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Over the years, I’ve paid a fair amount of attention to the politically correct racist hate coming from USC professor Viet Thanh Nguyen, a Pulitzer-prize winning novelist, because, compared to most of his peers, he is clearly a smart guy. I wonder if he’s driven by the urge to play the Woke game so vociferously in the hopes that he could guilt-trip or bully Hollywood into finally making a movie out of his Great Vietnamese-American Novel, The Sympathizer …

The professor got roasted in his replies for his racism, leading to this:

You can see why elites so much want to have the Biden Administration and the tech monopolists more strongly censor social media: it provides too level of a playing field. In the past, you’d have to deal with one critical Letter to the Editor being published a week after your column. But today, you, a Pulitzer Prize winner, can quickly be logically/empirically/morally humiliated by scores of Internet Randos. That is the crime of lèse-diversité.

 
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  1. Finally I’m starting to understand all those guys who tore up their draft cards. Guys like Thanh Nguyen sure as hell weren’t worth dying for.

    • Replies: @Larry, San Francisco
    @Anonymous

    What about Andy Ngo?

  2. • Replies: @Guy De Champlagne
    @JohnnyWalker123

    I too get all my Epstein and international jewry news from self described "sex slave survivors" on twitter. That's how you know you're getting the straight facts and not the crudely stitched together barely coherent copes of an emotionally crippled basket case.

    I especially love the information density you get with those screen filling tweets. Keep em coming!

  3. Anonymous[997] • Disclaimer says:

    You can see why elites so much want to have the Biden Administration and the tech monopolists more strongly censor social media: it provides too level of a playing field. In the past, you’d have to deal with one critical Letter to the Editor being published a week after your column. But today, you, a Pulitzer Prize winner, can quickly be logically/empirically/morally humiliated by scores of Internet Randos. That is the crime of lèse-diversité.

    Which is why most leftwing sites no longer bother with user comments. That means they have neither comments nor letters to the editor.

    • Replies: @Polistra
    @Anonymous

    Unfortunately Taki's comments sections were trashed by internet bozos, some of whom will find it hard to refrain from responding to this very post.


    Tranh Nguyen Pham:


    hold the system of white supremacy responsible for dividing us.
     
    Asians learn ropes very fast in new land.

    Replies: @SMK, @Richard B

    , @Jack D
    @Anonymous

    The main Philadelphia newspaper website (inquirer.com) just got rid of comments. They came right out and said that most of the comments were right wingers calling them on their leftist bullshit and they can't have that anymore. Can't have an echo chamber with hecklers.

    All Left wing regimes in the end do away with a free press because they can't withstand popular scrutiny. Kamala Harris was at 3.4% in the polls when she dropped out, but they are going to make her POTUS as soon as Joe kicks off.

    Replies: @Rex Little, @Richard B

  4. Acquitted.

    • Replies: @Flip
    @JohnnyWalker123

    Traitors are worse than enemies.

    Replies: @brandybranch

    , @El Dato
    @JohnnyWalker123

    That's not particularly surprising but the memes gonna be good.

    Twitter is already full of unmanaged antifascistic rage. The first who posts that this is like a second Holocaust will probably win a free drink at Starbucks.

    , @Anon
    @JohnnyWalker123

    Republicans acquit Trump, but convict themselves. Republicans are now officially the Downmarket Thug Party. Some of us are not leftists but can now never vote Republican.

    Replies: @Cato

    , @Anonymous
    @JohnnyWalker123

    https://twitter.com/mtracey/status/1359926894444052487
    https://twitter.com/jdforward/status/1359931927671820288

    Replies: @Gabe Ruth

    , @Hapalong Cassidy
    @JohnnyWalker123

    Unfortunately, only Murkowski is up for re-election in 2022 (Toomey is retiring). The rest are obviously hoping voters will forget about this by 2024 or 2026.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    , @Anonymous
    @JohnnyWalker123

    "SNIT" Romney still sulking after all this time?

  5. Mute button, where you have been my entire Twitter life? Such blessed silence.

    Virgins of the mute button, unite!

  6. Obviously the solution to Anti-Asian violence by Joggers was the Platinum Plan, right, Steve?

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Supply and Demand

    You have a good point, S&D. That 1/2 TRILLION dollar Platinum Plan, plus loads of cheating, of course, lost Trump the election, IMO. Put another way, without having turned off a few million more on-the-fence white people, Trump might have been able to outpace the cheatfest. Nice going, Trumpy!

  7. lèse-diversité is a keeper.

    Many thanks.

