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The national media has been full of stories today about the discovery of anti-Semitic graffiti at a liberal Brooklyn synagogue last evening. Well, new information has now come to light …

First, though, from the New York Times last year:

After Years in Foster Care, Intern ‘Adopted’ by City Hall Catches a Break

James Polite, 25, at his foster parents’ home in Brooklyn.

By Emily Palmer, Dec. 14, 2017

James Polite spent much of his childhood in foster care.

In high school alone, Mr. Polite estimates, he was placed in 10 different homes. And he received little encouragement from social workers to go to college.

But Mr. Polite, now 25, still believed that college was the best next step. He found encouragement as a volunteer in his teens, registering voters and canvassing neighborhoods in New York City during Barack Obama’s first presidential bid. Mentors on the campaign trail urged him to pursue higher education.

In 2008, at a gay pride rally for Mr. Obama, Mr. Polite met Christine C. Quinn, then the City Council speaker.

Ms. Quinn still remembers their introduction on the steps of City Hall. “James was telling me his story,” she recalled recently in an interview. “And I said, ‘Do you have an internship?’ And he said ‘No.’ And I said, ‘Well, you do now.’”

He interned with Ms. Quinn, a Manhattan Democrat, for several years, working on initiatives to combat hate crime, sexual assault and domestic violence. He also took part in her re-election campaign in 2009 and returned to help with her unsuccessful bid for mayor in 2013.

“James was the adopted child of the Quinn administration,” she said. “And it wasn’t just me. It was the entire City Council staff.”

He’s presumably a People Pleaser type of gay guy. There are more than a few in staff jobs in politics.

Ms. Quinn believed Mr. Polite could defy the statistics. …

Ms. Quinn wrote Mr. Polite a letter of recommendation to Brandeis University in Waltham, Mass., and followed up with a call to its president. Council staff members even drove him there on move-in day.

… But as he got older, Mr. Polite, who says he identifies as queer and does not base attraction on gender, said he felt misunderstood at home. …

After graduating from high school, Mr. Polite enrolled in a preparatory year at Brandeis. … Months before that birthday, a Brooklyn couple learned about the possibility of fostering him. The couple, Josh Waletzky and Jenny Levison, said they had wanted to foster an “L.G.B.T.Q. youth” on the brink of aging out of the system.

Josh Waletzky is “is an award-winning documentary filmmaker and also an influential proponent of Yiddish music.” Josh comes out of the secular i.e., leftist wing of Yiddish culture, but I don’t see too much evidence of Communism. His family was into the cultural tradition of Sholem Aleichem, the Fiddler on the Roof author, sending him to an Aleichem-oriented summer camp. Keeping Yiddish culture alive strikes me as a worthy and inherently conservative undertaking.

Jenny Levison is “Interim Senior Vice President of Development & Partnerships at the new Race Forward. The new Race Forward is the union of two leading racial justice non-profit organizations: Race Forward and Center for Social Inclusion (CSI).”

Children’s Aid, one of the eight beneficiary organizations of The New York Times Neediest Cases Fund, took over Mr. Polite’s case in early 2013 and facilitated the placement. Although Mr. Polite was not legally adopted — his relationship with his biological parents has improved in recent years — Ms. Levison called it a “moral adoption.” He says he considers the couple his second set of parents. …

Despite the assistance, Mr. Polite struggled at Brandeis. Smoking marijuana, he said, became a coping mechanism to manage his stress…. During treatment, he learned he had bipolar disorder, for which he is now medicated.

… Mr. Polite hopes to graduate in May with degrees in African-American studies and political science, and took two classes over the summer to stay on pace. In June, Children’s Aid used $856 from the Neediest Cases Fund for school supplies and fees not covered by his financial aid package. …

Correction: December 15, 2017
Because of an editing error, an earlier version of this article referred incompletely to the type of youth whom Josh Waletzky and Jenny Levison sought to foster. It was an “L.G.B.T.Q. youth” on the brink of aging out of the system, not merely a gay youth.

Presumably, Mr. Waletzky and/or Ms. Levison wrote in with this correction. One wonders why? Perhaps in their extremely woke social circle, it’s a major faux pas to be inclusive of just G. youths and not L., B., T. and Q. youths as well? Or who knows?

Donations to the Neediest Cases may also be made with a check or over the phone.

Screenshot 2018-11-02 19.55.11And from the New York Daily News this evening on that anti-Semitic graffiti incident at the Brooklyn synagogue:

Suspect arrested in vandalism at historic Prospect Heights synagogue, say police sources

By KERRY BURKE , MARCO POGGIO and THOMAS TRACY
| NEW YORK DAILY NEWS |
NOV 02, 2018 | 8:15 AM

A vandal who scrawled anti-Semitic graffiti in a Brooklyn synagogue and set fires around several other Jewish places of worship was arrested Friday, police sources said.

Cops committed James Polite, 26 of Bedford-Stuyvesant to the psychiatric ward at Woodhull Hospital in Brooklyn.

Is this the same James Polite as was featured in the NYT last year? I’d give over 50-50 odds that it is, but let’s keep in mind that there could be more than one James Polite in the huge city. (There’s a Rev James A. Polite Avenue in the Bronx, so presumably the Polites were an accomplished family. But perhaps this guy just read the name off a street sign and decided to go with it?)

Update: Judging from Polite’s Facebook page, which mentions Brandeis and shows him appearing to undergo a psychotic break around Halloween or the day of the crime, it’s almost certainly the same James Polite.

He is charged with criminal mischief as a hate crime and making graffiti, cops said.

The suspect was busted in the same clothes he wore in surveillance video of his vandalism at the historic Union Temple in Prospect Heights. Polite is also suspected of setting a series of small trash fires in and around synagogues in Williamsburg, police sources said.

An employee at the historic synagogue, on Eastern Parkway, found “Hitler,” “Jews better be ready” and “Die Jew rats, we are here!” written in black marker in the hallways and stairwells of the first, third and fourth floors on Thursday night, police said. …

There were also drawings of the Puerto Rican flag and the words “Free PR,” cops said.

Union Temple’s rabbi said the vandalism left him and his congregation more intent on carrying on their good works.

“We are committed, more resolved than ever to continue with our mission, and when I say ‘our mission,’ I mean our mission: love, hope, diversity, tolerance, amity, equity, community, understanding,” Rabbi Mark Sameth said. “That’s what we’re all about.”

Mayor de Blasio visited the temple on Friday night and called the incident “tremendously upsetting.”

“It’s coming at a time when Jewish New Yorkers are feeling a profound sense of loss and sadness because of what happened in Pittsburgh at the Tree of Life Synagogue and all those who were killed there because of their faith,” de Blasio said.

The discovery of the hate speech was so alarming that an event scheduled at the synagogue by “Broad City” star Ilana Glazer was canceled. …

Cops released a surveillance image of the vandal on Friday. He is described as a black man, about 20 years old, 5-foot-8, 140 pounds with black hair.

So the arrested suspect is a black, gay, Democratic activist.

They just ain’t making neo-Nazis like they used to …

Here’s a question: if this case were ripped from the headlines to furnish the basis for a Law & Order episode, what changes would the writers make? Here’s one suggestion:

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James Polite’s name comes up rather often in Google News, as far back as 2009 when he was quoted offering his opinion on the high price of MetroCards. He was mentioned in the UK Daily Mail in 2013, the Brandeis alumni mag in 2015, and the NYT (above) in 2017.

He’s kind of like the young black gay version of the omnipresent Man in the Street, Greg Packer, who has been quoted in the news media nearly 1,000 times.

In other words, James Polite is something of a publicity hound.

James Polite also vaguely reminds me of another New York City character, the Hug Thug, Jermaine Himmelstein, who panhandled for years in Times Square with a sign offering “Free Hugs.” But when girls turned him down, he’d punched them in the face. After dodging much punishment for a long series of attacks on young women, he finally got recorded on a security camera in Times Square punching a girl tourist from Canada, the video went viral, and for his 16th arrest he was finally sent away for a long time.

A reader points out that James Polite is also reminiscent of David Hampton, the gay black con man famously played by Will Smith in Six Degrees of Separation. From Wikipedia:

Hampton was born in Buffalo, New York and was the eldest son of an attorney. He moved to New York City in 1981 and stumbled upon his now-famous ruse in 1983 when he and another man were attempting to gain entry into Studio 54. Unable to obtain entry, Hampton’s partner decided to pose as Gregory Peck’s son while Hampton assumed the identity of Sidney Poitier’s son. They were ushered in as celebrities. Hampton began employing the persona of “David Poitier” to cadge free meals in restaurants. He also persuaded at least a dozen people into letting him stay with them and give him money, including Melanie Griffith, Gary Sinise, Calvin Klein, John Jay Iselin, the president of WNET; Osborn Elliott, the dean of the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism; Leonard Bernstein,[1] and a Manhattan urologist. He convinced some that he was an acquaintance of their children, some that he had just missed a plane to Los Angeles with his luggage still on it, and some that his belongings had been stolen.

James Polite seems rather like a Blue State version of that Filipino-Italian-Fauxcahontas male stripper in Florida, Cesar Sayoc, who was arrested for sending the letter bombs. (Has anybody determined yet if those were real bombs? Even if they weren’t, it’s still a serious crime to try to scare poor secretaries and personal assistants half to death with fake bombs.)

On the other hand, everybody around him treated Sayoc like what he was, a loser living in his van down by the river, until he became an Important Sign of Our Times due to his bomb threats.

In contrast, Polite was treated like Sidney Poitier’s son and sent off to an expensive college.

This appears to be his Facebook page under the name Abraham Aali. He appears to have gone nuts on November 1, with a friend posting, “You’re spiraling again babe take this stuff down and call me.”

 
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  1. Unfortunately, not terribly suprising.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=80&v=wvDFf-9rW88

    • Replies: @Anon
    @Clifford Brown

    An employee at the historic synagogue, on Eastern Parkway, found “Hitler,” “Jews better be ready” and “Die Jew rats, we are here!” written in black marker in the hallways and stairwells of the first, third and fourth floors on Thursday night, police said. …

    Thank Todd for the cameras. Ubiquity of cameras made UFO nonsense go away, and so many 'hate crimes' are being exposed as fakes.

    This makes us wonder how many 'hate crimes' in the past were real? Maybe most were hoaxes or pranks all along.

    UHO, or Unidentified Hate Objects are being identified.

    Replies: @MEH 0910, @Redneck farmer, @Anon

    , @ThreeCranes
    @Clifford Brown

    Public Advocate (?) Leticia James says "....these disgusting acts of violence and hate have absolutely no place in our city...."

    Well, obviously they do. They are part of your city.

    Also, why is he being charged with a hate crime?

    In the first place, what constitutes a "hate crime"? And secondly, what evidence is there that this guy engaged in hate rather than just plain old assault? Was he yelling "Die Jew Rat!" as he swung the stick?

    Or is it now the case that any crime against a Jew a "hate crime". If so then we are a nation with two sets of laws. One for a privileged caste of religious elect and another for the masses (whom Jewish activists of the 60's and 70's claim to have cared so much about).

    Great. I live in a country dominated by Jewish Brahmins. Attended by their stick wielding critics.

    Replies: @El Dato

    , @notanon
    @Clifford Brown

    democrat voters taking media incitement to attack Trump voters literally

    , @Paul Jolliffe
    @Clifford Brown

    No, not surprising at all.

    But with the crucial midterm elections only 72 hours away, I predict we are not done seeing this sort of stupidity.

    And any further "events" may not be solely done by amateur nut-jobs. I wouldn't bet against professional agitators/operatives cooking up one more newsworthy event with yet another "useful idiot", such as Cesar Sayoc.

    Liberal universities are filled with hardcore leftists who hate, hate, hate the political right. None of those haters are stupid/evil enough to pull a false-flag on a college campus, are they?

    I think everyone everywhere ought to be very alert and maintain a high "situational awareness" for at least the next 72 hours.

    Replies: @anon

  2. He is charged with criminal mischief as a hate crime and making graffiti, cops said.

    “Criminal mischief”? Enough with the kid-gloves treatment.

    Hoax hate crimes are themselves hate crimes, as they are intended to blood libel an entire race of people.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @King Baeksu

    "Hoax hate crimes are themselves hate crimes, as they are intended to blood libel an entire race of people."

    Exactly.

    , @Big Bill
    @King Baeksu

    They are also a hate crime because the hoaxer's acts are intended to scare the crap out of the hoaxer's own people.

    If some rabbi paints a swastika on the doors of a synagogue, for example, he is deliberately trying to scare Jews to death based on their religion.

    Now, he may be scaring them because he wants them to donate to his favorite anti-Nazi cause (a good thing), but nonetheless, his clear intention is to scare them and intimidate them.

    No more excuses for "good" race hoaxers. It does not matter that they are "fighting the good fight deep down inside". It does not matter that the rabbi really likes his fellow Jews and is trying to save them by getting them to donate.

    All that matters is that he deliberately scared people based upon their protected group status.

    , @AndrewR
    @King Baeksu

    Is this a "hoax"? Was he trying to frame white people? Maybe he really doesn't like Jews.

    , @Kevin O'Keeffe
    @King Baeksu


    Hoax hate crimes are themselves hate crimes, as they are intended to blood libel an entire race of people.
     
    There's no indication of any hoax here. Everyone just assumed it was a White guy who did this, but there's no apparent evidence this Polite guy actually tried to pin his deeds on anyone else. It seems to be sincere anti-Semitism on his part, albeit doubtless fueled by hot lashings of paranoid schizophrenia (or some other mental illness).
  3. Wow…. all that privilege and moral narcissism led to these people living in some kind of Hollywood Reality. This reads like a script for Inspirational Story 101.

    Blindside… or Blindspot?

    Because of an editing error, an earlier version of this article referred incompletely to the type of youth whom Josh Waletzky and Jenny Levison sought to foster. It was an “L.G.B.T.Q. youth” on the brink of aging out of the system, not merely a gay youth.

    When Talmudic hairsplitting transfers over to PC, it’s pure comedy.

    Sounds like the black guy at INTERCEPT.

    • Agree: Dieter Kief
  4. • Replies: @anon
    @Clifford Brown

    No mention on Democracy Now about Mr. Polite being black. If they ever report it they'll blame white people for corrupting him. Every article on that site has "white supremacists" or "fascists" in the headline. They can't scream loud enough.

    Replies: @Altai, @E e

    , @ThreeCranes
    @Clifford Brown

    Ilana Glazer says, "..I know this country. This country was built on white supremacy. And was born out of white supremacy..."

    No, Ilana, it was built on white competency.

    You Jews better watch what you say. If this is your message then you've got a fight on your hands. Ignorant b*tches like this are going to get you guys in a lot of trouble. You can't blame this on other people. You're provoking the fight and one's coming your way if this is the tack you're going to take. You're threatening us, we whites. You've thrown down the gauntlet with these abusive lies.

    , @FKA Max
    @Clifford Brown

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    Angus King voted with Schumer 83% of the time, not 88%. 88 however is a symbolic number for white surpremecists. It stands for HH, or Heil Hitler


    Trump’s failspawn is doing one hell of a dog whistle
    12:04 PM - 3 Nov 2018

    https://twitter.com/mollycrabapple/status/1058797171775062018

  5. Anon[425] • Disclaimer says:

    Did Mr. Impolite do this to hurt Jews or to hurt whites?

    If these acts of vandalism are meant to cast aspersions on ‘white supremacists’ and draw sympathy toward Jews, they are actually pro-Jewish and anti-white. They defame white people.

    Maybe Impolite came to hate Jews as condescending, patronizing, and more intelligent(with whom he couldn’t keep up at Brandeis). Maybe he was driven by anti-Jewish feelings.

    But maybe he was trying to make Jews look good by hate-hoaxing ‘white supremacists’.

    But then, the pro-Puerto-Rico message makes you wonder. Did he see browns as allies and Jews as rich white people?

    • Replies: @Dave Pinsen
    @Anon

    You're ascribing Rube Goldberg rationalizations to a guy who struggled with black studies major?

    Replies: @Anon, @Anon

    , @Anonymous
    @Anon

    i am ABSOLUTELY NOT coddling or deflecting the actions of this young man if it is indeed the same person referenced in the NYT article but did ANY of the commenters actually read it?! it says, quite plainly, that he's been diagnosed as BIPOLAR. the same sort of affliction as the Sandy Hook shooter.
    demonizing seems pointless & misplaced at the very least. a VERY strange tale to put it mildly but jumping up & down on this pathetic wretch seems absurd & uncharitable.that just becomes the go-to default reaction to everything these days without producing any useful, positive results.

    Replies: @Henry's Cat, @Dieter Kief, @Anon, @notanon, @ThreeCranes, @dr kill, @jb

    , @TelfoedJohn
    @Anon

    His adoptive parents seem to have been the types to fill him in on Jewish victimhood stories, so I’m guessing he was desperate for supply to meet demand in the hate crime business. I would not be surprised if his new parents put him up to it. Perhaps, like Fagin, they have a whole brood committing hate crimes to serve the cause.

    Replies: @Buffalo Joe, @Jack D

    , @Hippopotamusdrome
    @Anon

    Maybe he was doing what he was told to do and has no opinion one way or te other.

    , @Ziggy Coaldust and The Groypers from Mars
    @Anon

    I'm betting that spending years of his life on the most Jewish campus in the country, struggling to keep up with his Jewish classmates, who mostly saw him as little more than an intersectional box-ticking diversity pet, was enough to push him past the final frontier of wokeness on the subject of his classmates.

    People in the throws of manic upswings aren't strategic enough to pull off hoaxes and are much more likely to simply follow the desires of their id.

    Replies: @Sleep

    , @tyrone
    @Anon

    Since this act(which we all deplore) made the congregation more caring,tolerant and better than your average Goy you could argue Polite did them a service………HEY! a legal strategy!

    , @AnotherDad
    @Anon


    Maybe Impolite came to hate Jews as condescending, patronizing, and more intelligent(with whom he couldn’t keep up at Brandeis). Maybe he was driven by anti-Jewish feelings.
     
    A year or two as a pet being Tikkun Olam'd by these two and then packed off to Brandeis to flounder amongst much smarter people … a lot of people would feel like scrawling some anti-Semitic graffiti at these pompous progressives temple.

    And this guy is queer and bipolar? I think we're talking "over-determined".

    Replies: @njguy73

  6. In 2008, at a gay pride rally for Mr. Obama, Mr. Polite met Christine C. Quinn, then the City Council speaker.

    Ms. Quinn still remembers their introduction on the steps of City Hall. “James was telling me his story,” she recalled recently in an interview. “And I said, ‘Do you have an internship?’ And he said ‘No.’ And I said, ‘Well, you do now.’”

    Well, first I’d like to congratulate Mr Obama (I always knew, wink), but secondly, look at this privileged networking opportunity. Does this look like an internship open to everyone?

    • Agree: Almost Missouri
  7. Anon[425] • Disclaimer says:

    So the arrested suspect is a black, gay, Democratic activist.
    They just ain’t making neo-Nazis like they used to …

    Well, maybe race is fluid and a social construct and Dolezal and Warren are right. White is black, white is red, black is nazi, etc.

    Pomo-Nazis.

    PS. If he attended college, why can’t he draw a proper Swastika?

    • Replies: @International Jew
    @Anon

    Art is not a required subject in college. But college was not all for nought; the messages he scrawled were correct as to spelling and grammar. Definitely in the talented tenth.

    , @MikeatMikedotMike
    @Anon

    He was thinking as a dumb white redneck who wouldn't know how to draw a swastika correctly. Yes, he IS that clever.

    Replies: @Anon

    , @notanon
    @Anon


    If he attended college, why can’t he draw a proper Swastika?
     
    i wonder if there's a psychological reason hoaxers don't draw them properly - like a kind of superstitious thing

    Replies: @Mr. Anon, @Inquiring Mind

    , @tyrone
    @Anon

    Hmmmm, teaching students to draw swastikas at a jewish college ….I have to admit it would improve the quality of the hate hoaxes

  8. Amazing.

    Incidentally, for those unaware, Christine Quinn is a qualified lesbian.

    • LOL: Lot
    • Replies: @Miro23
    @Dave Pinsen


    Amazing.

    Incidentally, for those unaware, Christine Quinn is a qualified lesbian.

     

    It's not enough for a political candidate to be a lesbian - they have to be a qualified lesbian - it makes sense (victims with qualifications).
  9. Sounds like the suspect has some mental issues, which should be taken into account.

    The most interesting part of the articles above was the couple that wanted to “foster an LGBTQ youth on the brink of aging out of the system.” I’m a selfish person, and would never do something as compassionate as raising a foster child. So I feel a bit sheepish for casting doubts on someone’s good intentions, but is it possible Mr. Waletzky was motivated by something other than compassion for wanted to foster a young adult gay man?

    • Replies: @Harry Baldwin
    @NJ Transit Commuter

    So I feel a bit sheepish for casting doubts on someone’s good intentions, but is it possible Mr. Waletzky was motivated by something other than compassion for wanted to foster a young adult gay man?

    Maybe he was just looking forward to all the admiring gazes he would get at the synagogue. This is top-flight virtue signaling.

    , @Rabbitnexus
    @NJ Transit Commuter

    That was my first thought.

    , @Reg Cæsar
    @NJ Transit Commuter


    ...but is it possible Mr. Waletzky was motivated by something other than compassion for wanted to foster a young adult gay man?
     
    Are you suggesting Ms Levison is the stereotypical JAP who won't, well, you know what...?
    , @Anonymous
    @NJ Transit Commuter

    Sounds like the suspect has some mental issues, which should be taken into account.

    Yeah, I'd say so... If he could just team up with Florida Man they might spearhead a new Seminole-Rican fusion fascist movement of omnidirectional sexual orientation, doing the ethnic strife spadework whitebread Americans won't do. If the Pittsburgh killer decided to become trans in jail they could have a whole American Crime Story season based purely on events of the past week

    , @The preferred nomenclature is...
    @NJ Transit Commuter

    That was definitely my first thought.

  10. Anon[425] • Disclaimer says:
    @Clifford Brown
    Unfortunately, not terribly suprising.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=80&v=wvDFf-9rW88

    Replies: @Anon, @ThreeCranes, @notanon, @Paul Jolliffe

    An employee at the historic synagogue, on Eastern Parkway, found “Hitler,” “Jews better be ready” and “Die Jew rats, we are here!” written in black marker in the hallways and stairwells of the first, third and fourth floors on Thursday night, police said. …

    Thank Todd for the cameras. Ubiquity of cameras made UFO nonsense go away, and so many ‘hate crimes’ are being exposed as fakes.

    This makes us wonder how many ‘hate crimes’ in the past were real? Maybe most were hoaxes or pranks all along.

    UHO, or Unidentified Hate Objects are being identified.

    • Replies: @MEH 0910
    @Anon


    Thank Todd for the cameras.
     
    https://media.giphy.com/media/9KWf7weTiwhZS/giphy.gif

    Replies: @Anonymous

    , @Redneck farmer
    @Anon

    To quote Blue Oyster Cult, "he's found the awful truth, Balthazar".;)

    , @Anon
    @Anon

    "Ubiquity of cameras made UFO nonsense go away"

    Yes, no more of those all too common sightings in the middle of busy intersections of big cities. I thought all you 'skeptics' said only rural trailer trash ever saw them; not many surveillance cameras there. I also thought 'the govt admitted it was a psy-op to discredit sightings of actual test craft' was the explanation. You guys need to get your stories straight.

  11. Being a sh*t-lib necessarily involves willful disconnection from reality in favor of a theoretical world you think should be reality. This revelation will not faze them in the least, they will still look at James Polite and see Richard Spencer. They are like the apocryphal South Sea Islanders who were said to be unable see the huge European sailing ships anchored in their waters because the ships were so outside their experience that they simply didn’t register in their brains.

    • Agree: AndrewR
  12. @NJ Transit Commuter
    Sounds like the suspect has some mental issues, which should be taken into account.

    The most interesting part of the articles above was the couple that wanted to “foster an LGBTQ youth on the brink of aging out of the system.” I’m a selfish person, and would never do something as compassionate as raising a foster child. So I feel a bit sheepish for casting doubts on someone’s good intentions, but is it possible Mr. Waletzky was motivated by something other than compassion for wanted to foster a young adult gay man?

    Replies: @Harry Baldwin, @Rabbitnexus, @Reg Cæsar, @Anonymous, @The preferred nomenclature is...

    So I feel a bit sheepish for casting doubts on someone’s good intentions, but is it possible Mr. Waletzky was motivated by something other than compassion for wanted to foster a young adult gay man?

    Maybe he was just looking forward to all the admiring gazes he would get at the synagogue. This is top-flight virtue signaling.

