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  1. Incompetent member of the black nomenklatura costs University of Iowa \$2m:

    https://www.thegazette.com/higher-education/university-of-iowa-ordered-to-pay-nearly-2m-in-faith-based-student-org-lawsuits/

    She appears to have landed on her feet, by moving on another host in the Midwest:

    https://studentlife.osu.edu/people/melissa-shivers/

    • Thanks: Calvin Hobbes
    • Replies: @Dan
    @Johann Ricke

    A PhD in counseling? Give me a break!

    , @Art Deco
    @Johann Ricke

    The official responsible is named Lyn Redington

    https://apnews.com/article/iowa-lawsuits-iowa-city-courts-freedom-of-speech-bbea5654ca36da84095c8448737ccc1d

    She's not black.

    https://bloximages.chicago2.vip.townnews.com/idahostatejournal.com/content/tncms/assets/v3/editorial/b/b6/bb61fc76-6f47-50bd-81fa-7f015bb63802/5a5f9cf764729.image.jpg?resize=400%2C500

    Replies: @Cloudbuster

  2. They would’ve gotten to it sooner, but they had to send 15 men to a NASCAR race to confirm that someone didn’t tie a noose to Bubba Wallace’s garage door.

    Both of these investigations are solid examples of “If you have time to conduct an investigation like this, then clearly your budget is too big.”

    • Disagree: guest007
    • Replies: @AndrewR
    @Wilkey


    Justice Department officials, including the head of the Civil Rights Division, Kristen Clarke, flew to Chicago to brief Till's remaining family members in person on Monday on what investigators had found and the decision to close the case, according to sources familiar with the matter.
     
    Unreal. I have no words

    Replies: @Ben tillman

    , @S. Anonyia
    @Wilkey

    Where I live the DOJ/FBI has spent money on erecting 3 humongous billboards off the interstate encouraging motorists to report hate crimes. This is a mid-sized city with barely any racial tensions despite the diversity so it’s hilarious. Have they done this in other cities? I’ve driven around to a few other places within 4-5 hours since I noticed them here, but so far I haven’t seen the signs anywhere else.

    Replies: @Bozo the Clown

  3. The only news which seems to be 90% reliable is sports, weather, and the markets.

    Evergrande stock price has plunged but the mucky-mucks claim the CCP is just going to take it over and deal out haircuts to various stakeholders no big deal.

    There are a good number of NFL players with Corona. Presumably they are nearly all vaccinated. Does anybody have access to the stats of number of cases in 2020 versus 2021? My impression is there are more this year but I would be very interested in these numbers which are going to be the best we get albeit the N ain’t great.

    • Replies: @Old Prude
    @Emil Nikola Richard

    Weather? Really? The weatherman will lie right to your face. Worse than W Bush.

    Replies: @Emil Nikola Richard

    , @Alec Leamas (hard at work)
    @Emil Nikola Richard


    There are a good number of NFL players with Corona. Presumably they are nearly all vaccinated. Does anybody have access to the stats of number of cases in 2020 versus 2021? My impression is there are more this year but I would be very interested in these numbers which are going to be the best we get albeit the N ain’t great.
     
    I was listening to a handicapper show over the weekend. One guy's take was that the Antonio Brown fake vaccination card imbroglio was the tip of an iceberg, and that loads more NFL players have submitted similarly false proofs of vaccination and are unvaccinated, which of course could lead to a massive wave of suspensions as the playoff picture is getting set. Of course, the NFL could decide that discretion is the better part of valor and actively ignore such a disaster in order not to allow it to turn into a catastrophe.

    Replies: @Emil Nikola Richard

  4. There should be an Emmett Till Headlines Hall of Fame. Here’s my nominee:


    NPR
    Emmett Till’s Father Was Also Hanged: A New Book Tells His Story

    • Replies: @Hibernian
    @JimDandy

    This used to be used as a point against him.

    Replies: @JimDandy, @res

    , @jimmyriddle
    @JimDandy

    The author of that book, JE Wideman,) has a son who has been in prison for murder since 1986.

    Replies: @jimmyriddle

    , @Jack D
    @JimDandy

    Emmett Till was hanged? Who knew?

    , @res
    @JimDandy

    Thanks. NPR link.
    https://www.npr.org/2016/11/12/501622050/emmett-tills-father-was-also-hanged-a-new-book-tells-his-story

    Book link. The one star reviews are fun.
    https://www.amazon.com/Writing-Save-Life-Louis-Till/dp/1501147285

    Here they take it a step further and characterize Louis Till's hanging as a lynching.
    https://face2faceafrica.com/article/the-untold-lynching-of-emmett-till-father-louis-till-in-1945

    P.S. Any more entries for the Emmett Till Headlines Hall of Fame?

  5. @JimDandy
    There should be an Emmett Till Headlines Hall of Fame. Here's my nominee:


    NPR
    Emmett Till's Father Was Also Hanged: A New Book Tells His Story

    Replies: @Hibernian, @jimmyriddle, @Jack D, @res

    This used to be used as a point against him.

    • Replies: @JimDandy
    @Hibernian

    Yeah. And Emmett Till wasn't hanged. But we all know facts are racist, so.

    Replies: @res

    , @res
    @Hibernian

    I think that is the point of the Louis Till retcon. Can't have facts inconvenient to The Narrative lying about uncontested.

    Replies: @Alden, @Dani

  6. The most important murder victim ever! Except maybe MLK.

    • Replies: @Dmon
    @Ripple Earthdevil

    Depends on how you rank the competition in the various regions. MLK and Emmett are both SEC, which is generally considered the strongest conference. This conference also includes Michael Brown, whose entirely creditable showing is unfortunately swamped by the two conference heavyweights. Brown did have a memorable catchphrase however. Trayvon dominates the ACC, but that's generally not considered in the same class. However, as in the inaugural CFP National Championship tournament, the Big 10 scored a major upset with George Floyd, shattering the run of SEC dominance. JoJo (Rosenbaum) is the Christian McCaffrey of the rankings - very good for a White guy. Maybe someone with a Moneyball bent could generate Most Important Murder Victim rankings grounded in a solid statistical basis (Total Property Destroyed, Murders Above Replacement, etc.).

  7. This will matter years from now, when neutral scholars, and scholars with axes to grind against this era of madness, look back and go “and then, the burgeoning cult-cum-religious revolution was faced with a judicial system it had thought entirely captured, shooting down an attempt to undue a court ruling over a half a century previously. While this would seem like it should have put a brake on some of the movement, all that came out of it at the time was simply that ‘those who know, know’ and the rest would continue believing their ‘righteous’ truths.”

    But really, I can see none of them caring. Likely we will see some articles about this ruling, that seem half-annoyed and want to act as if the door is open, but it won’t matter to many of them.

    Of course…if this is a mark of an ongoing sea-change, that would be more interesting.

    Oh, CNN capitalizes White!

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Boomthorkell


    Oh, CNN capitalizes White!
     
    Then it's official. They're wiggers.

    (Or is it "Wiggers"?)

  8. @Hibernian
    @JimDandy

    This used to be used as a point against him.

    Replies: @JimDandy, @res

    Yeah. And Emmett Till wasn’t hanged. But we all know facts are racist, so.

    • Agree: Hangnail Hans
    • Replies: @res
    @JimDandy

    I wonder if that error was the result of an editor changing an original "lynched" to "hanged" without realizing it was inaccurate for Emmett.

  9. @Johann Ricke
    Incompetent member of the black nomenklatura costs University of Iowa $2m:

    https://www.thegazette.com/higher-education/university-of-iowa-ordered-to-pay-nearly-2m-in-faith-based-student-org-lawsuits/

    She appears to have landed on her feet, by moving on another host in the Midwest:

    https://studentlife.osu.edu/people/melissa-shivers/

    Replies: @Dan, @Art Deco

    A PhD in counseling? Give me a break!

  10. @Wilkey
    They would've gotten to it sooner, but they had to send 15 men to a NASCAR race to confirm that someone didn't tie a noose to Bubba Wallace's garage door.

    Both of these investigations are solid examples of "If you have time to conduct an investigation like this, then clearly your budget is too big."

    Replies: @AndrewR, @S. Anonyia

    Justice Department officials, including the head of the Civil Rights Division, Kristen Clarke, flew to Chicago to brief Till’s remaining family members in person on Monday on what investigators had found and the decision to close the case, according to sources familiar with the matter.

    Unreal. I have no words

    • Replies: @Ben tillman
    @AndrewR

    I read “remaining family members in person” as “remaining family members in prison“.

    Sometimes it’s more fun to read without the reading glasses.

  11. @Boomthorkell
    This will matter years from now, when neutral scholars, and scholars with axes to grind against this era of madness, look back and go "and then, the burgeoning cult-cum-religious revolution was faced with a judicial system it had thought entirely captured, shooting down an attempt to undue a court ruling over a half a century previously. While this would seem like it should have put a brake on some of the movement, all that came out of it at the time was simply that 'those who know, know' and the rest would continue believing their 'righteous' truths."

    But really, I can see none of them caring. Likely we will see some articles about this ruling, that seem half-annoyed and want to act as if the door is open, but it won't matter to many of them.

    Of course...if this is a mark of an ongoing sea-change, that would be more interesting.

    Oh, CNN capitalizes White!

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    Oh, CNN capitalizes White!

    Then it’s official. They’re wiggers.

    (Or is it “Wiggers”?)

  12. Separate Nations

    What’s the alternative?

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
    @AnotherDad

    'What’s the alternative?'

    At least three come to mind.

    , @Adam Smith
    @AnotherDad

    Separate Continents.

    Replies: @SunBakedSuburb

    , @anonymous
    @AnotherDad

    India and China and Mexico are all separate nations.

    Replies: @Boomthorkell

    , @Goddard
    @AnotherDad


    What’s the alternative?
     
    Halfricans.
  13. I can see they were using the happy go lucky pictures (ala trayvon, arbery etc) of the dear departed jogger even back in the ‘50’s. Though admittedly, ole Emmett was probably a cleaner cut version due to the times.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @usNthem


    Though admittedly, ole Emmett was probably a cleaner cut version due to the times.
     
    Ole Emmett didn't wear his pants sagging below his ass? That settles it! We find him innocent of all counts, Your Honor.
  14. Yet more proof of systemic racism!

  15. OT: Swedish academics are being prosecuted for using data to discover who’s doing all the raping. https://thenationalpulse.com/news/professors-prosecuted-for-studying-migrant-rape/

    • Thanks: Malcolm X-Lax
  16. Meanwhile, last Saturday night, a roving gang of Emmett Till’s randomly happened upon an unsuspecting Chicago bus driver, and enthusiastically attempted to beat him to death.

    Conclusion: Too many black kids in Chicago have horrible fathers, and are subsequently horrible people, like Emmett Till:

    • Replies: @JimDandy
    @Anonymous

    There is a dire need for a huge increase in police brutality in Chicago. In one of the videos, as those animals are pummeling that bus driver, a cop can be seen sort of gingerly nudging his way into the scene. He should have come in with his fucking baton swinging at every head. But cops can't do their jobs anymore, for reasons we all know. A day before, on the North Side, a team of animals attacked and robbed three different people in broad daylight within about ten minutes. A cop car saw the getaway car drive past them, but they "did not pursue."

    Replies: @Alden, @Mark G.

  17. More breaking news!

    Kyle is on Twitter & he’s got 47K followers! Kid’s gonna become a freaking media star.

  18. Till, then, I’ll worship you…

    • LOL: The Anti-Gnostic
  19. So, no more Breaking News, right?

  20. @Ripple Earthdevil
    The most important murder victim ever! Except maybe MLK.

    Replies: @Dmon

    Depends on how you rank the competition in the various regions. MLK and Emmett are both SEC, which is generally considered the strongest conference. This conference also includes Michael Brown, whose entirely creditable showing is unfortunately swamped by the two conference heavyweights. Brown did have a memorable catchphrase however. Trayvon dominates the ACC, but that’s generally not considered in the same class. However, as in the inaugural CFP National Championship tournament, the Big 10 scored a major upset with George Floyd, shattering the run of SEC dominance. JoJo (Rosenbaum) is the Christian McCaffrey of the rankings – very good for a White guy. Maybe someone with a Moneyball bent could generate Most Important Murder Victim rankings grounded in a solid statistical basis (Total Property Destroyed, Murders Above Replacement, etc.).

  21. @Anonymous
    Meanwhile, last Saturday night, a roving gang of Emmett Till's randomly happened upon an unsuspecting Chicago bus driver, and enthusiastically attempted to beat him to death.

    Conclusion: Too many black kids in Chicago have horrible fathers, and are subsequently horrible people, like Emmett Till:

    https://twitter.com/MrAndyNgo/status/1467575741319630849?s=20

    Replies: @JimDandy

    There is a dire need for a huge increase in police brutality in Chicago. In one of the videos, as those animals are pummeling that bus driver, a cop can be seen sort of gingerly nudging his way into the scene. He should have come in with his fucking baton swinging at every head. But cops can’t do their jobs anymore, for reasons we all know. A day before, on the North Side, a team of animals attacked and robbed three different people in broad daylight within about ten minutes. A cop car saw the getaway car drive past them, but they “did not pursue.”