    • Agree: kaganovitch
  8. The sorts of Asians being savagely attacked and murdered – hard-working, humble, essentially voiceless – don’t waste their time playing gotcha on Twitter, and have enough common sense to keep as much distance as possible between themselves and blacks – particularly “teens” and “youths”.

    Just like Prof Nguyen, whenever his Beamer is idled at a red light in a sketchy part of town. Then, his silent prayer of gratitude isn’t to any mute button; rather, it’s more like “power locks and windows, do not fail me in my hour of need.” But he’s got enough roundeye savvy not to preserve such wisdom on Twitter.

    • Replies: @anon
    @Ragno

    >“power locks and windows, do not fail me in my hour of need.”

    Won't help if we continue to progress toward Brazil-like levels of crime.

    https://twitter.com/amegregan5/status/1357950023829360646

    Replies: @Rob McX

    , @Ganderson
    @Ragno

    Hopefully his Beamer has a stick shift, as the average Dundu doesn’t know how to drive one.

    Is “Dindu” supposed to be capitalized?

  9. @Anonymous

    You can see why elites so much want to have the Biden Administration and the tech monopolists more strongly censor social media: it provides too level of a playing field. In the past, you’d have to deal with one critical Letter to the Editor being published a week after your column. But today, you, a Pulitzer Prize winner, can quickly be logically/empirically/morally humiliated by scores of Internet Randos. That is the crime of lèse-diversité.
     
    Which is why most leftwing sites no longer bother with user comments. That means they have neither comments nor letters to the editor.

    Replies: @Polistra, @Jack D

    Unfortunately Taki’s comments sections were trashed by internet bozos, some of whom will find it hard to refrain from responding to this very post.

    Tranh Nguyen Pham:

    hold the system of white supremacy responsible for dividing us.

    Asians learn ropes very fast in new land.

    • Replies: @SMK
    @Polistra

    My remarks in my previous comment were prescient. The epidemic of black-on-Asian violence is obviously a malign effect of "systemic racism" and "white supremacy." If the millions of Asians in the US were to move to Haiti or the countries of sub-Saharan Africa, they'd be in no danger of being assaulted, robbed, raped and gang-raped, murdered, and worse. There would be no threat of collective or individual by blacks against "Asians" since there would be no "system of white supremacy responsible for dividing us." But since black-on-"Asian" violence in these nations would surely be far more extreme, brutal, horrific, and pervasive, possibly even genocidal, anti-white "progressive" and leftist "Asians" would have to blame the legacy of slavery in Haiti and colonialism in sub-Saharan Africa.

    , @Richard B
    @Polistra


    hold the system of white supremacy responsible for dividing us.
     
    Translation: The only thing holding our fragile political system together is the lie of white supremacy. Exposure of that lie will be responsible for dividing us. Therefore, we have no choice but to continue repeating the systemic lie of white supremacy.
  10. @JohnnyWalker123
    Acquitted.

    https://twitter.com/NBCPolitics/status/1360693216601849857

    https://twitter.com/zerohedge/status/1360692763981930496

    Replies: @Flip, @El Dato, @Anon, @Anonymous, @Hapalong Cassidy, @Anonymous

    Traitors are worse than enemies.

    • Replies: @brandybranch
    @Flip

    and should be dealt with accordingly.

  11. @JohnnyWalker123
    Acquitted.

    https://twitter.com/NBCPolitics/status/1360693216601849857

    https://twitter.com/zerohedge/status/1360692763981930496

    Replies: @Flip, @El Dato, @Anon, @Anonymous, @Hapalong Cassidy, @Anonymous

    That’s not particularly surprising but the memes gonna be good.

    Twitter is already full of unmanaged antifascistic rage. The first who posts that this is like a second Holocaust will probably win a free drink at Starbucks.

  12. Next novel-THE BLM SYMPATHIZER .

    BTW, Vietnamese are generally OK (they’re also I think the only people who ever defeated the max-based 13th Century Mongol Horde without recourse to either magical hurricanes or making the Mongols fight at the end of 5,000 mile supply lines). Vietnamese-Americans are/were the most Republican-voting of Asian-Americans, too, I think. During the Bush II-era War on Terror they sure did seem to make up an inordinate percentage of his legal centurions.

    OT, but Viet Thanh can run with it for his next novel if he’d like- isn’t it strange that JFK, the assassinated first Catholic President in the history of his country, in the final months of his life spent his time plotting the assassination of another first Catholic President in the history of his country?

  13. In all this is there no examination that many of these elderly people who don’t speak English who these black kids see as easy targets are pure dependents brought by their own children?

    I mean, there are two social phenomena occurring together here.

