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Hillary will probably try to put Trump in jail if she’s President, the way Julian Assange got charged with sexual assault.

Maybe Trump should work out a deal with the Ecuadorian government to move their embassy into his new Old Post Office hotel in Washington DC.

Then he could come out onto his balcony, like Julian Assange does at the Ecuadorian embassy in London, and harangue Hillary in the White House via loudspeaker.

 
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  1. Does Trump Have a Place of Exile Picked Out?

    Do the rest of us?

    • Replies: @Flinders Petrie
    @Buzz Mohawk


    Do the rest of us
     
    Seriously. I would have never dreamed that I would live through an election where supporting a major party presidential candidate could lead to (possibly) physical violence, and (definitely) social ostracism.

    Replies: @Nns, @RadicalCenter

    , @Jus' Sayin'...
    @Buzz Mohawk

    I'm eligible for dual Canadian citizenship and am well into the process. A Canadian passport will be a good thing to have if Clinton and her neocon masters/minions start a nuclear war with Russia, as seems likely. If Clinton wins, I'm certainly going to move to the northwest mountains near the Canadian border, a place far from federal control and near my planned shelter from nuclear war.

    I'm also preparing myself as best I can, psychologically and materially, for the low intensity, real civil war that looms ever more menacingly as the elites in this country continue their hellbent course towards imposing their will on the productive classes in this country. Their ultimate goal now seems to be create a social structure much like that of Mexico or Brazil.

    , @JimB
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Great comeback. Maybe this is a crazy thought, but perhaps some interior Red States should consider providing sanctuary to people being overtly persecuted by the DOJ, like Sheriff Joe Arpaio. We have already seen unscrupulous Democrat prosecutors destroy the political careers of powerful Republicans in Texas with accusations that look trifling compared to Hillary's obvious pay-to-play behavior as the Secretary of State. No wonder the world is a mess after four years of her incompetence and venality. Imagine what condition the US will be in after four years of her as president. Would there be any hope of impeaching her for even the most heinous offenses? I'm not hopeful.

    Obama has already shown that blatant disregard for the constitution isn't an impeachable offense. Under him we have already seen the Border Patrol ordered to stand down and the IRS, DOJ, HHS, and HUD used to persecute administration enemies. Obama has heavily armed nearly every federal agency, including the Department of Interior, with assault rifles and 3 billion rounds of ammunition (remember the government bulk purchases of ammo a few years back). Hillary will follow in his footsteps by weaponizing every federal agency to go after a quarter of the US population she considers to be deplorable and irredeemable.

    , @Tim Howells
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Steady guys, that day is not this day ...
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EXGUNvIFTQw

    , @Jus' Sayin'...
    @Buzz Mohawk

    We may not need to. The following are going to be hard for the MSM to ignore entirely:

    look at this: http://www.nationalenquirer.com/celebrity/hillary-clinton-lesbian-sex-claims-vince-foster-fixer/ This is my personal favorite. It will be the elephant in the room at the coming debate. If Hillary brings it up as a smear campaign Trump need only reply that she has three weeks to disprove it while it only took him a week to demolish her smear campaign. Then I hope he’ll finally get around to addressing the issues that can win him the election.

    and this: http://therightscoop.com/watch-new-bombshell-video-just-released-james-okeefe-mass-voter-fraud/

    and this: http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-10-18/wikileaks-releases-another-1894-podesta-emails-part-11-data-dump-total-now-17150

    and this: http://www.lifezette.com/polizette/emails-hillary-needs-podium-speak/

    Trump and his supporters have begun their counter attack. And I suspect that this is only the beginning. The Clinton corruption and incompetence are well known. I’ll bet Trump’s team didn’t have much trouble uncovering verifiable, indisputable material that should put her in prison until she dies.

    , @bored identity
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Y'all putzers in this game;

    The Eye of Sauron Jr. is salivating over your retinal scans, as we speak.



    https://s17.postimg.org/hcd0vw9vx/WE_ZER_PEOPLE.jpg

  2. please! don’t talk like that.2017 FBI agents take hilary’s passport , now that’s better.

  3. @benjaminl
    OT: This headline from this week

    http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/elections/2016/2016/10/16/no-trump-effect-hispanic-voter-registration-2016-presidential-election/91944508/

    Is strangely reminiscent of this Steve post from a month ago...

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/hispanic-electoral-tidal-wave-still-hasnt-quite-gone-thru-formality-of-coming-into-existence/

    or this one, from July...

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/gallup-hispanic-voters-tidal-wave-of-fear-and-loathing-postponed-again/

    Or was it this one, from 2011?

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/pew-hispanic-center-hispanic-electoral/

    Or from 2006?

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/in-2006-long-predicted-tidal-wave-of/


    It's almost like: Not noticing patterns makes you stupid. Or, noticing patterns makes you not stupid.

    PS http://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/central-americans-outnumber-mexicans-seized-u-s-border-n667636?cid=sm_tw

    Replies: @Steve Sailer

    Or noticing patterns makes you bad.

    • Replies: @Hacienda
    @Steve Sailer

    Here's a commentator who sees patterns in Trump:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BIHXhs7rYps

    Replies: @bored identity, @bomag, @William Zane

    , @The preferred nomenclature is...
    @Steve Sailer

    And, uh, Dude the preferred nomenclature is evil not bad.

  4. It’s too bad that tourists no longer can go up to the top of the Old Post Office to look down on Washington DC. I used to live in Washington DC, and I always took my out-of-town visitors to see that view.

    Also, the food kiosks on the ground floor sold delicious, reasonably cheap food. It was a good place to sit down and eat lunch during a day of walking around the mall.

    • Replies: @Harry Baldwin
    @Mike Sylwester

    Now you'll be able to get the best taco bowls there.

  5. Another sign of the increasing “Banana Republic” nature of the United States is that losing candidates may face jail. Trump is probably even more vulnerable than most people, given his business interests (e.g., endless tax audits and regulatory investigations; even freezing of assets). Trump probably does have a bolt hole (given Melania’s origins, Slovenia is a good bet), but what a shame that this even has to be discussed.

    • Replies: @Coemgen
    @Diversity Heretic

    If Trump's been involved in anything that would put him in "jail" it already would have been made public. However, there's always punishment by process that can be used to make his life miserable.

    , @Altai
    @Diversity Heretic

    My personal favourite is how every election since 2008 American politicians have been patting themselves on the back that the turnover was peaceful! I think I saw Howard Dean of all people making that point. Reminds me of the episode of the Simpsons when Clinton and Dole were replaced by aliens.

    Granted they seem to be partly on that line to convince all those newly liberated people why voting for their selected stooges was good for them, but now they seem to have to convince themselves.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4v7XXSt9XRM

    Replies: @Wilkey, @Libby

    , @Mark Eugenikos
    @Diversity Heretic

    Slovenia is gorgeous; Alps, seashore, and old castles. Practically no colorful diversity to speak of. Still, I hope he won't need it.

  6. This election really seems to be a benchmark for internal contradictions coming to a head. The liberal-urban-socialist and traditional-rural-capitalist worldviews are completely incompatible (a polite way of saying they hate each other and wish the other were dead), and a lot of ethno-cultural fault lines are being revealed as well. So far everybody is abiding by the agreement that we’ll duke it out at the polls instead of in the streets but how long will that last? If Trump really is Hitler, then inevitably some of our many not-terribly-stable citizens will lash out violently. And if Hillary wins and starts passing hate speech legislation and confiscating “assault weapons” and laying out the immigrant welcome mat, then bourgeois and proletarian whites will face an awful dilemma: break the democratic compact, or be doomed to permanent second-class status.

    The system has a lot of credibility and (I think) prosperity left, so if Hillary gets elected I don’t see whites breaking out their rifles (I think). But given her history she is bound to provoke a financial, social or martial crisis, or all three at once. And if Trump gets elected, and really is Hitler, why wouldn’t the Left Coast just try and secede?

    • Replies: @Flinders Petrie
    @The Anti-Gnostic


    So far everybody is abiding by the agreement that we’ll duke it out at the polls instead of in the streets but how long will that last?
     
    An argument could be made that only one side is stopping short of violence. And, as usual, the violence is coming from the left and being blamed on the right.
    , @Opinionator
    @The Anti-Gnostic

    So far everybody is abiding by the agreement that we’ll duke it out at the polls instead of in the streets but how long will that last?

    Everybody?

    , @Alfred1860
    @The Anti-Gnostic

    " so if Hillary gets elected I don’t see whites breaking out their rifles (I think). But given her history she is bound to provoke a financial, social or martial crisis, or all three at once. "

    Rifles won't do anyone any good against the retaliatory strikes by Russian ICBMs.

    , @Sunbeam
    @The Anti-Gnostic

    "The system has a lot of credibility and (I think) prosperity left, so if Hillary gets elected I don’t see whites breaking out their rifles (I think)."

    I don't think so. To me the relative prosperity of the US is a mirage of sorts, maintained by the reserve currency status the dollar holds, and the fact that since the parties involved that could reorder the system (that basically means China, even if Russia is always mentioned in this regard) are doing ok and don't want to rock the boat right now.

    The yuan ... it gets more important and used worldwide all the time. Whether China actually wants it to be the currency international transactions are conducted in, that may well happen de facto.

    Anyway, regardless of the fact that even the enervated US has productive capacities countries like the PIIGS of Europe couldn't dream of, our balance sheets strangely don't look much different from theirs if you look at it from an asset/liability standpoint.

    Not that I think all these debts are ever going to be paid out in the long run (meaning all the countries that have similar financial situations), I do think that some kind of dramatic fiscal crisis is coming in the short to midterm. And by that I mean something socially disruptive between the Great Depression and the 2008 financial crisis.

    Anyway, I don't really think the US has it in them to have serious domestic instability.

    Until Social Security and the various welfare state subsidies are compromised. Then you are going to see pitchforks and maybe rifles.

    Anyway my take is the ... elites? have made a fundamental miscalculation. The American people might not take to the streets over wikileaks, but if the cheetos and TV are affected...

    Then, then, it's a whole 'nother story. The cheeto dust must flow or something.

    , @Desiderius
    @The Anti-Gnostic


    (I think) prosperity left
     
    Until dad takes away the credit cards.

    Some prosperity.
    , @Eustace Tilley (not)
    @The Anti-Gnostic

    An excellent post except for this: "The system has a lot of credibility and (I think) prosperity left,..."

    After 9/11, in which a government-appointed "independent" Commission came (as in the Kennedy assassination) to the politically-correct pre-established conclusion, I don't see how you can say the system "has a lot of credibility". The Official Report of the 9/11 Commission does not even mention WTC7 (the Salomon Brothers Building) in its index. I have a copy; I looked for it; I found it not.

    , @bomag
    @The Anti-Gnostic

    It might be instructive to consider Iraq; in some ways the oldest civilization. Political change consists of uniting behind a Strong Man with a militia that can out-duel enough of the other guys to hold some territory.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    , @Boomstick
    @The Anti-Gnostic

    One wrinkle in this is that the regime credibility or validity has to be accepted nearly universally by the ruled. If 25% of the population thinks they're unfairly getting the shaft, in either society as a whole or in elections in particular, that's big trouble. In this election in particular the elites seem to be making a point of demonstrating how little regard they have for basic fairness or respecting limits on policies directed at the democratically vanquished.

    It's really astonishing how little regard the media has for their own brand value, and how unmoored political elites have come from unwritten political limits.

    , @AnotherDad
    @The Anti-Gnostic


    And if Trump gets elected, and really is Hitler, why wouldn’t the Left Coast just try and secede?
     
    ???

    I'll grant you the left coast isn't the WallStreet-Washington East Coast--they actually have a productive industry--IT. But in general the whole point of the Democratic party--"United Parasites!"--is that they want to milk the white cow while berating it and keeping it from being able to make decisions for itself. Secession is a horrible thought as the left would be in dire straits, while the enemy flyover country whites could would have zero problems getting their country up and running with the parasitic burden considerably lifted.
    , @Corvinus
    @The Anti-Gnostic

    "This election really seems to be a benchmark for internal contradictions coming to a head."

    2 to 4 years from now we will have the available information to determine to what extent this Trump Revolution has had on American politics.

    "The liberal-urban-socialist and traditional-rural-capitalist worldviews are completely incompatible (a polite way of saying they hate each other and wish the other were dead), and a lot of ethno-cultural fault lines are being revealed as well."

    Vagueness and over generalizations are your strong suit. While I will admit these are competing perspectives, they have been able to politically, economically, and socially co-exist. It would be nice for you to specify exactly what are the specifics and how they are incompatible to the point of the inevitable break-up of America.

    "So far everybody is abiding by the agreement that we’ll duke it out at the polls instead of in the streets but how long will that last?"

    I surmise a long time, given that similar bitter elections (Election of 1828, Election of 1876, Election of 2000) have resulted in "everybody" agreeing to abide by the social compact.

    "If Trump really is Hitler, then inevitably some of our many not-terribly-stable citizens will lash out violently."

    Will you joyously partake in such endeavors?

    "And if Hillary wins and starts passing hate speech legislation and confiscating “assault weapons” and laying out the immigrant welcome mat, then bourgeois and proletarian whites will face an awful dilemma: break the democratic compact, or be doomed to permanent second-class status."

    A BIG IF.

    "And if Trump gets elected, and really is Hitler, why wouldn’t the Left Coast just try and secede?"

    Because some on the left will work to impeach him.

    Replies: @The Anti-Gnostic

  7. He should buy up the properties around the Clinton compound in Chappaqua, plant himself there and make a media spectacle of it if they come for him. And instruct his property manager to be the worst neighbor possible if they take him away.

    • Replies: @Kylie
    @PiltdownMan

    Wonderful! You are really a gem.

    , @Forbes
    @PiltdownMan

    Hillary's home has been in Washington, DC since 2001 seat-warming the Senate.

    , @Harry Baldwin
    @PiltdownMan

    I doubt the Chappaqua compound is particularly important to the Clintons. If Hillary survives her presidency she might want to retire to Beverly Hills or Manhattan.

    Replies: @PiltdownMan

  8. So far everybody is abiding by the agreement that we’ll duke it out at the polls instead of in the streets but how long will that last?

    Maybe neither at the polls nor in the streets but instead in the workplace. Losing a job during the McCarthy era was a very real prospect for ordinary Americans who were deemed ideologically suspect. Aside from the high profile cases in Hollywood and the media, regular folk lost their jobs silently in the American corporate workplace simply because of a rumor that had followed them into work.

    If Hillary wins, expect at least some Trump sympathizers to lose jobs, and not just in government.

    • Replies: @L Woods
    @PiltdownMan

    Are we really supposed to sympathize with McCarthyism's "victims?" It seems clear in hindsight that if McCarthyism was flawed it was in that it didn't go nearly far enough (i.e., as far as the left goes now).

    Replies: @PiltdownMan, @guest

    , @Mr. Anon
    @PiltdownMan

    "Maybe neither at the polls nor in the streets but instead in the workplace. Losing a job during the McCarthy era was a very real prospect for ordinary Americans who were deemed ideologically suspect."

    No, it wasn't. That is Hollywood propaganda. Name some "ordinary Americans" who lost their jobs for being communists.

    , @Forbes
    @PiltdownMan

    Put down the bong.


    Losing a job during the McCarthy era was a very real prospect for ordinary Americans who were deemed ideologically suspect. Aside from the high profile cases in Hollywood and the media,
     
    Your history is quite a bit off--and confused. What's known as the Army-McCarthy hearings, orchestrated by Senator Joe McCarthy (R-WI), were in the Spring of 1954. He was censured by the Senate in December 1954. Some era.

    The Hollywood blacklist (a studio blacklist, not a gov't blacklist) began in 1947 when 10 writers and directors were cited by contempt of Congress by refusing to testify before the Democrat-majority House Un-American Activities Committee.

    Evidence of 'ordinary Americans' at risk for (unwarranted) job loss is rather thin on the ground. And as the since-released Venona and KGB files essentially back-up a significant amount of communist spying (confirming Hess, Rosenbergs, et al.), the allegations weren't without foundation.
    , @Bill
    @PiltdownMan

    communist screenwriters = ordinary Americans

  9. @Buzz Mohawk

    Does Trump Have a Place of Exile Picked Out?
     
    Do the rest of us?

    Replies: @Flinders Petrie, @Jus' Sayin'..., @JimB, @Tim Howells, @Jus' Sayin'..., @bored identity

    Do the rest of us

    Seriously. I would have never dreamed that I would live through an election where supporting a major party presidential candidate could lead to (possibly) physical violence, and (definitely) social ostracism.

    • Replies: @Nns
    @Flinders Petrie

    Or your own sons and daughters could turn on you like Derek black and prussian blue

    Replies: @Flinders Petrie, @Chrisnonymous

    , @RadicalCenter
    @Flinders Petrie

    Wearing a Trump shirt definitely leads to physical intimidation and ultimately violence against the wearer, here in Los Angeles. No "possibly" about it.

    Yes, I have been stupid / brave enough to wear Trump shirts right here in downtown LA, Hollywood, West Hollywood, North Hollywood, Culver City, and even bizarre Christian-hating bigoted Santa Monica.

    I have been spit at and threatened -- with my small children right there -- and one "man" even asked my wife whether she wanted to leave her "fascist dick" husband and get a real man (presumably him, since a real man goes around frightening and embarrassing women and children, as we all know).

    Visiting family in New Jersey, I had a large fat slovenly "man" accost me in a pizza parlor (good old Secaucus), bump me with his chest and gut, curse and scream at me in the middle of the restaurant, make lewd comments to my wife, and DIRECTLY THREATEN MY CHILDREN. The owner did nothing, nor did any of the other customers. With these kind of pussies being the "good " people, evil bullies will certainly grow even bolder and more aggressive.

    I'm going to wear the shirt again. I'm an American and a man. Fuck 'em.

    Replies: @Moshe, @rod1963, @Lot

  10. BTW, how long is Assange going to live in a single building? How long is the Ecuadorean government willing to feed him? I do not envy the man.

    • Replies: @Altai
    @The Anti-Gnostic

    Supposedly until the statue of limitations on his 'rape' conviction is up.

    , @Alfred1860
    @The Anti-Gnostic

    "How long is the Ecuadorean government willing to feed him?"

    Seeing as how Wikileaks tweeted that the "state actor" who severed their internet connection was the Ecuadorian gov't itself, I don't think it will be much longer. The CIA probably has Morales' entire extended family locked up right now.

    , @Mr. Anon
    @The Anti-Gnostic

    "BTW, how long is Assange going to live in a single building? How long is the Ecuadorean government willing to feed him?"

    It's not like one extra mouth to feed is a big burden. Embassies are full of people who have no particularly important job anyway. If they bounce him, it is because of pressure brought to bear on Ecuador by the US Goverment.

    By the way, why is everyone now saying "Ecuadorean". It used to be "Ecuadoran". Is this some new status-signalling affect from NPR - like the obsessive R-rolling and glottal accenting in "Nicaragua"?

    Replies: @res, @Antonymous, @(((Owen)))

  11. @Diversity Heretic
    Another sign of the increasing "Banana Republic" nature of the United States is that losing candidates may face jail. Trump is probably even more vulnerable than most people, given his business interests (e.g., endless tax audits and regulatory investigations; even freezing of assets). Trump probably does have a bolt hole (given Melania's origins, Slovenia is a good bet), but what a shame that this even has to be discussed.

    Replies: @Coemgen, @Altai, @Mark Eugenikos

    If Trump’s been involved in anything that would put him in “jail” it already would have been made public. However, there’s always punishment by process that can be used to make his life miserable.

  12. White people! You ain’t all that. The truthiness of the situation is that POCs don’t sweat you.

    • Replies: @Kyle a
    @Hacienda

    Shocking seeing you here. You will admit that pocs do sweat shops though?

    Replies: @Hacienda

    , @fish
    @Hacienda

    Shouldn't you be choppin for todays K barbecue?

    Replies: @Hacienda

    , @Chrisnonymous
    @Hacienda

    Shouldn't that be PsOC? A person of colors would be like a calico cat, right?

    , @Father O'Hara
    @Hacienda

    Why don't you go back where you came from ,you POC POS?

    , @yaqub the mad scientist
    @Hacienda

    You be trippin', dawg.

    , @Olorin
    @Hacienda

    I think it's spelled POX.

    , @fredyetagain aka superhonky
    @Hacienda

    POCs, you're funny dude. Hey did you happen to hear whether Hazard Grande firebombed any more black families in the Ramona Gardens project this week? POCs .... HAHAHAHAHA

    , @bomag
    @Hacienda


    The truthiness of the situation is that POCs don’t sweat you.
     
    On the contrary, they seem to hang on every utterance and action.
  13. @The Anti-Gnostic
    This election really seems to be a benchmark for internal contradictions coming to a head. The liberal-urban-socialist and traditional-rural-capitalist worldviews are completely incompatible (a polite way of saying they hate each other and wish the other were dead), and a lot of ethno-cultural fault lines are being revealed as well. So far everybody is abiding by the agreement that we'll duke it out at the polls instead of in the streets but how long will that last? If Trump really is Hitler, then inevitably some of our many not-terribly-stable citizens will lash out violently. And if Hillary wins and starts passing hate speech legislation and confiscating "assault weapons" and laying out the immigrant welcome mat, then bourgeois and proletarian whites will face an awful dilemma: break the democratic compact, or be doomed to permanent second-class status.

    The system has a lot of credibility and (I think) prosperity left, so if Hillary gets elected I don't see whites breaking out their rifles (I think). But given her history she is bound to provoke a financial, social or martial crisis, or all three at once. And if Trump gets elected, and really is Hitler, why wouldn't the Left Coast just try and secede?

    Replies: @Flinders Petrie, @Opinionator, @Alfred1860, @Sunbeam, @Desiderius, @Eustace Tilley (not), @bomag, @Boomstick, @AnotherDad, @Corvinus

    So far everybody is abiding by the agreement that we’ll duke it out at the polls instead of in the streets but how long will that last?

    An argument could be made that only one side is stopping short of violence. And, as usual, the violence is coming from the left and being blamed on the right.

  14. A First World country (USA, 2017) that is rapidly turning into a Third World country might develop a penchant for a coup or two.

    In 1958, the French army staged a successful coup in Algeria and Corsica. Certain leading politicians got the message that they would be put before a firing squad unless de Gaulle became Prime Minister. De Gaulle became Prime Minister and later President – – – with the powers of a dictator. French generals assumed they they had an iron-clad deal with de Gaulle – – – France would never leave Algeria while de Gaulle was in office.

    In 1961, certain generals in Algeria staged a coup against de Gaulle, after he agreed with Arab rebels to pull the army out of Algeria in 1962. This last coup failed. De Gaulle had the loser generals locked up. Rogue elements of the French army then went underground. Once de Gaulle was almost blown up by a truly enormous roadside bomb (the bomb was detonated too soon and missed by a few hundred feet). A year later, de Gaulle was being driven to his country retreat for the weekend. Would-be assassins turned his car into swiss-cheese but missed (as in 140 machine-gun shots and missing!).