    • Replies: @Alden
    @JimDandy

    It was the Lakeview part of the north side. Very posh neighborhood right on the lake beach and park. Beautiful 1870 to 1930 brick buildings. Parks trees gorgeous Another wonderful big city neighborhood destroyed by the Black Plague. Obama operative Chicago former mayor, White hating Rahm Emmanuel lived there. His teen son was robbed and roughed up by some black kids.

    All that wonderful subway bus light rail system. Makes it easy for the predators to find their prey.

    Replies: @JimDandy, @Brutusale, @Bill Jones

    , @Mark G.
    @JimDandy


    But cops can’t do their jobs anymore, for reasons we all know.
     
    When I was a child in the sixties there was this same sort of uncontrolled increase in crime. People pretty much figured out how to deal with it on their own. The most common ploy was to put as much geographical distance between you and the criminal predators as possible. My parents moved out of Indianapolis to a small all white town straight out of the movie Hoosiers. My best friend inherited the house of his parents and stayed in the old neighborhood. He bought expensive locks, an elaborate burglar alarm system and several guns.

    Some cities like Detroit ended up totally devastated. Indianapolis was like New York in that it elected a tough on crime Republican mayor and had a partial recovery. New York had Giuliani and Indy had Stephen Goldsmith. There was even some gentrification around the downtown area. The same thing was happening in a lot of cities.

    This seems to have reversed. There are a lot of younger people now who weren't around during the previous crime wave and they appear not to be able to see through bad arguments. Before the current crime wave, one argument I heard a lot is that with low crime we don't need so many people in prison. Another one was that Boomers were unusually crime prone and later generations were better behaved. In reality, crime had gone down because people moved away from the bad guys, bought things like guns and burglar alarms, and elected mayors who had more people arrested and put in jail.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @S

  22. Anon[409] • Disclaimer says:

    The case was reopened when a white professor who specializes in civil rights was doing a book tour for his Till tome and reported that the woman involved admitted to him that Till hadn’t grabbed her, as she had told the FBI, but had only wolf whistled. Black activists then took over and forced a reopening of the case, presumably to the chagrin of the professor, since the FBI showed up to question him:

    The most damning statements Tyson [the professor] attributed to Donham were not recorded or transcribed, and he gave authorities inconsistent statements on whether a recording had ever been made, the department said. Tyson took some notes of their conversation, but he did not provide a firm timeline of when her confession reportedly happened.

    He sounds like a real detail-oriented historian.

    The woman, on the other hand, denied to the the FBI that she said said what Tyson claimed she had said. Everybody else is dead. So reopened case reclosed.

    • Replies: @Alden
    @Anon

    I remember that The woman who had to get her gun to chase Till off was very old . And had dementia. And her caretaker was out of the room when the POS professor claimed Mrs Bryant I think her name was told him Till only whistled At her. The story was just another lie told by a White hating liberal. May he burn in hell forever and ever.

    , @Alden
    @Anon

    Wasn’t her name Bryant? Whose Donham? Someone else Till tried to rape? Or just the first old lady with memory problems Tyson could find?

    Replies: @Anon

    , @kaganovitch
    @Anon

    The most damning statements Tyson [the professor] attributed to Donham were not recorded or transcribed, and he gave authorities inconsistent statements on whether a recording had ever been made, the department said. Tyson took some notes of their conversation, but he did not provide a firm timeline of when her confession reportedly happened.

    So he has the same standards as the FBI themselves...and in all likelihood for the same reasons.

    , @Jon
    @Anon

    There was also a nine-year gap between the time he claims to have interviewed her and the time he went public with her recant. He said he didn't bother to tell anyone at the time because it wasn't newsworthy - then he wrote a book called "The Blood of Emitt Till" and suddenly it was

    , @AnotherDad
    @Anon

    Tyson's just another minoritarian liar. (He has no tape, he has no transcript, Carolyn Bryant Donham's escort denies she said any of it.) Par for the course. Lying is the minoritarian bread and butter, because
    -- it's a stupid, illogical, immoral ideology
    -- reality is contrary to their narrative.

    No one knows exactly what took place between Till and Carolyn Bryant--no one else was there. (Her sister in law was in the back.) Carolyn Bryant testified at trial the Till grabbed her hand, tried to sweet talk her, then followed her and grabbed her waist.

    But whatever the specifics Carolyn Bryant ran out of the store to her car to get her gun. And Till's cousins were alarmed, grabbed him to get the heck outta there.

    The context: There was social system, with a code of behavior that allowed the Bryants to operate a country store out in the boonies--and have Carolyn Bryant out there tending it. (Conditions modern people do not understand--no phone, no 911, ergo no police response.) Till shat all over those norms. His behavior would make it impossible for the Bryants to operate such a store.

    My rough take as a "damn yankee":
    Tills violation of these social norms would require his getting his ass kicked. His Aunt--about the only sensible person--wanted to just put his ass on the train immediately. His Uncle thought he could work it out and offered--i believe--to set Till straight himself. Bryant and his half brother Milam, and a couple black guys that worked for them, apparently gave Till a vicious beating.

    Unfortunately--for Till and the rest of us--Till was such an unapologetic dick, and Bryant and Milam also dicks, not the most intelligent/sensible, that they escalated to murder.

    No one approved of this. The jury didn't convict because of "racism"--for some sure. But fundamentally because convicting--and sentencing Bryant and Milam to life imprisonment or death--would have been a blow to this same social order required for civilized life with "diversity". But Bryant and Milam were reviled for violating the norms, offending racial relations, bringing the town into disrepute, and i believe left town.

    Of course the "elite" media were incapable of outlining any of this. Instead they peddled another minoritarian parable of the evil white gentiles endless oppressing innocent virtuous minorities. One personal sexual affront/murder in a nation of 175 million, huffed and puffed endlessly for going on 66 years ... because they have so little else.

    Yet, if there's an actual "lesson" in Emmett Till's murder: "diversity is not a strength".

    Replies: @Boomthorkell, @Jack D, @Nicholas Stix

  23. Jeopardy 2022. Clue: A Saintly 1955 Victim of White Supremacy or a 1980’s New Wave band lead by singer/songwriter Aimee Mann.

  24. @AnotherDad
    Separate Nations

    What's the alternative?

    Replies: @Colin Wright, @Adam Smith, @anonymous, @Goddard

    ‘What’s the alternative?’

    At least three come to mind.

  25. @JimDandy
    @Anonymous

    There is a dire need for a huge increase in police brutality in Chicago. In one of the videos, as those animals are pummeling that bus driver, a cop can be seen sort of gingerly nudging his way into the scene. He should have come in with his fucking baton swinging at every head. But cops can't do their jobs anymore, for reasons we all know. A day before, on the North Side, a team of animals attacked and robbed three different people in broad daylight within about ten minutes. A cop car saw the getaway car drive past them, but they "did not pursue."

    Replies: @Alden, @Mark G.

    It was the Lakeview part of the north side. Very posh neighborhood right on the lake beach and park. Beautiful 1870 to 1930 brick buildings. Parks trees gorgeous Another wonderful big city neighborhood destroyed by the Black Plague. Obama operative Chicago former mayor, White hating Rahm Emmanuel lived there. His teen son was robbed and roughed up by some black kids.

    All that wonderful subway bus light rail system. Makes it easy for the predators to find their prey.

    • Replies: @JimDandy
    @Alden

    Local media has interviewed a number of kids in their early teens who are carjackers, muggers, etc. The trend, according to them, is to go to the nice neighborhoods because the people who live there aren't worried about getting mugged there. Catching them in their comfort zones.

    , @Brutusale
    @Alden

    Does young Emmanuel have the same heroic, masculine build as the old man? If so, the perp could be an 8-year old!

    Replies: @Alden

    , @Bill Jones
    @Alden


    All that wonderful subway bus light rail system. Makes it easy for the predators to find their prey.
     
    Works for me.
  26. @Anon
    The case was reopened when a white professor who specializes in civil rights was doing a book tour for his Till tome and reported that the woman involved admitted to him that Till hadn't grabbed her, as she had told the FBI, but had only wolf whistled. Black activists then took over and forced a reopening of the case, presumably to the chagrin of the professor, since the FBI showed up to question him:

    The most damning statements Tyson [the professor] attributed to Donham were not recorded or transcribed, and he gave authorities inconsistent statements on whether a recording had ever been made, the department said. Tyson took some notes of their conversation, but he did not provide a firm timeline of when her confession reportedly happened.
     
    He sounds like a real detail-oriented historian.

    The woman, on the other hand, denied to the the FBI that she said said what Tyson claimed she had said. Everybody else is dead. So reopened case reclosed.

    Replies: @Alden, @Alden, @kaganovitch, @Jon, @AnotherDad

    I remember that The woman who had to get her gun to chase Till off was very old . And had dementia. And her caretaker was out of the room when the POS professor claimed Mrs Bryant I think her name was told him Till only whistled At her. The story was just another lie told by a White hating liberal. May he burn in hell forever and ever.

  27. @Anon
    The case was reopened when a white professor who specializes in civil rights was doing a book tour for his Till tome and reported that the woman involved admitted to him that Till hadn't grabbed her, as she had told the FBI, but had only wolf whistled. Black activists then took over and forced a reopening of the case, presumably to the chagrin of the professor, since the FBI showed up to question him:

    The most damning statements Tyson [the professor] attributed to Donham were not recorded or transcribed, and he gave authorities inconsistent statements on whether a recording had ever been made, the department said. Tyson took some notes of their conversation, but he did not provide a firm timeline of when her confession reportedly happened.
     
    He sounds like a real detail-oriented historian.

    The woman, on the other hand, denied to the the FBI that she said said what Tyson claimed she had said. Everybody else is dead. So reopened case reclosed.

    Replies: @Alden, @Alden, @kaganovitch, @Jon, @AnotherDad

    Wasn’t her name Bryant? Whose Donham? Someone else Till tried to rape? Or just the first old lady with memory problems Tyson could find?

    • Replies: @Anon
    @Alden

    Carolyn Bryant Donham -- she's in her early eighties now. The quoted material is from down in the CNN article that Steve linked to.

    Replies: @Ben tillman, @Jack D, @Alden

  28. @JimDandy
    @Anonymous

    There is a dire need for a huge increase in police brutality in Chicago. In one of the videos, as those animals are pummeling that bus driver, a cop can be seen sort of gingerly nudging his way into the scene. He should have come in with his fucking baton swinging at every head. But cops can't do their jobs anymore, for reasons we all know. A day before, on the North Side, a team of animals attacked and robbed three different people in broad daylight within about ten minutes. A cop car saw the getaway car drive past them, but they "did not pursue."

    Replies: @Alden, @Mark G.

    But cops can’t do their jobs anymore, for reasons we all know.

    When I was a child in the sixties there was this same sort of uncontrolled increase in crime. People pretty much figured out how to deal with it on their own. The most common ploy was to put as much geographical distance between you and the criminal predators as possible. My parents moved out of Indianapolis to a small all white town straight out of the movie Hoosiers. My best friend inherited the house of his parents and stayed in the old neighborhood. He bought expensive locks, an elaborate burglar alarm system and several guns.

    Some cities like Detroit ended up totally devastated. Indianapolis was like New York in that it elected a tough on crime Republican mayor and had a partial recovery. New York had Giuliani and Indy had Stephen Goldsmith. There was even some gentrification around the downtown area. The same thing was happening in a lot of cities.

    This seems to have reversed. There are a lot of younger people now who weren’t around during the previous crime wave and they appear not to be able to see through bad arguments. Before the current crime wave, one argument I heard a lot is that with low crime we don’t need so many people in prison. Another one was that Boomers were unusually crime prone and later generations were better behaved. In reality, crime had gone down because people moved away from the bad guys, bought things like guns and burglar alarms, and elected mayors who had more people arrested and put in jail.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @Mark G.

    I'm not sensing Indianapolis is moving in the right direction.

    , @S
    @Mark G.


    When I was a child in the sixties there was this same sort of uncontrolled increase in crime.
     
    Purportedly, there was a big increase in crime, much of it Black, which occurred 'coincidentally' at about the same time as the 'civil rights' movement of the 60's.
  29. @Alden
    @JimDandy

    It was the Lakeview part of the north side. Very posh neighborhood right on the lake beach and park. Beautiful 1870 to 1930 brick buildings. Parks trees gorgeous Another wonderful big city neighborhood destroyed by the Black Plague. Obama operative Chicago former mayor, White hating Rahm Emmanuel lived there. His teen son was robbed and roughed up by some black kids.

    All that wonderful subway bus light rail system. Makes it easy for the predators to find their prey.

    Replies: @JimDandy, @Brutusale, @Bill Jones

    Local media has interviewed a number of kids in their early teens who are carjackers, muggers, etc. The trend, according to them, is to go to the nice neighborhoods because the people who live there aren’t worried about getting mugged there. Catching them in their comfort zones.

  30. @AnotherDad
    Separate Nations

    What's the alternative?

    Replies: @Colin Wright, @Adam Smith, @anonymous, @Goddard

    Separate Continents.

    • Agree: Mike Tre
    • Replies: @SunBakedSuburb
    @Adam Smith

    "Separate Continents."

