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  1. While inflation rages at home and the war rages in Europe, and oil prices exceeded \$100… the House was busy doing the important stuff — like passing the Emmett Till Anti-Lynching Act!!

    https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2022/03/01/house-passes-hate-crime-bill-emmett-till/9330077002/

    • Agree: AceDeuce
    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
    @Dr. X

    Finally, they'll never be able to lynch Emmett Till again.

    Next order of business - the anti-Tar-and-Feathering act.

    Replies: @Clyde, @James J O'Meara

    , @Joe Stalin
    @Dr. X

    Did any Republican attach a Blackety - Black Amendment to that?

    https://youtu.be/Y_21Agi0t8I?t=20

  2. Well noted. The absurdity of the LGBTQ agenda and the DIE cultists can’t be underestimated. The Babylon Bee was even prescient enough to even predict the American response to Russian provocation.

    https://babylonbee.com/news/americas-armed-forces-ramp-up-inclusiveness-training-in-face-of-looming-war-in-ukraine

    • Thanks: bomag
    • Replies: @Prester John
    @PaceLaw

    Just...can't...make it up anymore.

  3. Maybe the whole “neutrality” demand is misguided–Russia should instead insist that Ukraine identify as non-binary. Boom. World saved. You’re welcome. I don’t consider myself a hero, I’m just a regular guy and anyone in my position would have done the etcetera.

  4. When is some ornery bastard going to leak the media debates on how Nazi is the Azov Battalion really? Who is the highest paid person to get sneakily quoted they can’t be Nazi because the prime minister is a Jew?

    Does facebook allow you to put Ukraine and Nazi in the same post?

  5. @Dr. X
    While inflation rages at home and the war rages in Europe, and oil prices exceeded $100... the House was busy doing the important stuff -- like passing the Emmett Till Anti-Lynching Act!!

    https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2022/03/01/house-passes-hate-crime-bill-emmett-till/9330077002/

    Replies: @Mr. Anon, @Joe Stalin

    Finally, they’ll never be able to lynch Emmett Till again.

    Next order of business – the anti-Tar-and-Feathering act.

    • Replies: @Clyde
    @Mr. Anon


    Next order of business – the anti-Tar-and-Feathering act.
     
    You left out the part where the tarred and feathered man, then gets run out of town on a rail. Carried out of town... The details, which are kinda interesting. The tarred and feathered guy would be tied down to a long enough wooden fence rail. With the weight of his body resting on his balls and dick. His genitals. This was very painful. You might not ever get it up again. At minimum, you cannot walk right for a week or two. My guess.

    How do you remove and wash off tar and feathers? My guess it was done manually and with kerosene or similar distillate. I have worked w tar on my roof, and kerosene is what dissolves roofing tar. Kerosene is very painful on open skin and chaffed skin. But I used it to wipe tar (with old newspapers) off my fingers that had no open skin, and it works well.

    , @James J O'Meara
    @Mr. Anon

    Don't forget the Riding Out of Town on a Rail, um, rider.

  6. Battle of the Bulge….

  7. There’s a habit in Western media and online discussions to paint our own preoccupations over everyone else’s country.
    For example, trannies have long been a cultural phenomenon in parts of Asia but they are not politically weaponised. No one cares about them either way.
    Both host and readers might be interested to know that even vaccines are a minor issue in much of the world. In Japan, it is considered bad manners to ask if you’ve had it.
    In the West, we tie ourselves in knots over trivialities because one side (usually the left) invents a way to use them as cudgels and reject commonsense solutions that have worked for generations.
    How much this confected internal strife inhibits our ability to deal with real problems, I suppose we’re about to find out.

    • Replies: @Curle
    @Nikolai Vladivostok

    “ How much this confected internal strife inhibits our ability to deal with real problems, I suppose we’re about to find out.”

    To the people who run things you and your attachment to freedom are the problem.

  8. Lynching laws, like “hate crime” laws, have always been mainly symbolic–there have always been laws on the books to cover unwarranted injury or death to someone. (Contrary to what most people think, “lynching” doesn’t just mean killing–it’s mob violence, fatal or not, directed at people or persons, often as an extrajudicial action against people arrested for, or suspected of a crime.

    One big issue with negro lynchings down South is that the “victim” had usually committed a heinous crime (or crimes) to earn their literal or figurative rope necktie. Most normal folks said “Good riddance.”

    In years past, as lynching became almost nonexistent–31 blacks (and 2 Whites) were lynched during the decade of the 1940s, 6 blacks (and 2 Whites) total lynched during the 1950s, and 3 blacks (and 2 Whites) during the 1960s, up through 1968,when they stopped counting, states passed antilynching laws.

    Notably in South Carolina, where lynching is defined as:

    ”Assault and battery by mob.”

    Article 3 of Chapter 3 of Title 16, South Carolina Code of Laws, explains it further:

    (A) For purposes of this section, a “mob” is defined as the assemblage of two or more persons, without color or authority of law, for the premeditated purpose and with the premeditated intent of committing an act of violence upon the person of another.