    The moral of this French story : when you make a deal with army generals, keep it!

    • Replies: @L Woods
    @Detective Club

    This will never happen in the United States. The U.S. military has zero history of such behavior and is a globalist Establishment organ through and through.

    Replies: @Lurker, @Desiderius, @Jus' Sayin'..., @Heisenberg, @Neoconned, @Charles Erwin Wilson

    , @jimmyriddle
    @Detective Club

    He was in a Citroen DS with hydraulic suspension. That's why his driver was able to keep the car going on 4 flat tyres.

    , @mobi
    @Detective Club


    A First World country (USA, 2017) that is rapidly turning into a Third World country might develop a penchant for a coup or two.
     
    Swiss army Chief of Staff urges citizens to arm themselves against 'impending social disorder':

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-12-30/swiss-army-chief-warns-social-unrest-calls-upon-citizens-arm-themselves

    High-ranking British general all but threatens a coup. "The general staff would not allow a Prime Minister to jeopardise the security of this country, and I think people would use whatever means possible, fair or foul, to prevent that."

    http://www.theamericanconservative.com/dreher/a-very-british-mutiny-corbyn/

    French-Jewish writer Eric Zemmour claims military sources tell him the French General staff is preparing contingency plans to ethnically cleanse muslims and take back control of France in an emergency. Says they are secretly being advised by Israelis:

    https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/1756879/french-army-has-secret-plan-to-ethnically-cleanse-muslims-from-france-with-the-help-of-israeli-specialists-far-right-writer-claims/


    "The U.S. military has zero history of such behavior"
     
    Excepting, of course, the bloodiest war in the country's history.


    As noted previously, Trump (or whoever follows him) already has a strong majority among 'men with guns' (military, ex-military, police, border patrol, NRA, etc).

    The left are so full of themselves now, they have no idea how naked they are.

    I'd love to be a fly on the wall of the officer's barracks across the Western world these days.

    Not that I would ever advocate or condone any such (illegal) activity. Just observing.

  15. @The Anti-Gnostic
    This election really seems to be a benchmark for internal contradictions coming to a head. The liberal-urban-socialist and traditional-rural-capitalist worldviews are completely incompatible (a polite way of saying they hate each other and wish the other were dead), and a lot of ethno-cultural fault lines are being revealed as well. So far everybody is abiding by the agreement that we'll duke it out at the polls instead of in the streets but how long will that last? If Trump really is Hitler, then inevitably some of our many not-terribly-stable citizens will lash out violently. And if Hillary wins and starts passing hate speech legislation and confiscating "assault weapons" and laying out the immigrant welcome mat, then bourgeois and proletarian whites will face an awful dilemma: break the democratic compact, or be doomed to permanent second-class status.

    The system has a lot of credibility and (I think) prosperity left, so if Hillary gets elected I don't see whites breaking out their rifles (I think). But given her history she is bound to provoke a financial, social or martial crisis, or all three at once. And if Trump gets elected, and really is Hitler, why wouldn't the Left Coast just try and secede?

    Replies: @Flinders Petrie, @Opinionator, @Alfred1860, @Sunbeam, @Desiderius, @Eustace Tilley (not), @bomag, @Boomstick, @AnotherDad, @Corvinus

    So far everybody is abiding by the agreement that we’ll duke it out at the polls instead of in the streets but how long will that last?

    Everybody?

  16. @PiltdownMan

    So far everybody is abiding by the agreement that we’ll duke it out at the polls instead of in the streets but how long will that last?
     

    Maybe neither at the polls nor in the streets but instead in the workplace. Losing a job during the McCarthy era was a very real prospect for ordinary Americans who were deemed ideologically suspect. Aside from the high profile cases in Hollywood and the media, regular folk lost their jobs silently in the American corporate workplace simply because of a rumor that had followed them into work.

    If Hillary wins, expect at least some Trump sympathizers to lose jobs, and not just in government.

    Replies: @L Woods, @Mr. Anon, @Forbes, @Bill

    Are we really supposed to sympathize with McCarthyism’s “victims?” It seems clear in hindsight that if McCarthyism was flawed it was in that it didn’t go nearly far enough (i.e., as far as the left goes now).

    • Agree: NickG, No_0ne
    • Replies: @PiltdownMan
    @L Woods

    The point is that generalized non-lethal political purges are not unknown in American life and the prospect of one in the future is not necessarily hypothetical or merely a figment of our overactive imaginations.

    Replies: @Chris Mallory, @No_0ne

    , @guest
    @L Woods

    Or the Left went then. The Brown Scare was and is bigger than the Red Scare ever was.

  17. @Detective Club
    A First World country (USA, 2017) that is rapidly turning into a Third World country might develop a penchant for a coup or two.

    In 1958, the French army staged a successful coup in Algeria and Corsica. Certain leading politicians got the message that they would be put before a firing squad unless de Gaulle became Prime Minister. De Gaulle became Prime Minister and later President - - - with the powers of a dictator. French generals assumed they they had an iron-clad deal with de Gaulle - - - France would never leave Algeria while de Gaulle was in office.

    In 1961, certain generals in Algeria staged a coup against de Gaulle, after he agreed with Arab rebels to pull the army out of Algeria in 1962. This last coup failed. De Gaulle had the loser generals locked up. Rogue elements of the French army then went underground. Once de Gaulle was almost blown up by a truly enormous roadside bomb (the bomb was detonated too soon and missed by a few hundred feet). A year later, de Gaulle was being driven to his country retreat for the weekend. Would-be assassins turned his car into swiss-cheese but missed (as in 140 machine-gun shots and missing!).

    The moral of this French story : when you make a deal with army generals, keep it!

    Replies: @L Woods, @jimmyriddle, @mobi

    This will never happen in the United States. The U.S. military has zero history of such behavior and is a globalist Establishment organ through and through.

    • Replies: @Lurker
    @L Woods

    The U.S. military has zero history of such behavior and is a globalist Establishment organ through and through . . . . so far.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Lot

    , @Desiderius
    @L Woods


    This will never happen in the United States.
     
    Never is a long time.

    I could see something along the lines of the supposed Gulenist coup against a victorious
    Trump thwarted by the refusal of enlisted men to go along. Our leadership (sic) class is that delusional presently. They're long overdue for some humble pie.
    , @Jus' Sayin'...
    @L Woods

    The US armed forces command are traditionally an up-or-out organization. Non-promotion and requests that an officer resign his commission are standard operating procedure for non-performing officers. They have also been used to purge politically "dangerous" officers. I find it ominous that the Obama administration, with little or no outside interest, has purged historically high numbers of officers for what appear to be political reasons and in precisely those ranks most critical for a coup attempt. The ones left are "safe" for Obama, Clinton, et al.

    , @Heisenberg
    @L Woods

    Inertia prevails for now in the Military's hierarchy. As in, no officer wants to go into History as the First turd to end the Republic. But once the seal is broken, look out. Coup-Counter coup- rinse wash repeat. Control of North America would tempt many officers. Only Tradition holds it back, and looking around at the tattooed faggot freak show around us, I'd say we don't do Tradition so well anymore.

    , @Neoconned
    @L Woods

    You know.....the thought of a junta coup or something of that sort hit me about a yr ago, maybe 2....2014 I think.

    I was listening to Carlins monologue about "the real owners of America" - and I said "ya fuck it, they're gonna send in the tanks"

    , @Charles Erwin Wilson
    @L Woods


    The U.S. military has zero history of such behavior and is a globalist Establishment organ...
     
    The US Military's values are based on honor, and they take an oath to the Constitution (not Barak Profane Obama). Their values are not the values of the idiots running the country. If you think the Military's political leadership determines their actions you are too far removed from their essential characteristics to understand them. With the right leadership they will take our side. With the wrong leadership needless blood will be shed, and then they will take our side.

    Replies: @dfordoom

  18. @Hacienda
    White people! You ain't all that. The truthiness of the situation is that POCs don't sweat you.

    Replies: @Kyle a, @fish, @Chrisnonymous, @Father O'Hara, @yaqub the mad scientist, @Olorin, @fredyetagain aka superhonky, @bomag

    Shocking seeing you here. You will admit that pocs do sweat shops though?

    • Replies: @Hacienda
    @Kyle a

    You're clutching at straws. Sweat shops fill an economic void. And do very well for their owners and well enough for their employees. Tough call on whether Amazon, Walmart, or McDonald's does anything for their employees, except reduce them into thingamajigs.

  19. @Flinders Petrie
    @Buzz Mohawk


    Do the rest of us
     
    Seriously. I would have never dreamed that I would live through an election where supporting a major party presidential candidate could lead to (possibly) physical violence, and (definitely) social ostracism.

    Replies: @Nns, @RadicalCenter

    Or your own sons and daughters could turn on you like Derek black and prussian blue

    • Troll: Chrisnonymous
    • Replies: @Flinders Petrie
    @Nns

    True, I've seen a lot of tweets from young millennials lamenting an argument they had with their misguided parents who, shockingly, support the Next Hitler.

    Replies: @Jim Christian, @Jay Fink

    , @Chrisnonymous
    @Nns

    Steve,
    Why, oh why, do you approve comments like this. His website doesn't even point anywhere.

  20. Trump is more difficult for Hillary to completely annihilate, because of his family. If he just had two sons, she might be able to destroy all of them in one fell swoop without engendering too much public backlash. But Ivanka is a different story. Such a smart and attractive woman receiving damage from an old power hungry Empress Regnant might become impalpable to even the most partisan public.

  21. @Diversity Heretic
    Another sign of the increasing "Banana Republic" nature of the United States is that losing candidates may face jail. Trump is probably even more vulnerable than most people, given his business interests (e.g., endless tax audits and regulatory investigations; even freezing of assets). Trump probably does have a bolt hole (given Melania's origins, Slovenia is a good bet), but what a shame that this even has to be discussed.

    Replies: @Coemgen, @Altai, @Mark Eugenikos

    My personal favourite is how every election since 2008 American politicians have been patting themselves on the back that the turnover was peaceful! I think I saw Howard Dean of all people making that point. Reminds me of the episode of the Simpsons when Clinton and Dole were replaced by aliens.

    Granted they seem to be partly on that line to convince all those newly liberated people why voting for their selected stooges was good for them, but now they seem to have to convince themselves.

    • Replies: @Wilkey
    @Altai

    Ironcally this is the election most likely to see violence. If Trump wins there will be riots. That is not mere speculation, it is a certainty.

    Replies: @guest, @Jefferson, @Sgt. Joe Friday

    , @Libby
    @Altai

    The two of them will be sitting with Cardinal Dolan at the white-tie Alfred E Smith Dinner on Thursday night, making cute speeches about one another. Or, maybe not so cute this year?

  22. @Nns
    @Flinders Petrie

    Or your own sons and daughters could turn on you like Derek black and prussian blue

    Replies: @Flinders Petrie, @Chrisnonymous

    True, I’ve seen a lot of tweets from young millennials lamenting an argument they had with their misguided parents who, shockingly, support the Next Hitler.

    • Replies: @Jim Christian
    @Flinders Petrie

    Oh yeah! Got that going now. I'm the one that supports the Next Hitler.

    , @Jay Fink
    @Flinders Petrie

    I wish those parents would kick their children out of their basement and make them struggle in the real world.

  23. @The Anti-Gnostic
    BTW, how long is Assange going to live in a single building? How long is the Ecuadorean government willing to feed him? I do not envy the man.

    Replies: @Altai, @Alfred1860, @Mr. Anon

    Supposedly until the statue of limitations on his ‘rape’ conviction is up.

  24. Have you guys seen the not-so-subtle threatening articles about Jared Kushner on Tablet Magazine?

    Oh well…Americans lost their covenant with God and now it’s over.

  25. @L Woods
    @PiltdownMan

    Are we really supposed to sympathize with McCarthyism's "victims?" It seems clear in hindsight that if McCarthyism was flawed it was in that it didn't go nearly far enough (i.e., as far as the left goes now).

    Replies: @PiltdownMan, @guest

    The point is that generalized non-lethal political purges are not unknown in American life and the prospect of one in the future is not necessarily hypothetical or merely a figment of our overactive imaginations.

    • Replies: @Chris Mallory
    @PiltdownMan

    It wasn't "generalized". It was aimed at members of the Communist Party in the US government and "Hollywood". The FeeBI's COINTELPRO against the anti war movement in the 60's was more likely to hit "ordinary" Americans.

    , @No_0ne
    @PiltdownMan

    A far better example of a political purge from that era (and false criminal charges, as well) would be FDR's Great Sedition Trial of 1944. Those charged were ordinary patriotic Americans, rather than Communist traitors.

  26. @Detective Club
    A First World country (USA, 2017) that is rapidly turning into a Third World country might develop a penchant for a coup or two.

    In 1958, the French army staged a successful coup in Algeria and Corsica. Certain leading politicians got the message that they would be put before a firing squad unless de Gaulle became Prime Minister. De Gaulle became Prime Minister and later President - - - with the powers of a dictator. French generals assumed they they had an iron-clad deal with de Gaulle - - - France would never leave Algeria while de Gaulle was in office.

    In 1961, certain generals in Algeria staged a coup against de Gaulle, after he agreed with Arab rebels to pull the army out of Algeria in 1962. This last coup failed. De Gaulle had the loser generals locked up. Rogue elements of the French army then went underground. Once de Gaulle was almost blown up by a truly enormous roadside bomb (the bomb was detonated too soon and missed by a few hundred feet). A year later, de Gaulle was being driven to his country retreat for the weekend. Would-be assassins turned his car into swiss-cheese but missed (as in 140 machine-gun shots and missing!).

    The moral of this French story : when you make a deal with army generals, keep it!

    Replies: @L Woods, @jimmyriddle, @mobi

    He was in a Citroen DS with hydraulic suspension. That’s why his driver was able to keep the car going on 4 flat tyres.

  27. Food groups: https://wikileaks.org/podesta-emails/emailid/15616

    Seems to be ethnic, black and business food groups – tasty.

    Bernie is in his own group.

  28. Why would Hillary throw Trump in jail? If Ted Cruz had been the nominee she might throw Cruz in jail if she won, but Trump has been her favorite foil, and the Republican voters who made him our nominee played right into her hands.

    No, in America politicians seldom abuse their power to throw their politic enemies in jail. Far more often they use their powers to keep their allies *out* of jail, which is a power far more significant – see: the 15 million illegals (plus their spawn) living here because our “leaders” have refused to do jack shit; see: the wave of pardons that Obama will issue sometime between election day and January 20, a wave which, of course, doesn’t include hundreds or even thousands of his political allies who aren’t in jail to begin with though they should be, like Herbert and Marion Sandler, Lois Lerner, and Hillary herself.

    • Replies: @Flinders Petrie
    @Wilkey


    If Ted Cruz had been the nominee she might throw Cruz in jail if she won, but Trump has been her favorite foil, and the Republican voters who made him our nominee played right into her hands.

     

    Do you really think that Cruz would have been able to better handle the standard accusations levied at him by Hillary (racist, sexist, xenophobe, homophobe)? Because the exact same playbook would have been used against him, as it has been against every Republican candidate. If they can demonize somebody as goody two shoes as Romney, they can do it to anybody.

    I think the voters who elected Trump realized this (consciously or unconsciously), and chose a brawler who at least would punch back. Better to go down with a fight than with a whimper.

    Replies: @Clyde, @Anon, @Abe, @David In TN

    , @Divine Right
    @Wilkey

    "If Ted Cruz had been the nominee she might throw Cruz in jail if she won, but Trump has been her favorite foil"

    Not only would Cruz have lost badly, he would have done so championing an elitist-lite mantra that would have been a great foil for Hillary: tax cuts for the rich, more wars, flax tax, blah blah blah, Russia-be-evil, giving lip service to irrelevant social issues such as abortion and turning people off with religion talk. It amazes me how anyone out there could really think that guy had any chance of winning.

    Replies: @Chrisnonymous, @inertial, @Josh

    , @Bill
    @Wilkey

    Cruz couldn't have beaten Jeb.

    Replies: @Jefferson

  29. Maybe Hans Christian Andersen could help with the script, give Trump a happy ending.

    The Snow Queen.

    “An evil troll, called “the devil”,has made a magic mirror that distorts the appearance of everything it reflects. It fails to reflect the good and beautiful aspects of people and things, while magnifying their bad and ugly aspects. The devil, who is headmaster at a troll school, takes the mirror and his pupils throughout the world, delighting in using it to distort everyone and everything; the mirror makes the loveliest landscapes look like “boiled spinach.” They try to carry the mirror into heaven with the idea of making fools of the angels and God, but the higher they lift it, the more the mirror shakes with laughter, and it slips from their grasp and falls back to earth, shattering into billions of pieces, some no larger than a grain of sand.

    These splinters are blown by the wind all over the Earth and got into people’s hearts and eyes, freezing their hearts like blocks of ice and making their eyes like the troll-mirror itself, seeing only the bad and ugly in people and things.”

    • Replies: @Kylie
    @Tacitus2016

    "Maybe Hans Christian Andersen could help with the script, give Trump a happy ending.

    The Snow Queen."

    I'd rather see Hillary as The Little Match Girl, except instead of being reunited with her grandmother in Heaven, being reunited with her husband and daughter in Hell.

  30. @Altai
    @Diversity Heretic

    My personal favourite is how every election since 2008 American politicians have been patting themselves on the back that the turnover was peaceful! I think I saw Howard Dean of all people making that point. Reminds me of the episode of the Simpsons when Clinton and Dole were replaced by aliens.

    Granted they seem to be partly on that line to convince all those newly liberated people why voting for their selected stooges was good for them, but now they seem to have to convince themselves.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4v7XXSt9XRM

    Replies: @Wilkey, @Libby

    Ironcally this is the election most likely to see violence. If Trump wins there will be riots. That is not mere speculation, it is a certainty.

    • Replies: @guest
    @Wilkey

    It's not saying much, however. We have riots under Obama as it is.

    , @Jefferson
    @Wilkey

    "Ironcally this is the election most likely to see violence. If Trump wins there will be riots. That is not mere speculation, it is a certainty."

    If Donald Trump wins than you will see riots perpetrated by Left Wingers of all races, not just Blacks. You will see the entire coalition of the Left come out to cause chaos.

    Riots in Oakland and Berkeley for example are quite Multiracial and not as homogeneously Black as riots in Charlotte, Milwaukee, Baltimore, Ferguson, etc.

    Replies: @Karl

    , @Sgt. Joe Friday
    @Wilkey

    If Hillary wins there will be riots, the same way Lakers fans overturn police cars when their team wins a title.

  31. @Hacienda
    White people! You ain't all that. The truthiness of the situation is that POCs don't sweat you.

    Replies: @Kyle a, @fish, @Chrisnonymous, @Father O'Hara, @yaqub the mad scientist, @Olorin, @fredyetagain aka superhonky, @bomag

    Shouldn’t you be choppin for todays K barbecue?

    • Replies: @Hacienda
    @fish

    There's a number of really good K-barbeques in Koreatown. I recommend Soot Bull Cip which translates to Ashy Fire House. Koreans really like that nature infused feel to their eats, lives even. The restaurant's gone from a purely Korean customership to a diverse youthful clientele. Koreatown real estate is atrocious these days. I used to live there when it was cheaper and a hella lot more Korean and more fun.

  32. @L Woods
    @PiltdownMan

    Are we really supposed to sympathize with McCarthyism's "victims?" It seems clear in hindsight that if McCarthyism was flawed it was in that it didn't go nearly far enough (i.e., as far as the left goes now).

    Replies: @PiltdownMan, @guest

    Or the Left went then. The Brown Scare was and is bigger than the Red Scare ever was.

  33. @PiltdownMan

    So far everybody is abiding by the agreement that we’ll duke it out at the polls instead of in the streets but how long will that last?
     

    Maybe neither at the polls nor in the streets but instead in the workplace. Losing a job during the McCarthy era was a very real prospect for ordinary Americans who were deemed ideologically suspect. Aside from the high profile cases in Hollywood and the media, regular folk lost their jobs silently in the American corporate workplace simply because of a rumor that had followed them into work.

    If Hillary wins, expect at least some Trump sympathizers to lose jobs, and not just in government.

    Replies: @L Woods, @Mr. Anon, @Forbes, @Bill

    “Maybe neither at the polls nor in the streets but instead in the workplace. Losing a job during the McCarthy era was a very real prospect for ordinary Americans who were deemed ideologically suspect.”

    No, it wasn’t. That is Hollywood propaganda. Name some “ordinary Americans” who lost their jobs for being communists.

    • Agree: TWS
  34. @The Anti-Gnostic
    This election really seems to be a benchmark for internal contradictions coming to a head. The liberal-urban-socialist and traditional-rural-capitalist worldviews are completely incompatible (a polite way of saying they hate each other and wish the other were dead), and a lot of ethno-cultural fault lines are being revealed as well. So far everybody is abiding by the agreement that we'll duke it out at the polls instead of in the streets but how long will that last? If Trump really is Hitler, then inevitably some of our many not-terribly-stable citizens will lash out violently. And if Hillary wins and starts passing hate speech legislation and confiscating "assault weapons" and laying out the immigrant welcome mat, then bourgeois and proletarian whites will face an awful dilemma: break the democratic compact, or be doomed to permanent second-class status.

    The system has a lot of credibility and (I think) prosperity left, so if Hillary gets elected I don't see whites breaking out their rifles (I think). But given her history she is bound to provoke a financial, social or martial crisis, or all three at once. And if Trump gets elected, and really is Hitler, why wouldn't the Left Coast just try and secede?

    Replies: @Flinders Petrie, @Opinionator, @Alfred1860, @Sunbeam, @Desiderius, @Eustace Tilley (not), @bomag, @Boomstick, @AnotherDad, @Corvinus

    ” so if Hillary gets elected I don’t see whites breaking out their rifles (I think). But given her history she is bound to provoke a financial, social or martial crisis, or all three at once. ”

    Rifles won’t do anyone any good against the retaliatory strikes by Russian ICBMs.

  35. @Wilkey
    @Altai

    Ironcally this is the election most likely to see violence. If Trump wins there will be riots. That is not mere speculation, it is a certainty.

    Replies: @guest, @Jefferson, @Sgt. Joe Friday

    It’s not saying much, however. We have riots under Obama as it is.

    • Agree: Forbes
  36. @The Anti-Gnostic
    BTW, how long is Assange going to live in a single building? How long is the Ecuadorean government willing to feed him? I do not envy the man.

    Replies: @Altai, @Alfred1860, @Mr. Anon

    “How long is the Ecuadorean government willing to feed him?”

    Seeing as how Wikileaks tweeted that the “state actor” who severed their internet connection was the Ecuadorian gov’t itself, I don’t think it will be much longer. The CIA probably has Morales’ entire extended family locked up right now.

