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From CBS News:

I promise not to post my banana bread recipe. I shall only post about the Peaceful Protesters, such as this video of Peaceful Protesters protesting peacefully by curbstomping racism.

At the end of the video, the man who got curbstomped by Black Lives Matter enthusiasts appears to be resting in peace, so this was “mostly peaceful,” as The Megaphone likes to say.

I can’t find anything online about this beating. The setting looks like the famous Mission Inn in Riverside. The non-blacks who seem concerned are holding signs saying things like “I can’t breathe,” so this appears to be part of the ongoing George Floyd Riots. If you know more facts, let us know in the Comments.

 
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  1. J.Ross says:

    I can now reveal that our leader in the boogaloo is a man we refer to as “the godfather.” We use dog whistle racist code words to exchange secret domestic terrorism commands with him, such as pointing out that he “doesn’t take no #%@$” (“shoot up a gay club”), that he is “death on angel dust” (“distribute powerful narcotics to confused trans Muslim youth”), or that he is “clean to the bone” (“shoot white mourners in a vet graveyard — but keep it secret from the media”). The godfather’s headquarters is designated “the disco” or “Blueberry Hill.” Just before an attack he admonishes us to not allow insufficiently heavy items to become windborne.

  2. syonredux says:

    More statues coming down….

    Texas Ranger Statue Removed At Dallas Love Field

    https://dfw.cbslocal.com/2020/06/04/texas-ranger-statue-removed-dallas-love-field/

    Frank Rizzo Statue Is Removed In Philadelphia: ‘It Is Finally Gone,’ Mayor Says

    https://www.npr.org/2020/06/03/868848550/frank-rizzo-statue-is-removed-in-philadelphia-it-is-finally-gone-mayor-says

  3. Jesse says:

    It’s amazing that they’re doing this in an election year. Almost…ballsy.

    Something I’ve been wondering: the cheerleaders are obviously engaging in intra white warfare. But on the ground, how many of the antifa types are mentally ill rejects from white society, trying desperately to find community with another race. It would definitely fit in with older blacks’ nervousness that white people wanting to hang with them – are they getting our losers?

    The younger blacks seem to have similar intraracial dynamics to young whites – a lot of them, up to quite recently would always make a point of mentioning their “white friends”, to show their cosmopolitanism relative to whoever’s closest.

    So – stay with me here – how much of the new rage is to do with constantly being subjected to disingenuous whites in power on one end, and our detritus on the other? It wouldn’t make for good race relations, regardless of whether or not they realize that most whites aren’t like that.

  4. Call me a monster, but I’m just drinking a Budweiser.

    • Replies: @Kibernetika
    , @Pheasant
  5. 216 says:

    Look, it may fall on deaf ears.

    But this is why we need Twitter to be Nationalized.

    If this leftist violence can be freely shared, Neo Nazis have just as much right to poast the most vile things in response.

    • Replies: @Franz
  6. Thea says:

    How did the the American Democrats amass such power that foreign leaders like Trudeau do their bidding? Why does the queen of Norway feel the need to speak about a policing event In Minneapolis? Why do protestors in London even care about this?

    Why emulate anything about American culture let alone this groveling to our basest elements? American should be losing influence and ignored as a role model. Yet people who could be free from our mess are actively embracing it.

  7. Liberals give cover to these violent thugs.

    But who gives cover to the liberals?

    I think it’s those who praise anti-American, anti-White celebrities like Tom Hanks and John Prine. It’s otherwise rational guys who think hipster Whites are really kinda groovy.

    It’s guys like Bloomberg who is a rational liberal in his own way and supported free speech, but then brings all his Leftist associates onboard to terrorize the rest of us. It’s certainly the Bush family who are more comfortable with liberals than conservatives.

    • Replies: @stillCARealist
    , @S
  8. Savage attack by savages. Their moms would be so sad to see this video. Beating some random white guy when they could be “shopping” for some extensions for her.

    • Agree: Dtbb
  9. 2020 has now taken its place the looniest year since they’ve been keeping track of years.

  10. @Kibernetika

    Should add that I’m armed.

    • Replies: @SunBakedSuburb
  11. Thomas says:

    The ridiculous trope of “white fragility” is inverted exactly 180 degrees from reality. It isn’t white people who are fragile. Whites are silent because they’re forbidden to say anything that might bruise the fragile egos of blacks. Doing so today is taboo, a serious breach of social mores that can destroy a white person’s social standing. It’s increasingly being treated and investigated as a de facto criminal offense now.

    Silence is what whites are offering in lieu of saying everything we’re not allowed to say. Before long, whites probably won’t even be allowed that much. Increasingly ostentatious public rituals intended to salve the wounded feelings of blacks and atone for the sins of whites will become obligatory for any white American who wants to be seen as a good, upstanding person. We’re all living in the Democratic People’s Republic of Wokeorea now, and we must all worship and celebrate our 42 million Dear Leaders at every opportunity.

    • Agree: jim jones
    • Replies: @Moses
    , @Single malt
  12. it is not going unnoticed

    Just love these veiled threats the MSM keep delivering to white people.

    But perhaps they have a point. A quick scan of the aforementioned selfies and pictures of food show that a number of them show white people who are not literally on their knees. What’s up with that? Yeah, we notice all right.

    • Replies: @vhrm
  13. TinyDuck says:

    1. Monuments to Confederate soldiers and other veterans are being destroyed.

    2. Protesting continues.

    3. All business has released statements in support of anti-racism and is going to donate money

    4. Celebrities are supporting Black Lives Matter and apologizing if they do not

    5. white girls are kneeling to Men of Color when asked

    6. white people are being fired from jobs for being racist

    7. police departments are being reformed

    8. All sports leagues are apologizing for racism and going all in on anti-racism

    9. white children are publicly castigating there parents and all but disowning them for racism

    10. the evil of white supremacy is being discussed on mainstream media

    We, the progressive and anti-racist, are winning in a blowout and will make more changes. I expect major restrictions on firearms and hate speech laws with teeth. Your time is over. Diversity and progress and goodness is the future.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @John Johnson
  14. RudyM says:

  15. @Thea

    Because this is a religious revival and the foreigners are also true believers. No different than people in Morocco or Indonesia facing towards Mecca when they pray.

    • Agree: Kyle
    • Replies: @Abe
    , @Thea
    , @Reg Cæsar
  16. Anonymous[433] • Disclaimer says:
    @TinyDuck

    Can you say Habor-Bosch?

  17. So now if you have any form of social media and don’t post about this, you WILL be judged, you WILL be excluded from future opportunities. Silence means violence means complicity in white supremacy and racism. You must publicly support BLM or you will be marked as a dissenter. 1984 inches ever closer.