    (B) Any act of violence inflicted by a mob upon the body of another person, which results in the death of the person, shall constitute the felony crime of assault and battery by mob in the first degree and, upon conviction, an offender shall be punished by imprisonment for not less than thirty years.

    (C) Any act of violence inflicted by a mob upon the body of another person, which results in serious bodily injury to the person, shall constitute the felony crime of assault and battery by mob in the second degree and, upon conviction, an offender shall be punished by imprisonment for not less than three years nor more than twenty-five years.

    (D) Any act of violence inflicted by a mob upon the body of another person, which results in bodily injury to the person, shall constitute the misdemeanor crime of assault and battery by mob in the third degree and, upon conviction, an offender shall be punished by imprisonment for not more than one year.

    Ironically, since it has been passed, the vast majority of people arrested and convicted on such violence, fatal and otherwise, has been negroes–often against Whites. This has outraged many negroes, who no doubt feel their actions should have no consequences.

    • Replies: @Elli
    @AceDeuce

    The word "premeditated" in section A does a lot of work to keep blacks from charged with lynching.

    Legally, there is no mob if the violence is spontaneous and not premediated.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @bomag

  9. I want more old-style Steve Sailer articles – with intellectual depth and humour.

    I am bored with trannies and sick of their whinging.

    • Disagree: JimDandy
    • Replies: @Alfa158
    @22pp22

    We still get a lot of that. And this post is actually one of those articles, the intellectual depth and humor are still there, they are just distilled down to to a few words and a video.

  10. I’m guessing the guy in this video is one young man who doesn’t have to worry about being dragooned into the Ukrainian Army and being sent to the front?

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Alfa158


    I’m guessing the guy in this video is one young man who doesn’t have to worry about being dragooned into the Ukrainian Army and being sent to the front?
     
    Wouldn't work here. Our Selective Service System is among the last-- perhaps the last-- agency in the federal government that does not recognize "sex changes".


    Is Lia Thomas registered? Better be!

    Replies: @AndrewR

  11. Why are my comments disappearing as soon as I post them?

    “Marked as spam”? OK, sure.

  12. changing legal documents to match gender

    Noun genders in Ukrainian can be confusing for beginners:

    There are three genders in Ukrainian:

    masculine – чоловічий рід
    feminine – жіночий рід
    neuter – середній рід.

  13. @22pp22
    I want more old-style Steve Sailer articles - with intellectual depth and humour.

    I am bored with trannies and sick of their whinging.

    Replies: @Alfa158

    We still get a lot of that. And this post is actually one of those articles, the intellectual depth and humor are still there, they are just distilled down to to a few words and a video.

    • Thanks: JimDandy
  14. @Alfa158
    I’m guessing the guy in this video is one young man who doesn’t have to worry about being dragooned into the Ukrainian Army and being sent to the front?

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    I’m guessing the guy in this video is one young man who doesn’t have to worry about being dragooned into the Ukrainian Army and being sent to the front?

    Wouldn’t work here. Our Selective Service System is among the last– perhaps the last– agency in the federal government that does not recognize “sex changes”.

    Is Lia Thomas registered? Better be!

    • Replies: @AndrewR
    @Reg Cæsar

    Hopefully trans women get drafted before everyone else. Ladies first!

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

  15. Dear Steve:

    Russians know more than a thing or two about puberty-blocking drugs – and sub-lethal doses of radiation from a World War Three might also delay sexual maturation – as well as leading to cries of “Don’t touch my hair; it’s falling out!”

    I’m trying not to flip out here.

    Not Your Spiteful Mutant,
    Mary Lou Roentgen

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @reactionry

    "Mary Lou Roentgen", hahahaaa!

  16. Having tuned out the mainstream media for a few years, I’ve been really shocked how these strange themes of twitter (racism and tranny rights in Ukraine) seem to be taking up so much space.

    Not only does it seem to speak to an overabundance of narcissism and power on the part of these groups, but there is something extremely weird and frankly scary about the way that they are being mentioned in virtually the same breath as nuclear war.

    It makes me feel that the US is totally ideologically committed to these things and there will never be a step back from them, until it all comes crashing down.

    • Replies: @ic1000
    @songbird

    > I’ve been really shocked how these strange themes of twitter (racism and tranny rights in Ukraine) seem to be taking up so much space.

    NBC illustrated your theme with a cryptic exchange on Nightly News With Lester Holt, last night. At the close of the Kyiv train station segment with an excitable on-the-scene report by a breathlessly excited correspondent, the anchor declaimed, "And of course we must all remain concerned about the treatment of People Of Color as the tumultuously disorganized evacuation continues." "Yes, most indubitably so, Lester!"

    Huh?

    This exchange was about a tweet that had roiled Twitter earlier in the day, where one Person Of Color university student in Kyiv had posted a clip of rraacciisstt Ukranians pushing and shoving another hapless Person Of Color as he tried valiantly to claim his rightful place on an outbound train.

    Some other tweeter then spoiled the fun by posting a second clip, showing a whole slew of desperate mothers etc. on the platform, pushing and shoving at each other at the "All Aboard" signal.