  37. @The Anti-Gnostic
    BTW, how long is Assange going to live in a single building? How long is the Ecuadorean government willing to feed him? I do not envy the man.

    Replies: @Altai, @Alfred1860, @Mr. Anon

    “BTW, how long is Assange going to live in a single building? How long is the Ecuadorean government willing to feed him?”

    It’s not like one extra mouth to feed is a big burden. Embassies are full of people who have no particularly important job anyway. If they bounce him, it is because of pressure brought to bear on Ecuador by the US Goverment.

    By the way, why is everyone now saying “Ecuadorean”. It used to be “Ecuadoran”. Is this some new status-signalling affect from NPR – like the obsessive R-rolling and glottal accenting in “Nicaragua”?

    • Replies: @res
    @Mr. Anon


    By the way, why is everyone now saying “Ecuadorean”. It used to be “Ecuadoran”.
     
    Ecuadorian is also used (and dominates in books). Some data below.

    Google ngrams show Ecuadorean and Ecuadoran being similar frequency over the years except for the spike in the 30s and 40s where Ecuadorean was heavily favored (Ecuadorian is highest frequency throughout):
    https://books.google.com/ngrams/graph?content=Ecuadorean%2CEcuadoran%2CEcuadorian&year_start=1900&year_end=2008&corpus=15&smoothing=3&share=&direct_url=t1%3B%2CEcuadorean%3B%2Cc0%3B.t1%3B%2CEcuadoran%3B%2Cc0%3B.t1%3B%2CEcuadorian%3B%2Cc0

    The NYT has used all three over the years, but now favors Ecuadorean :
    http://chronicle.nytlabs.com/?keyword=Ecuadorean.Ecuadoran.Ecuadorian

    By any chance did you learn the word Ecuadoran in the 70s? That seems to be when it was most used.

    I don't think I am aware of any other words with three alternate spellings all of which are used (e.g. in the NYT).

    Replies: @TontoBubbaGoldstein

    , @Antonymous
    @Mr. Anon

    I've noticed NPR bungles the names of US 'enemies.' 'Friendly' Pok-ee-stahn vs. Aaf-gaan-i-staan. Eye-raack in the buildup and Saad-em. Now Eye-raan more frequently, and of course Crime-eee-yuh (should be short i Crim). So yeah, look out Ecuador when NPR begins the yahoo mispronunciations.

    , @(((Owen)))
    @Mr. Anon

    *why is everyone now saying “Ecuadorean”*

    The correct demonym for Ecuador in Spanish is *equatoriano*. It follows the usual Spanish orthographic rules for places named for geographic features, in this case, the Equator. In English that would be Equadorian, but I expect Ecuadorian will be the standard because of conservative English orthography.

    *like the obsessive R-rolling and glottal accenting in “Nicaragua”?*

    I just say Nic-a-rag-wa or Nic-a-rag-yoo-uh. But then I don't need to blabber like a poser; I actually speak Spanish.

    Replies: @Rob McX

  38. A pres Hillary can easily ruin DJT and his children just by having her stooge IRS give a proctological examination to all who do business with them. Make DJT and his children radioactive.

    How loony is it if/when we get a 200lb, 70 year old, sicko female president whose top aid is a Muslim? It used to be the Hispanic nations that got all these squat, fat, engorged dictators like Noriega and that departed tri-racial mutt Chavez from Venezuela.

  39. Anonymous [AKA "Rabid Frog Bonanza Days"] says:

    Trump needs to stay in motion to stay out of jail. He should drive a speaker truck around Washington blasting anti-Hillary messages at passersby like in the Blues Brothers movie.

    “You, on the motorcycle!”
    “You two girls!”

    • LOL: Kylie
  40. This is from Sheryl Sandberg in the new wikileaks referring to Zuckerberg

    He wants to meet folks who can inform his understanding about effective political operations to advance public policy goals on social oriented objectives (like immigration, education or basic scientific research).

    What the hell is wrong with these people? How is turning the United States into a third world country full of terrorist muslims philanthropy on a par with funding education or basic scientific research? Frightening how deluded these people are. Doesn’t Zuckerberg live in California? Does he ever open his eyes when he’s here?

    • Replies: @epebble
    @415 reasons

    May be because Mrs. Zuckerberg is Dr. Priscilla Chan? Of course, this is not universal; Mrs. Trump was/is Ivana and Melania.

    , @Marat
    @415 reasons

    A plea for the empty mind vessel to be filled

    "Billionaire Seeking Tutors."

  41. OT: An interperter working for journalists doing a story on the plight of refugees in Calais was raped by some Afghan refugees (she herself was from Afghanistan).

    Rape in Refugee Camp

    Scroll down to midway down in the article, and there is a picture that could be emblematic of our future. A black refugee walking past a shipping container emblazoned with the Tony Montana like grafitto (in both French and English): “The World is Ours”.

    Indeed. It may well become so.

  42. @Hacienda
    White people! You ain't all that. The truthiness of the situation is that POCs don't sweat you.

    Replies: @Kyle a, @fish, @Chrisnonymous, @Father O'Hara, @yaqub the mad scientist, @Olorin, @fredyetagain aka superhonky, @bomag

    Shouldn’t that be PsOC? A person of colors would be like a calico cat, right?

  43. @Kyle a
    @Hacienda

    Shocking seeing you here. You will admit that pocs do sweat shops though?

    Replies: @Hacienda

    You’re clutching at straws. Sweat shops fill an economic void. And do very well for their owners and well enough for their employees. Tough call on whether Amazon, Walmart, or McDonald’s does anything for their employees, except reduce them into thingamajigs.

  44. @Nns
    @Flinders Petrie

    Or your own sons and daughters could turn on you like Derek black and prussian blue

    Replies: @Flinders Petrie, @Chrisnonymous

    Steve,
    Why, oh why, do you approve comments like this. His website doesn’t even point anywhere.

  45. @The Anti-Gnostic
    This election really seems to be a benchmark for internal contradictions coming to a head. The liberal-urban-socialist and traditional-rural-capitalist worldviews are completely incompatible (a polite way of saying they hate each other and wish the other were dead), and a lot of ethno-cultural fault lines are being revealed as well. So far everybody is abiding by the agreement that we'll duke it out at the polls instead of in the streets but how long will that last? If Trump really is Hitler, then inevitably some of our many not-terribly-stable citizens will lash out violently. And if Hillary wins and starts passing hate speech legislation and confiscating "assault weapons" and laying out the immigrant welcome mat, then bourgeois and proletarian whites will face an awful dilemma: break the democratic compact, or be doomed to permanent second-class status.

    The system has a lot of credibility and (I think) prosperity left, so if Hillary gets elected I don't see whites breaking out their rifles (I think). But given her history she is bound to provoke a financial, social or martial crisis, or all three at once. And if Trump gets elected, and really is Hitler, why wouldn't the Left Coast just try and secede?

    Replies: @Flinders Petrie, @Opinionator, @Alfred1860, @Sunbeam, @Desiderius, @Eustace Tilley (not), @bomag, @Boomstick, @AnotherDad, @Corvinus

    “The system has a lot of credibility and (I think) prosperity left, so if Hillary gets elected I don’t see whites breaking out their rifles (I think).”

    I don’t think so. To me the relative prosperity of the US is a mirage of sorts, maintained by the reserve currency status the dollar holds, and the fact that since the parties involved that could reorder the system (that basically means China, even if Russia is always mentioned in this regard) are doing ok and don’t want to rock the boat right now.

    The yuan … it gets more important and used worldwide all the time. Whether China actually wants it to be the currency international transactions are conducted in, that may well happen de facto.

    Anyway, regardless of the fact that even the enervated US has productive capacities countries like the PIIGS of Europe couldn’t dream of, our balance sheets strangely don’t look much different from theirs if you look at it from an asset/liability standpoint.

    Not that I think all these debts are ever going to be paid out in the long run (meaning all the countries that have similar financial situations), I do think that some kind of dramatic fiscal crisis is coming in the short to midterm. And by that I mean something socially disruptive between the Great Depression and the 2008 financial crisis.

    Anyway, I don’t really think the US has it in them to have serious domestic instability.

    Until Social Security and the various welfare state subsidies are compromised. Then you are going to see pitchforks and maybe rifles.

    Anyway my take is the … elites? have made a fundamental miscalculation. The American people might not take to the streets over wikileaks, but if the cheetos and TV are affected…

    Then, then, it’s a whole ‘nother story. The cheeto dust must flow or something.

  46. @L Woods
    @Detective Club

    This will never happen in the United States. The U.S. military has zero history of such behavior and is a globalist Establishment organ through and through.

    Replies: @Lurker, @Desiderius, @Jus' Sayin'..., @Heisenberg, @Neoconned, @Charles Erwin Wilson

    The U.S. military has zero history of such behavior and is a globalist Establishment organ through and through . . . . so far.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Lurker


    The U.S. military has zero history of such behavior and is a globalist Establishment organ through and through . . . . so far.
     
    Yep, I have experience with this. The military, federal law enforcement, local law enforcement, et al., have a pervading acquiescent PC culture. And the biggest pacifier IMO is the generous salary, benefits, job security, and early retirement. This seems to be the most dominant thought among those in this group. I know a guy who was a military officer in his 20's, a special agent in his 30's and prior to 40 was retired (on disability) and collecting a pension bigger than the average software engineer makes. He was a big Rubio guy.

    Replies: @The preferred nomenclature is..., @Bleuteaux

    , @Lot
    @Lurker


    The U.S. military has zero history of such behavior and is a globalist Establishment organ through and through
     
    Yes unfortunately that's right. The NatSec complex is heavily GOPe Jew and Mormon, and we know how they feel about Trump.

    Also most American generals have been awash in PC and promoted on that basis and/or are waiting to retire and take a $700,000 a year no-show job with a giant defense contractor.

    We can whine about the awful Neocons and Jews controlling America, or we can pick our battles and not try to take on the giant NatSec complex in favor of more important issues, like stopping the rapid demographic replacement and huge tax drain of third world migrants.

    In the end, all the NatSec complex really wants is 6% or so of GDP. That's not unreasonably high by historical measures. I'd like to see the worst of the Bushies and neo-cons purged, but even that is negotiable in my view. Losing Vietnam kept us out of large land wars in Asia for thirty years. Hopefully losing Iraq will do the same until ~2040.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Bill

  47. @Altai
    @Diversity Heretic

    My personal favourite is how every election since 2008 American politicians have been patting themselves on the back that the turnover was peaceful! I think I saw Howard Dean of all people making that point. Reminds me of the episode of the Simpsons when Clinton and Dole were replaced by aliens.

    Granted they seem to be partly on that line to convince all those newly liberated people why voting for their selected stooges was good for them, but now they seem to have to convince themselves.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4v7XXSt9XRM

    Replies: @Wilkey, @Libby

    The two of them will be sitting with Cardinal Dolan at the white-tie Alfred E Smith Dinner on Thursday night, making cute speeches about one another. Or, maybe not so cute this year?

  48. Breaking news!

    Hey guys, your idol and the man you’ve patterned your entire LIFE after, Donnie, is finally getting his just due from, the left-wing media today:

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/national/the-white-flight-of-derek-black/2016/10/15/ed5f906a-8f3b-11e6-a6a3-d50061aa9fae_story.html?tid=pm_national_pop_b

  49. @Wilkey
    @Altai

    Ironcally this is the election most likely to see violence. If Trump wins there will be riots. That is not mere speculation, it is a certainty.

    Replies: @guest, @Jefferson, @Sgt. Joe Friday

    “Ironcally this is the election most likely to see violence. If Trump wins there will be riots. That is not mere speculation, it is a certainty.”

    If Donald Trump wins than you will see riots perpetrated by Left Wingers of all races, not just Blacks. You will see the entire coalition of the Left come out to cause chaos.

    Riots in Oakland and Berkeley for example are quite Multiracial and not as homogeneously Black as riots in Charlotte, Milwaukee, Baltimore, Ferguson, etc.

    • Replies: @Karl
    @Jefferson

    > than you will see riots perpetrated by Left Wingers of all races, not just Blacks. You will see the entire coalition of the Left come out to cause chaos.

    ok, suppose you were President Trump's adviser for - I don't know, maybe the National Guard?

    So comes now major endless riots in Oakland, Chicago, Atlanta, etc

    You =might= just say: The Constitution says it's not the Federal President's problem. Go play golf this weekend!

    Do Trump voters even care if Oakland disappears?

  50. @fish
    @Hacienda

    Shouldn't you be choppin for todays K barbecue?

    Replies: @Hacienda

    There’s a number of really good K-barbeques in Koreatown. I recommend Soot Bull Cip which translates to Ashy Fire House. Koreans really like that nature infused feel to their eats, lives even. The restaurant’s gone from a purely Korean customership to a diverse youthful clientele. Koreatown real estate is atrocious these days. I used to live there when it was cheaper and a hella lot more Korean and more fun.

  51. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @Lurker
    @L Woods

    The U.S. military has zero history of such behavior and is a globalist Establishment organ through and through . . . . so far.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Lot

    The U.S. military has zero history of such behavior and is a globalist Establishment organ through and through . . . . so far.

    Yep, I have experience with this. The military, federal law enforcement, local law enforcement, et al., have a pervading acquiescent PC culture. And the biggest pacifier IMO is the generous salary, benefits, job security, and early retirement. This seems to be the most dominant thought among those in this group. I know a guy who was a military officer in his 20’s, a special agent in his 30’s and prior to 40 was retired (on disability) and collecting a pension bigger than the average software engineer makes. He was a big Rubio guy.

    • Replies: @The preferred nomenclature is...
    @Anonymous

    Exactly. And that is why you buy stock in Dunkin' Donuts. If you are in that class of tax-eaters why risk all that gravy on a dindu nuffin' dysgenic populator (DNDP)?

    , @Bleuteaux
    @Anonymous

    Yes. All the Republicans in government that I know we're huge Rubio supporters. And all the Republicans in industries (eg law) with massive barriers to entry.

  52. @Wilkey
    Why would Hillary throw Trump in jail? If Ted Cruz had been the nominee she might throw Cruz in jail if she won, but Trump has been her favorite foil, and the Republican voters who made him our nominee played right into her hands.

    No, in America politicians seldom abuse their power to throw their politic enemies in jail. Far more often they use their powers to keep their allies *out* of jail, which is a power far more significant - see: the 15 million illegals (plus their spawn) living here because our "leaders" have refused to do jack shit; see: the wave of pardons that Obama will issue sometime between election day and January 20, a wave which, of course, doesn't include hundreds or even thousands of his political allies who aren't in jail to begin with though they should be, like Herbert and Marion Sandler, Lois Lerner, and Hillary herself.

    Replies: @Flinders Petrie, @Divine Right, @Bill

    If Ted Cruz had been the nominee she might throw Cruz in jail if she won, but Trump has been her favorite foil, and the Republican voters who made him our nominee played right into her hands.

    Do you really think that Cruz would have been able to better handle the standard accusations levied at him by Hillary (racist, sexist, xenophobe, homophobe)? Because the exact same playbook would have been used against him, as it has been against every Republican candidate. If they can demonize somebody as goody two shoes as Romney, they can do it to anybody.

    I think the voters who elected Trump realized this (consciously or unconsciously), and chose a brawler who at least would punch back. Better to go down with a fight than with a whimper.

    • LOL: Abe
    • Replies: @Clyde
    @Flinders Petrie

    Tuff enough and cribbed from Rush. I am on your side! And Heaven help us if Hill and her gangster gynocracy (aka coven) get elected. America will get well and truly screwed! But it won't hit until the Federal Reserve Danse Macabre gets called to account by a crash.

    , @Anon
    @Flinders Petrie

    Dude, they would have destroyed Chris "Obama needs a hug" Christie. Their job is to destroy anyone who has an R next to their name, regardless of how liberal they are.

    , @Abe
    @Flinders Petrie

    Sorry, meant to agree with you there; hit the LOL BUTTON instead.

    But yeah, on CNN they were still mocking Romney about his "binders full of women" GOTCHA from 2012 all last month. Cruz is smart, but they would have run that same playbook against him, as FLINDERS said, and he is unlikeable and creepy, and so the charges against him would have subliminally stuck with the distaff part of the electorate. Plus he was a standard issue, MOAR DEFENSE SPENDING, BOMB 'EM TO THE STONE AGE neocon, so what was the point?

    Replies: @guest

    , @David In TN
    @Flinders Petrie

    "Do you really think that Cruz would have been able to better handle the standard accusations levied at him by Hillary (racist, sexist, xenophobe, homophobe)?"

    The cucks, NeverTrumpers, etc don't understand this year's left-liberal playbook will be thrown at them in 2020 and ever after if Hillary wins this year. The MSM will assume they won it for Hillary and can do so from now on with the same tactics.

    Replies: @Maj. Kong, @Bugg

  53. There is a first time for everything. Hillary! is both stupid and vindictive, so expect not just Trump but especially his backers to be jailed, beaten, etc. Her stupid White Women backers (but I repeat myself) who have Hillary up by 20 with women (Trump is up by 3 with men) will demand it like they demanded the Salem Witch Trials.

    Heck I would not be surprised for President Hillary to don the Burqua, dispense with Bill and live with Huma, and invite in 20 million Muslims along with 100 million Africans. Just to screw over White men.

    The time for politics ended years ago. Inevitably, the Russian/Soviet predictions of US collapse/splintering will come. Hillary plans endless “secret” (the Press won’t cover it) wars in Syria and Iraq and everywhere else; with the evil White men forming the casualty list while gays/trannies/women are celebrated as the backbone of the military. Meanwhile she’ll jail and fire the male relatives of those fighting.

    Ann Marie Slaughter has an article in the FT about how non-Hillary backers are racist, sexist monsters who must be constantly purged from society. Because sexism. You monster!

    It is up to every White man to be Good Soldier Schweik, to be as much sand in the gears of the affairs of Dowager Empress Hillary as possible.

    Trump is toast — he thinks he can have a media empire after this election; he’ll probably face life in prison if he’s lucky. All courtesy of the Fairer Sex and Team Woman.

    • Replies: @Karl
    @Whiskey

    > with the evil White men forming the casualty list

    might work..... if "universal national service" is put into law to GET those white kids into a uniform.

    Otherwise, she's going to have to invade Syria with an army of dindu's & immigrant soldiers.

    The US Navy & US Marine Corps are already allowed to enlist non-American citizens. One sentence in one 9000-page Omnibus Budget Bill can expand that to the US Army.

  54. No she won’t. Trump will be politically dead, even to the alt-right, who will understand what a poor standard-bearer he was. Why would Hillary waste political capital doing such a thing? She will spend it attacking or placating enemies that actually wield power or influence.

    I’m surprised to read such a comment from Steve.

  55. Trump (and his supporters) are awful people

    Remember that AZ paper that endorsed Clinton and got all kinds of nasty death threats? The publisher is currently on MSNBC talking about how some of the kids going door to door selling subscriptions are getting guns waved at them because of the endorsement.

    The solution is to send Brock Turner and that affluenza kid to Arizona to sell these newspaper subscriptions.

    In all seriousness, the newspaper’s response to the predictable reaction from the knuckle-draggers in their readership is great:

    http://www.azcentral.com/story/opinion/2016/10/16/publisher-response-to-threats-after-republic-endorsement-clinton-trump/92058964/

    • Troll: Chrisnonymous
    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
    @Tiny Duck

    Provide ONE documented example of a Trump supporter waving a gun at someone because that someone was selling a subscription. Where are the criminal charges, if that is true?

    I call bullshit.

    , @Tracy
    @Tiny Duck

    Man, they're really out in force today! LOL See this to see how they have their paid instigators out all over the internet to swarm fora like this one.

    , @Olorin
    @Tiny Duck

    A few more years of this and you just might graduate to the ratfucking D team, Tiny.

    Or not.

  56. They’re disrespectiong your Holy and God-sanctioned movement, guys, it’s time to double down!

    http://downloadpolitics.com/showthread.php?80045-Comic-Book-Nazis

  57. @Flinders Petrie
    @Wilkey


    If Ted Cruz had been the nominee she might throw Cruz in jail if she won, but Trump has been her favorite foil, and the Republican voters who made him our nominee played right into her hands.

     

    Do you really think that Cruz would have been able to better handle the standard accusations levied at him by Hillary (racist, sexist, xenophobe, homophobe)? Because the exact same playbook would have been used against him, as it has been against every Republican candidate. If they can demonize somebody as goody two shoes as Romney, they can do it to anybody.

    I think the voters who elected Trump realized this (consciously or unconsciously), and chose a brawler who at least would punch back. Better to go down with a fight than with a whimper.

    Replies: @Clyde, @Anon, @Abe, @David In TN

    Tuff enough and cribbed from Rush. I am on your side! And Heaven help us if Hill and her gangster gynocracy (aka coven) get elected. America will get well and truly screwed! But it won’t hit until the Federal Reserve Danse Macabre gets called to account by a crash.

  58. @Hacienda
    White people! You ain't all that. The truthiness of the situation is that POCs don't sweat you.

    Replies: @Kyle a, @fish, @Chrisnonymous, @Father O'Hara, @yaqub the mad scientist, @Olorin, @fredyetagain aka superhonky, @bomag

    Why don’t you go back where you came from ,you POC POS?

  59. Actually Steve, it’s people like you, Unz and those running Breitbart who have to worry. Hillary’s group, once in power is going after those whites on the Alt-Right and others like them. She and the Left have made it clear they would like to silence your lot.

    It wouldn’t take much, a few EO’s done in the name of protecting Americans from hate speech and right wing terrorists.

    The thing is, Trump is too big to be touched, mess with him and it could set off a response the Clinton’s won’t like at all. Turn him into a martyr and you have the makings of a revolution.

    But you folks on the alt-right, are well easy prey whom no one would care if you were removed from the internet. You guys don’t have the legal clout or visibility to resist federal bullying.

    And guys like O’Keefe who run project Veritas better have a bolt hole ready if Hillary wins.

  60. @Steve Sailer
    @benjaminl

    Or noticing patterns makes you bad.

    Replies: @Hacienda, @The preferred nomenclature is...

    Here’s a commentator who sees patterns in Trump:

    • Replies: @bored identity
    @Hacienda

    Jesus, Mary and Joseph, and all minor Saints:

    ELEVEN MINUTES AND FIFTY SIX SECONDS!

    But, now I finally know that I KNOW THIS MAN:

    Now,I'm with HER. Totally.

    Thank you Keith!

    Replies: @Hacienda

    , @bomag
    @Hacienda

    In another time and place, Olbermann would be excellent with a holy book in his hand and a fearful flock upon which he could run "game". He can channel intense emotion into verbal exhortation with all the proper flourishes.

    Here, though, he is just the usual leftist A-hole, claiming more insight, more humanity, more caring, blah blah blah; and warning that the wrong candidate will shred the Constitution and explode the deficit while we burn in a secular Hell, so we should heed his secular fatwah or else he will call us more names.

