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  1. Osagie Obasobie? Ima go out on a limb here and suggest that he probably doesn’t have deep ancestral roots in the US. What is an immigrant doing lecturing us about race? His ancestors probably profitted from selling captives to the Jewish slave traders.

    • Replies: @Clyde

    Osagie Obasobie?
     
    Nigerian type name by default to me. Others can confirm/deny/do a proper search.
    File under: Know your foreign born loud mouths. The Obama regime has been a God send to them.
    , @Barnard
    A rebuttal telling Mr. Obasobie he needs to pay reparations for slavery because of his west African heritage would be a fun read.
    , @International Jew
    I imagine his ancestors made a lot more money off good ol' Christian Protestant Yankee slave traders. First because there were a lot more of them than us, and second because we never pay retail.
    , @Olorin
    Come now. Nigerians are the Billion Strong High Tech Labor Force of Tomorrow.

    Everything they say on everything is righter than anything you think you know.

    Dinyu get that memo?
    , @Bee
    "suggest that he probably doesn’t have deep ancestral roots in the US"

    Agreed, people without "deep ancestral roots in the US shouldn't lecture us about the US. which is why Donald Trump (whose only American-born ancestor is his father) should drop out of the race and shut his yap.
    , @Mark Eugenikos
    Op-Ed writing for NYT, just another job Americans won't do.
    , @Bee
    As for the "Jewish slave traders", yeah, Jews were something like 2% of slave traders... which in Sailer terms should lead to an article about how "slave traders were Jewish" (which means non-Jewish whites shouldn't be blamed for the slave trade) and how now Jews/Salon staffers/etc. deny ever being a part of it (no one denies that 2%).
  2. That one was right over the plate…as always, the political left’s insistence on “equality” actually means anything but when applied to a protected class. Same with its concept of social “justice.”

  3. Of course, Obama and Holder ordering a federal investigation of the Ferguson police department because a black guy who attacked a cop and reached for said cop’s gun got shot by the cop isn’t at all racial in tenor.

    I think Trump’s popularity is partly explained by White people getting fed up at the constant fabrications, exaggerations, distortions and just plain lies about the supposed constant and terrifying spectre of White racism.

    The more the NYT and the rest of the MSM keeps singing the tune of the Noble Minority valiantly defending their dignity against the perfidy of White Bigotry, the stronger the reaction to it will be. Trump may not necessarily win the election, but he has ignited a movement that will be a force to be reckoned with over the next few years.

    • Replies: @Buzz Mohawk

    Trump may not necessarily win the election, but he has ignited a movement that will be a force to be reckoned with over the next few years.
     
    If he doesn't win, let's hope we don't all just fade away like old MacArthur soldiers.

    Those of us half a century old or more have witnessed drastic changes in the US and the Western World, and not for the better. The misguided effort toward "progress" and a global community has made us less free, poorer, and without real countries. It has brought us down to the lowest common denominator; it had to, because we were so far ahead of the rest of this globe we have been forced to join.

    Steve's NTY example here illustrates the split mind we are supposed to have now. Read Orwell's 1984 if you haven't; learn about doublethink.

    Your handle indicates you are a millennial. Please keep the faith and teach your peers. You'll be around to find out how things go. It could be very bad if you don't turn it around.

    , @tbraton
    I turned on the TV last night in order to catch the 11:00 pm repeat of the O'Reilly show who had Donald Trump as his guest for the first 15 minutes and caught the last segment on Hannity (about the 10:50 pm mark), who was talking to two blacks, a relatively conservative black woman and a liberal black man. I didn't catch his name, but the black man launched into a tirade about how Donald Trump was responsible for all the violence that has been cropping up at his rallies. I think the Democrats are smart enough to realize that all the TV footage showing out-of-control Mexican thugs beating up on peaceful Trump supporters is not playing well for their candidate and are trying to throw the blame for the violence on Trump.
  4. We must hold these two contrary beliefs as self-evident.

    • Agree: ben tillman
  5. @AndrewR
    Osagie Obasobie? Ima go out on a limb here and suggest that he probably doesn't have deep ancestral roots in the US. What is an immigrant doing lecturing us about race? His ancestors probably profitted from selling captives to the Jewish slave traders.

    Osagie Obasobie?

    Nigerian type name by default to me. Others can confirm/deny/do a proper search.
    File under: Know your foreign born loud mouths. The Obama regime has been a God send to them.

  6. I assume that Donald Trump’s lawyers eventually will submit a legal motion detailing the “unfair” and “horrible” decisions made by Gonzalo “La Raza Lawyer” Curiel in this case. The publication of that motion to remove Curiel from the case will advance the discussion.

    In the meantime, the public should become aware that the Clinton Crime Family has made millions of dollars from a for-profit school named “Laureate Education”.

    Here are some excerpts from a Breitbart article:

    …. In April 2015, Bill Clinton was forced to abruptly resign from his lucrative perch as honorary chancellor of Laureate Education, a for-profit college company. The reason for Clinton’s immediate departure: … Laureate funneled Bill Clinton $16.46 million over five years while Hillary Clinton’s State Dept. pumped at least $55 million to a group run by Laureate’s founder and chairman, Douglas Becker, a man with strong ties to the Clinton Global Initiative.

    Laureate has donated between $1 million and $5 million … to the Clinton Foundation. ….

    As the Washington Post reports, “Laureate has stirred controversy throughout Latin America, where it derives two-thirds of its revenue.”

    During Bill Clinton’s tenure as Laureate’s chancellor, the school spent over $200 million a year on aggressive telemarketing, flashy Internet banner ads, and billboards designed to lure often unprepared students from impoverished countries to enroll in its for-profit classes.

    The goal: get as many students, regardless of skill level, signed up and paying tuition. …..

    …. Rio state legislator Robson Leite who led a probe into Bill Clinton’s embattled for-profit education scheme, say the company is all about extracting cash, not educating students. “They have turned education into a commodity that focuses more on profit than knowledge,” said Leite. ….

    …. for five years, Bill Clinton allowed his face and name to be plastered all over Laureate’s marketing materials. As Clinton Cash reported, pictures of Bill Clinton even lined the walkways at campuses like Laureate’s Bilgi University in Istanbul, Turkey. That Laureate has campuses in Turkey is odd, given that for-profit colleges are illegal there, as well as in Mexico and Chile where Laureate also operates.

    Shortly after Bill Clinton’s lucrative 2010 Laureate appointment, Hillary Clinton’s State Dept. began pumping millions of its USAID dollars to a sister nonprofit, International Youth Foundation (IYF), which is run by Laureate’s founder and chairman, Douglas Becker. Indeed, State Dept. funding skyrocketed once Bill Clinton got on the Laureate payroll ….

    …. in 2009, the year before Bill Clinton joined Laureate, the nonprofit received 11 grants worth $9 million from the State Department or the affiliated USAID. In 2010, the group received 14 grants worth $15.1 million. In 2011, 13 grants added up to $14.6 million. The following year, those numbers jumped: IYF received 21 grants worth $25.5 million, including a direct grant from the State Department. …

    http://www.breitbart.com/2016-presidential-race/2016/06/02/hillary-university-bill-clinton-bagged-16-46-million-from-for-profit-college-as-state-dept-funneled-55-million-back/

    • Replies: @International Jew
    That's interesting, but really, no one associated with a traditional college, however august, that offers degrees in sociology has any business throwing stones at for-profit colleges.
    , @Olorin

    The goal: get as many students, regardless of skill level, signed up and paying tuition. …..
     
    Not paying tuition, Mike. Borrowing money.

    I read somewhere that education debt has surpassed mortgage debt in the US, and will try to remember to check those numbers a bit later in the day.
    , @ben tillman

    During Bill Clinton’s tenure as Laureate’s chancellor, the school spent over $200 million a year on aggressive telemarketing....
     
    $200 million a year? Hard to believe.

    Thanks for posting this. This is astoundingly corrupt.

  7. OT: but this is the latest Aztec warrior to take a courageous stand against the racism of a border wall

  8. My favorite is all the neocons/liberal interventionists complaining about how Trump will start un-necessary wars…

    • Agree: ATX Hipster
  9. @MoodyMillennial
    Of course, Obama and Holder ordering a federal investigation of the Ferguson police department because a black guy who attacked a cop and reached for said cop's gun got shot by the cop isn't at all racial in tenor.

    I think Trump's popularity is partly explained by White people getting fed up at the constant fabrications, exaggerations, distortions and just plain lies about the supposed constant and terrifying spectre of White racism.

    The more the NYT and the rest of the MSM keeps singing the tune of the Noble Minority valiantly defending their dignity against the perfidy of White Bigotry, the stronger the reaction to it will be. Trump may not necessarily win the election, but he has ignited a movement that will be a force to be reckoned with over the next few years.

    Trump may not necessarily win the election, but he has ignited a movement that will be a force to be reckoned with over the next few years.

    If he doesn’t win, let’s hope we don’t all just fade away like old MacArthur soldiers.

    Those of us half a century old or more have witnessed drastic changes in the US and the Western World, and not for the better. The misguided effort toward “progress” and a global community has made us less free, poorer, and without real countries. It has brought us down to the lowest common denominator; it had to, because we were so far ahead of the rest of this globe we have been forced to join.

    Steve’s NTY example here illustrates the split mind we are supposed to have now. Read Orwell’s 1984 if you haven’t; learn about doublethink.

    Your handle indicates you are a millennial. Please keep the faith and teach your peers. You’ll be around to find out how things go. It could be very bad if you don’t turn it around.

    • Replies: @rod1963
    If Trump doesn't win, we're finished as a country. Hillary and the Left will see to it.

    You better take a good look around you. Race replacement has been accelerated, Silicon Valley giants Facebook, Google and others have already declared war against Americans and Europeans by censoring their online comments and even reporting them to the authorities in Europe. The same will happen here if Hillary wins. Gun confiscation is a given once Hillary wins.

    The Left and the Globalist men-children of Silicon Valley have already equated Trump and his followers with being Nazis. You don't do this unless you're planning on doing something bad to them. Think about this. Nazis are the only people that it's seen okay to do violence against.

    Remember violence and intimidation are part and parcel of Socialism/Leftism and for that matter any authoritarian movement. Look at Argentina, Venezuela. In Europe, England, Sweden and Germany have a host of laws that can land you in a world of hurt if you just say the wrong thing.

    This is right out of the Soviet Union and it doesn't even get a mention anymore.

    The point in this is that hammer is going to drop on us whether we like it or not if Trump loses and they will make sure his movement dies.
    , @Thea
    The west sent doctors and aid all over the world, thus increasing the population. They will not thank us.
  10. Does the “K” in Osagie K. Obasobie stand for Kinte or Kunta?

  11. @MoodyMillennial
    Of course, Obama and Holder ordering a federal investigation of the Ferguson police department because a black guy who attacked a cop and reached for said cop's gun got shot by the cop isn't at all racial in tenor.

    I think Trump's popularity is partly explained by White people getting fed up at the constant fabrications, exaggerations, distortions and just plain lies about the supposed constant and terrifying spectre of White racism.

    The more the NYT and the rest of the MSM keeps singing the tune of the Noble Minority valiantly defending their dignity against the perfidy of White Bigotry, the stronger the reaction to it will be. Trump may not necessarily win the election, but he has ignited a movement that will be a force to be reckoned with over the next few years.

    I turned on the TV last night in order to catch the 11:00 pm repeat of the O’Reilly show who had Donald Trump as his guest for the first 15 minutes and caught the last segment on Hannity (about the 10:50 pm mark), who was talking to two blacks, a relatively conservative black woman and a liberal black man. I didn’t catch his name, but the black man launched into a tirade about how Donald Trump was responsible for all the violence that has been cropping up at his rallies. I think the Democrats are smart enough to realize that all the TV footage showing out-of-control Mexican thugs beating up on peaceful Trump supporters is not playing well for their candidate and are trying to throw the blame for the violence on Trump.

    • Replies: @Jefferson
    "I think the Democrats are smart enough to realize that all the TV footage showing out-of-control Mexican thugs beating up on peaceful Trump supporters is not playing well for their candidate and are trying to throw the blame for the violence on Trump."

    The Left is trying to spin it and say that those violent Mexican thugs are Right Wing Donald Trump supporters.

    Why would violent Mexican thugs want a Right Wing immigration policy for The U.S? So they can have less competition from Illegal Immigrants in the drug trade?
    , @Jim Sweeney
    His name is: Eric Guster, a motor-mouthed lawyer who tries to bully any panelists with whom he shares a time-spot. He is where he is first because he's black and because he spews like the allegedly reverends Jackson and Sharpton. Hannity's show is becoming a series of shouting match es which he fails to control. When that happens, I usually switch to the Tennis Channel which is not particularly diverse. I watch it with the sound muted as the commentators are awful.

    O'Reilly's show has similar shouting segments almost always when Juan Williams, another black motor-mouth, is a panelist or when that runty greaseball, Rivera, is on. He's the latino version of the black Baptist preacher model.

    One interesting characteristic of the motor-mouths and progressive reporters is their nearly universal lack of military service. Check Wikipedia on your pet peeve panelist and see what I mean. Hilary even married a draft-dodger and wasn't it one of their staffers who said she: "Loathed the military"?
  12. @AndrewR
    Osagie Obasobie? Ima go out on a limb here and suggest that he probably doesn't have deep ancestral roots in the US. What is an immigrant doing lecturing us about race? His ancestors probably profitted from selling captives to the Jewish slave traders.

    A rebuttal telling Mr. Obasobie he needs to pay reparations for slavery because of his west African heritage would be a fun read.

  13. OT: Kevin Drum follows up his post 187 post with another where he maintains that prop 187 didn’t hurt Republicans but that they need to support amnesty and affirmative action anyway

    http://www.motherjones.com/kevin-drum/2016/06/prop-187-still-myth

    • Replies: @Maj. Kong
    That's an unoriginal argument for the neoconservative view.

    Drum edged a bit too close to realtalk there. Essentially he admitted that non-whites demand anti-white policies in exchange for their votes.
  14. • Replies: @Lurker
    Completely OT because the rigorous immigration screening process would never allow anyone in who intended to chop up and eat albinos.
    , @Lurker
    Completely OT because the rigorous immigration screening process would never allow anyone in who intended to chop up and eat albinos.
    , @SPMoore8
    Yes, OT, but I will out-OT you. Vox, Jezebel, or The Atlantic won't be writing stories about the murder and dismemberment of albinos. They will, however, insist you read the statement of the woman who was sexually assaulted at Stanford, all 12 K words. Don't miss the part where she compares them to the Twin Towers on 9/11:

    You have dragged me through this hell with you, dipped me back into that night again and again. You knocked down both our towers, I collapsed at the same time you did.
     
    http://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2016/jun/06/stanford-sexual-assault-case-victim-impact-statement-in-full
    , @Cynical Observer
    Looking to get a piece of that white privilege.
  15. Off topic Steve, but have you been following the Brock Turner rape case at Stanford?

    Finally, a defendant who (1) actually sexually assaulted someone; and (2) pretty much fits the Left’s narrative.

    Here’s an angle which is worth consideration: Was Turner juicing? To be on the swim team at Stanford is quite an achievement. Also, the attack he engaged in is out of character for the kind of students they have at Stanford. Last, the police report, which seems pretty believable, says that Turner still had an erection after he’d been chased, tackled, and held down by some other students.

    • Replies: @Marcus
    The left, from legacy media to tumblr, is in seventh heaven right now. My only question is whether they would've preferred it to have happened at a less leftist university/locale?
    , @ben tillman

    Here’s an angle which is worth consideration: Was Turner juicing? To be on the swim team at Stanford is quite an achievement. Also, the attack he engaged in is out of character for the kind of students they have at Stanford.
     
    No, it's not. It happens all the time at places like Stanford.
    , @ben tillman
    delete
  16. Abe says: • Website

    (to plagiarize my own comment from another board…)

    Only WE get to point out the race of judges:

    “Donald Trump released a list of potential nominees for the U.S. Supreme Court if he’s elected President. He named 11 Federal and state judges, 8 men and 3 women, ALL OF THEM WHITE.”

    Judy Woodruff, PBS NEWSHOUR

    http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/news-wrap-trump-reveals-list-of-prospective-supreme-court-picks/

    • Replies: @Buffalo Joe
    Abe, Trump needed to released a "Chinese Menu" of potential court nominees. You know, take one from column A and one from column B, and no substitutions allowed. Funny, how the left always rails that we need a _________(insert term Here) judge. So right now we are one black woman shy of an acceptable Supreme Court, and hopefully, the old whites will all die off soon and Thomas too.
  17. TB2 says:

    H/T Rebellion blog:

    “Our gender and national origins may and will make a difference in our judging. … I would hope that a wise Latina woman with the richness of her experiences would more often than not reach a better conclusion than a white male who hasn’t lived that life.” – Justice Sonia Sotomayor

  18. Whether or not we can win this argument in the court of public opinion should be a critical litmus test for whether or not Trump can win the election. If anyone can win this argument, it’s Trump.