    That would make life difficult for the white caregiver of Emmett's body.








    #14 ET

  31. @Mark G.
    @JimDandy


    But cops can’t do their jobs anymore, for reasons we all know.
     
    When I was a child in the sixties there was this same sort of uncontrolled increase in crime. People pretty much figured out how to deal with it on their own. The most common ploy was to put as much geographical distance between you and the criminal predators as possible. My parents moved out of Indianapolis to a small all white town straight out of the movie Hoosiers. My best friend inherited the house of his parents and stayed in the old neighborhood. He bought expensive locks, an elaborate burglar alarm system and several guns.

    Some cities like Detroit ended up totally devastated. Indianapolis was like New York in that it elected a tough on crime Republican mayor and had a partial recovery. New York had Giuliani and Indy had Stephen Goldsmith. There was even some gentrification around the downtown area. The same thing was happening in a lot of cities.

    This seems to have reversed. There are a lot of younger people now who weren't around during the previous crime wave and they appear not to be able to see through bad arguments. Before the current crime wave, one argument I heard a lot is that with low crime we don't need so many people in prison. Another one was that Boomers were unusually crime prone and later generations were better behaved. In reality, crime had gone down because people moved away from the bad guys, bought things like guns and burglar alarms, and elected mayors who had more people arrested and put in jail.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @S

    I’m not sensing Indianapolis is moving in the right direction.

  32. @JimDandy
    There should be an Emmett Till Headlines Hall of Fame. Here's my nominee:


    NPR
    Emmett Till's Father Was Also Hanged: A New Book Tells His Story

    Replies: @Hibernian, @jimmyriddle, @Jack D, @res

    The author of that book, JE Wideman,) has a son who has been in prison for murder since 1986.

    • Replies: @jimmyriddle
    @jimmyriddle

    The Wideman family is a really hot mess.

    His brother is also inside for killing, or as the lib reporter hilariously phrases it with passive voice:
    "his brother succumbed to the streets and was beaten down by the establishment until he landed in prison with a life sentence for murder."

    His son killed some kid at summer camp for no discernable reason - stabbed him while he was asleep. He also made a false confession to killing a girl in Laramie (the real killer was a cop who was arrested 30 years later). Then he hooked up with a Nice White Lady prison shrink.


    https://eu.azcentral.com/story/news/local/arizona-investigations/2019/01/02/released-arizona-killer-jacob-wideman-appeals-reimprisonment/2422528002/

  33. @AnotherDad
    Separate Nations

    What's the alternative?

    Replies: @Colin Wright, @Adam Smith, @anonymous, @Goddard

    India and China and Mexico are all separate nations.

    • Replies: @Boomthorkell
    @anonymous

    India and Mexico are a bad example of this, being India is a conglomeration of Indic nations, and an argument could be made about the Mayans in Mexico really being separate.

    Nonetheless, India and China are better off being separate from America, ha ha.

  34. Thank goodness … I was growing tired of being left twisting in the wind.

  35. @Emil Nikola Richard
    The only news which seems to be 90% reliable is sports, weather, and the markets.

    Evergrande stock price has plunged but the mucky-mucks claim the CCP is just going to take it over and deal out haircuts to various stakeholders no big deal.

    There are a good number of NFL players with Corona. Presumably they are nearly all vaccinated. Does anybody have access to the stats of number of cases in 2020 versus 2021? My impression is there are more this year but I would be very interested in these numbers which are going to be the best we get albeit the N ain't great.

    Replies: @Old Prude, @Alec Leamas (hard at work)

    Weather? Really? The weatherman will lie right to your face. Worse than W Bush.

    • Replies: @Emil Nikola Richard
    @Old Prude

    Making an erroneous weather prediction is not lying.

    If you see them lying about yesterday's weather check your medications.

  36. @usNthem
    I can see they were using the happy go lucky pictures (ala trayvon, arbery etc) of the dear departed jogger even back in the ‘50’s. Though admittedly, ole Emmett was probably a cleaner cut version due to the times.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    Though admittedly, ole Emmett was probably a cleaner cut version due to the times.

    Ole Emmett didn’t wear his pants sagging below his ass? That settles it! We find him innocent of all counts, Your Honor.

  37. @Anon
    The case was reopened when a white professor who specializes in civil rights was doing a book tour for his Till tome and reported that the woman involved admitted to him that Till hadn't grabbed her, as she had told the FBI, but had only wolf whistled. Black activists then took over and forced a reopening of the case, presumably to the chagrin of the professor, since the FBI showed up to question him:

    The most damning statements Tyson [the professor] attributed to Donham were not recorded or transcribed, and he gave authorities inconsistent statements on whether a recording had ever been made, the department said. Tyson took some notes of their conversation, but he did not provide a firm timeline of when her confession reportedly happened.
     
    He sounds like a real detail-oriented historian.

    The woman, on the other hand, denied to the the FBI that she said said what Tyson claimed she had said. Everybody else is dead. So reopened case reclosed.

    Replies: @Alden, @Alden, @kaganovitch, @Jon, @AnotherDad

    The most damning statements Tyson [the professor] attributed to Donham were not recorded or transcribed, and he gave authorities inconsistent statements on whether a recording had ever been made, the department said. Tyson took some notes of their conversation, but he did not provide a firm timeline of when her confession reportedly happened.

    So he has the same standards as the FBI themselves…and in all likelihood for the same reasons.

    • Agree: Ben tillman, Hibernian
  38. @AnotherDad
    Separate Nations

    What's the alternative?

    Replies: @Colin Wright, @Adam Smith, @anonymous, @Goddard

    What’s the alternative?

    Halfricans.

  39. @Alden
    @Anon

    Wasn’t her name Bryant? Whose Donham? Someone else Till tried to rape? Or just the first old lady with memory problems Tyson could find?

    Replies: @Anon

    Carolyn Bryant Donham — she’s in her early eighties now. The quoted material is from down in the CNN article that Steve linked to.

    • Replies: @Ben tillman
    @Anon

    She has to be older than that.

    , @Jack D
    @Anon

    She was born in 1934 and is about 87 now. She was around 21 at the time of the famous incident. She supposedly recanted her trial testimony to a historian 14 years ago. He taped the rest of their interview but was "setting up his tape recorder" when she recanted and didn't get it on tape.

    Replies: @Alden

    , @Alden
    @Anon

    Thank you. Good for her and her husband. I was a kid could barely read brought in the afternoon paper to look at the comics. Saw the headlines. My first thought was he must have done something bad to that lady. And I was correct!!!!!!! Might have been where my cynicism began.

  40. @jimmyriddle
    @JimDandy

    The author of that book, JE Wideman,) has a son who has been in prison for murder since 1986.

    Replies: @jimmyriddle

    The Wideman family is a really hot mess.

    His brother is also inside for killing, or as the lib reporter hilariously phrases it with passive voice:
    “his brother succumbed to the streets and was beaten down by the establishment until he landed in prison with a life sentence for murder.”

    His son killed some kid at summer camp for no discernable reason – stabbed him while he was asleep. He also made a false confession to killing a girl in Laramie (the real killer was a cop who was arrested 30 years later). Then he hooked up with a Nice White Lady prison shrink.

    https://eu.azcentral.com/story/news/local/arizona-investigations/2019/01/02/released-arizona-killer-jacob-wideman-appeals-reimprisonment/2422528002/

  41. @AndrewR
    @Wilkey


    Justice Department officials, including the head of the Civil Rights Division, Kristen Clarke, flew to Chicago to brief Till's remaining family members in person on Monday on what investigators had found and the decision to close the case, according to sources familiar with the matter.
     
    Unreal. I have no words

    Replies: @Ben tillman

    I read “remaining family members in person” as “remaining family members in prison“.

    Sometimes it’s more fun to read without the reading glasses.

    • LOL: Wilkey
  42. @Anon
    @Alden

    Carolyn Bryant Donham -- she's in her early eighties now. The quoted material is from down in the CNN article that Steve linked to.

    Replies: @Ben tillman, @Jack D, @Alden

    She has to be older than that.

  43. @JimDandy
    There should be an Emmett Till Headlines Hall of Fame. Here's my nominee:


    NPR
    Emmett Till's Father Was Also Hanged: A New Book Tells His Story

    Replies: @Hibernian, @jimmyriddle, @Jack D, @res

    Emmett Till was hanged? Who knew?

    • Agree: JimDandy
  44. @Anon
    The case was reopened when a white professor who specializes in civil rights was doing a book tour for his Till tome and reported that the woman involved admitted to him that Till hadn't grabbed her, as she had told the FBI, but had only wolf whistled. Black activists then took over and forced a reopening of the case, presumably to the chagrin of the professor, since the FBI showed up to question him:

    The most damning statements Tyson [the professor] attributed to Donham were not recorded or transcribed, and he gave authorities inconsistent statements on whether a recording had ever been made, the department said. Tyson took some notes of their conversation, but he did not provide a firm timeline of when her confession reportedly happened.
     
    He sounds like a real detail-oriented historian.

    The woman, on the other hand, denied to the the FBI that she said said what Tyson claimed she had said. Everybody else is dead. So reopened case reclosed.

    Replies: @Alden, @Alden, @kaganovitch, @Jon, @AnotherDad

    There was also a nine-year gap between the time he claims to have interviewed her and the time he went public with her recant. He said he didn’t bother to tell anyone at the time because it wasn’t newsworthy – then he wrote a book called “The Blood of Emitt Till” and suddenly it was

  45. @Anon
    @Alden

    Carolyn Bryant Donham -- she's in her early eighties now. The quoted material is from down in the CNN article that Steve linked to.

    Replies: @Ben tillman, @Jack D, @Alden

    She was born in 1934 and is about 87 now. She was around 21 at the time of the famous incident. She supposedly recanted her trial testimony to a historian 14 years ago. He taped the rest of their interview but was “setting up his tape recorder” when she recanted and didn’t get it on tape.

    • Agree: Batman
    • Replies: @Alden
    @Jack D

    Of course of course the tape failed just at the opportune moment. And he didn’t listen to the completed tape as soon as they finished to make sure it was complete and OK.

    Running a store frequented by blacks. Must have been like running a 7/11 today. 5’8 150 160 pound boy against a 5’2 110 pound woman. If any of you have sons or brothers you must have noticed that around age 11 boys start getting stronger And by 14 are very strong Even late puberty 5’3 110 pound Asian and N European White 14 year old boys. Most of the commenters were boys themselves you must remember.

  46. @Anon
    The case was reopened when a white professor who specializes in civil rights was doing a book tour for his Till tome and reported that the woman involved admitted to him that Till hadn't grabbed her, as she had told the FBI, but had only wolf whistled. Black activists then took over and forced a reopening of the case, presumably to the chagrin of the professor, since the FBI showed up to question him:

    The most damning statements Tyson [the professor] attributed to Donham were not recorded or transcribed, and he gave authorities inconsistent statements on whether a recording had ever been made, the department said. Tyson took some notes of their conversation, but he did not provide a firm timeline of when her confession reportedly happened.
     
    He sounds like a real detail-oriented historian.

    The woman, on the other hand, denied to the the FBI that she said said what Tyson claimed she had said. Everybody else is dead. So reopened case reclosed.

    Replies: @Alden, @Alden, @kaganovitch, @Jon, @AnotherDad

    Tyson’s just another minoritarian liar. (He has no tape, he has no transcript, Carolyn Bryant Donham’s escort denies she said any of it.) Par for the course. Lying is the minoritarian bread and butter, because
    — it’s a stupid, illogical, immoral ideology
    — reality is contrary to their narrative.

    No one knows exactly what took place between Till and Carolyn Bryant–no one else was there. (Her sister in law was in the back.) Carolyn Bryant testified at trial the Till grabbed her hand, tried to sweet talk her, then followed her and grabbed her waist.

    But whatever the specifics Carolyn Bryant ran out of the store to her car to get her gun. And Till’s cousins were alarmed, grabbed him to get the heck outta there.

    The context: There was social system, with a code of behavior that allowed the Bryants to operate a country store out in the boonies–and have Carolyn Bryant out there tending it. (Conditions modern people do not understand–no phone, no 911, ergo no police response.) Till shat all over those norms. His behavior would make it impossible for the Bryants to operate such a store.

    My rough take as a “damn yankee”:
    Tills violation of these social norms would require his getting his ass kicked. His Aunt–about the only sensible person–wanted to just put his ass on the train immediately. His Uncle thought he could work it out and offered–i believe–to set Till straight himself. Bryant and his half brother Milam, and a couple black guys that worked for them, apparently gave Till a vicious beating.

    Unfortunately–for Till and the rest of us–Till was such an unapologetic dick, and Bryant and Milam also dicks, not the most intelligent/sensible, that they escalated to murder.

    No one approved of this. The jury didn’t convict because of “racism”–for some sure. But fundamentally because convicting–and sentencing Bryant and Milam to life imprisonment or death–would have been a blow to this same social order required for civilized life with “diversity”. But Bryant and Milam were reviled for violating the norms, offending racial relations, bringing the town into disrepute, and i believe left town.