  13. @Anon
    Did Mr. Impolite do this to hurt Jews or to hurt whites?

    If these acts of vandalism are meant to cast aspersions on 'white supremacists' and draw sympathy toward Jews, they are actually pro-Jewish and anti-white. They defame white people.

    Maybe Impolite came to hate Jews as condescending, patronizing, and more intelligent(with whom he couldn't keep up at Brandeis). Maybe he was driven by anti-Jewish feelings.

    But maybe he was trying to make Jews look good by hate-hoaxing 'white supremacists'.

    But then, the pro-Puerto-Rico message makes you wonder. Did he see browns as allies and Jews as rich white people?

    Replies: @Dave Pinsen, @Anonymous, @TelfoedJohn, @Hippopotamusdrome, @Ziggy Coaldust and The Groypers from Mars, @tyrone, @AnotherDad

    You’re ascribing Rube Goldberg rationalizations to a guy who struggled with black studies major?

    • Replies: @Anon
    @Dave Pinsen

    You’re ascribing Rube Goldberg rationalizations to a guy who struggled with black studies major?

    Maybe both emotions were occurring at the same time. Having been taken care of by Jews, he wanted to do them a favor by scapegoating whites as 'nazis' and 'supremacists'. After all, incidents like this build sympathy for Jews.
    But at the same time, maybe he wanted to hurt Jews because their patronizing ways made him feel small and 'used'. Jayson Blair also said he felt 'used', and that's why he burned down the 'master's house'. And of late, Kanye be saying he be used too, sheeeiiit.

    I still find stuff like this to be small potatoes. It's the MSM's lies about Syria that led to untold numbers of deaths and US proxy-support of terrorists. That is real hate and mass murder.

    Replies: @Dave Pinsen

    , @Anon
    @Dave Pinsen

    I read some of Polite's rants, and the guy is 'based'!

    He's clumsy with grammar but has a colorful way with words, esp the stuff about 'overpriced culturally appropriated drinks'(LOL). At least when it comes to detecting haute prog hypocrisy(hypocradar), he is an expert. Keen psychic reader of Jewish/white prog elites too.

    I figure that deep down inside Obama felt the same way. He was used as a token by the Glob.

    Replies: @Jack D

  14. He’s 26, so perhaps he was upset he was no longer covered under the healthcare plan of Josh Waletzky and Jenny Levison.

  15. Not to mention he went to a Jewish school and had Jewish parents (albeit moral adoptive parents).

  16. @NJ Transit Commuter
    Sounds like the suspect has some mental issues, which should be taken into account.

    The most interesting part of the articles above was the couple that wanted to “foster an LGBTQ youth on the brink of aging out of the system.” I’m a selfish person, and would never do something as compassionate as raising a foster child. So I feel a bit sheepish for casting doubts on someone’s good intentions, but is it possible Mr. Waletzky was motivated by something other than compassion for wanted to foster a young adult gay man?

    Replies: @Harry Baldwin, @Rabbitnexus, @Reg Cæsar, @Anonymous, @The preferred nomenclature is...

    That was my first thought.

  17. If this had been a white man, especially a white gentile with a background of being a right winger what are the odds he’d get off with a criminal mischief charge and the nyt would be wringing their hands over him? White Privilege my @ss.

    • Agree: densa
  18. Quick, we need a brain scan!!!

  19. Think one of the numerous well-connected Jews in Mr. Polite’s life put him up to this as some kind of publicity stunt?

    Also, he seems to have gotten off pretty lightly—I imagine he can still use PayPal and register a domain name.

  20. Of course, Jews will tell you the only answer here is for Jews to foster more LGBTQ minority youths like Mr. Polite.

    That’s liberal logic for you.

  21. Anonymous [AKA "Fee"] says:
    @King Baeksu

    He is charged with criminal mischief as a hate crime and making graffiti, cops said.
     
    "Criminal mischief"? Enough with the kid-gloves treatment.

    Hoax hate crimes are themselves hate crimes, as they are intended to blood libel an entire race of people.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Big Bill, @AndrewR, @Kevin O'Keeffe

    “Hoax hate crimes are themselves hate crimes, as they are intended to blood libel an entire race of people.”

    Exactly.

  22. • Replies: @Bugg
    @Clifford Brown

    All three are Brooklyn secular Jews; rich spoiled brats who pretended to be some kind of rap Bowery Boys. Give them credit for discerning a marketing trend; and sampling Led Zeppelin didn't hurt either. Adam Horowitz's dad was exposed as a MeToo sort of guy who pressured his son's former girlfriend into sex. But we won't hear about that.

    Replies: @Dave Pinsen

  23. These hate hoaxes are basically Reichstag Fires. The point is to do some minimal damage to your own side, pin it on the enemy, and then use the ensuing media coverage to justify greatly oppressing said enemy. But what do we call them? Rightside Fires? (right side of history).

    • Agree: Harry Baldwin
    • Replies: @King Baeksu
    @Anon


    “As Governor, I am also doing everything in my power to ensure our religious institutions are free from violence and intolerance. This week, we announced the launch of an additional $10 million grant program to help protect New York’s non-public schools and cultural centers, including religious-based institutions.
     
    Source: https://breaking911.com/hate-neo-nazi-graffiti-scrawled-inside-brooklyn-synagogue-photo-of-suspect-attached/

    If diversity is truly a strength, why is it so expensive to maintain?

    Replies: @bomag, @notanon

    , @J.Ross
    @Anon

    There is reason to believe that the Nazis were actually innocent of the Reichstag fire. Also that "big lie" quote is about all the mainstream newspapers in the Anglosphere coordinating lies about Imperial Germany, to make people want to go to WWI (as Robert Graves described in his autobiography, and as numerous others observed); it wasn't Hitler or Goebbels inexplicably telling people, "I am lying to you," as it is bizarrely now taken to mean.

    , @YetAnotherAnon
    @Anon

    It's a long time since AJP Taylor's Origins Of The Second World War came out, but there he says van der Lubbe did it, "just as he claimed".

    Has any new evidence come to light re the Reichstag Fire? Wikipedia will be useless on a topic like this.

    Replies: @dearieme

    , @Anonymous
    @Anon

    Nobody will report the follow-up, so either way it works.

  24. There were also drawings of the Puerto Rican flag and the words “Free PR,” cops said.

    Well, he’s right about one thing. Free us of PR.

    Did Mohammed move a mountain or was that just PR?

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Reg Cæsar


    Free us of PR.
     
    You beat me to it, Reg. Yeah, I'm on board with this psycho on the Puerto Rican thing. I mean, "on board" like I'll vote and protest for those poor downtrodden yearning for independence from the man, but I draw the line at pasting swa-stickers on the walls and setting fires in trash cans. Throwing eggs would be OK, so put me down for some of that egging.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

  25. @NJ Transit Commuter
    Sounds like the suspect has some mental issues, which should be taken into account.

    The most interesting part of the articles above was the couple that wanted to “foster an LGBTQ youth on the brink of aging out of the system.” I’m a selfish person, and would never do something as compassionate as raising a foster child. So I feel a bit sheepish for casting doubts on someone’s good intentions, but is it possible Mr. Waletzky was motivated by something other than compassion for wanted to foster a young adult gay man?

    Replies: @Harry Baldwin, @Rabbitnexus, @Reg Cæsar, @Anonymous, @The preferred nomenclature is...

    …but is it possible Mr. Waletzky was motivated by something other than compassion for wanted to foster a young adult gay man?

    Are you suggesting Ms Levison is the stereotypical JAP who won’t, well, you know what…?

  26. OT:

    Alex Jones-I’m a gay frog!!!

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @FKA Max

    Alex Jones hopping around in a frog suit singing "Look at me, I'm a gay frog" seems reasonably on-topic.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Reg Cæsar

  27. Reminds me of the David Hampton story.

  28. @FKA Max
    OT:

    Alex Jones-I'm a gay frog!!!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BOZ7su_Ahzo

    https://twitter.com/JordanUhl/status/1058439421983383554

    Replies: @Steve Sailer

    Alex Jones hopping around in a frog suit singing “Look at me, I’m a gay frog” seems reasonably on-topic.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @Steve Sailer

    There was a fluff story the other day about average breast sizes growing universally. Years ago Alex Jones reported that gay and hermaphroditic frogs were being found and the cuprit was environmental flooding with hormones. Probably the same thing which must increase our bust (and soy our boys). Jones was mocked by reporters, who didn't know (or didn't care) that he takes real articles and research papers, and simplifies them in order to popularize them. They called him obsessed with gay frogs.
    But yeah none of this has anything to do with gay black Democrats larping as Nazis.
    You know what else is irrelevant is the kappa, the Japanese frog goblin, who is thought of as gay.

    Replies: @Hippopotamusdrome

    , @Reg Cæsar
    @Steve Sailer


    Alex Jones hopping around in a frog suit singing “Look at me, I’m a gay frog” seems reasonably on-topic.
     
    How about this? You can't blame young white men for these crimes because they've ceased to exist:


    Millennial Men Leave Perplexing Hole in Hot U.S. Job Market
  29. @Anon
    @Clifford Brown

    An employee at the historic synagogue, on Eastern Parkway, found “Hitler,” “Jews better be ready” and “Die Jew rats, we are here!” written in black marker in the hallways and stairwells of the first, third and fourth floors on Thursday night, police said. …

    Thank Todd for the cameras. Ubiquity of cameras made UFO nonsense go away, and so many 'hate crimes' are being exposed as fakes.

    This makes us wonder how many 'hate crimes' in the past were real? Maybe most were hoaxes or pranks all along.

    UHO, or Unidentified Hate Objects are being identified.

    Replies: @MEH 0910, @Redneck farmer, @Anon

    Thank Todd for the cameras.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @MEH 0910

    I LOVED SCTV! Especially Gerry Todd!

    Replies: @MEH 0910

  30. @Clifford Brown
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=07Y0cy-nvAg

    Replies: @Bugg

    All three are Brooklyn secular Jews; rich spoiled brats who pretended to be some kind of rap Bowery Boys. Give them credit for discerning a marketing trend; and sampling Led Zeppelin didn’t hurt either. Adam Horowitz’s dad was exposed as a MeToo sort of guy who pressured his son’s former girlfriend into sex. But we won’t hear about that.

    • Replies: @Dave Pinsen
    @Bugg

    We heard about that in the New York Times. https://www.nytimes.com/2017/11/30/theater/israel-horovitz-sexual-misconduct.html

    Replies: @SporadicMyrmidon

  31. It becomes A Series of Extraordinary Turns of Events: Kavanaugh Accuser Admits She Lied

    ‘I was angry and I sent it’: Left wing activist to be investigated after she admitted she MADE UP rape claims against Kavanaugh because she ‘wanted attention’
    Kavanaugh accuser Judy Munro-Leighton has recanted the claims she made to the Senate Judiciary Committee alleging the Judge raped her
    On Friday Senator Chuck Grassley referred her to the Department of Justice for investigation for making false statements
    In September Senator Kamala Harris received a letter from a Jane Doe of Oceanside, California detailing being raped by Kavanaugh
    Munro-Leighton then emailed the Committee on October 3 claiming to be that Jane Doe, after the letter was made public
    But when she was questioned on Thursday via the phone, she said she was not the author of the letter and had never met Judge Kavanaugh before
    She admitted she just wanted to ‘get attention’ and that it was a ‘tactic’ and ploy’
    When asked if she ever met the Judge she said: ‘Oh Lord, no’
    Grassley said she was decades older than Kavanaugh and was based in Kentucky

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6348439/Kavanaugh-accuser-investigated-confessing-making-rape-claims.html

    • Replies: @YetAnotherAnon
    @J.Ross

    I see her letter was actually read out to Kavanaugh, who apparently orally raped her, then raped her "several times", accompanied by a friend who raped her several times as well.

    What can it feel like to have this stuff chucked at you in front of the world?

    (one wee point - the anonymous letter was already in the public domain when this lady claimed to be the author - a claim she's not retracted. So its quite possible some other person (or fruitcake) wrote it)

    Replies: @El Dato, @Jack D

  32. @Anon
    These hate hoaxes are basically Reichstag Fires. The point is to do some minimal damage to your own side, pin it on the enemy, and then use the ensuing media coverage to justify greatly oppressing said enemy. But what do we call them? Rightside Fires? (right side of history).

    Replies: @King Baeksu, @J.Ross, @YetAnotherAnon, @Anonymous

    “As Governor, I am also doing everything in my power to ensure our religious institutions are free from violence and intolerance. This week, we announced the launch of an additional $10 million grant program to help protect New York’s non-public schools and cultural centers, including religious-based institutions.

    Source: https://breaking911.com/hate-neo-nazi-graffiti-scrawled-inside-brooklyn-synagogue-photo-of-suspect-attached/

    If diversity is truly a strength, why is it so expensive to maintain?

    • Replies: @bomag
    @King Baeksu


    If diversity is truly a strength, why is it so expensive to maintain?
     
    It costs money to replace people.

    Also, don't let a crisis go to waste in duty to expanding the centralized state.
    , @notanon
    @King Baeksu

    hate hoaxes are a hate crime against the people being falsely accused

    and when hate hoaxes are also a scam to get public money it's fraud as well

  33. The discovery of the hate speech was so alarming that an event scheduled at the synagogue by “Broad City” star Ilana Glazer was canceled. …

    It’s practically like initiating the spaceship self-destruct sequence in a space trucker movie.

  34. Off topic, but after mulling your question when/why did Democrats / progressive go nuts? – I submit 20 June 2011 – the publication of Fifty Shades of Grey – “topped best-seller lists around the world, selling over 125 million copies”. The operative word in BDSM is sadism – from Marquis de Sade – declared insane 1803 and confined to Charenton Asylum. Progressives’ love of lost causes can only be described as masochism – to the point of madness…

  35. @Anon
    These hate hoaxes are basically Reichstag Fires. The point is to do some minimal damage to your own side, pin it on the enemy, and then use the ensuing media coverage to justify greatly oppressing said enemy. But what do we call them? Rightside Fires? (right side of history).

    Replies: @King Baeksu, @J.Ross, @YetAnotherAnon, @Anonymous

    There is reason to believe that the Nazis were actually innocent of the Reichstag fire. Also that “big lie” quote is about all the mainstream newspapers in the Anglosphere coordinating lies about Imperial Germany, to make people want to go to WWI (as Robert Graves described in his autobiography, and as numerous others observed); it wasn’t Hitler or Goebbels inexplicably telling people, “I am lying to you,” as it is bizarrely now taken to mean.

    • Agree: Roderick Spode
  36. Anon[425] • Disclaimer says:
    @Dave Pinsen
    @Anon

    You're ascribing Rube Goldberg rationalizations to a guy who struggled with black studies major?

    Replies: @Anon, @Anon

    You’re ascribing Rube Goldberg rationalizations to a guy who struggled with black studies major?

    Maybe both emotions were occurring at the same time. Having been taken care of by Jews, he wanted to do them a favor by scapegoating whites as ‘nazis’ and ‘supremacists’. After all, incidents like this build sympathy for Jews.
    But at the same time, maybe he wanted to hurt Jews because their patronizing ways made him feel small and ‘used’. Jayson Blair also said he felt ‘used’, and that’s why he burned down the ‘master’s house’. And of late, Kanye be saying he be used too, sheeeiiit.

    I still find stuff like this to be small potatoes. It’s the MSM’s lies about Syria that led to untold numbers of deaths and US proxy-support of terrorists. That is real hate and mass murder.

    • Agree: utu
    • Replies: @Dave Pinsen
    @Anon

    I suspect he’s mentally ill, maybe something with a manic component that fueled his gregariousness. And college being above his head offended him, and grievance studies radicalized him a bit.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer

  37. @Steve Sailer
    @FKA Max

    Alex Jones hopping around in a frog suit singing "Look at me, I'm a gay frog" seems reasonably on-topic.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Reg Cæsar

    There was a fluff story the other day about average breast sizes growing universally. Years ago Alex Jones reported that gay and hermaphroditic frogs were being found and the cuprit was environmental flooding with hormones. Probably the same thing which must increase our bust (and soy our boys). Jones was mocked by reporters, who didn’t know (or didn’t care) that he takes real articles and research papers, and simplifies them in order to popularize them. They called him obsessed with gay frogs.
    But yeah none of this has anything to do with gay black Democrats larping as Nazis.
    You know what else is irrelevant is the kappa, the Japanese frog goblin, who is thought of as gay.

    • Replies: @Hippopotamusdrome
    @J.Ross



    average breast sizes growing universally

     

    ... or women are just getting fat

    Replies: @J.Ross

  38. @Bugg
    @Clifford Brown

    All three are Brooklyn secular Jews; rich spoiled brats who pretended to be some kind of rap Bowery Boys. Give them credit for discerning a marketing trend; and sampling Led Zeppelin didn't hurt either. Adam Horowitz's dad was exposed as a MeToo sort of guy who pressured his son's former girlfriend into sex. But we won't hear about that.

    Replies: @Dave Pinsen

    • Replies: @SporadicMyrmidon
    @Dave Pinsen

    Once upon a time, boys and girls of different races could work on class projects together without needing to prove how woke they are. O tempora o mores:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lg_PNKah1ow

  39. “It becomes A Series of Extraordinary Turns of Events: Kavanaugh Accuser Admits She Lied.”

    That’s incredible. That should be a thread of its own. Will SNL apologize to Kanye West now? Or was censoring the guy and then using the next show to attack him a “New York thing”?

  40. identifies as queer and does not base attraction on gender

    What the heck does that mean??

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @International Jew



    identifies as queer and does not base attraction on gender
     
    What the heck does that mean??
     
    Elvis knew.

    Return to gender
    Address unknown...
    , @Anonymous
    @International Jew

    I had to do a double take on that line also. I assume it means he’s bi but refers to himself as gay. Or mostly gay. Or something.

    Replies: @larry lurker

    , @notanon
    @International Jew

    genderqueer = straight white narcissists larping as bisexual (older ones will be ex-goths)

    it's part of
    flight from white
    flight from male
    flight from straight

    , @Alfa158
    @International Jew

    I think it means he identifies himself has homosexual but nevertheless will have sex with anyone. Maybe he’s modeling himself on the pansexual Lando Calrissian in the Solo Star Wars movie that bombed.

    , @Anon
    @International Jew

    Something like this:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hMtZfW2z9dw

  41. @Anon
    So the arrested suspect is a black, gay, Democratic activist.
    They just ain’t making neo-Nazis like they used to …


    Well, maybe race is fluid and a social construct and Dolezal and Warren are right. White is black, white is red, black is nazi, etc.

    Pomo-Nazis.

    PS. If he attended college, why can't he draw a proper Swastika?

    Replies: @International Jew, @MikeatMikedotMike, @notanon, @tyrone

    Art is not a required subject in college. But college was not all for nought; the messages he scrawled were correct as to spelling and grammar. Definitely in the talented tenth.

    • LOL: Dan Hayes
  42. @Steve Sailer
    @FKA Max

    Alex Jones hopping around in a frog suit singing "Look at me, I'm a gay frog" seems reasonably on-topic.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Reg Cæsar

    Alex Jones hopping around in a frog suit singing “Look at me, I’m a gay frog” seems reasonably on-topic.

    How about this? You can’t blame young white men for these crimes because they’ve ceased to exist:

    Millennial Men Leave Perplexing Hole in Hot U.S. Job Market

  43. Anonymous[270] • Disclaimer says:
    @NJ Transit Commuter
    Sounds like the suspect has some mental issues, which should be taken into account.

    The most interesting part of the articles above was the couple that wanted to “foster an LGBTQ youth on the brink of aging out of the system.” I’m a selfish person, and would never do something as compassionate as raising a foster child. So I feel a bit sheepish for casting doubts on someone’s good intentions, but is it possible Mr. Waletzky was motivated by something other than compassion for wanted to foster a young adult gay man?

    Replies: @Harry Baldwin, @Rabbitnexus, @Reg Cæsar, @Anonymous, @The preferred nomenclature is...

    Sounds like the suspect has some mental issues, which should be taken into account.

    Yeah, I’d say so… If he could just team up with Florida Man they might spearhead a new Seminole-Rican fusion fascist movement of omnidirectional sexual orientation, doing the ethnic strife spadework whitebread Americans won’t do. If the Pittsburgh killer decided to become trans in jail they could have a whole American Crime Story season based purely on events of the past week

    • LOL: Almost Missouri
  44. @International Jew

    identifies as queer and does not base attraction on gender
     
    What the heck does that mean??

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Anonymous, @notanon, @Alfa158, @Anon

    identifies as queer and does not base attraction on gender

    What the heck does that mean??

    Elvis knew.

    Return to gender
    Address unknown…

    • LOL: Dtbb
  45. @Dave Pinsen
    @Bugg

    We heard about that in the New York Times. https://www.nytimes.com/2017/11/30/theater/israel-horovitz-sexual-misconduct.html

    Replies: @SporadicMyrmidon

    Once upon a time, boys and girls of different races could work on class projects together without needing to prove how woke they are. O tempora o mores:

  46. @Clifford Brown
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a2iB3H1qdiM

    Replies: @anon, @ThreeCranes, @FKA Max

    No mention on Democracy Now about Mr. Polite being black. If they ever report it they’ll blame white people for corrupting him. Every article on that site has “white supremacists” or “fascists” in the headline. They can’t scream loud enough.

    • Replies: @Altai
    @anon

    At the end of the day Amy Goodman went to live on a Kibbutz back in the day. Ethnic displacement of native peoples was cool so long as it was Jewish socialist ethnic displacement.

    Democracy Now! is interesting because they're a conflicted hybrid of SJW and real anti-system critiques. Given Goodman is a Jewish woman born in New York in the 50s it was inevitable she'd be highly supportive of mass migration but she does properly criticise Israel and the lobby. Seems like Trump pushed her and Juan over the edge, sad!

    Replies: @anonymous, @Anne Lid

    , @E e
    @anon

    "No mention on Democracy Now about Mr. Polite being black."

    That wouldn't be... Polite?

  47. Anonymous [AKA "baba galacticus"] says: • Website
    @Anon
    Did Mr. Impolite do this to hurt Jews or to hurt whites?

    If these acts of vandalism are meant to cast aspersions on 'white supremacists' and draw sympathy toward Jews, they are actually pro-Jewish and anti-white. They defame white people.

    Maybe Impolite came to hate Jews as condescending, patronizing, and more intelligent(with whom he couldn't keep up at Brandeis). Maybe he was driven by anti-Jewish feelings.

    But maybe he was trying to make Jews look good by hate-hoaxing 'white supremacists'.

    But then, the pro-Puerto-Rico message makes you wonder. Did he see browns as allies and Jews as rich white people?

    Replies: @Dave Pinsen, @Anonymous, @TelfoedJohn, @Hippopotamusdrome, @Ziggy Coaldust and The Groypers from Mars, @tyrone, @AnotherDad

    i am ABSOLUTELY NOT coddling or deflecting the actions of this young man if it is indeed the same person referenced in the NYT article but did ANY of the commenters actually read it?! it says, quite plainly, that he’s been diagnosed as BIPOLAR. the same sort of affliction as the Sandy Hook shooter.
    demonizing seems pointless & misplaced at the very least. a VERY strange tale to put it mildly but jumping up & down on this pathetic wretch seems absurd & uncharitable.that just becomes the go-to default reaction to everything these days without producing any useful, positive results.

    • Replies: @Henry's Cat
    @Anonymous

    I would have read it but I've passed my limit for free monthly articles at the NYT. And it must be the same person - he's 25 in the NYT and 26 now.

    Replies: @anonymous, @jb, @ScarletNumber

    , @Dieter Kief
    @Anonymous

    One more troubled mind. Thanks. I think that his aspect you bring up here is indeed important.

    This whole affair seems to be

    1) just one hilarious step further inside Steve Sailer's Coalition of the Fringes and/or

    2) one big notch up on the scale of the undetected and unresolved and just plainly neglected - public insanity.

    Or 3) to put it slightly different: One more chapter in the publicly unfolding story of the Regressive Left - and at the same time 3b) The Coddling of the American Mind. -

    PS

    This is a Tom Wolfe moment, too, isn't it- aren't here lots and lots of echoes of Mau_Mauing the Flak Catchers ?

    , @Anon
    @Anonymous

    it says, quite plainly, that he’s been diagnosed as BIPOLAR


    Bipolarity seems common among blacks. We see this sort of thing so often.

    If you've been told to hunt nazis but none are to be found, then I guess you gotta make some up.

    If you can't catch fish, just buy some at the market and say you caught them

    Replies: @Anon

    , @notanon
    @Anonymous


    demonizing seems pointless
     
    tell that to the media dishonestly demonizing white people
    , @ThreeCranes
    @Anonymous

    Bipolar? Oh, that explains everything. Thank you.