    Replies: @Hacienda

    , @William Zane
    @Hacienda

    Shorter Olberdouche: TRUMP WILL RAPE YOUR DAUGHTERS IF ELECTED!

  61. Steve, you’re too black-pilled. Trump will win. He’s going to get PA and WI, IA plus Romney’s states, possibly FL.

    • Replies: @Opinionator
    @Economic Sophisms

    Why do you think so?

    Replies: @Bill

  62. Maybe Trump should work out a deal with the Ecuadorian government to move their embassy into his new Old Post Office hotel in Washington DC.

    Will his fondness for taco bowls be a plus here, or am I being culturally insensitive?

  63. @The Anti-Gnostic
    This election really seems to be a benchmark for internal contradictions coming to a head. The liberal-urban-socialist and traditional-rural-capitalist worldviews are completely incompatible (a polite way of saying they hate each other and wish the other were dead), and a lot of ethno-cultural fault lines are being revealed as well. So far everybody is abiding by the agreement that we'll duke it out at the polls instead of in the streets but how long will that last? If Trump really is Hitler, then inevitably some of our many not-terribly-stable citizens will lash out violently. And if Hillary wins and starts passing hate speech legislation and confiscating "assault weapons" and laying out the immigrant welcome mat, then bourgeois and proletarian whites will face an awful dilemma: break the democratic compact, or be doomed to permanent second-class status.

    The system has a lot of credibility and (I think) prosperity left, so if Hillary gets elected I don't see whites breaking out their rifles (I think). But given her history she is bound to provoke a financial, social or martial crisis, or all three at once. And if Trump gets elected, and really is Hitler, why wouldn't the Left Coast just try and secede?

    Replies: @Flinders Petrie, @Opinionator, @Alfred1860, @Sunbeam, @Desiderius, @Eustace Tilley (not), @bomag, @Boomstick, @AnotherDad, @Corvinus

    (I think) prosperity left

    Until dad takes away the credit cards.

    Some prosperity.

  64. @Steve Sailer
    @benjaminl

    Or noticing patterns makes you bad.

    Replies: @Hacienda, @The preferred nomenclature is...

    And, uh, Dude the preferred nomenclature is evil not bad.

  65. If Trump does lose the election, I can see a very prominent role for him as an effective gadfly. He sees himself as leading a movement, and in this he is quite right.

    He can, and likely will, keep on the point that the election and system was rigged. It’s going to be impossible for the media to pretend over the long haul that it wasn’t hiding Hillary’s huge problems and trashing Trump over nothing of any importance.

    Just for example, how long will Hillary remain in anything like presentable condition given her obvious health problems? How long will she be able to escape Congressional and other scrutiny based on the material revealed (but so far ignored by the media) by WikiLeaks? How will she escape the consequences of her reckless immigration policies? And we can easily predict how badly things will turn out for her mindless support of BLM. Even the media generally has zero real enthusiasm for her, and she hasn’t been, and never will be, transported to a sacred status as was Obama.

    Of course they will talk about how Trump is “divisive” and “undermining democracy” — but so what else is new? What can they charge that hasn’t already been charged?

    I certainly don’t see Trump fading off on cue to allow Hillary and the media to pretend that nothing untoward went down in this election. He’s not going to be a nice little boy, as were McCain and Romney.

    I see him as following more the path of Sarah Palin, who maintained a feisty political presence after her defeat.

    But he will be 10 times as prominent and unavoidable, because he’s Trump.

  66. @L Woods
    @Detective Club

    This will never happen in the United States. The U.S. military has zero history of such behavior and is a globalist Establishment organ through and through.

    Replies: @Lurker, @Desiderius, @Jus' Sayin'..., @Heisenberg, @Neoconned, @Charles Erwin Wilson

    This will never happen in the United States.

    Never is a long time.

    I could see something along the lines of the supposed Gulenist coup against a victorious
    Trump thwarted by the refusal of enlisted men to go along. Our leadership (sic) class is that delusional presently. They’re long overdue for some humble pie.

  67. @Buzz Mohawk

    Does Trump Have a Place of Exile Picked Out?
     
    Do the rest of us?

    Replies: @Flinders Petrie, @Jus' Sayin'..., @JimB, @Tim Howells, @Jus' Sayin'..., @bored identity

    I’m eligible for dual Canadian citizenship and am well into the process. A Canadian passport will be a good thing to have if Clinton and her neocon masters/minions start a nuclear war with Russia, as seems likely. If Clinton wins, I’m certainly going to move to the northwest mountains near the Canadian border, a place far from federal control and near my planned shelter from nuclear war.

    I’m also preparing myself as best I can, psychologically and materially, for the low intensity, real civil war that looms ever more menacingly as the elites in this country continue their hellbent course towards imposing their will on the productive classes in this country. Their ultimate goal now seems to be create a social structure much like that of Mexico or Brazil.

  68. @Flinders Petrie
    @Wilkey


    If Ted Cruz had been the nominee she might throw Cruz in jail if she won, but Trump has been her favorite foil, and the Republican voters who made him our nominee played right into her hands.

     

    Do you really think that Cruz would have been able to better handle the standard accusations levied at him by Hillary (racist, sexist, xenophobe, homophobe)? Because the exact same playbook would have been used against him, as it has been against every Republican candidate. If they can demonize somebody as goody two shoes as Romney, they can do it to anybody.

    I think the voters who elected Trump realized this (consciously or unconsciously), and chose a brawler who at least would punch back. Better to go down with a fight than with a whimper.

    Replies: @Clyde, @Anon, @Abe, @David In TN

    Dude, they would have destroyed Chris “Obama needs a hug” Christie. Their job is to destroy anyone who has an R next to their name, regardless of how liberal they are.

  69. @L Woods
    @Detective Club

    This will never happen in the United States. The U.S. military has zero history of such behavior and is a globalist Establishment organ through and through.

    Replies: @Lurker, @Desiderius, @Jus' Sayin'..., @Heisenberg, @Neoconned, @Charles Erwin Wilson

    The US armed forces command are traditionally an up-or-out organization. Non-promotion and requests that an officer resign his commission are standard operating procedure for non-performing officers. They have also been used to purge politically “dangerous” officers. I find it ominous that the Obama administration, with little or no outside interest, has purged historically high numbers of officers for what appear to be political reasons and in precisely those ranks most critical for a coup attempt. The ones left are “safe” for Obama, Clinton, et al.

  70. @Wilkey
    @Altai

    Ironcally this is the election most likely to see violence. If Trump wins there will be riots. That is not mere speculation, it is a certainty.

    Replies: @guest, @Jefferson, @Sgt. Joe Friday

    If Hillary wins there will be riots, the same way Lakers fans overturn police cars when their team wins a title.

  71. @Flinders Petrie
    @Wilkey


    If Ted Cruz had been the nominee she might throw Cruz in jail if she won, but Trump has been her favorite foil, and the Republican voters who made him our nominee played right into her hands.

     

    Do you really think that Cruz would have been able to better handle the standard accusations levied at him by Hillary (racist, sexist, xenophobe, homophobe)? Because the exact same playbook would have been used against him, as it has been against every Republican candidate. If they can demonize somebody as goody two shoes as Romney, they can do it to anybody.

    I think the voters who elected Trump realized this (consciously or unconsciously), and chose a brawler who at least would punch back. Better to go down with a fight than with a whimper.

    Replies: @Clyde, @Anon, @Abe, @David In TN

    Sorry, meant to agree with you there; hit the LOL BUTTON instead.

    But yeah, on CNN they were still mocking Romney about his “binders full of women” GOTCHA from 2012 all last month. Cruz is smart, but they would have run that same playbook against him, as FLINDERS said, and he is unlikeable and creepy, and so the charges against him would have subliminally stuck with the distaff part of the electorate. Plus he was a standard issue, MOAR DEFENSE SPENDING, BOMB ‘EM TO THE STONE AGE neocon, so what was the point?

    • Replies: @guest
    @Abe

    I still don't understand why "binders full of women" was a thing. Isn't that exactly what they want: preferential hiring? Wasn't Romney proposing to do his affirmative duty? Or was the idea that he should have been able to think of women off the top of his head? That seems unlikely. I'm so confused.

    I suppose libs don't need binders; they just wait for bankers to tell them who to hire.

    Replies: @William Zane, @Kylie, @Bernardista

  72. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    I don’t think so, because of the Epstein thing.

    That’s why Bill personally urged Donald to enter the race. He knew Donald wouldn’t be able to use the Epstein thing against Bill because of Donald’s own Epstein thing.

    By the same token, if Hillary wins, she won’t go after Donald because Donald can use the Epstein thing against the Clintons.

    There’s a mutually assured destruction thing going on here.

    • Replies: @Chrisnonymous
    @Anonymous

    Yeah. I really, really didn't think Trump was involved in Epstein shenanigans and still don't believe the 13yo rape charge. However, the only explanation I can see for Trump not using Pedo Island line of attack is that there is dirt out there on him that Dem-donor Epstein could release.

    Replies: @5371

  73. @PiltdownMan
    @L Woods

    The point is that generalized non-lethal political purges are not unknown in American life and the prospect of one in the future is not necessarily hypothetical or merely a figment of our overactive imaginations.

    Replies: @Chris Mallory, @No_0ne

    It wasn’t “generalized”. It was aimed at members of the Communist Party in the US government and “Hollywood”. The FeeBI’s COINTELPRO against the anti war movement in the 60’s was more likely to hit “ordinary” Americans.

  74. There is evidence that General Lyman Lemnitzer, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff until JFK fired him, was involved in the Kennedy assassination. He was notorious as a “renegade” general along with General Curtis Lemay.

    According to Wikipedia:

    (As Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff,) Lemnitzer approved the plans known as Operation Northwoods in 1962, a proposed plan to discredit the Castro regime and create support for military action against Cuba by staging false flag acts of terrorism and developing “a Communist Cuban terror campaign in the Miami area.

    After firing him, Kennedy gave General Lemnitzer a follow-on assignment as the Supreme Allied Commander in Europe as head of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO). In that capacity, Lemnitzer was in charge of Operation Gladio that involved the assassination of leftist politicians in France, Italy, and other European countries to suppress communist influence within Western Europe … “the enemy within”.

    In 1975, President Ford appointed Lemnitzer to the Commission on CIA Activities within the United States (a.k.a. the Rockefeller Commission) to investigate whether the Central Intelligence Agency had committed acts that violated US laws, and allegations that E. Howard Hunt and Frank Sturgis (of Watergate fame) were involved in the assassination of John F. Kennedy.

    • Replies: @guest
    @TheJester

    You opened by saying there's evidence he was involved in the JFK assassination, then presented no such evidence. What is the point of this post?

  75. @L Woods
    @Detective Club

    This will never happen in the United States. The U.S. military has zero history of such behavior and is a globalist Establishment organ through and through.

    Replies: @Lurker, @Desiderius, @Jus' Sayin'..., @Heisenberg, @Neoconned, @Charles Erwin Wilson

    Inertia prevails for now in the Military’s hierarchy. As in, no officer wants to go into History as the First turd to end the Republic. But once the seal is broken, look out. Coup-Counter coup- rinse wash repeat. Control of North America would tempt many officers. Only Tradition holds it back, and looking around at the tattooed faggot freak show around us, I’d say we don’t do Tradition so well anymore.

  76. @Buzz Mohawk

    Does Trump Have a Place of Exile Picked Out?
     
    Do the rest of us?

    Replies: @Flinders Petrie, @Jus' Sayin'..., @JimB, @Tim Howells, @Jus' Sayin'..., @bored identity

    Great comeback. Maybe this is a crazy thought, but perhaps some interior Red States should consider providing sanctuary to people being overtly persecuted by the DOJ, like Sheriff Joe Arpaio. We have already seen unscrupulous Democrat prosecutors destroy the political careers of powerful Republicans in Texas with accusations that look trifling compared to Hillary’s obvious pay-to-play behavior as the Secretary of State. No wonder the world is a mess after four years of her incompetence and venality. Imagine what condition the US will be in after four years of her as president. Would there be any hope of impeaching her for even the most heinous offenses? I’m not hopeful.

    Obama has already shown that blatant disregard for the constitution isn’t an impeachable offense. Under him we have already seen the Border Patrol ordered to stand down and the IRS, DOJ, HHS, and HUD used to persecute administration enemies. Obama has heavily armed nearly every federal agency, including the Department of Interior, with assault rifles and 3 billion rounds of ammunition (remember the government bulk purchases of ammo a few years back). Hillary will follow in his footsteps by weaponizing every federal agency to go after a quarter of the US population she considers to be deplorable and irredeemable.

  77. @Detective Club
    A First World country (USA, 2017) that is rapidly turning into a Third World country might develop a penchant for a coup or two.

    In 1958, the French army staged a successful coup in Algeria and Corsica. Certain leading politicians got the message that they would be put before a firing squad unless de Gaulle became Prime Minister. De Gaulle became Prime Minister and later President - - - with the powers of a dictator. French generals assumed they they had an iron-clad deal with de Gaulle - - - France would never leave Algeria while de Gaulle was in office.

    In 1961, certain generals in Algeria staged a coup against de Gaulle, after he agreed with Arab rebels to pull the army out of Algeria in 1962. This last coup failed. De Gaulle had the loser generals locked up. Rogue elements of the French army then went underground. Once de Gaulle was almost blown up by a truly enormous roadside bomb (the bomb was detonated too soon and missed by a few hundred feet). A year later, de Gaulle was being driven to his country retreat for the weekend. Would-be assassins turned his car into swiss-cheese but missed (as in 140 machine-gun shots and missing!).

    The moral of this French story : when you make a deal with army generals, keep it!

    Replies: @L Woods, @jimmyriddle, @mobi

    A First World country (USA, 2017) that is rapidly turning into a Third World country might develop a penchant for a coup or two.

    Swiss army Chief of Staff urges citizens to arm themselves against ‘impending social disorder’:

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-12-30/swiss-army-chief-warns-social-unrest-calls-upon-citizens-arm-themselves

    High-ranking British general all but threatens a coup. “The general staff would not allow a Prime Minister to jeopardise the security of this country, and I think people would use whatever means possible, fair or foul, to prevent that.”

    http://www.theamericanconservative.com/dreher/a-very-british-mutiny-corbyn/

    French-Jewish writer Eric Zemmour claims military sources tell him the French General staff is preparing contingency plans to ethnically cleanse muslims and take back control of France in an emergency. Says they are secretly being advised by Israelis:

    https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/1756879/french-army-has-secret-plan-to-ethnically-cleanse-muslims-from-france-with-the-help-of-israeli-specialists-far-right-writer-claims/

    “The U.S. military has zero history of such behavior”

    Excepting, of course, the bloodiest war in the country’s history.

    As noted previously, Trump (or whoever follows him) already has a strong majority among ‘men with guns’ (military, ex-military, police, border patrol, NRA, etc).

    The left are so full of themselves now, they have no idea how naked they are.

    I’d love to be a fly on the wall of the officer’s barracks across the Western world these days.

    Not that I would ever advocate or condone any such (illegal) activity. Just observing.

  78. Expectations are so low for a Hillary presidency now, on all sides, that I’m starting to wish there was a betting market that would allow me to ‘go long’ on her final approval ratings. And I detest the woman.

  79. “Does Trump have a place of exile picked out?”

    Moscow, from which he could lead the resistance.

    Because you never march on Moscow (Hillary might try, though. Playing right into the trap).

  80. While I can imagine that Hillary and her Big Friends in the media would want to pull Trump down legally, I really doubt that they would be able to pull it off, not least because of the political repercussions for them both.

    Trump has called for Hillary to be prosecuted, but the public understands his point — they too see how Hillary has skated on being charged over her deletion of the 30K emails and the following lies. There’s no pretending that she wasn’t up to something that either was genuinely criminal or came within an inch of being so.

    But Trump has no such potentially criminal history. Even the bizarre, over-the-top condemnations of him don’t allege any actual criminality. They would have to invent a charge from whole cloth to go after him. Of course they could do so, and may try to do so, but the larger public isn’t going to buy it, and his supporters — who will certainly be close to half the nation — will reject it vehemently.

    Framing Trump on a contrived charge would be a disaster for the rigged system it would be designed to protect. Nothing could do greater damage to any sense of legitimacy in that system. If it seemed rigged before, how would it seem after it allowed Hillary to skate, while Trump gets prosecuted?

    I can’t say with certainty they wouldn’t try to go after Trump, but they would truly be playing with fire if they did.

    It would not end well.

  81. He could run away to Russia; she’s been trying to hook those two crazy kids up for a while now. Hey, if she could get her “friend” Huma to marry Antony Weiner, she could do it. Hillary might have missed her calling as an old Jewish matchmaker:

  82. It is not enough to have capable leaders; we must control the mindscape

    Democracy just means rule by mass media and schooling in this technological age. The great populace doesn’t know what it takes to lead – but getting their vote still matters to some extent, and that is the real power base.

    The left had the right of it in going after control of the media and academia – we must do the same. This is the age we live in

    • Replies: @Richard Steele
    @Difference maker

    This is an excellent observation. I can't agree with you enough.

  83. @The Anti-Gnostic
    This election really seems to be a benchmark for internal contradictions coming to a head. The liberal-urban-socialist and traditional-rural-capitalist worldviews are completely incompatible (a polite way of saying they hate each other and wish the other were dead), and a lot of ethno-cultural fault lines are being revealed as well. So far everybody is abiding by the agreement that we'll duke it out at the polls instead of in the streets but how long will that last? If Trump really is Hitler, then inevitably some of our many not-terribly-stable citizens will lash out violently. And if Hillary wins and starts passing hate speech legislation and confiscating "assault weapons" and laying out the immigrant welcome mat, then bourgeois and proletarian whites will face an awful dilemma: break the democratic compact, or be doomed to permanent second-class status.

    The system has a lot of credibility and (I think) prosperity left, so if Hillary gets elected I don't see whites breaking out their rifles (I think). But given her history she is bound to provoke a financial, social or martial crisis, or all three at once. And if Trump gets elected, and really is Hitler, why wouldn't the Left Coast just try and secede?

    Replies: @Flinders Petrie, @Opinionator, @Alfred1860, @Sunbeam, @Desiderius, @Eustace Tilley (not), @bomag, @Boomstick, @AnotherDad, @Corvinus

    An excellent post except for this: “The system has a lot of credibility and (I think) prosperity left,…”

    After 9/11, in which a government-appointed “independent” Commission came (as in the Kennedy assassination) to the politically-correct pre-established conclusion, I don’t see how you can say the system “has a lot of credibility”. The Official Report of the 9/11 Commission does not even mention WTC7 (the Salomon Brothers Building) in its index. I have a copy; I looked for it; I found it not.

  84. @PiltdownMan
    He should buy up the properties around the Clinton compound in Chappaqua, plant himself there and make a media spectacle of it if they come for him. And instruct his property manager to be the worst neighbor possible if they take him away.

    Replies: @Kylie, @Forbes, @Harry Baldwin

    Wonderful! You are really a gem.

  85. @Wilkey
    Why would Hillary throw Trump in jail? If Ted Cruz had been the nominee she might throw Cruz in jail if she won, but Trump has been her favorite foil, and the Republican voters who made him our nominee played right into her hands.

    No, in America politicians seldom abuse their power to throw their politic enemies in jail. Far more often they use their powers to keep their allies *out* of jail, which is a power far more significant - see: the 15 million illegals (plus their spawn) living here because our "leaders" have refused to do jack shit; see: the wave of pardons that Obama will issue sometime between election day and January 20, a wave which, of course, doesn't include hundreds or even thousands of his political allies who aren't in jail to begin with though they should be, like Herbert and Marion Sandler, Lois Lerner, and Hillary herself.

    Replies: @Flinders Petrie, @Divine Right, @Bill

    “If Ted Cruz had been the nominee she might throw Cruz in jail if she won, but Trump has been her favorite foil”

    Not only would Cruz have lost badly, he would have done so championing an elitist-lite mantra that would have been a great foil for Hillary: tax cuts for the rich, more wars, flax tax, blah blah blah, Russia-be-evil, giving lip service to irrelevant social issues such as abortion and turning people off with religion talk. It amazes me how anyone out there could really think that guy had any chance of winning.

    • Replies: @Chrisnonymous
    @Divine Right

    I was not a Cruz supporter (as Jack Hanson asserts), but I think he would have been winning. Hillary's negatives would have been the same, but Cruz wouldn't have had Trump's Fact-Checked-Hitler-Octopus problems.

    The thing is, if Cruz had won, we still would have lost.

    Replies: @Jack Hanson

    , @inertial
    @Divine Right

    Cruz is a smart guy and he might have run a smart general election campaign. However...his face...

    Replies: @JVO

    , @Josh
    @Divine Right

    Did abortion stop happening?

  86. @Tacitus2016
    Maybe Hans Christian Andersen could help with the script, give Trump a happy ending.

    The Snow Queen.

    "An evil troll, called "the devil",has made a magic mirror that distorts the appearance of everything it reflects. It fails to reflect the good and beautiful aspects of people and things, while magnifying their bad and ugly aspects. The devil, who is headmaster at a troll school, takes the mirror and his pupils throughout the world, delighting in using it to distort everyone and everything; the mirror makes the loveliest landscapes look like "boiled spinach." They try to carry the mirror into heaven with the idea of making fools of the angels and God, but the higher they lift it, the more the mirror shakes with laughter, and it slips from their grasp and falls back to earth, shattering into billions of pieces, some no larger than a grain of sand.

    These splinters are blown by the wind all over the Earth and got into people's hearts and eyes, freezing their hearts like blocks of ice and making their eyes like the troll-mirror itself, seeing only the bad and ugly in people and things."

    Replies: @Kylie

    “Maybe Hans Christian Andersen could help with the script, give Trump a happy ending.

    The Snow Queen.”

    I’d rather see Hillary as The Little Match Girl, except instead of being reunited with her grandmother in Heaven, being reunited with her husband and daughter in Hell.

  87. Anonymous [AKA "Taxed"] says:

    The Hamptons

  88. @PiltdownMan
    He should buy up the properties around the Clinton compound in Chappaqua, plant himself there and make a media spectacle of it if they come for him. And instruct his property manager to be the worst neighbor possible if they take him away.

    Replies: @Kylie, @Forbes, @Harry Baldwin

    Hillary’s home has been in Washington, DC since 2001 seat-warming the Senate.

  89. Yes, a very reasonable assessment. But we are dealing with a vindictive woman who at this stage in her life might not exactly be right in the head.

  90. OT: Birth of a Nation has now done $12.2 million in 10 days! OTOH, The Accountant and Girl on a Train both did $24+ million their opening weekend.

  91. Hillary will probably try to put Trump in jail if she’s President, the way Julian Assange got charged with sexual assault.

    Why would she be so ungrateful? His candidacy handed her the White House.