    As most everyone posting here knows, Curiel is a perfect example of a minority whose allegiance is not to Americans or to the Constitution, but rather to Hispanic people in general and to Mexican nationalism in particular. Lets see if Trump can win this argument right in front of the American people – it would be a huge victory for the American cause. And it would be a very good indicator that Trump will indeed pull this off. Lets see.

  19. Sean says:

    Requesting a judge drop out of a case he has been assigned is probably rare because the judges don’t acceded and retaliate. But Trump was quite correct to object to a judge in a old case given that the judge had said he would not be intimidated by Trump. Patty Hearst’s trial judge said similar things before the case and gave her cause to regret not objecting to him.

    http://www.wnd.com/2016/06/trump-u-judges-group-tied-to-national-council-of-laraza/
    Gonzalo Curiel opened the door to questions about his impartiality when he choose to become associated with a group with La Ranza in its title.

  20. @Buzz Mohawk
    OT ? :

    http://www.cbsnews.com/news/malawi-albinos-hunted-and-murdered-for-their-limbs/

    Completely OT because the rigorous immigration screening process would never allow anyone in who intended to chop up and eat albinos.

    • Agree: International Jew
    • Replies: @Dirk Dagger
    Sometimes you jess gits HUNGRY for some white meat. I go all gringo by broiling and adding just una pizca de sal. Toast points on the side.
  21. @Buzz Mohawk
    OT ? :

    http://www.cbsnews.com/news/malawi-albinos-hunted-and-murdered-for-their-limbs/

    Completely OT because the rigorous immigration screening process would never allow anyone in who intended to chop up and eat albinos.

  22. Sometimes the cognitive whiplash of Affirmative Action is just hard to take.

    We are pressed, and pressed again, to look past the usual qualifications of merit and hire or admit an Affirmative Action candidate, and to embrace the idea that this person will provide a “distinctive point of view” peculiar to their background. But then, after this person is hired or admitted, we are called out as racists if we reflect on any way in which this person might not be as objective or meritorious because of the very way this person was selected, and its justifications. Suddenly, now that they have the position, they are one and all every bit as dispassionate and capable as anyone selected purely for their merit and temperament, and it’s racist to suggest otherwise. We are simply not allowed to recall or bring up exactly what had gone on in placing them in their position.

    And yet, of course: Everybody knows what went on, and what it means, including the people calling out the doubters as “racist”. Everybody.

    And they say we are not a religious society.

    • Replies: @Mark Eugenikos
    That is a very lucid observation; thank you for sharing.
  23. I predict within the next year you’re going to have a major political figure/pundit get on a major news show/channel and call out blacks for their high crime rates and that the police profiling of them is their own dang fault and that blaming whitey is a ruse. He/she might also call out Obama for starting the Zimmerman lynching, the Ferguson riots, and the Baltimore riots.

    And this figure will do this several times without apology and be big news, and be denounced by all the usual suspects, and yet develop a following. And I don’t think it will be Donald Trump.

    The Overton Window is shifting. Black bad behavior and black crime statistics are shining through on the internet, and the anti-pc forces are gathering steam. And whites are getting fed up with being told they have to lose every argument and be degraded at every turn—or else they are “racist.”

    • Replies: @prusmc
    Great thought but will never happen after Hillary is elected the House and Senate return to democrats and Clinton fills the lower judiciary with cronies and affirmative action hires and support personnel. Follow with three new scotus appointments.
    , @Dave
    We already had a political figure who did just that and his name was Rudy Giuliani. As a New Yorker I can assure you that Rudy unapologetically stated everything you just did on many occasions and never back tracked or apologized in any way. He did it for his entire career as Mayor and was loved by the white ethnic working classes and reviled by the black community and their enablers in media and academia.
    Trump knows Rudy personally and learned well the lesson that telling harsh truths can lead to great political success.
    , @Altai
    Didn't Bill Clinton come very close to this already? He basically said his policy of locking up huge proportions of he black male population between the ages of 18 to 24 was one he stood by. What was surprising was how everyone ceased caring so quickly. There wasn't an angle that hurt Trump. (Or it was a manufactured outburst to make Hilary seem less of a true believer, but was abandoned as a strategy for some reason)
  24. @Buzz Mohawk

    Trump may not necessarily win the election, but he has ignited a movement that will be a force to be reckoned with over the next few years.
     
    If he doesn't win, let's hope we don't all just fade away like old MacArthur soldiers.

    Those of us half a century old or more have witnessed drastic changes in the US and the Western World, and not for the better. The misguided effort toward "progress" and a global community has made us less free, poorer, and without real countries. It has brought us down to the lowest common denominator; it had to, because we were so far ahead of the rest of this globe we have been forced to join.

    Steve's NTY example here illustrates the split mind we are supposed to have now. Read Orwell's 1984 if you haven't; learn about doublethink.

    Your handle indicates you are a millennial. Please keep the faith and teach your peers. You'll be around to find out how things go. It could be very bad if you don't turn it around.

    If Trump doesn’t win, we’re finished as a country. Hillary and the Left will see to it.

    You better take a good look around you. Race replacement has been accelerated, Silicon Valley giants Facebook, Google and others have already declared war against Americans and Europeans by censoring their online comments and even reporting them to the authorities in Europe. The same will happen here if Hillary wins. Gun confiscation is a given once Hillary wins.

    The Left and the Globalist men-children of Silicon Valley have already equated Trump and his followers with being Nazis. You don’t do this unless you’re planning on doing something bad to them. Think about this. Nazis are the only people that it’s seen okay to do violence against.

    Remember violence and intimidation are part and parcel of Socialism/Leftism and for that matter any authoritarian movement. Look at Argentina, Venezuela. In Europe, England, Sweden and Germany have a host of laws that can land you in a world of hurt if you just say the wrong thing.

    This is right out of the Soviet Union and it doesn’t even get a mention anymore.

    The point in this is that hammer is going to drop on us whether we like it or not if Trump loses and they will make sure his movement dies.

    • Agree: The Anti-Gnostic, BB753
    • Replies: @Kylie
    So well said. Thank you.

    I totally agree that Trump is literally our last hope. I do not think he can turn things around but he can put the brakes on to a degree that will allow us some time and room in which to maneuver.

    The alternative is a nightmare scenario I don't have the stomach to consider.

    I'm far from the only woman who thinks this. It's heartening to see how many conservative women get it.
    , @Anonym
    And this is exactly why I believe that SFG is wrong and Trump is going to ride to victory on the highest white percentage of the vote and turnout that has ever been seen. The danger is now clear and present. That was not the case in Enoch Powell's day.
    , @Sutton
    The Left will view this Trump unpleasantness ,if he loses, as a Mao-ey "Let a Thousand Flowers Bloom" situation and move in for the final kill off of the White World.
    , @Ed
    The last stand of the Anglosphere is this year. Britain in a few weeks & USA in a few months. The leave side is gaining in the UK in the polls but I'm sure the elites will unite to put the fright into them.

    As for the USA. I think Trump will win but it'll depend on white women. Can they get past temperament & think about their children? Then again maybe that's the problem many don't have children to worry about.
    , @Charles Erwin Wilson
    Rod, you have way too much confidence in the ability of our foes. HRC would not be the standard-bearer if Left had its preferences, and neither would be Bernie the pathetic Crusty Clown. Venezuela looms large, and the Left's dishonesty has been shown by Jonathan Gruber and Ben Rhodes, once again. If you were to construct a weaker hand for them you would be hard pressed to outdo what they have done.

    Trump wins. But the downside is Trump will be the dog that caught the car. Once he has won, what does he do?
  25. Off topic, but not really, someone should work on a way of making Unz articles more facebookable. I tried to put this one up, but I couldn’t select a picture that made it obvious what it was talking about. The only one you can select which shows the whole post is heavily cropped. On top of that the inserted byline is just a list of commentators at Unz. This is not the first time I have wanted to post a Steve Sailer article and decided against because people would have to click even to have the first idea what it was on about.

  26. Another Trump as Haven Monahan moment.

    • Replies: @BenKenobi
    So should we go Spartacus - "I am Haven Monahan."

    Or should we go Fight Club - "His name was Haven Monahan."
  27. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    Okay, here’s an NPR news story from last year that involves the DOJ, a lawsuit, questioning a judge’s bias because of ethnicity, and Mexicans (author of NPR story):

    http://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2015/11/03/454394225/government-settles-lawsuit-filed-by-iranian-american-judge

    U.S. Government Settles Lawsuit Filed By Iranian-American Judge

    November 3, 2015. 11:57 PM ET
    Richard Gonzales

    The Justice Department has settled with an Iranian-American immigration judge who alleged that her superiors had ordered her not to hear cases involving Iranian nationals.

  28. Let’s be honest, Trump University was really questionable. Instead of talking about the embarrassing specifics of the operation, we’re talking about the judge’s ethnic background. Another brilliant move by The Donald.

    The only way Donald Trump can win is by being Donald Trump. So far, so good. He’ll also need to pick a VP candidate that the establishment hates even more than him.

    • Replies: @granesperanzablanco
    Right people are projecting deep thoughts onto Donald Trump's motives losing sight that we have a presidential candidate who ran a scam "university" and might just be one of the world's best grifters. Everything is personal for Donald Trump and everything about Trump is about self-aggrandizement.

    I feel people here just want to turn back the clock so badly they are ignoring how bad this guy is. Donald Trump is nothing like a great man

    , @Stephen R. Diamond

    Trump University was really questionable. The only way Donald Trump can win is by being Donald Trump.
     
    It's also the only way he'll avoid ruin (and perhaps criminal charges) over Trump University. (He's even threatening to sue the change while president.) His "brand" will be toast when he loses. "Don the Con" he'll be christened.

    [Why does someone become a presidential candidate with an ignominious fraud charge over his head? No one would do it - except for leverage to beat the suit.]

    Trump never had a chance. The danger is that the odiousness demonstrated palpably in the "playbook" for Trump University will provide Hillary Clinton with a mandate.

    Spoil your ballot on election day!
    , @Ed
    I don't see any difference between Trump U & your typical university. Take some of these private HBCUs for example like Morehouse. The avg. SAT score for its students is around 1000 M+V, its net cost to students is 30k a year. Yet less than 60% of its students earn more than a high school graduate ($25k) six years after they've enrolled. Needless to say the default rate & debt burden are very high for its students. In fact it rivals the so called bad for profit schools. Yet few attack these schools or call them cons.
    https://collegescorecard.ed.gov/school/?140553-Morehouse-College
  29. @Desiderius
    Another Trump as Haven Monahan moment.

    So should we go Spartacus – “I am Haven Monahan.”

    Or should we go Fight Club – “His name was Haven Monahan.”

  30. Steve must have a mole working at the NYT. That was a bigger meatball than they threw Jeter at the All Star Game.

    • Replies: @Anonym
    My guess is that not every journo at the NYT enjoys being a traitor subject to the whims of Salim. This is the NYT blinking in morse code.
  31. @Buzz Mohawk
    OT ? :

    http://www.cbsnews.com/news/malawi-albinos-hunted-and-murdered-for-their-limbs/

    Yes, OT, but I will out-OT you. Vox, Jezebel, or The Atlantic won’t be writing stories about the murder and dismemberment of albinos. They will, however, insist you read the statement of the woman who was sexually assaulted at Stanford, all 12 K words. Don’t miss the part where she compares them to the Twin Towers on 9/11:

    You have dragged me through this hell with you, dipped me back into that night again and again. You knocked down both our towers, I collapsed at the same time you did.

    http://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2016/jun/06/stanford-sexual-assault-case-victim-impact-statement-in-full

    • Replies: @Threecranes
    God help me but, not meaning any disrespect, I read as much of her diatribe as I could, scanned most of it and so help me God it looks as though she was so drunk she pretty much was complicit in what happened. Did anyone read the whole thing? Correct me if I'm wrong. I'm serious. I don't condone rape. But she seemed to have gone along with most or all of what happened. I just couldn't get through the whole long, self-absorbed blabber.
    , @Jim Don Bob
    It's a bad thing that happened to her and it sounds like the swimmer got less jail time than he deserved, BUT...

    Nowhere in her 12k word screed does she take any responsibility much less acknowledge that getting passed out drunk around a bunch of strangers is a Real Bad Idea. She is 23 years old for cryin' out loud.
    , @27 year old
    Finally, the great white defendant
    , @Olorin
    DAMN, but some women drink past their limit....
  32. I know it’s not the point of Steve’s comparison but I read Obasogie’s op-ed in the Times opinion page and, predictably, he makes the typical innumerate-liberal’s math errors. He takes a simple percentage e.g. number of black convicts (who had murdered whites) executed in Georgia versus number of black convicts who had murdered blacks, and, finding a disparity, cries “FOUL!”.

    By his reasoning though, it could be just as cogently argued that more blacks who had murdered blacks should be executed to even things up a bit. But for some reason, he doesn’t draw that conclusion.

    Further, I doubt if he bothered to check whether the study had given any weight to whether those executed at higher rates had committed other felonies. At any rate, he makes no mention of holding other variables constant.

  33. Hey, maybe Mr. Trump is on to something.

    Since I am descended from German Jews, perhaps I could use the same logic that Trump (nee Drumpf) is descended from German Christians and, therefore, is inherently biased against me

    • Replies: @iSteveFan
    Or we could use the same logic against you.
    , @Jefferson
    "Hey, maybe Mr. Trump is on to something.

    Since I am descended from German Jews, perhaps I could use the same logic that Trump (nee Drumpf) is descended from German Christians and, therefore, is inherently biased against me"

    Yeah there is so much German Christian on Jew violence in 2016.
    , @Judah Benjamin Hur
    If Trump were a member of an organization called "The Aryan Race," I'd be worried. Instead, he lives in Manhattan and has 6 Jews in his immediate family.

    Trump wants to build the Great Wall of Trump and deport illegal aliens and has a case in front of a Mexican-American judge who is a member of La Raza. Anyone in that situation would think "Oh, shit!" The only difference is Trump says it.
  34. @SPMoore8
    Yes, OT, but I will out-OT you. Vox, Jezebel, or The Atlantic won't be writing stories about the murder and dismemberment of albinos. They will, however, insist you read the statement of the woman who was sexually assaulted at Stanford, all 12 K words. Don't miss the part where she compares them to the Twin Towers on 9/11:

    You have dragged me through this hell with you, dipped me back into that night again and again. You knocked down both our towers, I collapsed at the same time you did.
     
    http://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2016/jun/06/stanford-sexual-assault-case-victim-impact-statement-in-full

    God help me but, not meaning any disrespect, I read as much of her diatribe as I could, scanned most of it and so help me God it looks as though she was so drunk she pretty much was complicit in what happened. Did anyone read the whole thing? Correct me if I’m wrong. I’m serious. I don’t condone rape. But she seemed to have gone along with most or all of what happened. I just couldn’t get through the whole long, self-absorbed blabber.

    • Replies: @SPMoore8
    Well, personally, I'm not offended. I really don't know what happened, but it's a given that the woman in question was so drunk she has no memory of going to the party with her sister or anything that happened after that until she woke up in the hospital. (She was about 4 years older than the guy.)

    There's no question that some kind of sexual assault took place inasmuch as she blacked out, lost consciousness, and with a BAC three times the limit for intoxication was clearly in no position to give consent. However, in fact, no one claims PIV; it is claimed that he touched her down there and was dry humping her. Outside of that, I don't know what to say, except that, clearly, if someone drinks that much they bear some responsibility for their actions.

    As for her statement, I thought it was incredibly self-indulgent. I expect she will go public in short order to draw even more attention to herself, and her literary skills.
    , @Chrisnonymous
    Yes, long and self-absorbed... what do they call that over at the Chateau? Hamster wheel?
  35. @Threecranes
    God help me but, not meaning any disrespect, I read as much of her diatribe as I could, scanned most of it and so help me God it looks as though she was so drunk she pretty much was complicit in what happened. Did anyone read the whole thing? Correct me if I'm wrong. I'm serious. I don't condone rape. But she seemed to have gone along with most or all of what happened. I just couldn't get through the whole long, self-absorbed blabber.

    Well, personally, I’m not offended. I really don’t know what happened, but it’s a given that the woman in question was so drunk she has no memory of going to the party with her sister or anything that happened after that until she woke up in the hospital. (She was about 4 years older than the guy.)

    There’s no question that some kind of sexual assault took place inasmuch as she blacked out, lost consciousness, and with a BAC three times the limit for intoxication was clearly in no position to give consent. However, in fact, no one claims PIV; it is claimed that he touched her down there and was dry humping her. Outside of that, I don’t know what to say, except that, clearly, if someone drinks that much they bear some responsibility for their actions.