    I'm bipolar too. When I do something I regret later I claim that the other guy in me did it.

    Whatareyagunnado? The guy's got a mind of his own. I never hear about it till afterwards, when the dust's settled. And then I'm expected to pick up the pieces and put 'em back together. With selves like this who needs enemies?

    , @dr kill
    @Anonymous

    Bipolar is the least problem of this axe-grinding dunce. And telling the truth seems to me a very fine method of producing positive results, better than your hand-wringing.

    , @jb
    @Anonymous

    The point is not really the young man himself (people who do this sort of thing usually have something wrong with them), but the media reaction. If it had been a genuine White Nationalist this would have been a huge story with Much To Say about our Troubled Times, but as it is..., um..., what were we talking about again...?

  48. Anonymous [AKA "Geepa"] says:
    @MEH 0910
    @Anon


    Thank Todd for the cameras.
     
    https://media.giphy.com/media/9KWf7weTiwhZS/giphy.gif

    Replies: @Anonymous

    I LOVED SCTV! Especially Gerry Todd!

    • Replies: @MEH 0910
    @Anonymous

    Anon might also have been referring to Avrom Hirsch Goldbogen.

    http://www.barryrudolph.com/newtoys/toys17/graphics/todd-ao_logo.jpg

  49. @Anon
    @Dave Pinsen

    You’re ascribing Rube Goldberg rationalizations to a guy who struggled with black studies major?

    Maybe both emotions were occurring at the same time. Having been taken care of by Jews, he wanted to do them a favor by scapegoating whites as 'nazis' and 'supremacists'. After all, incidents like this build sympathy for Jews.
    But at the same time, maybe he wanted to hurt Jews because their patronizing ways made him feel small and 'used'. Jayson Blair also said he felt 'used', and that's why he burned down the 'master's house'. And of late, Kanye be saying he be used too, sheeeiiit.

    I still find stuff like this to be small potatoes. It's the MSM's lies about Syria that led to untold numbers of deaths and US proxy-support of terrorists. That is real hate and mass murder.

    Replies: @Dave Pinsen

    I suspect he’s mentally ill, maybe something with a manic component that fueled his gregariousness. And college being above his head offended him, and grievance studies radicalized him a bit.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @Dave Pinsen

    Sounds about right. And maybe he took a drug at a Halloween party that interacted badly with his bipolar medication, or something like that.

    Replies: @ACommenter

  50. I’m really impressed. Robert Mercer underwrote a deep cover operative for over a decade to activate him just before the midterms? I wonder if he was in the same program as the Kavanaugh “victims”? Very, very slick.

  51. @King Baeksu

    He is charged with criminal mischief as a hate crime and making graffiti, cops said.
     
    "Criminal mischief"? Enough with the kid-gloves treatment.

    Hoax hate crimes are themselves hate crimes, as they are intended to blood libel an entire race of people.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Big Bill, @AndrewR, @Kevin O'Keeffe

    They are also a hate crime because the hoaxer’s acts are intended to scare the crap out of the hoaxer’s own people.

    If some rabbi paints a swastika on the doors of a synagogue, for example, he is deliberately trying to scare Jews to death based on their religion.

    Now, he may be scaring them because he wants them to donate to his favorite anti-Nazi cause (a good thing), but nonetheless, his clear intention is to scare them and intimidate them.

    No more excuses for “good” race hoaxers. It does not matter that they are “fighting the good fight deep down inside”. It does not matter that the rabbi really likes his fellow Jews and is trying to save them by getting them to donate.

    All that matters is that he deliberately scared people based upon their protected group status.

  52. @Anon
    Did Mr. Impolite do this to hurt Jews or to hurt whites?

    If these acts of vandalism are meant to cast aspersions on 'white supremacists' and draw sympathy toward Jews, they are actually pro-Jewish and anti-white. They defame white people.

    Maybe Impolite came to hate Jews as condescending, patronizing, and more intelligent(with whom he couldn't keep up at Brandeis). Maybe he was driven by anti-Jewish feelings.

    But maybe he was trying to make Jews look good by hate-hoaxing 'white supremacists'.

    But then, the pro-Puerto-Rico message makes you wonder. Did he see browns as allies and Jews as rich white people?

    Replies: @Dave Pinsen, @Anonymous, @TelfoedJohn, @Hippopotamusdrome, @Ziggy Coaldust and The Groypers from Mars, @tyrone, @AnotherDad

    His adoptive parents seem to have been the types to fill him in on Jewish victimhood stories, so I’m guessing he was desperate for supply to meet demand in the hate crime business. I would not be surprised if his new parents put him up to it. Perhaps, like Fagin, they have a whole brood committing hate crimes to serve the cause.

    • Replies: @Buffalo Joe
    @TelfoedJohn

    Telfoed, A case of nurture over nature if there ever was one. A young, troubled black gay man advised and steered into the world by liberal Jews and placed into a environment where he could not cope or compete. Sad in a way.

    Replies: @TelfoedJohn, @njguy73

    , @Jack D
    @TelfoedJohn

    This is 180 degrees opposite to what happened. You couldn't possibly be more wrong. Polite resented Jew liberals as patronizing, and railed against Zionism. Humans naturally resent being in need of charity and hate those who help them. It was entirely predictable that Polite would bite the hand that fed him.

    In fact, you and Polite could be good buddies except for the fact that he hates white people too. But at least you agree on the Jew hating part.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Harry Baldwin

  53. Are the two James Polites really the same person? The photos are small, but the James Polite arrested for synagogue vandalism looks as though he has darker skin than the Brandeis James Polite and his facial features look different. The ages of the two and the Brooklyn setting do mesh, however. Also the fact that the “good” James Polite admitted that he had mental problems. It’s pretty clear that he wasn’t exactly Brandeis material and was probably pushed there by Ms. Quinn and his foster parents.

    The foster parents’ involvement with Polite seems rather strange, doesn’t it? If they were prosperous Brooklynites who considered themselves Polite’s “second set of parents,” couldn’t they have afforded the $856 for his school supplies? Why was he drawing from a fund that is supposed to help New York’s “neediest” people? Something seems to be missing here.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @Charlotte Allen

    I added a link to the Facebook page of Abraham Aali / James Polite at the bottom of the article, which mentions he "studied at Brandeis." He appears to suffer a psychotic break around 10/31 or 11/1, so I presume it is the guy who is under arrest for the graffiti on 11/1, because I doubt if there were two James Polites who went to Brandeis who were raving about Jews on 11/1.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Charlotte Allen, @Carol, @Harry Baldwin

    , @EdwardM
    @Charlotte Allen


    If they were prosperous Brooklynites who considered themselves Polite’s “second set of parents,” couldn’t they have afforded the $856 for his school supplies?
     
    They're of a certain, er, culture, that won't hesitate to take the free money, without regard to the potentially legitimately needy person to whom they are denying it.
  54. Would that be pronounced Po-lite or Pol-itay?

    • Replies: @FozzieT
    @Henry's Cat

    Would that be pronounced James or Ja-MEEZ? https://youtu.be/Dd7FixvoKBw

    , @Hibernian
    @Henry's Cat

    Probably the latter. I wonder if he is all or part Afro-Hispanic.

  55. @Charlotte Allen
    Are the two James Polites really the same person? The photos are small, but the James Polite arrested for synagogue vandalism looks as though he has darker skin than the Brandeis James Polite and his facial features look different. The ages of the two and the Brooklyn setting do mesh, however. Also the fact that the "good" James Polite admitted that he had mental problems. It's pretty clear that he wasn't exactly Brandeis material and was probably pushed there by Ms. Quinn and his foster parents.

    The foster parents' involvement with Polite seems rather strange, doesn't it? If they were prosperous Brooklynites who considered themselves Polite's "second set of parents," couldn't they have afforded the $856 for his school supplies? Why was he drawing from a fund that is supposed to help New York's "neediest" people? Something seems to be missing here.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @EdwardM

    I added a link to the Facebook page of Abraham Aali / James Polite at the bottom of the article, which mentions he “studied at Brandeis.” He appears to suffer a psychotic break around 10/31 or 11/1, so I presume it is the guy who is under arrest for the graffiti on 11/1, because I doubt if there were two James Polites who went to Brandeis who were raving about Jews on 11/1.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Steve Sailer

    Facebook post already scrubbed (surprise, surprise). Any screenshots?

    , @Charlotte Allen
    @Steve Sailer

    I checked the Facebook page but couldn't find any clear indication that Brandeis James Polite and Abraham Aali are the same person (have I missed something?--there does seem to be post from an F/B friend indicating that "Abraham Aali" is a recent name change). There are, however, the Brandeis and Brooklyn connections and Aali looks much more like James Polite. Also looks gay.

    But are either the James Polite who was arrested?

    Evidence in favor: 1) The F/B postings end on 11/1, the day of the graffiti vandalism. The vandal James Polite is presumably in jail right now and can't post on Facebook. 2) The identical ages of the two James Polites. 3) The fact that the Brandeis James Polite had severe mental problems that were clearly underplayed in the NYT "Neediest Cases" story.

    Evidence against: We have only that one photo of the vandal James Polite, taken from the rear, and I still can't find much facial resemblance between him and either the Brandeis James Polite or Abraham Aali.

    My prediction: I'll never find out, because this news story will simply disappear.

    Replies: @Flip, @Jack D

    , @Carol
    @Steve Sailer

    That's about the time in the semester I had my psychotic breaks, too.

    Do students still have to write papers? Take general ed requirements?

    , @Harry Baldwin
    @Steve Sailer

    I scrolled through his facebook page. Between the numerous links to hip-hop artists, there are a lot of weird posts going back months. Anti-Zionist comments, for which he is taken to task and apologizes; anti-black comments; on August 3 a long confused screed lashing out at gentrification and phony liberals. Sample paragraph:


    Tomorrow they'll protest the deportation of immigrants ( Yes , the same ones they seemed to not have cared about when the progressive democratic industrial complex sent millions packing, many DACA applications became paper statues of a dream deferred to be recycled like the capital of the I'm your white Savior social justice profiteer. It'll be good for a grant from a multi billion dollar transnational skycrapper white supremacy. (Yes, she is competing with the people of the Bubble which POC she can hire, it's starting to look like white people take home six figures for their lifetime of sacrifices to POC. Yes, they know what you're gonna say. As soon as they find a bubble safe token they'll be sure to objectify him and brandish like that overpriced culturally appropriated drink.
     
    His fb friends often express concerns about his mental state.

    The guy's clearly a mess. But aren't white guys who commit hate crimes also often mentally ill? Does it earn them any sympathy or forgiveness?

  56. @Anonymous
    @Anon

    i am ABSOLUTELY NOT coddling or deflecting the actions of this young man if it is indeed the same person referenced in the NYT article but did ANY of the commenters actually read it?! it says, quite plainly, that he's been diagnosed as BIPOLAR. the same sort of affliction as the Sandy Hook shooter.
    demonizing seems pointless & misplaced at the very least. a VERY strange tale to put it mildly but jumping up & down on this pathetic wretch seems absurd & uncharitable.that just becomes the go-to default reaction to everything these days without producing any useful, positive results.

    Replies: @Henry's Cat, @Dieter Kief, @Anon, @notanon, @ThreeCranes, @dr kill, @jb

    I would have read it but I’ve passed my limit for free monthly articles at the NYT. And it must be the same person – he’s 25 in the NYT and 26 now.

    • Replies: @anonymous
    @Henry's Cat

    Nice counter-trolling.

    , @jb
    @Henry's Cat

    Deleted your browser cookies and you'll reset the monthly count.

    I read everything in Private Mode, so cookies are deleted automatically whenever I exit the browser -- there is no real downside to this, and a lot to be gained in terms of privacy. (I use a different browser for those few sites where I do want to retain cookies).

    Replies: @Anon

    , @ScarletNumber
    @Henry's Cat


    but I’ve passed my limit for free monthly articles at the NYT
     
    On November 3?
  57. @Steve Sailer
    @Charlotte Allen

    I added a link to the Facebook page of Abraham Aali / James Polite at the bottom of the article, which mentions he "studied at Brandeis." He appears to suffer a psychotic break around 10/31 or 11/1, so I presume it is the guy who is under arrest for the graffiti on 11/1, because I doubt if there were two James Polites who went to Brandeis who were raving about Jews on 11/1.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Charlotte Allen, @Carol, @Harry Baldwin

    Facebook post already scrubbed (surprise, surprise). Any screenshots?

  58. @Dave Pinsen
    @Anon

    I suspect he’s mentally ill, maybe something with a manic component that fueled his gregariousness. And college being above his head offended him, and grievance studies radicalized him a bit.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer

    Sounds about right. And maybe he took a drug at a Halloween party that interacted badly with his bipolar medication, or something like that.

    • Replies: @ACommenter
    @Steve Sailer

    maybe but would the NYT and Jewish community be so forgiving if he were 'right wing' and white?

  59. We traced the vandal. THE GRAFFITTI IS COMING FROM INSIDE THE SYNAGOGUE

    • LOL: Almost Missouri
  60. “James Polite seems rather like a Blue State version of that Filipino-Italian-Fauxcahontas male stripper in Florida, Cesar Sayoc ….”

    It’s easy to see how a Polite black man can be an anti-semite, to wit Calypso Louie Farrakhan can be an engaging man but a raging anti-semite; but has anyone wondered how Fauxcahontas II, who identifies as a Seminole Indian, could be a white supremicist?

  61. @J.Ross
    @Steve Sailer

    There was a fluff story the other day about average breast sizes growing universally. Years ago Alex Jones reported that gay and hermaphroditic frogs were being found and the cuprit was environmental flooding with hormones. Probably the same thing which must increase our bust (and soy our boys). Jones was mocked by reporters, who didn't know (or didn't care) that he takes real articles and research papers, and simplifies them in order to popularize them. They called him obsessed with gay frogs.
    But yeah none of this has anything to do with gay black Democrats larping as Nazis.
    You know what else is irrelevant is the kappa, the Japanese frog goblin, who is thought of as gay.

    Replies: @Hippopotamusdrome

    average breast sizes growing universally

    … or women are just getting fat

    • Agree: Tyrion 2
    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @Hippopotamusdrome

    It's been happening to them younger and younger, and with young women who aren't fat.

  62. @Anon
    Did Mr. Impolite do this to hurt Jews or to hurt whites?

    If these acts of vandalism are meant to cast aspersions on 'white supremacists' and draw sympathy toward Jews, they are actually pro-Jewish and anti-white. They defame white people.

    Maybe Impolite came to hate Jews as condescending, patronizing, and more intelligent(with whom he couldn't keep up at Brandeis). Maybe he was driven by anti-Jewish feelings.

    But maybe he was trying to make Jews look good by hate-hoaxing 'white supremacists'.

    But then, the pro-Puerto-Rico message makes you wonder. Did he see browns as allies and Jews as rich white people?

    Replies: @Dave Pinsen, @Anonymous, @TelfoedJohn, @Hippopotamusdrome, @Ziggy Coaldust and The Groypers from Mars, @tyrone, @AnotherDad

    Maybe he was doing what he was told to do and has no opinion one way or te other.

  63. @Henry's Cat
    @Anonymous

    I would have read it but I've passed my limit for free monthly articles at the NYT. And it must be the same person - he's 25 in the NYT and 26 now.

    Replies: @anonymous, @jb, @ScarletNumber

    Nice counter-trolling.

  64. @Anonymous
    @Anon

    i am ABSOLUTELY NOT coddling or deflecting the actions of this young man if it is indeed the same person referenced in the NYT article but did ANY of the commenters actually read it?! it says, quite plainly, that he's been diagnosed as BIPOLAR. the same sort of affliction as the Sandy Hook shooter.
    demonizing seems pointless & misplaced at the very least. a VERY strange tale to put it mildly but jumping up & down on this pathetic wretch seems absurd & uncharitable.that just becomes the go-to default reaction to everything these days without producing any useful, positive results.

    Replies: @Henry's Cat, @Dieter Kief, @Anon, @notanon, @ThreeCranes, @dr kill, @jb

    One more troubled mind. Thanks. I think that his aspect you bring up here is indeed important.

    This whole affair seems to be

    1) just one hilarious step further inside Steve Sailer’s Coalition of the Fringes and/or

    2) one big notch up on the scale of the undetected and unresolved and just plainly neglected – public insanity.

    Or 3) to put it slightly different: One more chapter in the publicly unfolding story of the Regressive Left – and at the same time 3b) The Coddling of the American Mind. –

    PS

    This is a Tom Wolfe moment, too, isn’t it- aren’t here lots and lots of echoes of Mau_Mauing the Flak Catchers ?

  65. @anon
    @Clifford Brown

    No mention on Democracy Now about Mr. Polite being black. If they ever report it they'll blame white people for corrupting him. Every article on that site has "white supremacists" or "fascists" in the headline. They can't scream loud enough.

    Replies: @Altai, @E e

    At the end of the day Amy Goodman went to live on a Kibbutz back in the day. Ethnic displacement of native peoples was cool so long as it was Jewish socialist ethnic displacement.

    Democracy Now! is interesting because they’re a conflicted hybrid of SJW and real anti-system critiques. Given Goodman is a Jewish woman born in New York in the 50s it was inevitable she’d be highly supportive of mass migration but she does properly criticise Israel and the lobby. Seems like Trump pushed her and Juan over the edge, sad!

    • Replies: @anonymous
    @Altai

    Ms. Goodman does (did?) enable the journalism of Assange, Greenwald, et al, from time to time. So, bravo for exposing some of the rot.

    But my longstanding impression before moving on was that Democracy Now! is NPR for gifted kids. Both are intrinsically "Progressive," and neither would ever suggest that Imperial Washington ought not be in charge of everything, here and worldwide. What they want (assuming good faith) is a shinier city on a higher hill.

    , @Anne Lid
    @Altai

    I used to listen to Democracy Now. I haven't looked them up in a long time. Susan Lindauer was underwhelmed with her - Amy Goodman was not willing to give her publicity when she was locked up and unsure what would happen to her.

  66. It’s just more of that “multicultural white supremacy” rearing its ugly head. https://www.thedailybeast.com/why-young-men-of-color-are-joining-white-supremacist-groups?ref=home

  67. Anon[137] • Disclaimer says:

    A little different, but that initial article about the kid reminded me of Kashawn Campbell, the incredibly gifted black kid who got into US Berkeley, and immediately flunked out. Everyone was baffled. Such a promising young man. It just went to show how grade inflation had gotten out of control. But this kid at Brandeis isn’t funking out. He was looking to graduate with a Black Studies major. Come to think of it, the only class that Kashawn passed was in Black Studies. It seems to be an unflunkable major, tailor made for boneheads, and for radicalizing kids. How many hate hoaxes have been executed by black studies majors?

    http://www.latimes.com/local/la-me-c1-cal-freshmen-20130816-dto-htmlstory.html

    • Replies: @Dieter Kief
    @Anon

    Jordan B. Peterson is right: Just stop this academic nonsense of Racial Studies and Women Studies and the like. These studies are not only doing no good but they are also doing harm - especially to troubled minds - and Peterson is right again: There are much more troubled minds out there, then people like to think because nowadays it is much underestimated how difficult it is to grow up at least halfway sane.

    And Peterson is right with this one too: It does not help to develop animosities and/or hostility towards any kind of enemies out there to develop a sane mind and stay sane.

    (And all this is even more true for the deeply troubled mind - the more troubled you are, the more important it gets to cultivate what is left of your ability to act and think in reasonable ways...).

    , @Old Palo Altan
    @Anon

    I am delighted to learn that my alma mater is still ruthlessly shedding the "high fliers" from useless high schools whom they are required to accept if their "grade-point" average (what a useless instrument for determining anybody's real potential) reaches a pre-determined level.

    There is an amusing photo of poor Kashawn at Berkeley, ominously surrounded by sceptical if good-humoured Asians. What slaughter must have ensued (and I do feel sorry for him; his "stellar" performance in high school was an engineered lie dooming him to disappointment) during the subsequent weeks.

    But it was ever thus. I arrived at Berkeley in 1967 and it was common knowledge that remaining would not be as easy as getting in had been.

    Two acquaintances arrived a year after me: both had been publicly educated, but at Los Gatos High, a place light-years away from poor Kashawn's ghetto establishment. The student body was entirely white, and overwhelmingly middle class and higher. Both had "shone" during their four years there - one as an all-rounder, the other as a nerd of nerds type.

    Both were expected to shine equally brightly at Berkeley and both lasted less than a year. The all-rounder shrugged it off, while the poor nerd had a nervous breakdown.

    Thus did Berkeley keep its reputation: the nerds and the all-rounders have, like moths, never ceased chancing the all-consuming flame.

    Replies: @Jack D

    , @Ed
    @Anon

    While I don’t think he graduated he attended UC Berkeley up to 2015 at least. So if he flunked out it wasn’t immediately. Looks like he works for Primerica. He retweeted this on his feed


    https://twitter.com/WrestlingAtCal/status/562470727593361409?s=20

    https://mobile.twitter.com/kc062194?lang=en

    , @anon
    @Anon


    A little different, but that initial article about the kid reminded me of Kashawn Campbell, the incredibly gifted black kid who got into US Berkeley, and immediately flunked out. Everyone was baffled. Such a promising young man.
     
    maybe he didn't want all that pressure - The Great Black Hope
  68. Anon[137] • Disclaimer says:

    A little different, but that initial article about the kid reminded me of Kashawn Campbell, the incredibly gifted black kid who got into US Berkeley, and immediately flunked out. Everyone was baffled. Such a promising young man. It just went to show how grade inflation had gotten out of control. But this kid at Brandeis isn’t funking out. He was looking to graduate with a Black Studies major. Come to think of it, the only class that Kashawn passed was in Black Studies. It seems to be an unflunkable major, tailor made for boneheads, and for radicalizing kids. How many hate hoaxes have been executed by black studies majors?

    http://www.latimes.com/local/la-me-c1-cal-freshmen-20130816-dto-htmlstory.html

    By the way, the kid’s left ear in the chess photos and the surveillance cam photo is the same weird smallish, crushed, bent ear.

    • Replies: @dr kill
    @Anon

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/University_of_North_Carolina_academic-athletic_scandal

  69. Anon[425] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous
    @Anon

    i am ABSOLUTELY NOT coddling or deflecting the actions of this young man if it is indeed the same person referenced in the NYT article but did ANY of the commenters actually read it?! it says, quite plainly, that he's been diagnosed as BIPOLAR. the same sort of affliction as the Sandy Hook shooter.
    demonizing seems pointless & misplaced at the very least. a VERY strange tale to put it mildly but jumping up & down on this pathetic wretch seems absurd & uncharitable.that just becomes the go-to default reaction to everything these days without producing any useful, positive results.

    Replies: @Henry's Cat, @Dieter Kief, @Anon, @notanon, @ThreeCranes, @dr kill, @jb

    it says, quite plainly, that he’s been diagnosed as BIPOLAR

    Bipolarity seems common among blacks. We see this sort of thing so often.

    If you’ve been told to hunt nazis but none are to be found, then I guess you gotta make some up.

    If you can’t catch fish, just buy some at the market and say you caught them

    • Replies: @Anon
    @Anon

    "Bipolarity seems common among blacks. We see this sort of thing so often."


    In The Homo & The Negro, I consider, at one point, that the unfortunate individual who incarnates both, irreconcilable archetypes, would indeed suffer mental disturbances (eg, Michael Jackson), just like a mulatto.

  70. @Anon
    @Clifford Brown

    An employee at the historic synagogue, on Eastern Parkway, found “Hitler,” “Jews better be ready” and “Die Jew rats, we are here!” written in black marker in the hallways and stairwells of the first, third and fourth floors on Thursday night, police said. …

    Thank Todd for the cameras. Ubiquity of cameras made UFO nonsense go away, and so many 'hate crimes' are being exposed as fakes.

    This makes us wonder how many 'hate crimes' in the past were real? Maybe most were hoaxes or pranks all along.

    UHO, or Unidentified Hate Objects are being identified.

    Replies: @MEH 0910, @Redneck farmer, @Anon

    To quote Blue Oyster Cult, “he’s found the awful truth, Balthazar”.;)

  71. @Reg Cæsar

    There were also drawings of the Puerto Rican flag and the words “Free PR,” cops said.
     
    Well, he's right about one thing. Free us of PR.

    Did Mohammed move a mountain or was that just PR?

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    Free us of PR.