    Of course the “elite” media were incapable of outlining any of this. Instead they peddled another minoritarian parable of the evil white gentiles endless oppressing innocent virtuous minorities. One personal sexual affront/murder in a nation of 175 million, huffed and puffed endlessly for going on 66 years … because they have so little else.

    Yet, if there’s an actual “lesson” in Emmett Till’s murder: “diversity is not a strength”.

    • Replies: @Boomthorkell
    @AnotherDad

    Svevlad was right in that the best system is instituting a millet with communal punishment above in cases where a community "refuses" to handle its own troublesome members.

    No one needs to lynch now.

    , @Jack D
    @AnotherDad

    "diversity is not a strength”

    Y'all shoulda thought about that in 1619. Too late now. You like to blabber endlessly about minoritarianism and the havoc supposedly wreaked by the immigrant Jews and the later post-1964 immigrants but then real "diversity" problem that America has was inflicted not in 1964 or in 1898 but was self-inflicted by your heroic Old White Stock people. It's the gift that just keeps on giving. You should have picked your own damn cotton.

    Now it's true that the situation in Mississippi in 1955 was a working social system of sorts (worked better for whites than for blacks) but it was maintained by a reign of terror. It could only be maintained for so long as blacks were denied their Constitutionally guaranteed right to vote. I agree with you that Till was a idiot (and Bryant and Milam were also idiots) but that's how history works - fools go where angels fear to tread. Even if Till had kept his goddamn mouth shut, the situation in Mississippi was untenable in the long run. Till's death was the last gasp of a dying social system. The handwriting was already on the wall with Brown v. Bd. of Education, decided the previous year.

    Replies: @Alden, @Mike Tre, @Alec Leamas (hard at work), @S, @Moses

    , @Nicholas Stix
    @AnotherDad

    My understanding is that he not only put his hands on her, but demanded sex in the lewdest possible manner. He was his father's son, alright.

    “The Story of Emmett Till: Facts vs. Racist Fairy Tales”
    https://nicholasstixuncensored.blogspot.com/2021/07/the-story-of-emmett-till-facts-vs.html

  47. @Johann Ricke
    Incompetent member of the black nomenklatura costs University of Iowa $2m:

    https://www.thegazette.com/higher-education/university-of-iowa-ordered-to-pay-nearly-2m-in-faith-based-student-org-lawsuits/

    She appears to have landed on her feet, by moving on another host in the Midwest:

    https://studentlife.osu.edu/people/melissa-shivers/

    Replies: @Dan, @Art Deco

    • Thanks: Calvin Hobbes
    • Replies: @Cloudbuster
    @Art Deco

    The article you quote does not in any way establish that Redington is the person responsible, only that she has qualified immunity.

    Meanwhile, in the original article, Shivers is actually one of the named defendants:

    "The court found that the university and the named defendants — including then-UI President Bruce Harreld and then-UI Vice President of Student Life Melissa Shivers — 'turned a blind eye to decades of First Amendment jurisprudence or they proceeded full speed ahead knowing they were violating the law.'"

  48. So that means that the key witness vs Till told the truth. Incredible. It sounds so racist on the face of it, I mean, if you have to trust a non-POC to tell the truth in an investigation, what is the world coming to?

  49. Anon[409] • Disclaimer says:

    I think there’s a business opportunity for an enterprising Korean immigrant to set up inexpensive photo studies in black communities that would specialize in taking angelic photos of young black men, no scowling, tattoos hidden, no hoodies, staring cherubically into the sky with their neotenic, desexualized eyes. These photos would be delivered to the single moms to pass out to the media when their kid is almost inevitably killed by whitey in some manner, perhaps via a white-adjacent black proxy. Major media outlets would then always have something other than the hulking, scary looking surveillance camera or smart phone video images.

    • Thanks: Dan Hayes
    • Replies: @Jack D
    @Anon

    I think that school photos already serve that purpose. I gather that the source for the photos of many angelic looking killers are their 8th grade school yearbook pictures.

    In any case, I love this article, which instructs us that the pictures of Trayvon looking thuggish tell us NOTHING, I tell you NOTHING about his character. NOTHING to see here folks, move along. These are not the droids you are looking for:

    https://www.businessinsider.com/just-so-were-clear-this-picture-says-nothing-about-trayvon-martin-2012-3

    I just love it when the Party instructs us in how to think. Who are you going to believe, me or your lying eyes?

    If that was the case, why were so many of the pictures of Travyon in the media those of pre-pubescent Trayvon in angelic mode. Don't those pictures ALSO tell us nothing about his true character? If the so-called MSM didn't have double standards, they wouldn't have any standards at all.

    , @beavertales
    @Anon

    Somewhere, in the Facebook and Google 'Situation Rooms', there are people whose job it is to scrub profile information off the internet in the aftermath of some newsworthy event.

    Every story can potentially be put to good use. The key to getting out in front is to have a pipeline from the police crisis responders to Facebook, who can get to work shutting down information before the bodies are cold.

  50. @Alden
    @JimDandy

    It was the Lakeview part of the north side. Very posh neighborhood right on the lake beach and park. Beautiful 1870 to 1930 brick buildings. Parks trees gorgeous Another wonderful big city neighborhood destroyed by the Black Plague. Obama operative Chicago former mayor, White hating Rahm Emmanuel lived there. His teen son was robbed and roughed up by some black kids.

    All that wonderful subway bus light rail system. Makes it easy for the predators to find their prey.

    Replies: @JimDandy, @Brutusale, @Bill Jones

    Does young Emmanuel have the same heroic, masculine build as the old man? If so, the perp could be an 8-year old!

    • Replies: @Alden
    @Brutusale

    Pretty sure it was the standard 2 or 3 blacks against one White robbery victim. I laugh at all these clip and paste military situational awareness comments on the internet. I’ve never seen any real concrete advice. For American cities here’s situational awareness in one sentence.

    One black man might be a robber two black men high probability they are robbers three black men are always a robbery rape beat down team.

  51. @Old Prude
    @Emil Nikola Richard

    Weather? Really? The weatherman will lie right to your face. Worse than W Bush.

    Replies: @Emil Nikola Richard

    Making an erroneous weather prediction is not lying.

    If you see them lying about yesterday’s weather check your medications.

    • LOL: Tony massey
  52. @AnotherDad
    @Anon

    Tyson's just another minoritarian liar. (He has no tape, he has no transcript, Carolyn Bryant Donham's escort denies she said any of it.) Par for the course. Lying is the minoritarian bread and butter, because
    -- it's a stupid, illogical, immoral ideology
    -- reality is contrary to their narrative.

    No one knows exactly what took place between Till and Carolyn Bryant--no one else was there. (Her sister in law was in the back.) Carolyn Bryant testified at trial the Till grabbed her hand, tried to sweet talk her, then followed her and grabbed her waist.

    But whatever the specifics Carolyn Bryant ran out of the store to her car to get her gun. And Till's cousins were alarmed, grabbed him to get the heck outta there.

    The context: There was social system, with a code of behavior that allowed the Bryants to operate a country store out in the boonies--and have Carolyn Bryant out there tending it. (Conditions modern people do not understand--no phone, no 911, ergo no police response.) Till shat all over those norms. His behavior would make it impossible for the Bryants to operate such a store.

    My rough take as a "damn yankee":
    Tills violation of these social norms would require his getting his ass kicked. His Aunt--about the only sensible person--wanted to just put his ass on the train immediately. His Uncle thought he could work it out and offered--i believe--to set Till straight himself. Bryant and his half brother Milam, and a couple black guys that worked for them, apparently gave Till a vicious beating.

    Unfortunately--for Till and the rest of us--Till was such an unapologetic dick, and Bryant and Milam also dicks, not the most intelligent/sensible, that they escalated to murder.

    No one approved of this. The jury didn't convict because of "racism"--for some sure. But fundamentally because convicting--and sentencing Bryant and Milam to life imprisonment or death--would have been a blow to this same social order required for civilized life with "diversity". But Bryant and Milam were reviled for violating the norms, offending racial relations, bringing the town into disrepute, and i believe left town.

    Of course the "elite" media were incapable of outlining any of this. Instead they peddled another minoritarian parable of the evil white gentiles endless oppressing innocent virtuous minorities. One personal sexual affront/murder in a nation of 175 million, huffed and puffed endlessly for going on 66 years ... because they have so little else.

    Yet, if there's an actual "lesson" in Emmett Till's murder: "diversity is not a strength".

    Replies: @Boomthorkell, @Jack D, @Nicholas Stix

    Svevlad was right in that the best system is instituting a millet with communal punishment above in cases where a community “refuses” to handle its own troublesome members.

    No one needs to lynch now.

  53. @anonymous
    @AnotherDad

    India and China and Mexico are all separate nations.

    Replies: @Boomthorkell

    India and Mexico are a bad example of this, being India is a conglomeration of Indic nations, and an argument could be made about the Mayans in Mexico really being separate.

    Nonetheless, India and China are better off being separate from America, ha ha.

  54. @Anon
    I think there's a business opportunity for an enterprising Korean immigrant to set up inexpensive photo studies in black communities that would specialize in taking angelic photos of young black men, no scowling, tattoos hidden, no hoodies, staring cherubically into the sky with their neotenic, desexualized eyes. These photos would be delivered to the single moms to pass out to the media when their kid is almost inevitably killed by whitey in some manner, perhaps via a white-adjacent black proxy. Major media outlets would then always have something other than the hulking, scary looking surveillance camera or smart phone video images.

    Replies: @Jack D, @beavertales

    I think that school photos already serve that purpose. I gather that the source for the photos of many angelic looking killers are their 8th grade school yearbook pictures.

    In any case, I love this article, which instructs us that the pictures of Trayvon looking thuggish tell us NOTHING, I tell you NOTHING about his character. NOTHING to see here folks, move along. These are not the droids you are looking for:

    https://www.businessinsider.com/just-so-were-clear-this-picture-says-nothing-about-trayvon-martin-2012-3

    I just love it when the Party instructs us in how to think. Who are you going to believe, me or your lying eyes?

    If that was the case, why were so many of the pictures of Travyon in the media those of pre-pubescent Trayvon in angelic mode. Don’t those pictures ALSO tell us nothing about his true character? If the so-called MSM didn’t have double standards, they wouldn’t have any standards at all.

  55. @Adam Smith
    @AnotherDad

    Separate Continents.

    Replies: @SunBakedSuburb

    “Separate Continents.”

    That would make life difficult for the white caregiver of Emmett’s body.

    #14 ET

  56. @Wilkey
    They would've gotten to it sooner, but they had to send 15 men to a NASCAR race to confirm that someone didn't tie a noose to Bubba Wallace's garage door.

    Both of these investigations are solid examples of "If you have time to conduct an investigation like this, then clearly your budget is too big."

    Replies: @AndrewR, @S. Anonyia

    Where I live the DOJ/FBI has spent money on erecting 3 humongous billboards off the interstate encouraging motorists to report hate crimes. This is a mid-sized city with barely any racial tensions despite the diversity so it’s hilarious. Have they done this in other cities? I’ve driven around to a few other places within 4-5 hours since I noticed them here, but so far I haven’t seen the signs anywhere else.

    • Replies: @Bozo the Clown
    @S. Anonyia

    I drive extensively throughout the mid-Atlantic and northeast states. So far I’ve only noticed one of those signs. It’s on the PA turnpike between Philly and the Lehigh Valley. I made note of it because…well, why wouldn’t you?

  57. @AnotherDad
    @Anon

    Tyson's just another minoritarian liar. (He has no tape, he has no transcript, Carolyn Bryant Donham's escort denies she said any of it.) Par for the course. Lying is the minoritarian bread and butter, because
    -- it's a stupid, illogical, immoral ideology
    -- reality is contrary to their narrative.

    No one knows exactly what took place between Till and Carolyn Bryant--no one else was there. (Her sister in law was in the back.) Carolyn Bryant testified at trial the Till grabbed her hand, tried to sweet talk her, then followed her and grabbed her waist.

    But whatever the specifics Carolyn Bryant ran out of the store to her car to get her gun. And Till's cousins were alarmed, grabbed him to get the heck outta there.

    The context: There was social system, with a code of behavior that allowed the Bryants to operate a country store out in the boonies--and have Carolyn Bryant out there tending it. (Conditions modern people do not understand--no phone, no 911, ergo no police response.) Till shat all over those norms. His behavior would make it impossible for the Bryants to operate such a store.

    My rough take as a "damn yankee":
    Tills violation of these social norms would require his getting his ass kicked. His Aunt--about the only sensible person--wanted to just put his ass on the train immediately. His Uncle thought he could work it out and offered--i believe--to set Till straight himself. Bryant and his half brother Milam, and a couple black guys that worked for them, apparently gave Till a vicious beating.

    Unfortunately--for Till and the rest of us--Till was such an unapologetic dick, and Bryant and Milam also dicks, not the most intelligent/sensible, that they escalated to murder.

    No one approved of this. The jury didn't convict because of "racism"--for some sure. But fundamentally because convicting--and sentencing Bryant and Milam to life imprisonment or death--would have been a blow to this same social order required for civilized life with "diversity". But Bryant and Milam were reviled for violating the norms, offending racial relations, bringing the town into disrepute, and i believe left town.