    As for her statement, I thought it was incredibly self-indulgent. I expect she will go public in short order to draw even more attention to herself, and her literary skills.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    Some non entity said this on the internet:

    Let's be clear. Had this been a black man, he'd have gotten the full sentence.

    That is the most false statement I have heard in the last year.
  36. @Tiny Duck
    Hey, maybe Mr. Trump is on to something.

    Since I am descended from German Jews, perhaps I could use the same logic that Trump (nee Drumpf) is descended from German Christians and, therefore, is inherently biased against me

    Or we could use the same logic against you.

    • Agree: San Fernando Curt
  37. @Buzz Mohawk

    Trump may not necessarily win the election, but he has ignited a movement that will be a force to be reckoned with over the next few years.
     
    If he doesn't win, let's hope we don't all just fade away like old MacArthur soldiers.

    Those of us half a century old or more have witnessed drastic changes in the US and the Western World, and not for the better. The misguided effort toward "progress" and a global community has made us less free, poorer, and without real countries. It has brought us down to the lowest common denominator; it had to, because we were so far ahead of the rest of this globe we have been forced to join.

    Steve's NTY example here illustrates the split mind we are supposed to have now. Read Orwell's 1984 if you haven't; learn about doublethink.

    Your handle indicates you are a millennial. Please keep the faith and teach your peers. You'll be around to find out how things go. It could be very bad if you don't turn it around.

    The west sent doctors and aid all over the world, thus increasing the population. They will not thank us.

  38. @AndrewR
    Osagie Obasobie? Ima go out on a limb here and suggest that he probably doesn't have deep ancestral roots in the US. What is an immigrant doing lecturing us about race? His ancestors probably profitted from selling captives to the Jewish slave traders.

    I imagine his ancestors made a lot more money off good ol’ Christian Protestant Yankee slave traders. First because there were a lot more of them than us, and second because we never pay retail.

    • Replies: @Big Bill

    First because there were a lot more of them than us, and second because we never pay retail.
     
    Ha!
    , @Chrisnonymous
    Dang, you beat me to that one...
    , @TomSchmidt
    Lethal! Thank you for the laugh, sir.
    , @IBC
    By the late 18th century, the vast majority of slave traders weren't Jewish. But in the 16th and 17th centuries, Jewish people and especially Conversos, did play a major role in the slave trade and also in pioneering the sugar plantation business model that drove the majority of demand. History is not black and white, so to speak.
  39. @Judah Benjamin Hur
    Let's be honest, Trump University was really questionable. Instead of talking about the embarrassing specifics of the operation, we're talking about the judge's ethnic background. Another brilliant move by The Donald.

    The only way Donald Trump can win is by being Donald Trump. So far, so good. He'll also need to pick a VP candidate that the establishment hates even more than him.

    Right people are projecting deep thoughts onto Donald Trump’s motives losing sight that we have a presidential candidate who ran a scam “university” and might just be one of the world’s best grifters. Everything is personal for Donald Trump and everything about Trump is about self-aggrandizement.

    I feel people here just want to turn back the clock so badly they are ignoring how bad this guy is. Donald Trump is nothing like a great man

    • Replies: @ben tillman

    Right people are projecting deep thoughts onto Donald Trump’s motives losing sight that we have a presidential candidate who ran a scam “university” and might just be one of the world’s best grifters. Everything is personal for Donald Trump and everything about Trump is about self-aggrandizement.

    I feel people here just want to turn back the clock so badly they are ignoring how bad this guy is. Donald Trump is nothing like a great man
     
    As it happens, the Clintons did the same thing, but more crookedly.
  40. @Mike Sylwester
    I assume that Donald Trump's lawyers eventually will submit a legal motion detailing the "unfair" and "horrible" decisions made by Gonzalo "La Raza Lawyer" Curiel in this case. The publication of that motion to remove Curiel from the case will advance the discussion.

    In the meantime, the public should become aware that the Clinton Crime Family has made millions of dollars from a for-profit school named "Laureate Education".

    Here are some excerpts from a Breitbart article:


    .... In April 2015, Bill Clinton was forced to abruptly resign from his lucrative perch as honorary chancellor of Laureate Education, a for-profit college company. The reason for Clinton’s immediate departure: ... Laureate funneled Bill Clinton $16.46 million over five years while Hillary Clinton’s State Dept. pumped at least $55 million to a group run by Laureate’s founder and chairman, Douglas Becker, a man with strong ties to the Clinton Global Initiative.

    Laureate has donated between $1 million and $5 million ... to the Clinton Foundation. ....

    As the Washington Post reports, “Laureate has stirred controversy throughout Latin America, where it derives two-thirds of its revenue.”

    During Bill Clinton’s tenure as Laureate’s chancellor, the school spent over $200 million a year on aggressive telemarketing, flashy Internet banner ads, and billboards designed to lure often unprepared students from impoverished countries to enroll in its for-profit classes.

    The goal: get as many students, regardless of skill level, signed up and paying tuition. .....

    .... Rio state legislator Robson Leite who led a probe into Bill Clinton’s embattled for-profit education scheme, say the company is all about extracting cash, not educating students. “They have turned education into a commodity that focuses more on profit than knowledge,” said Leite. ....

    .... for five years, Bill Clinton allowed his face and name to be plastered all over Laureate’s marketing materials. As Clinton Cash reported, pictures of Bill Clinton even lined the walkways at campuses like Laureate’s Bilgi University in Istanbul, Turkey. That Laureate has campuses in Turkey is odd, given that for-profit colleges are illegal there, as well as in Mexico and Chile where Laureate also operates.

    Shortly after Bill Clinton’s lucrative 2010 Laureate appointment, Hillary Clinton’s State Dept. began pumping millions of its USAID dollars to a sister nonprofit, International Youth Foundation (IYF), which is run by Laureate’s founder and chairman, Douglas Becker. Indeed, State Dept. funding skyrocketed once Bill Clinton got on the Laureate payroll ....

    .... in 2009, the year before Bill Clinton joined Laureate, the nonprofit received 11 grants worth $9 million from the State Department or the affiliated USAID. In 2010, the group received 14 grants worth $15.1 million. In 2011, 13 grants added up to $14.6 million. The following year, those numbers jumped: IYF received 21 grants worth $25.5 million, including a direct grant from the State Department. ...
     

    http://www.breitbart.com/2016-presidential-race/2016/06/02/hillary-university-bill-clinton-bagged-16-46-million-from-for-profit-college-as-state-dept-funneled-55-million-back/

    That’s interesting, but really, no one associated with a traditional college, however august, that offers degrees in sociology has any business throwing stones at for-profit colleges.

    • Replies: @Chrisnonymous
    Not to defend sociology, but it's presence on a campus does not invalidate the worth of the other departments.
    , @anowow
    I suspect it won't, but it would be poetic and actual justice if this Trump U case and all the anguished cries about the cheated students would cause the national "conversation" to address traditional universities. I'm not just talking about people with unmarketable humanities degrees. Plenty of kids putting that business degree to work managing a Hertz franchise, not to mention the STEM kids screwed over by H1B visas. The inflation of degrees and costs compared to the job market is inexcusable and would be a source of national shame if Silent Gen and Boomer Elites weren't so nihilistic.

    But we aren't going to go there. HRC will continue to economically and demographically kick young people in the face, deans will breed like rabbits in their favorite overly manicured campus habitats, college coaches make out like bandits, federal compliance requirements increase and diversity initiatives and offices will be funded.

    If Trump were smart he'd appeal directly to educated young people, a sort of quid pro quo, he promises to do something about education costs and student debt burdens, they go along with his immigration policies. And be overt about it. They'd never admit it to their facebook friends, but he'd get their votes.

    Right now, white collar and blue collar workers have no solidarity, to their detriment. The contempt the educated have for languishing blue collar workers is more than returned with snide jokes about degrees in Medieval French Literature. STEM majors need to also develop solidarity with humanities majors, who often go on to work in journalism or in the government or teach the children. Otherwise, they shouldn't expect to get more sympathy, help or attention for situations like what happened at Disney. An increase in solidarity, as well a reclaiming of Big Ed from neocons, leftists and neoliberals will take decades, but an overt appeal to something like this by a leader would create a fairly effective political movement.
    , @Reg Cæsar

    That’s interesting, but really, no one associated with a traditional college, however august, that offers degrees in sociology has any business throwing stones at for-profit colleges.
     
    Sociology made its first appearance in America in 1854-- to defend the peculiar institutions of the Old South. That year, Henry Hughes and George Fitzhugh published the first American books on the subject, which theretofore was a French specialty.

    Hughes wanted to revive the legal slave trade (i.e., bring even more blacks here), and Fitzhugh thought the lower orders of whites should be enslaved as well.

    These guys were no friend of the white man.
  41. Trump has no chance. And people who support are somewhat pathetic. Take for example the whining about San Jose. Yes, there certainly have been instances of violence perpetrated by Sanders or Clinton supporters against Trump supporters (starting with the Chicago Trump rally that got shut down), but violence from Trump supporters has been much more commonplace. It’s almost as if supporting racism and violence leads to protests!

    The Clinton campaign needs to hire whoever it is that made some of those awesome Sanders ads – like this one and this one – and make a moving montage of Trump blasting Hispanics, making fun of the disabled, referring to a black guy as “my African American” at his rally, interspersed with video of slow-mo, hard working Hispanics, a serious guy in a wheelchair, and a Black family, with a quote from Lincoln running across the bottom “A house divided against itself cannot stand.” And then “we stand united” – Hillary 2016. This shit seriously creates itself. Trump is giving them so much material to work with, I hope the opportunity is not wasted.

    Trump is going the get crushed https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/monkey-cage/wp/2016/06/07/the-trump-bump-is-misleading-public-opinion-is-trending-steadily-toward-the-democratic-nominee-for-president/

  42. Check out Petula Dvorak’s piece on the WaPo web page on the Stanford rapist – according to her, this is what “campus predators look like.” How odd that she ignores previously-documented assaults by college football players (Baylor, anyone?) and what those predator look like.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    Or a Heisman Trophy winner?
  43. @rod1963
    If Trump doesn't win, we're finished as a country. Hillary and the Left will see to it.

    You better take a good look around you. Race replacement has been accelerated, Silicon Valley giants Facebook, Google and others have already declared war against Americans and Europeans by censoring their online comments and even reporting them to the authorities in Europe. The same will happen here if Hillary wins. Gun confiscation is a given once Hillary wins.

    The Left and the Globalist men-children of Silicon Valley have already equated Trump and his followers with being Nazis. You don't do this unless you're planning on doing something bad to them. Think about this. Nazis are the only people that it's seen okay to do violence against.

    Remember violence and intimidation are part and parcel of Socialism/Leftism and for that matter any authoritarian movement. Look at Argentina, Venezuela. In Europe, England, Sweden and Germany have a host of laws that can land you in a world of hurt if you just say the wrong thing.

    This is right out of the Soviet Union and it doesn't even get a mention anymore.

    The point in this is that hammer is going to drop on us whether we like it or not if Trump loses and they will make sure his movement dies.

    So well said. Thank you.

    I totally agree that Trump is literally our last hope. I do not think he can turn things around but he can put the brakes on to a degree that will allow us some time and room in which to maneuver.

    The alternative is a nightmare scenario I don’t have the stomach to consider.

    I’m far from the only woman who thinks this. It’s heartening to see how many conservative women get it.

  44. @rod1963
    If Trump doesn't win, we're finished as a country. Hillary and the Left will see to it.

    You better take a good look around you. Race replacement has been accelerated, Silicon Valley giants Facebook, Google and others have already declared war against Americans and Europeans by censoring their online comments and even reporting them to the authorities in Europe. The same will happen here if Hillary wins. Gun confiscation is a given once Hillary wins.

    The Left and the Globalist men-children of Silicon Valley have already equated Trump and his followers with being Nazis. You don't do this unless you're planning on doing something bad to them. Think about this. Nazis are the only people that it's seen okay to do violence against.

    Remember violence and intimidation are part and parcel of Socialism/Leftism and for that matter any authoritarian movement. Look at Argentina, Venezuela. In Europe, England, Sweden and Germany have a host of laws that can land you in a world of hurt if you just say the wrong thing.

    This is right out of the Soviet Union and it doesn't even get a mention anymore.

    The point in this is that hammer is going to drop on us whether we like it or not if Trump loses and they will make sure his movement dies.

    And this is exactly why I believe that SFG is wrong and Trump is going to ride to victory on the highest white percentage of the vote and turnout that has ever been seen. The danger is now clear and present. That was not the case in Enoch Powell’s day.

    • Replies: @TangoMan
    And this is exactly why I believe that SFG is wrong and Trump is going to ride to victory on the highest white percentage of the vote and turnout that has ever been seen. The danger is now clear and present. That was not the case in Enoch Powell’s day.

    It would be nice if this were so but I don't think we're there yet. Eyes are definitely being opened and talk is being talked but the existing order benefits a whole lot of whites, safely cocooned in their gated communities, and a continuation of the status quo is simply less disruptive to their lives than trying to turn the direction of society. Matters will have to get a lot worse to make the danger clear and present, present in the lives of the cocooned, rather than just an abstract notion that they understand but are unwilling to lift a finger to address.
  45. @anon
    Steve must have a mole working at the NYT. That was a bigger meatball than they threw Jeter at the All Star Game.

    My guess is that not every journo at the NYT enjoys being a traitor subject to the whims of Salim. This is the NYT blinking in morse code.

  46. @rod1963
    If Trump doesn't win, we're finished as a country. Hillary and the Left will see to it.

    You better take a good look around you. Race replacement has been accelerated, Silicon Valley giants Facebook, Google and others have already declared war against Americans and Europeans by censoring their online comments and even reporting them to the authorities in Europe. The same will happen here if Hillary wins. Gun confiscation is a given once Hillary wins.

    The Left and the Globalist men-children of Silicon Valley have already equated Trump and his followers with being Nazis. You don't do this unless you're planning on doing something bad to them. Think about this. Nazis are the only people that it's seen okay to do violence against.

    Remember violence and intimidation are part and parcel of Socialism/Leftism and for that matter any authoritarian movement. Look at Argentina, Venezuela. In Europe, England, Sweden and Germany have a host of laws that can land you in a world of hurt if you just say the wrong thing.

    This is right out of the Soviet Union and it doesn't even get a mention anymore.

    The point in this is that hammer is going to drop on us whether we like it or not if Trump loses and they will make sure his movement dies.

    The Left will view this Trump unpleasantness ,if he loses, as a Mao-ey “Let a Thousand Flowers Bloom” situation and move in for the final kill off of the White World.

    • Replies: @BenKenobi
    "Government's an affair of sitting, not hitting. You rule with brains and buttocks, never with the fists." - Huxley, Brave New World

    If this whole Trump thing fails, TPTB could easily just sit on their gains like a Jeopardy! run-away. One more generation of demographic warfare and the Waffen-PC will take care of the rest.

    Is the Coalition of the Fringes that smart? No they want to go full ISIS on their infidels. I remember reading that fighters opposing ISIS began to fight to the death after those few instances of highly public and mediagenic prisoner massacres/executions.

    It would be incredibly myopic to "go for the kill" in the event of a Trump loss.

    Interesting times indeed.
  47. @tbraton
    I turned on the TV last night in order to catch the 11:00 pm repeat of the O'Reilly show who had Donald Trump as his guest for the first 15 minutes and caught the last segment on Hannity (about the 10:50 pm mark), who was talking to two blacks, a relatively conservative black woman and a liberal black man. I didn't catch his name, but the black man launched into a tirade about how Donald Trump was responsible for all the violence that has been cropping up at his rallies. I think the Democrats are smart enough to realize that all the TV footage showing out-of-control Mexican thugs beating up on peaceful Trump supporters is not playing well for their candidate and are trying to throw the blame for the violence on Trump.

    “I think the Democrats are smart enough to realize that all the TV footage showing out-of-control Mexican thugs beating up on peaceful Trump supporters is not playing well for their candidate and are trying to throw the blame for the violence on Trump.”

    The Left is trying to spin it and say that those violent Mexican thugs are Right Wing Donald Trump supporters.

    Why would violent Mexican thugs want a Right Wing immigration policy for The U.S? So they can have less competition from Illegal Immigrants in the drug trade?

  48. @Tiny Duck
    Hey, maybe Mr. Trump is on to something.

    Since I am descended from German Jews, perhaps I could use the same logic that Trump (nee Drumpf) is descended from German Christians and, therefore, is inherently biased against me

    “Hey, maybe Mr. Trump is on to something.

    Since I am descended from German Jews, perhaps I could use the same logic that Trump (nee Drumpf) is descended from German Christians and, therefore, is inherently biased against me”

    Yeah there is so much German Christian on Jew violence in 2016.