    • Replies: @Mark F.
    @AP

    Indeed, she should send him roses and candy. The Trumpkins still don't get why Trump is hated more than she is.

  92. @Hacienda
    White people! You ain't all that. The truthiness of the situation is that POCs don't sweat you.

    Replies: @Kyle a, @fish, @Chrisnonymous, @Father O'Hara, @yaqub the mad scientist, @Olorin, @fredyetagain aka superhonky, @bomag

    You be trippin’, dawg.

  93. @PiltdownMan

    So far everybody is abiding by the agreement that we’ll duke it out at the polls instead of in the streets but how long will that last?
     

    Maybe neither at the polls nor in the streets but instead in the workplace. Losing a job during the McCarthy era was a very real prospect for ordinary Americans who were deemed ideologically suspect. Aside from the high profile cases in Hollywood and the media, regular folk lost their jobs silently in the American corporate workplace simply because of a rumor that had followed them into work.

    If Hillary wins, expect at least some Trump sympathizers to lose jobs, and not just in government.

    Replies: @L Woods, @Mr. Anon, @Forbes, @Bill

    Put down the bong.

    Losing a job during the McCarthy era was a very real prospect for ordinary Americans who were deemed ideologically suspect. Aside from the high profile cases in Hollywood and the media,

    Your history is quite a bit off–and confused. What’s known as the Army-McCarthy hearings, orchestrated by Senator Joe McCarthy (R-WI), were in the Spring of 1954. He was censured by the Senate in December 1954. Some era.

    The Hollywood blacklist (a studio blacklist, not a gov’t blacklist) began in 1947 when 10 writers and directors were cited by contempt of Congress by refusing to testify before the Democrat-majority House Un-American Activities Committee.

    Evidence of ‘ordinary Americans’ at risk for (unwarranted) job loss is rather thin on the ground. And as the since-released Venona and KGB files essentially back-up a significant amount of communist spying (confirming Hess, Rosenbergs, et al.), the allegations weren’t without foundation.

  94. @The Anti-Gnostic
    This election really seems to be a benchmark for internal contradictions coming to a head. The liberal-urban-socialist and traditional-rural-capitalist worldviews are completely incompatible (a polite way of saying they hate each other and wish the other were dead), and a lot of ethno-cultural fault lines are being revealed as well. So far everybody is abiding by the agreement that we'll duke it out at the polls instead of in the streets but how long will that last? If Trump really is Hitler, then inevitably some of our many not-terribly-stable citizens will lash out violently. And if Hillary wins and starts passing hate speech legislation and confiscating "assault weapons" and laying out the immigrant welcome mat, then bourgeois and proletarian whites will face an awful dilemma: break the democratic compact, or be doomed to permanent second-class status.

    The system has a lot of credibility and (I think) prosperity left, so if Hillary gets elected I don't see whites breaking out their rifles (I think). But given her history she is bound to provoke a financial, social or martial crisis, or all three at once. And if Trump gets elected, and really is Hitler, why wouldn't the Left Coast just try and secede?

    Replies: @Flinders Petrie, @Opinionator, @Alfred1860, @Sunbeam, @Desiderius, @Eustace Tilley (not), @bomag, @Boomstick, @AnotherDad, @Corvinus

    It might be instructive to consider Iraq; in some ways the oldest civilization. Political change consists of uniting behind a Strong Man with a militia that can out-duel enough of the other guys to hold some territory.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @bomag

    "a Strong Man with a militia that can out-duel enough of the other guys to hold some territory."

    Sounds like Manson's Helter Skelter.

    Maybe Charlie was just a misunderstood genius ahead of his time???

  95. @Buzz Mohawk

    Does Trump Have a Place of Exile Picked Out?
     
    Do the rest of us?

    Replies: @Flinders Petrie, @Jus' Sayin'..., @JimB, @Tim Howells, @Jus' Sayin'..., @bored identity

    Steady guys, that day is not this day …

    • Agree: BenKenobi
  96. Towheaded Dutch schoolchildren: Ready For Eurabia!

    View post on imgur.com

    • Replies: @Anon7
    @Lot

    Oh, just look at the sh*t-eating grins of those flabby 40-something Dutch school marms. They're probably singing some version of whorefinder's video from Fiddler on the Roof in their little heads.

    Global elites, please look though your book,
    And make me a perfect match!

    , @International Jew
    @Lot

    What the heck is that??

    Replies: @Lot

    , @Josh
    @Lot

    Wow. Now I'm angry.

    , @Anonymous
    @Lot

    14th Century AD- The Ottomans begin to create a Janissary soldier corps comprised of enslaved Christian European boys, to fight for Muslim gain in battles often against European countries.

    20th Century AD- An elaborate scheme to brainwash children with liberal propaganda is initiated in the West.

    21st Century AD- Janissary corps are created anew in the West, this time voluntarily by brainwashed Western liberals, using Western children forced to go to liberal indoctrination schools. These children will go on to defend the rights of Muslims to invade and conquer their own country.

    , @Josh
    @Lot

    Wow. Now I'm angry.

    , @Bill, @Perspective
    @Lot

    What the hell is going on with the world? Worst of all are the "teachers" grinning like a group of Cheshire cats in the background.

    , @Jenner Ickham Errican
    @Lot

    How cute! I remember hide-and-seek. Which little cherub will find the suicide bomber hiding in the playroom? Seriously, though, when the Supreme Caliphate of Orange is officially established those women are in big trouble for mixing boys and girls in prayer.

  97. @Flinders Petrie
    @Buzz Mohawk


    Do the rest of us
     
    Seriously. I would have never dreamed that I would live through an election where supporting a major party presidential candidate could lead to (possibly) physical violence, and (definitely) social ostracism.

    Replies: @Nns, @RadicalCenter

    Wearing a Trump shirt definitely leads to physical intimidation and ultimately violence against the wearer, here in Los Angeles. No “possibly” about it.

    Yes, I have been stupid / brave enough to wear Trump shirts right here in downtown LA, Hollywood, West Hollywood, North Hollywood, Culver City, and even bizarre Christian-hating bigoted Santa Monica.

    I have been spit at and threatened — with my small children right there — and one “man” even asked my wife whether she wanted to leave her “fascist dick” husband and get a real man (presumably him, since a real man goes around frightening and embarrassing women and children, as we all know).

    Visiting family in New Jersey, I had a large fat slovenly “man” accost me in a pizza parlor (good old Secaucus), bump me with his chest and gut, curse and scream at me in the middle of the restaurant, make lewd comments to my wife, and DIRECTLY THREATEN MY CHILDREN. The owner did nothing, nor did any of the other customers. With these kind of pussies being the “good ” people, evil bullies will certainly grow even bolder and more aggressive.

    I’m going to wear the shirt again. I’m an American and a man. Fuck ’em.

    • Replies: @Moshe
    @RadicalCenter

    A few years back when the Zimmerman business was coming to a head I was in a 100% black bar in Miami singing American Pie karaoke.

    Whenever I sing on stage, in any capacity, I tend to spontaneously throw in humorous lyrics as God inspires. In this instance, near the end of the song I belted out:

    "...And the three men I admire most --- George Zimmerman, George Zimmerman and George Zi-mmer-man..."

    Now I was the only white guy in the place was a tad concerned whether the shit would hit the fan but they were totally cool and admired my balls for doing it. In fact, a gaggle of belly-laughing girls came over to me after I stepped off the stage and couldn't stop laughing at how funny it was that I did it.

    Generally, at social gatherings, blacks are pretty awesome. Provided there are no whites around. With terrified/fawning crackers around you say the N word or otherwise talk race the way I do and blacks get violent fast.

    , @rod1963
    @RadicalCenter

    30 years ago you could have kicked their asses for that. Then again it would have never have happened.

    The point is, it shows how bad things have gone for conservative whites. We are at the bottom with little recourse.

    Polite political discourse is almost dead. But I should have seen it coming back when Prop 13 and later Prop 187 were being promoted and public school teachers were gaslighting their students to oppose them and tell their parents to oppose it. It was clear even back then, the Left never wanted honest and open discussion.

    Now it's getting very third world in terms of politics, it's persuasion at the end of a first or implied violence or legions of highly paid agitators and manipulators via a news media that has more in common with Pravda than anything else.

    For those in the alt-right and Trump blogosphere, they will be finished if Hillary wins. I cannot imagine she'll tolerate these organs spouting hate facts and the like any longer.

    , @Lot
    @RadicalCenter

    Man sounds like you micro-aggress hundreds of people a day with your t-shirt.

  98. Obviously he has a dacha lined up just outside of Moscow next to Gerard Depardieu’s.

  99. Will Trump be jailed before Hellary is impeached? Is anyone offering odds?

    • Replies: @George
    @dearieme

    Will Trump be jailed before Hellary is impeached? Is anyone offering odds? Try Paddy Power


    Irish bookies already paying out $1M to people who bet Hillary Clinton would win

    http://www.cbc.ca/beta/news/business/paddy-power-presidential-betting-1.3810006

  100. @Lurker
    @L Woods

    The U.S. military has zero history of such behavior and is a globalist Establishment organ through and through . . . . so far.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Lot

    The U.S. military has zero history of such behavior and is a globalist Establishment organ through and through

    Yes unfortunately that’s right. The NatSec complex is heavily GOPe Jew and Mormon, and we know how they feel about Trump.

    Also most American generals have been awash in PC and promoted on that basis and/or are waiting to retire and take a $700,000 a year no-show job with a giant defense contractor.

    We can whine about the awful Neocons and Jews controlling America, or we can pick our battles and not try to take on the giant NatSec complex in favor of more important issues, like stopping the rapid demographic replacement and huge tax drain of third world migrants.

    In the end, all the NatSec complex really wants is 6% or so of GDP. That’s not unreasonably high by historical measures. I’d like to see the worst of the Bushies and neo-cons purged, but even that is negotiable in my view. Losing Vietnam kept us out of large land wars in Asia for thirty years. Hopefully losing Iraq will do the same until ~2040.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Lot

    Do you really think the National Security Complex will not be immensely degraded by diversity, and specifically, the decline of the white male?? Maybe not on the surface, for a while, but as someone who sees the inner guts of it, I know its strength comes from it being the whitest male club I can think of. Still, you will start to get a lot of demoralized white males who will lose their delusions because of what they see going on in the country at large. They will begin to view their work as an opportunity for personal gain. It's sort of like that now, though with a lot of embarrassing and phony patriotic platitudes. But with the huge diversity going into the military, government work, contractor work, do you think it will be the same in 5 years? 10 years? And isn't its strength tied directly to the prosperity and economy of the U.S. How can anyone be optimistic on that front?

    , @Bill
    @Lot

    The NatSec complex is heavily Jew? Link?

  101. @415 reasons
    This is from Sheryl Sandberg in the new wikileaks referring to Zuckerberg

    He wants to meet folks who can inform his understanding about effective political operations to advance public policy goals on social oriented objectives (like immigration, education or basic scientific research).
     
    What the hell is wrong with these people? How is turning the United States into a third world country full of terrorist muslims philanthropy on a par with funding education or basic scientific research? Frightening how deluded these people are. Doesn't Zuckerberg live in California? Does he ever open his eyes when he's here?

    Replies: @epebble, @Marat

    May be because Mrs. Zuckerberg is Dr. Priscilla Chan? Of course, this is not universal; Mrs. Trump was/is Ivana and Melania.

  102. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @Lot
    @Lurker


    The U.S. military has zero history of such behavior and is a globalist Establishment organ through and through
     
    Yes unfortunately that's right. The NatSec complex is heavily GOPe Jew and Mormon, and we know how they feel about Trump.

    Also most American generals have been awash in PC and promoted on that basis and/or are waiting to retire and take a $700,000 a year no-show job with a giant defense contractor.

    We can whine about the awful Neocons and Jews controlling America, or we can pick our battles and not try to take on the giant NatSec complex in favor of more important issues, like stopping the rapid demographic replacement and huge tax drain of third world migrants.

    In the end, all the NatSec complex really wants is 6% or so of GDP. That's not unreasonably high by historical measures. I'd like to see the worst of the Bushies and neo-cons purged, but even that is negotiable in my view. Losing Vietnam kept us out of large land wars in Asia for thirty years. Hopefully losing Iraq will do the same until ~2040.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Bill

    Do you really think the National Security Complex will not be immensely degraded by diversity, and specifically, the decline of the white male?? Maybe not on the surface, for a while, but as someone who sees the inner guts of it, I know its strength comes from it being the whitest male club I can think of. Still, you will start to get a lot of demoralized white males who will lose their delusions because of what they see going on in the country at large. They will begin to view their work as an opportunity for personal gain. It’s sort of like that now, though with a lot of embarrassing and phony patriotic platitudes. But with the huge diversity going into the military, government work, contractor work, do you think it will be the same in 5 years? 10 years? And isn’t its strength tied directly to the prosperity and economy of the U.S. How can anyone be optimistic on that front?

  103. @Mr. Anon
    @The Anti-Gnostic

    "BTW, how long is Assange going to live in a single building? How long is the Ecuadorean government willing to feed him?"

    It's not like one extra mouth to feed is a big burden. Embassies are full of people who have no particularly important job anyway. If they bounce him, it is because of pressure brought to bear on Ecuador by the US Goverment.

    By the way, why is everyone now saying "Ecuadorean". It used to be "Ecuadoran". Is this some new status-signalling affect from NPR - like the obsessive R-rolling and glottal accenting in "Nicaragua"?

    Replies: @res, @Antonymous, @(((Owen)))

    By the way, why is everyone now saying “Ecuadorean”. It used to be “Ecuadoran”.

    Ecuadorian is also used (and dominates in books). Some data below.

    Google ngrams show Ecuadorean and Ecuadoran being similar frequency over the years except for the spike in the 30s and 40s where Ecuadorean was heavily favored (Ecuadorian is highest frequency throughout):
    https://books.google.com/ngrams/graph?content=Ecuadorean%2CEcuadoran%2CEcuadorian&year_start=1900&year_end=2008&corpus=15&smoothing=3&share=&direct_url=t1%3B%2CEcuadorean%3B%2Cc0%3B.t1%3B%2CEcuadoran%3B%2Cc0%3B.t1%3B%2CEcuadorian%3B%2Cc0

    The NYT has used all three over the years, but now favors Ecuadorean :
    http://chronicle.nytlabs.com/?keyword=Ecuadorean.Ecuadoran.Ecuadorian

    By any chance did you learn the word Ecuadoran in the 70s? That seems to be when it was most used.

    I don’t think I am aware of any other words with three alternate spellings all of which are used (e.g. in the NYT).

    • Replies: @TontoBubbaGoldstein
    @res

    I don’t think I am aware of any other words with three alternate spellings all of which are used (e.g. in the NYT)...

    Well, there is the "We came, we saw, he died" guy.

    Replies: @res

  104. @Economic Sophisms
    Steve, you're too black-pilled. Trump will win. He's going to get PA and WI, IA plus Romney's states, possibly FL.

    Replies: @Opinionator

    Why do you think so?

    • Replies: @Bill
    @Opinionator

    Probably he is judging based on the level of hysteria on the other side. Why would they go this crazy if they were winning? Or, that's how the argument goes. I have no idea who's going to win.

    Replies: @bomag

  105. @415 reasons
    This is from Sheryl Sandberg in the new wikileaks referring to Zuckerberg

    He wants to meet folks who can inform his understanding about effective political operations to advance public policy goals on social oriented objectives (like immigration, education or basic scientific research).
     
    What the hell is wrong with these people? How is turning the United States into a third world country full of terrorist muslims philanthropy on a par with funding education or basic scientific research? Frightening how deluded these people are. Doesn't Zuckerberg live in California? Does he ever open his eyes when he's here?

    Replies: @epebble, @Marat

    A plea for the empty mind vessel to be filled

    “Billionaire Seeking Tutors.”

  106. Forget about it. I hope no one thinks he will just go away if he loses.

    I suggest that if Trump loses he will be a bigger thorn in the side of limousine leftists than if he wins.
    The restraints of trying to appear ‘presidential’ will be removed, and then …. oh boy!

    And let’s not forget about the unmentionable …. talk of secession.

    Ouch!

  107. Hillary could order full Reno-vation of Trumps’s headquaters,and still get graciously Oprahised to the Parthenon for the “we -the-wimmin came, we-the-wimmin saw…” routine.

  108. @Anonymous
    @Lurker


    The U.S. military has zero history of such behavior and is a globalist Establishment organ through and through . . . . so far.
     
    Yep, I have experience with this. The military, federal law enforcement, local law enforcement, et al., have a pervading acquiescent PC culture. And the biggest pacifier IMO is the generous salary, benefits, job security, and early retirement. This seems to be the most dominant thought among those in this group. I know a guy who was a military officer in his 20's, a special agent in his 30's and prior to 40 was retired (on disability) and collecting a pension bigger than the average software engineer makes. He was a big Rubio guy.

    Replies: @The preferred nomenclature is..., @Bleuteaux

    Exactly. And that is why you buy stock in Dunkin’ Donuts. If you are in that class of tax-eaters why risk all that gravy on a dindu nuffin’ dysgenic populator (DNDP)?

  109. @Buzz Mohawk

    Does Trump Have a Place of Exile Picked Out?
     
    Do the rest of us?

    Replies: @Flinders Petrie, @Jus' Sayin'..., @JimB, @Tim Howells, @Jus' Sayin'..., @bored identity

    We may not need to. The following are going to be hard for the MSM to ignore entirely:

    look at this: http://www.nationalenquirer.com/celebrity/hillary-clinton-lesbian-sex-claims-vince-foster-fixer/ This is my personal favorite. It will be the elephant in the room at the coming debate. If Hillary brings it up as a smear campaign Trump need only reply that she has three weeks to disprove it while it only took him a week to demolish her smear campaign. Then I hope he’ll finally get around to addressing the issues that can win him the election.

    and this: http://therightscoop.com/watch-new-bombshell-video-just-released-james-okeefe-mass-voter-fraud/

    and this: http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-10-18/wikileaks-releases-another-1894-podesta-emails-part-11-data-dump-total-now-17150

    and this: http://www.lifezette.com/polizette/emails-hillary-needs-podium-speak/

    Trump and his supporters have begun their counter attack. And I suspect that this is only the beginning. The Clinton corruption and incompetence are well known. I’ll bet Trump’s team didn’t have much trouble uncovering verifiable, indisputable material that should put her in prison until she dies.

  110. @Flinders Petrie
    @Wilkey


    If Ted Cruz had been the nominee she might throw Cruz in jail if she won, but Trump has been her favorite foil, and the Republican voters who made him our nominee played right into her hands.

     

    Do you really think that Cruz would have been able to better handle the standard accusations levied at him by Hillary (racist, sexist, xenophobe, homophobe)? Because the exact same playbook would have been used against him, as it has been against every Republican candidate. If they can demonize somebody as goody two shoes as Romney, they can do it to anybody.

    I think the voters who elected Trump realized this (consciously or unconsciously), and chose a brawler who at least would punch back. Better to go down with a fight than with a whimper.

    Replies: @Clyde, @Anon, @Abe, @David In TN

    “Do you really think that Cruz would have been able to better handle the standard accusations levied at him by Hillary (racist, sexist, xenophobe, homophobe)?”

    The cucks, NeverTrumpers, etc don’t understand this year’s left-liberal playbook will be thrown at them in 2020 and ever after if Hillary wins this year. The MSM will assume they won it for Hillary and can do so from now on with the same tactics.

    • Agree: Jim Don Bob, Clyde
    • Replies: @Maj. Kong
    @David In TN

    If an amnesty is passed, the GOP can't win an election ever again. Does anyone really think that Chuck Schumer is going to be generous when it comes to any bill drawn up? Of course not, he will be dictating the terms for unconditional surrender.

    A Clinton victory is the Death of Democracy.

    Trump in November, or Self-Determination in December.

    , @Bugg
    @David In TN

    It's not a Trump problem; it's standard Dem operating procedure. Heck, they savaged Milquetoast Mitt. Who ever is the opponent is going to get savaged. The Bush clan pretends you can stay above the fray, but that's how you lose to Bill Clinton or lose the popular vote to Al Gore. Recall they dropped a DWI arrest on Bush Jr. last week of the campaign.

    Replies: @David In TN

  111. @Hacienda
    White people! You ain't all that. The truthiness of the situation is that POCs don't sweat you.

    Replies: @Kyle a, @fish, @Chrisnonymous, @Father O'Hara, @yaqub the mad scientist, @Olorin, @fredyetagain aka superhonky, @bomag

    I think it’s spelled POX.

  112. @Difference maker
    It is not enough to have capable leaders; we must control the mindscape

    Democracy just means rule by mass media and schooling in this technological age. The great populace doesn't know what it takes to lead - but getting their vote still matters to some extent, and that is the real power base.

    The left had the right of it in going after control of the media and academia - we must do the same. This is the age we live in

    Replies: @Richard Steele

    This is an excellent observation. I can’t agree with you enough.

  113. @Divine Right
    @Wilkey

    "If Ted Cruz had been the nominee she might throw Cruz in jail if she won, but Trump has been her favorite foil"

    Not only would Cruz have lost badly, he would have done so championing an elitist-lite mantra that would have been a great foil for Hillary: tax cuts for the rich, more wars, flax tax, blah blah blah, Russia-be-evil, giving lip service to irrelevant social issues such as abortion and turning people off with religion talk. It amazes me how anyone out there could really think that guy had any chance of winning.

    Replies: @Chrisnonymous, @inertial, @Josh

    I was not a Cruz supporter (as Jack Hanson asserts), but I think he would have been winning. Hillary’s negatives would have been the same, but Cruz wouldn’t have had Trump’s Fact-Checked-Hitler-Octopus problems.

    The thing is, if Cruz had won, we still would have lost.

    • Replies: @Jack Hanson
    @Chrisnonymous

    Bullshit. There would have been insane stories coming out of the woodworks about Cruz, who would have been deserted in short order by the majority of his Rapturists.

    I love how you and the other NeverTrumpers here insist that what they are doing to Trump is somehow not the exact same thing they did to Romney, McCain, and Bush.

    Replies: @Chrisnonymous

  114. @Abe
    @Flinders Petrie

    Sorry, meant to agree with you there; hit the LOL BUTTON instead.

    But yeah, on CNN they were still mocking Romney about his "binders full of women" GOTCHA from 2012 all last month. Cruz is smart, but they would have run that same playbook against him, as FLINDERS said, and he is unlikeable and creepy, and so the charges against him would have subliminally stuck with the distaff part of the electorate. Plus he was a standard issue, MOAR DEFENSE SPENDING, BOMB 'EM TO THE STONE AGE neocon, so what was the point?

    Replies: @guest

    I still don’t understand why “binders full of women” was a thing. Isn’t that exactly what they want: preferential hiring? Wasn’t Romney proposing to do his affirmative duty? Or was the idea that he should have been able to think of women off the top of his head? That seems unlikely. I’m so confused.