    Of course the "elite" media were incapable of outlining any of this. Instead they peddled another minoritarian parable of the evil white gentiles endless oppressing innocent virtuous minorities. One personal sexual affront/murder in a nation of 175 million, huffed and puffed endlessly for going on 66 years ... because they have so little else.

    Yet, if there's an actual "lesson" in Emmett Till's murder: "diversity is not a strength".

    Replies: @Boomthorkell, @Jack D, @Nicholas Stix

    “diversity is not a strength”

    Y’all shoulda thought about that in 1619. Too late now. You like to blabber endlessly about minoritarianism and the havoc supposedly wreaked by the immigrant Jews and the later post-1964 immigrants but then real “diversity” problem that America has was inflicted not in 1964 or in 1898 but was self-inflicted by your heroic Old White Stock people. It’s the gift that just keeps on giving. You should have picked your own damn cotton.

    Now it’s true that the situation in Mississippi in 1955 was a working social system of sorts (worked better for whites than for blacks) but it was maintained by a reign of terror. It could only be maintained for so long as blacks were denied their Constitutionally guaranteed right to vote. I agree with you that Till was a idiot (and Bryant and Milam were also idiots) but that’s how history works – fools go where angels fear to tread. Even if Till had kept his goddamn mouth shut, the situation in Mississippi was untenable in the long run. Till’s death was the last gasp of a dying social system. The handwriting was already on the wall with Brown v. Bd. of Education, decided the previous year.

    • Replies: @Alden
    @Jack D

    As one private school parent to another I hope you agree Brown was a complete disaster for the White race. Why should we pay such a high percentage of our take home income just to keep our kids safe from the jungles of the public school system? Why should Whites who don’t have the money or no nearby private schools have to send our kids to the torture chamber or spend the equivalent of private school tuition on car expenses to get from our safe White haven to the job that supports our commute expenses?

    Much much more than black crime it was Brown that destroyed our great cities. It let loose millions of 6 to 18 year old vicious thugs who did to our cities what Genghis Khan and Tamerlane did to Baghdad and other Mid East central Asian cities.

    Replies: @S

    , @Mike Tre
    @Jack D

    "Y’all shoulda thought about that in 1619. Too late now."

    The whites then had no idea deceitful and duplicitous jewish shysters would teach whites to worship negroes through jewish owned mass media 300 years later. I guess only jews can see the future.

    I imagine if your ancestors had stayed in Eastern Europe where they (didn't) belong, negroes wouldn't be wreaking nearly the amount of carnage they are today.

    And we won't even get into the jewish presence within the trans Atlantic slave trade. I can just imagine Jack's great great great great great grandfather heckling some skeptical southerner about how investing in the negro slave would serve his descendants for centuries to come! I guess you boys really can see the future! LOL

    Replies: @Jack D

    , @Alec Leamas (hard at work)
    @Jack D


    Now it’s true that the situation in Mississippi in 1955 was a working social system of sorts (worked better for whites than for blacks) but it was maintained by a reign of terror. It could only be maintained for so long as blacks were denied their Constitutionally guaranteed right to vote. I agree with you that Till was a idiot (and Bryant and Milam were also idiots) but that’s how history works – fools go where angels fear to tread. Even if Till had kept his goddamn mouth shut, the situation in Mississippi was untenable in the long run. Till’s death was the last gasp of a dying social system. The handwriting was already on the wall with Brown v. Bd. of Education, decided the previous year.
     
    It was the worst of all possible social systems besides all of the others that have since been tried.

    It seems to me that we're going to have a reign of terror, the only question is the identity of those who will be terrorized.
    , @S
    @Jack D


    Y’all shoulda thought about that in 1619.
     
    Who exactly is 'Y'all'?

    Surely, you know better than to make a blanket statement like that. Its not as though there was a popular vote on the matter at Jamestown. The people weren't asked. Rather, the first indentured 'Angolans' were brought in that year by diktat by a few (at most) of the elite planters and their hangers on.

    The recent British made fairly 'woke' Jamestown series rather surprisingly showed what was probably an accurate enough first response by the bulk of the English commoners of the colony to the forced introduction of the Angolans to the colony..ie shock, dismay, and perhaps more than anything, a sense of foreboding.

    The 1965 Immigration Act was sold on the basis of fraud and deception, ie on lies, and very conveniently for its promoters, at a time of major social tumult caused by political assassination (JFK's) and a war in South-East Asia.

    Having said that, I'm not one of those who blame one group or the other, as I think there is plenty of responsibility to share for the present sad state of affairs.

    In regards to the Anglosphere and slavery, specifically, since the early 17th century in then British North America, there has historically been an ever growing element of the Anglo-Saxon elite and their hangers on, and matasticized now to other Euro and non-Euro groups of course, financially addicted to doing anything (but anything!) than pay the prevailing real time local rates for labor, to more often than not, their very own people, first with chattel slavery, and then via wage slavery, ie so called 'cheap labor' acquired by 'mass immigration'.

    The big failure here, to this very day, is that of the non-exploiting majority not succesfully separating from this historically corrupt (though powerful) chattel and wage slavery addicted minority.

    It certainly doesn't reflect very well on them that that hasn't happened.

    Too late now.
     
    Not for you to decide, though you're certainly welcome to your opinion. I imagine similar sentiments were routinely expressed by many, Jewish and non-Jewish alike, in the late 19th century about the Jewish people ever acquiring a homeland just for themselves.

    Then 1948 happened.
    , @Moses
    @Jack D

    Come on Jack, you know better than this. 1619 or no, America was 90% White until 1965.

    We Jews abhored the 1924 immigration law favoring European immigration. You know, because it was bad for the Jews.

    Emmanuel Celler and Jewish groups were instrumental in opening the non-White floodgates in 1965 after decades of effort. Replacing the White supermajority makes us Jews safer from those scary young White men in Charlottesville carrying tiki torches.

    Claiming as you do that Brown and Hart-Celler really didn’t matter is misleading and disingenuous. You reinforce ugly stereotypes of our people.

  58. Here’s some news (courtesy of CNN) that was late-breaking in 2020:

    Missouri police officer who killed Michael Brown faces no charges

    https://www.cnn.com/2020/07/30/us/ferguson-missouri-michael-brown-darren-wilson-no-charges/index.html

    (CNN)No charges will be filed against former Ferguson, Missouri, police Officer Darren Wilson after a reinvestigation into the 2014 shooting death of 18-year-old Michael Brown, St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Wesley Bell said Thursday.

    The investigation didn’t exonerate Wilson, Bell said.

    END QUOTE

    I suspect that if video evidence became available, showing that what happened was exactly as Wilson claimed, Prosecuting Attorney Wesley Bell would still not think it was enough to “exonerate” Wilson.

    And where is Darren Wilson now? Stocking shelves in the middle of the night in a Walmart in Idaho is my guess, and with a different name and a long beard.

    And the famibly of Gentile Giant Michael Brown got a payout from the Ghetto Lottery:

    Settlement reached in Michael Brown civil lawsuit

    https://www.cnn.com/2017/06/20/us/michael-brown-settlement-ferguson/index.html

  59. @JimDandy
    There should be an Emmett Till Headlines Hall of Fame. Here's my nominee:


    NPR
    Emmett Till's Father Was Also Hanged: A New Book Tells His Story

    Replies: @Hibernian, @jimmyriddle, @Jack D, @res

    Thanks. NPR link.
    https://www.npr.org/2016/11/12/501622050/emmett-tills-father-was-also-hanged-a-new-book-tells-his-story

    Book link. The one star reviews are fun.
    https://www.amazon.com/Writing-Save-Life-Louis-Till/dp/1501147285

    Here they take it a step further and characterize Louis Till’s hanging as a lynching.
    https://face2faceafrica.com/article/the-untold-lynching-of-emmett-till-father-louis-till-in-1945

    P.S. Any more entries for the Emmett Till Headlines Hall of Fame?

    • Thanks: Calvin Hobbes, JimDandy
  60. @Hibernian
    @JimDandy

    This used to be used as a point against him.

    Replies: @JimDandy, @res

    I think that is the point of the Louis Till retcon. Can’t have facts inconvenient to The Narrative lying about uncontested.

    • Replies: @Alden
    @res

    Louis Till was hanged for murder as well as rape. Too bad he reproduced before he was executed.

    , @Dani
    @res

    I absolutely agree with you. I was horrified ENOUGH about 4 years ago when I came upon an odd YouTube video that was essentially a brief telling of the story - small channel, not some big, questionable one. At this point, I could see the story was changing and I knew why. When I saw this story headlining on ABC News online a couple of days ago, it made me sick and I did not want to read it but I had to - I KNEW it was going to change again...and of course, it did!
    What I really wasn't prepared for was the comments section I wish I hadn't taken a peek at. This is just as bad, if not worse, than the CRAP they pulled last June with the "Tulsa MASSACRE", another story that came out of nowhere a couple of years ago and they sure had it polished up real good with shinola shine in time for the big RIDICULOUS spectacle for the "anniversary", replete with "survivor" - yeah, angry, jealous White men destroyed "Black wall street" - and the Easter bunny delivers eggs and Santa delivers toys. These bastards are continually creating as dangerous an environment for average, decent, White folk as possible and we are already reaping the rewards - though nobody will really know because REAL crime doesn't get mainstream media attention....EVER, certainly not when it involves black on white VICIOUS, VIOLENT CRIME, and it happens EVERY day.
    I am realizing how naïve I've been all my life - black people really hate White people and it is only now through this disgusting propaganda they keep hurling out that we are really seeing this! Everything they are INTENTIONALLY using to create white-hatred by blacks is FABRICATED, and in some cases, WHITES suffered - this is all so out of control now it can't continue.
    Read the comment sections for these FALSE STORIES, you will be as disturbed as I've been.

  61. @JimDandy
    @Hibernian

    Yeah. And Emmett Till wasn't hanged. But we all know facts are racist, so.

    Replies: @res

    I wonder if that error was the result of an editor changing an original “lynched” to “hanged” without realizing it was inaccurate for Emmett.

  62. @Anon
    @Alden

    Carolyn Bryant Donham -- she's in her early eighties now. The quoted material is from down in the CNN article that Steve linked to.

    Replies: @Ben tillman, @Jack D, @Alden

    Thank you. Good for her and her husband. I was a kid could barely read brought in the afternoon paper to look at the comics. Saw the headlines. My first thought was he must have done something bad to that lady. And I was correct!!!!!!! Might have been where my cynicism began.

  63. @Jack D
    @Anon

    She was born in 1934 and is about 87 now. She was around 21 at the time of the famous incident. She supposedly recanted her trial testimony to a historian 14 years ago. He taped the rest of their interview but was "setting up his tape recorder" when she recanted and didn't get it on tape.

    Replies: @Alden

    Of course of course the tape failed just at the opportune moment. And he didn’t listen to the completed tape as soon as they finished to make sure it was complete and OK.

    Running a store frequented by blacks. Must have been like running a 7/11 today. 5’8 150 160 pound boy against a 5’2 110 pound woman. If any of you have sons or brothers you must have noticed that around age 11 boys start getting stronger And by 14 are very strong Even late puberty 5’3 110 pound Asian and N European White 14 year old boys. Most of the commenters were boys themselves you must remember.

  64. @Jack D
    @AnotherDad

    "diversity is not a strength”

    Y'all shoulda thought about that in 1619. Too late now. You like to blabber endlessly about minoritarianism and the havoc supposedly wreaked by the immigrant Jews and the later post-1964 immigrants but then real "diversity" problem that America has was inflicted not in 1964 or in 1898 but was self-inflicted by your heroic Old White Stock people. It's the gift that just keeps on giving. You should have picked your own damn cotton.

    Now it's true that the situation in Mississippi in 1955 was a working social system of sorts (worked better for whites than for blacks) but it was maintained by a reign of terror. It could only be maintained for so long as blacks were denied their Constitutionally guaranteed right to vote. I agree with you that Till was a idiot (and Bryant and Milam were also idiots) but that's how history works - fools go where angels fear to tread. Even if Till had kept his goddamn mouth shut, the situation in Mississippi was untenable in the long run. Till's death was the last gasp of a dying social system. The handwriting was already on the wall with Brown v. Bd. of Education, decided the previous year.

    Replies: @Alden, @Mike Tre, @Alec Leamas (hard at work), @S, @Moses

    As one private school parent to another I hope you agree Brown was a complete disaster for the White race. Why should we pay such a high percentage of our take home income just to keep our kids safe from the jungles of the public school system? Why should Whites who don’t have the money or no nearby private schools have to send our kids to the torture chamber or spend the equivalent of private school tuition on car expenses to get from our safe White haven to the job that supports our commute expenses?

    Much much more than black crime it was Brown that destroyed our great cities. It let loose millions of 6 to 18 year old vicious thugs who did to our cities what Genghis Khan and Tamerlane did to Baghdad and other Mid East central Asian cities.

    • Replies: @S
    @Alden

    Considering that in both London and Amsterdam, circa 1605, it was forbidden to bring African slaves into those cities, it should have been made a criminal death penalty offense at Jamestown colony as well.