    You beat me to it, Reg. Yeah, I’m on board with this psycho on the Puerto Rican thing. I mean, “on board” like I’ll vote and protest for those poor downtrodden yearning for independence from the man, but I draw the line at pasting swa-stickers on the walls and setting fires in trash cans. Throwing eggs would be OK, so put me down for some of that egging.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Achmed E. Newman


    ...but I draw the line at pasting swa-stickers on the walls and setting fires in trash cans.
     
    Not to mention assassinating presidents.

    https://www.trumanlibrary.org/trivia/assassin.htm

    These guys' blunder was even worse than James Earl Ray's.

    Not that Truman didn't have it coming. Certainly more than the innocent cop they got instead.

    Replies: @Hhsiii

  72. “extraordinary”

    Not the word I would use.

    This guy appears to have “issues”, including probably some kind of genuine mental illness — yet it takes a kind of cynical intelligence, or cynical ‘Zeitgeist’ awareness, to mar a synagogue with Nazi graffiti, especially in the immediate aftermath of the Pittsburgh shootings.

    At the time of hurricane Katrina, a natural disaster, Mr Sailer was heavily criticized for writing that perhaps Blacks needed more guidance than modern ‘laissez-faire’ attitudes provided — nowadays it is more of a cultural disaster, with extreme SJW grievance mongering, ‘globohomo’ gender fluidity, etc etc — but maybe the same is true of Blacks in this context too.

    • Replies: @El Dato
    @eah

    This graph is the prevalence of births outside marriage?

    Great stuff, what's the numbers for 2018?

    Replies: @eah

  73. @Anon
    A little different, but that initial article about the kid reminded me of Kashawn Campbell, the incredibly gifted black kid who got into US Berkeley, and immediately flunked out. Everyone was baffled. Such a promising young man. It just went to show how grade inflation had gotten out of control. But this kid at Brandeis isn't funking out. He was looking to graduate with a Black Studies major. Come to think of it, the only class that Kashawn passed was in Black Studies. It seems to be an unflunkable major, tailor made for boneheads, and for radicalizing kids. How many hate hoaxes have been executed by black studies majors?

    http://www.latimes.com/local/la-me-c1-cal-freshmen-20130816-dto-htmlstory.html

    Replies: @Dieter Kief, @Old Palo Altan, @Ed, @anon

    Jordan B. Peterson is right: Just stop this academic nonsense of Racial Studies and Women Studies and the like. These studies are not only doing no good but they are also doing harm – especially to troubled minds – and Peterson is right again: There are much more troubled minds out there, then people like to think because nowadays it is much underestimated how difficult it is to grow up at least halfway sane.

    And Peterson is right with this one too: It does not help to develop animosities and/or hostility towards any kind of enemies out there to develop a sane mind and stay sane.

    (And all this is even more true for the deeply troubled mind – the more troubled you are, the more important it gets to cultivate what is left of your ability to act and think in reasonable ways…).

    • Agree: Abe
  74. @Anon
    So the arrested suspect is a black, gay, Democratic activist.
    They just ain’t making neo-Nazis like they used to …


    Well, maybe race is fluid and a social construct and Dolezal and Warren are right. White is black, white is red, black is nazi, etc.

    Pomo-Nazis.

    PS. If he attended college, why can't he draw a proper Swastika?

    Replies: @International Jew, @MikeatMikedotMike, @notanon, @tyrone

    He was thinking as a dumb white redneck who wouldn’t know how to draw a swastika correctly. Yes, he IS that clever.

    • Replies: @Anon
    @MikeatMikedotMike

    He was thinking as a dumb white redneck who wouldn’t know how to draw a swastika correctly. Yes, he IS that clever.

    Or maybe it was a funky Basquiat-like take on the Swastika. He should auction it.

  75. anonymous[340] • Disclaimer says:
    @Altai
    @anon

    At the end of the day Amy Goodman went to live on a Kibbutz back in the day. Ethnic displacement of native peoples was cool so long as it was Jewish socialist ethnic displacement.

    Democracy Now! is interesting because they're a conflicted hybrid of SJW and real anti-system critiques. Given Goodman is a Jewish woman born in New York in the 50s it was inevitable she'd be highly supportive of mass migration but she does properly criticise Israel and the lobby. Seems like Trump pushed her and Juan over the edge, sad!

    Replies: @anonymous, @Anne Lid

    Ms. Goodman does (did?) enable the journalism of Assange, Greenwald, et al, from time to time. So, bravo for exposing some of the rot.

    But my longstanding impression before moving on was that Democracy Now! is NPR for gifted kids. Both are intrinsically “Progressive,” and neither would ever suggest that Imperial Washington ought not be in charge of everything, here and worldwide. What they want (assuming good faith) is a shinier city on a higher hill.

  76. @Clifford Brown
    Unfortunately, not terribly suprising.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=80&v=wvDFf-9rW88

    Replies: @Anon, @ThreeCranes, @notanon, @Paul Jolliffe

    Public Advocate (?) Leticia James says “….these disgusting acts of violence and hate have absolutely no place in our city….”

    Well, obviously they do. They are part of your city.

    Also, why is he being charged with a hate crime?

    In the first place, what constitutes a “hate crime”? And secondly, what evidence is there that this guy engaged in hate rather than just plain old assault? Was he yelling “Die Jew Rat!” as he swung the stick?

    Or is it now the case that any crime against a Jew a “hate crime”. If so then we are a nation with two sets of laws. One for a privileged caste of religious elect and another for the masses (whom Jewish activists of the 60’s and 70’s claim to have cared so much about).

    Great. I live in a country dominated by Jewish Brahmins. Attended by their stick wielding critics.

    • Replies: @El Dato
    @ThreeCranes


    And secondly, what evidence is there that this guy engaged in hate rather than just plain old assault? Was he yelling “Die Jew Rat!” as he swung the stick?
     
    If he did it with a German Accent ("DEEE JUU RUTT!") then yes. At least it was not a machete.

    Or is it now the case that any crime against a Jew a “hate crime”. If so then we are a nation with two sets of laws.
     
    Uhh..... you know it's 2018, do you? Multiple sets of laws are in force. It's like a Spielberg Sci-Fi movie that doesn't make any sense, is very diverse and tries to teach a message about some kind of morality but it's so muddied that no-one is sure what it is.
  77. “Keeping Yiddish culture alive strikes me as a worthy and inherently conservative undertaking.”

    To conserve that which is inimical to the good is never a good thing. Yiddish culture is Rabbinical Jewish – virulently anti-Christ and for close to 200n years wedded anti-white Gentile – to Germanicism and therefore as pernicious as Hell.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @Jake

    Thank you for your psychotic ravings. Remember to take your meds.

    The Josh Waletsky version of Yiddish cultures was expressly secular and NOT rabbinical. It grew out of the Bundist movement. Bundism was social democratic labor movement, roughly equivalent to the Labour Party in Britain - i.e. soft left and not hard left but nevertheless atheist. The European left (and not just Communists) rejected religion a long time ago, because the Leftist religion was incompatible with traditional religion - in order to embrace one you had to reject the other.

    American Bundism has pretty much literally died out, except for a handful of die hards like Waletsky. Most non- ultra religious American Jews did not teach their kids Yiddish. Yiddish now is largely in the hands of the ultra-Orthodox, who are not interested in Yiddish literature, poetry, song, etc. but this has nothing to do with the Waletsky version of Yiddish culture.

    Replies: @YetAnotherAnon, @moshe

    , @James Forrestal
    @Jake

    lol

    Looks like you triggered an outburst of toxic, hate-filled semiticism with that one.
    Hit a little too close to home, apparently.

  78. @Clifford Brown
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a2iB3H1qdiM

    Replies: @anon, @ThreeCranes, @FKA Max

    Ilana Glazer says, “..I know this country. This country was built on white supremacy. And was born out of white supremacy…”

    No, Ilana, it was built on white competency.

    You Jews better watch what you say. If this is your message then you’ve got a fight on your hands. Ignorant b*tches like this are going to get you guys in a lot of trouble. You can’t blame this on other people. You’re provoking the fight and one’s coming your way if this is the tack you’re going to take. You’re threatening us, we whites. You’ve thrown down the gauntlet with these abusive lies.

  79. Maybe he went nuts and on his vandalism spree when he realized his foster parents basically treated him as a pet?

    Seriously, what is wrong with that couple? They have the type of human rescue they want to foster down to a type of which that even in NYC has to be a tiny group, and then has the nerve to call in a correction to the NYT to make sure the extent of their virtue signaling is precisely laid out? This sort of adoption isn’t about the welfare of the child at all, it’s about the enormous egos of the prospective parents.

    This guy might be bipolar, but if he’s pissed at these two, he’s not crazy.

    • Agree: Kylie
    • Replies: @Russell Upvittles
    @Arclight

    "They have the type of human rescue they want to foster down to a type of which that even in NYC has to be a tiny group, and then has the nerve to call in a correction to the NYT to make sure the extent of their virtue signaling is precisely laid out?"

    This was gold, man! Well put.

  80. Hollywood/NYC TV remaking the case for the masses to consume:

    The young man would be of Irish ancestry, somehow tied to Whitey Bulger’s crimes. The selfless, high IQ Jews would take pity on him because of his opioid addicted family – which had absolutely nothing to do with any Jewish owned/controlled pharmaceutical company, nor any Jewish owned/controlled hospitals or physicians groups. He would have been molested by at least 1 Catholic priest, who would have been an anti-Semite and arch-conservative – certainly not one of the Pope Francis gay Liberals who virtually adore Jews and back all things gay and in turn are given gifts by Jews so they can fight homophobes and anti-Semites.

    He would have gone crazy and embraced conservatism and anti-Semitism because at Brandeis he met another poor white trash student on Jewish scholarship. A redneck, a hillbilly from down south, whose ancestors surely lynched at least 100 angelic Numinous Negroes, as well as made certain no Jews could live within 100 miles of their ‘hollar,’ which was filled with men marrying 13 year old girls and raping male hikers and other gentle, caring souls who vote Liberal, whilst whistling Dixie and tattooing Confederate Battle Flags on one another. The peckerwood persuaded the Mick that South and Southie had deep meaning and should align to slaughter Jews, Numinous Negroes and other peoples who were their moral and intellectual superiors. And so the Mick spray painted evil on the synagogue.

    The moral of the story? Hate the deplorable white trash and keep stamping on its barely human face forever while working tirelessly to uplift Numinous Negroes, Mohammedans, and gays – especially those who sodomize white boys.

    • LOL: Dan Hayes
  81. @Anonymous
    @MEH 0910

    I LOVED SCTV! Especially Gerry Todd!

    Replies: @MEH 0910

    Anon might also have been referring to Avrom Hirsch Goldbogen.

  82. @Anon
    Did Mr. Impolite do this to hurt Jews or to hurt whites?

    If these acts of vandalism are meant to cast aspersions on 'white supremacists' and draw sympathy toward Jews, they are actually pro-Jewish and anti-white. They defame white people.

    Maybe Impolite came to hate Jews as condescending, patronizing, and more intelligent(with whom he couldn't keep up at Brandeis). Maybe he was driven by anti-Jewish feelings.

    But maybe he was trying to make Jews look good by hate-hoaxing 'white supremacists'.

    But then, the pro-Puerto-Rico message makes you wonder. Did he see browns as allies and Jews as rich white people?

    Replies: @Dave Pinsen, @Anonymous, @TelfoedJohn, @Hippopotamusdrome, @Ziggy Coaldust and The Groypers from Mars, @tyrone, @AnotherDad

    I’m betting that spending years of his life on the most Jewish campus in the country, struggling to keep up with his Jewish classmates, who mostly saw him as little more than an intersectional box-ticking diversity pet, was enough to push him past the final frontier of wokeness on the subject of his classmates.

    People in the throws of manic upswings aren’t strategic enough to pull off hoaxes and are much more likely to simply follow the desires of their id.

    • Replies: @Sleep
    @Ziggy Coaldust and The Groypers from Mars

    I agree. I wouldn't call this a hate hoax or a false flag. Blacks can hate Jews too, just as they can hate whites, Mexicans, and even other blacks. The swastika sharpens the bite of the words, and we shouldn't assume that only white Nazis can use that symbol.

  83. sounds like a failed* attempt to create another Barack Obama

    (*unless he was trying to help the anti-white narrative but got caught)

  84. @Anon
    So the arrested suspect is a black, gay, Democratic activist.
    They just ain’t making neo-Nazis like they used to …


    Well, maybe race is fluid and a social construct and Dolezal and Warren are right. White is black, white is red, black is nazi, etc.

    Pomo-Nazis.

    PS. If he attended college, why can't he draw a proper Swastika?

    Replies: @International Jew, @MikeatMikedotMike, @notanon, @tyrone

    If he attended college, why can’t he draw a proper Swastika?

    i wonder if there’s a psychological reason hoaxers don’t draw them properly – like a kind of superstitious thing

    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
    @notanon


    i wonder if there’s a psychological reason hoaxers don’t draw them properly – like a kind of superstitious thing
     
    Perhaps. Maybe they are afraid of invoking some kind of aryan rune-magic.
    , @Inquiring Mind
    @notanon

    Is it like Colonel Hogan, the eponymous character of "Hogan's Heroes" weakly returning a Hitler salute when he was impersonating a German officer on a mission with the resistance?

    "I am giving the Hitler salute, but my loyalties are to the Allies, so I don't really mean it."

    Replies: @notanon

  85. @Clifford Brown
    Unfortunately, not terribly suprising.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=80&v=wvDFf-9rW88

    Replies: @Anon, @ThreeCranes, @notanon, @Paul Jolliffe

    democrat voters taking media incitement to attack Trump voters literally

  86. @International Jew

    identifies as queer and does not base attraction on gender
     
    What the heck does that mean??

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Anonymous, @notanon, @Alfa158, @Anon

    I had to do a double take on that line also. I assume it means he’s bi but refers to himself as gay. Or mostly gay. Or something.

    • Replies: @larry lurker
    @Anonymous

    I assume any male running around calling themselves queer is just gay, but there's a sense in which being queer is more "woke" than simply being bi: Bisexuals are only attracted to males and females, whether they're cis or trans. Very limited dating pool. But if you're "queer" and gender doesn't factor into whether you're attracted to someone, that means you're open to relationships with "genderqueer"/non-binary individuals as well.

  87. @King Baeksu
    @Anon


    “As Governor, I am also doing everything in my power to ensure our religious institutions are free from violence and intolerance. This week, we announced the launch of an additional $10 million grant program to help protect New York’s non-public schools and cultural centers, including religious-based institutions.
     
    Source: https://breaking911.com/hate-neo-nazi-graffiti-scrawled-inside-brooklyn-synagogue-photo-of-suspect-attached/

    If diversity is truly a strength, why is it so expensive to maintain?

    Replies: @bomag, @notanon

    If diversity is truly a strength, why is it so expensive to maintain?

    It costs money to replace people.

    Also, don’t let a crisis go to waste in duty to expanding the centralized state.

  88. @King Baeksu
    @Anon


    “As Governor, I am also doing everything in my power to ensure our religious institutions are free from violence and intolerance. This week, we announced the launch of an additional $10 million grant program to help protect New York’s non-public schools and cultural centers, including religious-based institutions.
     
    Source: https://breaking911.com/hate-neo-nazi-graffiti-scrawled-inside-brooklyn-synagogue-photo-of-suspect-attached/

    If diversity is truly a strength, why is it so expensive to maintain?

    Replies: @bomag, @notanon

    hate hoaxes are a hate crime against the people being falsely accused

    and when hate hoaxes are also a scam to get public money it’s fraud as well

  89. It sometimes seems as if Providences organizes things to create the perfect isteve material. Or Steve is just an excellent observer of human nature.

  90. @International Jew

    identifies as queer and does not base attraction on gender
     
    What the heck does that mean??

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Anonymous, @notanon, @Alfa158, @Anon

    genderqueer = straight white narcissists larping as bisexual (older ones will be ex-goths)

    it’s part of
    flight from white
    flight from male
    flight from straight

  91. @Anonymous
    @Anon

    i am ABSOLUTELY NOT coddling or deflecting the actions of this young man if it is indeed the same person referenced in the NYT article but did ANY of the commenters actually read it?! it says, quite plainly, that he's been diagnosed as BIPOLAR. the same sort of affliction as the Sandy Hook shooter.
    demonizing seems pointless & misplaced at the very least. a VERY strange tale to put it mildly but jumping up & down on this pathetic wretch seems absurd & uncharitable.that just becomes the go-to default reaction to everything these days without producing any useful, positive results.

    Replies: @Henry's Cat, @Dieter Kief, @Anon, @notanon, @ThreeCranes, @dr kill, @jb

    demonizing seems pointless

    tell that to the media dishonestly demonizing white people

  92. @Anonymous
    @Anon

    i am ABSOLUTELY NOT coddling or deflecting the actions of this young man if it is indeed the same person referenced in the NYT article but did ANY of the commenters actually read it?! it says, quite plainly, that he's been diagnosed as BIPOLAR. the same sort of affliction as the Sandy Hook shooter.
    demonizing seems pointless & misplaced at the very least. a VERY strange tale to put it mildly but jumping up & down on this pathetic wretch seems absurd & uncharitable.that just becomes the go-to default reaction to everything these days without producing any useful, positive results.

    Replies: @Henry's Cat, @Dieter Kief, @Anon, @notanon, @ThreeCranes, @dr kill, @jb

    Bipolar? Oh, that explains everything. Thank you.

    I’m bipolar too. When I do something I regret later I claim that the other guy in me did it.

    Whatareyagunnado? The guy’s got a mind of his own. I never hear about it till afterwards, when the dust’s settled. And then I’m expected to pick up the pieces and put ’em back together. With selves like this who needs enemies?

  93. @Steve Sailer
    @Dave Pinsen

    Sounds about right. And maybe he took a drug at a Halloween party that interacted badly with his bipolar medication, or something like that.

    Replies: @ACommenter

    maybe but would the NYT and Jewish community be so forgiving if he were ‘right wing’ and white?

  94. @Steve Sailer
    @Charlotte Allen

    I added a link to the Facebook page of Abraham Aali / James Polite at the bottom of the article, which mentions he "studied at Brandeis." He appears to suffer a psychotic break around 10/31 or 11/1, so I presume it is the guy who is under arrest for the graffiti on 11/1, because I doubt if there were two James Polites who went to Brandeis who were raving about Jews on 11/1.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Charlotte Allen, @Carol, @Harry Baldwin

    I checked the Facebook page but couldn’t find any clear indication that Brandeis James Polite and Abraham Aali are the same person (have I missed something?–there does seem to be post from an F/B friend indicating that “Abraham Aali” is a recent name change). There are, however, the Brandeis and Brooklyn connections and Aali looks much more like James Polite. Also looks gay.

    But are either the James Polite who was arrested?

    Evidence in favor: 1) The F/B postings end on 11/1, the day of the graffiti vandalism. The vandal James Polite is presumably in jail right now and can’t post on Facebook. 2) The identical ages of the two James Polites. 3) The fact that the Brandeis James Polite had severe mental problems that were clearly underplayed in the NYT “Neediest Cases” story.

    Evidence against: We have only that one photo of the vandal James Polite, taken from the rear, and I still can’t find much facial resemblance between him and either the Brandeis James Polite or Abraham Aali.

    My prediction: I’ll never find out, because this news story will simply disappear.

    • Replies: @Flip
    @Charlotte Allen

    The arrestee is from Bed-Stuy as is the Brandeis guy.

    , @Jack D
    @Charlotte Allen

    Quinn now acknowledges that the arrested James Polite is the same guy:

    https://twitter.com/chriscquinn

  95. @Steve Sailer
    @Charlotte Allen

    I added a link to the Facebook page of Abraham Aali / James Polite at the bottom of the article, which mentions he "studied at Brandeis." He appears to suffer a psychotic break around 10/31 or 11/1, so I presume it is the guy who is under arrest for the graffiti on 11/1, because I doubt if there were two James Polites who went to Brandeis who were raving about Jews on 11/1.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Charlotte Allen, @Carol, @Harry Baldwin

    That’s about the time in the semester I had my psychotic breaks, too.

    Do students still have to write papers? Take general ed requirements?

  96. What struck me from this story(as well as many stories everywhere)is how many people in America do not have real jobs.
    Crazy ass job titles that I am sure pay well but do nothing useful whatsoever.
    Are there that many people who have no skills in our decadent society?
    I don’t think this was always the case.
    I also don’t think this will always obtain either.
    Woe is us when it changes back.

  97. Silly Unzers! It doesn’t matter whether the hater is black or white. Orange Man still bad.

  98. @Steve Sailer
    @Charlotte Allen

    I added a link to the Facebook page of Abraham Aali / James Polite at the bottom of the article, which mentions he "studied at Brandeis." He appears to suffer a psychotic break around 10/31 or 11/1, so I presume it is the guy who is under arrest for the graffiti on 11/1, because I doubt if there were two James Polites who went to Brandeis who were raving about Jews on 11/1.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Charlotte Allen, @Carol, @Harry Baldwin

    I scrolled through his facebook page. Between the numerous links to hip-hop artists, there are a lot of weird posts going back months. Anti-Zionist comments, for which he is taken to task and apologizes; anti-black comments; on August 3 a long confused screed lashing out at gentrification and phony liberals. Sample paragraph:

    Tomorrow they’ll protest the deportation of immigrants ( Yes , the same ones they seemed to not have cared about when the progressive democratic industrial complex sent millions packing, many DACA applications became paper statues of a dream deferred to be recycled like the capital of the I’m your white Savior social justice profiteer. It’ll be good for a grant from a multi billion dollar transnational skycrapper white supremacy. (Yes, she is competing with the people of the Bubble which POC she can hire, it’s starting to look like white people take home six figures for their lifetime of sacrifices to POC. Yes, they know what you’re gonna say. As soon as they find a bubble safe token they’ll be sure to objectify him and brandish like that overpriced culturally appropriated drink.

    His fb friends often express concerns about his mental state.

    The guy’s clearly a mess. But aren’t white guys who commit hate crimes also often mentally ill? Does it earn them any sympathy or forgiveness?

  99. @International Jew

    identifies as queer and does not base attraction on gender
     
    What the heck does that mean??

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Anonymous, @notanon, @Alfa158, @Anon

    I think it means he identifies himself has homosexual but nevertheless will have sex with anyone. Maybe he’s modeling himself on the pansexual Lando Calrissian in the Solo Star Wars movie that bombed.

  100. @Henry's Cat
    Would that be pronounced Po-lite or Pol-itay?

    Replies: @FozzieT, @Hibernian

    Would that be pronounced James or Ja-MEEZ?

  101. Anon[216] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anon
    @Clifford Brown

    An employee at the historic synagogue, on Eastern Parkway, found “Hitler,” “Jews better be ready” and “Die Jew rats, we are here!” written in black marker in the hallways and stairwells of the first, third and fourth floors on Thursday night, police said. …

    Thank Todd for the cameras. Ubiquity of cameras made UFO nonsense go away, and so many 'hate crimes' are being exposed as fakes.

    This makes us wonder how many 'hate crimes' in the past were real? Maybe most were hoaxes or pranks all along.

    UHO, or Unidentified Hate Objects are being identified.

    Replies: @MEH 0910, @Redneck farmer, @Anon

    “Ubiquity of cameras made UFO nonsense go away”

    Yes, no more of those all too common sightings in the middle of busy intersections of big cities. I thought all you ‘skeptics’ said only rural trailer trash ever saw them; not many surveillance cameras there. I also thought ‘the govt admitted it was a psy-op to discredit sightings of actual test craft’ was the explanation. You guys need to get your stories straight.

  102. @Anon
    @Anonymous

    it says, quite plainly, that he’s been diagnosed as BIPOLAR


    Bipolarity seems common among blacks. We see this sort of thing so often.

    If you've been told to hunt nazis but none are to be found, then I guess you gotta make some up.

    If you can't catch fish, just buy some at the market and say you caught them

    Replies: @Anon

    “Bipolarity seems common among blacks. We see this sort of thing so often.”

    In The Homo & The Negro, I consider, at one point, that the unfortunate individual who incarnates both, irreconcilable archetypes, would indeed suffer mental disturbances (eg, Michael Jackson), just like a mulatto.

  103. @Anon
    These hate hoaxes are basically Reichstag Fires. The point is to do some minimal damage to your own side, pin it on the enemy, and then use the ensuing media coverage to justify greatly oppressing said enemy. But what do we call them? Rightside Fires? (right side of history).

    Replies: @King Baeksu, @J.Ross, @YetAnotherAnon, @Anonymous

    It’s a long time since AJP Taylor’s Origins Of The Second World War came out, but there he says van der Lubbe did it, “just as he claimed“.

    Has any new evidence come to light re the Reichstag Fire? Wikipedia will be useless on a topic like this.