    • Replies: @Mr McKenna
    , @Carol
    , @TomSchmidt
  18. Costa says:

    I’m from Brazil and I’ve read at least two articles from our biggest news outlet sadly questioning Why oh why aren’t these riots taking place here as well

    • LOL: S. Anonyia
    • Replies: @Alfa158
  19. J.Ross says:

    Good thing Jeff Bezos smeared a Black Lives Matter banner on Amazon dot com!

    https://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory/fire-destroys-southern-california-warehouse-linked-amazon-71096230

    Redlands City Manager Charles M. Duggan Jr. told Fox 11 news there was no connection to the demonstrations over the death of George Floyd.

    “It is definitely not protest-related. Something happened on the inside of the building that ignited the fire,” he said.

    Based on this statement alone I suspect that this was related to the demonstrations over the death of a man who held a loaded gun to a pregnant woman’s belly, although the admission might not come out for months.

    • Replies: @a guy named me
  20. Anonymous[344] • Disclaimer says:

    Interesting that in that clip just one of the many attackers appears to be non-black, while all of the people sheltering the victim appear SE Asian or maybe hispanic.

  21. Kaz says:
    @Thea

    Shit like this really makes it hard to keep my nationalist narcissism in check. It’s like America is the only country in the world that matters..

  22. Anonymous[534] • Disclaimer says:

    Yeah, um, look, CBS, I’m still kinda busy dealing with my personal situation regarding the Holocough thing. You know, the Chinese Sneeze — that’s still a thing, right? So when I get that figured out, I will direct my attention to…what is it now? N-words behaving badly? Again. Like isn’t that always a thing? Okay, when I get a chance I will fake caring about it.
    Oh, by the way, I never watch CBS because somebody once told me that CBS stands for…oh, you don’t want to know. Really, you don’t.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  23. Moses says:
    @Thomas

    Increasingly ostentatious public rituals intended to salve the wounded feelings of blacks and atone for the sins of whites will become obligatory for any white American who wants to be seen as a good, upstanding person.

    Just saw a totally over the top FB post from a college friend who is a senior muckity-muck at some big private equity firm.

    He’s the Whitest man ever, blond hair golden boy country club White.

    His post read like it was written by the SPLC — “I rarely post on on FB, but feel I must speak out against racist racist-y racism against Black bodies…” etc etc.

    He says they will have “conversations again” with their 3 uber-White children about their privilege. Their family “has a responsibility” to “use their privilege” to donate to BLM, SPLC, United Negro College Fund (or something).

    He ends the post by linking to BLM, SPLC et al.

    Jesus H Christ!

    It had all the markings of a coerced public confession.

    I immediately looked up his private equity firm.

    Yep – Black founder, Indian co-founder (although holy cow this Indian dude looks White, I thought he was Spanish or something until I read his bio).

    Reminded me why I started my own business. Being a highly paid but owned slave is like having your balls in a jar. It’s no way for a man to live.

    He probably felt he had to do it. Absence of fealty to BLM is a career ending move in Corporate America these days.

  24. Wilkey says:

    If ever you have thoughts of anything else, or of speaking your mind on the subject, you can’t go wrong just remembering the 50s song by The Coasters:

    Blackety yak,

    Don’t talk back.

  25. @Jesse

    ‘It hurts my heart to see this’: Two black women implore people to stop the ‘white guilt’ kneeling

    https://www.bizpacreview.com/2020/06/05/it-hurts-my-heart-to-see-this-two-black-women-implore-people-to-stop-the-white-guilt-kneeling-930541

    Didn’t watch the video, but read the article and by the end it gets so ‘edgy’ as to mention black-on-black violence!! (Black-on-white violence? That doesn’t even exist, racist.)

    • Replies: @Stephen Dodge
  26. @Thea

    Europeans and Anzac types view America as a dangerous police state that needs a good shaming every now and then to remind it of its sins. But — when they need military help, this dangerous police state should come running to help them, no questions asked. And don’t mention their sins! They have none.

    • Replies: @dimples
    , @Reg Cæsar
  27. nebulafox says:

    Chill. Lay back. Have a beer or two or three. Crack open or, if you are drunk enough, listen to some classical literature.

    Detach yourself. You will float to a realm beyond race.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  28. @DextersLabRat

    Yes, and mark my words, the BLM yard signs are coming right behind. If you don’t have a big one in your front yard, expect a home invasion or firebombing or sniper fire soon.

    Bumper sticker on your car, arm band, sign on your desk at work, internet .sig, and on and on. It’s coming.

    • Replies: @Alden
    , @AceDeuce
  29. Anonymous[186] • Disclaimer says:

    Batty grandma was damned lucky there were enough white people around to save her life:

  30. In light of this tweet, I was thinking of posting a pic of my portfolio on IG after today’s rally. Would that bug them?

  31. Anonymous[186] • Disclaimer says:
    @nebulafox

    Chill. Lay back. Have a beer or two or three. Crack open or, if you are drunk enough, listen to some classical literature.

    Detach yourself. You will float to a realm beyond race

    But what if I’m different? What if I’m not a functional alcoholic who’s given up on himself?

  32. vhrm says:
    @Mr McKenna

    I scrolled through all the replies that Twitter would show me (a few hundred) and there was one (1) supportive one.

    The rest were pictures of food and a few of dogs eating ice cream. And a couple of memes about totalitarianism.

    i think it’s fair to say they struck out with this one. Maybe there IS a limit to how much BS people will take?

    • Replies: @Ron Mexico
  33. Carol says:
    @DextersLabRat

    Au contraire, I’m going to start tweeting cat pics. I just need to find the relevant hashtags.

    • Replies: @Charlotte
  34. Abe says:
    @415 reasons

    pictures of food on social media as if nothing is wrong — and it is not going unnoticed

    On your permanent record! It’s not enough to shut up and stifle your own voice for fear of the PC mob. You must actively- madly, truly, deeply- embrace the orthodoxy or you’ll never work in this town again!

    Because this is a religious revival and the foreigners are also true believers.

    Which is why I broached my (not very warmly received, admittedly) idea of adopting a stance of benign, bemused heterodoxy in another thread.

    “Thanks, but no thanks. I’ll take a pass on kneeling in solidarity for Black Live Matter. Black people are obviously very important to you, but I am not that Afrocentric. Please do not push your beliefs on me.”

    • Agree: Thea
    • Replies: @Mr McKenna
  35. @syonredux

    Texas Ranger Statue Removed At Dallas Love Field

    Where are all those badass Texans now? Huh?