  49. @SPMoore8
    Yes, OT, but I will out-OT you. Vox, Jezebel, or The Atlantic won't be writing stories about the murder and dismemberment of albinos. They will, however, insist you read the statement of the woman who was sexually assaulted at Stanford, all 12 K words. Don't miss the part where she compares them to the Twin Towers on 9/11:

    You have dragged me through this hell with you, dipped me back into that night again and again. You knocked down both our towers, I collapsed at the same time you did.
     
    http://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2016/jun/06/stanford-sexual-assault-case-victim-impact-statement-in-full

    It’s a bad thing that happened to her and it sounds like the swimmer got less jail time than he deserved, BUT…

    Nowhere in her 12k word screed does she take any responsibility much less acknowledge that getting passed out drunk around a bunch of strangers is a Real Bad Idea. She is 23 years old for cryin’ out loud.

    • Agree: SPMoore8, tbraton
  50. @whorefinder
    I predict within the next year you're going to have a major political figure/pundit get on a major news show/channel and call out blacks for their high crime rates and that the police profiling of them is their own dang fault and that blaming whitey is a ruse. He/she might also call out Obama for starting the Zimmerman lynching, the Ferguson riots, and the Baltimore riots.

    And this figure will do this several times without apology and be big news, and be denounced by all the usual suspects, and yet develop a following. And I don't think it will be Donald Trump.

    The Overton Window is shifting. Black bad behavior and black crime statistics are shining through on the internet, and the anti-pc forces are gathering steam. And whites are getting fed up with being told they have to lose every argument and be degraded at every turn---or else they are "racist."

    Great thought but will never happen after Hillary is elected the House and Senate return to democrats and Clinton fills the lower judiciary with cronies and affirmative action hires and support personnel. Follow with three new scotus appointments.

    • Replies: @Maj. Kong
    A few years of unchecked liberal rule will almost certainly result in secession/insurrection.
  51. For people in cheap seats, “la Raza” means “the Race.”

    Sooo, blacks can see the KKK under every bed and the NYT has nothing to say, but if a cracker says a Judge with ties to la Raza might have a beef with him, the they go ape. No racism at the NYT, nossir.

    Drudge says “Ryan calls Trump attack ‘textbook definition of racist comment’…”

    Ryan is just calling himself out as a coward who lets racism go without comment. Because the left does the same thing to whites all day long (and our whole society, to boot), and Ryan never says a thing. He’s a racist who buys into the left’s schtick; non-whites and leftists can accuse whites all day long of being racist, with no consequences regardless of the merit of the charge, but whites are forbidden from accusing non-whites of racism, regardless of the merit of the charge.

    Total cuckservative, meekly accepts the left’s self-serving narrative.

    Why didn’t he just go Democrat? Oh, wait, I know: because the left already controls the Democrat party, so now they want the GOP, too.

    OT: Kevin Drum follows up his post 187 post with another where he maintains that prop 187 didn’t hurt Republicans but that they need to support amnesty and affirmative action anyway

    Neocon basically means warmongering Zionist leftist who votes Republican, insofar as the GOP toes the warmongering Zionist leftist line.

    Only WE get to point out the race of judges:

    “Donald Trump released a list of potential nominees for the U.S. Supreme Court if he’s elected President. He named 11 Federal and state judges, 8 men and 3 women, ALL OF THEM WHITE.”

    Judy Woodruff, PBS NEWSHOUR

    Yes, this is genuinely the left’s position. Whites are automatically guilty (NOT DIVERSE ENOUGH!), and non-whites are automatically innocent (pointing out ties to brown racist group is racist!).

    The Justice Department has settled with an Iranian-American immigration judge who alleged that her superiors had ordered her not to hear cases involving Iranian nationals.

    Hussein’s black-run DoJ did the exact same thing that Trump did, except in the form of orders in their capacity as gov’t officials. Too rich.

    Since I am descended from German Jews, perhaps I could use the same logic that Trump (nee Drumpf) is descended from German Christians and, therefore, is inherently biased against me.

    If you have any ties to Jewish organizations, then yes, you’re probably biased against whites.

    P.S., The State Dept. actually announced that they’ll release the emailgate docs in late November. WTF. It’s like they’re announcing it just to troll America.

    • Agree: Anonym
  52. Dave says:
    @whorefinder
    I predict within the next year you're going to have a major political figure/pundit get on a major news show/channel and call out blacks for their high crime rates and that the police profiling of them is their own dang fault and that blaming whitey is a ruse. He/she might also call out Obama for starting the Zimmerman lynching, the Ferguson riots, and the Baltimore riots.

    And this figure will do this several times without apology and be big news, and be denounced by all the usual suspects, and yet develop a following. And I don't think it will be Donald Trump.

    The Overton Window is shifting. Black bad behavior and black crime statistics are shining through on the internet, and the anti-pc forces are gathering steam. And whites are getting fed up with being told they have to lose every argument and be degraded at every turn---or else they are "racist."

    We already had a political figure who did just that and his name was Rudy Giuliani. As a New Yorker I can assure you that Rudy unapologetically stated everything you just did on many occasions and never back tracked or apologized in any way. He did it for his entire career as Mayor and was loved by the white ethnic working classes and reviled by the black community and their enablers in media and academia.
    Trump knows Rudy personally and learned well the lesson that telling harsh truths can lead to great political success.

  53. “Osagie Obasagie”? What?

    If you can’t tell an author’s sex by their name alone, read a paragraph … maybe.

    If you can’t even tell whether it’s a name, move on to the next article.

    In two or three generations they may have normal American names.

  54. Arnold Schwarzenegger has become more Left of center on the issue of immigration and assimilation in the last few years, hence why he hates Donald Trump.

    Arnold Schwarzenegger used to be hated by La Raza when back as governor of California he mentioned that Hispanics who mostly or only watch Spanish language television are not assimilating into mainstream U.S society. Arnold used to be less PC back in the days. But now he has succumbed to political correctness just like Chris Rock.

  55. Hildabeast is in Compton today. Lots of secret service guys and reporters & journalists from the mainstream media there to cover her.

    Compton has not looked this White since George W. Bush lived there.

  56. @SPMoore8
    Well, personally, I'm not offended. I really don't know what happened, but it's a given that the woman in question was so drunk she has no memory of going to the party with her sister or anything that happened after that until she woke up in the hospital. (She was about 4 years older than the guy.)

    There's no question that some kind of sexual assault took place inasmuch as she blacked out, lost consciousness, and with a BAC three times the limit for intoxication was clearly in no position to give consent. However, in fact, no one claims PIV; it is claimed that he touched her down there and was dry humping her. Outside of that, I don't know what to say, except that, clearly, if someone drinks that much they bear some responsibility for their actions.

    As for her statement, I thought it was incredibly self-indulgent. I expect she will go public in short order to draw even more attention to herself, and her literary skills.

    Some non entity said this on the internet:

    Let’s be clear. Had this been a black man, he’d have gotten the full sentence.

    That is the most false statement I have heard in the last year.

  57. @International Jew
    I imagine his ancestors made a lot more money off good ol' Christian Protestant Yankee slave traders. First because there were a lot more of them than us, and second because we never pay retail.

    First because there were a lot more of them than us, and second because we never pay retail.

    Ha!

  58. @SPMoore8
    Yes, OT, but I will out-OT you. Vox, Jezebel, or The Atlantic won't be writing stories about the murder and dismemberment of albinos. They will, however, insist you read the statement of the woman who was sexually assaulted at Stanford, all 12 K words. Don't miss the part where she compares them to the Twin Towers on 9/11:

    You have dragged me through this hell with you, dipped me back into that night again and again. You knocked down both our towers, I collapsed at the same time you did.
     
    http://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2016/jun/06/stanford-sexual-assault-case-victim-impact-statement-in-full

    Finally, the great white defendant

    • Replies: @SPMoore8
    Not only is the Stanford guy white, he's a swimmer, too. Please don't tell me he took chemistry ......

    Looks like Sabrina should have waited a few months for Haven Monahan to transform himself .....
  59. @International Jew
    I imagine his ancestors made a lot more money off good ol' Christian Protestant Yankee slave traders. First because there were a lot more of them than us, and second because we never pay retail.

    Dang, you beat me to that one…

  60. @Tiny Duck
    Hey, maybe Mr. Trump is on to something.

    Since I am descended from German Jews, perhaps I could use the same logic that Trump (nee Drumpf) is descended from German Christians and, therefore, is inherently biased against me

    If Trump were a member of an organization called “The Aryan Race,” I’d be worried. Instead, he lives in Manhattan and has 6 Jews in his immediate family.

    Trump wants to build the Great Wall of Trump and deport illegal aliens and has a case in front of a Mexican-American judge who is a member of La Raza. Anyone in that situation would think “Oh, shit!” The only difference is Trump says it.

  61. @International Jew
    That's interesting, but really, no one associated with a traditional college, however august, that offers degrees in sociology has any business throwing stones at for-profit colleges.

    Not to defend sociology, but it’s presence on a campus does not invalidate the worth of the other departments.

  62. @whorefinder
    I predict within the next year you're going to have a major political figure/pundit get on a major news show/channel and call out blacks for their high crime rates and that the police profiling of them is their own dang fault and that blaming whitey is a ruse. He/she might also call out Obama for starting the Zimmerman lynching, the Ferguson riots, and the Baltimore riots.

    And this figure will do this several times without apology and be big news, and be denounced by all the usual suspects, and yet develop a following. And I don't think it will be Donald Trump.

    The Overton Window is shifting. Black bad behavior and black crime statistics are shining through on the internet, and the anti-pc forces are gathering steam. And whites are getting fed up with being told they have to lose every argument and be degraded at every turn---or else they are "racist."

    Didn’t Bill Clinton come very close to this already? He basically said his policy of locking up huge proportions of he black male population between the ages of 18 to 24 was one he stood by. What was surprising was how everyone ceased caring so quickly. There wasn’t an angle that hurt Trump. (Or it was a manufactured outburst to make Hilary seem less of a true believer, but was abandoned as a strategy for some reason)

  63. @Threecranes
    God help me but, not meaning any disrespect, I read as much of her diatribe as I could, scanned most of it and so help me God it looks as though she was so drunk she pretty much was complicit in what happened. Did anyone read the whole thing? Correct me if I'm wrong. I'm serious. I don't condone rape. But she seemed to have gone along with most or all of what happened. I just couldn't get through the whole long, self-absorbed blabber.

    Yes, long and self-absorbed… what do they call that over at the Chateau? Hamster wheel?

    • Replies: @ATX Hipster
    Simply "The Hamster", or "Hamstering" as a verb. It's usually used in reference to post-hoc rationalizations rather than self-absorption. A good example would be passing out at a party and not recognizing that you bear some measure of responsibility for that.
  64. Trump’s latest tactics are somewhat bizarre to me. I am sure that there is some method behind this madness but so far it has eluded me. What could he possibly gain by doing what he is doing with his comments about the judge?

    And what I mean is: he could have said, I think the judge is biased because he is a member of “LA Raza” (“THE RACE” in Spanish). Instead, Trump says he thinks the judge may be biased because he has Mexican ancestors! The former would be a bullet proof argument and would make the spineless weeds growing in DC (Ryan and McConnell) look ridiculous and total hypocrites. The latter, unfortunately, runs the risk of being “tarred” as a racial argument whereas the former cannot.

    So why does Trump choose the latter argument from the beginning and not the former? What gives? Trump is again up to something here that all of us have missed. I happen to subscribe to a lot of Scott Adams’ views about Trump – he is infinitely more cunning and resourceful than any of his enemies are even now willing to concede. And chances are that he will clean Hillary out in November if the FBI doesn’t.

    • Replies: @Anonymous

    The latter, unfortunately, runs the risk of being “tarred” as a racial argument whereas the former cannot.
     
    "Oh my God, I'd better not make a racial argument. That would anger my wife's bull."
    , @tbraton
    I don't know what the answer is, but I have suggested one possibility is that Judge Curiel was born in 1954 and that his father and mother became U.S. citizens at some indeterminate date after Judge Curiel was born. If they weren't U.S. citizens when Judge Curiel was born, he is, in effect, an "anchor baby" that Anne Coulter has argued that the 14th Amendment does not entitle to U.S. citizenship, even if he had been born in Indiana. If Trump and his lawyers know when Judge Curiel's parents obtained U.S. citizenship, he could be sitting on a bombshell that he will be detonating a few months from now when his lawyers file a motion for Judge Curiel to recuse himself. Apparently, today's NY Times has inadvently let the cat out of the bag when it states in an article dealing with Newt Gingrich's criticism of Trump's remarks about the judge:

    "denounced the presumptive presidential nominee for calling Judge Gonzalo P. Curiel a “Mexican.” The judge was born in Indiana to Mexican parents." http://www.nytimes.com/2016/06/07/us/newt-gingrich-donald-trump-judge.html?mabReward=CTM&action=click&pgtype=Homepage&region=CColumn&module=Recommendation&src=rechp&WT.nav=RecEngine

    If Judge Curiel's parents were "Mexican" when he was born, that makes Judge Curiel an "anchor baby," and Donald Trump correctly criticized that concept last summer.

    If the U.S. Senate failed to explore this issue when it confirmed Judge Curiel's nomination, that leaves a lot of egg on that esteemed institution's face. They confirmed someone to be a federal judge who might not even be a U.S. citizen.
  65. @sabril
    Off topic Steve, but have you been following the Brock Turner rape case at Stanford?

    Finally, a defendant who (1) actually sexually assaulted someone; and (2) pretty much fits the Left's narrative.

    Here's an angle which is worth consideration: Was Turner juicing? To be on the swim team at Stanford is quite an achievement. Also, the attack he engaged in is out of character for the kind of students they have at Stanford. Last, the police report, which seems pretty believable, says that Turner still had an erection after he'd been chased, tackled, and held down by some other students.

    The left, from legacy media to tumblr, is in seventh heaven right now. My only question is whether they would’ve preferred it to have happened at a less leftist university/locale?

  66. @Judah Benjamin Hur
    Let's be honest, Trump University was really questionable. Instead of talking about the embarrassing specifics of the operation, we're talking about the judge's ethnic background. Another brilliant move by The Donald.

    The only way Donald Trump can win is by being Donald Trump. So far, so good. He'll also need to pick a VP candidate that the establishment hates even more than him.

    Trump University was really questionable. The only way Donald Trump can win is by being Donald Trump.

    It’s also the only way he’ll avoid ruin (and perhaps criminal charges) over Trump University. (He’s even threatening to sue the change while president.) His “brand” will be toast when he loses. “Don the Con” he’ll be christened.

    [Why does someone become a presidential candidate with an ignominious fraud charge over his head? No one would do it – except for leverage to beat the suit.]

    Trump never had a chance. The danger is that the odiousness demonstrated palpably in the “playbook” for Trump University will provide Hillary Clinton with a mandate.

    Spoil your ballot on election day!

    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
    Voting for Hillary Clinton would spoil my ballot.
  67. The argument from Trumpites is that the judiciary is already rife with ethnic bias.

    The problem of judicial bias, of all sorts, is endemic. There is little recourse. (See “Biased judges — For elections & personal lawsuits” – http://juridicalcoherence.blogspot.com/2009/03/4-biased-judges-for-elections-personal.html)

    The problem is this: in the Trump University case, the judge doesn’t need to be biased. Trump would lose regardless. In Trump’s language, T.U. is a disgrace.

  68. Off-topic: Enrique Márquez back in the news:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3630024/Immigration-official-BLOCKED-Homeland-Security-agents-seizing-San-Bernardino-gun-supplier-day-attack-lied-investigators-guess-won-t-disciplined.html

    I just realized Rick Moranis would have been signed to play Márquez in the biopic had he been armorer to his terrorist friends back when the first Ghostbusters came out…

    • Replies: @Jefferson
    I just realized Rick Moranis would have been signed to play Márquez in the biopic had he been armorer to his terrorist friends back when the first Ghostbusters came out…"

    I ain't afraid of no Infidels.
  69. He trumps the media again: he has increased the googling of “La Raza” and exposed a whole can of worms.

    https://www.donaldjtrump.com/press-releases/donald-j.-trump-statement-regarding-trump-university

  70. @International Jew
    That's interesting, but really, no one associated with a traditional college, however august, that offers degrees in sociology has any business throwing stones at for-profit colleges.

    I suspect it won’t, but it would be poetic and actual justice if this Trump U case and all the anguished cries about the cheated students would cause the national “conversation” to address traditional universities. I’m not just talking about people with unmarketable humanities degrees. Plenty of kids putting that business degree to work managing a Hertz franchise, not to mention the STEM kids screwed over by H1B visas. The inflation of degrees and costs compared to the job market is inexcusable and would be a source of national shame if Silent Gen and Boomer Elites weren’t so nihilistic.

    But we aren’t going to go there. HRC will continue to economically and demographically kick young people in the face, deans will breed like rabbits in their favorite overly manicured campus habitats, college coaches make out like bandits, federal compliance requirements increase and diversity initiatives and offices will be funded.