    • Replies: @dearieme
    @YetAnotherAnon

    As far as I know relevant historians mostly incline to think that the nutty, commie Dutchman really did do it himself. Again as far as I know, that's been true for decades. In fact, given that, maybe opinion will now swing again.

    Anyway, it has never been remotely clear that it was a Nazi plot. Given that we are discussing Nazis and Commies, what can the layman say but that either set of evil bastards mighty have done it if they'd thought of it?

  104. @Henry's Cat
    Would that be pronounced Po-lite or Pol-itay?

    Replies: @FozzieT, @Hibernian

    Probably the latter. I wonder if he is all or part Afro-Hispanic.

  105. @Arclight
    Maybe he went nuts and on his vandalism spree when he realized his foster parents basically treated him as a pet?

    Seriously, what is wrong with that couple? They have the type of human rescue they want to foster down to a type of which that even in NYC has to be a tiny group, and then has the nerve to call in a correction to the NYT to make sure the extent of their virtue signaling is precisely laid out? This sort of adoption isn't about the welfare of the child at all, it's about the enormous egos of the prospective parents.

    This guy might be bipolar, but if he's pissed at these two, he's not crazy.

    Replies: @Russell Upvittles

    “They have the type of human rescue they want to foster down to a type of which that even in NYC has to be a tiny group, and then has the nerve to call in a correction to the NYT to make sure the extent of their virtue signaling is precisely laid out?”

    This was gold, man! Well put.

  106. @J.Ross
    It becomes A Series of Extraordinary Turns of Events: Kavanaugh Accuser Admits She Lied

    'I was angry and I sent it': Left wing activist to be investigated after she admitted she MADE UP rape claims against Kavanaugh because she 'wanted attention'
    Kavanaugh accuser Judy Munro-Leighton has recanted the claims she made to the Senate Judiciary Committee alleging the Judge raped her
    On Friday Senator Chuck Grassley referred her to the Department of Justice for investigation for making false statements
    In September Senator Kamala Harris received a letter from a Jane Doe of Oceanside, California detailing being raped by Kavanaugh
    Munro-Leighton then emailed the Committee on October 3 claiming to be that Jane Doe, after the letter was made public
    But when she was questioned on Thursday via the phone, she said she was not the author of the letter and had never met Judge Kavanaugh before
    She admitted she just wanted to 'get attention' and that it was a 'tactic' and ploy'
    When asked if she ever met the Judge she said: 'Oh Lord, no'
    Grassley said she was decades older than Kavanaugh and was based in Kentucky

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6348439/Kavanaugh-accuser-investigated-confessing-making-rape-claims.html

    Replies: @YetAnotherAnon

    I see her letter was actually read out to Kavanaugh, who apparently orally raped her, then raped her “several times”, accompanied by a friend who raped her several times as well.

    What can it feel like to have this stuff chucked at you in front of the world?

    (one wee point – the anonymous letter was already in the public domain when this lady claimed to be the author – a claim she’s not retracted. So its quite possible some other person (or fruitcake) wrote it)

    • Replies: @El Dato
    @YetAnotherAnon

    "Bitches know my stamina is amazing!"

    Expect movies "proving" such assertions produced by antagonistic neural networks before long.

    , @Jack D
    @YetAnotherAnon

    The author claimed to be from California in the letter while this lady is from Kentucky. However, she could have been lying about that too in the letter just to throw people off of her trail.

    The sad part is that this is in the Daily Mail while the false allegations against Kav were front page for weeks in the NY Times.

    This woman deserves jail time for making false statements to Congressional investigators. I hope the Federal prosecutors follow up on this - hopefully it will discourage such crimes in the future.

    Replies: @L Woods, @Jim Don Bob, @res

  107. @Anonymous
    @Anon

    i am ABSOLUTELY NOT coddling or deflecting the actions of this young man if it is indeed the same person referenced in the NYT article but did ANY of the commenters actually read it?! it says, quite plainly, that he's been diagnosed as BIPOLAR. the same sort of affliction as the Sandy Hook shooter.
    demonizing seems pointless & misplaced at the very least. a VERY strange tale to put it mildly but jumping up & down on this pathetic wretch seems absurd & uncharitable.that just becomes the go-to default reaction to everything these days without producing any useful, positive results.

    Replies: @Henry's Cat, @Dieter Kief, @Anon, @notanon, @ThreeCranes, @dr kill, @jb

    Bipolar is the least problem of this axe-grinding dunce. And telling the truth seems to me a very fine method of producing positive results, better than your hand-wringing.

  108. @Anon
    These hate hoaxes are basically Reichstag Fires. The point is to do some minimal damage to your own side, pin it on the enemy, and then use the ensuing media coverage to justify greatly oppressing said enemy. But what do we call them? Rightside Fires? (right side of history).

    Replies: @King Baeksu, @J.Ross, @YetAnotherAnon, @Anonymous

    Nobody will report the follow-up, so either way it works.

  109. @Charlotte Allen
    @Steve Sailer

    I checked the Facebook page but couldn't find any clear indication that Brandeis James Polite and Abraham Aali are the same person (have I missed something?--there does seem to be post from an F/B friend indicating that "Abraham Aali" is a recent name change). There are, however, the Brandeis and Brooklyn connections and Aali looks much more like James Polite. Also looks gay.

    But are either the James Polite who was arrested?

    Evidence in favor: 1) The F/B postings end on 11/1, the day of the graffiti vandalism. The vandal James Polite is presumably in jail right now and can't post on Facebook. 2) The identical ages of the two James Polites. 3) The fact that the Brandeis James Polite had severe mental problems that were clearly underplayed in the NYT "Neediest Cases" story.

    Evidence against: We have only that one photo of the vandal James Polite, taken from the rear, and I still can't find much facial resemblance between him and either the Brandeis James Polite or Abraham Aali.

    My prediction: I'll never find out, because this news story will simply disappear.

    Replies: @Flip, @Jack D

    The arrestee is from Bed-Stuy as is the Brandeis guy.

  110. @Clifford Brown
    Unfortunately, not terribly suprising.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=80&v=wvDFf-9rW88

    Replies: @Anon, @ThreeCranes, @notanon, @Paul Jolliffe

    No, not surprising at all.

    But with the crucial midterm elections only 72 hours away, I predict we are not done seeing this sort of stupidity.

    And any further “events” may not be solely done by amateur nut-jobs. I wouldn’t bet against professional agitators/operatives cooking up one more newsworthy event with yet another “useful idiot”, such as Cesar Sayoc.

    Liberal universities are filled with hardcore leftists who hate, hate, hate the political right. None of those haters are stupid/evil enough to pull a false-flag on a college campus, are they?

    I think everyone everywhere ought to be very alert and maintain a high “situational awareness” for at least the next 72 hours.

    • Replies: @anon
    @Paul Jolliffe


    I think everyone everywhere ought to be very alert and maintain a high “situational awareness” for at least the next 72 hours.
     
    you're more likely to get run over by a car than be a victim of some wacky "terrorist" event

    Replies: @Paul Jolliffe

  111. @Henry's Cat
    @Anonymous

    I would have read it but I've passed my limit for free monthly articles at the NYT. And it must be the same person - he's 25 in the NYT and 26 now.

    Replies: @anonymous, @jb, @ScarletNumber

    Deleted your browser cookies and you’ll reset the monthly count.

    I read everything in Private Mode, so cookies are deleted automatically whenever I exit the browser — there is no real downside to this, and a lot to be gained in terms of privacy. (I use a different browser for those few sites where I do want to retain cookies).

    • Replies: @Anon
    @jb

    Why does the NYT even do this? They're not stupid, they must know they're only annoying people rather than locking them out. Is that somehow a desired outcome?

  112. @NJ Transit Commuter
    Sounds like the suspect has some mental issues, which should be taken into account.

    The most interesting part of the articles above was the couple that wanted to “foster an LGBTQ youth on the brink of aging out of the system.” I’m a selfish person, and would never do something as compassionate as raising a foster child. So I feel a bit sheepish for casting doubts on someone’s good intentions, but is it possible Mr. Waletzky was motivated by something other than compassion for wanted to foster a young adult gay man?

    Replies: @Harry Baldwin, @Rabbitnexus, @Reg Cæsar, @Anonymous, @The preferred nomenclature is...

    That was definitely my first thought.

  113. @Anonymous
    @Anon

    i am ABSOLUTELY NOT coddling or deflecting the actions of this young man if it is indeed the same person referenced in the NYT article but did ANY of the commenters actually read it?! it says, quite plainly, that he's been diagnosed as BIPOLAR. the same sort of affliction as the Sandy Hook shooter.
    demonizing seems pointless & misplaced at the very least. a VERY strange tale to put it mildly but jumping up & down on this pathetic wretch seems absurd & uncharitable.that just becomes the go-to default reaction to everything these days without producing any useful, positive results.

    Replies: @Henry's Cat, @Dieter Kief, @Anon, @notanon, @ThreeCranes, @dr kill, @jb

    The point is not really the young man himself (people who do this sort of thing usually have something wrong with them), but the media reaction. If it had been a genuine White Nationalist this would have been a huge story with Much To Say about our Troubled Times, but as it is…, um…, what were we talking about again…?

  114. 1. If he actually is college material, is it at all likely that handsome private research universities with quite competitive admissions are the optimal locus for someone with his aptitude and preparation? You think there just might be a reason those social workers were giving him little encouragement?

    2. If he might be college material, arent’t there 10 community colleges in Downstate New York for him to get his feet wet?

    3. Are there not four state technical colleges in Downstate New York? N.B. for this gay dude, is the Fashion Institute. Just shy of 10,000 students, bachelor’s and associate’s degrees available.

    4. There are, by the way, twelve public colleges and a state research university Downstate.

    5. If he actually does have people skills, shouldn’t he have been learning sales instead of spinning his wheels in Christine Quinn’s office?

    Everything done for this youth was for the benefit of his ‘benefactors’.

    (And how on Earth did he end up with 10 foster care placements in a 4-6 year period? Is he lying? Was he impossible ? )

    • Replies: @dr kill
    @Art Deco

    (And how on Earth did he end up with 10 foster care placements in a 4-6 year period? Is he lying? Was he impossible ? )

    The people who took him thought he was the next Michael Jackson. Can't you see his smooth earnest face doing A B C? I have 50 bucks says he can moonwalk.

    But like I said before , they discovered Bipolar Disorder is his smallest problem.

  115. You know who else reminds me of David Hampton? Another young black guy who was in New York City at the same time (the early 80s), who also charmed the socks off of rich white liberals, did coke, and hung out a lot at Studio 54. I have felt sure for years that those two must have encountered each other at some point. One couldn’t keep his grift going long enough to outrun AIDS and addiction, the other perfected the con and went places…

    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
    @The Man From K Street

    And that young homosexual grifters name was.....................B_____ O____.

    .........................and now you know.............the rrrrrest of the story.

  116. @anon
    @Clifford Brown

    No mention on Democracy Now about Mr. Polite being black. If they ever report it they'll blame white people for corrupting him. Every article on that site has "white supremacists" or "fascists" in the headline. They can't scream loud enough.

    Replies: @Altai, @E e

    “No mention on Democracy Now about Mr. Polite being black.”

    That wouldn’t be… Polite?

  117. @International Jew

    identifies as queer and does not base attraction on gender
     
    What the heck does that mean??

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Anonymous, @notanon, @Alfa158, @Anon

    Something like this:

  118. @Anonymous
    @International Jew

    I had to do a double take on that line also. I assume it means he’s bi but refers to himself as gay. Or mostly gay. Or something.

    Replies: @larry lurker

    I assume any male running around calling themselves queer is just gay, but there’s a sense in which being queer is more “woke” than simply being bi: Bisexuals are only attracted to males and females, whether they’re cis or trans. Very limited dating pool. But if you’re “queer” and gender doesn’t factor into whether you’re attracted to someone, that means you’re open to relationships with “genderqueer”/non-binary individuals as well.

  119. @TelfoedJohn
    @Anon

    His adoptive parents seem to have been the types to fill him in on Jewish victimhood stories, so I’m guessing he was desperate for supply to meet demand in the hate crime business. I would not be surprised if his new parents put him up to it. Perhaps, like Fagin, they have a whole brood committing hate crimes to serve the cause.

    Replies: @Buffalo Joe, @Jack D

    Telfoed, A case of nurture over nature if there ever was one. A young, troubled black gay man advised and steered into the world by liberal Jews and placed into a environment where he could not cope or compete. Sad in a way.

    • Replies: @TelfoedJohn
    @Buffalo Joe

    Forget Nature and Nurture, and remember Nietzsche, who said “Great indebtedness does not make men grateful, but vengeful." This guy knows all the help he has had from his adoptive parents has got him far, but it undermines his self-worth - because he knows he couldn’t have got there on his own.

    Replies: @Buffalo Joe, @Dan Hayes

    , @njguy73
    @Buffalo Joe


    A young, troubled black gay man advised and steered into the world by liberal Jews and placed into a environment where he could not cope or compete. Sad in a way.

     

    No, the problem was not that he was advised and steered into the world by liberal Jews and placed into a environment where he could not cope or compete. It was that he majored in African-American studies at Brandeis. Had he majored in a real discipline, he might have gotten a real job.

    What happened was he lived a schizophrenic young adulthood. First, he gets treated well by a nice Jewish couple. Then he goes to college and gets told that all Whites are beastly. He didn't know whether to see his foster parents as benefactors or exploiters. And anyone who doesn't find a reason to be grateful will eventually become ungrateful.

    Replies: @Buffalo Joe

  120. I see that the Man Upstairs has assigned Tom Wolfe the role of writing the script for Reality Itself.

  121. @King Baeksu

    He is charged with criminal mischief as a hate crime and making graffiti, cops said.
     
    "Criminal mischief"? Enough with the kid-gloves treatment.

    Hoax hate crimes are themselves hate crimes, as they are intended to blood libel an entire race of people.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Big Bill, @AndrewR, @Kevin O'Keeffe

    Is this a “hoax”? Was he trying to frame white people? Maybe he really doesn’t like Jews.

  122. W&L wanted the perfect pet.

    I wonder if they now wish they could give him back to the pound.

    Of course, as Buffalo Joe points out above……he’s of their own doing.

  123. NYC makes the royals of S Arabia look sane
    and S Arabia desirable.

  124. If you read his Facebook posts, he’s basically angry at zionists, thinks you can’t divorce Judaism from Zionism, realizes he has been used as a virtue signaling token by his lib Jewish foster parents, hates gentrification, likes Nicki Minaj (?) etc. he specifically mentions the foster parents once. Not in a flattering way.

    That isn’t a hoax hate crime. He doesn’t like them. That’s probably his foster parents’ synagogue. He’s probably been to services.

    I went to lunch with some ex-colleagues and one of their brothers yesterday. It was the brother’s synagogue. The topic got to the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting. The brother said what are you going to do. A lot of people die everyday. We then tucked into the Korean bbq group special we came for. Including the pork belly. Which is basically thick bacon. And wagyu kalbi. Btw, this came with kimchi of course, but also macaroni salad. What up with that? That’s a Korean bbq thing?

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @Hhsiii


    but also macaroni salad. What up with that? That’s a Korean bbq thing?

     

    Yes. S. Korean cuisine was strongly influenced by the US Army. Spam is a delicacy. They also make something called Army Base Stew which has a typical Korean hot pepper/kimchi/noodle base with diced up American cold cuts as the protein instead of the traditional tofu - hot dogs, bologna, sliced American cheese. There are different stories on how the Koreans would get their hands on this stuff - whether they were dumpster diving or it was somehow being diverted onto the black market or what, but the American troops were loaded with food while the Koreans were literally starving so (being a meat eating culture anyway) American cold cuts looked damn fine to them. While it began as desperation, they eventually acquired a taste for this stuff although they tended to put their own spin on it.

    Replies: @Carbon blob, @Hhsiii, @nebulafox

  125. @Ziggy Coaldust and The Groypers from Mars
    @Anon

    I'm betting that spending years of his life on the most Jewish campus in the country, struggling to keep up with his Jewish classmates, who mostly saw him as little more than an intersectional box-ticking diversity pet, was enough to push him past the final frontier of wokeness on the subject of his classmates.

    People in the throws of manic upswings aren't strategic enough to pull off hoaxes and are much more likely to simply follow the desires of their id.

    Replies: @Sleep

    I agree. I wouldn’t call this a hate hoax or a false flag. Blacks can hate Jews too, just as they can hate whites, Mexicans, and even other blacks. The swastika sharpens the bite of the words, and we shouldn’t assume that only white Nazis can use that symbol.

  126. It is delicious that the NY Times helped fund this character.

    They can pick ’em, can’t they?

    • Replies: @candid_observer
    @candid_observer

    I can hardly wait for the Times' follow up article in which this guy's acts are blamed on racism.

    Not his racism of course -- the terrible racism he has suffered.

    Bad Whites! Bad!

    Replies: @Anon

  127. @MikeatMikedotMike
    @Anon

    He was thinking as a dumb white redneck who wouldn't know how to draw a swastika correctly. Yes, he IS that clever.

    Replies: @Anon

    He was thinking as a dumb white redneck who wouldn’t know how to draw a swastika correctly. Yes, he IS that clever.

    Or maybe it was a funky Basquiat-like take on the Swastika. He should auction it.

  128. I look and look and look at this pic and it is priceless.

    Maybe it was like a chesstika.

  129. @candid_observer
    It is delicious that the NY Times helped fund this character.

    They can pick 'em, can't they?

    Replies: @candid_observer

    I can hardly wait for the Times’ follow up article in which this guy’s acts are blamed on racism.

    Not his racism of course — the terrible racism he has suffered.

    Bad Whites! Bad!

    • Replies: @Anon
    @candid_observer

    "I can hardly wait for the Times’ follow up article in which this guy’s acts are blamed on racism."

    They went with mental illness this time.

    But racists were responsible for stigmatizing treatment and making him go of his meds.

    Replies: @Jack D

  130. @King Baeksu

    He is charged with criminal mischief as a hate crime and making graffiti, cops said.
     
    "Criminal mischief"? Enough with the kid-gloves treatment.

    Hoax hate crimes are themselves hate crimes, as they are intended to blood libel an entire race of people.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Big Bill, @AndrewR, @Kevin O'Keeffe

    Hoax hate crimes are themselves hate crimes, as they are intended to blood libel an entire race of people.

    There’s no indication of any hoax here. Everyone just assumed it was a White guy who did this, but there’s no apparent evidence this Polite guy actually tried to pin his deeds on anyone else. It seems to be sincere anti-Semitism on his part, albeit doubtless fueled by hot lashings of paranoid schizophrenia (or some other mental illness).

  131. Anon[358] • Disclaimer says:

    Somewhat OT: The other day a crazy libtard by the name of Shelby Shoup threw a childish tantrum, yelling and throwing chocolate milk on Florida campus Republicans and kicking over their sign. She was yelling about ‘her people’ being killed, implying that she is Jewish and upset over the synagogue shootings. She’s a volunteer for Andrew Gillum, not surprisingly.

    However, when you look at the video of her attacking, you can quite plainly see she’s wearing a Nazi swastika pin on her right lapel, right below the Communist insignia. She’s ranting against Nazis while she’s wearing a swastika.

    You can see the swastika pin quite plainly at 1:18 in the video.

    This is a typical liberal in a nutshell. Selfish, bad-tempered, hysterical, attention-seeking, and crazy-rhymes-with-witch.

    • Replies: @larry lurker
    @Anon

    There's a line through the swastika. Hard to see in the video itself but you can see it in the thumbnail.

    , @J.Ross
    @Anon

    It's a "crossed-out" swastika, a black fylfot underneath the red international "no" symbol.

  132. @Buffalo Joe
    @TelfoedJohn

    Telfoed, A case of nurture over nature if there ever was one. A young, troubled black gay man advised and steered into the world by liberal Jews and placed into a environment where he could not cope or compete. Sad in a way.

    Replies: @TelfoedJohn, @njguy73

    Forget Nature and Nurture, and remember Nietzsche, who said “Great indebtedness does not make men grateful, but vengeful.” This guy knows all the help he has had from his adoptive parents has got him far, but it undermines his self-worth – because he knows he couldn’t have got there on his own.

    • Replies: @Buffalo Joe
    @TelfoedJohn

    Telfoed, Thank you for the Nietzsche quote and your comment.

    , @Dan Hayes
    @TelfoedJohn

    TelfoedJohn:

    Or saying it another way: The dog that bites the hand that feeds it will lick the hand that beats it!

    Replies: @Anonymous

  133. @Achmed E. Newman
    @Reg Cæsar


    Free us of PR.
     
    You beat me to it, Reg. Yeah, I'm on board with this psycho on the Puerto Rican thing. I mean, "on board" like I'll vote and protest for those poor downtrodden yearning for independence from the man, but I draw the line at pasting swa-stickers on the walls and setting fires in trash cans. Throwing eggs would be OK, so put me down for some of that egging.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    …but I draw the line at pasting swa-stickers on the walls and setting fires in trash cans.

    Not to mention assassinating presidents.

    https://www.trumanlibrary.org/trivia/assassin.htm

    These guys’ blunder was even worse than James Earl Ray’s.

    Not that Truman didn’t have it coming. Certainly more than the innocent cop they got instead.

    • Replies: @Hhsiii
    @Reg Cæsar

    So that a-hole lived a free man for 25 years in PR after Truman changed his sentence to life and Carter let him go? Nice work if you can get it. He shoots a few cops and gets to brag about it?

  134. Black people are worshipped in our society, because they are everything that White men are not:

    Hyper Aggressive
    Toxic levels of self confidence
    Prone to bursts of violence (far more so than White men per population group)
    Low ability to defer gratification / high impulsiveness
    Greater criminal records
    Lower cooperativeness
    Greater struggle for interpersonal dominance

    We live in a deeply feminized society. Rather than “the Joooosssss1111111!!!!!!, what was the question” what is fundamentally wrong with our society is that it is entirely based on female consumption. That is why the 1960s went rotten, after a decade of build-up of female driven consumerism through mass media particularly television. Its why Jewish dominated hard sciences are less pozzed and female dominated media/infotizing/publishing are poz central.

    Imagine a NYC run by men. For Men’s interests. Would this guy be thought of as worthy of internship, sponsorship, a scholarship to Brandeis? Heck no that scholarship would have gone to a Jewish kid, as part of the power-patronage model that Trump seeks to employ and characterized Caesar, Napoleon, de Gaulle, JFK, FDR, and most male political leaders seeking a male-driven power dynamic. I.E. sponsorship of young dudes with ambition in exchange for service to the leader.

    Now its all virtue signaling and female driven desire to show how holy they are compared to their neighbor — think Sandra Bullock or Charlize Theron accessorizing with an adopted African baby. Presumably unlike Bruno they did not trade an Ipod Red for the kid.

    The cure for all this is simple — smash media companies and consumerism. Ju-Jitsu virtue signaling by making LACK of consumption and buying things and total asceticism the mark of virtue.

    I don’t know why this guy did what he did. I don’t care. I do care that someone of such a dubious nature could constantly be promoted simply for being Black and gay; by a system that has gone insane. I could see older Democrats sponsoring a Clinton or even Obama — those dudes had some ability. This guy? Our ruling caste in their urban redoubts are totally insane.

    Bibi Netanyahu is corrupt and autocratic and sometimes over-reaches. He’d never sponsor a dude like this.

  135. @Jake
    "Keeping Yiddish culture alive strikes me as a worthy and inherently conservative undertaking."

    To conserve that which is inimical to the good is never a good thing. Yiddish culture is Rabbinical Jewish - virulently anti-Christ and for close to 200n years wedded anti-white Gentile - to Germanicism and therefore as pernicious as Hell.

    Replies: @Jack D, @James Forrestal

    Thank you for your psychotic ravings. Remember to take your meds.

    The Josh Waletsky version of Yiddish cultures was expressly secular and NOT rabbinical. It grew out of the Bundist movement. Bundism was social democratic labor movement, roughly equivalent to the Labour Party in Britain – i.e. soft left and not hard left but nevertheless atheist. The European left (and not just Communists) rejected religion a long time ago, because the Leftist religion was incompatible with traditional religion – in order to embrace one you had to reject the other.

    American Bundism has pretty much literally died out, except for a handful of die hards like Waletsky. Most non- ultra religious American Jews did not teach their kids Yiddish. Yiddish now is largely in the hands of the ultra-Orthodox, who are not interested in Yiddish literature, poetry, song, etc. but this has nothing to do with the Waletsky version of Yiddish culture.

    • Replies: @YetAnotherAnon
    @Jack D

    "The European left (and not just Communists) rejected religion a long time ago, because the Leftist religion was incompatible with traditional religion – in order to embrace one you had to reject the other."