    • Replies: @Sean c
    , @anon
  36. J.Ross says:

    I can now reveal that our nefarious next step in the boogaloo is to apply our awful forbidden genetic knowledge in the creation of an army of robot monsters, robot monsters who have got asteroids, robot monsters which can be summoned to a dance floor via a sort of public address system, robot monsters programmed to satisfy you and all of your physical needs. The catch is that, to avoid dependence on compromised energy sources, they must be wound up.

  37. @Mr McKenna

    I like black people just as much as I like white people.

    My advice to black people, not that any black or white people ever ask me for my opinion, is to think about how much money Little Richard made off of crappy electronic versions of the Mississippi blues, and then think about how much money the Beatles made off that kind of music (granted, the Beatles also made money off of old white music – music hall, big band music, popular dance band 50s music and so on). (the point is, Little Richard was at best a guy with a few hundred thousand in the bank, the Beatles were quadri-billionaires).

    Bear with me for a second. My point is that hating on other races is not something that only black people can do. Other races can do it, and there is a good chance they will make more off of it than black people ever did.

    What black people (and people like me who care about black people) really really do not want to happen is for white people to see how much fun soulless black people are having easily hating on white people, followed by the easy realization (by white people) that it is just as much fun for soulless white people to easily hate on black people. But black people expressing constant hatred for white people is something that might cause this to occur. Foolishness!

    And yes, I am sincere. What I want to happen is for people to realize – and right now it is mostly black people and condescending white people that need to realize it – that there is no such thing as collective guilt…..and to claim that there is any collective guilt in a decent country like America is poison to the soul. There is something evil about criticizing people for enjoying life and ignoring politics. Do not go down that road, ever.

  38. Anonymous[860] • Disclaimer says:

    Check this out, Steve. Maybe citizenism has a chance after all…

  39. https://twitter.com/mattpyglesias/photo

    There was a dust up in the last 48 hours on Twitter where Matthew Yglesias briefly implied that he was speaking truth to power and challenging the group think, censorious forces that dominate new media. A brief, brief glimpse.

    Yglesias’ embrace of the one billion Americans goal and his inherent weirdness means that he might never be one of us, but his high intelligence and general autism means that in the end, he will never be quite one of them.

    We can take some solace in that.

  40. @Jesse

    Watched a video from one of the protests/memorials today. They had a DJ, breakdance floor, and the masses were doing “the wobble” as a group. Lots of weird looking Androgynous/fat/pale “Antifa” looking whites were letting loose.

    Maybe some of the loser whites out there are seeing a chance to party they never had, lol.

    • Replies: @nebulafox
  41. fnn says:

    It’s a color revolution:

    A friend sent me this:“What is happening in America is a classic CIA color revolution. All of these revolutions end with the leader being removed during a night of massive rioting. It is pretty obvious that Antifa is a government operation.” Cc:@realDonaldTrump https://t.co/DMCI0UO7fu— Jason Kessler (@TheMadDimension) June 5, 2020

    • Replies: @Corn
  42. Lurker says:
    @Thea

    Why do protestors in London even care about this?

    British MSM in the last few days: Orange Man Bad, BLM saints, everyone is angry [and so should you be] blah blah blah.

    The essential message, as always, everyone is against Trump, everyone hates the racist police.

    Although, since everyone feels that way, they don’t explain the contradiction – how was Trump was elected? Or indeed how the police manage to recruit anyone. Or indeed why millions of PoC want to come to the US only to be mass-murdered and oppressed.

  43. Elli says:

    A bit O.T.:

    It is possible that George Floyd may have had a rare reaction to fentanyl, skeletal muscle and chest wall rigidity.

    The rigidity might explain his apparent resistance to getting out of or being removed from the car with his friends, his odd gait, the stiff way he sat down against the wall.

    The chest wall rigidity (wooden chest) makes breathing difficult to impossible. Air hunger as opposed to the usual opiate overdose when the respiratory center doesn’t feel the need to breathe.

    The police on the scene spoke of excited delirium. Floyd seemed confused, he seemed to resist, although more passively than actively, not striking out in any released video. In that light, their initial actions were by the book, restrain, wait for the paramedics to show up with sedation.

    Keeping a man in prone restraint when he can’t breathe well, pressing down on him, not good. Not taking action when he went unresponsive, horrific.

    Many people in excited delirium are aggressive. Floyd was not, as far as we know. He was very big and strong and seeming resistance gets interpreted as threat. The cops made a diagnosis, got tunnel vision.

    Could fentanyl induced rigidity be ruled out by post mortem testing, depending on the metabolites, how much earlier Floyd took it?

    Anyway, it has potential for the defense, and maybe for a whole new spate of riots.

    https://www.lawofficer.com/minneapolis-disaster/

  44. Redman says:

    Not sure. But this Twitter account seems to be blocked now. Tried googling it and still couldn’t open it.

  45. Anonymous[415] • Disclaimer says:

    The frail old man who was pushed down (smacked his head on concrete) by the two cops in Buffalo —– he was collecting intel!

    Video clearly shows him scanning both cops’ equipment with his phone or some other device in his hand.

    Media is ignoring this bad behavior. The old fart is not so innocent. Tweet this info out …. watch the video full screen mode and see the obvious data collection attempt.

    • Replies: @Alden
    , @Chris Mallory
  46. @Moses

    There are plenty of companies where this wouldn’t have been required. His fault for choosing to work for a black founder in the age of BLM.

  47. @DextersLabRat

    I don’t understand why anyone would use Twitter. It seems to lead to disaster for people eventually.

    • Agree: William Badwhite
  48. @Anonymous

    She would have been murdered. The feral negro was about to grab the bat, it would’ve been five seconds before that bat met her skull. A white traitor also tried to pull her legs (!) at one point. That white guy who put his arms around her is a hero, even if he’s on the side of the protestors. His sense of morality kicked in and he saved her life, he probably saw his own grandma in her. Spread this video far and wide, I think it has potential to activate something in white people’s minds. Everybody loves their grandma and perhaps the line of diversity is drawn at the possibility of your grandma brutally bludgeoned to death by feral Africans and their Antifa buddies.

    • Replies: @Mr McKenna
  49. I agree. Black lives matter.

    Just not to me.

  50. @Jesse

    You raise a really good question. The weirdo white “allies” must confuse and creep out a lot of black people. I think most black people know these white folks are either a bit “off,” or are seized by a form of religious delirium.

    But they figure: “what the hell, if they want to bow down and worship me as an infallible God, I’ll see what I can get out of it.”

    Sort of like the way the natives worship the Sean Connery character in the movie version of “The Man Who Would be King.”

  51. dimples says:
    @Bragadocious

    But don’t forget when they need the military help you can bet that the war was started under the table by Americans in the first place. It’s tough being a vassal state to a looney bin!

    • Replies: @Bragadocious
    , @Thea
  52. @Clifford Brown

    I like his fake smile in the pic you posted.