    If Trump were smart he’d appeal directly to educated young people, a sort of quid pro quo, he promises to do something about education costs and student debt burdens, they go along with his immigration policies. And be overt about it. They’d never admit it to their facebook friends, but he’d get their votes.

    Right now, white collar and blue collar workers have no solidarity, to their detriment. The contempt the educated have for languishing blue collar workers is more than returned with snide jokes about degrees in Medieval French Literature. STEM majors need to also develop solidarity with humanities majors, who often go on to work in journalism or in the government or teach the children. Otherwise, they shouldn’t expect to get more sympathy, help or attention for situations like what happened at Disney. An increase in solidarity, as well a reclaiming of Big Ed from neocons, leftists and neoliberals will take decades, but an overt appeal to something like this by a leader would create a fairly effective political movement.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    Yes, it would have been wonderful if Trump had started a university, even a for-profit university, that provided a real educational alternative to leftist institutions. Instead it was a scam that further discredited the idea that such a thing could even exist.
  71. @slumber_j
    Off-topic: Enrique Márquez back in the news:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3630024/Immigration-official-BLOCKED-Homeland-Security-agents-seizing-San-Bernardino-gun-supplier-day-attack-lied-investigators-guess-won-t-disciplined.html

    I just realized Rick Moranis would have been signed to play Márquez in the biopic had he been armorer to his terrorist friends back when the first Ghostbusters came out...

    I just realized Rick Moranis would have been signed to play Márquez in the biopic had he been armorer to his terrorist friends back when the first Ghostbusters came out…”

    I ain’t afraid of no Infidels.

  72. @Arclight
    Check out Petula Dvorak's piece on the WaPo web page on the Stanford rapist - according to her, this is what "campus predators look like." How odd that she ignores previously-documented assaults by college football players (Baylor, anyone?) and what those predator look like.

    Or a Heisman Trophy winner?

    • Replies: @MC
    For about 3 seconds I thought this was an OJ reference.
  73. @Abe
    (to plagiarize my own comment from another board...)

    Only WE get to point out the race of judges:

    “Donald Trump released a list of potential nominees for the U.S. Supreme Court if he’s elected President. He named 11 Federal and state judges, 8 men and 3 women, ALL OF THEM WHITE.”

    Judy Woodruff, PBS NEWSHOUR

    http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/news-wrap-trump-reveals-list-of-prospective-supreme-court-picks/

    Abe, Trump needed to released a “Chinese Menu” of potential court nominees. You know, take one from column A and one from column B, and no substitutions allowed. Funny, how the left always rails that we need a _________(insert term Here) judge. So right now we are one black woman shy of an acceptable Supreme Court, and hopefully, the old whites will all die off soon and Thomas too.

  74. For media, everything Trump says is a trigger in the woodpile.

  75. @Stephen R. Diamond

    Trump University was really questionable. The only way Donald Trump can win is by being Donald Trump.
     
    It's also the only way he'll avoid ruin (and perhaps criminal charges) over Trump University. (He's even threatening to sue the change while president.) His "brand" will be toast when he loses. "Don the Con" he'll be christened.

    [Why does someone become a presidential candidate with an ignominious fraud charge over his head? No one would do it - except for leverage to beat the suit.]

    Trump never had a chance. The danger is that the odiousness demonstrated palpably in the "playbook" for Trump University will provide Hillary Clinton with a mandate.

    Spoil your ballot on election day!

    Voting for Hillary Clinton would spoil my ballot.

  76. @International Jew
    I imagine his ancestors made a lot more money off good ol' Christian Protestant Yankee slave traders. First because there were a lot more of them than us, and second because we never pay retail.

    Lethal! Thank you for the laugh, sir.

  77. Ed says:
    @rod1963
    If Trump doesn't win, we're finished as a country. Hillary and the Left will see to it.

    You better take a good look around you. Race replacement has been accelerated, Silicon Valley giants Facebook, Google and others have already declared war against Americans and Europeans by censoring their online comments and even reporting them to the authorities in Europe. The same will happen here if Hillary wins. Gun confiscation is a given once Hillary wins.

    The Left and the Globalist men-children of Silicon Valley have already equated Trump and his followers with being Nazis. You don't do this unless you're planning on doing something bad to them. Think about this. Nazis are the only people that it's seen okay to do violence against.

    Remember violence and intimidation are part and parcel of Socialism/Leftism and for that matter any authoritarian movement. Look at Argentina, Venezuela. In Europe, England, Sweden and Germany have a host of laws that can land you in a world of hurt if you just say the wrong thing.

    This is right out of the Soviet Union and it doesn't even get a mention anymore.

    The point in this is that hammer is going to drop on us whether we like it or not if Trump loses and they will make sure his movement dies.

    The last stand of the Anglosphere is this year. Britain in a few weeks & USA in a few months. The leave side is gaining in the UK in the polls but I’m sure the elites will unite to put the fright into them.

    As for the USA. I think Trump will win but it’ll depend on white women. Can they get past temperament & think about their children? Then again maybe that’s the problem many don’t have children to worry about.

  78. @prusmc
    Great thought but will never happen after Hillary is elected the House and Senate return to democrats and Clinton fills the lower judiciary with cronies and affirmative action hires and support personnel. Follow with three new scotus appointments.

    A few years of unchecked liberal rule will almost certainly result in secession/insurrection.

  79. Kimbo Slice dies at 42. I am surprised he was that young, as he looked significantly older. Black don’t crack did not apply to Kimbo Slice. Heavy steroid use most likely wrinkles the skin faster.

  80. @Charles Martel
    Trump's latest tactics are somewhat bizarre to me. I am sure that there is some method behind this madness but so far it has eluded me. What could he possibly gain by doing what he is doing with his comments about the judge?

    And what I mean is: he could have said, I think the judge is biased because he is a member of "LA Raza" ("THE RACE" in Spanish). Instead, Trump says he thinks the judge may be biased because he has Mexican ancestors! The former would be a bullet proof argument and would make the spineless weeds growing in DC (Ryan and McConnell) look ridiculous and total hypocrites. The latter, unfortunately, runs the risk of being "tarred" as a racial argument whereas the former cannot.

    So why does Trump choose the latter argument from the beginning and not the former? What gives? Trump is again up to something here that all of us have missed. I happen to subscribe to a lot of Scott Adams' views about Trump - he is infinitely more cunning and resourceful than any of his enemies are even now willing to concede. And chances are that he will clean Hillary out in November if the FBI doesn't.

    The latter, unfortunately, runs the risk of being “tarred” as a racial argument whereas the former cannot.

    “Oh my God, I’d better not make a racial argument. That would anger my wife’s bull.”

  81. @t
    OT: Kevin Drum follows up his post 187 post with another where he maintains that prop 187 didn't hurt Republicans but that they need to support amnesty and affirmative action anyway

    http://www.motherjones.com/kevin-drum/2016/06/prop-187-still-myth

    That’s an unoriginal argument for the neoconservative view.

    Drum edged a bit too close to realtalk there. Essentially he admitted that non-whites demand anti-white policies in exchange for their votes.

  82. @27 year old
    Finally, the great white defendant

    Not only is the Stanford guy white, he’s a swimmer, too. Please don’t tell me he took chemistry ……

    Looks like Sabrina should have waited a few months for Haven Monahan to transform himself …..

  83. @Sutton
    The Left will view this Trump unpleasantness ,if he loses, as a Mao-ey "Let a Thousand Flowers Bloom" situation and move in for the final kill off of the White World.

    “Government’s an affair of sitting, not hitting. You rule with brains and buttocks, never with the fists.” – Huxley, Brave New World

    If this whole Trump thing fails, TPTB could easily just sit on their gains like a Jeopardy! run-away. One more generation of demographic warfare and the Waffen-PC will take care of the rest.

    Is the Coalition of the Fringes that smart? No they want to go full ISIS on their infidels. I remember reading that fighters opposing ISIS began to fight to the death after those few instances of highly public and mediagenic prisoner massacres/executions.

    It would be incredibly myopic to “go for the kill” in the event of a Trump loss.

    Interesting times indeed.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    “Government’s an affair of sitting, not hitting. You rule with brains and buttocks, never with the fists.” – Huxley, Brave New World
     
    A more downscale version of this is PJ O'Rourke's assertion that the most dangerous characteristic of government is that it's boring. Only those who can sit through interminable meetings will ever hold the reins of power.
  84. Ed says:
    @Judah Benjamin Hur
    Let's be honest, Trump University was really questionable. Instead of talking about the embarrassing specifics of the operation, we're talking about the judge's ethnic background. Another brilliant move by The Donald.

    The only way Donald Trump can win is by being Donald Trump. So far, so good. He'll also need to pick a VP candidate that the establishment hates even more than him.

    I don’t see any difference between Trump U & your typical university. Take some of these private HBCUs for example like Morehouse. The avg. SAT score for its students is around 1000 M+V, its net cost to students is 30k a year. Yet less than 60% of its students earn more than a high school graduate ($25k) six years after they’ve enrolled. Needless to say the default rate & debt burden are very high for its students. In fact it rivals the so called bad for profit schools. Yet few attack these schools or call them cons.
    https://collegescorecard.ed.gov/school/?140553-Morehouse-College

    • Replies: @EriK
    Good point, but it's a dirty little secret that many don't want to discuss.
    , @LondonBob
    Apparently Trump is working on a student debt/college cost proposal for the Bernie millenials, would be a hell of a pivot from Trump U.
  85. @AndrewR
    Osagie Obasobie? Ima go out on a limb here and suggest that he probably doesn't have deep ancestral roots in the US. What is an immigrant doing lecturing us about race? His ancestors probably profitted from selling captives to the Jewish slave traders.

    Come now. Nigerians are the Billion Strong High Tech Labor Force of Tomorrow.

    Everything they say on everything is righter than anything you think you know.

    Dinyu get that memo?

  86. @AndrewR
    Osagie Obasobie? Ima go out on a limb here and suggest that he probably doesn't have deep ancestral roots in the US. What is an immigrant doing lecturing us about race? His ancestors probably profitted from selling captives to the Jewish slave traders.

    “suggest that he probably doesn’t have deep ancestral roots in the US”

    Agreed, people without “deep ancestral roots in the US shouldn’t lecture us about the US. which is why Donald Trump (whose only American-born ancestor is his father) should drop out of the race and shut his yap.

    • Replies: @Yojimbo/Zatoichi
    Uh, Trump's American-born father presumably "trumps" the writer who doesn't appear to have deep ancestral roots in the US. What was it that Sean Hannity used to say to various leftist callers to his radio show, back in the day?

    Oh yes. It was--

    "Tell me, why exactly do you hate America?"

    Have a good day.

  87. @Mike Sylwester
    I assume that Donald Trump's lawyers eventually will submit a legal motion detailing the "unfair" and "horrible" decisions made by Gonzalo "La Raza Lawyer" Curiel in this case. The publication of that motion to remove Curiel from the case will advance the discussion.

    In the meantime, the public should become aware that the Clinton Crime Family has made millions of dollars from a for-profit school named "Laureate Education".

    Here are some excerpts from a Breitbart article:


    .... In April 2015, Bill Clinton was forced to abruptly resign from his lucrative perch as honorary chancellor of Laureate Education, a for-profit college company. The reason for Clinton’s immediate departure: ... Laureate funneled Bill Clinton $16.46 million over five years while Hillary Clinton’s State Dept. pumped at least $55 million to a group run by Laureate’s founder and chairman, Douglas Becker, a man with strong ties to the Clinton Global Initiative.

    Laureate has donated between $1 million and $5 million ... to the Clinton Foundation. ....

    As the Washington Post reports, “Laureate has stirred controversy throughout Latin America, where it derives two-thirds of its revenue.”

    During Bill Clinton’s tenure as Laureate’s chancellor, the school spent over $200 million a year on aggressive telemarketing, flashy Internet banner ads, and billboards designed to lure often unprepared students from impoverished countries to enroll in its for-profit classes.

    The goal: get as many students, regardless of skill level, signed up and paying tuition. .....

    .... Rio state legislator Robson Leite who led a probe into Bill Clinton’s embattled for-profit education scheme, say the company is all about extracting cash, not educating students. “They have turned education into a commodity that focuses more on profit than knowledge,” said Leite. ....

    .... for five years, Bill Clinton allowed his face and name to be plastered all over Laureate’s marketing materials. As Clinton Cash reported, pictures of Bill Clinton even lined the walkways at campuses like Laureate’s Bilgi University in Istanbul, Turkey. That Laureate has campuses in Turkey is odd, given that for-profit colleges are illegal there, as well as in Mexico and Chile where Laureate also operates.

    Shortly after Bill Clinton’s lucrative 2010 Laureate appointment, Hillary Clinton’s State Dept. began pumping millions of its USAID dollars to a sister nonprofit, International Youth Foundation (IYF), which is run by Laureate’s founder and chairman, Douglas Becker. Indeed, State Dept. funding skyrocketed once Bill Clinton got on the Laureate payroll ....

    .... in 2009, the year before Bill Clinton joined Laureate, the nonprofit received 11 grants worth $9 million from the State Department or the affiliated USAID. In 2010, the group received 14 grants worth $15.1 million. In 2011, 13 grants added up to $14.6 million. The following year, those numbers jumped: IYF received 21 grants worth $25.5 million, including a direct grant from the State Department. ...
     

    http://www.breitbart.com/2016-presidential-race/2016/06/02/hillary-university-bill-clinton-bagged-16-46-million-from-for-profit-college-as-state-dept-funneled-55-million-back/

    The goal: get as many students, regardless of skill level, signed up and paying tuition. …..

    Not paying tuition, Mike. Borrowing money.

    I read somewhere that education debt has surpassed mortgage debt in the US, and will try to remember to check those numbers a bit later in the day.

  88. @AndrewR
    Osagie Obasobie? Ima go out on a limb here and suggest that he probably doesn't have deep ancestral roots in the US. What is an immigrant doing lecturing us about race? His ancestors probably profitted from selling captives to the Jewish slave traders.

    Op-Ed writing for NYT, just another job Americans won’t do.

    • Replies: @gruff
    Opinions are rotting in the fields!
  89. Bee says:
    @AndrewR
    Osagie Obasobie? Ima go out on a limb here and suggest that he probably doesn't have deep ancestral roots in the US. What is an immigrant doing lecturing us about race? His ancestors probably profitted from selling captives to the Jewish slave traders.

    As for the “Jewish slave traders”, yeah, Jews were something like 2% of slave traders… which in Sailer terms should lead to an article about how “slave traders were Jewish” (which means non-Jewish whites shouldn’t be blamed for the slave trade) and how now Jews/Salon staffers/etc. deny ever being a part of it (no one denies that 2%).

  90. @Steve Sailer
    Or a Heisman Trophy winner?

    For about 3 seconds I thought this was an OJ reference.

    • Agree: Kylie
  91. @candid_observer
    Sometimes the cognitive whiplash of Affirmative Action is just hard to take.

    We are pressed, and pressed again, to look past the usual qualifications of merit and hire or admit an Affirmative Action candidate, and to embrace the idea that this person will provide a "distinctive point of view" peculiar to their background. But then, after this person is hired or admitted, we are called out as racists if we reflect on any way in which this person might not be as objective or meritorious because of the very way this person was selected, and its justifications. Suddenly, now that they have the position, they are one and all every bit as dispassionate and capable as anyone selected purely for their merit and temperament, and it's racist to suggest otherwise. We are simply not allowed to recall or bring up exactly what had gone on in placing them in their position.

    And yet, of course: Everybody knows what went on, and what it means, including the people calling out the doubters as "racist". Everybody.

    And they say we are not a religious society.

    That is a very lucid observation; thank you for sharing.

  92. @SPMoore8
    Yes, OT, but I will out-OT you. Vox, Jezebel, or The Atlantic won't be writing stories about the murder and dismemberment of albinos. They will, however, insist you read the statement of the woman who was sexually assaulted at Stanford, all 12 K words. Don't miss the part where she compares them to the Twin Towers on 9/11:

    You have dragged me through this hell with you, dipped me back into that night again and again. You knocked down both our towers, I collapsed at the same time you did.
     
    http://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2016/jun/06/stanford-sexual-assault-case-victim-impact-statement-in-full

    DAMN, but some women drink past their limit….

  93. @tbraton
    I turned on the TV last night in order to catch the 11:00 pm repeat of the O'Reilly show who had Donald Trump as his guest for the first 15 minutes and caught the last segment on Hannity (about the 10:50 pm mark), who was talking to two blacks, a relatively conservative black woman and a liberal black man. I didn't catch his name, but the black man launched into a tirade about how Donald Trump was responsible for all the violence that has been cropping up at his rallies. I think the Democrats are smart enough to realize that all the TV footage showing out-of-control Mexican thugs beating up on peaceful Trump supporters is not playing well for their candidate and are trying to throw the blame for the violence on Trump.