    And no matter how much Mr. Nguyen wants to pretend otherwise, blacks too have a grievance against Asian encroachment on what little they have, their communities and territory. Did Mr. Nguyen’s presence bring so much wealth to his host nation that an extra house was produced for the American family who now have to look elsewhere from his abode for a home?

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @Altai

    First of all, a lot of Vietnamese have been here since 1975 and were not brought by their children. If they came as young men of age 30, now they're 75.

    2nd, blacks don't have any "territory" except maybe in Africa, nor is the supply of housing fixed. Asians have as much right to live wherever they want as anyone else. These black kids are thugs and beating up old people is never justified. That's not the reason anyway - these animals don't have any political consciousness any more than wolves have a political consciousness. They just see an easy target period. Half the time they attack other blacks.

    The other day someone said, well at least the blacks have "spunk" and I said that if knocking down old people is spunk then I'm not interested in spunk.

    Replies: @Matt Buckalew, @HammerJack, @J.Ross, @Alden, @Whiskey

    , @Alden
    @Altai

    Affirmative action Nguyen works at USC, Adams district of Los Angeles. It was originally built 1860s as the very best neighborhood in the city of Los Angeles. That’s why USC, Pepperdine and Mt St Mary’s colleges were built in that neighborhood instead of other empty areas just being built up.

    But the inevitable happened. The help settled near their work places. It was black help. Their thug children destroyed the neighborhood and it’s now one of the most dangerous black ghettoes in the country.

    Hispanic immigrants looking for cheap housing are slowly very slowly re civilizing the W Adams district.

    The help problem. Poor White southern WASP German French canadien Irish Polish Hungarian yankee Swedish Norwegian and other household help have never destroyed the neighborhoods they work in.

    Only the black help destroys neighborhoods.

    , @3g4me
    @Altai

    @13 Altai: Surprising to see someone at Sailer gets it. These 'poor elderly Asians' were brought over here by their children, granted visas by traitorous, complicit State Department whores. One used to not be able to import the indigent. Not to mention they utilize all social services available (think about who pays every time you see a Han or Pajeet with a special walker or wheelchair). Locally all the city-subsidized elderly apartments have been taken over by Han and Pajeet and the few Americans there were told they could not longer put Christmas decorations on their apartment doors. Not only do idiot White Americans subsidize the Han and Pajeet children taking all the jobs and opportunities intended for their own, but they subsidize the Han and Pajeet elderly at the cost of their own. These are PARASITES and their fate is not our concern.

  14. If Sailer’s “Most Important Graph” is even close to what future African population growth portends then East Asia needs to be on guard. Africans will find a way to migrate there. Western nations can’t absorb them all as the human tidal wave will be too vast.

    Its redolent of Chou En Lai’s comment to Nixon when Nixon criticized Chinese restrictions on freedom of travel. Chou asked Nixon ‘how many millions of Chinese did he want?

    • Agree: vhrm
    • Replies: @Polistra
    @unit472


    Western nations can’t absorb them all as the human tidal wave will be too vast.
     
    Perhaps not, but from all appearances we intend to die trying.
  15. What a laughable, ungrateful piece of shit this foreign fuck is. Comes to this country and shits on its natives while holding a privileged position in it. Yet another piece of proof that open borders, diversity, and welcoming refugees is a loser strategy.

  16. @Anonymous

    You can see why elites so much want to have the Biden Administration and the tech monopolists more strongly censor social media: it provides too level of a playing field. In the past, you’d have to deal with one critical Letter to the Editor being published a week after your column. But today, you, a Pulitzer Prize winner, can quickly be logically/empirically/morally humiliated by scores of Internet Randos. That is the crime of lèse-diversité.
     
    Which is why most leftwing sites no longer bother with user comments. That means they have neither comments nor letters to the editor.

    Replies: @Polistra, @Jack D

    The main Philadelphia newspaper website (inquirer.com) just got rid of comments. They came right out and said that most of the comments were right wingers calling them on their leftist bullshit and they can’t have that anymore. Can’t have an echo chamber with hecklers.

    All Left wing regimes in the end do away with a free press because they can’t withstand popular scrutiny. Kamala Harris was at 3.4% in the polls when she dropped out, but they are going to make her POTUS as soon as Joe kicks off.

    • Replies: @Rex Little
    @Jack D


    Kamala Harris was at 3.4% in the polls when she dropped out, but they are going to make her POTUS as soon as Joe kicks off.
     
    They won't wait for that; they'll invoke the 25th Amendment when the senile dementia becomes too obvious. Maybe they'll stretch it out til he's been in there for 2 years and a day, so Harris gets a shot at two full terms.