    I suppose libs don’t need binders; they just wait for bankers to tell them who to hire.

    • Agree: William Zane
    • Replies: @William Zane
    @guest

    The mind of an Obama supporter is a hard thing to understand. They still haven't apologized to Romney for being tougher on Russia then Obama was, which their Party agrees with now.

    , @Kylie
    @guest

    "I still don’t understand why 'binders full of women' was a thing. Isn’t that exactly what they want: preferential hiring?"

    That's because you're a sensible, rational being. "Binders full of women" is a phrase the distaff side finds depersonalizing (e.g., insufficiently fulsome and groveling).

    Yes, they want preferential hiring. But as in everything else, they don't just want it, they want it the way they want it--or else.

    Remember, women are allowing white men to ask that they accept favors, influence and power they haven't earned and could never earn. The very least white men can do is show that they are aware of the great honor women have condescended to confer upon their unworthy selves.

    Any clearer now?

    , @Bernardista
    @guest

    Because it made him sound comical. Just replace the word 'woman' with any other non-clerical sort of noun, as in binders full of 'cats', 'sloths', 'donuts', etc. It sounds unintentionally droll.

  115. @TheJester
    There is evidence that General Lyman Lemnitzer, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff until JFK fired him, was involved in the Kennedy assassination. He was notorious as a "renegade" general along with General Curtis Lemay.

    According to Wikipedia:

    (As Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff,) Lemnitzer approved the plans known as Operation Northwoods in 1962, a proposed plan to discredit the Castro regime and create support for military action against Cuba by staging false flag acts of terrorism and developing "a Communist Cuban terror campaign in the Miami area.
     
    After firing him, Kennedy gave General Lemnitzer a follow-on assignment as the Supreme Allied Commander in Europe as head of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO). In that capacity, Lemnitzer was in charge of Operation Gladio that involved the assassination of leftist politicians in France, Italy, and other European countries to suppress communist influence within Western Europe ... "the enemy within".

    In 1975, President Ford appointed Lemnitzer to the Commission on CIA Activities within the United States (a.k.a. the Rockefeller Commission) to investigate whether the Central Intelligence Agency had committed acts that violated US laws, and allegations that E. Howard Hunt and Frank Sturgis (of Watergate fame) were involved in the assassination of John F. Kennedy.

    Replies: @guest

    You opened by saying there’s evidence he was involved in the JFK assassination, then presented no such evidence. What is the point of this post?

  116. @bomag
    @The Anti-Gnostic

    It might be instructive to consider Iraq; in some ways the oldest civilization. Political change consists of uniting behind a Strong Man with a militia that can out-duel enough of the other guys to hold some territory.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    “a Strong Man with a militia that can out-duel enough of the other guys to hold some territory.”

    Sounds like Manson’s Helter Skelter.

    Maybe Charlie was just a misunderstood genius ahead of his time???

  117. @Tiny Duck
    Trump (and his supporters) are awful people

    Remember that AZ paper that endorsed Clinton and got all kinds of nasty death threats? The publisher is currently on MSNBC talking about how some of the kids going door to door selling subscriptions are getting guns waved at them because of the endorsement.

    The solution is to send Brock Turner and that affluenza kid to Arizona to sell these newspaper subscriptions.

    In all seriousness, the newspaper's response to the predictable reaction from the knuckle-draggers in their readership is great:


    http://www.azcentral.com/story/opinion/2016/10/16/publisher-response-to-threats-after-republic-endorsement-clinton-trump/92058964/

    Replies: @RadicalCenter, @Tracy, @Olorin

    Provide ONE documented example of a Trump supporter waving a gun at someone because that someone was selling a subscription. Where are the criminal charges, if that is true?

    I call bullshit.

  118. @AP

    Hillary will probably try to put Trump in jail if she’s President, the way Julian Assange got charged with sexual assault.
     
    Why would she be so ungrateful? His candidacy handed her the White House.

    Replies: @Mark F.

    Indeed, she should send him roses and candy. The Trumpkins still don’t get why Trump is hated more than she is.

  119. @Anonymous
    I don't think so, because of the Epstein thing.

    That's why Bill personally urged Donald to enter the race. He knew Donald wouldn't be able to use the Epstein thing against Bill because of Donald's own Epstein thing.

    By the same token, if Hillary wins, she won't go after Donald because Donald can use the Epstein thing against the Clintons.

    There's a mutually assured destruction thing going on here.

    Replies: @Chrisnonymous

    Yeah. I really, really didn’t think Trump was involved in Epstein shenanigans and still don’t believe the 13yo rape charge. However, the only explanation I can see for Trump not using Pedo Island line of attack is that there is dirt out there on him that Dem-donor Epstein could release.

    • Replies: @5371
    @Chrisnonymous

    Or Clinton is wise enough never to be photographed with jailbait. If Epstein had that kind of dirt on everyone, would he have got into trouble?

  120. If Trump loses, I hope he shows up to every public appearance Hillary makes. It would be funny to see Hillary freeze up during her State of the Union addresses because she sees Trump in the audience.

  121. Moshe says:
    @RadicalCenter
    @Flinders Petrie

    Wearing a Trump shirt definitely leads to physical intimidation and ultimately violence against the wearer, here in Los Angeles. No "possibly" about it.

    Yes, I have been stupid / brave enough to wear Trump shirts right here in downtown LA, Hollywood, West Hollywood, North Hollywood, Culver City, and even bizarre Christian-hating bigoted Santa Monica.

    I have been spit at and threatened -- with my small children right there -- and one "man" even asked my wife whether she wanted to leave her "fascist dick" husband and get a real man (presumably him, since a real man goes around frightening and embarrassing women and children, as we all know).

    Visiting family in New Jersey, I had a large fat slovenly "man" accost me in a pizza parlor (good old Secaucus), bump me with his chest and gut, curse and scream at me in the middle of the restaurant, make lewd comments to my wife, and DIRECTLY THREATEN MY CHILDREN. The owner did nothing, nor did any of the other customers. With these kind of pussies being the "good " people, evil bullies will certainly grow even bolder and more aggressive.

    I'm going to wear the shirt again. I'm an American and a man. Fuck 'em.

    Replies: @Moshe, @rod1963, @Lot

    A few years back when the Zimmerman business was coming to a head I was in a 100% black bar in Miami singing American Pie karaoke.

    Whenever I sing on stage, in any capacity, I tend to spontaneously throw in humorous lyrics as God inspires. In this instance, near the end of the song I belted out:

    “…And the three men I admire most — George Zimmerman, George Zimmerman and George Zi-mmer-man…”

    Now I was the only white guy in the place was a tad concerned whether the shit would hit the fan but they were totally cool and admired my balls for doing it. In fact, a gaggle of belly-laughing girls came over to me after I stepped off the stage and couldn’t stop laughing at how funny it was that I did it.

    Generally, at social gatherings, blacks are pretty awesome. Provided there are no whites around. With terrified/fawning crackers around you say the N word or otherwise talk race the way I do and blacks get violent fast.

  122. @Hacienda
    White people! You ain't all that. The truthiness of the situation is that POCs don't sweat you.

    Replies: @Kyle a, @fish, @Chrisnonymous, @Father O'Hara, @yaqub the mad scientist, @Olorin, @fredyetagain aka superhonky, @bomag

    POCs, you’re funny dude. Hey did you happen to hear whether Hazard Grande firebombed any more black families in the Ramona Gardens project this week? POCs …. HAHAHAHAHA

  123. @Buzz Mohawk

    Does Trump Have a Place of Exile Picked Out?
     
    Do the rest of us?

    Replies: @Flinders Petrie, @Jus' Sayin'..., @JimB, @Tim Howells, @Jus' Sayin'..., @bored identity

    Y’all putzers in this game;

    The Eye of Sauron Jr. is salivating over your retinal scans, as we speak.

  124. At last, a candidate who can compete with Putin.

    Now we know Hillary can say: “I’ve eaten as much pussy as Putin!”

  125. @dearieme
    Will Trump be jailed before Hellary is impeached? Is anyone offering odds?

    Replies: @George

    Will Trump be jailed before Hellary is impeached? Is anyone offering odds? Try Paddy Power

    Irish bookies already paying out $1M to people who bet Hillary Clinton would win

    http://www.cbc.ca/beta/news/business/paddy-power-presidential-betting-1.3810006

  126. @Hacienda
    @Steve Sailer

    Here's a commentator who sees patterns in Trump:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BIHXhs7rYps

    Replies: @bored identity, @bomag, @William Zane

    Jesus, Mary and Joseph, and all minor Saints:

    ELEVEN MINUTES AND FIFTY SIX SECONDS!

    But, now I finally know that I KNOW THIS MAN:

    Now,I’m with HER. Totally.

    Thank you Keith!

    • Replies: @Hacienda
    @bored identity

    I'm sick of Trump. November 28th. That day can't come soon enough.

  127. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    Steve, you’re the guy who likes digging into the data, the crosstabs. Anyone numerate can see we’re being flooded with push polls.

    The polls are either

    1. Skewed hard to dems
    2. Skewed hard to women
    3. Skewed hard to youth (online)

    Trump has them panicking. Why are they panicking if Trump is surely going to lose?

  128. Assange is a dickhead anyway. The victims in this case became victims after they met by accident and found out they both had been snaked by the Julian snake.

    They wanted to report him for sexual attack, and they went to the police. The state prosecutor thought it in no way sounded like an attack. The press got in on it, and the police was ordered to interview Assange, who was still in Sweden. The state prosecutor read trough the interview, and found no reasonable grounds to detain Assange. Assange flew to London. By now the press had seen to that the dicked ladies had attorneys, and the prosecutor changed tje charge to possible rape. A new interview was set up, but Assange wouldn’t come.

    Even if the ladies here are sluts (which they are), Assange shows that he thinks he is some kind of a superstar (the Ecuadorean embassy staff say he is a megalomaniac), which he is not.

    Of all things Hillaryan, this is not that.

  129. @Lot
    Towheaded Dutch schoolchildren: Ready For Eurabia!

    http://imgur.com/a/ZJtS3

    Replies: @Anon7, @International Jew, @Josh, @Anonymous, @Josh, @Bill, @Perspective, @Jenner Ickham Errican

    Oh, just look at the sh*t-eating grins of those flabby 40-something Dutch school marms. They’re probably singing some version of whorefinder’s video from Fiddler on the Roof in their little heads.

    Global elites, please look though your book,
    And make me a perfect match!

  130. @Mr. Anon
    @The Anti-Gnostic

    "BTW, how long is Assange going to live in a single building? How long is the Ecuadorean government willing to feed him?"

    It's not like one extra mouth to feed is a big burden. Embassies are full of people who have no particularly important job anyway. If they bounce him, it is because of pressure brought to bear on Ecuador by the US Goverment.

    By the way, why is everyone now saying "Ecuadorean". It used to be "Ecuadoran". Is this some new status-signalling affect from NPR - like the obsessive R-rolling and glottal accenting in "Nicaragua"?

    Replies: @res, @Antonymous, @(((Owen)))

    I’ve noticed NPR bungles the names of US ‘enemies.’ ‘Friendly’ Pok-ee-stahn vs. Aaf-gaan-i-staan. Eye-raack in the buildup and Saad-em. Now Eye-raan more frequently, and of course Crime-eee-yuh (should be short i Crim). So yeah, look out Ecuador when NPR begins the yahoo mispronunciations.

  131. Hillary won’t go after Trump for the very simple reason that he will be extremely useful in splitting the GOP apart. If Trump does lose, it will be in large part because he was betrayed by the GOP. I can totally see Trump playing spoiler and even running as a third party candidate in 2020 just to stick it to Ryan and the GOPe. And frankly, I wouldn’t blame him and neither would a lot of people. The GOPe made a YUGE mistake in betraying him. He has tremendous support and many voters will never forgive the GOPe for what it did, even if it means continuous one-party Democrazi rule for years to come (after all what’s the difference?).

  132. Steve, Steve, Steve. Tell me you’re not giving up hope, man. Keep on pushing forward. Remember, probably most of the “undecideds” will likely turn out to be Trump supporters since the system forces people to keep it on the DL.

  133. @Anonymous
    @Lurker


    The U.S. military has zero history of such behavior and is a globalist Establishment organ through and through . . . . so far.
     
    Yep, I have experience with this. The military, federal law enforcement, local law enforcement, et al., have a pervading acquiescent PC culture. And the biggest pacifier IMO is the generous salary, benefits, job security, and early retirement. This seems to be the most dominant thought among those in this group. I know a guy who was a military officer in his 20's, a special agent in his 30's and prior to 40 was retired (on disability) and collecting a pension bigger than the average software engineer makes. He was a big Rubio guy.

    Replies: @The preferred nomenclature is..., @Bleuteaux

    Yes. All the Republicans in government that I know we’re huge Rubio supporters. And all the Republicans in industries (eg law) with massive barriers to entry.

  134. @Flinders Petrie
    @Nns

    True, I've seen a lot of tweets from young millennials lamenting an argument they had with their misguided parents who, shockingly, support the Next Hitler.

    Replies: @Jim Christian, @Jay Fink

    Oh yeah! Got that going now. I’m the one that supports the Next Hitler.

  135. @RadicalCenter
    @Flinders Petrie

    Wearing a Trump shirt definitely leads to physical intimidation and ultimately violence against the wearer, here in Los Angeles. No "possibly" about it.

    Yes, I have been stupid / brave enough to wear Trump shirts right here in downtown LA, Hollywood, West Hollywood, North Hollywood, Culver City, and even bizarre Christian-hating bigoted Santa Monica.

    I have been spit at and threatened -- with my small children right there -- and one "man" even asked my wife whether she wanted to leave her "fascist dick" husband and get a real man (presumably him, since a real man goes around frightening and embarrassing women and children, as we all know).

    Visiting family in New Jersey, I had a large fat slovenly "man" accost me in a pizza parlor (good old Secaucus), bump me with his chest and gut, curse and scream at me in the middle of the restaurant, make lewd comments to my wife, and DIRECTLY THREATEN MY CHILDREN. The owner did nothing, nor did any of the other customers. With these kind of pussies being the "good " people, evil bullies will certainly grow even bolder and more aggressive.

    I'm going to wear the shirt again. I'm an American and a man. Fuck 'em.

    Replies: @Moshe, @rod1963, @Lot

    30 years ago you could have kicked their asses for that. Then again it would have never have happened.

    The point is, it shows how bad things have gone for conservative whites. We are at the bottom with little recourse.

    Polite political discourse is almost dead. But I should have seen it coming back when Prop 13 and later Prop 187 were being promoted and public school teachers were gaslighting their students to oppose them and tell their parents to oppose it. It was clear even back then, the Left never wanted honest and open discussion.

    Now it’s getting very third world in terms of politics, it’s persuasion at the end of a first or implied violence or legions of highly paid agitators and manipulators via a news media that has more in common with Pravda than anything else.

    For those in the alt-right and Trump blogosphere, they will be finished if Hillary wins. I cannot imagine she’ll tolerate these organs spouting hate facts and the like any longer.

  136. @Lot
    Towheaded Dutch schoolchildren: Ready For Eurabia!

    http://imgur.com/a/ZJtS3

    Replies: @Anon7, @International Jew, @Josh, @Anonymous, @Josh, @Bill, @Perspective, @Jenner Ickham Errican

    What the heck is that??

    • Replies: @Lot
    @International Jew

    Dutch children on some sort of Mosque field trip.

    Replies: @International Jew

  137. If Trump does go into exile, I hope he picks a weak and insignificant country. I’d sooner see HRC go to war with Liechtenstein than with Russia.

  138. @Mike Sylwester
    It's too bad that tourists no longer can go up to the top of the Old Post Office to look down on Washington DC. I used to live in Washington DC, and I always took my out-of-town visitors to see that view.

    Also, the food kiosks on the ground floor sold delicious, reasonably cheap food. It was a good place to sit down and eat lunch during a day of walking around the mall.

    Replies: @Harry Baldwin

    Now you’ll be able to get the best taco bowls there.

  139. • Replies: @Flinders Petrie
    @newrouter

    My repulsion of seeing the words 'naked Hillary' overrides my curiosity to click that link. Can you please describe what happens?

  140. Diversity training for Dutch schoolchildren.

  141. @PiltdownMan
    He should buy up the properties around the Clinton compound in Chappaqua, plant himself there and make a media spectacle of it if they come for him. And instruct his property manager to be the worst neighbor possible if they take him away.

    Replies: @Kylie, @Forbes, @Harry Baldwin

    I doubt the Chappaqua compound is particularly important to the Clintons. If Hillary survives her presidency she might want to retire to Beverly Hills or Manhattan.

    • Replies: @PiltdownMan
    @Harry Baldwin


    I doubt the Chappaqua compound is particularly important to the Clintons.
     
    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-politics/wp/2016/09/22/bill-and-hillary-clinton-buy-the-house-next-door-their-third-1-million-manse/

    [September 22, 2016 -] The couple have purchased a home next door to their primary residence in Chappaqua, N.Y., according to real estate records. That makes three homes worth north of $1 million owned by the Clintons, including a stately mansion near the British Embassy in Washington that Clinton used when she was a senator.

    The new house was purchased in August for $1,160,000, according to tax and real estate records.
     

    They may be planning to make it a second residence similar to that which a number of recent presidents have had, in the event Hillary is elected. Or perhaps to make it a bachelor pad for Bill, who might actually not relish the prospect of hanging around the White House as the Not-President.
  142. @Tiny Duck
    Trump (and his supporters) are awful people

    Remember that AZ paper that endorsed Clinton and got all kinds of nasty death threats? The publisher is currently on MSNBC talking about how some of the kids going door to door selling subscriptions are getting guns waved at them because of the endorsement.

    The solution is to send Brock Turner and that affluenza kid to Arizona to sell these newspaper subscriptions.

    In all seriousness, the newspaper's response to the predictable reaction from the knuckle-draggers in their readership is great:


    http://www.azcentral.com/story/opinion/2016/10/16/publisher-response-to-threats-after-republic-endorsement-clinton-trump/92058964/

    Replies: @RadicalCenter, @Tracy, @Olorin

    Man, they’re really out in force today! LOL See this to see how they have their paid instigators out all over the internet to swarm fora like this one.

  143. I certainly hope that Trump has someplace picked out. I’m listening to an NPR discussion of whether Trump’s assertion that media is organized against him is true. I’m not surprised that the NYTimes guy turned his statement on the topic into a thorough Trump-bashing. Amazing.

    Even the other guy, supposedly a conservative, is an academic and his “conservative” outlook is as far left as you can get and still be to the right of Hillary.

    What a horror show. We still have to do everything we can to support Trump and hope that most people just don’t watch the media.

  144. @Divine Right
    @Wilkey

    "If Ted Cruz had been the nominee she might throw Cruz in jail if she won, but Trump has been her favorite foil"

    Not only would Cruz have lost badly, he would have done so championing an elitist-lite mantra that would have been a great foil for Hillary: tax cuts for the rich, more wars, flax tax, blah blah blah, Russia-be-evil, giving lip service to irrelevant social issues such as abortion and turning people off with religion talk. It amazes me how anyone out there could really think that guy had any chance of winning.

    Replies: @Chrisnonymous, @inertial, @Josh

    Cruz is a smart guy and he might have run a smart general election campaign. However…his face…

    • Replies: @JVO
    @inertial

    It's not so much his face as it is his voice. And I don't know how smart anyone is who thinks he can run for president with that weird wuss, preacher guy inflection.

    Replies: @guest

  145. @Divine Right
    @Wilkey

    "If Ted Cruz had been the nominee she might throw Cruz in jail if she won, but Trump has been her favorite foil"

    Not only would Cruz have lost badly, he would have done so championing an elitist-lite mantra that would have been a great foil for Hillary: tax cuts for the rich, more wars, flax tax, blah blah blah, Russia-be-evil, giving lip service to irrelevant social issues such as abortion and turning people off with religion talk. It amazes me how anyone out there could really think that guy had any chance of winning.

    Replies: @Chrisnonymous, @inertial, @Josh

    Did abortion stop happening?

  146. @Lot
    Towheaded Dutch schoolchildren: Ready For Eurabia!

    http://imgur.com/a/ZJtS3

    Replies: @Anon7, @International Jew, @Josh, @Anonymous, @Josh, @Bill, @Perspective, @Jenner Ickham Errican

    Wow. Now I’m angry.

  147. 1613431

    Oh but Tiny Duck gets a pass every time . Tell me Sailer are you ashamed of your racist , homophobic , Anti – Semitic White Nationalist supporters ? Well to tell the truth I expect you to support us .

  148. I don’t know if I accept the whole premise here. Is this actually being rumored, or is it just something Steve has imagined?

  149. @David In TN
    @Flinders Petrie

    "Do you really think that Cruz would have been able to better handle the standard accusations levied at him by Hillary (racist, sexist, xenophobe, homophobe)?"

    The cucks, NeverTrumpers, etc don't understand this year's left-liberal playbook will be thrown at them in 2020 and ever after if Hillary wins this year. The MSM will assume they won it for Hillary and can do so from now on with the same tactics.

    Replies: @Maj. Kong, @Bugg

    If an amnesty is passed, the GOP can’t win an election ever again. Does anyone really think that Chuck Schumer is going to be generous when it comes to any bill drawn up? Of course not, he will be dictating the terms for unconditional surrender.

    A Clinton victory is the Death of Democracy.

    Trump in November, or Self-Determination in December.

  150. @PiltdownMan

    So far everybody is abiding by the agreement that we’ll duke it out at the polls instead of in the streets but how long will that last?
     

    Maybe neither at the polls nor in the streets but instead in the workplace. Losing a job during the McCarthy era was a very real prospect for ordinary Americans who were deemed ideologically suspect. Aside from the high profile cases in Hollywood and the media, regular folk lost their jobs silently in the American corporate workplace simply because of a rumor that had followed them into work.

    If Hillary wins, expect at least some Trump sympathizers to lose jobs, and not just in government.

    Replies: @L Woods, @Mr. Anon, @Forbes, @Bill

    communist screenwriters = ordinary Americans

  151. Trump should ask Hillary when she proclaims her vast travels: “Did you record which ones that do not have extradition treaties with U.S.?”

  152. Jack Hanson says:
    @Chrisnonymous
    @Divine Right

    I was not a Cruz supporter (as Jack Hanson asserts), but I think he would have been winning. Hillary's negatives would have been the same, but Cruz wouldn't have had Trump's Fact-Checked-Hitler-Octopus problems.

    The thing is, if Cruz had won, we still would have lost.

    Replies: @Jack Hanson

    Bullshit. There would have been insane stories coming out of the woodworks about Cruz, who would have been deserted in short order by the majority of his Rapturists.

    I love how you and the other NeverTrumpers here insist that what they are doing to Trump is somehow not the exact same thing they did to Romney, McCain, and Bush.