    His name is: Eric Guster, a motor-mouthed lawyer who tries to bully any panelists with whom he shares a time-spot. He is where he is first because he’s black and because he spews like the allegedly reverends Jackson and Sharpton. Hannity’s show is becoming a series of shouting match es which he fails to control. When that happens, I usually switch to the Tennis Channel which is not particularly diverse. I watch it with the sound muted as the commentators are awful.

    O’Reilly’s show has similar shouting segments almost always when Juan Williams, another black motor-mouth, is a panelist or when that runty greaseball, Rivera, is on. He’s the latino version of the black Baptist preacher model.

    One interesting characteristic of the motor-mouths and progressive reporters is their nearly universal lack of military service. Check Wikipedia on your pet peeve panelist and see what I mean. Hilary even married a draft-dodger and wasn’t it one of their staffers who said she: “Loathed the military”?

    • Replies: @Jefferson
    "O’Reilly’s show has similar shouting segments almost always when Juan Williams, another black motor-mouth, is a panelist or when that runty greaseball, Rivera, is on. He’s the latino version of the black Baptist preacher model."

    I can't stand Juan Williams, he sounds like a snake oil salesmen when he tells Conservatives on The Five that if The Republican Party ever wants to win presidential elections again they need to move more to the Left on immigration.

    Those Mexican thugs who physically assault Donald Trump supporters and burn the American flag, they still would not have voted Republican if Little Marco or Low Energy Jeb had won the GOP nomination and that is because they are Far Left Wing communist anarchists who worship Che Guevara. Even a Marco or a Jeb is still too Right Wing for them.

    Juan says Hispanics are "natural Conservatives", so why is he a Democrat and not a Republican? After all Juan Williams is Panamanian. Juan is being condescending, he doesn't believe the smoke that he is blowing.

    , @tbraton
    Thanks. I am not familiar with the gentleman. By coincidence, I ran across the name of the "conservative woman" who appeared on Hannity that night by seeing her name yesterday on a piece in RCP that triggered a memory. Her name is Stacey Dash. She apparently is a Fox commentator because she is one of those rare birds, a conservative in the movie business in Hollywood who is willing to speak out about her conservative positions. I was also surprised to be reminded that she was Cher's close friend Dionne in one of my favorite movies, "Clueless," that came out 20 years ago. Both she and Hannity expressed astonishment at the baseless nonsense that Eric Guster spouted that night about how Trump was responsible for the violence at his rallies.
  94. @Bee
    "suggest that he probably doesn’t have deep ancestral roots in the US"

    Agreed, people without "deep ancestral roots in the US shouldn't lecture us about the US. which is why Donald Trump (whose only American-born ancestor is his father) should drop out of the race and shut his yap.

    Uh, Trump’s American-born father presumably “trumps” the writer who doesn’t appear to have deep ancestral roots in the US. What was it that Sean Hannity used to say to various leftist callers to his radio show, back in the day?

    Oh yes. It was–

    “Tell me, why exactly do you hate America?”

    Have a good day.

    • Replies: @Ed
    He doesn't sound like he has an accent here. So he was born here at least. Here he is talking about his critical research on how blind people deal with race.


    http://youtu.be/E_tZujbwR64
  95. On a lighter note:

    It does appear that Trump will indeed win CA’s primary as well as fairly coast to the necessary 1,237 total delegates needed to clinch the GOP nomination.

    By 12 Midnight EST the GOP will officially have their nominee.

  96. Steve made me click on the NYT. It’s not my fault!

    http://tinyurl.com/zhp92za

    Trump is the new Elvis.

  97. Dirk Dagger [AKA "Chico Caldera"] says:
    @Lurker
    Completely OT because the rigorous immigration screening process would never allow anyone in who intended to chop up and eat albinos.

    Sometimes you jess gits HUNGRY for some white meat. I go all gringo by broiling and adding just una pizca de sal. Toast points on the side.

  98. @Mark Eugenikos
    Op-Ed writing for NYT, just another job Americans won't do.

    Opinions are rotting in the fields!

  99. @Yojimbo/Zatoichi
    Uh, Trump's American-born father presumably "trumps" the writer who doesn't appear to have deep ancestral roots in the US. What was it that Sean Hannity used to say to various leftist callers to his radio show, back in the day?

    Oh yes. It was--

    "Tell me, why exactly do you hate America?"

    Have a good day.

    He doesn’t sound like he has an accent here. So he was born here at least. Here he is talking about his critical research on how blind people deal with race.

    http://youtu.be/E_tZujbwR64

    • Replies: @Jim Lahey
    Both men are seated with their jackets buttoned, although Prof. Wu unbuttons his jacket during the interview. I think that leaving a jacket buttoned while seated looks odd, but I realize that it's an obscure fashion rule that most people don't worry about. The rules for cargo shorts and oversize T-shirts are not as stifling, I suppose.
    , @Threecranes
    And yet,,,,,and yet, color is the least important aspect of white's feelings towards blacks, although blacks (like this guy) want us to believe that it's just about their color. Would that this were true. If it were, then solving the race problem in America would be a simple exercise in habituating through operant conditioning.

    What drives white flight is fear. Not fear of blackness per se, but of so-called "random" violence towards their children while they are walking or riding the bus to school.

    When young black men stop murdering, raping and assaulting people at multiples of any other demographic group, then maybe the problem of race in America will be reduced to whites "noticing" their color.

  100. Trump wins in South Dakota, New Jersey and New Mexico. He’s polling well in California. Montana dubious.

  101. @anowow
    I suspect it won't, but it would be poetic and actual justice if this Trump U case and all the anguished cries about the cheated students would cause the national "conversation" to address traditional universities. I'm not just talking about people with unmarketable humanities degrees. Plenty of kids putting that business degree to work managing a Hertz franchise, not to mention the STEM kids screwed over by H1B visas. The inflation of degrees and costs compared to the job market is inexcusable and would be a source of national shame if Silent Gen and Boomer Elites weren't so nihilistic.

    But we aren't going to go there. HRC will continue to economically and demographically kick young people in the face, deans will breed like rabbits in their favorite overly manicured campus habitats, college coaches make out like bandits, federal compliance requirements increase and diversity initiatives and offices will be funded.

    If Trump were smart he'd appeal directly to educated young people, a sort of quid pro quo, he promises to do something about education costs and student debt burdens, they go along with his immigration policies. And be overt about it. They'd never admit it to their facebook friends, but he'd get their votes.

    Right now, white collar and blue collar workers have no solidarity, to their detriment. The contempt the educated have for languishing blue collar workers is more than returned with snide jokes about degrees in Medieval French Literature. STEM majors need to also develop solidarity with humanities majors, who often go on to work in journalism or in the government or teach the children. Otherwise, they shouldn't expect to get more sympathy, help or attention for situations like what happened at Disney. An increase in solidarity, as well a reclaiming of Big Ed from neocons, leftists and neoliberals will take decades, but an overt appeal to something like this by a leader would create a fairly effective political movement.

    Yes, it would have been wonderful if Trump had started a university, even a for-profit university, that provided a real educational alternative to leftist institutions. Instead it was a scam that further discredited the idea that such a thing could even exist.

    • Replies: @Pericles
    Real educational alternatives, indeed superior ones, to leftist institutions have of course existed for hundreds of years. The leftists took them over around 1968 in a remarkably coordinated action across the western world.
  102. @Ed
    I don't see any difference between Trump U & your typical university. Take some of these private HBCUs for example like Morehouse. The avg. SAT score for its students is around 1000 M+V, its net cost to students is 30k a year. Yet less than 60% of its students earn more than a high school graduate ($25k) six years after they've enrolled. Needless to say the default rate & debt burden are very high for its students. In fact it rivals the so called bad for profit schools. Yet few attack these schools or call them cons.
    https://collegescorecard.ed.gov/school/?140553-Morehouse-College

    Good point, but it’s a dirty little secret that many don’t want to discuss.

  103. @Anonym
    And this is exactly why I believe that SFG is wrong and Trump is going to ride to victory on the highest white percentage of the vote and turnout that has ever been seen. The danger is now clear and present. That was not the case in Enoch Powell's day.

    And this is exactly why I believe that SFG is wrong and Trump is going to ride to victory on the highest white percentage of the vote and turnout that has ever been seen. The danger is now clear and present. That was not the case in Enoch Powell’s day.

    It would be nice if this were so but I don’t think we’re there yet. Eyes are definitely being opened and talk is being talked but the existing order benefits a whole lot of whites, safely cocooned in their gated communities, and a continuation of the status quo is simply less disruptive to their lives than trying to turn the direction of society. Matters will have to get a lot worse to make the danger clear and present, present in the lives of the cocooned, rather than just an abstract notion that they understand but are unwilling to lift a finger to address.

  104. @Ed
    He doesn't sound like he has an accent here. So he was born here at least. Here he is talking about his critical research on how blind people deal with race.


    http://youtu.be/E_tZujbwR64

    Both men are seated with their jackets buttoned, although Prof. Wu unbuttons his jacket during the interview. I think that leaving a jacket buttoned while seated looks odd, but I realize that it’s an obscure fashion rule that most people don’t worry about. The rules for cargo shorts and oversize T-shirts are not as stifling, I suppose.

  105. Agreed, people without “deep ancestral roots in the US shouldn’t lecture us about the US …

    Doesn’t the set of peepul without deep ancestral roots in the US include many Democrats, such as our present President?

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    Doesn’t the set of peepul without deep ancestral roots in the US include many Democrats, such as our present President?
     
    Obama has as almost as many generations of US ancestry as John F Kennedy, Ronald Reagan, Donald Trump, and Hillary Clinton combined. The real scandal is that he has no appreciation for it.

    Of course, with his moonbat family, that's perfectly understandable. But it doesn't make for a promising presidency.
  106. @Ed
    He doesn't sound like he has an accent here. So he was born here at least. Here he is talking about his critical research on how blind people deal with race.


    http://youtu.be/E_tZujbwR64

    And yet,,,,,and yet, color is the least important aspect of white’s feelings towards blacks, although blacks (like this guy) want us to believe that it’s just about their color. Would that this were true. If it were, then solving the race problem in America would be a simple exercise in habituating through operant conditioning.

    What drives white flight is fear. Not fear of blackness per se, but of so-called “random” violence towards their children while they are walking or riding the bus to school.

    When young black men stop murdering, raping and assaulting people at multiples of any other demographic group, then maybe the problem of race in America will be reduced to whites “noticing” their color.

    • Replies: @Jefferson
    "And yet,,,,,and yet, color is the least important aspect of white’s feelings towards blacks,"

    Most Whites don't judge Blacks by the color of their skin, but all White Nationalists judge Blacks by the color of their skin.

    Hence why on Stormfront even Donald Trump supporters like Herman Cain, Katrina Pierson, Omarosa, Stacey Dash, and Dr. Ben Carson are still considered evil dirty Muds who should by violent force all be shipped back to Africa because they don't belong in America.

    Lucky for Blacks, the vast majority of Whites in The U.S do not have that Stormfront mentality, although I can't say the same for The Unz.

  107. @BenKenobi
    "Government's an affair of sitting, not hitting. You rule with brains and buttocks, never with the fists." - Huxley, Brave New World

    If this whole Trump thing fails, TPTB could easily just sit on their gains like a Jeopardy! run-away. One more generation of demographic warfare and the Waffen-PC will take care of the rest.

    Is the Coalition of the Fringes that smart? No they want to go full ISIS on their infidels. I remember reading that fighters opposing ISIS began to fight to the death after those few instances of highly public and mediagenic prisoner massacres/executions.

    It would be incredibly myopic to "go for the kill" in the event of a Trump loss.

    Interesting times indeed.

    “Government’s an affair of sitting, not hitting. You rule with brains and buttocks, never with the fists.” – Huxley, Brave New World

    A more downscale version of this is PJ O’Rourke’s assertion that the most dangerous characteristic of government is that it’s boring. Only those who can sit through interminable meetings will ever hold the reins of power.

  108. You have, Mr. Sailer, moderated my last comment to your work.

  109. @David Davenport
    Agreed, people without “deep ancestral roots in the US shouldn’t lecture us about the US ...

    Doesn't the set of peepul without deep ancestral roots in the US include many Democrats, such as our present President?

    Doesn’t the set of peepul without deep ancestral roots in the US include many Democrats, such as our present President?

    Obama has as almost as many generations of US ancestry as John F Kennedy, Ronald Reagan, Donald Trump, and Hillary Clinton combined. The real scandal is that he has no appreciation for it.

    Of course, with his moonbat family, that’s perfectly understandable. But it doesn’t make for a promising presidency.

    • Replies: @Wanderer
    And if Frank Marshall Davis is his father then on that side his ancestry in America would seem to go back to before 1807.
  110. @Mike Sylwester
    I assume that Donald Trump's lawyers eventually will submit a legal motion detailing the "unfair" and "horrible" decisions made by Gonzalo "La Raza Lawyer" Curiel in this case. The publication of that motion to remove Curiel from the case will advance the discussion.

    In the meantime, the public should become aware that the Clinton Crime Family has made millions of dollars from a for-profit school named "Laureate Education".

    Here are some excerpts from a Breitbart article:


    .... In April 2015, Bill Clinton was forced to abruptly resign from his lucrative perch as honorary chancellor of Laureate Education, a for-profit college company. The reason for Clinton’s immediate departure: ... Laureate funneled Bill Clinton $16.46 million over five years while Hillary Clinton’s State Dept. pumped at least $55 million to a group run by Laureate’s founder and chairman, Douglas Becker, a man with strong ties to the Clinton Global Initiative.

    Laureate has donated between $1 million and $5 million ... to the Clinton Foundation. ....

    As the Washington Post reports, “Laureate has stirred controversy throughout Latin America, where it derives two-thirds of its revenue.”

    During Bill Clinton’s tenure as Laureate’s chancellor, the school spent over $200 million a year on aggressive telemarketing, flashy Internet banner ads, and billboards designed to lure often unprepared students from impoverished countries to enroll in its for-profit classes.

    The goal: get as many students, regardless of skill level, signed up and paying tuition. .....

    .... Rio state legislator Robson Leite who led a probe into Bill Clinton’s embattled for-profit education scheme, say the company is all about extracting cash, not educating students. “They have turned education into a commodity that focuses more on profit than knowledge,” said Leite. ....

    .... for five years, Bill Clinton allowed his face and name to be plastered all over Laureate’s marketing materials. As Clinton Cash reported, pictures of Bill Clinton even lined the walkways at campuses like Laureate’s Bilgi University in Istanbul, Turkey. That Laureate has campuses in Turkey is odd, given that for-profit colleges are illegal there, as well as in Mexico and Chile where Laureate also operates.

    Shortly after Bill Clinton’s lucrative 2010 Laureate appointment, Hillary Clinton’s State Dept. began pumping millions of its USAID dollars to a sister nonprofit, International Youth Foundation (IYF), which is run by Laureate’s founder and chairman, Douglas Becker. Indeed, State Dept. funding skyrocketed once Bill Clinton got on the Laureate payroll ....

    .... in 2009, the year before Bill Clinton joined Laureate, the nonprofit received 11 grants worth $9 million from the State Department or the affiliated USAID. In 2010, the group received 14 grants worth $15.1 million. In 2011, 13 grants added up to $14.6 million. The following year, those numbers jumped: IYF received 21 grants worth $25.5 million, including a direct grant from the State Department. ...
     

    http://www.breitbart.com/2016-presidential-race/2016/06/02/hillary-university-bill-clinton-bagged-16-46-million-from-for-profit-college-as-state-dept-funneled-55-million-back/

    During Bill Clinton’s tenure as Laureate’s chancellor, the school spent over $200 million a year on aggressive telemarketing….

    $200 million a year? Hard to believe.

    Thanks for posting this. This is astoundingly corrupt.

  111. @sabril
    Off topic Steve, but have you been following the Brock Turner rape case at Stanford?

    Finally, a defendant who (1) actually sexually assaulted someone; and (2) pretty much fits the Left's narrative.

    Here's an angle which is worth consideration: Was Turner juicing? To be on the swim team at Stanford is quite an achievement. Also, the attack he engaged in is out of character for the kind of students they have at Stanford. Last, the police report, which seems pretty believable, says that Turner still had an erection after he'd been chased, tackled, and held down by some other students.

    Here’s an angle which is worth consideration: Was Turner juicing? To be on the swim team at Stanford is quite an achievement. Also, the attack he engaged in is out of character for the kind of students they have at Stanford.

    No, it’s not. It happens all the time at places like Stanford.

  112. @sabril
    Off topic Steve, but have you been following the Brock Turner rape case at Stanford?

    Finally, a defendant who (1) actually sexually assaulted someone; and (2) pretty much fits the Left's narrative.