    It indicates he’s trying to process the fact that his politics guarantee he’s going to spend the rest of his life on his knees servicing BBC.

  53. @syonredux

    Me and Larry McMurtry are seriously pissed off about this.

  54. @Thea

    Thea, without borders you would still need the rule of law and therefore a ruling class=Trudeau.

  55. @Anonymous

    It takes a village of black men to attack an old white lady.

  56. @Moses

    Moses, tell your college friend that if he is really serious, he should hand his three children over to some black people to raise. I am serious. Ask him why he wouldn’t.

    • Replies: @Moses
  57. Cortes says:
    @Hypnotoad666

    It’s the Pulp fiction of being with the common people – and daddy can always help when things go sideways (but remembering that “everybody hates a tourist “):

    • Replies: @Michelle
  58. Escher says:

    The level of narcissism in these “protesters” is amazing. Look at me, notice me, cry with me, loot with me.
    They are overgrown children having a massive tantrum at public expense, and the adults are asleep.

  59. @Hypnotoad666

    Hypno, the weirdo white “allies” are the closest a black person can come to owning a white person. They can shame them into almost anything, get them to condemn their ancestore, coerce money from them,guilt trip sex ,you name it.

    • Agree: Mr McKenna
  60. @Kibernetika

    “Should add that I’m armed.”

    My brother lives in LA. He’s never been a gun guy; doesn’t have a problem with guns but it was just never his thing. Now he’s asking his little brother (me) what kind of firearm he should have for personal and home protection.

    Shoot to kill, my friend.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @Deckin
    , @J.Ross
  61. Moses says:
    @Buffalo Joe

    Lol I suggested he send his White kids to a school of color where they are racial minorities so they might better understand their White privilege.

    Was shooting for “Is this parody or real?” territory.

    • Replies: @Moses
  62. Ehhh…in other words…”LOOKS AT MUH!!!”
    How dare you crackers actually have your own lives,hobbies,families,pets,recipes,interests,opinions, instead of focusing your entire very existence on NOTICING MUH!!
    AND LOOKS AT MUH HURR, GAWDDAYUMMIT!!!

    • Replies: @AceDeuce
  63. Dr. Doom says:

    Hey Steve, OT but, Lispy Lindsey Graham finally got outed.

    Is this the end of the blackmail that makes him neocon #1 in Congress?

    • Replies: @Corn
  64. Dr. X says:
    @Thea

    Why does the queen of Norway feel the need to speak about a policing event In Minneapolis? Why do protestors in London even care about this?

    Because you’re witnessing a global communist revolution, with a black and brown lumpenproletariat and a white kulak/bourgeoisie class. The white cucks in foreign nations are like Engels… traitors to their class.

    • Replies: @Mike_from_SGV
  65. Thea says:
    @415 reasons

    I hadn’t thought of it that way but it makes perfect sense.

  66. There’s going to be some serious payback for this shit.

    I don’t see what else can happen.

    • Replies: @Stan d Mute
  67. @TinyDuck

    We, the progressive and anti-racist, are winning in a blowout and will make more changes.

    Can’t tell if serious or not.

    Yes the left is doing so well that they have to elevate Blacks that are burning down buildings.

    I’m sure this is what they envisioned in the 60s.

  68. @syonredux

    Frank Rizzo Statue Is Removed In Philadelphia: ‘It Is Finally Gone,’ Mayor Says

    All statues of all Democrats should be removed. The party has been little other than a force for evil for over 200 years.

    • Agree: Joseph Doaks
  69. @Abe

    “Please do not push your beliefs on me.”

    The crux of the matter right there. You know, I have a few issues that really matter to me too–I’m even ‘passionate’ about them–but I don’t assume that somehow I have the right (or ‘privilege’) of forcing them upon others. Not just making them listen, ad nauseam, but forcing them to demonstrate that they agree with me! Or I’ll see to it that they’re completely ruined.

    Putting it that way shows how ludicrous it really is. It’s all just a power play, little more, and the foot-soldiers in this war aren’t even remotely aware whose bidding they’re actually doing.

    So yeah, I’m not getting on my knees for them, or for anyone.

  70. @dimples

    Exactly! Like Libya, started by Britain and France. Or the Yugoslavian mess, started by Serbia but abetted by Britain which led the fight to prevent arms from reaching the Croats and Bosnians. Britain may be a has-been, pitiful shambles of a country, but wherever mischief around the world occurs, you can bet their withered, pale hand is somehow involved.

    • Replies: @Ancient Briton
  71. @Bragadocious

    Europeans and Anzac types view America as a dangerous police state that needs a good shaming every now and then to remind it of its sins. But — when they need military help, this dangerous police state should come running to help them, no questions asked. And don’t mention their sins! They have none.

    Parisians in particular really hate us. They name their boulevards after our worst presidents ever. I’d rather see Rue Jerry-Lewis.

  72. @Thea

    How did the the American Democrats amass such power that foreign leaders like Trudeau do their bidding? Why does the queen of Norway feel the need to speak about a policing event In Minneapolis? Why do protestors in London even care about this?

    They’re not following anyone’s orders. This is a blanket party with the US as the target. Blacks and the Democratic party started it. The rest are just joining the party.

  73. @DextersLabRat

    Thanks to decades of mass-media propaganda saturation, this nation has become full of insane freaks. I’m getting to the point where I no longer care what happens to it.

    Yes, I realize that is capitulation and that it’s just what our ‘overlords’ want. It was a magnificent experiment, this America, but the people who built it were human, not perfect. And one of their imperfections was assuming that other people would be as good as they.

    • Agree: Kyle
    • Replies: @anon
    , @ben tillman
  74. @415 reasons

    Why emulate anything about American culture let alone this groveling to our basest elements? American should be losing influence and ignored as a role model. Yet people who could be free from our mess are actively embracing it.

    Because this is a religious revival and the foreigners are also true believers. No different than people in Morocco or Indonesia facing towards Mecca when they pray.

    America has learned nothing from Canada about language, and Canada– and the rest of the Anglosphere and the Continent– nothing from America about race.

    facing towards Mecca when they pray.

    Which means the Albanians and Turks and Syrians are simultaneously mooning Europe.

  75. anon[282] • Disclaimer says:

    I generally support the police. But here’s where they come off like jackboots. Full youtube video at very bottom of page.

    Granted we don’t know what happened before the videos started. But these look like a bunch of hippy college kids and grad students. Heavily female. It’s middle class non-criminals. I tend to believe them when they say they weren’t violent and the police didn’t even tell them where they wanted them to move to. It’s probably a case of ‘harass the dogwalker for breaking lockdown while ignoring the actual looters’.

    It looks like a bunch of cyclist cops. Perhaps they weren’t trained in protest/riot work?