    "And of course ix-nay on the esentful-ray emands-day for ecial-treatment-spay for IPOC-Bay in the midst of genuine agedy-tray" was Lester's on-air secret message.

    I probably got a few details wrong, but can't be bothered to find the links. Both the Twitter-storm and the journolist performance are easily googled.

    , @AndrewR
    @songbird

    It's also very notable that by accusing the Ukrainians of transphobia and racism, they are demonstrably reducing the desire of their target audience to support Ukraine against the alleged Russian aggressors. The people who run our country aren't just evil; they're stupid. One wonders if that's a good thing or a bad thing overall. I would say bad, given the risk of nuclear war now.

    , @martin_2
    @songbird


    It makes me feel that the US is totally ideologically committed to these things and there will never be a step back from them, until it all comes crashing down.
     
    That's what I fear. The current dogmas regarding Race and Sex are completely mistaken and the desired ends are therefore unachievable. But the nutters who are behind it would sooner the world is engulfed in a Nuclear War than accept that.
  17. @Nikolai Vladivostok
    There's a habit in Western media and online discussions to paint our own preoccupations over everyone else's country.
    For example, trannies have long been a cultural phenomenon in parts of Asia but they are not politically weaponised. No one cares about them either way.
    Both host and readers might be interested to know that even vaccines are a minor issue in much of the world. In Japan, it is considered bad manners to ask if you've had it.
    In the West, we tie ourselves in knots over trivialities because one side (usually the left) invents a way to use them as cudgels and reject commonsense solutions that have worked for generations.
    How much this confected internal strife inhibits our ability to deal with real problems, I suppose we're about to find out.

    Replies: @Curle

    “ How much this confected internal strife inhibits our ability to deal with real problems, I suppose we’re about to find out.”

    To the people who run things you and your attachment to freedom are the problem.

  18. I’m surprised to see anything in the MSM now that’s not totally rah-rah about Ukraine.

    • Replies: @Paperback Writer
    @International Jew

    There is no war fever in the US. Compared to 1991, 2001, and 2003, it's quiet. The only people pumping for war are the Bluecheka.

  19. At least WW3 has knocked Black History Worship Month off of the top headlines. Even the MSM see the possibility of nuclear war as slightly more important than stories about black cowboys, etc.

  20. iSteve deserves a prize for predicting World War T.

    I don’t care much for Marjorie Taylor Greene, but I had her live MAGA response to Biden’s State of the Union address on in the background, hoping to hear something funny (intended or not). Suddenly, something frightening happened. She started talking about “radical transgender ideology” and the live Youtube stream stopped mid-sentence and exited to a video withdrawn screen. Vigilant censorship of a live presentation for its political content! Later, I checked the Rumble stream and it didn’t end at the transgender mention but played the remaining few minutes to the end.

    Also today, the Russia Today app on my Samsung TV led to a black screen.

    Dystopia has fully arrived.

    • Agree: mc23
    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @New Dealer

    "Our Democracy" means censorship, "our way of life" means death.

    Replies: @The Germ Theory of Disease

    , @AndrewR
    @New Dealer

    They're just getting started with dystopia.

  21. @AceDeuce
    Lynching laws, like "hate crime" laws, have always been mainly symbolic--there have always been laws on the books to cover unwarranted injury or death to someone. (Contrary to what most people think, "lynching" doesn't just mean killing--it's mob violence, fatal or not, directed at people or persons, often as an extrajudicial action against people arrested for, or suspected of a crime.

    One big issue with negro lynchings down South is that the "victim" had usually committed a heinous crime (or crimes) to earn their literal or figurative rope necktie. Most normal folks said "Good riddance."

    In years past, as lynching became almost nonexistent--31 blacks (and 2 Whites) were lynched during the decade of the 1940s, 6 blacks (and 2 Whites) total lynched during the 1950s, and 3 blacks (and 2 Whites) during the 1960s, up through 1968,when they stopped counting, states passed antilynching laws.

    Notably in South Carolina, where lynching is defined as:

    ''Assault and battery by mob."

    Article 3 of Chapter 3 of Title 16, South Carolina Code of Laws, explains it further:



    (A) For purposes of this section, a "mob" is defined as the assemblage of two or more persons, without color or authority of law, for the premeditated purpose and with the premeditated intent of committing an act of violence upon the person of another.

    (B) Any act of violence inflicted by a mob upon the body of another person, which results in the death of the person, shall constitute the felony crime of assault and battery by mob in the first degree and, upon conviction, an offender shall be punished by imprisonment for not less than thirty years.

    (C) Any act of violence inflicted by a mob upon the body of another person, which results in serious bodily injury to the person, shall constitute the felony crime of assault and battery by mob in the second degree and, upon conviction, an offender shall be punished by imprisonment for not less than three years nor more than twenty-five years.

    (D) Any act of violence inflicted by a mob upon the body of another person, which results in bodily injury to the person, shall constitute the misdemeanor crime of assault and battery by mob in the third degree and, upon conviction, an offender shall be punished by imprisonment for not more than one year.
     
