’s only necessary for the Repubs to gain one seat to take control, aside from party switching, for which there’s a potential on both sides.

  291. MEH 0910 says:

    The Washington Post:

    Slam! Bang! Pinned by Wrestling!The Sport of Giants Gets Trendy with a New Breed of Fans
    By Paul Attanasio
    April 1, 1985

    […]
    Spring has come to Atlantic City, and with it Lou Albano (The Captain), manager nonpareil to 15 tag team champions, who saunters through the lobby of the Resorts International Hotel in a fog of bay rum.

    “I got enough money to last till the rest of my life — if I live till tomorrow,” he says.

    And: “I weigh 300 pounds of sweet poetry in motion. Got the body that women love and men envy.”

    And: “The Captain believes he wouldn’t be nothing without the Good Lord.”

    Built like a bowling ball, Albano has long been wrestling’s craziest comic presence. His long hair frizzed around his head in a demonic halo, the spikes of his beard gathered by a rubber band echoed by more rubber bands dangling from safety pins stuck in his cheek and left ear, Albano used to be Middle America’s nightmare of what the counterculture was really about.

    The Captain is a good guy now. He blames his past excesses on a “calcium deposit on the medulla oblongata.” Last year he and cochairman Cyndi Lauper raised $4.2 million to fight multiple sclerosis.

    [MORE]

    Piper’s Pit with Cyndi Lauper (06-16-1984)

    Cyndi Lauper, Lou Albano & Hulk Hogan WWE / WWF wrestling (1985)

    Albano calling Cyndi a broad resulted in her striking him on the head with her purse. This began the Rock ‘n’ Wrestling Connection and resulted in the “Brawl to End it All” on July 23 1984, where they pitted their female wrestlers against each other. When Albano lost, he apologized to Lauper at Madison Square Garden.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  292. @Stan Adams

    Biden is a gamma, as are most male politicians.

    The number of lambdas is increasing, though.

    • Replies: @Stan Adams
  293. @MEH 0910

    Is this OT, or somehow connected?

    At any rate, Captain Lou also dabbled in band management:

    • Replies: @MEH 0910
  294. Funny what they’ll publish in uni rags. I remember in my school paper a piece being published that said European colonialism was good. Boy, were people enraged. Should have been about the Bantu expansion being good, I guess.

  295. Forbes says:
    @Bill Jeff Dexter Boomhower

    4. Cry more. You guys lost go over it.

    LOL.

    Meanwhile, the Left spent 4 years bleating and crying about a stolen election based on a hoax. I will admit, the tactic was fairly effective at handcuffing the country.

    But perhaps it taught the wrong lesson. Time will tell whether the favor of discord is returned in-kind. Be careful what you wish for…

  296. nebulafox says:
    @Jonathan Mason

    Or Malays. Tamils came to Malaya to work on the rubber plantations.

  297. Forbes says:
    @Polistra

    Hey Greenwald–Leftists, not liberals.

  298. Forbes says:
    @rebel yell

    I rather think she’s a laughable joke…

    It’s probably the republic that’s worth worrying about.

  299. MEH 0910 says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    Is this OT, or somehow connected?

    Calcium deposit connected.

    The Captain is a good guy now. He blames his past excesses on a “calcium deposit on the medulla oblongata.”

    NRBQ Teams Up With Wrestling Manager Captain Lou Albano (1980)

    [MORE]

    https://happywrestlingland.com/2020/07/14/happy-thoughts-wwf-home-video-classics-george-the-animal-steele-12-15-87/

    First, Captain Lou Albano brings Dr. Sigmund Ziff to TNT to provide George “treatment.” They play George up as full-on mentally handicapped, with Lou as both his friend and managerial guide. It is vaguely heartwarming if you know nothing about anybody who runs the WWF. Ziff (a doctor of gynecology and psychology, WWF crushing it with the jokes) has George, Lou, and Vince into his office where he goes WAY over-the-top playing a psychiatrist. He hypothesizes there is a calcium deposit blocking Steele’s medulla and reveals childhood trauma, in which George just wanted to be a good wrestler but was called a dummy and spat on. Steele is both goofy as heck and playing it straight, while Vince just awkwardly stands nearby with his microphone.

    Ziff returns a month later for more, this one weirder in the first as this very committed actor man delivers SHOCK TREATMENT. Steele sells it exactly how you’d expect a pro wrestler to sell it before he snaps and rips everything off. Albano rants about suing Ziff before they go to break.

    archived video: Dr. Sigmund Ziff Cures George The Animal Steele
    https://archive.org/details/dr.sigmundziffcuresgeorgetheanimalsteele

    George Steele Shock Treatment

    Lou Albano is referred to Dr. Sigmund Ziff for help in treating George “The Animal” Steele’s mental disorder in this TNT segment. Recorded in 1985.

  300. Jack D says:
    @Paperback Writer

    What about the Senate? Trump was responsible in large part for the loss of the Senate in Georgia. If he hadn’t gone on his Quixotic quest to overturn the election and instead campaigned hard to keep the Senate in Republican hands, we wouldn’t be facing what we are going to be facing for the next 2 years as the Dems get to enact their socialist agenda.

    Trump has never cared about anyone or anything but Trump, certainly not about the Republican Party. His legacy may be to split the party in two. Now you may not care about the RINO half of the party anyway but the two halves of the party together could barely put together a majority. Either half alone is never going to win control of anything.