    What sucks is this makes it the argument for law and order that much harder. They’re giving up the moral high ground.

  76. Alfa158 says:
    @Costa

    To the extent we Americans know anything about foreign countries including Brazil, (many of us aren’t too good on foreign affairs, if you show a random selection of us a world map with the country names deleted its pretty amazing how few can find France), the general impression is that there are no riots like this in Brazil because the rioters would be shot out of hand.
    What likely would such a response be?

    • Replies: @Costa
  77. Sean c says:
    @The Wild Geese Howard

    most government institutions in Texas are run by liberals and the R is the legislature are fine with going along with the liberals in attacking our history. TEA which runs public schools is liberal, Texas public universities are liberal as are the administrators that republicans appoint, major cities are liberal.

  78. Anonymous[186] • Disclaimer says:
    @SunBakedSuburb

    My brother lives in LA. He’s never been a gun guy; doesn’t have a problem with guns but it was just never his thing. Now he’s asking his little brother (me) what kind of firearm he should have for personal and home protection.

    Shoot to kill, my friend.

    If he decides to go with a 9MM, which is my favorite, he should go to a gun range and familiarize himself with it.

    For newbies who don’t have a lot of time, a shotgun is the best choice. It’s like a Polaroid camera. You just point, and shoot. You’ll get your subject. Even your mom can make a nice picture with it.

  79. Thea says:
    @dimples

    Very tough. I would imagine the Japanese are very nervously hoping this mania will pass.

    This is reminiscent of when Kazakhstan was briefly very heavily nuclear armed. Imagine BLM with our nukes.

  80. As Mr Rodney G King (RIP) asked us, can’t we all just hambone?

    Even us ofays can get into Black Hysterics History Month:

  81. @Hypnotoad666

    Maybe blacks are creeped out by he weirdo white “Allies” the way Jews are by Southern Evangelicals who are crazy about Israel and think Jews have an important supporting role in the Rapture.

    • Replies: @PiltdownMan
  82. @Dr. X

    I’m amazed more people don’t realize this. There is a small window of opportunity to push back but it’s closing fast. To stop a snake you go for the head.

  83. anon[282] • Disclaimer says:
    @The Wild Geese Howard

    It’s some Texas Ranger (a special type of state policeman) nobody has heard of.

    But it’s not the Texas of yore anymore. These days our output is the likes of Beto O’Rourke and Julian Castro.

    • Replies: @Known Fact
  84. Franz says:
    @216

    If this leftist violence can be freely shared, Neo Nazis have just as much right to poast the most vile things in response.

    Not anymore.

    A National Guardsman in Ohio was called up for riot duty, then fired because he had posted messages on a “white supremacist” website.

    * Who provided information on his posts?

    * What qualifies as “white supremacy” these days, when calling all whites inherently racist is NOT considered “black supremacy”?

    * And since he was let go for simply stating opinions, are we (many posters here) going to get the same treatment from now on? Perhaps even fired from private companies, since spies are now gathering data on all of the internet?

    * Not quite repeating myself here: Who spied on the National Guardsman in Ohio that they know enough to make it public and throw him out?

  85. @Thea

    How did the the American Democrats amass such power that foreign leaders like Trudeau do their bidding?

    Foreign, Western, white leaders. Pretty much the usual NATO ruling elites.

    I don’t hear any Eastern Europeans, South Asians or Arabs saying anything.

  86. @Harry Baldwin

    Maybe blacks are creeped out by he weirdo white “Allies”

    Slightly OT:

    About ten years ago in Kenya, there was a video clip that attracted a lot of attention from the locals, who were both intrigued and repelled by the phenomenon of white tourist women falling for local men, many of them beach hustlers.

  87. anon[198] • Disclaimer says:
    @Mr McKenna

    Don’t throw up your hands in despair or disgust, Mr. McKenna. ‘Tis far better to hurt your enemies.

  88. anonymous[297] • Disclaimer says:

    Everyone wishing for some sign of sanity in the wake of this week-long nonsense should scroll through the responses to the CBS tweet. The normies have their limits.

  89. With cities across America burning and black communities in pain, many white people have continued posting selfies and pictures of food on social media as if nothing is wrong

    Well, yeah, nothing is wrong in the sense you mean it. All the cops present at Floyd’s death have been charged with crimes. There’s nothing to protest. What’s going on now is a straightforward attack on white people, although most of us are too damn indoctrinated to grasp that fact.

  90. @Mr McKenna

    Thanks to decades of mass-media propaganda saturation, this nation has become full of insane freaks. I’m getting to the point where I no longer care what happens to it.

    My children and I beg you to do all you can.

    • Replies: @DextersLabRat
  91. Anon[354] • Disclaimer says:

    Morbidly obese iSteve content generator Roxane Gay may be trying to get the New York Times to memory-hole her contribution from two months ago:

    I am trying to master baking croissants. The one part of croissant-making that works without fail is when I make the preferment—a smaller dough portion that ferments before being added to the mix—and then the dough itself. This step works consistently because of my KitchenAid Artisan stand mixer. My mom had a KitchenAid stand mixer when I was growing up. It was, I believe, olive green, a sturdy workhorse that lasted years and years. She wasn’t much of a baker, but she made an incredible coffee cake. I coveted a KitchenAid for most of my adult life, but it was well beyond my reach. As a broke graduate student, spending hundreds of dollars on a kitchen appliance was not an option. When I could finally afford a KitchenAid (mine’s fuchsia), I placed the mixer in my kitchen with reverence and got to work. This mixer can do anything you ask of it: mix cake batter from Sally’s Baking Addiction’s incredible recipes; whip frosting into creamy waves; beat heavy cream, a bit of sugar, and a touch of vanilla into whipped cream; combine the wet and dry ingredients for cookie dough; knead dough; and, with the right attachments, make pasta or homemade sausage or spiralized vegetables.

    [Everything but carrot cake?}

    https://www.nytimes.com/wirecutter/blog/roxane-gay-kitchenaid-stand-mixer/

  92. @PiltdownMan

    Oh great. TD and Obiyandi will be back in about five minutes.

    And here we are, with a paper towel shortage.

  93. @Thea

    How did the the American Democrats amass such power that foreign leaders like Trudeau do their bidding?

    It’s not the Democrats. It’s the Left, which is global, of course.

  94. The “initially peaceful” thing is a tautology. After all, every violent act is preceded by some period of not-violence. Germany and France were at peace in July 1914. Mike Tyson and Evander Holyfield weren’t punching each other an hour before Round 1.

    No one argues that WW1 wasn’t a big deal because peace reigned a month before. No one calls Tyson-Holyfield a tea party because they weren’t fighting on their way to the arena. Yet for some reason, pre-riot not-violence excuses subsequent violence.