    Ironically, since it has been passed, the vast majority of people arrested and convicted on such violence, fatal and otherwise, has been negroes--often against Whites. This has outraged many negroes, who no doubt feel their actions should have no consequences.

    Replies: @Elli

    The word “premeditated” in section A does a lot of work to keep blacks from charged with lynching.

    Legally, there is no mob if the violence is spontaneous and not premediated.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @Elli

    That's something only a lawyer could accept. Gathering is a kind of planning. Gathering isn't instantaneous. The gatherers in most cases are probably neither silent nor discussing who wants coffee. So they're planning. Except to a lawyer, which is a person who thinks that vote fraud is democracy.

    Replies: @Elli

    , @bomag
    @Elli


    “premeditated”... keeps blacks from being charged with lynching.
     
    Au contraire; they premeditate on it a great deal.

    Some would say they hardly think of anything else.

  22. @Elli
    @AceDeuce

    The word "premeditated" in section A does a lot of work to keep blacks from charged with lynching.

    Legally, there is no mob if the violence is spontaneous and not premediated.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @bomag

    That’s something only a lawyer could accept. Gathering is a kind of planning. Gathering isn’t instantaneous. The gatherers in most cases are probably neither silent nor discussing who wants coffee. So they’re planning. Except to a lawyer, which is a person who thinks that vote fraud is democracy.

    • Agree: bomag, Nicholas Stix
    • Replies: @Elli
    @J.Ross

    If people gather just to hang out, wander the streets, and then some poor victim appears, an attack might have no more planning than a nudge and a look.

    99 times out of 100, they have a good time without attacking anyone.

    Replies: @J.Ross

  23. @New Dealer
    iSteve deserves a prize for predicting World War T.

    I don’t care much for Marjorie Taylor Greene, but I had her live MAGA response to Biden’s State of the Union address on in the background, hoping to hear something funny (intended or not). Suddenly, something frightening happened. She started talking about “radical transgender ideology” and the live Youtube stream stopped mid-sentence and exited to a video withdrawn screen. Vigilant censorship of a live presentation for its political content! Later, I checked the Rumble stream and it didn’t end at the transgender mention but played the remaining few minutes to the end.

    Also today, the Russia Today app on my Samsung TV led to a black screen.

    Dystopia has fully arrived.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @AndrewR

    “Our Democracy” means censorship, “our way of life” means death.

    • Replies: @The Germ Theory of Disease
    @J.Ross

    Whenever some schmuck mouths this "our democracy" twaddle in my presence, I tell them to recite the Pledge of Allegiance. When they get to "and to the Republic for which it stands" I tell them to stop right there, and contemplate their sins.

    The Constitution guarantees each of the states "a republican form of government." If I remember correctly, the word "democracy" does not appear once.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Reg Cæsar

  24. Transgender acceptance in Ukraine is not widespread, and changing legal documents to match gender requires a long process with psychiatric examinations.

    This implies that there is too much acceptance of “transgenderism” in the Ukraine.

    Transgender people are mentally ill. They deserve pity and tolerance, but that does not change their sex or gender.

    • Replies: @Mike Tre
    @WIlkey

    "Transgender people are mentally ill. They deserve pity and tolerance,"

    No, they absolutely do not deserve tolerance. Tolerance for their depravity is what has led to them gaining control over the narrative and the power to censor/punish those that disagree.

    Pity them, fine, but do not tolerate their actions. Not one bit.

  25. Lex says:

    It’s from Przemyśl near Polish-Ukrainian border. In first 4 minutes you can see all shades of black, brown and yellow. Refugees are not as white as they are trumped up to be. Even heard they throw out Ukrainian women from trains to make more room for themselves.

  26. The New York Times has a touching video, titled “There Will Be A Battle” about a woman sending off her son and husband to war. It’s a traditional take on the story, and very unusual for the Times, in this day and age.

    The NYT is mostly paywalled, and the video embed code doesn’t seem to work, but you should be able to click through the Twitter link and see it

  27. @J.Ross
    @New Dealer

    "Our Democracy" means censorship, "our way of life" means death.

    Replies: @The Germ Theory of Disease

    Whenever some schmuck mouths this “our democracy” twaddle in my presence, I tell them to recite the Pledge of Allegiance. When they get to “and to the Republic for which it stands” I tell them to stop right there, and contemplate their sins.

    The Constitution guarantees each of the states “a republican form of government.” If I remember correctly, the word “democracy” does not appear once.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @The Germ Theory of Disease

    Doing God's work, sir.

    , @Reg Cæsar
    @The Germ Theory of Disease


    When they get to “and to the Republic for which it stands”
     
    I say "Republics".



    https://flag-post.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/a-star-for-every-state-1.jpg
  28. @WIlkey

    Transgender acceptance in Ukraine is not widespread, and changing legal documents to match gender requires a long process with psychiatric examinations.

     

    This implies that there is too much acceptance of "transgenderism" in the Ukraine.

    Transgender people are mentally ill. They deserve pity and tolerance, but that does not change their sex or gender.

    Replies: @Mike Tre

    “Transgender people are mentally ill. They deserve pity and tolerance,”

    No, they absolutely do not deserve tolerance. Tolerance for their depravity is what has led to them gaining control over the narrative and the power to censor/punish those that disagree.