  301. lysias says:
    @Jack D

    If the Republican Party splits in two, the RINO half of it will go the way of the Whigs.

    If the Biden/Harris administration fails as badly as I expect it to, people will vote for the strongest opposing party, which I expect will be the Trumpists.

  302. MEH 0910 says:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/From_Beyond_(film)

    From Beyond is a 1986 American science-fiction body horror film directed by Stuart Gordon, loosely based on the short story of the same name by H. P. Lovecraft. It was written by Dennis Paoli, Gordon and Brian Yuzna, and stars Jeffrey Combs, Barbara Crampton, Ken Foree and Ted Sorel.

    From Beyond centers on a pair of scientists attempting to stimulate the pineal gland with a device called the Resonator. An unforeseen result of their experiments is the ability to perceive creatures from another dimension that proceed to drag the head scientist into their world, returning him as a grotesque shape-shifting monster that preys upon the others at the laboratory.

    From Beyond (1986) – Trailer

    [MORE]

    From beyond | Humans are such easy prey

    Siskel & Ebert – From Beyond

    Re-Animator and From Beyond – re:View

    Boooooo! Just in time for Halloween, Jay and Jack check out a spooky double feature of Stuart Gordon schlock: Re-Animator starring Jeffrey Combs and Barbara Crampton, and From Beyond starring Jeffrey Combs and Barbara Crampton.

  303. @Jack D

    If he hadn’t gone on his Quixotic quest to overturn the election and instead campaigned hard to keep the Senate in Republican hands, we wouldn’t be facing what we are going to be facing for the next 2 years as the Dems get to enact their socialist agenda.

    In the last days of his presidential campaign, he did 3 to 4 rallies a day to drive turnout. IMHO, if he had done 4 rallies in GA, the GOP would likely have won the Senate seats. But it was not to be. Woulda, coulda, shoulda.

  304. @Reg Cæsar

    Is he doing the Gay Power wrist-flick?

  305. @Mr. Anon

    The Germans were profligate with their smarter soldiers. I remember reading – I think it was in Heisenberg’s memoirs – about a bright student of his who ended up in the Luftwaffe (I think) serving in Greece.

    That’s the dysgenic nature of modern warfare. The smart and aggressive students are shuffled off to technical yet dangerous positions.

    The British were even worse, especially in WW1.

    They threw waves of men including upper class officers at German machine guns.

    The Nazis initially realized the folly of this but then later sent every able bodied man into war.

    Eugenicists once theorized that another modern war could destroy Western society by wiping out too many courageous men. Then their entire area of study was eliminated after WW2. Weak egalitarians declared it was un-American or too much like Nazi science. Modern egalitarians still teach that “the science” has somehow invalided eugenics. Because you see humans genes are magically different than horses or pigs and immune to population pressures. These same secular egalitarians mock Creationism for rejection evolution.

  306. @Corvinus

    To the contrary, Africans and all others had it decidedly worse under this system.

    https://theconversation.com/how-corruption-in-south-africa-is-deeply-rooted-in-the-countrys-past-and-why-that-matters-144973

    So modern South African corruption is caused by White governments of the past? What a joke.

    Once again we have an egalitarian leftist telling us that the ghosts of Whites are making Black people do bad things.

    White people in charge = White people to blame for everything.

    Black people in charge = White people of the past are to blame for everything.

    How amusing that Blacks are never responsible for themselves according to leftists. Oh and they aren’t racist.

    Oh and here is a picture of the author
    https://www.fin24.com/Opinion/south-africas-stimulus-package-shows-power-is-finely-balanced-in-the-anc-20181009

    A real Bantu advocate.

    I guess even when Blacks have majority power they still need someone named Steven Friedman to make excuses for them.

  307. @Anonymous

    “Melaninade: It’s Got What Plants/Libs Crave”

    Probably only 10 people on the planet get this joke but it’s still f-ning hilarious.

  308. @Anonymous

    “Try watching the whole video.”

    I did. White babies fought restriction of breathing – i.e. facediapering – more than any other race. Black babies gave up quickly whereas Asians scarcely resisted. Quit trolling and lying, Covidiot.

  309. Harvard alumni include some of the world’s foremost astrophysicists.

    And Kristen Clark.

  310. @Jack D

    What about the Senate?

    The Senate is important but I would prioritize the House, because they all regularly come up for re-election every two years & it’s easier to concentrate one’s forces. When you’re in a defensive posture, concentration of forces is paramount.

    After that, the Senate.

    About the split – if it happens, it happens, and not a moment too soon. But half of the amoeba can grow, and the other half can die. That’s nature.

    I agree with the rest of your comment.

  311. @silviosilver

    I’m not disagreeing, just pointing out something, so sorry that it triggered you.

    Upper class mulattoes like NHJ who are often half-white, are thin-skinned, touchy, and suffer from lack of coherent identity.

    Talking about colorism helps whites, how? Not to sound like Robin DiAngelo, but does it shore up your fragile self-esteem? Who really gives a sh*t?

  312. @Bill Jeff Dexter Boomhower

    1. Looks like white girls believe her if you go by who they are increasingly choosing to date and procreate with. It ain’t all just large genitals and muscular bodies.

    You’re right — it’s blatant & relentless anti-White male agitprop from Hollywood, advertising, Big Media, & Big Censorship. thanks to those poor uniquely suffering people who must not be named.

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