  95. nebulafox says:
    @S. Anonyia

    >Maybe some of the loser whites out there are seeing a chance to party they never had, lol.

    I’m not that desperate.

  96. dee nile says:

    Democratic People’s Republic of Wokeorea

    Wokeanda Forever!

  97. @Jesse

    how many of the antifa types are mentally ill rejects from white society

    “white” = Jew

  98. @Clifford Brown

    Yglesias’ embrace of the one billion Americans goal and his inherent weirdness means that he might never be one of us

    One of us.

    Matthew Yglesias
    his three other grandparents were of Eastern European Jewish descent

  99. Alden says:
    @Anonymous

    The old man in Buffalo is a well known life long lefty. He belongs to several lefty organizations.

    Name Martin Guimi Coalition for sustainable afford able housing in Buffalo and Plowshares for Peace. He probably fell on purpose.

    Sustainable affordable housing, more sec 8 and projects

  100. Alden says:
    @Mr McKenna

    All Lives Matter is now deemed racist. Someone was fired for posting that on Facebook. Forget where I saw it.

    • Replies: @Known Fact
  101. @Colin Wright

    There’s going to be some serious payback for this shit.

    I don’t see what else can happen.

    No there won’t unless you consider trillions of dollars in transfer payments and discrimination against whitey as “payback”.

    Look at Detriot. That’s what the rest of the nation becomes in the next 50 years. The only good to come from this is the Minnesotan retards who will become as racially aware as us Detriot refugees are.

  102. Ign.com has the INGSOC symbol from 1984 on their banner. I don’t know if that’s intentionally or if they are culturally illiterate.

  103. Corn says:
    @fnn

    Seems plausible enough to me. Especially with the National Guard being kicked out of DC and active duty military units outside DC being sent back to their bases……. right before the weekend

  104. Anonymous[387] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous

    I admit it: it took a split-second for that picture to sink in. That is so very wrong, but hilarious.

    Nice one.

  105. @J.Ross

    “Good thing Jeff Bezos smeared a Black Lives Matter banner on Amazon dot com!”

    he’s no fool he only put it in the carousel , you still get a banner pitching the new echo dot.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
  106. @PiltdownMan

    I used to have a neighbor who was a university professor in one of the more useless fields. She was a German immigrant, also. One day another female neighbor told me the woman came over to her house with a huge revelation. The Kraut had had a party the previous night and had met a new love interest. Or as she phrased it to my neighbor, “I have taken a new lover… und he is BLACK!” The woman was absolutely quivering with excitement. I noticed the guy’s car in her driveway on many occasions during their courtship. He had a vanity plate which was obnoxiously Afro-centric and also seemed to reference his, ummm, ‘physical attributes’, shall we say. I was amazed he got it approved. Believe it or not, the Kraut actually married the guy, sold her house, and moved into his home the next county over. I understand they’re still going strong. Ironically, the new homeowner is an elderly Black woman whose daughter is herself a professor at this same university in a field even more useless than the Kraut’s. Several years ago yet another professor at this school (in a relatively useful field) moved into the neighborhood. He had a good laugh when he learned the Kraut was a previous resident. He was not a fan. He claimed she had become the personal pet of her Lesbian department head. The Dept. head had managed to secure her a $40,000 raise, which, apparently, is almost unheard of at this particular school.

  107. @vhrm

    Folks should just post recipes for fried chicken and mac n cheese and everyone will be happy.

  108. AKAHorace says:
    @Thea

    How did the the American Democrats amass such power that foreign leaders like Trudeau do their bidding? Why does the queen of Norway feel the need to speak about a policing event In Minneapolis? Why do protestors in London even care about this?

    Part of the reason is that a lot of foreigners are psychologically living in the United States, or at least the United States that is presented in the media. If you spend a lot of your time watching news and drama about the US it seems realer to you than what is happening in your own country.

  109. @RichardTaylor

    I think it’s those who praise anti-American, anti-White celebrities like Tom Hanks and John Prine.

    You mean Steve Sailer?

    I understand his needing to observe and understand popular culture, but the fact that he seems to truly enjoy and then promote it just baffles me. I assume he knows all those people hate him. From time to time he should directly say, “yeah, these people all despise you and me, but here’s why you should pay to watch their product anyway.”

  110. @Anonymous

    For newbies who don’t have a lot of time, a shotgun is the best choice. It’s like a Polaroid camera. You just point, and shoot. You’ll get your subject

    Not even close. You still have to aim.

    With a cylinder bore and various buckshot loads, at 12 feet (typical across the room distance), the spread of shot is usually from 1 1/2 inches to 4 inches.

    At 20 yards the spread can run from 9 inches up to 17 inches, depending on the load.

    At 45 yards the spread can vary from 25-33 inches.

    A rule of thumb is about an inch of spread for each yard of distance, depending upon the load and gun.
    Reduced power 2 1/2 inch loads usually have smaller spreads than 3 inch magnum loads.

    A 12 gauge shotgun used correctly will pretty much guarantee a one shot stop. But if you just point and shoot, it is very likely you will miss.

    Don’t post online or mention to the police that you “shoot to kill”. You shoot to “Stop the threat”.

  111. @Anonymous

    If cops do not want their equipment scanned then they should not wear it in public. There is no expectation of privacy in public. If you can see it you can take a picture of it.

  112. Costa says:
    @Alfa158

    The rioters wouldn’t be shot, but would be badly beaten by the police. But the main reason that mass looting wouldn’t happen in the big cities is because most stores and commercial buildings already have their own private security on stand-by. If things do get out of hand tho, the federal government can send the Army to quiet things down.

  113. S says:
    @RichardTaylor

    Liberals give cover to these violent thugs.

    But who gives cover to the liberals?

    …It’s guys like Bloomberg who is a rational liberal in his own way and supported free speech, but then brings all his Leftist associates onboard to terrorize the rest of us. It’s certainly the Bush family who are more comfortable with liberals than conservatives.

    Great post, and great point.

    There were some weird things about the Kennedy assassination, and I’ve posted about them.

    Having said that, as a microcosm, Lee Harvey Oswald and his ‘progressive’ associates (of both a Right and Left bent) prior to the assassination very much fits into what you describe.

    Oswald had a very negative personality that most could barely stand to be around, beat his wife, forbid her learning English to keep control of her, couldn’t hold on to a job.

    Were Oswald around today he’d almost certainly be afflicted with TDS, be a Bernie bros and into BLM, have purple hair, live with his Mom working when, and if, he felt like it, beat his live in girlfriend, and be out rioting and looting, and making a great show of being arrested, a type of martyrdom for the type to score virtual signal points with.