    Pity them, fine, but do not tolerate their actions. Not one bit.

  29. @songbird
    Having tuned out the mainstream media for a few years, I've been really shocked how these strange themes of twitter (racism and tranny rights in Ukraine) seem to be taking up so much space.

    Not only does it seem to speak to an overabundance of narcissism and power on the part of these groups, but there is something extremely weird and frankly scary about the way that they are being mentioned in virtually the same breath as nuclear war.

    It makes me feel that the US is totally ideologically committed to these things and there will never be a step back from them, until it all comes crashing down.

    Replies: @ic1000, @AndrewR, @martin_2

    > I’ve been really shocked how these strange themes of twitter (racism and tranny rights in Ukraine) seem to be taking up so much space.

    NBC illustrated your theme with a cryptic exchange on Nightly News With Lester Holt, last night. At the close of the Kyiv train station segment with an excitable on-the-scene report by a breathlessly excited correspondent, the anchor declaimed, “And of course we must all remain concerned about the treatment of People Of Color as the tumultuously disorganized evacuation continues.” “Yes, most indubitably so, Lester!”

    Huh?

    This exchange was about a tweet that had roiled Twitter earlier in the day, where one Person Of Color university student in Kyiv had posted a clip of rraacciisstt Ukranians pushing and shoving another hapless Person Of Color as he tried valiantly to claim his rightful place on an outbound train.

    Some other tweeter then spoiled the fun by posting a second clip, showing a whole slew of desperate mothers etc. on the platform, pushing and shoving at each other at the “All Aboard” signal.

    “And of course ix-nay on the esentful-ray emands-day for ecial-treatment-spay for IPOC-Bay in the midst of genuine agedy-tray” was Lester’s on-air secret message.

    I probably got a few details wrong, but can’t be bothered to find the links. Both the Twitter-storm and the journolist performance are easily googled.

    • Thanks: songbird
  30. Also the media.

    How To Ease Some of The Vicarious Trauma You May Be Feeling Right Now.
    It’s normal to feel anxious as you follow what’s unfolding in Ukraine. Here’s how to stay informed while protecting your mental health.
    https://www.huffpost.com/entry/vicarious-trauma-tips_l_6217a88de4b03d0c80350fc1

    Incidentally, ‘Vicarious Trauma’ is a great name for a band or a horse.

    Reuters, yeah 100% of the people doing the fighting and dying are Ukrainian, Russian or Chechen but look, some West African students are the true victims here.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @Altai

    The target audience of "vicarious trauma" stories spent the first days of the Ukrainian minor incursion high-fiving each other over excluding Russia from millennial homosexual activities and video games.
    An excellent apolitical thread on 4chan's tv board stumbled across a curious quirk of the woketards: they all superficially hate violence, but all passive-aggressively desire to violently dominate, so almost every woketard heroine has the magic power of screaming so screamingly that their scream batters a target like a torrent of kicks to the face. Supporting this idea were stills, promotional posters, and webms from the unwatchable series Motherland (no premise beyond what I just described; the poster is the three protagonists screaming at the observer and thus bewitching him, unless he enjoys fellatio), collages of characters from multiple different series doing the power scream, webms of especially gruesome yet hilariously silly screams, and the meme template Open-Mouthed Soy Boy. Scoffed one wag, "so they're nagging [a target] to death?"

    , @Veteran Aryan
    @Altai


    Incidentally, ‘Vicarious Trauma’ is a great name for a band or a horse.
     
    'Vicarious' is the name of a song by Tool:

    Stare like a junkie
    Into the TV
    Stare like a zombie
    While the mother
    Holds her child
    Watches him die
    Hands to the sky crying
    Why, oh why?
    'Cause I need to watch things die
    From a distance

    Vicariously I, live while the whole world dies
    You all need it too, don't lie

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h_TUP2vuaDs

    Replies: @SunBakedSuburb, @AndrewR

  31. @J.Ross
    @Elli

    That's something only a lawyer could accept. Gathering is a kind of planning. Gathering isn't instantaneous. The gatherers in most cases are probably neither silent nor discussing who wants coffee. So they're planning. Except to a lawyer, which is a person who thinks that vote fraud is democracy.

    Replies: @Elli

    If people gather just to hang out, wander the streets, and then some poor victim appears, an attack might have no more planning than a nudge and a look.

    99 times out of 100, they have a good time without attacking anyone.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @Elli

    I'm sure that sort of talk worked in the 70s but now in the most wordless examples we have video and the planning is obvious to anyone but an activist/lawyer.

  32. @Altai
    Also the media.