    Replies: @duncsbaby

    , @Richard B
    @Jack D


    Can’t have an echo chamber with hecklers.
     
    So true. And well put.

    But in my experience, not being Right or Left, I've found both sides to be very sensitive to criticism and more than willing to block, ban, or delete. The Left is just more coordinated and shameless about it. The Right likes to huff and puff about it in the hopes no one will notice they do it too.


    All Left wing regimes in the end do away with a free press because they can’t withstand popular scrutiny.
     
    Again, so true. But, again, it's worth pointing out that public scrutiny does not just come from the Right.

    The Right and Left are two sides of the same bankrupt belief that an explanation is capable of redeeming not only our social and economic problems, but human behavior itself.

    Say what you want about science (not politics wearing the mask of science), they at least have the honesty, and decency, to discard disproven theories. Whereas with politics, like religion, beliefs are clung to with clenched teeeth.

    The whole thing is just so corny and boring.

  17. @Altai
    In all this is there no examination that many of these elderly people who don't speak English who these black kids see as easy targets are pure dependents brought by their own children?

    I mean, there are two social phenomena occurring together here.

    And no matter how much Mr. Nguyen wants to pretend otherwise, blacks too have a grievance against Asian encroachment on what little they have, their communities and territory. Did Mr. Nguyen's presence bring so much wealth to his host nation that an extra house was produced for the American family who now have to look elsewhere from his abode for a home?

    Replies: @Jack D, @Alden, @3g4me

    First of all, a lot of Vietnamese have been here since 1975 and were not brought by their children. If they came as young men of age 30, now they’re 75.

    2nd, blacks don’t have any “territory” except maybe in Africa, nor is the supply of housing fixed. Asians have as much right to live wherever they want as anyone else. These black kids are thugs and beating up old people is never justified. That’s not the reason anyway – these animals don’t have any political consciousness any more than wolves have a political consciousness. They just see an easy target period. Half the time they attack other blacks.

    The other day someone said, well at least the blacks have “spunk” and I said that if knocking down old people is spunk then I’m not interested in spunk.

    • Replies: @Matt Buckalew
    @Jack D

    Israel sure likes it. Even when the spunkiness spills over into refuge camps.

    , @HammerJack
    @Jack D



    Asians have as much right to live wherever they want as anyone else.
     
    LOL 😆
    , @J.Ross
    @Jack D

    Are Vietnamese the only Asians in California? Altai is right, recall how the general lawlessness surrounding immigration led to that mass shooting. Guy was willing to straw purchase because he had already been straw marrying. Illegal immigration hurts us a hundred ways. Secondly, yes blacks have territory, for the same reason Israel does, because they defend it. It is a criminally irresponsible failure of filial piety to forego The Talk.

    , @Alden
    @Jack D

    Most of the elderly Asians attacked by blacks are not Vietnamese. Altai is right that many are welfare dependents brought here by their children and fixed up with SSI, Medicare food stamps and senior housing free transportation and other old age benefits American taxpayers contribute 40-50 years to.

    There’s a good chance the Thai man killed in San Francisco was one of those welfare beneficiaries. If he was old when he cane to America he definitely was one of those given SSI Medicare etc as soon as he arrived; taken to the social security office by Thai/English speaking translators and social workers funded by the taxpayers

    And for Steve, Ron, Jared Taylor, always writing that Asians have the highest household income, much higher than Whites; this is why.

    American household income consists of one or two working persons. A single adult, a single parent, or a married couple.

    An asian household income consists of several working adults plus all those elders on SSI.

    15 $100 a week dishwashers in a 2 bedroom townhouse is about $80,000 a year. Add 2 or 3 elders on $800 a month SSI $100,000 a year.

    Altai is right about the Thai man murdered in San Francisco. And most of the old Asians who don’t speak a word of English. They don’t speak English because they arrived in their 60s just in time to enroll in SSI and senior benefits.

    I don’t believe immigration from Vietnam’s is easy. I doubt the Vietnamese government allows emigration. You’re right Jack that most old Vietnamese arrived a long time ago and earned their senior benefits by decades of paying taxes.

    But most the other elderly immigrant Asians were brought here by their adult for children for the SSI contribution to the household.

    Asian in this case Chinese household crowding . This might be a good time to comment about a house we looked at in San Francisco in 1978 just 3 years after Rockefeller front man Nixon opened America to China.

    House was located north of financial district Chinatown near the episcopal cathedral Bohemian club Fairmont hotel Nob Hill neighborhood. A short cable car ride to an excellent private school.