    Yet, in the early 60’s the Paine family, a family very much within the realm of the establishment progressive left, like JFK and the Kennedy family, befriended the Oswalds, and took them in. And, too, there was George Mohrenschildt and his wife, who lived something of a quasi Bohemian, almost Beatnik existance, yet were more of a progressive right, ie Bush, McCain.

    It’s as if these progressive sorts, despite Oswald’s negative personality, were attracted to Oswald’s having the courage to act on his convictions and defect to the Soviet Union, and live there, something these self declared progressives might like to do themselves inwardly, but, lacked the courage to do themselves.

    Befriending these thugs, whether BLM today, or an Oswald of yesteryear, allows these progressives to live vicariously through them, whilst simultaneously scoring virtue signal points.

    The dysfynctional radical thugs get legitimacy out of it.

    • Thanks: RichardTaylor
  114. @Anonymous

    “For newbies who don’t have a lot of time, a shotgun is the best choice. It’s like a Polaroid camera. You just point, and shoot. You’ll get your subject. Even your mom can make a nice picture with it.”

    I saw a self-defense DVD which said if someone points a gun at you, mess up their aim by stepping aside so that they have to re-position their weapon to shoot you. Sort of like the major advantage of a semi-auto rifle over a bolt-action is that you don’t have to reacquire your sight picture if you miss.

    As for shotguns…

    • Replies: @Dr. Krieger
  115. @anon

    Does this mean no more Walker Texas Ranger reruns?

  116. @Alden

    The Sacramento Kings forced out the guy who had been calling their games for 32 years. These pro sports leagues can’t get up a damn game but they have no problem telling everyone else what to do

    • Replies: @J.Ross
  117. @PiltdownMan

    Uh, this has been a thing for a long time.

    This is why women, especially white women, who have done extensive aid work in Africa, Asia, or Latin America are irreparably damaged goods.

    • Agree: PiltdownMan
    • Replies: @Whiskey
    , @fish
    , @AKAHorace
  118. anon[427] • Disclaimer says:

    This looks like good summer dish..

    https://www.bettycrocker.com/recipes/pork-and-beans/9d04eae6-ff8d-47aa-97d1-40ac5acf8980

    ngredients
    1cup barbecue sauce
    2tablespoons white vinegar
    2tablespoons packed brown sugar
    1can (15 oz) navy beans, drained
    2tablespoons canola or vegetable oil
    1/2teaspoon salt
    1/4teaspoon pepper
    4boneless center-cut pork chops, about 1/2 inch thick (about 1 1/2 lb)

  119. Muggles says:

    These ridiculous tweets and the like are similar to TV “news” riot porn. Yes, fires and tear gas and people being beaten/shoved make interesting television. With terrible cell phone videos it is all over everywhere. You see one, you see them all. The ugly aftermath isn’t shown though.

    Foolish tweets are in the same vein. There is no end to stupid SJW and related dim bulb lefty commentary, hand-wringing, guilt-slinging and viscous “shaming” of those who dare to speak their own opinions. Cat videos and food/scenery Instagraming will resume.

    In a couple of months other things will soon replace the current faddish obsession with this.

    After all the great Crusade to Oust Trump is only starting. Better save up some of that rage for the Real War. Get those absentee ballots printed up now! The Final Battle to Save America from The Monster is only a few months away.

  120. @Bragadocious

    You can pry that Empire from my cold dead hand!

  121. @AKAHorace

    Well nothing has happened in Norway since the Brevik shoot ’em up!

  122. J.Ross says:
    @a guy named me

    Anarcho-tyranny: we have mass in-home surveillance and cannot stop rioting.

  123. J.Ross says:
    @Known Fact

    Sports, dead, movie theaters, dead, hollywood, dead, universities which decrease knowledge, dead, impotent kneeling police departments, dead, lying doctors who are clearly unworthy of their training, dead, it’s not ours, it’s not for us, it’s all garbage, let it all burn — oh no, wait a minute, they’re wierdly cool with that.

  124. J.Ross says:
    @Anonymous

    There is a gun that was designed to be maximally user-friendly to the totally inexperienced and under-trained: the Kalashnikov. The Armalite is very good in this idiom, with its ergonomics and low recoil, but it’s a hair more buttons to learn. I don’t like the idea that a shotgun is “easy,” especially for a newcomer — they should be pointed to a good pistol caliber carbine (intuitive reloading into the handle, almost no recoil, smaller caliber and range minimizes danger of penetrating walls and hitting unrelated parties). Lucky Gunner posted a nice piece on shotguns for newcomers:
    https://www.luckygunner.com/lounge/shotguns/

    • Replies: @Joe Stalin
    , @Anonymous
  125. @ben tillman

    Your children are begging you to move to Canada. Here in Vancouver we have no riots, barely any coronavirus, and downtown is mostly white and free of violent crime.

  126. Whiskey says: • Website
    @The Wild Geese Howard

    You could lol just stop at White Women. They are all Emma Watson now

  127. fish says:
    @The Wild Geese Howard

    Everybody wants to go native and see themselves as Lt. Dunbar in Dances with Wolves!

    Women are just a little more prone to it!

  128. @J.Ross

    What I don’t like about Kalashnikovs is “AK Clack;” when you push the safety to the “Fire” position it makes a characteristic sound. If you want to quietly activate it, you have to gingerly move it into position.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
  129. S says:

    This food shaming thing is a ‘demand for purity’, one of Dr Robert J Lifton’s eight criteria for thought reform (aka brain washing/mind control).

    It’s supposed to lead to ‘confession’, and then conformity to the multicult cult’s ‘sacred science’, which are two other of the criteria for mind control.

    A lot of the modern understanding of how cults work, particularly the brain washing aspect, was discovered when they studied how the North Korean Communists had first broken, and then indoctrinated, US POW’s during the Korean War. The North Koreans had learned these techniques from the Red Chinese, and the Chinese had learned them from the Soviets. These were the same techniques the Reds used to control and indoctrinate their own people.

    Recall the plot line behind The Manchurian Candidate

    Demand for Purity. The world is viewed as black and white and the members are constantly exhorted to conform to the ideology of the group and strive for perfection. The induction of guilt and/or shame is a powerful control device used here.

    Confession. Sins, as defined by the group, are to be confessed either to a personal monitor or publicly to the group. There is no confidentiality; members’ “sins,” “attitudes,” and “faults” are discussed and exploited by the leaders.

    Sacred Science. The group’s doctrine or ideology is considered to be the ultimate Truth, beyond all questioning or dispute. Truth is not to be found outside the group. The leader, as the spokesperson for God or for all humanity, is likewise above criticism.

    http://csj.org/studyindex/studymindctr/study_mindctr_lifton.htm

  130. @AKAHorace

    This is correct.