    How To Ease Some of The Vicarious Trauma You May Be Feeling Right Now.
    It’s normal to feel anxious as you follow what’s unfolding in Ukraine. Here’s how to stay informed while protecting your mental health.
    https://www.huffpost.com/entry/vicarious-trauma-tips_l_6217a88de4b03d0c80350fc1

    Incidentally, 'Vicarious Trauma' is a great name for a band or a horse.

    https://twitter.com/Reuters/status/1498279322414727169

    Reuters, yeah 100% of the people doing the fighting and dying are Ukrainian, Russian or Chechen but look, some West African students are the true victims here.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Veteran Aryan

    The target audience of “vicarious trauma” stories spent the first days of the Ukrainian minor incursion high-fiving each other over excluding Russia from millennial homosexual activities and video games.
    An excellent apolitical thread on 4chan’s tv board stumbled across a curious quirk of the woketards: they all superficially hate violence, but all passive-aggressively desire to violently dominate, so almost every woketard heroine has the magic power of screaming so screamingly that their scream batters a target like a torrent of kicks to the face. Supporting this idea were stills, promotional posters, and webms from the unwatchable series Motherland (no premise beyond what I just described; the poster is the three protagonists screaming at the observer and thus bewitching him, unless he enjoys fellatio), collages of characters from multiple different series doing the power scream, webms of especially gruesome yet hilariously silly screams, and the meme template Open-Mouthed Soy Boy. Scoffed one wag, “so they’re nagging [a target] to death?”

  33. @Elli
    @AceDeuce

    The word "premeditated" in section A does a lot of work to keep blacks from charged with lynching.

    Legally, there is no mob if the violence is spontaneous and not premediated.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @bomag

    “premeditated”… keeps blacks from being charged with lynching.

    Au contraire; they premeditate on it a great deal.

    Some would say they hardly think of anything else.

  34. @Mr. Anon
    @Dr. X

    Finally, they'll never be able to lynch Emmett Till again.

    Next order of business - the anti-Tar-and-Feathering act.

    Replies: @Clyde, @James J O'Meara

    Next order of business – the anti-Tar-and-Feathering act.

    You left out the part where the tarred and feathered man, then gets run out of town on a rail. Carried out of town… The details, which are kinda interesting. The tarred and feathered guy would be tied down to a long enough wooden fence rail. With the weight of his body resting on his balls and dick. His genitals. This was very painful. You might not ever get it up again. At minimum, you cannot walk right for a week or two. My guess.

    How do you remove and wash off tar and feathers? My guess it was done manually and with kerosene or similar distillate. I have worked w tar on my roof, and kerosene is what dissolves roofing tar. Kerosene is very painful on open skin and chaffed skin. But I used it to wipe tar (with old newspapers) off my fingers that had no open skin, and it works well.

  35. @reactionry
    Dear Steve:

    Russians know more than a thing or two about puberty-blocking drugs - and sub-lethal doses of radiation from a World War Three might also delay sexual maturation - as well as leading to cries of "Don't touch my hair; it's falling out!"

    I'm trying not to flip out here.

    Not Your Spiteful Mutant,
    Mary Lou Roentgen

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    “Mary Lou Roentgen”, hahahaaa!

  36. Transgender adherents may have to settle for just slightly lower than Top Priority during a war. It’s hard to transition fully when your paperwork gets blown to pieces, not to mention the rest of the hospital in which you were to have your transition surgery.

    Those tweets you’ve been sending? Well, the server was captured by the enemy. All your tweets are belong to us!

  37. As they cut away at The Bill of Rights, they need cover.
    Fake rights like trannies or hate crime laws are their cover.

    No free speech, freedom of religion, self-defense, etc. etc. etc.
    But plenty of fake feel good crap for the STUPID.

  38. I guess the old “Women, Minorities Hardest Hit” headline has become too gender-specific

  39. Congolese guy laughs at Ukrainians for treating him the same way as Ukrainian men. ABC News cries racism and discrimination.

    • Replies: @PiltdownMan
    @Lex

    He seemed to be enjoying himself spinning a yarn for the Black American reporter. He did let slip that Ukraine is a" white country."

  40. @Altai
    Also the media.

    How To Ease Some of The Vicarious Trauma You May Be Feeling Right Now.
    It’s normal to feel anxious as you follow what’s unfolding in Ukraine. Here’s how to stay informed while protecting your mental health.
    https://www.huffpost.com/entry/vicarious-trauma-tips_l_6217a88de4b03d0c80350fc1

    Incidentally, 'Vicarious Trauma' is a great name for a band or a horse.

    https://twitter.com/Reuters/status/1498279322414727169

    Reuters, yeah 100% of the people doing the fighting and dying are Ukrainian, Russian or Chechen but look, some West African students are the true victims here.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Veteran Aryan

    Incidentally, ‘Vicarious Trauma’ is a great name for a band or a horse.

    ‘Vicarious’ is the name of a song by Tool:

    Stare like a junkie
    Into the TV
    Stare like a zombie
    While the mother
    Holds her child
    Watches him die
    Hands to the sky crying
    Why, oh why?
    ‘Cause I need to watch things die
    From a distance

    Vicariously I, live while the whole world dies
    You all need it too, don’t lie

    [MORE]

    • Replies: @SunBakedSuburb
    @Veteran Aryan

    Tool is awesome.

    Replies: @Brutusale

    , @AndrewR
    @Veteran Aryan

    Check out Adam Monroe's piano/vocal cover of that song. He's so talented he got to tour with Billy Howerdel's band Ashes Divide.