    Similarly, it was morally criminal in 1865 simply releasing Blacks in the US countryside. They should have been returned to Africa enmasse, their natural home. For Euros, with their recessive genes, separation from sub-Saharan Africans is a critical existential matter. Painful for Blacks, yes, but most of them, with their dominant genes, would survive, for Euros, though, separation is a literal life and death matter.

    From what I can tell, this wasn't done in 1865 because Northern industrialists, many of the most prominent being textile manufacturers, ideally wanted Blacks to stay in situ on the Southern plantations picking cotton as more profitable and productive wage slaves, ie, as so called 'cheap labor'. [See the story behind Lawrence 'Immigrant City', Massachusetts, and it's infamous sister city, the 'abolition center' of Lawrence, 'Bleeding' Kansas, both of whose mid-19th century construction had been financed by the same Lawrence family of Massachusetts textile factory magnates, for further insight on this subject.]

    They 'cared' more about their slaves, whether they be chattel or wage, than they cared about their own people, and still do, for the very same reasons.

    Replies: @Alden

  65. @Anon
    I think there's a business opportunity for an enterprising Korean immigrant to set up inexpensive photo studies in black communities that would specialize in taking angelic photos of young black men, no scowling, tattoos hidden, no hoodies, staring cherubically into the sky with their neotenic, desexualized eyes. These photos would be delivered to the single moms to pass out to the media when their kid is almost inevitably killed by whitey in some manner, perhaps via a white-adjacent black proxy. Major media outlets would then always have something other than the hulking, scary looking surveillance camera or smart phone video images.

    Replies: @Jack D, @beavertales

    Somewhere, in the Facebook and Google ‘Situation Rooms’, there are people whose job it is to scrub profile information off the internet in the aftermath of some newsworthy event.

    Every story can potentially be put to good use. The key to getting out in front is to have a pipeline from the police crisis responders to Facebook, who can get to work shutting down information before the bodies are cold.

  66. Well ,his family is very upset….they’ve been dining out on this for how long now.

  67. @res
    @Hibernian

    I think that is the point of the Louis Till retcon. Can't have facts inconvenient to The Narrative lying about uncontested.

    Replies: @Alden, @Dani

    Louis Till was hanged for murder as well as rape. Too bad he reproduced before he was executed.

  68. @Brutusale
    @Alden

    Does young Emmanuel have the same heroic, masculine build as the old man? If so, the perp could be an 8-year old!

    Replies: @Alden

    Pretty sure it was the standard 2 or 3 blacks against one White robbery victim. I laugh at all these clip and paste military situational awareness comments on the internet. I’ve never seen any real concrete advice. For American cities here’s situational awareness in one sentence.

    One black man might be a robber two black men high probability they are robbers three black men are always a robbery rape beat down team.

  69. @Jack D
    @AnotherDad

    "diversity is not a strength”

    Y'all shoulda thought about that in 1619. Too late now. You like to blabber endlessly about minoritarianism and the havoc supposedly wreaked by the immigrant Jews and the later post-1964 immigrants but then real "diversity" problem that America has was inflicted not in 1964 or in 1898 but was self-inflicted by your heroic Old White Stock people. It's the gift that just keeps on giving. You should have picked your own damn cotton.

    Now it's true that the situation in Mississippi in 1955 was a working social system of sorts (worked better for whites than for blacks) but it was maintained by a reign of terror. It could only be maintained for so long as blacks were denied their Constitutionally guaranteed right to vote. I agree with you that Till was a idiot (and Bryant and Milam were also idiots) but that's how history works - fools go where angels fear to tread. Even if Till had kept his goddamn mouth shut, the situation in Mississippi was untenable in the long run. Till's death was the last gasp of a dying social system. The handwriting was already on the wall with Brown v. Bd. of Education, decided the previous year.

    Replies: @Alden, @Mike Tre, @Alec Leamas (hard at work), @S, @Moses

    “Y’all shoulda thought about that in 1619. Too late now.”

    The whites then had no idea deceitful and duplicitous jewish shysters would teach whites to worship negroes through jewish owned mass media 300 years later. I guess only jews can see the future.

    I imagine if your ancestors had stayed in Eastern Europe where they (didn’t) belong, negroes wouldn’t be wreaking nearly the amount of carnage they are today.

    And we won’t even get into the jewish presence within the trans Atlantic slave trade. I can just imagine Jack’s great great great great great grandfather heckling some skeptical southerner about how investing in the negro slave would serve his descendants for centuries to come! I guess you boys really can see the future! LOL

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @Mike Tre

    To the extent that Jews were involved in the slave trade (which was not much - there were only a handful of Jews in America before 1808. Even if every last adult male of them had been in the slave trade it wouldn't have been enough to run that trade), they were Sephardic Jews. German Jews started showing up in the 1840s and my gang (and the gang of the vast majority of American Jews) the Eastern European Jews didn't appear in large numbers until the late 19th century well after slavery was abolished.

    As for the D family, we arrived during the Truman Administration so I assure you that we had NOTHING to do with slavery.

    And you imagine wrong. You could get rid of every single last Jew in America and blacks would still be a problem.

    Replies: @Nico

  70. @Mark G.
    @JimDandy


    But cops can’t do their jobs anymore, for reasons we all know.
     
    When I was a child in the sixties there was this same sort of uncontrolled increase in crime. People pretty much figured out how to deal with it on their own. The most common ploy was to put as much geographical distance between you and the criminal predators as possible. My parents moved out of Indianapolis to a small all white town straight out of the movie Hoosiers. My best friend inherited the house of his parents and stayed in the old neighborhood. He bought expensive locks, an elaborate burglar alarm system and several guns.

    Some cities like Detroit ended up totally devastated. Indianapolis was like New York in that it elected a tough on crime Republican mayor and had a partial recovery. New York had Giuliani and Indy had Stephen Goldsmith. There was even some gentrification around the downtown area. The same thing was happening in a lot of cities.

    This seems to have reversed. There are a lot of younger people now who weren't around during the previous crime wave and they appear not to be able to see through bad arguments. Before the current crime wave, one argument I heard a lot is that with low crime we don't need so many people in prison. Another one was that Boomers were unusually crime prone and later generations were better behaved. In reality, crime had gone down because people moved away from the bad guys, bought things like guns and burglar alarms, and elected mayors who had more people arrested and put in jail.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @S

    When I was a child in the sixties there was this same sort of uncontrolled increase in crime.

    Purportedly, there was a big increase in crime, much of it Black, which occurred ‘coincidentally’ at about the same time as the ‘civil rights’ movement of the 60’s.

  71. @Jack D
    @AnotherDad

    "diversity is not a strength”

    Y'all shoulda thought about that in 1619. Too late now. You like to blabber endlessly about minoritarianism and the havoc supposedly wreaked by the immigrant Jews and the later post-1964 immigrants but then real "diversity" problem that America has was inflicted not in 1964 or in 1898 but was self-inflicted by your heroic Old White Stock people. It's the gift that just keeps on giving. You should have picked your own damn cotton.

    Now it's true that the situation in Mississippi in 1955 was a working social system of sorts (worked better for whites than for blacks) but it was maintained by a reign of terror. It could only be maintained for so long as blacks were denied their Constitutionally guaranteed right to vote. I agree with you that Till was a idiot (and Bryant and Milam were also idiots) but that's how history works - fools go where angels fear to tread. Even if Till had kept his goddamn mouth shut, the situation in Mississippi was untenable in the long run. Till's death was the last gasp of a dying social system. The handwriting was already on the wall with Brown v. Bd. of Education, decided the previous year.

    Replies: @Alden, @Mike Tre, @Alec Leamas (hard at work), @S, @Moses

    Now it’s true that the situation in Mississippi in 1955 was a working social system of sorts (worked better for whites than for blacks) but it was maintained by a reign of terror. It could only be maintained for so long as blacks were denied their Constitutionally guaranteed right to vote. I agree with you that Till was a idiot (and Bryant and Milam were also idiots) but that’s how history works – fools go where angels fear to tread. Even if Till had kept his goddamn mouth shut, the situation in Mississippi was untenable in the long run. Till’s death was the last gasp of a dying social system. The handwriting was already on the wall with Brown v. Bd. of Education, decided the previous year.

    It was the worst of all possible social systems besides all of the others that have since been tried.

    It seems to me that we’re going to have a reign of terror, the only question is the identity of those who will be terrorized.

  72. @Emil Nikola Richard
    The only news which seems to be 90% reliable is sports, weather, and the markets.

    Evergrande stock price has plunged but the mucky-mucks claim the CCP is just going to take it over and deal out haircuts to various stakeholders no big deal.

    There are a good number of NFL players with Corona. Presumably they are nearly all vaccinated. Does anybody have access to the stats of number of cases in 2020 versus 2021? My impression is there are more this year but I would be very interested in these numbers which are going to be the best we get albeit the N ain't great.

    Replies: @Old Prude, @Alec Leamas (hard at work)

    There are a good number of NFL players with Corona. Presumably they are nearly all vaccinated. Does anybody have access to the stats of number of cases in 2020 versus 2021? My impression is there are more this year but I would be very interested in these numbers which are going to be the best we get albeit the N ain’t great.

    I was listening to a handicapper show over the weekend. One guy’s take was that the Antonio Brown fake vaccination card imbroglio was the tip of an iceberg, and that loads more NFL players have submitted similarly false proofs of vaccination and are unvaccinated, which of course could lead to a massive wave of suspensions as the playoff picture is getting set. Of course, the NFL could decide that discretion is the better part of valor and actively ignore such a disaster in order not to allow it to turn into a catastrophe.

    • Replies: @Emil Nikola Richard
    @Alec Leamas (hard at work)

    https://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/32861803/sources-nfl-37-positive-covid-19-tests-monday

  73. @Jack D
    @AnotherDad

    "diversity is not a strength”

    Y'all shoulda thought about that in 1619. Too late now. You like to blabber endlessly about minoritarianism and the havoc supposedly wreaked by the immigrant Jews and the later post-1964 immigrants but then real "diversity" problem that America has was inflicted not in 1964 or in 1898 but was self-inflicted by your heroic Old White Stock people. It's the gift that just keeps on giving. You should have picked your own damn cotton.

    Now it's true that the situation in Mississippi in 1955 was a working social system of sorts (worked better for whites than for blacks) but it was maintained by a reign of terror. It could only be maintained for so long as blacks were denied their Constitutionally guaranteed right to vote. I agree with you that Till was a idiot (and Bryant and Milam were also idiots) but that's how history works - fools go where angels fear to tread. Even if Till had kept his goddamn mouth shut, the situation in Mississippi was untenable in the long run. Till's death was the last gasp of a dying social system. The handwriting was already on the wall with Brown v. Bd. of Education, decided the previous year.

    Replies: @Alden, @Mike Tre, @Alec Leamas (hard at work), @S, @Moses

    Y’all shoulda thought about that in 1619.

    Who exactly is ‘Y’all’?

    Surely, you know better than to make a blanket statement like that. Its not as though there was a popular vote on the matter at Jamestown. The people weren’t asked. Rather, the first indentured ‘Angolans’ were brought in that year by diktat by a few (at most) of the elite planters and their hangers on.

    The recent British made fairly ‘woke’ Jamestown series rather surprisingly showed what was probably an accurate enough first response by the bulk of the English commoners of the colony to the forced introduction of the Angolans to the colony..ie shock, dismay, and perhaps more than anything, a sense of foreboding.

    The 1965 Immigration Act was sold on the basis of fraud and deception, ie on lies, and very conveniently for its promoters, at a time of major social tumult caused by political assassination (JFK’s) and a war in South-East Asia.

    Having said that, I’m not one of those who blame one group or the other, as I think there is plenty of responsibility to share for the present sad state of affairs.

    In regards to the Anglosphere and slavery, specifically, since the early 17th century in then British North America, there has historically been an ever growing element of the Anglo-Saxon elite and their hangers on, and matasticized now to other Euro and non-Euro groups of course, financially addicted to doing anything (but anything!) than pay the prevailing real time local rates for labor, to more often than not, their very own people, first with chattel slavery, and then via wage slavery, ie so called ‘cheap labor’ acquired by ‘mass immigration’.

    The big failure here, to this very day, is that of the non-exploiting majority not succesfully separating from this historically corrupt (though powerful) chattel and wage slavery addicted minority.

    It certainly doesn’t reflect very well on them that that hasn’t happened.

    Too late now.

    Not for you to decide, though you’re certainly welcome to your opinion. I imagine similar sentiments were routinely expressed by many, Jewish and non-Jewish alike, in the late 19th century about the Jewish people ever acquiring a homeland just for themselves.

    Then 1948 happened.

  74. @Alden
    @Jack D

    As one private school parent to another I hope you agree Brown was a complete disaster for the White race. Why should we pay such a high percentage of our take home income just to keep our kids safe from the jungles of the public school system? Why should Whites who don’t have the money or no nearby private schools have to send our kids to the torture chamber or spend the equivalent of private school tuition on car expenses to get from our safe White haven to the job that supports our commute expenses?

    Much much more than black crime it was Brown that destroyed our great cities. It let loose millions of 6 to 18 year old vicious thugs who did to our cities what Genghis Khan and Tamerlane did to Baghdad and other Mid East central Asian cities.