    Here's an angle which is worth consideration: Was Turner juicing? To be on the swim team at Stanford is quite an achievement. Also, the attack he engaged in is out of character for the kind of students they have at Stanford. Last, the police report, which seems pretty believable, says that Turner still had an erection after he'd been chased, tackled, and held down by some other students.

    delete

  113. @International Jew
    That's interesting, but really, no one associated with a traditional college, however august, that offers degrees in sociology has any business throwing stones at for-profit colleges.

    That’s interesting, but really, no one associated with a traditional college, however august, that offers degrees in sociology has any business throwing stones at for-profit colleges.

    Sociology made its first appearance in America in 1854– to defend the peculiar institutions of the Old South. That year, Henry Hughes and George Fitzhugh published the first American books on the subject, which theretofore was a French specialty.

    Hughes wanted to revive the legal slave trade (i.e., bring even more blacks here), and Fitzhugh thought the lower orders of whites should be enslaved as well.

    These guys were no friend of the white man.

    • Replies: @Buzz Mohawk
    Gee, sociology has such a nice history. Kind of like the Democrat party.
  114. @Reg Cæsar

    That’s interesting, but really, no one associated with a traditional college, however august, that offers degrees in sociology has any business throwing stones at for-profit colleges.
     
    Sociology made its first appearance in America in 1854-- to defend the peculiar institutions of the Old South. That year, Henry Hughes and George Fitzhugh published the first American books on the subject, which theretofore was a French specialty.

    Hughes wanted to revive the legal slave trade (i.e., bring even more blacks here), and Fitzhugh thought the lower orders of whites should be enslaved as well.

    These guys were no friend of the white man.

    Gee, sociology has such a nice history. Kind of like the Democrat party.

  115. @granesperanzablanco
    Right people are projecting deep thoughts onto Donald Trump's motives losing sight that we have a presidential candidate who ran a scam "university" and might just be one of the world's best grifters. Everything is personal for Donald Trump and everything about Trump is about self-aggrandizement.

    I feel people here just want to turn back the clock so badly they are ignoring how bad this guy is. Donald Trump is nothing like a great man

    Right people are projecting deep thoughts onto Donald Trump’s motives losing sight that we have a presidential candidate who ran a scam “university” and might just be one of the world’s best grifters. Everything is personal for Donald Trump and everything about Trump is about self-aggrandizement.

    I feel people here just want to turn back the clock so badly they are ignoring how bad this guy is. Donald Trump is nothing like a great man

    As it happens, the Clintons did the same thing, but more crookedly.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    As it happens, the Clintons did the same thing, but more crookedly.
     
    And Trump's clients knew what they were getting into. (The price alone was a giveaway.) I doubt the Clintons' Latin Americans did.
  116. @ben tillman

    Right people are projecting deep thoughts onto Donald Trump’s motives losing sight that we have a presidential candidate who ran a scam “university” and might just be one of the world’s best grifters. Everything is personal for Donald Trump and everything about Trump is about self-aggrandizement.

    I feel people here just want to turn back the clock so badly they are ignoring how bad this guy is. Donald Trump is nothing like a great man
     
    As it happens, the Clintons did the same thing, but more crookedly.

    As it happens, the Clintons did the same thing, but more crookedly.

    And Trump’s clients knew what they were getting into. (The price alone was a giveaway.) I doubt the Clintons’ Latin Americans did.

    • Replies: @tbraton
    If Trump's "University," which apparently taught valuable real estate lessons, was a "scam," what about colleges and universities around the country which confer degrees in such useless majors as "Afro-American Studies" and put students hundreds of thousand dollars in debt just so they can work as barristas at Starbucks? Back in the 60's, when I was in college, I believe the standard was that 10% of high school students went on to college. Now the percentage is over 65%.
  117. @Reg Cæsar

    Doesn’t the set of peepul without deep ancestral roots in the US include many Democrats, such as our present President?
     
    Obama has as almost as many generations of US ancestry as John F Kennedy, Ronald Reagan, Donald Trump, and Hillary Clinton combined. The real scandal is that he has no appreciation for it.

    Of course, with his moonbat family, that's perfectly understandable. But it doesn't make for a promising presidency.

    And if Frank Marshall Davis is his father then on that side his ancestry in America would seem to go back to before 1807.

  118. @Jack D
    Yes, it would have been wonderful if Trump had started a university, even a for-profit university, that provided a real educational alternative to leftist institutions. Instead it was a scam that further discredited the idea that such a thing could even exist.

    Real educational alternatives, indeed superior ones, to leftist institutions have of course existed for hundreds of years. The leftists took them over around 1968 in a remarkably coordinated action across the western world.

  119. @Charles Martel
    Trump's latest tactics are somewhat bizarre to me. I am sure that there is some method behind this madness but so far it has eluded me. What could he possibly gain by doing what he is doing with his comments about the judge?

    And what I mean is: he could have said, I think the judge is biased because he is a member of "LA Raza" ("THE RACE" in Spanish). Instead, Trump says he thinks the judge may be biased because he has Mexican ancestors! The former would be a bullet proof argument and would make the spineless weeds growing in DC (Ryan and McConnell) look ridiculous and total hypocrites. The latter, unfortunately, runs the risk of being "tarred" as a racial argument whereas the former cannot.

    So why does Trump choose the latter argument from the beginning and not the former? What gives? Trump is again up to something here that all of us have missed. I happen to subscribe to a lot of Scott Adams' views about Trump - he is infinitely more cunning and resourceful than any of his enemies are even now willing to concede. And chances are that he will clean Hillary out in November if the FBI doesn't.

    I don’t know what the answer is, but I have suggested one possibility is that Judge Curiel was born in 1954 and that his father and mother became U.S. citizens at some indeterminate date after Judge Curiel was born. If they weren’t U.S. citizens when Judge Curiel was born, he is, in effect, an “anchor baby” that Anne Coulter has argued that the 14th Amendment does not entitle to U.S. citizenship, even if he had been born in Indiana. If Trump and his lawyers know when Judge Curiel’s parents obtained U.S. citizenship, he could be sitting on a bombshell that he will be detonating a few months from now when his lawyers file a motion for Judge Curiel to recuse himself. Apparently, today’s NY Times has inadvently let the cat out of the bag when it states in an article dealing with Newt Gingrich’s criticism of Trump’s remarks about the judge:

    “denounced the presumptive presidential nominee for calling Judge Gonzalo P. Curiel a “Mexican.” The judge was born in Indiana to Mexican parents.” http://www.nytimes.com/2016/06/07/us/newt-gingrich-donald-trump-judge.html?mabReward=CTM&action=click&pgtype=Homepage&region=CColumn&module=Recommendation&src=rechp&WT.nav=RecEngine

    If Judge Curiel’s parents were “Mexican” when he was born, that makes Judge Curiel an “anchor baby,” and Donald Trump correctly criticized that concept last summer.

    If the U.S. Senate failed to explore this issue when it confirmed Judge Curiel’s nomination, that leaves a lot of egg on that esteemed institution’s face. They confirmed someone to be a federal judge who might not even be a U.S. citizen.

  120. @Reg Cæsar

    As it happens, the Clintons did the same thing, but more crookedly.
     
    And Trump's clients knew what they were getting into. (The price alone was a giveaway.) I doubt the Clintons' Latin Americans did.

    If Trump’s “University,” which apparently taught valuable real estate lessons, was a “scam,” what about colleges and universities around the country which confer degrees in such useless majors as “Afro-American Studies” and put students hundreds of thousand dollars in debt just so they can work as barristas at Starbucks? Back in the 60’s, when I was in college, I believe the standard was that 10% of high school students went on to college. Now the percentage is over 65%.

  121. @Ed
    I don't see any difference between Trump U & your typical university. Take some of these private HBCUs for example like Morehouse. The avg. SAT score for its students is around 1000 M+V, its net cost to students is 30k a year. Yet less than 60% of its students earn more than a high school graduate ($25k) six years after they've enrolled. Needless to say the default rate & debt burden are very high for its students. In fact it rivals the so called bad for profit schools. Yet few attack these schools or call them cons.
    https://collegescorecard.ed.gov/school/?140553-Morehouse-College

    Apparently Trump is working on a student debt/college cost proposal for the Bernie millenials, would be a hell of a pivot from Trump U.

  122. @Buzz Mohawk
    OT ? :

    http://www.cbsnews.com/news/malawi-albinos-hunted-and-murdered-for-their-limbs/

    Looking to get a piece of that white privilege.

  123. IBC says:
    @International Jew
    I imagine his ancestors made a lot more money off good ol' Christian Protestant Yankee slave traders. First because there were a lot more of them than us, and second because we never pay retail.

    By the late 18th century, the vast majority of slave traders weren’t Jewish. But in the 16th and 17th centuries, Jewish people and especially Conversos, did play a major role in the slave trade and also in pioneering the sugar plantation business model that drove the majority of demand. History is not black and white, so to speak.

  124. @Threecranes
    And yet,,,,,and yet, color is the least important aspect of white's feelings towards blacks, although blacks (like this guy) want us to believe that it's just about their color. Would that this were true. If it were, then solving the race problem in America would be a simple exercise in habituating through operant conditioning.

    What drives white flight is fear. Not fear of blackness per se, but of so-called "random" violence towards their children while they are walking or riding the bus to school.

    When young black men stop murdering, raping and assaulting people at multiples of any other demographic group, then maybe the problem of race in America will be reduced to whites "noticing" their color.

    “And yet,,,,,and yet, color is the least important aspect of white’s feelings towards blacks,”

    Most Whites don’t judge Blacks by the color of their skin, but all White Nationalists judge Blacks by the color of their skin.

    Hence why on Stormfront even Donald Trump supporters like Herman Cain, Katrina Pierson, Omarosa, Stacey Dash, and Dr. Ben Carson are still considered evil dirty Muds who should by violent force all be shipped back to Africa because they don’t belong in America.

    Lucky for Blacks, the vast majority of Whites in The U.S do not have that Stormfront mentality, although I can’t say the same for The Unz.

  125. @Jim Sweeney
    His name is: Eric Guster, a motor-mouthed lawyer who tries to bully any panelists with whom he shares a time-spot. He is where he is first because he's black and because he spews like the allegedly reverends Jackson and Sharpton. Hannity's show is becoming a series of shouting match es which he fails to control. When that happens, I usually switch to the Tennis Channel which is not particularly diverse. I watch it with the sound muted as the commentators are awful.

    O'Reilly's show has similar shouting segments almost always when Juan Williams, another black motor-mouth, is a panelist or when that runty greaseball, Rivera, is on. He's the latino version of the black Baptist preacher model.

    One interesting characteristic of the motor-mouths and progressive reporters is their nearly universal lack of military service. Check Wikipedia on your pet peeve panelist and see what I mean. Hilary even married a draft-dodger and wasn't it one of their staffers who said she: "Loathed the military"?

    “O’Reilly’s show has similar shouting segments almost always when Juan Williams, another black motor-mouth, is a panelist or when that runty greaseball, Rivera, is on. He’s the latino version of the black Baptist preacher model.”

    I can’t stand Juan Williams, he sounds like a snake oil salesmen when he tells Conservatives on The Five that if The Republican Party ever wants to win presidential elections again they need to move more to the Left on immigration.

    Those Mexican thugs who physically assault Donald Trump supporters and burn the American flag, they still would not have voted Republican if Little Marco or Low Energy Jeb had won the GOP nomination and that is because they are Far Left Wing communist anarchists who worship Che Guevara. Even a Marco or a Jeb is still too Right Wing for them.

    Juan says Hispanics are “natural Conservatives”, so why is he a Democrat and not a Republican? After all Juan Williams is Panamanian. Juan is being condescending, he doesn’t believe the smoke that he is blowing.

  126. @Jim Sweeney
    His name is: Eric Guster, a motor-mouthed lawyer who tries to bully any panelists with whom he shares a time-spot. He is where he is first because he's black and because he spews like the allegedly reverends Jackson and Sharpton. Hannity's show is becoming a series of shouting match es which he fails to control. When that happens, I usually switch to the Tennis Channel which is not particularly diverse. I watch it with the sound muted as the commentators are awful.

    O'Reilly's show has similar shouting segments almost always when Juan Williams, another black motor-mouth, is a panelist or when that runty greaseball, Rivera, is on. He's the latino version of the black Baptist preacher model.

    One interesting characteristic of the motor-mouths and progressive reporters is their nearly universal lack of military service. Check Wikipedia on your pet peeve panelist and see what I mean. Hilary even married a draft-dodger and wasn't it one of their staffers who said she: "Loathed the military"?

    Thanks. I am not familiar with the gentleman. By coincidence, I ran across the name of the “conservative woman” who appeared on Hannity that night by seeing her name yesterday on a piece in RCP that triggered a memory. Her name is Stacey Dash. She apparently is a Fox commentator because she is one of those rare birds, a conservative in the movie business in Hollywood who is willing to speak out about her conservative positions. I was also surprised to be reminded that she was Cher’s close friend Dionne in one of my favorite movies, “Clueless,” that came out 20 years ago. Both she and Hannity expressed astonishment at the baseless nonsense that Eric Guster spouted that night about how Trump was responsible for the violence at his rallies.

    • Replies: @tbraton
    Here's a report I just came across on RCP. http://www.mercurynews.com/crime-courts/ci_29992763/trump-supporters-were-running-their-lives-after-san:

    " SAN JOSE -- Two undercover police officers at a Donald Trump rally last week said they saw Trump supporters "get punched, kicked and pushed" and "running for their lives," according to a police report.

    The plainclothes officers said they did not intervene for fear their own safety would be jeopardized as the estimated 400 protesters developed a "mob mentality."

    The officers' observations were included in the arrest report of Antonio Moses Fernandez, 19, of San Jose, who is accused of throwing a metal barrier into a police skirmish line following the Trump rally June 2 outside the San Jose Convention Center. Fernandez made his first court appearance Tuesday and was charged with felony assault on a peace officer with a deadly weapon and misdemeanor resisting, delaying or obstructing an officer, according to court documents.

    Fernandez hung up the phone Wednesday when reached by this newspaper. He could face a sentence of five years in prison if convicted on the felony assault with a deadly weapon charge, according to the prosecutors.

    "When there's an assault on a police officer, we don't have any tolerance for that," prosecutor Chris Boscia said.

    So far Fernandez is the only person to be criminally charged stemming from the violence that erupted outside Trump's rally last week. Three other people were also arrested the day of the rally, including Ahmed Abdirahman, 19, of Santa Clara, and Robert Trillo, 18, both on suspicion of felony assault with a deadly weapon, and Michael Kitaigorodsky, 19, of San Jose, on suspicion of refusal to disperse.

    Three juveniles were also arrested, police said Wednesday. A 16-year-old and a 17-year-old, both of San Jose, were arrested for felony assault with a deadly weapon. A 16-year-old Milpitas resident was arrested for misdemeanor battery. Their names were not released because they are minors. The attacks were seen in television reports.

    Details about what led to the other arrests have not been made public. Police on Wednesday afternoon released images of another assault suspect they are seeking.

    The Santa Clara County District Attorney's Office said Wednesday morning it is reviewing case files in the arrests of Trillo and Kitaigorodsky. If charged, the two men may not make their first court appearance until Aug. 2. Prosecutors were still waiting Wednesday morning to receive the police report in the Abdirahman case.

    One of the undercover officers wrote that he was "monitoring protesters from within the crowd" and estimated there were 250 protesters gathered behind barricades at 6 p.m., about one hour before Trump's scheduled arrival. That number grew as the evening wore on.

    As the crowd grew, the officer noted that "it became inherently dangerous for anyone wearing a T-shirt or hat in support of Trump. I observed Trump supporters being spit on, objects being thrown at them, punched, kicked and even robbed of their personal belongings.

    "In these instances, I observed victims running for their lives."

    A second undercover officer reported seeing "several individuals wearing Trump articles of clothing get punched, kicked and pushed. Due to the crowd size and volatility, officers (both uniform and plain clothes) were unable to help most victims."

    Just after 8 p.m. police issued an order for the crown to disperse. At 9:10 p.m. the undercover officers witnessed Fernandez throw a metal barricade into officers dressed in full riot gear. One officer was injured after being hit by the barricade, according to the report.

    The undercover officers say they witnessed Fernandez pick up a second barrier and then put it down. One witnessed Fernandez remove his shirt and use it to cover his face. One of the undercover officers eventually tackled Fernandez and held him down until uniformed officers arrived to make the arrest.

    During a police interview, Fernandez denied throwing the barrier into the police line.

    In the face of critics who charge police did little to protect Trump supporters, Police Chief Eddie Garcia has defended his officers' handling of the protest. Garcia insisted that it was more important for police to hold their "skirmish line" formations than to stop individual attacks.

    "We are not an 'occupying force' and cannot reflect the chaotic tactics of the protesters," Garcia told reporters. Unless a victim's life was in peril or the violence was "spiraling out of control," he said, officers held back to avoid inciting more violence and having the crowd turn on officers. He also said the 250 police weren't enough to control about 400 protesters.