  41. @Mr. Anon
    @Dr. X

    Finally, they'll never be able to lynch Emmett Till again.

    Next order of business - the anti-Tar-and-Feathering act.

    Replies: @Clyde, @James J O'Meara

    Don’t forget the Riding Out of Town on a Rail, um, rider.

  42. @Dr. X
    While inflation rages at home and the war rages in Europe, and oil prices exceeded $100... the House was busy doing the important stuff -- like passing the Emmett Till Anti-Lynching Act!!

    https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2022/03/01/house-passes-hate-crime-bill-emmett-till/9330077002/

    Replies: @Mr. Anon, @Joe Stalin

    Did any Republican attach a Blackety – Black Amendment to that?

  43. @Reg Cæsar
    @Alfa158


    I’m guessing the guy in this video is one young man who doesn’t have to worry about being dragooned into the Ukrainian Army and being sent to the front?
     
    Wouldn't work here. Our Selective Service System is among the last-- perhaps the last-- agency in the federal government that does not recognize "sex changes".


    Is Lia Thomas registered? Better be!

    Replies: @AndrewR

    Hopefully trans women get drafted before everyone else. Ladies first!

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @AndrewR


    Hopefully trans women get drafted before everyone else. Ladies first!
     
    I'd start with illegal aliens, who, like "trans women", are required to register under existing law.

    If they want to dodge the draft by leaving the country, nobody will stop them.

  44. @New Dealer
    iSteve deserves a prize for predicting World War T.

    I don’t care much for Marjorie Taylor Greene, but I had her live MAGA response to Biden’s State of the Union address on in the background, hoping to hear something funny (intended or not). Suddenly, something frightening happened. She started talking about “radical transgender ideology” and the live Youtube stream stopped mid-sentence and exited to a video withdrawn screen. Vigilant censorship of a live presentation for its political content! Later, I checked the Rumble stream and it didn’t end at the transgender mention but played the remaining few minutes to the end.

    Also today, the Russia Today app on my Samsung TV led to a black screen.

    Dystopia has fully arrived.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @AndrewR

    They’re just getting started with dystopia.

    • Agree: Ben tillman
  45. @songbird
    Having tuned out the mainstream media for a few years, I've been really shocked how these strange themes of twitter (racism and tranny rights in Ukraine) seem to be taking up so much space.

    Not only does it seem to speak to an overabundance of narcissism and power on the part of these groups, but there is something extremely weird and frankly scary about the way that they are being mentioned in virtually the same breath as nuclear war.

    It makes me feel that the US is totally ideologically committed to these things and there will never be a step back from them, until it all comes crashing down.

    Replies: @ic1000, @AndrewR, @martin_2

    It’s also very notable that by accusing the Ukrainians of transphobia and racism, they are demonstrably reducing the desire of their target audience to support Ukraine against the alleged Russian aggressors. The people who run our country aren’t just evil; they’re stupid. One wonders if that’s a good thing or a bad thing overall. I would say bad, given the risk of nuclear war now.

    • Agree: Ben tillman
  46. @The Germ Theory of Disease
    @J.Ross

    Whenever some schmuck mouths this "our democracy" twaddle in my presence, I tell them to recite the Pledge of Allegiance. When they get to "and to the Republic for which it stands" I tell them to stop right there, and contemplate their sins.

    The Constitution guarantees each of the states "a republican form of government." If I remember correctly, the word "democracy" does not appear once.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Reg Cæsar

    Doing God’s work, sir.

  47. @Elli
    @J.Ross

    If people gather just to hang out, wander the streets, and then some poor victim appears, an attack might have no more planning than a nudge and a look.

    99 times out of 100, they have a good time without attacking anyone.

    Replies: @J.Ross

    I’m sure that sort of talk worked in the 70s but now in the most wordless examples we have video and the planning is obvious to anyone but an activist/lawyer.

    • Agree: bomag
  48. @PaceLaw
    Well noted. The absurdity of the LGBTQ agenda and the DIE cultists can’t be underestimated. The Babylon Bee was even prescient enough to even predict the American response to Russian provocation.


    https://babylonbee.com/news/americas-armed-forces-ramp-up-inclusiveness-training-in-face-of-looming-war-in-ukraine

    Replies: @Prester John

    Just…can’t…make it up anymore.

  49. 1852 Charles MacKay “Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds.

    Coming to an Amazon near you.

    Or the free Ebook from the Gutenberg Project

    https://www.gutenberg.org/files/24518/24518-h/24518-h.htm

  50. Globohomo putting its satellite state on notice: If Ukraine wants to become a charter member of the Ancient Corruption they must begin the derangement process.

  51. @Veteran Aryan
    @Altai


    Incidentally, ‘Vicarious Trauma’ is a great name for a band or a horse.
     
    'Vicarious' is the name of a song by Tool:

    Stare like a junkie
    Into the TV
    Stare like a zombie
    While the mother
    Holds her child
    Watches him die
    Hands to the sky crying
    Why, oh why?
    'Cause I need to watch things die
    From a distance

    Vicariously I, live while the whole world dies
    You all need it too, don't lie

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h_TUP2vuaDs

    Replies: @SunBakedSuburb, @AndrewR

    Tool is awesome.