    Replies: @S

    Considering that in both London and Amsterdam, circa 1605, it was forbidden to bring African slaves into those cities, it should have been made a criminal death penalty offense at Jamestown colony as well.

    Similarly, it was morally criminal in 1865 simply releasing Blacks in the US countryside. They should have been returned to Africa enmasse, their natural home. For Euros, with their recessive genes, separation from sub-Saharan Africans is a critical existential matter. Painful for Blacks, yes, but most of them, with their dominant genes, would survive, for Euros, though, separation is a literal life and death matter.

    From what I can tell, this wasn’t done in 1865 because Northern industrialists, many of the most prominent being textile manufacturers, ideally wanted Blacks to stay in situ on the Southern plantations picking cotton as more profitable and productive wage slaves, ie, as so called ‘cheap labor’. [See the story behind Lawrence ‘Immigrant City’, Massachusetts, and it’s infamous sister city, the ‘abolition center’ of Lawrence, ‘Bleeding’ Kansas, both of whose mid-19th century construction had been financed by the same Lawrence family of Massachusetts textile factory magnates, for further insight on this subject.]

    They ‘cared’ more about their slaves, whether they be chattel or wage, than they cared about their own people, and still do, for the very same reasons.

    • Replies: @Alden
    @S

    I’m familiar with Lawrence Kansas as some ancestors were involved with the Quantrill’s raids situation and went fight back home.

    Here’s what a woman with a MA. degree from University if Virginia told me was taught to her at U VA about the first blacks who arrived in Jamestown. Which was more of a Virginia Company settlement than an official English government settlement at the time.

    First it was a ship with an English speaking Dutch Captain. He told them it was owned by a Dutch Company and was headed for the Dutch colony way north of Jamestown. Not New Amsterdam but “ the Dutch settlement”

    The Dutch arrived in upstate what’s now New York in 1614. A fort trading post around Albany NY. New Amsterdam came later 1625

    The Dutch captain told the Jamestown settlers the Africans were sick and malnourished from the voyage. And could everybody come ashore and rest and eat fresh food and the ship could be cleaned. The settlers agreed.

    So the ship traveled up the river to Henrico, not Jamestown. Where there was a building for travelers and quarantine. Something every European town and especially harbors has at the time.

    The Africans and some sailors stayed in the hospital and rested ate and recovered. No mention of any contagious disease , just sick from the voyage.

    About a month later one morning the settlers woke up. The ship and all the sailors were gone and the Africans were gone. So the settlers allocated land to the blacks and told them to build homes and start hunting and planting.

    The Dutch captain told the settlers upon arrival that the ship bought the Africans in the Portuguese colony of Angola. And the Africans spoke Portuguese Which they did.

    Sounds like those people who used to pass out little packs of 5 cigarettes out in business districts at lunch time. Or cologne in department stores or food samples in supermarkets.

    That’s what she told me. She really did have an MA from UVA.

    Of course Hawkins and other Englishmen were buying in Angola and shipping Africans to Brazil 60, 50 years before the plague ship arrived in Virginia. Drake did it too when he couldn’t find Spanish treasure ships to plunder.

    You’re correct about the insatiable thirst for cheap labor that destroys every country.

    Replies: @Alden, @S

  75. @Jack D
    @AnotherDad

    "diversity is not a strength”

    Y'all shoulda thought about that in 1619. Too late now. You like to blabber endlessly about minoritarianism and the havoc supposedly wreaked by the immigrant Jews and the later post-1964 immigrants but then real "diversity" problem that America has was inflicted not in 1964 or in 1898 but was self-inflicted by your heroic Old White Stock people. It's the gift that just keeps on giving. You should have picked your own damn cotton.

    Now it's true that the situation in Mississippi in 1955 was a working social system of sorts (worked better for whites than for blacks) but it was maintained by a reign of terror. It could only be maintained for so long as blacks were denied their Constitutionally guaranteed right to vote. I agree with you that Till was a idiot (and Bryant and Milam were also idiots) but that's how history works - fools go where angels fear to tread. Even if Till had kept his goddamn mouth shut, the situation in Mississippi was untenable in the long run. Till's death was the last gasp of a dying social system. The handwriting was already on the wall with Brown v. Bd. of Education, decided the previous year.

    Replies: @Alden, @Mike Tre, @Alec Leamas (hard at work), @S, @Moses

    Come on Jack, you know better than this. 1619 or no, America was 90% White until 1965.

    We Jews abhored the 1924 immigration law favoring European immigration. You know, because it was bad for the Jews.

    Emmanuel Celler and Jewish groups were instrumental in opening the non-White floodgates in 1965 after decades of effort. Replacing the White supermajority makes us Jews safer from those scary young White men in Charlottesville carrying tiki torches.

    Claiming as you do that Brown and Hart-Celler really didn’t matter is misleading and disingenuous. You reinforce ugly stereotypes of our people.

    • Thanks: S
  76. @Mike Tre
    @Jack D

    "Y’all shoulda thought about that in 1619. Too late now."

    The whites then had no idea deceitful and duplicitous jewish shysters would teach whites to worship negroes through jewish owned mass media 300 years later. I guess only jews can see the future.

    I imagine if your ancestors had stayed in Eastern Europe where they (didn't) belong, negroes wouldn't be wreaking nearly the amount of carnage they are today.

    And we won't even get into the jewish presence within the trans Atlantic slave trade. I can just imagine Jack's great great great great great grandfather heckling some skeptical southerner about how investing in the negro slave would serve his descendants for centuries to come! I guess you boys really can see the future! LOL

    Replies: @Jack D

    To the extent that Jews were involved in the slave trade (which was not much – there were only a handful of Jews in America before 1808. Even if every last adult male of them had been in the slave trade it wouldn’t have been enough to run that trade), they were Sephardic Jews. German Jews started showing up in the 1840s and my gang (and the gang of the vast majority of American Jews) the Eastern European Jews didn’t appear in large numbers until the late 19th century well after slavery was abolished.

    As for the D family, we arrived during the Truman Administration so I assure you that we had NOTHING to do with slavery.

    And you imagine wrong. You could get rid of every single last Jew in America and blacks would still be a problem.

    • Replies: @Nico
    @Jack D


    You could get rid of every single last Jew in America and blacks would still be a problem.
     
    Without Ashkenazi money and know-how the Israeli lobby and a very large share of P.C. PACs and non-profits as well as the entire entertainment industry would basically cease to exist as we know them, and so therefore would a massive source of economic, legal and cultural pressure to shut up and put up.
  77. Breaking news– well, breaking two months ago: The Guardian has discovered Ásatru! Even more amazing, they have discovered woke Ásatruar:

    Not one person in this report has a Nordic surname.

    • Replies: @Alden
    @Reg Cæsar

    What do you mean by Nordic? German English Scots Irish real Nordic Which is Scandinavian.

  78. @S. Anonyia
    @Wilkey

    Where I live the DOJ/FBI has spent money on erecting 3 humongous billboards off the interstate encouraging motorists to report hate crimes. This is a mid-sized city with barely any racial tensions despite the diversity so it’s hilarious. Have they done this in other cities? I’ve driven around to a few other places within 4-5 hours since I noticed them here, but so far I haven’t seen the signs anywhere else.

    Replies: @Bozo the Clown

    I drive extensively throughout the mid-Atlantic and northeast states. So far I’ve only noticed one of those signs. It’s on the PA turnpike between Philly and the Lehigh Valley. I made note of it because…well, why wouldn’t you?

    • Thanks: S. Anonyia
  79. @Jack D
    @Mike Tre

    To the extent that Jews were involved in the slave trade (which was not much - there were only a handful of Jews in America before 1808. Even if every last adult male of them had been in the slave trade it wouldn't have been enough to run that trade), they were Sephardic Jews. German Jews started showing up in the 1840s and my gang (and the gang of the vast majority of American Jews) the Eastern European Jews didn't appear in large numbers until the late 19th century well after slavery was abolished.

    As for the D family, we arrived during the Truman Administration so I assure you that we had NOTHING to do with slavery.

    And you imagine wrong. You could get rid of every single last Jew in America and blacks would still be a problem.

    Replies: @Nico

    You could get rid of every single last Jew in America and blacks would still be a problem.

    Without Ashkenazi money and know-how the Israeli lobby and a very large share of P.C. PACs and non-profits as well as the entire entertainment industry would basically cease to exist as we know them, and so therefore would a massive source of economic, legal and cultural pressure to shut up and put up.

  80. @res
    @Hibernian

    I think that is the point of the Louis Till retcon. Can't have facts inconvenient to The Narrative lying about uncontested.

    Replies: @Alden, @Dani

    I absolutely agree with you. I was horrified ENOUGH about 4 years ago when I came upon an odd YouTube video that was essentially a brief telling of the story – small channel, not some big, questionable one. At this point, I could see the story was changing and I knew why. When I saw this story headlining on ABC News online a couple of days ago, it made me sick and I did not want to read it but I had to – I KNEW it was going to change again…and of course, it did!
    What I really wasn’t prepared for was the comments section I wish I hadn’t taken a peek at. This is just as bad, if not worse, than the CRAP they pulled last June with the “Tulsa MASSACRE”, another story that came out of nowhere a couple of years ago and they sure had it polished up real good with shinola shine in time for the big RIDICULOUS spectacle for the “anniversary”, replete with “survivor” – yeah, angry, jealous White men destroyed “Black wall street” – and the Easter bunny delivers eggs and Santa delivers toys. These bastards are continually creating as dangerous an environment for average, decent, White folk as possible and we are already reaping the rewards – though nobody will really know because REAL crime doesn’t get mainstream media attention….EVER, certainly not when it involves black on white VICIOUS, VIOLENT CRIME, and it happens EVERY day.
    I am realizing how naïve I’ve been all my life – black people really hate White people and it is only now through this disgusting propaganda they keep hurling out that we are really seeing this! Everything they are INTENTIONALLY using to create white-hatred by blacks is FABRICATED, and in some cases, WHITES suffered – this is all so out of control now it can’t continue.
    Read the comment sections for these FALSE STORIES, you will be as disturbed as I’ve been.

    • Agree: profnasty
  81. The Till family home is an historical site. What’s the history of the father who lived there?

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @Fran Macadam

    He was lynched by white soldiers while fighting Nazis for an America that did not appreciate him. Very sad case, not unlike his son's.

    Replies: @Alden

  82. @Art Deco
    @Johann Ricke

    The official responsible is named Lyn Redington

    https://apnews.com/article/iowa-lawsuits-iowa-city-courts-freedom-of-speech-bbea5654ca36da84095c8448737ccc1d

    She's not black.

    https://bloximages.chicago2.vip.townnews.com/idahostatejournal.com/content/tncms/assets/v3/editorial/b/b6/bb61fc76-6f47-50bd-81fa-7f015bb63802/5a5f9cf764729.image.jpg?resize=400%2C500

    Replies: @Cloudbuster

    The article you quote does not in any way establish that Redington is the person responsible, only that she has qualified immunity.

    Meanwhile, in the original article, Shivers is actually one of the named defendants:

    “The court found that the university and the named defendants — including then-UI President Bruce Harreld and then-UI Vice President of Student Life Melissa Shivers — ‘turned a blind eye to decades of First Amendment jurisprudence or they proceeded full speed ahead knowing they were violating the law.’”

  83. @Alden
    @JimDandy

    It was the Lakeview part of the north side. Very posh neighborhood right on the lake beach and park. Beautiful 1870 to 1930 brick buildings. Parks trees gorgeous Another wonderful big city neighborhood destroyed by the Black Plague. Obama operative Chicago former mayor, White hating Rahm Emmanuel lived there. His teen son was robbed and roughed up by some black kids.

    All that wonderful subway bus light rail system. Makes it easy for the predators to find their prey.

    Replies: @JimDandy, @Brutusale, @Bill Jones

    All that wonderful subway bus light rail system. Makes it easy for the predators to find their prey.

    Works for me.

  84. @Fran Macadam
    The Till family home is an historical site. What's the history of the father who lived there?

    Replies: @Jack D

    He was lynched by white soldiers while fighting Nazis for an America that did not appreciate him. Very sad case, not unlike his son’s.

    • LOL: Johann Ricke
    • Replies: @Alden
    @Jack D

    The father Till was not lynched by White soldiers. He was court martialed and found guilty of murdering one of his rape victims. And executed as other soldiers guilty of murder were. Not lynched.

    Thousands of French woman in NW France were raped by American black soldiers in 1944 and 1945 .

    I can understand you believing every sad tale told about Jews being abused for the last 5,000 years. But you live near Philadelphia. So you are all too familiar with black behavior. How can you believe Louis? Till pere was lynched instead of court martialed and found guilty after a fair trial?

  85. @AnotherDad
    @Anon

    Tyson's just another minoritarian liar. (He has no tape, he has no transcript, Carolyn Bryant Donham's escort denies she said any of it.) Par for the course. Lying is the minoritarian bread and butter, because
    -- it's a stupid, illogical, immoral ideology
    -- reality is contrary to their narrative.