    I'd disagree (and I'd disagree with ad-hominems as well). The Left may have once rejected religion (well, Christianity at any rate), but that was in the days of people actually worrying about terms and conditions for working class people. They've since discovered that in a post-Christian society, religious instincts and behaviours (which don't disappear when formal observance disappears) - taboo, blasphemy, shaming, casting out - are actually really useful to modern leftists (who only care about race, gender and sexuality, not boring stuff like men's pay).

    In the ongoing struggle for the UK Labour Party someone got upset a year or so back because a Corbyn ally had published something they disagreed with "on Holocaust Memorial Day!".

    This is exactly the mindset that a Victorian moralist would have exhibited when someone didn't just get drunk, they got drunk "on a Sunday!"

    Replies: @Anon

    , @moshe
    @Jack D

    Jack, you're gonna engage this guy on Yiddish cultures? All while I need help explaining the geography of the southwest to a clump of conditioner stuck to my sink? Stop wasting your time and head over here to help me out! I'm beginning to suspect the aforesaid clump is Christphobic as well.

    On another subject, how's a landsman doing? Come here often? I'm presently accross the pond but if you want to whatsapp I'm game. Steve knows who you are by your email address log-in and he has my phone number. I don't have a sim so I can't receive calls but it'd be fun to connect up on whatsapp. a gitte vuch

    Replies: @Jack D

  136. I’m surprised The NYT’s headline wasn’t “Chessmaster Turned Calligrapher Detained for Unauthorized Showing of Work”.

    • LOL: donut, jim jones
  137. @Charlotte Allen
    @Steve Sailer

    I checked the Facebook page but couldn't find any clear indication that Brandeis James Polite and Abraham Aali are the same person (have I missed something?--there does seem to be post from an F/B friend indicating that "Abraham Aali" is a recent name change). There are, however, the Brandeis and Brooklyn connections and Aali looks much more like James Polite. Also looks gay.

    But are either the James Polite who was arrested?

    Evidence in favor: 1) The F/B postings end on 11/1, the day of the graffiti vandalism. The vandal James Polite is presumably in jail right now and can't post on Facebook. 2) The identical ages of the two James Polites. 3) The fact that the Brandeis James Polite had severe mental problems that were clearly underplayed in the NYT "Neediest Cases" story.

    Evidence against: We have only that one photo of the vandal James Polite, taken from the rear, and I still can't find much facial resemblance between him and either the Brandeis James Polite or Abraham Aali.

    My prediction: I'll never find out, because this news story will simply disappear.

    Replies: @Flip, @Jack D

    Quinn now acknowledges that the arrested James Polite is the same guy:

  138. @ThreeCranes
    @Clifford Brown

    Public Advocate (?) Leticia James says "....these disgusting acts of violence and hate have absolutely no place in our city...."

    Well, obviously they do. They are part of your city.

    Also, why is he being charged with a hate crime?

    In the first place, what constitutes a "hate crime"? And secondly, what evidence is there that this guy engaged in hate rather than just plain old assault? Was he yelling "Die Jew Rat!" as he swung the stick?

    Or is it now the case that any crime against a Jew a "hate crime". If so then we are a nation with two sets of laws. One for a privileged caste of religious elect and another for the masses (whom Jewish activists of the 60's and 70's claim to have cared so much about).

    Great. I live in a country dominated by Jewish Brahmins. Attended by their stick wielding critics.

    Replies: @El Dato

    And secondly, what evidence is there that this guy engaged in hate rather than just plain old assault? Was he yelling “Die Jew Rat!” as he swung the stick?

    If he did it with a German Accent (“DEEE JUU RUTT!”) then yes. At least it was not a machete.

    Or is it now the case that any crime against a Jew a “hate crime”. If so then we are a nation with two sets of laws.

    Uhh….. you know it’s 2018, do you? Multiple sets of laws are in force. It’s like a Spielberg Sci-Fi movie that doesn’t make any sense, is very diverse and tries to teach a message about some kind of morality but it’s so muddied that no-one is sure what it is.

  139. @Hippopotamusdrome
    @J.Ross



    average breast sizes growing universally

     

    ... or women are just getting fat

    Replies: @J.Ross

    It’s been happening to them younger and younger, and with young women who aren’t fat.

  140. @YetAnotherAnon
    @J.Ross

    I see her letter was actually read out to Kavanaugh, who apparently orally raped her, then raped her "several times", accompanied by a friend who raped her several times as well.

    What can it feel like to have this stuff chucked at you in front of the world?

    (one wee point - the anonymous letter was already in the public domain when this lady claimed to be the author - a claim she's not retracted. So its quite possible some other person (or fruitcake) wrote it)

    Replies: @El Dato, @Jack D

    “Bitches know my stamina is amazing!”

    Expect movies “proving” such assertions produced by antagonistic neural networks before long.

  141. @Hhsiii
    If you read his Facebook posts, he’s basically angry at zionists, thinks you can’t divorce Judaism from Zionism, realizes he has been used as a virtue signaling token by his lib Jewish foster parents, hates gentrification, likes Nicki Minaj (?) etc. he specifically mentions the foster parents once. Not in a flattering way.

    That isn’t a hoax hate crime. He doesn’t like them. That’s probably his foster parents’ synagogue. He’s probably been to services.

    I went to lunch with some ex-colleagues and one of their brothers yesterday. It was the brother’s synagogue. The topic got to the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting. The brother said what are you going to do. A lot of people die everyday. We then tucked into the Korean bbq group special we came for. Including the pork belly. Which is basically thick bacon. And wagyu kalbi. Btw, this came with kimchi of course, but also macaroni salad. What up with that? That’s a Korean bbq thing?

    Replies: @Jack D

    but also macaroni salad. What up with that? That’s a Korean bbq thing?

    Yes. S. Korean cuisine was strongly influenced by the US Army. Spam is a delicacy. They also make something called Army Base Stew which has a typical Korean hot pepper/kimchi/noodle base with diced up American cold cuts as the protein instead of the traditional tofu – hot dogs, bologna, sliced American cheese. There are different stories on how the Koreans would get their hands on this stuff – whether they were dumpster diving or it was somehow being diverted onto the black market or what, but the American troops were loaded with food while the Koreans were literally starving so (being a meat eating culture anyway) American cold cuts looked damn fine to them. While it began as desperation, they eventually acquired a taste for this stuff although they tended to put their own spin on it.

    • Replies: @Carbon blob
    @Jack D

    Budae jjigae link for reference

    , @Hhsiii
    @Jack D

    The spam thing I get. Like musabi in Hawaii.
    The Mac salad threw me off a bit. But it works well to palate cleanse between meats and kimchi. I tossed some salt and sesame oil in.

    Reminds me of the mac and cheese and buckwheat cakes with syrup they serve with the lobster luncheon at The National, Steve’s favorite waspy golf course. It’s like what’s this stuff doing here.

    , @nebulafox
    @Jack D

    Budae jjiggae. Ugh. Couldn't stand that stuff, as a kid and now. Loved everything else about Korea (as does pretty much everybody in SEA these days-Korea this, Korea that all over the place), food included, just not that one, ironically enough.

    My grandfather didn't talk much about his time in Korea, but according to my mother, from the few times he did, I would go with the dumpster diving thesis. Starvation is a powerful muse: it'll either kick in a will to survive with corresponding levels of lack of hangups, creativity and ruthlessness that you never thought existed, or the polar opposite impulse to die, ASAP. There's something very active about the apathy in the latter. Probably evolutionary instincts at work.

  142. @YetAnotherAnon
    @Anon

    It's a long time since AJP Taylor's Origins Of The Second World War came out, but there he says van der Lubbe did it, "just as he claimed".

    Has any new evidence come to light re the Reichstag Fire? Wikipedia will be useless on a topic like this.

    Replies: @dearieme

    As far as I know relevant historians mostly incline to think that the nutty, commie Dutchman really did do it himself. Again as far as I know, that’s been true for decades. In fact, given that, maybe opinion will now swing again.

    Anyway, it has never been remotely clear that it was a Nazi plot. Given that we are discussing Nazis and Commies, what can the layman say but that either set of evil bastards mighty have done it if they’d thought of it?

  143. @Art Deco
    1. If he actually is college material, is it at all likely that handsome private research universities with quite competitive admissions are the optimal locus for someone with his aptitude and preparation? You think there just might be a reason those social workers were giving him little encouragement?

    2. If he might be college material, arent't there 10 community colleges in Downstate New York for him to get his feet wet?

    3. Are there not four state technical colleges in Downstate New York? N.B. for this gay dude, is the Fashion Institute. Just shy of 10,000 students, bachelor's and associate's degrees available.

    4. There are, by the way, twelve public colleges and a state research university Downstate.

    5. If he actually does have people skills, shouldn't he have been learning sales instead of spinning his wheels in Christine Quinn's office?

    Everything done for this youth was for the benefit of his 'benefactors'.




    (And how on Earth did he end up with 10 foster care placements in a 4-6 year period? Is he lying? Was he impossible ? )

    Replies: @dr kill

    (And how on Earth did he end up with 10 foster care placements in a 4-6 year period? Is he lying? Was he impossible ? )

    The people who took him thought he was the next Michael Jackson. Can’t you see his smooth earnest face doing A B C? I have 50 bucks says he can moonwalk.

    But like I said before , they discovered Bipolar Disorder is his smallest problem.

  144. @Anon
    Did Mr. Impolite do this to hurt Jews or to hurt whites?

    If these acts of vandalism are meant to cast aspersions on 'white supremacists' and draw sympathy toward Jews, they are actually pro-Jewish and anti-white. They defame white people.

    Maybe Impolite came to hate Jews as condescending, patronizing, and more intelligent(with whom he couldn't keep up at Brandeis). Maybe he was driven by anti-Jewish feelings.

    But maybe he was trying to make Jews look good by hate-hoaxing 'white supremacists'.

    But then, the pro-Puerto-Rico message makes you wonder. Did he see browns as allies and Jews as rich white people?

    Replies: @Dave Pinsen, @Anonymous, @TelfoedJohn, @Hippopotamusdrome, @Ziggy Coaldust and The Groypers from Mars, @tyrone, @AnotherDad

    Since this act(which we all deplore) made the congregation more caring,tolerant and better than your average Goy you could argue Polite did them a service………HEY! a legal strategy!

  145. @notanon
    @Anon


    If he attended college, why can’t he draw a proper Swastika?
     
    i wonder if there's a psychological reason hoaxers don't draw them properly - like a kind of superstitious thing

    Replies: @Mr. Anon, @Inquiring Mind

    i wonder if there’s a psychological reason hoaxers don’t draw them properly – like a kind of superstitious thing

    Perhaps. Maybe they are afraid of invoking some kind of aryan rune-magic.

  146. An Unexpected Turn from a Houseguest
    Why are blacks discriminated against on Air-B-n-B? Is it the violent stalking that continues after the guy is jailed?
    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6348023/Texas-woman-stalked-Airbnb-guest-ransacked-apartment-bombarded-messages.html

    • Replies: @a reader
    @J.Ross

    Khawaja said nothing about Leonard Jackson seemed out of the ordinary as she handed him her apartment keys and left to carry on with her day.

    Hardly.

  147. @YetAnotherAnon
    @J.Ross

    I see her letter was actually read out to Kavanaugh, who apparently orally raped her, then raped her "several times", accompanied by a friend who raped her several times as well.

    What can it feel like to have this stuff chucked at you in front of the world?

    (one wee point - the anonymous letter was already in the public domain when this lady claimed to be the author - a claim she's not retracted. So its quite possible some other person (or fruitcake) wrote it)

    Replies: @El Dato, @Jack D

    The author claimed to be from California in the letter while this lady is from Kentucky. However, she could have been lying about that too in the letter just to throw people off of her trail.

    The sad part is that this is in the Daily Mail while the false allegations against Kav were front page for weeks in the NY Times.

    This woman deserves jail time for making false statements to Congressional investigators. I hope the Federal prosecutors follow up on this – hopefully it will discourage such crimes in the future.

    • Agree: YetAnotherAnon
    • Replies: @L Woods
    @Jack D

    But but but think of all the “victims” that won’t come forward!

    , @Jim Don Bob
    @Jack D


    This woman deserves jail time for making false statements to Congressional investigators. I hope the Federal prosecutors follow up on this – hopefully it will discourage such crimes in the future.
     
    She should get 30 days in jail at least, but I am not holding my breath. This is the DOJ after all.
    , @res
    @Jack D


    The sad part is that this is in the Daily Mail while the false allegations against Kav were front page for weeks in the NY Times.
     
    Sad, but completely unsurprising.
  148. @eah
    "extraordinary"

    Not the word I would use.

    This guy appears to have "issues", including probably some kind of genuine mental illness -- yet it takes a kind of cynical intelligence, or cynical 'Zeitgeist' awareness, to mar a synagogue with Nazi graffiti, especially in the immediate aftermath of the Pittsburgh shootings.

    At the time of hurricane Katrina, a natural disaster, Mr Sailer was heavily criticized for writing that perhaps Blacks needed more guidance than modern 'laissez-faire' attitudes provided -- nowadays it is more of a cultural disaster, with extreme SJW grievance mongering, 'globohomo' gender fluidity, etc etc -- but maybe the same is true of Blacks in this context too.

    https://abagond.files.wordpress.com/2013/11/illegitimacy.jpg

    Replies: @El Dato

    This graph is the prevalence of births outside marriage?

    Great stuff, what’s the numbers for 2018?

    • Replies: @eah
    @El Dato

    Yes.

    Latest CDC data at the link (pdf) -- most recent data appears to be similar, ie approx 70% of black births to unmarried mothers (Table 11) -- Blacks and Hispanics are vying for most dysfunctional/irresponsible group.

  149. @The Man From K Street
    You know who else reminds me of David Hampton? Another young black guy who was in New York City at the same time (the early 80s), who also charmed the socks off of rich white liberals, did coke, and hung out a lot at Studio 54. I have felt sure for years that those two must have encountered each other at some point. One couldn't keep his grift going long enough to outrun AIDS and addiction, the other perfected the con and went places...

    Replies: @Mr. Anon

    And that young homosexual grifters name was…………………B_____ O____.

    …………………….and now you know………….the rrrrrest of the story.

  150. @Anon
    A little different, but that initial article about the kid reminded me of Kashawn Campbell, the incredibly gifted black kid who got into US Berkeley, and immediately flunked out. Everyone was baffled. Such a promising young man. It just went to show how grade inflation had gotten out of control. But this kid at Brandeis isn't funking out. He was looking to graduate with a Black Studies major. Come to think of it, the only class that Kashawn passed was in Black Studies. It seems to be an unflunkable major, tailor made for boneheads, and for radicalizing kids. How many hate hoaxes have been executed by black studies majors?

    http://www.latimes.com/local/la-me-c1-cal-freshmen-20130816-dto-htmlstory.html

    By the way, the kid's left ear in the chess photos and the surveillance cam photo is the same weird smallish, crushed, bent ear.

    Replies: @dr kill

  151. @Jack D
    @YetAnotherAnon

    The author claimed to be from California in the letter while this lady is from Kentucky. However, she could have been lying about that too in the letter just to throw people off of her trail.

    The sad part is that this is in the Daily Mail while the false allegations against Kav were front page for weeks in the NY Times.

    This woman deserves jail time for making false statements to Congressional investigators. I hope the Federal prosecutors follow up on this - hopefully it will discourage such crimes in the future.

    Replies: @L Woods, @Jim Don Bob, @res

    But but but think of all the “victims” that won’t come forward!

  152. @Jack D
    @Jake

    Thank you for your psychotic ravings. Remember to take your meds.

    The Josh Waletsky version of Yiddish cultures was expressly secular and NOT rabbinical. It grew out of the Bundist movement. Bundism was social democratic labor movement, roughly equivalent to the Labour Party in Britain - i.e. soft left and not hard left but nevertheless atheist. The European left (and not just Communists) rejected religion a long time ago, because the Leftist religion was incompatible with traditional religion - in order to embrace one you had to reject the other.

    American Bundism has pretty much literally died out, except for a handful of die hards like Waletsky. Most non- ultra religious American Jews did not teach their kids Yiddish. Yiddish now is largely in the hands of the ultra-Orthodox, who are not interested in Yiddish literature, poetry, song, etc. but this has nothing to do with the Waletsky version of Yiddish culture.

    Replies: @YetAnotherAnon, @moshe

    “The European left (and not just Communists) rejected religion a long time ago, because the Leftist religion was incompatible with traditional religion – in order to embrace one you had to reject the other.”

    I’d disagree (and I’d disagree with ad-hominems as well). The Left may have once rejected religion (well, Christianity at any rate), but that was in the days of people actually worrying about terms and conditions for working class people. They’ve since discovered that in a post-Christian society, religious instincts and behaviours (which don’t disappear when formal observance disappears) – taboo, blasphemy, shaming, casting out – are actually really useful to modern leftists (who only care about race, gender and sexuality, not boring stuff like men’s pay).

    In the ongoing struggle for the UK Labour Party someone got upset a year or so back because a Corbyn ally had published something they disagreed with “on Holocaust Memorial Day!”.

    This is exactly the mindset that a Victorian moralist would have exhibited when someone didn’t just get drunk, they got drunk “on a Sunday!”

    • Replies: @Anon
    @YetAnotherAnon

    This doesn't detract from the fact that that the Left derives from the anti-religious bent of the Enlightenment. Chesterton didn't actually say The first effect of not believing in God is to believe in anything but he might as well have.

    In the Jewish case many Jews tended to jump on the Enlightenment train because it coincided with a (rather justified, in my view) revolt against the overweening and obscurantist Rabbinical authority of the time, which a large portion of the Jews then tend to confound with all religious authority, which is a foolish position but, as it is largely unexamined, understandable. This anti-rabbinical war is the milieu from which, for example, Ron Unz and Israel Shahak come, though they're a little late to the party.

  153. @Anon
    So the arrested suspect is a black, gay, Democratic activist.
    They just ain’t making neo-Nazis like they used to …


    Well, maybe race is fluid and a social construct and Dolezal and Warren are right. White is black, white is red, black is nazi, etc.

    Pomo-Nazis.

    PS. If he attended college, why can't he draw a proper Swastika?

    Replies: @International Jew, @MikeatMikedotMike, @notanon, @tyrone

    Hmmmm, teaching students to draw swastikas at a jewish college ….I have to admit it would improve the quality of the hate hoaxes

  154. @Clifford Brown
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a2iB3H1qdiM

    Replies: @anon, @ThreeCranes, @FKA Max

    Latest hot take…

    Molly Crabapple
    ‏Verified account @mollycrabapple

    Angus King voted with Schumer 83% of the time, not 88%. 88 however is a symbolic number for white surpremecists. It stands for HH, or Heil Hitler


    Trump’s failspawn is doing one hell of a dog whistle
    12:04 PM – 3 Nov 2018

    https://twitter.com/mollycrabapple/status/1058797171775062018

  155. @Jake
    "Keeping Yiddish culture alive strikes me as a worthy and inherently conservative undertaking."

    To conserve that which is inimical to the good is never a good thing. Yiddish culture is Rabbinical Jewish - virulently anti-Christ and for close to 200n years wedded anti-white Gentile - to Germanicism and therefore as pernicious as Hell.

    Replies: @Jack D, @James Forrestal

    lol

    Looks like you triggered an outburst of toxic, hate-filled semiticism with that one.
    Hit a little too close to home, apparently.

  156. I am sure he had a very good reason for hating Jews as all Jew haters do. Jew hating is the most rational, well reasoned and easiest understood hatred there is.

  157. @jb
    @Henry's Cat

    Deleted your browser cookies and you'll reset the monthly count.

    I read everything in Private Mode, so cookies are deleted automatically whenever I exit the browser -- there is no real downside to this, and a lot to be gained in terms of privacy. (I use a different browser for those few sites where I do want to retain cookies).

    Replies: @Anon

    Why does the NYT even do this? They’re not stupid, they must know they’re only annoying people rather than locking them out. Is that somehow a desired outcome?

  158. @Anon
    A little different, but that initial article about the kid reminded me of Kashawn Campbell, the incredibly gifted black kid who got into US Berkeley, and immediately flunked out. Everyone was baffled. Such a promising young man. It just went to show how grade inflation had gotten out of control. But this kid at Brandeis isn't funking out. He was looking to graduate with a Black Studies major. Come to think of it, the only class that Kashawn passed was in Black Studies. It seems to be an unflunkable major, tailor made for boneheads, and for radicalizing kids. How many hate hoaxes have been executed by black studies majors?

    http://www.latimes.com/local/la-me-c1-cal-freshmen-20130816-dto-htmlstory.html

    Replies: @Dieter Kief, @Old Palo Altan, @Ed, @anon

    I am delighted to learn that my alma mater is still ruthlessly shedding the “high fliers” from useless high schools whom they are required to accept if their “grade-point” average (what a useless instrument for determining anybody’s real potential) reaches a pre-determined level.

    There is an amusing photo of poor Kashawn at Berkeley, ominously surrounded by sceptical if good-humoured Asians. What slaughter must have ensued (and I do feel sorry for him; his “stellar” performance in high school was an engineered lie dooming him to disappointment) during the subsequent weeks.

    But it was ever thus. I arrived at Berkeley in 1967 and it was common knowledge that remaining would not be as easy as getting in had been.

    Two acquaintances arrived a year after me: both had been publicly educated, but at Los Gatos High, a place light-years away from poor Kashawn’s ghetto establishment. The student body was entirely white, and overwhelmingly middle class and higher. Both had “shone” during their four years there – one as an all-rounder, the other as a nerd of nerds type.

    Both were expected to shine equally brightly at Berkeley and both lasted less than a year. The all-rounder shrugged it off, while the poor nerd had a nervous breakdown.

    Thus did Berkeley keep its reputation: the nerds and the all-rounders have, like moths, never ceased chancing the all-consuming flame.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @Old Palo Altan

    No, it's not the same. Kashawn is literally an illiterate. An 85 IQ illiterate who cannot write a basic English sentence and cannot be taught how to do so. There is no comparison with your high school friends.

    Replies: @Old Palo Altan

  159. Anon[189] • Disclaimer says:

    Polite is kooky but a more perceptive writer than the Nasty Coates.

    Daily Caller:
    But on Facebook, Polite mocked such “hipsters” as naive gentrifiers looking to feel good about themselves. In one post, at the bottom of which he named Waletzky and Levison, he wrote:

    Polite:
    Yes, she is competing with the people of the Bubble which POC she can hire, it’s starting to look like white people take home six figures for their lifetime of sacrifices to POC. Yes, they know what you’re gonna say. As soon as they find a bubble safe token they’ll be sure to objectify him and brandish like that overpriced culturally appropriated drink.
    They’re back at Hipster Manifest Density with new art. Something in Spanish featuring an indigenous who could have been the indigenous person who died on land with a view that they and their friends of the bubble would die for. A card identical to the one that arrived in their secluded section of the East Granolaville section of Eveywhitesuburb, USA. Bloods runs down like rain water that danced across clay.
    The blood leaves it’s holder red handed as she clinches on to her paid subscription to I’ve done my part for these POC. They pull out translucent hand sanitizer to their macs which blood is dried by the heat of turbines cooling down minerals with blood. That goes unnoticed in corner office at the Race Pimp industrial complex.

    He/she a poet too.

    Below reads like Malcolm X on crack. Surreally eloquent.

    • Replies: @notanon
    @Anon

    Tom Wolfe meets Malcolm X

    and with a dickensian name too

  160. ‘Neediest cases,’ indeed.

    And dooooooown the memory hole it goes.

  161. Anon[189] • Disclaimer says:
    @Dave Pinsen
    @Anon

    You're ascribing Rube Goldberg rationalizations to a guy who struggled with black studies major?

    Replies: @Anon, @Anon

    I read some of Polite’s rants, and the guy is ‘based’!

    He’s clumsy with grammar but has a colorful way with words, esp the stuff about ‘overpriced culturally appropriated drinks'(LOL). At least when it comes to detecting haute prog hypocrisy(hypocradar), he is an expert. Keen psychic reader of Jewish/white prog elites too.

    I figure that deep down inside Obama felt the same way. He was used as a token by the Glob.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @Anon

    It's hard to tell if the guy is poetic or just schizo. His writing has a certain manic "word salad" quality that a lot of psycho writing exhibits. He sounds high IQ for a black person but the mental illness gets in the way.

    Replies: @Johann Ricke

  162. Years ago I read a publication (“Crying Wolf” ?) pointing out that real hate crimes against whites by PC minorities e.g. Wichita or the Rice Lake murders are suppressed or underplayed by the mass distribution media. Should unz.com start a “Never Forget; Never Forgive” posting?