    • Replies: @Brutusale
    @SunBakedSuburb

    A lot of the young guys at the gym can't believe a 63-year old listens to Tool.

  52. In other encouraging news, the human-feces attack in an NYC subway station will be additionally prosecuted as a “hate crime,” since the unfortunate woman is Hispanic. But this nutjob du jour has several dozen prior arrests so you might think he hates everyone pretty equally. And if someone slams a bag of crap in my face I’m not going to waste time pondering his motivations.

    They’re also looking for another NYC homeless nut who has now attacked seven Asians. If America is going to split into two or more countries as Steve was discussing, it seems the first step would be to separate the blacks from the Asians

    • Replies: @Known Fact
    @Known Fact

    UPDATE: The feces guy is back out on the street, no bail required.

  53. @International Jew
    I'm surprised to see anything in the MSM now that's not totally rah-rah about Ukraine.

    Replies: @Paperback Writer

    There is no war fever in the US. Compared to 1991, 2001, and 2003, it’s quiet. The only people pumping for war are the Bluecheka.

  54. Anonymous[583] • Disclaimer says:

    Have you seen the Black Women’s Strike Force? This is an all black female commando unit,formed by American black students,to fight the Russian invasion.
    It has devastated Russian forces. To promote body positivity,they fight in the nude. One onlooker described them as a fierce fighting sisterhood.

  55. @songbird
    Having tuned out the mainstream media for a few years, I've been really shocked how these strange themes of twitter (racism and tranny rights in Ukraine) seem to be taking up so much space.

    Not only does it seem to speak to an overabundance of narcissism and power on the part of these groups, but there is something extremely weird and frankly scary about the way that they are being mentioned in virtually the same breath as nuclear war.

    It makes me feel that the US is totally ideologically committed to these things and there will never be a step back from them, until it all comes crashing down.

    Replies: @ic1000, @AndrewR, @martin_2

    It makes me feel that the US is totally ideologically committed to these things and there will never be a step back from them, until it all comes crashing down.

    That’s what I fear. The current dogmas regarding Race and Sex are completely mistaken and the desired ends are therefore unachievable. But the nutters who are behind it would sooner the world is engulfed in a Nuclear War than accept that.

  56. @The Germ Theory of Disease
    @J.Ross

    Whenever some schmuck mouths this "our democracy" twaddle in my presence, I tell them to recite the Pledge of Allegiance. When they get to "and to the Republic for which it stands" I tell them to stop right there, and contemplate their sins.

    The Constitution guarantees each of the states "a republican form of government." If I remember correctly, the word "democracy" does not appear once.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Reg Cæsar

    When they get to “and to the Republic for which it stands”

    I say “Republics”.

  57. @AndrewR
    @Reg Cæsar

    Hopefully trans women get drafted before everyone else. Ladies first!

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    Hopefully trans women get drafted before everyone else. Ladies first!

    I’d start with illegal aliens, who, like “trans women”, are required to register under existing law.

    If they want to dodge the draft by leaving the country, nobody will stop them.

  58. @Lex
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rUja0J6mMds

    Congolese guy laughs at Ukrainians for treating him the same way as Ukrainian men. ABC News cries racism and discrimination.

    Replies: @PiltdownMan

    He seemed to be enjoying himself spinning a yarn for the Black American reporter. He did let slip that Ukraine is a” white country.”

  59. …changing legal documents to match gender…

    Changing legal documents to match insanity. FIFY

  60. @Known Fact
    In other encouraging news, the human-feces attack in an NYC subway station will be additionally prosecuted as a "hate crime," since the unfortunate woman is Hispanic. But this nutjob du jour has several dozen prior arrests so you might think he hates everyone pretty equally. And if someone slams a bag of crap in my face I'm not going to waste time pondering his motivations.

    They're also looking for another NYC homeless nut who has now attacked seven Asians. If America is going to split into two or more countries as Steve was discussing, it seems the first step would be to separate the blacks from the Asians

    Replies: @Known Fact

    UPDATE: The feces guy is back out on the street, no bail required.

  61. @Veteran Aryan
    @Altai


    Incidentally, ‘Vicarious Trauma’ is a great name for a band or a horse.
     
    'Vicarious' is the name of a song by Tool:

    Stare like a junkie
    Into the TV
    Stare like a zombie
    While the mother
    Holds her child
    Watches him die
    Hands to the sky crying
    Why, oh why?
    'Cause I need to watch things die
    From a distance

    Vicariously I, live while the whole world dies
    You all need it too, don't lie

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h_TUP2vuaDs

    Replies: @SunBakedSuburb, @AndrewR

    Check out Adam Monroe’s piano/vocal cover of that song. He’s so talented he got to tour with Billy Howerdel’s band Ashes Divide.

  62. @SunBakedSuburb
    @Veteran Aryan

    Tool is awesome.

    Replies: @Brutusale

    A lot of the young guys at the gym can’t believe a 63-year old listens to Tool.

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