    • Replies: @Chrisnonymous
    @Jack Hanson

    Yes, it's the same, but the effects are different. In case you don't recall, Bush won twice. McCain lost because of a combo of Obama's black magic and his own faults as a candidate. Likewise, Romney was a pretty weak candidate up against the magic negro.

    Hillary is a very, very weak candidate and could have tipped over by someone as weak as Romney, maybe as weak as MCCain.

    Also, you've switched from calling me a Cruz supporter to calling me a NeverTrumper, but that's not true either.

    Replies: @Jefferson

  153. @Wilkey
    Why would Hillary throw Trump in jail? If Ted Cruz had been the nominee she might throw Cruz in jail if she won, but Trump has been her favorite foil, and the Republican voters who made him our nominee played right into her hands.

    No, in America politicians seldom abuse their power to throw their politic enemies in jail. Far more often they use their powers to keep their allies *out* of jail, which is a power far more significant - see: the 15 million illegals (plus their spawn) living here because our "leaders" have refused to do jack shit; see: the wave of pardons that Obama will issue sometime between election day and January 20, a wave which, of course, doesn't include hundreds or even thousands of his political allies who aren't in jail to begin with though they should be, like Herbert and Marion Sandler, Lois Lerner, and Hillary herself.

    Replies: @Flinders Petrie, @Divine Right, @Bill

    Cruz couldn’t have beaten Jeb.

    • Replies: @Jefferson
    @Bill

    "Cruz couldn’t have beaten Jeb."

    Ted Cruz was beating Jeb Bush in the polls quite easily during the GOP primaries.

    Republican voters thought 3 Bush presidents in less than 30 years was too much Bush.

    Republicans on average do not like political dynasties as much as Democrats do. Hence why for the vast majority of Democrats there is no such thing as too much Clinton fatigue. They chose another Clinton again over Bernie Sanders who was more politically fresh and new.

  154. @Opinionator
    @Economic Sophisms

    Why do you think so?

    Replies: @Bill

    Probably he is judging based on the level of hysteria on the other side. Why would they go this crazy if they were winning? Or, that’s how the argument goes. I have no idea who’s going to win.

    • Replies: @bomag
    @Bill


    judging based on the level of hysteria on the other side
     
    I suspect that the Dems see that they can win with enough turnout, but they are worried this might be the reverse of 2012: the safe, staid Hillary (by Dem standards) will be Romney-like in not bringing people out; while the new! exciting! Donald gets his side to the polls.
  155. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @Lot
    Towheaded Dutch schoolchildren: Ready For Eurabia!

    http://imgur.com/a/ZJtS3

    Replies: @Anon7, @International Jew, @Josh, @Anonymous, @Josh, @Bill, @Perspective, @Jenner Ickham Errican

    14th Century AD- The Ottomans begin to create a Janissary soldier corps comprised of enslaved Christian European boys, to fight for Muslim gain in battles often against European countries.

    20th Century AD- An elaborate scheme to brainwash children with liberal propaganda is initiated in the West.

    21st Century AD- Janissary corps are created anew in the West, this time voluntarily by brainwashed Western liberals, using Western children forced to go to liberal indoctrination schools. These children will go on to defend the rights of Muslims to invade and conquer their own country.

  156. @Lot
    Towheaded Dutch schoolchildren: Ready For Eurabia!

    http://imgur.com/a/ZJtS3

    Replies: @Anon7, @International Jew, @Josh, @Anonymous, @Josh, @Bill, @Perspective, @Jenner Ickham Errican

    Wow. Now I’m angry.

  157. @res
    @Mr. Anon


    By the way, why is everyone now saying “Ecuadorean”. It used to be “Ecuadoran”.
     
    Ecuadorian is also used (and dominates in books). Some data below.

    Google ngrams show Ecuadorean and Ecuadoran being similar frequency over the years except for the spike in the 30s and 40s where Ecuadorean was heavily favored (Ecuadorian is highest frequency throughout):
    https://books.google.com/ngrams/graph?content=Ecuadorean%2CEcuadoran%2CEcuadorian&year_start=1900&year_end=2008&corpus=15&smoothing=3&share=&direct_url=t1%3B%2CEcuadorean%3B%2Cc0%3B.t1%3B%2CEcuadoran%3B%2Cc0%3B.t1%3B%2CEcuadorian%3B%2Cc0

    The NYT has used all three over the years, but now favors Ecuadorean :
    http://chronicle.nytlabs.com/?keyword=Ecuadorean.Ecuadoran.Ecuadorian

    By any chance did you learn the word Ecuadoran in the 70s? That seems to be when it was most used.

    I don't think I am aware of any other words with three alternate spellings all of which are used (e.g. in the NYT).

    Replies: @TontoBubbaGoldstein

    I don’t think I am aware of any other words with three alternate spellings all of which are used (e.g. in the NYT)…

    Well, there is the “We came, we saw, he died” guy.

    • Replies: @res
    @TontoBubbaGoldstein

    Good point. This link gives 112 different spellings for his name!
    http://www.westword.com/news/top-112-spellings-of-moammar-gadhafi-or-gaddafi-or-qaddafi-or-kadafi-5875642

    Here are some of the popular ones in Google ngrams and the NYT Chronicle:
    https://books.google.com/ngrams/graph?content=Gaddafi%2CQaddafi%2CGathafi%2CKadafi%2CGadafy&year_start=1970&year_end=2008&corpus=15&smoothing=3&share=&direct_url=t1%3B%2CGaddafi%3B%2Cc0%3B.t1%3B%2CQaddafi%3B%2Cc0%3B.t1%3B%2CKadafi%3B%2Cc0%3B.t1%3B%2CGadafy%3B%2Cc0
    https://books.google.com/ngrams/graph?content=Gaddafi%2CQaddafi%2CGathafi%2CKadafi%2CGadafy&year_start=1970&year_end=2008&corpus=15&smoothing=3&share=&direct_url=t1%3B%2CGaddafi%3B%2Cc0%3B.t1%3B%2CQaddafi%3B%2Cc0%3B.t1%3B%2CKadafi%3B%2Cc0%3B.t1%3B%2CGadafy%3B%2Cc0

    Of those four, "Qaddafi" appears to be the winner.

  158. @Lot
    Towheaded Dutch schoolchildren: Ready For Eurabia!

    http://imgur.com/a/ZJtS3

    Replies: @Anon7, @International Jew, @Josh, @Anonymous, @Josh, @Bill, @Perspective, @Jenner Ickham Errican

    You know we do that in America, too, right?

    For example, several years ago seventh-graders at a San Francisco-area school were required to “become Muslims” for two full weeks as part of California’s world history curriculum. This included professing as “true” the Muslim belief that “The Holy Quran is God’s word,” reciting the Muslim profession of faith — “Allah is the only true God and Muhammad is his messenger” —and chanting “Praise be to Allah.” . . .

    Yet, in 2006, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in California dismissed a case brought by outraged parents even though Supreme Court decisions have kept religion out of public schools for decades. In a brief memorandum opinion, the appeals court concluded that the activities did not constitute “overt religious activities that raise Establishment Clause concerns.” The Supreme Court apparently forgot its own precedents when it refused to take an appeal from the 9th Circuit decision.

    The link is complete with nearly identical picture.

    • Replies: @Ivy
    @Bill

    Muslim for days in Baghdad by the Bay. Why do parents tolerate that when American culture is denigrated and all other traces of religion, whether history-related or other, are proscribed?

    My kids were fortunate to have gone through K-12 in SoCal so they didn't have that hyper-PC curriculum. There was a conventional middle school Renaissance Faire, where all the kids dressed in costume, learned about trades, Leonardo da Vinci and other influential personages, but it was refreshingly non-PC.

    Replies: @guest

  159. @Lot
    @Lurker


    The U.S. military has zero history of such behavior and is a globalist Establishment organ through and through
     
    Yes unfortunately that's right. The NatSec complex is heavily GOPe Jew and Mormon, and we know how they feel about Trump.

    Also most American generals have been awash in PC and promoted on that basis and/or are waiting to retire and take a $700,000 a year no-show job with a giant defense contractor.

    We can whine about the awful Neocons and Jews controlling America, or we can pick our battles and not try to take on the giant NatSec complex in favor of more important issues, like stopping the rapid demographic replacement and huge tax drain of third world migrants.

    In the end, all the NatSec complex really wants is 6% or so of GDP. That's not unreasonably high by historical measures. I'd like to see the worst of the Bushies and neo-cons purged, but even that is negotiable in my view. Losing Vietnam kept us out of large land wars in Asia for thirty years. Hopefully losing Iraq will do the same until ~2040.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Bill

    The NatSec complex is heavily Jew? Link?

  160. @L Woods
    @Detective Club

    This will never happen in the United States. The U.S. military has zero history of such behavior and is a globalist Establishment organ through and through.

    Replies: @Lurker, @Desiderius, @Jus' Sayin'..., @Heisenberg, @Neoconned, @Charles Erwin Wilson

    You know…..the thought of a junta coup or something of that sort hit me about a yr ago, maybe 2….2014 I think.

    I was listening to Carlins monologue about “the real owners of America” – and I said “ya fuck it, they’re gonna send in the tanks”

  161. @Lot
    Towheaded Dutch schoolchildren: Ready For Eurabia!

    http://imgur.com/a/ZJtS3

    Replies: @Anon7, @International Jew, @Josh, @Anonymous, @Josh, @Bill, @Perspective, @Jenner Ickham Errican

    What the hell is going on with the world? Worst of all are the “teachers” grinning like a group of Cheshire cats in the background.

  162. @Diversity Heretic
    Another sign of the increasing "Banana Republic" nature of the United States is that losing candidates may face jail. Trump is probably even more vulnerable than most people, given his business interests (e.g., endless tax audits and regulatory investigations; even freezing of assets). Trump probably does have a bolt hole (given Melania's origins, Slovenia is a good bet), but what a shame that this even has to be discussed.

    Replies: @Coemgen, @Altai, @Mark Eugenikos

    Slovenia is gorgeous; Alps, seashore, and old castles. Practically no colorful diversity to speak of. Still, I hope he won’t need it.

  163. @Lot
    Towheaded Dutch schoolchildren: Ready For Eurabia!

    http://imgur.com/a/ZJtS3

    Replies: @Anon7, @International Jew, @Josh, @Anonymous, @Josh, @Bill, @Perspective, @Jenner Ickham Errican

    How cute! I remember hide-and-seek. Which little cherub will find the suicide bomber hiding in the playroom? Seriously, though, when the Supreme Caliphate of Orange is officially established those women are in big trouble for mixing boys and girls in prayer.

  164. @newrouter
    more lol:

    Naked Hillary Statue Causes Fight in Manhattan

    http://legalinsurrection.com/2016/10/naked-hillary-statue-causes-fight-in-manhattan/#more-188252

    Replies: @Flinders Petrie

    My repulsion of seeing the words ‘naked Hillary’ overrides my curiosity to click that link. Can you please describe what happens?

  165. @David In TN
    @Flinders Petrie

    "Do you really think that Cruz would have been able to better handle the standard accusations levied at him by Hillary (racist, sexist, xenophobe, homophobe)?"

    The cucks, NeverTrumpers, etc don't understand this year's left-liberal playbook will be thrown at them in 2020 and ever after if Hillary wins this year. The MSM will assume they won it for Hillary and can do so from now on with the same tactics.

    Replies: @Maj. Kong, @Bugg

    It’s not a Trump problem; it’s standard Dem operating procedure. Heck, they savaged Milquetoast Mitt. Who ever is the opponent is going to get savaged. The Bush clan pretends you can stay above the fray, but that’s how you lose to Bill Clinton or lose the popular vote to Al Gore. Recall they dropped a DWI arrest on Bush Jr. last week of the campaign.

    • Replies: @David In TN
    @Bugg

    When Bush Jr.'s DWI arrest was leaked late in the 2000 campaign, the NRO types wondered why Bush Jr. was dumb enough to think it wouldn't come out. They were surprised Bush didn't have the brains to mention it several months earlier, thus negating it.

  166. @International Jew
    @Lot

    What the heck is that??

    Replies: @Lot

    Dutch children on some sort of Mosque field trip.

    • Replies: @International Jew
    @Lot

    Where'd you find it?

    Replies: @Lot

  167. I hear Saint Helena is nice. I’d recommend against Elba.

    • LOL: BB753
    • Replies: @guest
    @sflicht

    I wish he would go to Elba, then we'd get 100 good days out of him.

  168. @Bill

    Muslim for days in Baghdad by the Bay. Why do parents tolerate that when American culture is denigrated and all other traces of religion, whether history-related or other, are proscribed?

    My kids were fortunate to have gone through K-12 in SoCal so they didn’t have that hyper-PC curriculum. There was a conventional middle school Renaissance Faire, where all the kids dressed in costume, learned about trades, Leonardo da Vinci and other influential personages, but it was refreshingly non-PC.

    • Replies: @guest
    @Ivy

    There's a Renaissance Fair in my hometown, too. Mostly it exists for cleavage. Women apparently think Europe of 1350 to 1620 was full of sexy, post-apocalyptic pirates.

    There were also giant pickles and turkey legs.

    Replies: @Lurker, @Chrisnonymous

  169. @The Anti-Gnostic
    This election really seems to be a benchmark for internal contradictions coming to a head. The liberal-urban-socialist and traditional-rural-capitalist worldviews are completely incompatible (a polite way of saying they hate each other and wish the other were dead), and a lot of ethno-cultural fault lines are being revealed as well. So far everybody is abiding by the agreement that we'll duke it out at the polls instead of in the streets but how long will that last? If Trump really is Hitler, then inevitably some of our many not-terribly-stable citizens will lash out violently. And if Hillary wins and starts passing hate speech legislation and confiscating "assault weapons" and laying out the immigrant welcome mat, then bourgeois and proletarian whites will face an awful dilemma: break the democratic compact, or be doomed to permanent second-class status.

    The system has a lot of credibility and (I think) prosperity left, so if Hillary gets elected I don't see whites breaking out their rifles (I think). But given her history she is bound to provoke a financial, social or martial crisis, or all three at once. And if Trump gets elected, and really is Hitler, why wouldn't the Left Coast just try and secede?

    Replies: @Flinders Petrie, @Opinionator, @Alfred1860, @Sunbeam, @Desiderius, @Eustace Tilley (not), @bomag, @Boomstick, @AnotherDad, @Corvinus

    One wrinkle in this is that the regime credibility or validity has to be accepted nearly universally by the ruled. If 25% of the population thinks they’re unfairly getting the shaft, in either society as a whole or in elections in particular, that’s big trouble. In this election in particular the elites seem to be making a point of demonstrating how little regard they have for basic fairness or respecting limits on policies directed at the democratically vanquished.

    It’s really astonishing how little regard the media has for their own brand value, and how unmoored political elites have come from unwritten political limits.

  170. @L Woods
    @Detective Club

    This will never happen in the United States. The U.S. military has zero history of such behavior and is a globalist Establishment organ through and through.

    Replies: @Lurker, @Desiderius, @Jus' Sayin'..., @Heisenberg, @Neoconned, @Charles Erwin Wilson

    The U.S. military has zero history of such behavior and is a globalist Establishment organ…

    The US Military’s values are based on honor, and they take an oath to the Constitution (not Barak Profane Obama). Their values are not the values of the idiots running the country. If you think the Military’s political leadership determines their actions you are too far removed from their essential characteristics to understand them. With the right leadership they will take our side. With the wrong leadership needless blood will be shed, and then they will take our side.

    • Replies: @dfordoom
    @Charles Erwin Wilson


    The US Military’s values are based on honor
     
    Can you give an example of an occasion when the US Military chose the path of honour?
  171. @RadicalCenter
    @Flinders Petrie

    Wearing a Trump shirt definitely leads to physical intimidation and ultimately violence against the wearer, here in Los Angeles. No "possibly" about it.

    Yes, I have been stupid / brave enough to wear Trump shirts right here in downtown LA, Hollywood, West Hollywood, North Hollywood, Culver City, and even bizarre Christian-hating bigoted Santa Monica.

    I have been spit at and threatened -- with my small children right there -- and one "man" even asked my wife whether she wanted to leave her "fascist dick" husband and get a real man (presumably him, since a real man goes around frightening and embarrassing women and children, as we all know).

    Visiting family in New Jersey, I had a large fat slovenly "man" accost me in a pizza parlor (good old Secaucus), bump me with his chest and gut, curse and scream at me in the middle of the restaurant, make lewd comments to my wife, and DIRECTLY THREATEN MY CHILDREN. The owner did nothing, nor did any of the other customers. With these kind of pussies being the "good " people, evil bullies will certainly grow even bolder and more aggressive.

    I'm going to wear the shirt again. I'm an American and a man. Fuck 'em.

    Replies: @Moshe, @rod1963, @Lot

    Man sounds like you micro-aggress hundreds of people a day with your t-shirt.

  172. @The Anti-Gnostic
    This election really seems to be a benchmark for internal contradictions coming to a head. The liberal-urban-socialist and traditional-rural-capitalist worldviews are completely incompatible (a polite way of saying they hate each other and wish the other were dead), and a lot of ethno-cultural fault lines are being revealed as well. So far everybody is abiding by the agreement that we'll duke it out at the polls instead of in the streets but how long will that last? If Trump really is Hitler, then inevitably some of our many not-terribly-stable citizens will lash out violently. And if Hillary wins and starts passing hate speech legislation and confiscating "assault weapons" and laying out the immigrant welcome mat, then bourgeois and proletarian whites will face an awful dilemma: break the democratic compact, or be doomed to permanent second-class status.

    The system has a lot of credibility and (I think) prosperity left, so if Hillary gets elected I don't see whites breaking out their rifles (I think). But given her history she is bound to provoke a financial, social or martial crisis, or all three at once. And if Trump gets elected, and really is Hitler, why wouldn't the Left Coast just try and secede?

    Replies: @Flinders Petrie, @Opinionator, @Alfred1860, @Sunbeam, @Desiderius, @Eustace Tilley (not), @bomag, @Boomstick, @AnotherDad, @Corvinus

    And if Trump gets elected, and really is Hitler, why wouldn’t the Left Coast just try and secede?

    ???

    I’ll grant you the left coast isn’t the WallStreet-Washington East Coast–they actually have a productive industry–IT. But in general the whole point of the Democratic party–“United Parasites!”–is that they want to milk the white cow while berating it and keeping it from being able to make decisions for itself. Secession is a horrible thought as the left would be in dire straits, while the enemy flyover country whites could would have zero problems getting their country up and running with the parasitic burden considerably lifted.

  173. @inertial
    @Divine Right

    Cruz is a smart guy and he might have run a smart general election campaign. However...his face...

    Replies: @JVO

    It’s not so much his face as it is his voice. And I don’t know how smart anyone is who thinks he can run for president with that weird wuss, preacher guy inflection.

    • Replies: @guest
    @JVO

    Cruz is a bad actor. His pauses are all wrong. Not as bad as Hillary, who is unable to mimic human emotions. But I'd take non-actors over hams in a lot of cases.

    Replies: @Jefferson

  174. @Hacienda
    @Steve Sailer

    Here's a commentator who sees patterns in Trump:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BIHXhs7rYps

    Replies: @bored identity, @bomag, @William Zane

    In another time and place, Olbermann would be excellent with a holy book in his hand and a fearful flock upon which he could run “game”. He can channel intense emotion into verbal exhortation with all the proper flourishes.

    Here, though, he is just the usual leftist A-hole, claiming more insight, more humanity, more caring, blah blah blah; and warning that the wrong candidate will shred the Constitution and explode the deficit while we burn in a secular Hell, so we should heed his secular fatwah or else he will call us more names.

    • Replies: @Hacienda
    @bomag

    Trump's blown up his campaign. Had he simply admitted his mistakes and stayed on policy, he might still have a chance with the most historically unpopular Democratic candidate in all history.

    Alt-right, Breitbart has embraced idiocracy and now uses Trump as kamikaze sacrifice.
    When this thing's over, Trump is done. The useful idiot is kicked to the curb.

  175. @Bugg
    @David In TN

    It's not a Trump problem; it's standard Dem operating procedure. Heck, they savaged Milquetoast Mitt. Who ever is the opponent is going to get savaged. The Bush clan pretends you can stay above the fray, but that's how you lose to Bill Clinton or lose the popular vote to Al Gore. Recall they dropped a DWI arrest on Bush Jr. last week of the campaign.

    Replies: @David In TN

    When Bush Jr.’s DWI arrest was leaked late in the 2000 campaign, the NRO types wondered why Bush Jr. was dumb enough to think it wouldn’t come out. They were surprised Bush didn’t have the brains to mention it several months earlier, thus negating it.

  176. @Bill
    @Opinionator

    Probably he is judging based on the level of hysteria on the other side. Why would they go this crazy if they were winning? Or, that's how the argument goes. I have no idea who's going to win.

    Replies: @bomag

    judging based on the level of hysteria on the other side

    I suspect that the Dems see that they can win with enough turnout, but they are worried this might be the reverse of 2012: the safe, staid Hillary (by Dem standards) will be Romney-like in not bringing people out; while the new! exciting! Donald gets his side to the polls.

  177. @Hacienda
    White people! You ain't all that. The truthiness of the situation is that POCs don't sweat you.

    Replies: @Kyle a, @fish, @Chrisnonymous, @Father O'Hara, @yaqub the mad scientist, @Olorin, @fredyetagain aka superhonky, @bomag

    The truthiness of the situation is that POCs don’t sweat you.

    On the contrary, they seem to hang on every utterance and action.

  178. @Harry Baldwin
    @PiltdownMan

    I doubt the Chappaqua compound is particularly important to the Clintons. If Hillary survives her presidency she might want to retire to Beverly Hills or Manhattan.

    Replies: @PiltdownMan

    I doubt the Chappaqua compound is particularly important to the Clintons.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-politics/wp/2016/09/22/bill-and-hillary-clinton-buy-the-house-next-door-their-third-1-million-manse/

    [September 22, 2016 -] The couple have purchased a home next door to their primary residence in Chappaqua, N.Y., according to real estate records. That makes three homes worth north of $1 million owned by the Clintons, including a stately mansion near the British Embassy in Washington that Clinton used when she was a senator.

    The new house was purchased in August for $1,160,000, according to tax and real estate records.

    They may be planning to make it a second residence similar to that which a number of recent presidents have had, in the event Hillary is elected. Or perhaps to make it a bachelor pad for Bill, who might actually not relish the prospect of hanging around the White House as the Not-President.

  179. @bored identity
    @Hacienda

    Jesus, Mary and Joseph, and all minor Saints:

    ELEVEN MINUTES AND FIFTY SIX SECONDS!

    But, now I finally know that I KNOW THIS MAN:

    Now,I'm with HER. Totally.

    Thank you Keith!

    Replies: @Hacienda

    I’m sick of Trump. November 28th. That day can’t come soon enough.