    It’s a bit terrifying how much of the world is awash in a tsunami of US movies, shows, and news media.

  131. Anonymous[427] • Disclaimer says:
    @J.Ross

    When you pull the trigger on a 7.62×39 you better be sure where that bullet is going to end up. For the inexperienced, 20, 28 or .410 gauge shotguns or a straight wall pistol caliber carbine make a lot of sense. Encouraging ghetto residents to have a single or double barrel breakopen gun too long to easily conceal in their house would be “sensible gun control”.

    • Replies: @Pheasant
  132. Deckin says:
    @SunBakedSuburb

    This is something that I haven’t seen made much of: Here in the Bay Area the gun stores are emptying out of supplies. The few that are even opening have lines and 3-4 hour waits to get in. Once in, you find mostly empty shelves. Forget about the waiting period and all of that, you can’t even order a gun if they don’t have it in stock. No manufacturer will take the order to get it delivered around here. I’m already well armed, but on a lark, I drove out to the Central Valley (traffic still light enough to make this doable in a day) and found, thankfully, places where no one wore face masks, but the same story.

    The guy at the counter told me they get a few guns in in the morning and they’re gone (usually sold to people driving out from the Bay Area) within 10 minutes.

    This has made a generation of liberals into gun owners or at least gun appreciators. I suspect when this calms down (and it will), people will again be saying it’s a Trump 4-d move.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    , @vhrm
  133. @Joe Stalin

    I load my 12 gauge with alternating 00 Buckshot and rifled slugs.

  134. @Thomas

    In the upscale Silicon Valley town of Los Altos, at a recent town meeting, a white city council member disagreed with a council-member-of-Color about city policy regarding wearing of masks saying, in conclusion, “I think you are out of your cotton-picking mind.”

    An uproar on social media followed; POCs calling the words “hurtful”, etc. Of course, whitey had to apologize for using words that might be construed as describing a POC of having a mind no better than that of a cotton-picking slave—or something.

  135. @Deckin

    Big lines out in front of the five gun stores on Magnolia Blvd. in Burbank, CA.

  136. J.Ross says:
    @Joe Stalin

    To be clear I brought up kalashes to attack the idea of user-friendliness (as opposed to the characteristics of the weapon, with user knowledge growing on its own) and not to endorse them for home defense.

  137. J.Ross says:
    @SunBakedSuburb

    A ton of schadenfreude on gun forums regarding these people building so many barriers to gun ownership, and then suddenly learning why anyone would want one, and finding out they have to, say, limit themselves to an arbitrary capacity or wait five days and so on.

    • LOL: fish
    • Replies: @fish
  138. AKAHorace says:
    @The Wild Geese Howard

    From what I have heard from development workers, in Asia the men end up with local women, in African the women end up with local men. In Latin America both the men and the women have local lovers.

  139. AceDeuce says:
    @Mr McKenna

    I’ve been saying this sht’s coming for quite some time–and I’ve got the multiple site bans to prove it. For saying things then that were more moderate than the stuff these Cucky Come Lately conservawipes are now jaw jacking on the same sites.

    Anyway, take this nugget from a person who knows kneegarows quite well. One of their many charming attributes is, when they have the whip hand in a situation, as they do now, enough will never be enough for them. Their bullschitt will get more ludicrous at the same time their actions get more and more lethal.

    Most people know when to back the fk off if they’ve cross a line. If not, others will check them sooner or later. Negroes don’t know better, and no one’s checking them. Have fun.

    Spoiler alert: Those whites in the South 100 years ago had all the right ideas on how to handle this stuff, although they should have backed mass repatriation to Africa.

  140. fish says:
    @J.Ross

    Hey….Hate to go all off topic on you but are you the J. Ross of Unintended Consequences?

    • Replies: @J.Ross
  141. AceDeuce says:
    @SomeoneOutHere

    “The great lesson of the invincibility of the guerrillas taking root in the dispossessed masses. The galvanizing of the national spirit, the preparation for harder tasks, for resisting even more violent repressions. Hatred as an element of the struggle; a relentless hatred of the enemy, impelling us over and beyond the natural limitations that man is heir to and transforming him into an effective, violent, selective and cold killing machine. Our soldiers must be thus; a people without hatred cannot vanquish a brutal enemy.

    We must carry the war into every corner the enemy happens to carry it: to his home, to his centers of entertainment; a total war. It is necessary to prevent him from having a moment of peace, a quiet moment outside his barracks or even inside; we must attack him wherever he may be; make him feel like a cornered beast wherever he may move. Then his moral fiber shall begin to decline. He will even become more beastly, but we shall notice how the signs of decadence begin to appear.”

    Che Guevara, 1967

  142. Pheasant says:
    @Anonymous

    Ever heard of a sawn off shotgun?

  143. Pheasant says:
    @Kibernetika

    You are a monster.

    Drink Budvar beer.

  144. J.Ross says:
    @fish

    No. Is Unintended Consequences that Christian sovereign citizen negative utopian novel with the cover of an ATF trooper raping half-naked Justice against the backdrop of a burning Constitution? Or was that just last week?

    • Replies: @fish
  145. vhrm says:
    @Deckin

    Wishful thinking, imo. We had the same years long Obama ammo outages and got sales spikes as everyone else over the past decade and nothing changed for the better.

    As you know just last ear they started with background checks for ammo sales even.

    The weather is great, but this place is freakin’ ridiculous on these “progressive” issues and i see no indication of improvement.

  146. fish says:
    @J.Ross

    I think there may have been some of those elements associated with it…….

  147. Moses says:
    @Moses

    Lol he replied to me in a long private message. Gist of it was he feels so guilty for living in a supermajority White suburb.

    Less than 1% of public school students in his town are Black, so he and his wife made a big sacrifice to sent their kids to a private school with a higher percentage of Black students (lol, yes he actually said this but didn’t say what the % was — prolly 2%).

    He mentioned when he lived in Bay Area his kids went to a school where Whites are 1/3 of student body and that experience was helpful in helping his kids understand their White privilege. [Ermm…high functioning Asians don’t count].

    The man was falling over himself to explain and justify. He must have thought I was a holy SJW of some kind, he was trying to prove his SJW bona-fides. Then he said he and his wife are “having conversations” with their 3 kids about structural racism or something, and that “2 kids will be easy, 1 is going to be tough” yeah my guess is that’s his son who will grow up to hate him.

    It nauseated me.

    I considered replying “If you’re really all-in here, you might resign your position to make way for a person of color who didn’t benefit from unearned White privilege like you did” but I just didn’t have the heart.

    I’m definitely an accelerationist. Like jumping in chilly water, the only way out of this madness is to plunge through it post-haste.

    White men like my friend need to see where this is going, and fast. Change is possible only then.

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