  163. In contrast, Polite was treated like Sidney Poitier’s son and sent off to an expensive college.

    bored identity just knew that the Permanent, but Not-So-Sharpie Black Spewer had to be some Son of Potier ; as soon as he noticed that purplish shirt collar encompassed by a flaming red jacket. And, of course – a total absence of red hunter’s hat:

    bored identity’s theory is that Mr. Polite simply reckoned it was time to return the favor for everything that was done for him.
    Consequentially, Mr. Polite decided to gift this fostergibingly cosmopoliethnocentric community with a symbolic mid-election October surprise.

    ‘Cause nothing caters better to everlasting ADLatric jonesing than a human & social credit score sacrifice of some Haven Mohahan’s anti-semantic doppelganger.

    And, If only it wasn’t for that suprematically hidden and polychromatic, yet color-blind camera, this would be the composite-sketch-waiting-to-be-mug-shot snickering from the cover page of NYT :

    https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/catcher-in-the-rye/images/a/a5/Holden_mugshot_Kate-Boryeskne.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20180130154622

    https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/catcher-in-the-rye/images/a/a5/Holden_mugshot_Kate-Boryeskne.jpg/revision/latest/scale-to-width-down/620?cb=20180130154622

  164. @Altai
    @anon

    At the end of the day Amy Goodman went to live on a Kibbutz back in the day. Ethnic displacement of native peoples was cool so long as it was Jewish socialist ethnic displacement.

    Democracy Now! is interesting because they're a conflicted hybrid of SJW and real anti-system critiques. Given Goodman is a Jewish woman born in New York in the 50s it was inevitable she'd be highly supportive of mass migration but she does properly criticise Israel and the lobby. Seems like Trump pushed her and Juan over the edge, sad!

    Replies: @anonymous, @Anne Lid

    I used to listen to Democracy Now. I haven’t looked them up in a long time. Susan Lindauer was underwhelmed with her – Amy Goodman was not willing to give her publicity when she was locked up and unsure what would happen to her.

  165. @Anon
    @Dave Pinsen

    I read some of Polite's rants, and the guy is 'based'!

    He's clumsy with grammar but has a colorful way with words, esp the stuff about 'overpriced culturally appropriated drinks'(LOL). At least when it comes to detecting haute prog hypocrisy(hypocradar), he is an expert. Keen psychic reader of Jewish/white prog elites too.

    I figure that deep down inside Obama felt the same way. He was used as a token by the Glob.

    Replies: @Jack D

    It’s hard to tell if the guy is poetic or just schizo. His writing has a certain manic “word salad” quality that a lot of psycho writing exhibits. He sounds high IQ for a black person but the mental illness gets in the way.

    • Replies: @Johann Ricke
    @Jack D


    It’s hard to tell if the guy is poetic or just schizo. His writing has a certain manic “word salad” quality that a lot of psycho writing exhibits. He sounds high IQ for a black person but the mental illness gets in the way.
     
    I think it's merely today's fashion. Jackson Pollock with words. No particular talent required - just a willingness to fake it until he makes it. Given how strong the Dunning-Kruger effect is with the average black person, maybe he really thinks this is genius-level work, unfairly maligned by racist wypipo. Frankly, with this type of material it's hard to tell how much of a given artiste's (of any color) success has to do with his presentation skills and how much is pure luck.
  166. @Old Palo Altan
    @Anon

    I am delighted to learn that my alma mater is still ruthlessly shedding the "high fliers" from useless high schools whom they are required to accept if their "grade-point" average (what a useless instrument for determining anybody's real potential) reaches a pre-determined level.

    There is an amusing photo of poor Kashawn at Berkeley, ominously surrounded by sceptical if good-humoured Asians. What slaughter must have ensued (and I do feel sorry for him; his "stellar" performance in high school was an engineered lie dooming him to disappointment) during the subsequent weeks.

    But it was ever thus. I arrived at Berkeley in 1967 and it was common knowledge that remaining would not be as easy as getting in had been.

    Two acquaintances arrived a year after me: both had been publicly educated, but at Los Gatos High, a place light-years away from poor Kashawn's ghetto establishment. The student body was entirely white, and overwhelmingly middle class and higher. Both had "shone" during their four years there - one as an all-rounder, the other as a nerd of nerds type.

    Both were expected to shine equally brightly at Berkeley and both lasted less than a year. The all-rounder shrugged it off, while the poor nerd had a nervous breakdown.

    Thus did Berkeley keep its reputation: the nerds and the all-rounders have, like moths, never ceased chancing the all-consuming flame.

    Replies: @Jack D

    No, it’s not the same. Kashawn is literally an illiterate. An 85 IQ illiterate who cannot write a basic English sentence and cannot be taught how to do so. There is no comparison with your high school friends.

    • Replies: @Old Palo Altan
    @Jack D

    Not the same, no, but analogous.

    The borderline but statutory entries are shown the door within a year, fifty years ago and, surprisingly, today as well.

    My "ever thus" was about the principle, not about the persons to whom it was, and it cheers me to note, still does apply.

    The sour note is, of course, provided by the fact that my friends would not be allowed in now, while dregs like poor Kashawn are ushered through the door.

    But at least they are ushered right back out again.

    Replies: @Johann Ricke

  167. @Jack D
    @Hhsiii


    but also macaroni salad. What up with that? That’s a Korean bbq thing?

     

    Yes. S. Korean cuisine was strongly influenced by the US Army. Spam is a delicacy. They also make something called Army Base Stew which has a typical Korean hot pepper/kimchi/noodle base with diced up American cold cuts as the protein instead of the traditional tofu - hot dogs, bologna, sliced American cheese. There are different stories on how the Koreans would get their hands on this stuff - whether they were dumpster diving or it was somehow being diverted onto the black market or what, but the American troops were loaded with food while the Koreans were literally starving so (being a meat eating culture anyway) American cold cuts looked damn fine to them. While it began as desperation, they eventually acquired a taste for this stuff although they tended to put their own spin on it.

    Replies: @Carbon blob, @Hhsiii, @nebulafox

    Budae jjigae link for reference

  168. Steve, Steve, Steve.

    God is tapping you on the shoulder, informing you to wind your watch to Tom Wolfe time: your Bonfire moment has arrived.

    If ever a story dropped in your lap stuffed stem to stern with the sort of narrative and background detail tailor-made for your unique take on New Journalism and deadpan social commentary…..this is that story.

    Give it some thought, Steve. Kismet is holding on Line 1…..

  169. People are missing the dog that didn’t bark here.

    The graffiti had nothing about Trump.

    This makes me conclude it wasn’t a setup. Polite wasn’t being directed by others.

  170. @TelfoedJohn
    @Anon

    His adoptive parents seem to have been the types to fill him in on Jewish victimhood stories, so I’m guessing he was desperate for supply to meet demand in the hate crime business. I would not be surprised if his new parents put him up to it. Perhaps, like Fagin, they have a whole brood committing hate crimes to serve the cause.

    Replies: @Buffalo Joe, @Jack D

    This is 180 degrees opposite to what happened. You couldn’t possibly be more wrong. Polite resented Jew liberals as patronizing, and railed against Zionism. Humans naturally resent being in need of charity and hate those who help them. It was entirely predictable that Polite would bite the hand that fed him.

    In fact, you and Polite could be good buddies except for the fact that he hates white people too. But at least you agree on the Jew hating part.

    • Agree: TelfoedJohn
    • LOL: Johann Ricke
    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Jack D

    I am sometimes curious as to whether you distinguish people who really do hate Jews per se-they do exist, and I have met them, but I think they are fairly rare-and those who do not hate or even necessarily dislike Jews per se, and may even be in a certain way pro-Zionist, but who understand Jews for what they are, a distinct and separate people who are on average more intelligent but who strongly tend to advocate and work for what is good for Jews as they see it despite its often corrosive effect on non-Jews and are willing to say so in public.

    And if not, whether you could do so but choose not to or whether you simply can not perceive any ability for such to exist.

    , @Harry Baldwin
    @Jack D

    I wanna bite the hand that feeds me
    I wanna bite that hand so badly
    I want to make them wish they'd never seen me


    --Elvis Costello, Radio, Radio

  171. @Anon
    Did Mr. Impolite do this to hurt Jews or to hurt whites?

    If these acts of vandalism are meant to cast aspersions on 'white supremacists' and draw sympathy toward Jews, they are actually pro-Jewish and anti-white. They defame white people.

    Maybe Impolite came to hate Jews as condescending, patronizing, and more intelligent(with whom he couldn't keep up at Brandeis). Maybe he was driven by anti-Jewish feelings.

    But maybe he was trying to make Jews look good by hate-hoaxing 'white supremacists'.

    But then, the pro-Puerto-Rico message makes you wonder. Did he see browns as allies and Jews as rich white people?

    Replies: @Dave Pinsen, @Anonymous, @TelfoedJohn, @Hippopotamusdrome, @Ziggy Coaldust and The Groypers from Mars, @tyrone, @AnotherDad

    Maybe Impolite came to hate Jews as condescending, patronizing, and more intelligent(with whom he couldn’t keep up at Brandeis). Maybe he was driven by anti-Jewish feelings.

    A year or two as a pet being Tikkun Olam’d by these two and then packed off to Brandeis to flounder amongst much smarter people … a lot of people would feel like scrawling some anti-Semitic graffiti at these pompous progressives temple.

    And this guy is queer and bipolar? I think we’re talking “over-determined”.

    • Replies: @njguy73
    @AnotherDad

    Flounder? I'd say he learned exactly what he was supposed to learn: Hate Whitey.

    Replies: @Jim Don Bob

  172. @Jack D
    @YetAnotherAnon

    The author claimed to be from California in the letter while this lady is from Kentucky. However, she could have been lying about that too in the letter just to throw people off of her trail.

    The sad part is that this is in the Daily Mail while the false allegations against Kav were front page for weeks in the NY Times.

    This woman deserves jail time for making false statements to Congressional investigators. I hope the Federal prosecutors follow up on this - hopefully it will discourage such crimes in the future.

    Replies: @L Woods, @Jim Don Bob, @res

    This woman deserves jail time for making false statements to Congressional investigators. I hope the Federal prosecutors follow up on this – hopefully it will discourage such crimes in the future.

    She should get 30 days in jail at least, but I am not holding my breath. This is the DOJ after all.

  173. “…’It’s coming at a time when Jewish New Yorkers are feeling a profound sense of loss and sadness because of what happened in Pittsburgh at the Tree of Life Synagogue and all those who were killed there because of their faith,” de Blasio said…”

    Is Warren Wilhelm, Jr. allowed to speak for “Jewish New Yorkers” given his German descent?

    And are Jewish New Yorkers still allowed to mourn the Tree of Life incident now that we know that the perpetrator was an anti-Trump nutcase who hated him because he is too pro-Israel?

    Or am I not supposed to notice this stuff?

  174. @Buffalo Joe
    @TelfoedJohn

    Telfoed, A case of nurture over nature if there ever was one. A young, troubled black gay man advised and steered into the world by liberal Jews and placed into a environment where he could not cope or compete. Sad in a way.

    Replies: @TelfoedJohn, @njguy73

    A young, troubled black gay man advised and steered into the world by liberal Jews and placed into a environment where he could not cope or compete. Sad in a way.

    No, the problem was not that he was advised and steered into the world by liberal Jews and placed into a environment where he could not cope or compete. It was that he majored in African-American studies at Brandeis. Had he majored in a real discipline, he might have gotten a real job.

    What happened was he lived a schizophrenic young adulthood. First, he gets treated well by a nice Jewish couple. Then he goes to college and gets told that all Whites are beastly. He didn’t know whether to see his foster parents as benefactors or exploiters. And anyone who doesn’t find a reason to be grateful will eventually become ungrateful.

    • Replies: @Buffalo Joe
    @njguy73

    nj, Thank you for your comment.

  175. @AnotherDad
    @Anon


    Maybe Impolite came to hate Jews as condescending, patronizing, and more intelligent(with whom he couldn’t keep up at Brandeis). Maybe he was driven by anti-Jewish feelings.
     
    A year or two as a pet being Tikkun Olam'd by these two and then packed off to Brandeis to flounder amongst much smarter people … a lot of people would feel like scrawling some anti-Semitic graffiti at these pompous progressives temple.

    And this guy is queer and bipolar? I think we're talking "over-determined".

    Replies: @njguy73

    Flounder? I’d say he learned exactly what he was supposed to learn: Hate Whitey.

    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob
    @njguy73

    Did someone say Flounder? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JTF2j0OWUi8

  176. @Henry's Cat
    @Anonymous

    I would have read it but I've passed my limit for free monthly articles at the NYT. And it must be the same person - he's 25 in the NYT and 26 now.

    Replies: @anonymous, @jb, @ScarletNumber

    but I’ve passed my limit for free monthly articles at the NYT

    On November 3?

  177. Sholem Aleichem, the Fiddler on the Roof author.

    To about the same degree Mary Shelley was the author of Bride of Frankenstein.

  178. @Jack D
    @Hhsiii


    but also macaroni salad. What up with that? That’s a Korean bbq thing?

     

    Yes. S. Korean cuisine was strongly influenced by the US Army. Spam is a delicacy. They also make something called Army Base Stew which has a typical Korean hot pepper/kimchi/noodle base with diced up American cold cuts as the protein instead of the traditional tofu - hot dogs, bologna, sliced American cheese. There are different stories on how the Koreans would get their hands on this stuff - whether they were dumpster diving or it was somehow being diverted onto the black market or what, but the American troops were loaded with food while the Koreans were literally starving so (being a meat eating culture anyway) American cold cuts looked damn fine to them. While it began as desperation, they eventually acquired a taste for this stuff although they tended to put their own spin on it.

    Replies: @Carbon blob, @Hhsiii, @nebulafox

    The spam thing I get. Like musabi in Hawaii.
    The Mac salad threw me off a bit. But it works well to palate cleanse between meats and kimchi. I tossed some salt and sesame oil in.

    Reminds me of the mac and cheese and buckwheat cakes with syrup they serve with the lobster luncheon at The National, Steve’s favorite waspy golf course. It’s like what’s this stuff doing here.

  179. @Anon
    A little different, but that initial article about the kid reminded me of Kashawn Campbell, the incredibly gifted black kid who got into US Berkeley, and immediately flunked out. Everyone was baffled. Such a promising young man. It just went to show how grade inflation had gotten out of control. But this kid at Brandeis isn't funking out. He was looking to graduate with a Black Studies major. Come to think of it, the only class that Kashawn passed was in Black Studies. It seems to be an unflunkable major, tailor made for boneheads, and for radicalizing kids. How many hate hoaxes have been executed by black studies majors?

    http://www.latimes.com/local/la-me-c1-cal-freshmen-20130816-dto-htmlstory.html

    Replies: @Dieter Kief, @Old Palo Altan, @Ed, @anon

    While I don’t think he graduated he attended UC Berkeley up to 2015 at least. So if he flunked out it wasn’t immediately. Looks like he works for Primerica. He retweeted this on his feed

    https://mobile.twitter.com/kc062194?lang=en

  180. Anon[232] • Disclaimer says:
    @YetAnotherAnon
    @Jack D

    "The European left (and not just Communists) rejected religion a long time ago, because the Leftist religion was incompatible with traditional religion – in order to embrace one you had to reject the other."

    I'd disagree (and I'd disagree with ad-hominems as well). The Left may have once rejected religion (well, Christianity at any rate), but that was in the days of people actually worrying about terms and conditions for working class people. They've since discovered that in a post-Christian society, religious instincts and behaviours (which don't disappear when formal observance disappears) - taboo, blasphemy, shaming, casting out - are actually really useful to modern leftists (who only care about race, gender and sexuality, not boring stuff like men's pay).

    In the ongoing struggle for the UK Labour Party someone got upset a year or so back because a Corbyn ally had published something they disagreed with "on Holocaust Memorial Day!".

    This is exactly the mindset that a Victorian moralist would have exhibited when someone didn't just get drunk, they got drunk "on a Sunday!"

    Replies: @Anon

    This doesn’t detract from the fact that that the Left derives from the anti-religious bent of the Enlightenment. Chesterton didn’t actually say The first effect of not believing in God is to believe in anything but he might as well have.

    In the Jewish case many Jews tended to jump on the Enlightenment train because it coincided with a (rather justified, in my view) revolt against the overweening and obscurantist Rabbinical authority of the time, which a large portion of the Jews then tend to confound with all religious authority, which is a foolish position but, as it is largely unexamined, understandable. This anti-rabbinical war is the milieu from which, for example, Ron Unz and Israel Shahak come, though they’re a little late to the party.

  181. One of the many things that gradually turned me into an isteve reader was the realization that people like James are NEVER grateful no matter how much is given to them. You would think it would dawn on James that every positive thing in his life is the result of white people acting altruistically towards him and that consequently he wouldn’t resent whites. But no, he is seething with anti-white hate. Giving more resources to him is just giving him more power to destroy what whites have built.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @BigDickNick


    One of the many things that gradually turned me into an isteve reader was the realization that people like James are NEVER grateful no matter how much is given to them. You would think it would dawn on James that every positive thing in his life is the result of white people acting altruistically towards him and that consequently he wouldn’t resent whites. But no, he is seething with anti-white hate. Giving more resources to him is just giving him more power to destroy what whites have built.
     
    Verily, but this same guy would have loved his Massa had Massa given him a good whipping when he got out of line but shown him a little mercy once in a while when he tried to behave right.

    When subjugated blacks behaved in Rhodesia but when Christian missionaries pumped them full of how equal they were to whites they became terrorists.

    Just human nature, though had the Blacks really been equal to whites in intelligence and future time orientation they would have creatively and relatively bloodlessly disencumbered themselves or else slaughtered the whites outright, but then built an equal society. That has never happened. The Haitians slaughtered the whites well enough, but descended into a societal fecal impaction in short order.
  182. @njguy73
    @AnotherDad

    Flounder? I'd say he learned exactly what he was supposed to learn: Hate Whitey.

    Replies: @Jim Don Bob

    Did someone say Flounder?

  183. @Jack D
    @Old Palo Altan

    No, it's not the same. Kashawn is literally an illiterate. An 85 IQ illiterate who cannot write a basic English sentence and cannot be taught how to do so. There is no comparison with your high school friends.

    Replies: @Old Palo Altan

    Not the same, no, but analogous.

    The borderline but statutory entries are shown the door within a year, fifty years ago and, surprisingly, today as well.

    My “ever thus” was about the principle, not about the persons to whom it was, and it cheers me to note, still does apply.

    The sour note is, of course, provided by the fact that my friends would not be allowed in now, while dregs like poor Kashawn are ushered through the door.

    But at least they are ushered right back out again.

    • Replies: @Johann Ricke
    @Old Palo Altan


    The sour note is, of course, provided by the fact that my friends would not be allowed in now, while dregs like poor Kashawn are ushered through the door.

    But at least they are ushered right back out again.
     
    The exclusion of today's equivalent of your friends is the Left Coast's loss. And hopefully some flyover state's gain.
  184. @TelfoedJohn
    @Buffalo Joe

    Forget Nature and Nurture, and remember Nietzsche, who said “Great indebtedness does not make men grateful, but vengeful." This guy knows all the help he has had from his adoptive parents has got him far, but it undermines his self-worth - because he knows he couldn’t have got there on his own.

    Replies: @Buffalo Joe, @Dan Hayes

    Telfoed, Thank you for the Nietzsche quote and your comment.

  185. @Old Palo Altan
    @Jack D

    Not the same, no, but analogous.

    The borderline but statutory entries are shown the door within a year, fifty years ago and, surprisingly, today as well.

    My "ever thus" was about the principle, not about the persons to whom it was, and it cheers me to note, still does apply.

    The sour note is, of course, provided by the fact that my friends would not be allowed in now, while dregs like poor Kashawn are ushered through the door.

    But at least they are ushered right back out again.

    Replies: @Johann Ricke

    The sour note is, of course, provided by the fact that my friends would not be allowed in now, while dregs like poor Kashawn are ushered through the door.

    But at least they are ushered right back out again.

    The exclusion of today’s equivalent of your friends is the Left Coast’s loss. And hopefully some flyover state’s gain.

  186. @TelfoedJohn
    @Buffalo Joe

    Forget Nature and Nurture, and remember Nietzsche, who said “Great indebtedness does not make men grateful, but vengeful." This guy knows all the help he has had from his adoptive parents has got him far, but it undermines his self-worth - because he knows he couldn’t have got there on his own.

    Replies: @Buffalo Joe, @Dan Hayes

    TelfoedJohn:

    Or saying it another way: The dog that bites the hand that feeds it will lick the hand that beats it!

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Dan Hayes


    Or saying it another way: The dog that bites the hand that feeds it will lick the hand that beats it!
     
    Tally ho!

    Some dogs will bite anybody regardless of how they are treated. Those are dealt with best with a properly placed round of whatever is handy. They have been bred out

    But many dogs just need to be dominated correctly and will then behave.

    Most mutts are decent pets but not good as working dogs. Buy a properly bred hunting, working or other specialized breed and it will do what it is supposed to, but many breeds have limitations that you need to understand before getting one. Steve has talked about Newfoundlands pulling people out of swimming pools , I think. And a chow dog is never safe around strangers who take liberties with it.

    Of course, when I grew up, you were taught that if a dog bit you it was your fault if you went near it or tried to pet it. A bite might mean an ass whipping from Dad as well, so you avoided strange dogs.

  187. @Jack D
    @Anon

    It's hard to tell if the guy is poetic or just schizo. His writing has a certain manic "word salad" quality that a lot of psycho writing exhibits. He sounds high IQ for a black person but the mental illness gets in the way.

    Replies: @Johann Ricke

    It’s hard to tell if the guy is poetic or just schizo. His writing has a certain manic “word salad” quality that a lot of psycho writing exhibits. He sounds high IQ for a black person but the mental illness gets in the way.

    I think it’s merely today’s fashion. Jackson Pollock with words. No particular talent required – just a willingness to fake it until he makes it. Given how strong the Dunning-Kruger effect is with the average black person, maybe he really thinks this is genius-level work, unfairly maligned by racist wypipo. Frankly, with this type of material it’s hard to tell how much of a given artiste’s (of any color) success has to do with his presentation skills and how much is pure luck.

  188. @Anon
    Polite is kooky but a more perceptive writer than the Nasty Coates.

    Daily Caller:
    But on Facebook, Polite mocked such “hipsters” as naive gentrifiers looking to feel good about themselves. In one post, at the bottom of which he named Waletzky and Levison, he wrote:

    Polite:
    Yes, she is competing with the people of the Bubble which POC she can hire, it’s starting to look like white people take home six figures for their lifetime of sacrifices to POC. Yes, they know what you’re gonna say. As soon as they find a bubble safe token they’ll be sure to objectify him and brandish like that overpriced culturally appropriated drink.
    They’re back at Hipster Manifest Density with new art. Something in Spanish featuring an indigenous who could have been the indigenous person who died on land with a view that they and their friends of the bubble would die for. A card identical to the one that arrived in their secluded section of the East Granolaville section of Eveywhitesuburb, USA. Bloods runs down like rain water that danced across clay.
    The blood leaves it’s holder red handed as she clinches on to her paid subscription to I’ve done my part for these POC. They pull out translucent hand sanitizer to their macs which blood is dried by the heat of turbines cooling down minerals with blood. That goes unnoticed in corner office at the Race Pimp industrial complex.

    He/she a poet too.

    Below reads like Malcolm X on crack. Surreally eloquent.

    https://dailycaller.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/polite_fb3.png

    Replies: @notanon

    Tom Wolfe meets Malcolm X

    and with a dickensian name too

  189. @njguy73
    @Buffalo Joe


    A young, troubled black gay man advised and steered into the world by liberal Jews and placed into a environment where he could not cope or compete. Sad in a way.

     

    No, the problem was not that he was advised and steered into the world by liberal Jews and placed into a environment where he could not cope or compete. It was that he majored in African-American studies at Brandeis. Had he majored in a real discipline, he might have gotten a real job.

    What happened was he lived a schizophrenic young adulthood. First, he gets treated well by a nice Jewish couple. Then he goes to college and gets told that all Whites are beastly. He didn't know whether to see his foster parents as benefactors or exploiters. And anyone who doesn't find a reason to be grateful will eventually become ungrateful.

    Replies: @Buffalo Joe

    nj, Thank you for your comment.

  190. @Reg Cæsar
    @Achmed E. Newman


    ...but I draw the line at pasting swa-stickers on the walls and setting fires in trash cans.
     