    No one knows exactly what took place between Till and Carolyn Bryant--no one else was there. (Her sister in law was in the back.) Carolyn Bryant testified at trial the Till grabbed her hand, tried to sweet talk her, then followed her and grabbed her waist.

    But whatever the specifics Carolyn Bryant ran out of the store to her car to get her gun. And Till's cousins were alarmed, grabbed him to get the heck outta there.

    The context: There was social system, with a code of behavior that allowed the Bryants to operate a country store out in the boonies--and have Carolyn Bryant out there tending it. (Conditions modern people do not understand--no phone, no 911, ergo no police response.) Till shat all over those norms. His behavior would make it impossible for the Bryants to operate such a store.

    My rough take as a "damn yankee":
    Tills violation of these social norms would require his getting his ass kicked. His Aunt--about the only sensible person--wanted to just put his ass on the train immediately. His Uncle thought he could work it out and offered--i believe--to set Till straight himself. Bryant and his half brother Milam, and a couple black guys that worked for them, apparently gave Till a vicious beating.

    Unfortunately--for Till and the rest of us--Till was such an unapologetic dick, and Bryant and Milam also dicks, not the most intelligent/sensible, that they escalated to murder.

    No one approved of this. The jury didn't convict because of "racism"--for some sure. But fundamentally because convicting--and sentencing Bryant and Milam to life imprisonment or death--would have been a blow to this same social order required for civilized life with "diversity". But Bryant and Milam were reviled for violating the norms, offending racial relations, bringing the town into disrepute, and i believe left town.

    Of course the "elite" media were incapable of outlining any of this. Instead they peddled another minoritarian parable of the evil white gentiles endless oppressing innocent virtuous minorities. One personal sexual affront/murder in a nation of 175 million, huffed and puffed endlessly for going on 66 years ... because they have so little else.

    Yet, if there's an actual "lesson" in Emmett Till's murder: "diversity is not a strength".

    Replies: @Boomthorkell, @Jack D, @Nicholas Stix

    My understanding is that he not only put his hands on her, but demanded sex in the lewdest possible manner. He was his father’s son, alright.

    “The Story of Emmett Till: Facts vs. Racist Fairy Tales”
    https://nicholasstixuncensored.blogspot.com/2021/07/the-story-of-emmett-till-facts-vs.html

    • Thanks: Alden
  86. @S
    @Alden

    Considering that in both London and Amsterdam, circa 1605, it was forbidden to bring African slaves into those cities, it should have been made a criminal death penalty offense at Jamestown colony as well.

    Similarly, it was morally criminal in 1865 simply releasing Blacks in the US countryside. They should have been returned to Africa enmasse, their natural home. For Euros, with their recessive genes, separation from sub-Saharan Africans is a critical existential matter. Painful for Blacks, yes, but most of them, with their dominant genes, would survive, for Euros, though, separation is a literal life and death matter.

    From what I can tell, this wasn't done in 1865 because Northern industrialists, many of the most prominent being textile manufacturers, ideally wanted Blacks to stay in situ on the Southern plantations picking cotton as more profitable and productive wage slaves, ie, as so called 'cheap labor'. [See the story behind Lawrence 'Immigrant City', Massachusetts, and it's infamous sister city, the 'abolition center' of Lawrence, 'Bleeding' Kansas, both of whose mid-19th century construction had been financed by the same Lawrence family of Massachusetts textile factory magnates, for further insight on this subject.]

    They 'cared' more about their slaves, whether they be chattel or wage, than they cared about their own people, and still do, for the very same reasons.

    Replies: @Alden

    I’m familiar with Lawrence Kansas as some ancestors were involved with the Quantrill’s raids situation and went fight back home.

    Here’s what a woman with a MA. degree from University if Virginia told me was taught to her at U VA about the first blacks who arrived in Jamestown. Which was more of a Virginia Company settlement than an official English government settlement at the time.

    First it was a ship with an English speaking Dutch Captain. He told them it was owned by a Dutch Company and was headed for the Dutch colony way north of Jamestown. Not New Amsterdam but “ the Dutch settlement”

    The Dutch arrived in upstate what’s now New York in 1614. A fort trading post around Albany NY. New Amsterdam came later 1625

    The Dutch captain told the Jamestown settlers the Africans were sick and malnourished from the voyage. And could everybody come ashore and rest and eat fresh food and the ship could be cleaned. The settlers agreed.

    So the ship traveled up the river to Henrico, not Jamestown. Where there was a building for travelers and quarantine. Something every European town and especially harbors has at the time.

    The Africans and some sailors stayed in the hospital and rested ate and recovered. No mention of any contagious disease , just sick from the voyage.

    About a month later one morning the settlers woke up. The ship and all the sailors were gone and the Africans were gone. So the settlers allocated land to the blacks and told them to build homes and start hunting and planting.

    The Dutch captain told the settlers upon arrival that the ship bought the Africans in the Portuguese colony of Angola. And the Africans spoke Portuguese Which they did.

    Sounds like those people who used to pass out little packs of 5 cigarettes out in business districts at lunch time. Or cologne in department stores or food samples in supermarkets.

    That’s what she told me. She really did have an MA from UVA.

    Of course Hawkins and other Englishmen were buying in Angola and shipping Africans to Brazil 60, 50 years before the plague ship arrived in Virginia. Drake did it too when he couldn’t find Spanish treasure ships to plunder.

    You’re correct about the insatiable thirst for cheap labor that destroys every country.

    • Thanks: S
    • Replies: @Alden
    @Alden

    Ship and sailors were gone Africans were left. My spell check it something often writes words before I do. I should disable it.

    , @S
    @Alden


    Sounds like those people who used to pass out little packs of 5 cigarettes out in business districts at lunch time. Or cologne in department stores or food samples in supermarkets.
     
    Thats an interesting angle of what may in part have exactly occurred at Jamestown in 1619.

    The amoral slave dealers being like the drug dealers who give out free (or low cost) 'hits' as 'samples' in the hopes of hooking a prospective customer on whatever deadly addictive drug they sell. In this case the 'drug' being chattel slaves, and later the exact same dynamic applying to the even more malignant and deadly drug of wage slavery, ie so called 'cheap labor'. [I say so 'so called' as I see the term 'cheap labor' being a historic term of propaganda to sell people on poison, just as I see the terms 'racist' and 'racism' as being.]

    You’re correct about the insatiable thirst for cheap labor that destroys every country.
     
    Slavery, whether chattel or wage, destroys everything, and makes peoplehood all but impossible. The Amish, as imperfect as they might be, set a good example by doing all their own work.
  87. @Jack D
    @Fran Macadam

    He was lynched by white soldiers while fighting Nazis for an America that did not appreciate him. Very sad case, not unlike his son's.

    Replies: @Alden

    The father Till was not lynched by White soldiers. He was court martialed and found guilty of murdering one of his rape victims. And executed as other soldiers guilty of murder were. Not lynched.

    Thousands of French woman in NW France were raped by American black soldiers in 1944 and 1945 .

    I can understand you believing every sad tale told about Jews being abused for the last 5,000 years. But you live near Philadelphia. So you are all too familiar with black behavior. How can you believe Louis? Till pere was lynched instead of court martialed and found guilty after a fair trial?

  88. @Alden
    @S

    I’m familiar with Lawrence Kansas as some ancestors were involved with the Quantrill’s raids situation and went fight back home.

    Here’s what a woman with a MA. degree from University if Virginia told me was taught to her at U VA about the first blacks who arrived in Jamestown. Which was more of a Virginia Company settlement than an official English government settlement at the time.

    First it was a ship with an English speaking Dutch Captain. He told them it was owned by a Dutch Company and was headed for the Dutch colony way north of Jamestown. Not New Amsterdam but “ the Dutch settlement”

    The Dutch arrived in upstate what’s now New York in 1614. A fort trading post around Albany NY. New Amsterdam came later 1625

    The Dutch captain told the Jamestown settlers the Africans were sick and malnourished from the voyage. And could everybody come ashore and rest and eat fresh food and the ship could be cleaned. The settlers agreed.

    So the ship traveled up the river to Henrico, not Jamestown. Where there was a building for travelers and quarantine. Something every European town and especially harbors has at the time.

    The Africans and some sailors stayed in the hospital and rested ate and recovered. No mention of any contagious disease , just sick from the voyage.

    About a month later one morning the settlers woke up. The ship and all the sailors were gone and the Africans were gone. So the settlers allocated land to the blacks and told them to build homes and start hunting and planting.

    The Dutch captain told the settlers upon arrival that the ship bought the Africans in the Portuguese colony of Angola. And the Africans spoke Portuguese Which they did.

    Sounds like those people who used to pass out little packs of 5 cigarettes out in business districts at lunch time. Or cologne in department stores or food samples in supermarkets.

    That’s what she told me. She really did have an MA from UVA.

    Of course Hawkins and other Englishmen were buying in Angola and shipping Africans to Brazil 60, 50 years before the plague ship arrived in Virginia. Drake did it too when he couldn’t find Spanish treasure ships to plunder.

    You’re correct about the insatiable thirst for cheap labor that destroys every country.

    Replies: @Alden, @S

    Ship and sailors were gone Africans were left. My spell check it something often writes words before I do. I should disable it.

  89. @Reg Cæsar
    Breaking news-- well, breaking two months ago: The Guardian has discovered Ásatru! Even more amazing, they have discovered woke Ásatruar:


    https://youtu.be/jOfUz-4sg1U


    Not one person in this report has a Nordic surname.

    Replies: @Alden

    What do you mean by Nordic? German English Scots Irish real Nordic Which is Scandinavian.

  90. @Alden
    @S

    I’m familiar with Lawrence Kansas as some ancestors were involved with the Quantrill’s raids situation and went fight back home.

    Here’s what a woman with a MA. degree from University if Virginia told me was taught to her at U VA about the first blacks who arrived in Jamestown. Which was more of a Virginia Company settlement than an official English government settlement at the time.

    First it was a ship with an English speaking Dutch Captain. He told them it was owned by a Dutch Company and was headed for the Dutch colony way north of Jamestown. Not New Amsterdam but “ the Dutch settlement”

    The Dutch arrived in upstate what’s now New York in 1614. A fort trading post around Albany NY. New Amsterdam came later 1625

    The Dutch captain told the Jamestown settlers the Africans were sick and malnourished from the voyage. And could everybody come ashore and rest and eat fresh food and the ship could be cleaned. The settlers agreed.

    So the ship traveled up the river to Henrico, not Jamestown. Where there was a building for travelers and quarantine. Something every European town and especially harbors has at the time.

    The Africans and some sailors stayed in the hospital and rested ate and recovered. No mention of any contagious disease , just sick from the voyage.

    About a month later one morning the settlers woke up. The ship and all the sailors were gone and the Africans were gone. So the settlers allocated land to the blacks and told them to build homes and start hunting and planting.

    The Dutch captain told the settlers upon arrival that the ship bought the Africans in the Portuguese colony of Angola. And the Africans spoke Portuguese Which they did.

    Sounds like those people who used to pass out little packs of 5 cigarettes out in business districts at lunch time. Or cologne in department stores or food samples in supermarkets.

    That’s what she told me. She really did have an MA from UVA.

    Of course Hawkins and other Englishmen were buying in Angola and shipping Africans to Brazil 60, 50 years before the plague ship arrived in Virginia. Drake did it too when he couldn’t find Spanish treasure ships to plunder.

    You’re correct about the insatiable thirst for cheap labor that destroys every country.

    Replies: @Alden, @S

    Sounds like those people who used to pass out little packs of 5 cigarettes out in business districts at lunch time. Or cologne in department stores or food samples in supermarkets.

    Thats an interesting angle of what may in part have exactly occurred at Jamestown in 1619.

    The amoral slave dealers being like the drug dealers who give out free (or low cost) ‘hits’ as ‘samples’ in the hopes of hooking a prospective customer on whatever deadly addictive drug they sell. In this case the ‘drug’ being chattel slaves, and later the exact same dynamic applying to the even more malignant and deadly drug of wage slavery, ie so called ‘cheap labor’. [I say so ‘so called’ as I see the term ‘cheap labor’ being a historic term of propaganda to sell people on poison, just as I see the terms ‘racist’ and ‘racism’ as being.]

    You’re correct about the insatiable thirst for cheap labor that destroys every country.

    Slavery, whether chattel or wage, destroys everything, and makes peoplehood all but impossible. The Amish, as imperfect as they might be, set a good example by doing all their own work.

  91. @Alec Leamas (hard at work)
    @Emil Nikola Richard


    There are a good number of NFL players with Corona. Presumably they are nearly all vaccinated. Does anybody have access to the stats of number of cases in 2020 versus 2021? My impression is there are more this year but I would be very interested in these numbers which are going to be the best we get albeit the N ain’t great.
     
    I was listening to a handicapper show over the weekend. One guy's take was that the Antonio Brown fake vaccination card imbroglio was the tip of an iceberg, and that loads more NFL players have submitted similarly false proofs of vaccination and are unvaccinated, which of course could lead to a massive wave of suspensions as the playoff picture is getting set. Of course, the NFL could decide that discretion is the better part of valor and actively ignore such a disaster in order not to allow it to turn into a catastrophe.

    Replies: @Emil Nikola Richard

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