    Following the rally several videos appeared on various social media sites and captured some of the attacks.

    A police task force is reviewing video evidence of the assaults and other possible crimes from the protest. Monday the police department announced more arrests were "imminent," but so far no additional arrests have been announced.

    San Jose police are asking anyone with information about physical assaults at the Trump rally or videos of the violence to contact their Assaults Unit at 408-277-4161 or leave a tip with Silicon Valley Crime Stoppers at 408-947-STOP (7867) or svcrimestoppers.org."

    Well, I guess this article proves conclusively that Donald Trump is responsible for all this violence at his rallies. Now let's see. There were 250 police against 400 protesters, and they were afraid to act even though they "observed victims running for their lives"? Maybe a few well-aimed bullets might have enabled this outnumbered force to exert control over that mob. Good thing these cops weren't at Marathon or Platea. Otherwise Western Civilization might have taken a much different course. Otherwise, if you are a law abiding member of the public, forget about the police protecting you. That means we are paying these over-pampered and over-admired jerks to protect themselves, not the public.

    BTW I need to give a special mention to that Mormon-owned Marriott hotel which locked the door outside of which that smiling blonde Trump supporter was being pelted by eggs and refused to let her in. I wonder if Mitt Romney approves. As I recall, he was named after J. Willard Marriott, the founder of the Marriott Corporation.
  127. @Chrisnonymous
    Yes, long and self-absorbed... what do they call that over at the Chateau? Hamster wheel?

    Simply “The Hamster”, or “Hamstering” as a verb. It’s usually used in reference to post-hoc rationalizations rather than self-absorption. A good example would be passing out at a party and not recognizing that you bear some measure of responsibility for that.

    • Replies: @Brutusale
    Anyone with any experience at all with women know that they have a invariable need to clear the buffer. Which is why we're constantly accused of not listening. Because we're not.
  128. To add to IBC’s point: IIRC, the oldest synagogue in the US was built with slaver’s money.

  129. Most Whites don’t judge Blacks by the color of their skin, but all White Nationalists judge Blacks by the color of their skin.

    Your understanding of WNism is dismal. You should read more and speak less on the subject.

  130. Hence why on Stormfront even Donald Trump supporters like Herman Cain, Katrina Pierson, Omarosa, Stacey Dash, and Dr. Ben Carson are still considered evil dirty Muds who should by violent force all be shipped back to Africa because they don’t belong in America.

    E.g.,

    1. Considering non-whites “evil dirty Muds” is entirely optional. Many WNs condemn this kind of language as self-defeating.
    2. Shipping blacks back to Africa is a topic on which WNs have a varied point of view. It’s entirely optional.
    3. I admire Stacey Dash.
    4. Etc.

    You seem caught in the trap of not being bright enough to understand you aren’t very bright.

  131. @tbraton
    Thanks. I am not familiar with the gentleman. By coincidence, I ran across the name of the "conservative woman" who appeared on Hannity that night by seeing her name yesterday on a piece in RCP that triggered a memory. Her name is Stacey Dash. She apparently is a Fox commentator because she is one of those rare birds, a conservative in the movie business in Hollywood who is willing to speak out about her conservative positions. I was also surprised to be reminded that she was Cher's close friend Dionne in one of my favorite movies, "Clueless," that came out 20 years ago. Both she and Hannity expressed astonishment at the baseless nonsense that Eric Guster spouted that night about how Trump was responsible for the violence at his rallies.

    Here’s a report I just came across on RCP. http://www.mercurynews.com/crime-courts/ci_29992763/trump-supporters-were-running-their-lives-after-san:

    ” SAN JOSE — Two undercover police officers at a Donald Trump rally last week said they saw Trump supporters “get punched, kicked and pushed” and “running for their lives,” according to a police report.

    The plainclothes officers said they did not intervene for fear their own safety would be jeopardized as the estimated 400 protesters developed a “mob mentality.”

    The officers’ observations were included in the arrest report of Antonio Moses Fernandez, 19, of San Jose, who is accused of throwing a metal barrier into a police skirmish line following the Trump rally June 2 outside the San Jose Convention Center. Fernandez made his first court appearance Tuesday and was charged with felony assault on a peace officer with a deadly weapon and misdemeanor resisting, delaying or obstructing an officer, according to court documents.

    Fernandez hung up the phone Wednesday when reached by this newspaper. He could face a sentence of five years in prison if convicted on the felony assault with a deadly weapon charge, according to the prosecutors.

    “When there’s an assault on a police officer, we don’t have any tolerance for that,” prosecutor Chris Boscia said.

    So far Fernandez is the only person to be criminally charged stemming from the violence that erupted outside Trump’s rally last week. Three other people were also arrested the day of the rally, including Ahmed Abdirahman, 19, of Santa Clara, and Robert Trillo, 18, both on suspicion of felony assault with a deadly weapon, and Michael Kitaigorodsky, 19, of San Jose, on suspicion of refusal to disperse.

    Three juveniles were also arrested, police said Wednesday. A 16-year-old and a 17-year-old, both of San Jose, were arrested for felony assault with a deadly weapon. A 16-year-old Milpitas resident was arrested for misdemeanor battery. Their names were not released because they are minors. The attacks were seen in television reports.

    Details about what led to the other arrests have not been made public. Police on Wednesday afternoon released images of another assault suspect they are seeking.

    The Santa Clara County District Attorney’s Office said Wednesday morning it is reviewing case files in the arrests of Trillo and Kitaigorodsky. If charged, the two men may not make their first court appearance until Aug. 2. Prosecutors were still waiting Wednesday morning to receive the police report in the Abdirahman case.

    One of the undercover officers wrote that he was “monitoring protesters from within the crowd” and estimated there were 250 protesters gathered behind barricades at 6 p.m., about one hour before Trump’s scheduled arrival. That number grew as the evening wore on.

    As the crowd grew, the officer noted that “it became inherently dangerous for anyone wearing a T-shirt or hat in support of Trump. I observed Trump supporters being spit on, objects being thrown at them, punched, kicked and even robbed of their personal belongings.

    “In these instances, I observed victims running for their lives.”

    A second undercover officer reported seeing “several individuals wearing Trump articles of clothing get punched, kicked and pushed. Due to the crowd size and volatility, officers (both uniform and plain clothes) were unable to help most victims.”

    Just after 8 p.m. police issued an order for the crown to disperse. At 9:10 p.m. the undercover officers witnessed Fernandez throw a metal barricade into officers dressed in full riot gear. One officer was injured after being hit by the barricade, according to the report.

    The undercover officers say they witnessed Fernandez pick up a second barrier and then put it down. One witnessed Fernandez remove his shirt and use it to cover his face. One of the undercover officers eventually tackled Fernandez and held him down until uniformed officers arrived to make the arrest.

    During a police interview, Fernandez denied throwing the barrier into the police line.

    In the face of critics who charge police did little to protect Trump supporters, Police Chief Eddie Garcia has defended his officers’ handling of the protest. Garcia insisted that it was more important for police to hold their “skirmish line” formations than to stop individual attacks.

    “We are not an ‘occupying force’ and cannot reflect the chaotic tactics of the protesters,” Garcia told reporters. Unless a victim’s life was in peril or the violence was “spiraling out of control,” he said, officers held back to avoid inciting more violence and having the crowd turn on officers. He also said the 250 police weren’t enough to control about 400 protesters.

    Following the rally several videos appeared on various social media sites and captured some of the attacks.

    A police task force is reviewing video evidence of the assaults and other possible crimes from the protest. Monday the police department announced more arrests were “imminent,” but so far no additional arrests have been announced.

    San Jose police are asking anyone with information about physical assaults at the Trump rally or videos of the violence to contact their Assaults Unit at 408-277-4161 or leave a tip with Silicon Valley Crime Stoppers at 408-947-STOP (7867) or svcrimestoppers.org.”

    Well, I guess this article proves conclusively that Donald Trump is responsible for all this violence at his rallies. Now let’s see. There were 250 police against 400 protesters, and they were afraid to act even though they “observed victims running for their lives”? Maybe a few well-aimed bullets might have enabled this outnumbered force to exert control over that mob. Good thing these cops weren’t at Marathon or Platea. Otherwise Western Civilization might have taken a much different course. Otherwise, if you are a law abiding member of the public, forget about the police protecting you. That means we are paying these over-pampered and over-admired jerks to protect themselves, not the public.

    BTW I need to give a special mention to that Mormon-owned Marriott hotel which locked the door outside of which that smiling blonde Trump supporter was being pelted by eggs and refused to let her in. I wonder if Mitt Romney approves. As I recall, he was named after J. Willard Marriott, the founder of the Marriott Corporation.

    • Replies: @Almost Missouri

    "'When there’s an assault on a police officer, we don’t have any tolerance for that,' prosecutor Chris Boscia said."
     
    Although when there is an assault on a member of the general public, they're full of tolerance for that, by their own admission.
  132. @rod1963
    If Trump doesn't win, we're finished as a country. Hillary and the Left will see to it.

    You better take a good look around you. Race replacement has been accelerated, Silicon Valley giants Facebook, Google and others have already declared war against Americans and Europeans by censoring their online comments and even reporting them to the authorities in Europe. The same will happen here if Hillary wins. Gun confiscation is a given once Hillary wins.

    The Left and the Globalist men-children of Silicon Valley have already equated Trump and his followers with being Nazis. You don't do this unless you're planning on doing something bad to them. Think about this. Nazis are the only people that it's seen okay to do violence against.

    Remember violence and intimidation are part and parcel of Socialism/Leftism and for that matter any authoritarian movement. Look at Argentina, Venezuela. In Europe, England, Sweden and Germany have a host of laws that can land you in a world of hurt if you just say the wrong thing.

    This is right out of the Soviet Union and it doesn't even get a mention anymore.

    The point in this is that hammer is going to drop on us whether we like it or not if Trump loses and they will make sure his movement dies.

    Rod, you have way too much confidence in the ability of our foes. HRC would not be the standard-bearer if Left had its preferences, and neither would be Bernie the pathetic Crusty Clown. Venezuela looms large, and the Left’s dishonesty has been shown by Jonathan Gruber and Ben Rhodes, once again. If you were to construct a weaker hand for them you would be hard pressed to outdo what they have done.

    Trump wins. But the downside is Trump will be the dog that caught the car. Once he has won, what does he do?

  133. @ATX Hipster
    Simply "The Hamster", or "Hamstering" as a verb. It's usually used in reference to post-hoc rationalizations rather than self-absorption. A good example would be passing out at a party and not recognizing that you bear some measure of responsibility for that.

    Anyone with any experience at all with women know that they have a invariable need to clear the buffer. Which is why we’re constantly accused of not listening. Because we’re not.

  134. @tbraton
    Here's a report I just came across on RCP. http://www.mercurynews.com/crime-courts/ci_29992763/trump-supporters-were-running-their-lives-after-san:

    " SAN JOSE -- Two undercover police officers at a Donald Trump rally last week said they saw Trump supporters "get punched, kicked and pushed" and "running for their lives," according to a police report.

    The plainclothes officers said they did not intervene for fear their own safety would be jeopardized as the estimated 400 protesters developed a "mob mentality."

    The officers' observations were included in the arrest report of Antonio Moses Fernandez, 19, of San Jose, who is accused of throwing a metal barrier into a police skirmish line following the Trump rally June 2 outside the San Jose Convention Center. Fernandez made his first court appearance Tuesday and was charged with felony assault on a peace officer with a deadly weapon and misdemeanor resisting, delaying or obstructing an officer, according to court documents.

    Fernandez hung up the phone Wednesday when reached by this newspaper. He could face a sentence of five years in prison if convicted on the felony assault with a deadly weapon charge, according to the prosecutors.

    "When there's an assault on a police officer, we don't have any tolerance for that," prosecutor Chris Boscia said.

    So far Fernandez is the only person to be criminally charged stemming from the violence that erupted outside Trump's rally last week. Three other people were also arrested the day of the rally, including Ahmed Abdirahman, 19, of Santa Clara, and Robert Trillo, 18, both on suspicion of felony assault with a deadly weapon, and Michael Kitaigorodsky, 19, of San Jose, on suspicion of refusal to disperse.

    Three juveniles were also arrested, police said Wednesday. A 16-year-old and a 17-year-old, both of San Jose, were arrested for felony assault with a deadly weapon. A 16-year-old Milpitas resident was arrested for misdemeanor battery. Their names were not released because they are minors. The attacks were seen in television reports.

    Details about what led to the other arrests have not been made public. Police on Wednesday afternoon released images of another assault suspect they are seeking.

    The Santa Clara County District Attorney's Office said Wednesday morning it is reviewing case files in the arrests of Trillo and Kitaigorodsky. If charged, the two men may not make their first court appearance until Aug. 2. Prosecutors were still waiting Wednesday morning to receive the police report in the Abdirahman case.

    One of the undercover officers wrote that he was "monitoring protesters from within the crowd" and estimated there were 250 protesters gathered behind barricades at 6 p.m., about one hour before Trump's scheduled arrival. That number grew as the evening wore on.

    As the crowd grew, the officer noted that "it became inherently dangerous for anyone wearing a T-shirt or hat in support of Trump. I observed Trump supporters being spit on, objects being thrown at them, punched, kicked and even robbed of their personal belongings.

    "In these instances, I observed victims running for their lives."

    A second undercover officer reported seeing "several individuals wearing Trump articles of clothing get punched, kicked and pushed. Due to the crowd size and volatility, officers (both uniform and plain clothes) were unable to help most victims."

    Just after 8 p.m. police issued an order for the crown to disperse. At 9:10 p.m. the undercover officers witnessed Fernandez throw a metal barricade into officers dressed in full riot gear. One officer was injured after being hit by the barricade, according to the report.

    The undercover officers say they witnessed Fernandez pick up a second barrier and then put it down. One witnessed Fernandez remove his shirt and use it to cover his face. One of the undercover officers eventually tackled Fernandez and held him down until uniformed officers arrived to make the arrest.

    During a police interview, Fernandez denied throwing the barrier into the police line.

    In the face of critics who charge police did little to protect Trump supporters, Police Chief Eddie Garcia has defended his officers' handling of the protest. Garcia insisted that it was more important for police to hold their "skirmish line" formations than to stop individual attacks.

    "We are not an 'occupying force' and cannot reflect the chaotic tactics of the protesters," Garcia told reporters. Unless a victim's life was in peril or the violence was "spiraling out of control," he said, officers held back to avoid inciting more violence and having the crowd turn on officers. He also said the 250 police weren't enough to control about 400 protesters.

    Following the rally several videos appeared on various social media sites and captured some of the attacks.

    A police task force is reviewing video evidence of the assaults and other possible crimes from the protest. Monday the police department announced more arrests were "imminent," but so far no additional arrests have been announced.

    San Jose police are asking anyone with information about physical assaults at the Trump rally or videos of the violence to contact their Assaults Unit at 408-277-4161 or leave a tip with Silicon Valley Crime Stoppers at 408-947-STOP (7867) or svcrimestoppers.org."

    Well, I guess this article proves conclusively that Donald Trump is responsible for all this violence at his rallies. Now let's see. There were 250 police against 400 protesters, and they were afraid to act even though they "observed victims running for their lives"? Maybe a few well-aimed bullets might have enabled this outnumbered force to exert control over that mob. Good thing these cops weren't at Marathon or Platea. Otherwise Western Civilization might have taken a much different course. Otherwise, if you are a law abiding member of the public, forget about the police protecting you. That means we are paying these over-pampered and over-admired jerks to protect themselves, not the public.

    BTW I need to give a special mention to that Mormon-owned Marriott hotel which locked the door outside of which that smiling blonde Trump supporter was being pelted by eggs and refused to let her in. I wonder if Mitt Romney approves. As I recall, he was named after J. Willard Marriott, the founder of the Marriott Corporation.

    “‘When there’s an assault on a police officer, we don’t have any tolerance for that,’ prosecutor Chris Boscia said.”

    Although when there is an assault on a member of the general public, they’re full of tolerance for that, by their own admission.

  135. Venezuela looms large

    It’s long seemed obvious to me that one of the hallmarks of the left is shameless power-grabbing. I saw a headline recently that the leader of the opposition in Venezuela was hit in the face with a pipe. Leftists have just gotten finished completely destroying Venezuela, so what do they do? Hit the leader of the opposition in the face with a pipe. If completely destroying your own country can’t persuade you to sit down and STFU for a couple minutes, nothing can.

  136. “We are not an ‘occupying force’ and cannot reflect the chaotic tactics of the protesters,” Garcia told reporters. Unless a victim’s life was in peril or the violence was “spiraling out of control,” he said, officers held back to avoid inciting more violence and having the crowd turn on officers. He also said the 250 police weren’t enough to control about 400 protesters.

    Eventually this sinks in, and YT becomes an “occupying force” on his own. The gov’t continues to bleed legitimacy.

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