    Not to mention assassinating presidents.

    https://www.trumanlibrary.org/trivia/assassin.htm

    These guys' blunder was even worse than James Earl Ray's.

    Not that Truman didn't have it coming. Certainly more than the innocent cop they got instead.

    Replies: @Hhsiii

    So that a-hole lived a free man for 25 years in PR after Truman changed his sentence to life and Carter let him go? Nice work if you can get it. He shoots a few cops and gets to brag about it?

  191. @Anon
    Somewhat OT: The other day a crazy libtard by the name of Shelby Shoup threw a childish tantrum, yelling and throwing chocolate milk on Florida campus Republicans and kicking over their sign. She was yelling about 'her people' being killed, implying that she is Jewish and upset over the synagogue shootings. She's a volunteer for Andrew Gillum, not surprisingly.

    However, when you look at the video of her attacking, you can quite plainly see she's wearing a Nazi swastika pin on her right lapel, right below the Communist insignia. She's ranting against Nazis while she's wearing a swastika.

    You can see the swastika pin quite plainly at 1:18 in the video.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CQSJM1bQ4_U

    This is a typical liberal in a nutshell. Selfish, bad-tempered, hysterical, attention-seeking, and crazy-rhymes-with-witch.

    Replies: @larry lurker, @J.Ross

    There’s a line through the swastika. Hard to see in the video itself but you can see it in the thumbnail.

  192. @notanon
    @Anon


    If he attended college, why can’t he draw a proper Swastika?
     
    i wonder if there's a psychological reason hoaxers don't draw them properly - like a kind of superstitious thing

    Replies: @Mr. Anon, @Inquiring Mind

    Is it like Colonel Hogan, the eponymous character of “Hogan’s Heroes” weakly returning a Hitler salute when he was impersonating a German officer on a mission with the resistance?

    “I am giving the Hitler salute, but my loyalties are to the Allies, so I don’t really mean it.”

    • Replies: @notanon
    @Inquiring Mind

    yes that kind of idea

  193. @Anon
    Somewhat OT: The other day a crazy libtard by the name of Shelby Shoup threw a childish tantrum, yelling and throwing chocolate milk on Florida campus Republicans and kicking over their sign. She was yelling about 'her people' being killed, implying that she is Jewish and upset over the synagogue shootings. She's a volunteer for Andrew Gillum, not surprisingly.

    However, when you look at the video of her attacking, you can quite plainly see she's wearing a Nazi swastika pin on her right lapel, right below the Communist insignia. She's ranting against Nazis while she's wearing a swastika.

    You can see the swastika pin quite plainly at 1:18 in the video.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CQSJM1bQ4_U

    This is a typical liberal in a nutshell. Selfish, bad-tempered, hysterical, attention-seeking, and crazy-rhymes-with-witch.

    Replies: @larry lurker, @J.Ross

    It’s a “crossed-out” swastika, a black fylfot underneath the red international “no” symbol.

  194. Anonymous[427] • Disclaimer says:
    @Jack D
    @TelfoedJohn

    This is 180 degrees opposite to what happened. You couldn't possibly be more wrong. Polite resented Jew liberals as patronizing, and railed against Zionism. Humans naturally resent being in need of charity and hate those who help them. It was entirely predictable that Polite would bite the hand that fed him.

    In fact, you and Polite could be good buddies except for the fact that he hates white people too. But at least you agree on the Jew hating part.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Harry Baldwin

    I am sometimes curious as to whether you distinguish people who really do hate Jews per se-they do exist, and I have met them, but I think they are fairly rare-and those who do not hate or even necessarily dislike Jews per se, and may even be in a certain way pro-Zionist, but who understand Jews for what they are, a distinct and separate people who are on average more intelligent but who strongly tend to advocate and work for what is good for Jews as they see it despite its often corrosive effect on non-Jews and are willing to say so in public.

    And if not, whether you could do so but choose not to or whether you simply can not perceive any ability for such to exist.

  195. moshe says:
    @Jack D
    @Jake

    Thank you for your psychotic ravings. Remember to take your meds.

    The Josh Waletsky version of Yiddish cultures was expressly secular and NOT rabbinical. It grew out of the Bundist movement. Bundism was social democratic labor movement, roughly equivalent to the Labour Party in Britain - i.e. soft left and not hard left but nevertheless atheist. The European left (and not just Communists) rejected religion a long time ago, because the Leftist religion was incompatible with traditional religion - in order to embrace one you had to reject the other.

    American Bundism has pretty much literally died out, except for a handful of die hards like Waletsky. Most non- ultra religious American Jews did not teach their kids Yiddish. Yiddish now is largely in the hands of the ultra-Orthodox, who are not interested in Yiddish literature, poetry, song, etc. but this has nothing to do with the Waletsky version of Yiddish culture.

    Replies: @YetAnotherAnon, @moshe

    Jack, you’re gonna engage this guy on Yiddish cultures? All while I need help explaining the geography of the southwest to a clump of conditioner stuck to my sink? Stop wasting your time and head over here to help me out! I’m beginning to suspect the aforesaid clump is Christphobic as well.

    On another subject, how’s a landsman doing? Come here often? I’m presently accross the pond but if you want to whatsapp I’m game. Steve knows who you are by your email address log-in and he has my phone number. I don’t have a sim so I can’t receive calls but it’d be fun to connect up on whatsapp. a gitte vuch

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @moshe

    A gut vokh tsu dir.

    Sorry, can't help you with your conditioner clump. I am too busy explaining The Critique of Pure Reason to my dog. She is a labradoodle and quite bright but I cannot get her to grasp the distinction between analytic and synthetic judgments no matter how many times I explain it to her. She just tilts her head and looks at me funny.

    If Steve is reading this he has my permission to give Moshe my email address.

    Replies: @J.Ross

  196. Anonymous[427] • Disclaimer says:
    @BigDickNick
    One of the many things that gradually turned me into an isteve reader was the realization that people like James are NEVER grateful no matter how much is given to them. You would think it would dawn on James that every positive thing in his life is the result of white people acting altruistically towards him and that consequently he wouldn't resent whites. But no, he is seething with anti-white hate. Giving more resources to him is just giving him more power to destroy what whites have built.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    One of the many things that gradually turned me into an isteve reader was the realization that people like James are NEVER grateful no matter how much is given to them. You would think it would dawn on James that every positive thing in his life is the result of white people acting altruistically towards him and that consequently he wouldn’t resent whites. But no, he is seething with anti-white hate. Giving more resources to him is just giving him more power to destroy what whites have built.

    Verily, but this same guy would have loved his Massa had Massa given him a good whipping when he got out of line but shown him a little mercy once in a while when he tried to behave right.

    When subjugated blacks behaved in Rhodesia but when Christian missionaries pumped them full of how equal they were to whites they became terrorists.

    Just human nature, though had the Blacks really been equal to whites in intelligence and future time orientation they would have creatively and relatively bloodlessly disencumbered themselves or else slaughtered the whites outright, but then built an equal society. That has never happened. The Haitians slaughtered the whites well enough, but descended into a societal fecal impaction in short order.

  197. Anonymous[427] • Disclaimer says:
    @Dan Hayes
    @TelfoedJohn

    TelfoedJohn:

    Or saying it another way: The dog that bites the hand that feeds it will lick the hand that beats it!

    Replies: @Anonymous

    Or saying it another way: The dog that bites the hand that feeds it will lick the hand that beats it!

    Tally ho!

    Some dogs will bite anybody regardless of how they are treated. Those are dealt with best with a properly placed round of whatever is handy. They have been bred out

    But many dogs just need to be dominated correctly and will then behave.

    Most mutts are decent pets but not good as working dogs. Buy a properly bred hunting, working or other specialized breed and it will do what it is supposed to, but many breeds have limitations that you need to understand before getting one. Steve has talked about Newfoundlands pulling people out of swimming pools , I think. And a chow dog is never safe around strangers who take liberties with it.

    Of course, when I grew up, you were taught that if a dog bit you it was your fault if you went near it or tried to pet it. A bite might mean an ass whipping from Dad as well, so you avoided strange dogs.

    • Agree: Dan Hayes
  198. @Jack D
    @TelfoedJohn

    This is 180 degrees opposite to what happened. You couldn't possibly be more wrong. Polite resented Jew liberals as patronizing, and railed against Zionism. Humans naturally resent being in need of charity and hate those who help them. It was entirely predictable that Polite would bite the hand that fed him.

    In fact, you and Polite could be good buddies except for the fact that he hates white people too. But at least you agree on the Jew hating part.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Harry Baldwin

    I wanna bite the hand that feeds me
    I wanna bite that hand so badly
    I want to make them wish they’d never seen me

    –Elvis Costello, Radio, Radio

  199. @Inquiring Mind
    @notanon

    Is it like Colonel Hogan, the eponymous character of "Hogan's Heroes" weakly returning a Hitler salute when he was impersonating a German officer on a mission with the resistance?

    "I am giving the Hitler salute, but my loyalties are to the Allies, so I don't really mean it."

    Replies: @notanon

    yes that kind of idea

  200. @Jack D
    @YetAnotherAnon

    The author claimed to be from California in the letter while this lady is from Kentucky. However, she could have been lying about that too in the letter just to throw people off of her trail.

    The sad part is that this is in the Daily Mail while the false allegations against Kav were front page for weeks in the NY Times.

    This woman deserves jail time for making false statements to Congressional investigators. I hope the Federal prosecutors follow up on this - hopefully it will discourage such crimes in the future.

    Replies: @L Woods, @Jim Don Bob, @res

    The sad part is that this is in the Daily Mail while the false allegations against Kav were front page for weeks in the NY Times.

    Sad, but completely unsurprising.

  201. @Paul Jolliffe
    @Clifford Brown

    No, not surprising at all.

    But with the crucial midterm elections only 72 hours away, I predict we are not done seeing this sort of stupidity.

    And any further "events" may not be solely done by amateur nut-jobs. I wouldn't bet against professional agitators/operatives cooking up one more newsworthy event with yet another "useful idiot", such as Cesar Sayoc.

    Liberal universities are filled with hardcore leftists who hate, hate, hate the political right. None of those haters are stupid/evil enough to pull a false-flag on a college campus, are they?

    I think everyone everywhere ought to be very alert and maintain a high "situational awareness" for at least the next 72 hours.

    Replies: @anon

    I think everyone everywhere ought to be very alert and maintain a high “situational awareness” for at least the next 72 hours.

    you’re more likely to get run over by a car than be a victim of some wacky “terrorist” event

    • Replies: @Paul Jolliffe
    @anon

    Let us hope that you are right, and you may well be.

    But I still say the chances of "something" happening are much higher over the next 48 hours than they will be a week from now. Right now they aren't zero.

  202. @Anon
    A little different, but that initial article about the kid reminded me of Kashawn Campbell, the incredibly gifted black kid who got into US Berkeley, and immediately flunked out. Everyone was baffled. Such a promising young man. It just went to show how grade inflation had gotten out of control. But this kid at Brandeis isn't funking out. He was looking to graduate with a Black Studies major. Come to think of it, the only class that Kashawn passed was in Black Studies. It seems to be an unflunkable major, tailor made for boneheads, and for radicalizing kids. How many hate hoaxes have been executed by black studies majors?

    http://www.latimes.com/local/la-me-c1-cal-freshmen-20130816-dto-htmlstory.html

    Replies: @Dieter Kief, @Old Palo Altan, @Ed, @anon

    A little different, but that initial article about the kid reminded me of Kashawn Campbell, the incredibly gifted black kid who got into US Berkeley, and immediately flunked out. Everyone was baffled. Such a promising young man.

    maybe he didn’t want all that pressure – The Great Black Hope

  203. @J.Ross
    An Unexpected Turn from a Houseguest
    Why are blacks discriminated against on Air-B-n-B? Is it the violent stalking that continues after the guy is jailed?
    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6348023/Texas-woman-stalked-Airbnb-guest-ransacked-apartment-bombarded-messages.html

    Replies: @a reader

    Khawaja said nothing about Leonard Jackson seemed out of the ordinary as she handed him her apartment keys and left to carry on with her day.

    Hardly.

  204. @moshe
    @Jack D

    Jack, you're gonna engage this guy on Yiddish cultures? All while I need help explaining the geography of the southwest to a clump of conditioner stuck to my sink? Stop wasting your time and head over here to help me out! I'm beginning to suspect the aforesaid clump is Christphobic as well.

    On another subject, how's a landsman doing? Come here often? I'm presently accross the pond but if you want to whatsapp I'm game. Steve knows who you are by your email address log-in and he has my phone number. I don't have a sim so I can't receive calls but it'd be fun to connect up on whatsapp. a gitte vuch

    Replies: @Jack D

    A gut vokh tsu dir.

    Sorry, can’t help you with your conditioner clump. I am too busy explaining The Critique of Pure Reason to my dog. She is a labradoodle and quite bright but I cannot get her to grasp the distinction between analytic and synthetic judgments no matter how many times I explain it to her. She just tilts her head and looks at me funny.

    If Steve is reading this he has my permission to give Moshe my email address.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @Jack D

    That's wierd, my impression has been that dogs start with a perfect understanding of Kant. Their daily routine is constant. Their morality is rigid and relies on fairness rather than the situation. And it sounds like they speak German.

  205. He’s kind of like the young black gay version of the omnipresent Man in the Street, Greg Packer, who has been quoted in the news media nearly 1,000 times.

    Gay and black version of Greg Packer, would that make him a Fudge Packer?

    • LOL: Dtbb
  206. @candid_observer
    @candid_observer

    I can hardly wait for the Times' follow up article in which this guy's acts are blamed on racism.

    Not his racism of course -- the terrible racism he has suffered.

    Bad Whites! Bad!

    Replies: @Anon

    “I can hardly wait for the Times’ follow up article in which this guy’s acts are blamed on racism.”

    They went with mental illness this time.

    But racists were responsible for stigmatizing treatment and making him go of his meds.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @Anon

    To be fair, that's not what the article said. It pretty much blamed mental illness, which still relieves Polite of any element of agency. Even when blacks are not the direct victims of racists (not too many KKK members at Brandeis or in Brooklyn so it's hard to construct a credible narrative even by the standards of the NYT) they are always the victim of unfortunate circumstances and are therefore never responsible for their own actions.

    In the article, Quinn admits that as his mental illness got worse so did his anti-Semitism, so it was obviously well known to her even before this incident.

    I'm sure that if the graffiti writer/ fire setter had been white the Times would have been equally sympathetic to their mental illness.

  207. @anon
    @Paul Jolliffe


    I think everyone everywhere ought to be very alert and maintain a high “situational awareness” for at least the next 72 hours.
     
    you're more likely to get run over by a car than be a victim of some wacky "terrorist" event

    Replies: @Paul Jolliffe

    Let us hope that you are right, and you may well be.

    But I still say the chances of “something” happening are much higher over the next 48 hours than they will be a week from now. Right now they aren’t zero.

  208. @Dave Pinsen
    Amazing.

    Incidentally, for those unaware, Christine Quinn is a qualified lesbian.

    Replies: @Miro23

    Amazing.

    Incidentally, for those unaware, Christine Quinn is a qualified lesbian.

    It’s not enough for a political candidate to be a lesbian – they have to be a qualified lesbian – it makes sense (victims with qualifications).

  209. @Anon
    @candid_observer

    "I can hardly wait for the Times’ follow up article in which this guy’s acts are blamed on racism."

    They went with mental illness this time.

    But racists were responsible for stigmatizing treatment and making him go of his meds.

    Replies: @Jack D

    To be fair, that’s not what the article said. It pretty much blamed mental illness, which still relieves Polite of any element of agency. Even when blacks are not the direct victims of racists (not too many KKK members at Brandeis or in Brooklyn so it’s hard to construct a credible narrative even by the standards of the NYT) they are always the victim of unfortunate circumstances and are therefore never responsible for their own actions.

    In the article, Quinn admits that as his mental illness got worse so did his anti-Semitism, so it was obviously well known to her even before this incident.

    I’m sure that if the graffiti writer/ fire setter had been white the Times would have been equally sympathetic to their mental illness.

    • LOL: Johann Ricke
  210. If I follow things correctly, this thing was twenty-five years old when it met the lady who later gave it an internship, and later still helped it into college, then, sometime during its time at college, this outfit asked with helping the “Neediest Children” gave the creature almost nine hundred dollars.

    It was perhaps twenty-six or twenty-seven by then: by what tortured reasoning was it a child? We’re all of the actual children already so well off the outfit had surplus resources to give to grown men? (I’m skeptical that is the case.)

    I’m unsure when it began, but the preposterous idea persons in their twenties who vote – they run the place; think of it! – are children needs to stop.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @Autochthon

    I've heard of other cases of blacks in their mid-20s who pretend to be younger to get money to attend school. They often have mental issues. In one case I read about a long time ago, an African American woman in her 20s was pretending to be 10 years younger to attend high school in between mental illness episodes. She seemed to find attending high school, where she was a hardworking, cooperative student, to be self-therapy for her.

    Replies: @FKA Max, @njguy73

  211. I’m sure that if the graffiti writer/ fire setter had been white the Times would have been equally sympathetic to their mental illness.

    Spot on. Agency is the number one item in the “white privilege knapsack”.

  212. @Jack D
    @Hhsiii


    but also macaroni salad. What up with that? That’s a Korean bbq thing?

     

    Yes. S. Korean cuisine was strongly influenced by the US Army. Spam is a delicacy. They also make something called Army Base Stew which has a typical Korean hot pepper/kimchi/noodle base with diced up American cold cuts as the protein instead of the traditional tofu - hot dogs, bologna, sliced American cheese. There are different stories on how the Koreans would get their hands on this stuff - whether they were dumpster diving or it was somehow being diverted onto the black market or what, but the American troops were loaded with food while the Koreans were literally starving so (being a meat eating culture anyway) American cold cuts looked damn fine to them. While it began as desperation, they eventually acquired a taste for this stuff although they tended to put their own spin on it.

    Replies: @Carbon blob, @Hhsiii, @nebulafox

    Budae jjiggae. Ugh. Couldn’t stand that stuff, as a kid and now. Loved everything else about Korea (as does pretty much everybody in SEA these days-Korea this, Korea that all over the place), food included, just not that one, ironically enough.

    My grandfather didn’t talk much about his time in Korea, but according to my mother, from the few times he did, I would go with the dumpster diving thesis. Starvation is a powerful muse: it’ll either kick in a will to survive with corresponding levels of lack of hangups, creativity and ruthlessness that you never thought existed, or the polar opposite impulse to die, ASAP. There’s something very active about the apathy in the latter. Probably evolutionary instincts at work.

  213. @Jack D
    @moshe

    A gut vokh tsu dir.

    Sorry, can't help you with your conditioner clump. I am too busy explaining The Critique of Pure Reason to my dog. She is a labradoodle and quite bright but I cannot get her to grasp the distinction between analytic and synthetic judgments no matter how many times I explain it to her. She just tilts her head and looks at me funny.

    If Steve is reading this he has my permission to give Moshe my email address.

    Replies: @J.Ross

    That’s wierd, my impression has been that dogs start with a perfect understanding of Kant. Their daily routine is constant. Their morality is rigid and relies on fairness rather than the situation. And it sounds like they speak German.

  214. @Autochthon
    If I follow things correctly, this thing was twenty-five years old when it met the lady who later gave it an internship, and later still helped it into college, then, sometime during its time at college, this outfit asked with helping the "Neediest Children" gave the creature almost nine hundred dollars.

    It was perhaps twenty-six or twenty-seven by then: by what tortured reasoning was it a child? We're all of the actual children already so well off the outfit had surplus resources to give to grown men? (I'm skeptical that is the case.)

    I'm unsure when it began, but the preposterous idea persons in their twenties who vote – they run the place; think of it! – are children needs to stop.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer

    I’ve heard of other cases of blacks in their mid-20s who pretend to be younger to get money to attend school. They often have mental issues. In one case I read about a long time ago, an African American woman in her 20s was pretending to be 10 years younger to attend high school in between mental illness episodes. She seemed to find attending high school, where she was a hardworking, cooperative student, to be self-therapy for her.

    • Replies: @FKA Max
    @Steve Sailer


    Rosner grew up in Boulder, Colorado.[12] He reportedly spent 10 years in high school, leaving in 1987.[13] Rosner began working on a theory of everything around age 21, and had returned to high school at age 26 in order to have "one of those desk-chair combinations" in a quiet place to think about how the theory might work, drawing a comparison in an interview to Albert Einstein's Swiss patent office.[14]
     
    - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_G._Rosner#Early_life_and_education

    He tells the story from 8 min 44 sec into the video:

    Highest IQ - Rick Rosner Part 2

    https://youtu.be/v8g0JnjvQQI?t=524

    Replies: @FKA Max

    , @njguy73
    @Steve Sailer

    Steve, I just figured it out.

    Forget the prison-industrial complex. Forget sending them off to war. To get rid of troublesome people, just create virtual high school simulations for them to stay in.

    You may now thank me.

  215. @Steve Sailer
    @Autochthon

    I've heard of other cases of blacks in their mid-20s who pretend to be younger to get money to attend school. They often have mental issues. In one case I read about a long time ago, an African American woman in her 20s was pretending to be 10 years younger to attend high school in between mental illness episodes. She seemed to find attending high school, where she was a hardworking, cooperative student, to be self-therapy for her.

    Replies: @FKA Max, @njguy73

    Rosner grew up in Boulder, Colorado.[12] He reportedly spent 10 years in high school, leaving in 1987.[13] Rosner began working on a theory of everything around age 21, and had returned to high school at age 26 in order to have “one of those desk-chair combinations” in a quiet place to think about how the theory might work, drawing a comparison in an interview to Albert Einstein’s Swiss patent office.[14]

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_G._Rosner#Early_life_and_education

    He tells the story from 8 min 44 sec into the video:

    Highest IQ – Rick Rosner Part 2

    • Replies: @FKA Max
    @FKA Max

    Here he explains why he graduated four or five times from high school:

    Highest IQ - Rick Rosner Part 3

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CcGwn3Ldq80

  216. @FKA Max
    @Steve Sailer


    Rosner grew up in Boulder, Colorado.[12] He reportedly spent 10 years in high school, leaving in 1987.[13] Rosner began working on a theory of everything around age 21, and had returned to high school at age 26 in order to have "one of those desk-chair combinations" in a quiet place to think about how the theory might work, drawing a comparison in an interview to Albert Einstein's Swiss patent office.[14]
     
    - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_G._Rosner#Early_life_and_education

    He tells the story from 8 min 44 sec into the video:

    Highest IQ - Rick Rosner Part 2

    https://youtu.be/v8g0JnjvQQI?t=524

    Replies: @FKA Max

    Here he explains why he graduated four or five times from high school:

    Highest IQ – Rick Rosner Part 3

  217. @El Dato
    @eah

    This graph is the prevalence of births outside marriage?

    Great stuff, what's the numbers for 2018?

    Replies: @eah

    Yes.

    Latest CDC data at the link (pdf) — most recent data appears to be similar, ie approx 70% of black births to unmarried mothers (Table 11) — Blacks and Hispanics are vying for most dysfunctional/irresponsible group.

  218. @Steve Sailer
    @Autochthon

    I've heard of other cases of blacks in their mid-20s who pretend to be younger to get money to attend school. They often have mental issues. In one case I read about a long time ago, an African American woman in her 20s was pretending to be 10 years younger to attend high school in between mental illness episodes. She seemed to find attending high school, where she was a hardworking, cooperative student, to be self-therapy for her.

    Replies: @FKA Max, @njguy73

    Steve, I just figured it out.

    Forget the prison-industrial complex. Forget sending them off to war. To get rid of troublesome people, just create virtual high school simulations for them to stay in.

    You may now thank me.

  219. @Charlotte Allen
    Are the two James Polites really the same person? The photos are small, but the James Polite arrested for synagogue vandalism looks as though he has darker skin than the Brandeis James Polite and his facial features look different. The ages of the two and the Brooklyn setting do mesh, however. Also the fact that the "good" James Polite admitted that he had mental problems. It's pretty clear that he wasn't exactly Brandeis material and was probably pushed there by Ms. Quinn and his foster parents.

    The foster parents' involvement with Polite seems rather strange, doesn't it? If they were prosperous Brooklynites who considered themselves Polite's "second set of parents," couldn't they have afforded the $856 for his school supplies? Why was he drawing from a fund that is supposed to help New York's "neediest" people? Something seems to be missing here.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @EdwardM

    If they were prosperous Brooklynites who considered themselves Polite’s “second set of parents,” couldn’t they have afforded the $856 for his school supplies?

    They’re of a certain, er, culture, that won’t hesitate to take the free money, without regard to the potentially legitimately needy person to whom they are denying it.

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