  180. @bomag
    @Hacienda

    In another time and place, Olbermann would be excellent with a holy book in his hand and a fearful flock upon which he could run "game". He can channel intense emotion into verbal exhortation with all the proper flourishes.

    Here, though, he is just the usual leftist A-hole, claiming more insight, more humanity, more caring, blah blah blah; and warning that the wrong candidate will shred the Constitution and explode the deficit while we burn in a secular Hell, so we should heed his secular fatwah or else he will call us more names.

    Replies: @Hacienda

    Trump’s blown up his campaign. Had he simply admitted his mistakes and stayed on policy, he might still have a chance with the most historically unpopular Democratic candidate in all history.

    Alt-right, Breitbart has embraced idiocracy and now uses Trump as kamikaze sacrifice.
    When this thing’s over, Trump is done. The useful idiot is kicked to the curb.

  181. @PiltdownMan
    @L Woods

    The point is that generalized non-lethal political purges are not unknown in American life and the prospect of one in the future is not necessarily hypothetical or merely a figment of our overactive imaginations.

    Replies: @Chris Mallory, @No_0ne

    A far better example of a political purge from that era (and false criminal charges, as well) would be FDR’s Great Sedition Trial of 1944. Those charged were ordinary patriotic Americans, rather than Communist traitors.

  182. @Hacienda
    @Steve Sailer

    Here's a commentator who sees patterns in Trump:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BIHXhs7rYps

    Replies: @bored identity, @bomag, @William Zane

    Shorter Olberdouche: TRUMP WILL RAPE YOUR DAUGHTERS IF ELECTED!

  183. @sflicht
    I hear Saint Helena is nice. I'd recommend against Elba.

    Replies: @guest

    I wish he would go to Elba, then we’d get 100 good days out of him.

  184. @Ivy
    @Bill

    Muslim for days in Baghdad by the Bay. Why do parents tolerate that when American culture is denigrated and all other traces of religion, whether history-related or other, are proscribed?

    My kids were fortunate to have gone through K-12 in SoCal so they didn't have that hyper-PC curriculum. There was a conventional middle school Renaissance Faire, where all the kids dressed in costume, learned about trades, Leonardo da Vinci and other influential personages, but it was refreshingly non-PC.

    Replies: @guest

    There’s a Renaissance Fair in my hometown, too. Mostly it exists for cleavage. Women apparently think Europe of 1350 to 1620 was full of sexy, post-apocalyptic pirates.

    There were also giant pickles and turkey legs.

    • Replies: @Lurker
    @guest


    There’s a Renaissance Fair in my hometown, too. Mostly it exists for cleavage.
     
    Good enough for me!
    , @Chrisnonymous
    @guest

    If there were sexy pirates with big cleavage, I'm sure there were some big pickles too.

  185. @JVO
    @inertial

    It's not so much his face as it is his voice. And I don't know how smart anyone is who thinks he can run for president with that weird wuss, preacher guy inflection.

    Replies: @guest

    Cruz is a bad actor. His pauses are all wrong. Not as bad as Hillary, who is unable to mimic human emotions. But I’d take non-actors over hams in a lot of cases.

    • Replies: @Jefferson
    @guest

    "Cruz is a bad actor. His pauses are all wrong. Not as bad as Hillary, who is unable to mimic human emotions. But I’d take non-actors over hams in a lot of cases."

    You would vote for open borders and amnesty Crooked Hillary over Ted Cruz who got an A+ rating from NumbersUSA?

    Steve Sailer's blog sure does attract a lot of White Democrats and Democrat leaning Whites.

  186. @Tiny Duck
    Trump (and his supporters) are awful people

    Remember that AZ paper that endorsed Clinton and got all kinds of nasty death threats? The publisher is currently on MSNBC talking about how some of the kids going door to door selling subscriptions are getting guns waved at them because of the endorsement.

    The solution is to send Brock Turner and that affluenza kid to Arizona to sell these newspaper subscriptions.

    In all seriousness, the newspaper's response to the predictable reaction from the knuckle-draggers in their readership is great:


    http://www.azcentral.com/story/opinion/2016/10/16/publisher-response-to-threats-after-republic-endorsement-clinton-trump/92058964/

    Replies: @RadicalCenter, @Tracy, @Olorin

    A few more years of this and you just might graduate to the ratfucking D team, Tiny.

    Or not.

  187. @Flinders Petrie
    @Nns

    True, I've seen a lot of tweets from young millennials lamenting an argument they had with their misguided parents who, shockingly, support the Next Hitler.

    Replies: @Jim Christian, @Jay Fink

    I wish those parents would kick their children out of their basement and make them struggle in the real world.

  188. @Chrisnonymous
    @Anonymous

    Yeah. I really, really didn't think Trump was involved in Epstein shenanigans and still don't believe the 13yo rape charge. However, the only explanation I can see for Trump not using Pedo Island line of attack is that there is dirt out there on him that Dem-donor Epstein could release.

    Replies: @5371

    Or Clinton is wise enough never to be photographed with jailbait. If Epstein had that kind of dirt on everyone, would he have got into trouble?

  189. @guest
    @Ivy

    There's a Renaissance Fair in my hometown, too. Mostly it exists for cleavage. Women apparently think Europe of 1350 to 1620 was full of sexy, post-apocalyptic pirates.

    There were also giant pickles and turkey legs.

    Replies: @Lurker, @Chrisnonymous

    There’s a Renaissance Fair in my hometown, too. Mostly it exists for cleavage.

    Good enough for me!

  190. @guest
    @Abe

    I still don't understand why "binders full of women" was a thing. Isn't that exactly what they want: preferential hiring? Wasn't Romney proposing to do his affirmative duty? Or was the idea that he should have been able to think of women off the top of his head? That seems unlikely. I'm so confused.

    I suppose libs don't need binders; they just wait for bankers to tell them who to hire.

    Replies: @William Zane, @Kylie, @Bernardista

    The mind of an Obama supporter is a hard thing to understand. They still haven’t apologized to Romney for being tougher on Russia then Obama was, which their Party agrees with now.

  191. @Jefferson
    @Wilkey

    "Ironcally this is the election most likely to see violence. If Trump wins there will be riots. That is not mere speculation, it is a certainty."

    If Donald Trump wins than you will see riots perpetrated by Left Wingers of all races, not just Blacks. You will see the entire coalition of the Left come out to cause chaos.

    Riots in Oakland and Berkeley for example are quite Multiracial and not as homogeneously Black as riots in Charlotte, Milwaukee, Baltimore, Ferguson, etc.

    Replies: @Karl

    > than you will see riots perpetrated by Left Wingers of all races, not just Blacks. You will see the entire coalition of the Left come out to cause chaos.

    ok, suppose you were President Trump’s adviser for – I don’t know, maybe the National Guard?

    So comes now major endless riots in Oakland, Chicago, Atlanta, etc

    You =might= just say: The Constitution says it’s not the Federal President’s problem. Go play golf this weekend!

    Do Trump voters even care if Oakland disappears?

  192. @Whiskey
    There is a first time for everything. Hillary! is both stupid and vindictive, so expect not just Trump but especially his backers to be jailed, beaten, etc. Her stupid White Women backers (but I repeat myself) who have Hillary up by 20 with women (Trump is up by 3 with men) will demand it like they demanded the Salem Witch Trials.

    Heck I would not be surprised for President Hillary to don the Burqua, dispense with Bill and live with Huma, and invite in 20 million Muslims along with 100 million Africans. Just to screw over White men.

    The time for politics ended years ago. Inevitably, the Russian/Soviet predictions of US collapse/splintering will come. Hillary plans endless "secret" (the Press won't cover it) wars in Syria and Iraq and everywhere else; with the evil White men forming the casualty list while gays/trannies/women are celebrated as the backbone of the military. Meanwhile she'll jail and fire the male relatives of those fighting.

    Ann Marie Slaughter has an article in the FT about how non-Hillary backers are racist, sexist monsters who must be constantly purged from society. Because sexism. You monster!

    It is up to every White man to be Good Soldier Schweik, to be as much sand in the gears of the affairs of Dowager Empress Hillary as possible.

    Trump is toast -- he thinks he can have a media empire after this election; he'll probably face life in prison if he's lucky. All courtesy of the Fairer Sex and Team Woman.

    Replies: @Karl

    > with the evil White men forming the casualty list

    might work….. if “universal national service” is put into law to GET those white kids into a uniform.

    Otherwise, she’s going to have to invade Syria with an army of dindu’s & immigrant soldiers.

    The US Navy & US Marine Corps are already allowed to enlist non-American citizens. One sentence in one 9000-page Omnibus Budget Bill can expand that to the US Army.

  193. @guest
    @Abe

    I still don't understand why "binders full of women" was a thing. Isn't that exactly what they want: preferential hiring? Wasn't Romney proposing to do his affirmative duty? Or was the idea that he should have been able to think of women off the top of his head? That seems unlikely. I'm so confused.

    I suppose libs don't need binders; they just wait for bankers to tell them who to hire.

    Replies: @William Zane, @Kylie, @Bernardista

    “I still don’t understand why ‘binders full of women’ was a thing. Isn’t that exactly what they want: preferential hiring?”

    That’s because you’re a sensible, rational being. “Binders full of women” is a phrase the distaff side finds depersonalizing (e.g., insufficiently fulsome and groveling).

    Yes, they want preferential hiring. But as in everything else, they don’t just want it, they want it the way they want it–or else.

    Remember, women are allowing white men to ask that they accept favors, influence and power they haven’t earned and could never earn. The very least white men can do is show that they are aware of the great honor women have condescended to confer upon their unworthy selves.

    Any clearer now?

  194. @Jack Hanson
    @Chrisnonymous

    Bullshit. There would have been insane stories coming out of the woodworks about Cruz, who would have been deserted in short order by the majority of his Rapturists.

    I love how you and the other NeverTrumpers here insist that what they are doing to Trump is somehow not the exact same thing they did to Romney, McCain, and Bush.

    Replies: @Chrisnonymous

    Yes, it’s the same, but the effects are different. In case you don’t recall, Bush won twice. McCain lost because of a combo of Obama’s black magic and his own faults as a candidate. Likewise, Romney was a pretty weak candidate up against the magic negro.

    Hillary is a very, very weak candidate and could have tipped over by someone as weak as Romney, maybe as weak as MCCain.

    Also, you’ve switched from calling me a Cruz supporter to calling me a NeverTrumper, but that’s not true either.

    • Replies: @Jefferson
    @Chrisnonymous

    "Hillary is a very, very weak candidate and could have tipped over by someone as weak as Romney, maybe as weak as MCCain."

    Donald Trump thought that if womanizer Bill Clinton who behaves like Charlie Sheen when he is with women can be president, than so can he.

    The mistake The Donald made is that only male politicians on the political Left can treat women like Charlie Sheen does and get away with it.

    If Donald was running as a Democrat the mainstream media would just chalk up his behavior towards women as boys will be boys, just like they do with Bill Clinton.

    Donald is a good messenger but a bad vessel. The anti-amnesty/anti-open borders crowd need a leader who does not have a murky past with women. They can't win with just the White sausage fest vote.

  195. @guest
    @Ivy

    There's a Renaissance Fair in my hometown, too. Mostly it exists for cleavage. Women apparently think Europe of 1350 to 1620 was full of sexy, post-apocalyptic pirates.

    There were also giant pickles and turkey legs.

    Replies: @Lurker, @Chrisnonymous

    If there were sexy pirates with big cleavage, I’m sure there were some big pickles too.

  196. @Lot
    @International Jew

    Dutch children on some sort of Mosque field trip.

    Replies: @International Jew

    Where’d you find it?

    • Replies: @Lot
    @International Jew

    Ann Coulter, who has a great twitter, retweeted it from Paul Watson.

  197. @guest
    @Abe

    I still don't understand why "binders full of women" was a thing. Isn't that exactly what they want: preferential hiring? Wasn't Romney proposing to do his affirmative duty? Or was the idea that he should have been able to think of women off the top of his head? That seems unlikely. I'm so confused.

    I suppose libs don't need binders; they just wait for bankers to tell them who to hire.

    Replies: @William Zane, @Kylie, @Bernardista

    Because it made him sound comical. Just replace the word ‘woman’ with any other non-clerical sort of noun, as in binders full of ‘cats’, ‘sloths’, ‘donuts’, etc. It sounds unintentionally droll.

  198. @Charles Erwin Wilson
    @L Woods


    The U.S. military has zero history of such behavior and is a globalist Establishment organ...
     
    The US Military's values are based on honor, and they take an oath to the Constitution (not Barak Profane Obama). Their values are not the values of the idiots running the country. If you think the Military's political leadership determines their actions you are too far removed from their essential characteristics to understand them. With the right leadership they will take our side. With the wrong leadership needless blood will be shed, and then they will take our side.

    Replies: @dfordoom

    The US Military’s values are based on honor

    Can you give an example of an occasion when the US Military chose the path of honour?

  199. @Mr. Anon
    @The Anti-Gnostic

    "BTW, how long is Assange going to live in a single building? How long is the Ecuadorean government willing to feed him?"

    It's not like one extra mouth to feed is a big burden. Embassies are full of people who have no particularly important job anyway. If they bounce him, it is because of pressure brought to bear on Ecuador by the US Goverment.

    By the way, why is everyone now saying "Ecuadorean". It used to be "Ecuadoran". Is this some new status-signalling affect from NPR - like the obsessive R-rolling and glottal accenting in "Nicaragua"?

    Replies: @res, @Antonymous, @(((Owen)))

    *why is everyone now saying “Ecuadorean”*

    The correct demonym for Ecuador in Spanish is *equatoriano*. It follows the usual Spanish orthographic rules for places named for geographic features, in this case, the Equator. In English that would be Equadorian, but I expect Ecuadorian will be the standard because of conservative English orthography.

    *like the obsessive R-rolling and glottal accenting in “Nicaragua”?*

    I just say Nic-a-rag-wa or Nic-a-rag-yoo-uh. But then I don’t need to blabber like a poser; I actually speak Spanish.

    • Replies: @Rob McX
    @(((Owen)))


    The correct demonym for Ecuador in Spanish is *equatoriano*
     
    Ecuatoriano.
  200. @International Jew
    @Lot

    Where'd you find it?

    Replies: @Lot

    Ann Coulter, who has a great twitter, retweeted it from Paul Watson.

  201. @The Anti-Gnostic
    This election really seems to be a benchmark for internal contradictions coming to a head. The liberal-urban-socialist and traditional-rural-capitalist worldviews are completely incompatible (a polite way of saying they hate each other and wish the other were dead), and a lot of ethno-cultural fault lines are being revealed as well. So far everybody is abiding by the agreement that we'll duke it out at the polls instead of in the streets but how long will that last? If Trump really is Hitler, then inevitably some of our many not-terribly-stable citizens will lash out violently. And if Hillary wins and starts passing hate speech legislation and confiscating "assault weapons" and laying out the immigrant welcome mat, then bourgeois and proletarian whites will face an awful dilemma: break the democratic compact, or be doomed to permanent second-class status.

    The system has a lot of credibility and (I think) prosperity left, so if Hillary gets elected I don't see whites breaking out their rifles (I think). But given her history she is bound to provoke a financial, social or martial crisis, or all three at once. And if Trump gets elected, and really is Hitler, why wouldn't the Left Coast just try and secede?

    Replies: @Flinders Petrie, @Opinionator, @Alfred1860, @Sunbeam, @Desiderius, @Eustace Tilley (not), @bomag, @Boomstick, @AnotherDad, @Corvinus

    “This election really seems to be a benchmark for internal contradictions coming to a head.”

    2 to 4 years from now we will have the available information to determine to what extent this Trump Revolution has had on American politics.

    “The liberal-urban-socialist and traditional-rural-capitalist worldviews are completely incompatible (a polite way of saying they hate each other and wish the other were dead), and a lot of ethno-cultural fault lines are being revealed as well.”

    Vagueness and over generalizations are your strong suit. While I will admit these are competing perspectives, they have been able to politically, economically, and socially co-exist. It would be nice for you to specify exactly what are the specifics and how they are incompatible to the point of the inevitable break-up of America.

    “So far everybody is abiding by the agreement that we’ll duke it out at the polls instead of in the streets but how long will that last?”

    I surmise a long time, given that similar bitter elections (Election of 1828, Election of 1876, Election of 2000) have resulted in “everybody” agreeing to abide by the social compact.

    “If Trump really is Hitler, then inevitably some of our many not-terribly-stable citizens will lash out violently.”

    Will you joyously partake in such endeavors?

    “And if Hillary wins and starts passing hate speech legislation and confiscating “assault weapons” and laying out the immigrant welcome mat, then bourgeois and proletarian whites will face an awful dilemma: break the democratic compact, or be doomed to permanent second-class status.”

    A BIG IF.

    “And if Trump gets elected, and really is Hitler, why wouldn’t the Left Coast just try and secede?”

    Because some on the left will work to impeach him.

    • Replies: @The Anti-Gnostic
    @Corvinus

    It would be nice for you to specify exactly what are the specifics and how they are incompatible to the point of the inevitable break-up of America.

    When trillions in assets get written down to as-yet-unrealized fundamental value.

    Replies: @Corvinus

  202. @Corvinus
    @The Anti-Gnostic

    "This election really seems to be a benchmark for internal contradictions coming to a head."

    2 to 4 years from now we will have the available information to determine to what extent this Trump Revolution has had on American politics.

    "The liberal-urban-socialist and traditional-rural-capitalist worldviews are completely incompatible (a polite way of saying they hate each other and wish the other were dead), and a lot of ethno-cultural fault lines are being revealed as well."

    Vagueness and over generalizations are your strong suit. While I will admit these are competing perspectives, they have been able to politically, economically, and socially co-exist. It would be nice for you to specify exactly what are the specifics and how they are incompatible to the point of the inevitable break-up of America.

    "So far everybody is abiding by the agreement that we’ll duke it out at the polls instead of in the streets but how long will that last?"

    I surmise a long time, given that similar bitter elections (Election of 1828, Election of 1876, Election of 2000) have resulted in "everybody" agreeing to abide by the social compact.

    "If Trump really is Hitler, then inevitably some of our many not-terribly-stable citizens will lash out violently."

    Will you joyously partake in such endeavors?

    "And if Hillary wins and starts passing hate speech legislation and confiscating “assault weapons” and laying out the immigrant welcome mat, then bourgeois and proletarian whites will face an awful dilemma: break the democratic compact, or be doomed to permanent second-class status."

    A BIG IF.

    "And if Trump gets elected, and really is Hitler, why wouldn’t the Left Coast just try and secede?"

    Because some on the left will work to impeach him.

    Replies: @The Anti-Gnostic

    It would be nice for you to specify exactly what are the specifics and how they are incompatible to the point of the inevitable break-up of America.

    When trillions in assets get written down to as-yet-unrealized fundamental value.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
    @The Anti-Gnostic

    "When trillions in assets get written down to as-yet-unrealized fundamental value."

    The corporate fat cats, banksters, and lawyer shysters (such as yourself) in the capitalist system know what they are doing and how they are doing it, for it's the same game they've been playing for decades, just with different cards and money values. They have "in case of emergency, break glass" contingency plans regarding massive debt. They'll put Humpty back together again, there is too much at stake.

  203. @(((Owen)))
    @Mr. Anon

    *why is everyone now saying “Ecuadorean”*

    The correct demonym for Ecuador in Spanish is *equatoriano*. It follows the usual Spanish orthographic rules for places named for geographic features, in this case, the Equator. In English that would be Equadorian, but I expect Ecuadorian will be the standard because of conservative English orthography.

    *like the obsessive R-rolling and glottal accenting in “Nicaragua”?*

    I just say Nic-a-rag-wa or Nic-a-rag-yoo-uh. But then I don't need to blabber like a poser; I actually speak Spanish.

    Replies: @Rob McX

    The correct demonym for Ecuador in Spanish is *equatoriano*

    Ecuatoriano.

  204. @The Anti-Gnostic
    @Corvinus

    It would be nice for you to specify exactly what are the specifics and how they are incompatible to the point of the inevitable break-up of America.

    When trillions in assets get written down to as-yet-unrealized fundamental value.

    Replies: @Corvinus

    “When trillions in assets get written down to as-yet-unrealized fundamental value.”

    The corporate fat cats, banksters, and lawyer shysters (such as yourself) in the capitalist system know what they are doing and how they are doing it, for it’s the same game they’ve been playing for decades, just with different cards and money values. They have “in case of emergency, break glass” contingency plans regarding massive debt. They’ll put Humpty back together again, there is too much at stake.

  205. @guest
    @JVO

    Cruz is a bad actor. His pauses are all wrong. Not as bad as Hillary, who is unable to mimic human emotions. But I'd take non-actors over hams in a lot of cases.

    Replies: @Jefferson

    “Cruz is a bad actor. His pauses are all wrong. Not as bad as Hillary, who is unable to mimic human emotions. But I’d take non-actors over hams in a lot of cases.”

    You would vote for open borders and amnesty Crooked Hillary over Ted Cruz who got an A+ rating from NumbersUSA?

    Steve Sailer’s blog sure does attract a lot of White Democrats and Democrat leaning Whites.

  206. @Bill
    @Wilkey

    Cruz couldn't have beaten Jeb.

    Replies: @Jefferson

    “Cruz couldn’t have beaten Jeb.”

    Ted Cruz was beating Jeb Bush in the polls quite easily during the GOP primaries.

    Republican voters thought 3 Bush presidents in less than 30 years was too much Bush.

    Republicans on average do not like political dynasties as much as Democrats do. Hence why for the vast majority of Democrats there is no such thing as too much Clinton fatigue. They chose another Clinton again over Bernie Sanders who was more politically fresh and new.

  207. @Chrisnonymous
    @Jack Hanson

    Yes, it's the same, but the effects are different. In case you don't recall, Bush won twice. McCain lost because of a combo of Obama's black magic and his own faults as a candidate. Likewise, Romney was a pretty weak candidate up against the magic negro.

    Hillary is a very, very weak candidate and could have tipped over by someone as weak as Romney, maybe as weak as MCCain.

    Also, you've switched from calling me a Cruz supporter to calling me a NeverTrumper, but that's not true either.

    Replies: @Jefferson

    “Hillary is a very, very weak candidate and could have tipped over by someone as weak as Romney, maybe as weak as MCCain.”

    Donald Trump thought that if womanizer Bill Clinton who behaves like Charlie Sheen when he is with women can be president, than so can he.

    The mistake The Donald made is that only male politicians on the political Left can treat women like Charlie Sheen does and get away with it.

    If Donald was running as a Democrat the mainstream media would just chalk up his behavior towards women as boys will be boys, just like they do with Bill Clinton.

    Donald is a good messenger but a bad vessel. The anti-amnesty/anti-open borders crowd need a leader who does not have a murky past with women. They can’t win with just the White sausage fest vote.

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