    2 stories on top of a garage 9 rooms plus 2 sunrooms one on each floor plus maids room and kitchen . Or 13 rooms by prole standards

    House was Alden heaven. Herringbone floors on the first floor. 14 ft ceilings in the first floor ceiling light fixtures in every room. Moldings and all over. stained glass windows here and there. A south facing garden I could have made glorious.

    Sooo 60ish shabby Chinese woman said not a word let me in and showed me around. Living room 6 sets of 3 tier bunk beds trash bags of clothes. Young men sleeping in some of the bunks. Dining room 5 sets of 3 tier bunks library and other rooms the same. I counted 72 beds in that house. 72 beds. Beds in every room but the kitchen.

    And I could hear the sewing machines in the basement/garage.

    We talked about buying it. We drive around that weekend. No nearby playground, didn’t see a single kid of any age on the street. Kids were little so we bought elsewhere.

    That was just 3 years after the opening to China 72 beds in a 5 bedroom house.

    , @Whiskey
    @Jack D

    Vietnamese do NOT belong here Jack D. Wrong.

    Indeed, as the "guilty by skin color evil White man," I say that blacks are not American. They don't belong here, and should be sent back to Africa. There they can play the black national anthem, "Baby Got Back" by Sir Mix A Lot and never have to see another White face again. They'd be happy. They tell me how much they hate White people every day, and act like it too. Why not send them all to Africa? They can live in Wakanda.

    Who else does not belong? Besides Vietnamese and particularly the Professor who should be deported to Vietnam?

    Well, Indians from India. Dot not Feather. Chinese. All the Central Americans, and many Mexicans. Why?

    Because, JUST LIKE ISRAEL, America is a White country. Founded by Whites. For Whites. Fought for by Whites. Not Vietnamese, not blacks, not Indians. Who have no part of it and do not belong here and should all be sent back.

    Indeed, lets have a discussion about who does not belong here. That would include pretty much most non-Whites. And now that I think about it, life would be so much more pleasant if most were deported.

  18. @Jack D
    @Anonymous

    The main Philadelphia newspaper website (inquirer.com) just got rid of comments. They came right out and said that most of the comments were right wingers calling them on their leftist bullshit and they can't have that anymore. Can't have an echo chamber with hecklers.

    All Left wing regimes in the end do away with a free press because they can't withstand popular scrutiny. Kamala Harris was at 3.4% in the polls when she dropped out, but they are going to make her POTUS as soon as Joe kicks off.

    Replies: @Rex Little, @Richard B

    Kamala Harris was at 3.4% in the polls when she dropped out, but they are going to make her POTUS as soon as Joe kicks off.

    They won’t wait for that; they’ll invoke the 25th Amendment when the senile dementia becomes too obvious. Maybe they’ll stretch it out til he’s been in there for 2 years and a day, so Harris gets a shot at two full terms.

    • Agree: Harry Baldwin
    • Replies: @duncsbaby
    @Rex Little

    I think Crazy-eyed Joe's gonna stick it out the whole term. He'll make an announcement in 2023 that he won't be seeking a 2nd term. Hopefully Harris will be 2023's Humphrey.

  19. @Supply and Demand
    Obviously the solution to Anti-Asian violence by Joggers was the Platinum Plan, right, Steve?

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    You have a good point, S&D. That 1/2 TRILLION dollar Platinum Plan, plus loads of cheating, of course, lost Trump the election, IMO. Put another way, without having turned off a few million more on-the-fence white people, Trump might have been able to outpace the cheatfest. Nice going, Trumpy!

  20. @Jack D
    @Altai

    First of all, a lot of Vietnamese have been here since 1975 and were not brought by their children. If they came as young men of age 30, now they're 75.

    2nd, blacks don't have any "territory" except maybe in Africa, nor is the supply of housing fixed. Asians have as much right to live wherever they want as anyone else. These black kids are thugs and beating up old people is never justified. That's not the reason anyway - these animals don't have any political consciousness any more than wolves have a political consciousness. They just see an easy target period. Half the time they attack other blacks.

    The other day someone said, well at least the blacks have "spunk" and I said that if knocking down old people is spunk then I'm not interested in spunk.

    Replies: @Matt Buckalew, @HammerJack, @J.Ross, @Alden, @Whiskey

    Israel sure likes it. Even when the spunkiness spills over into refuge camps.

  21. @unit472
    If Sailer's "Most Important Graph" is even close to what future African population growth portends then East Asia needs to be on guard. Africans will find a way to migrate there. Western nations can't absorb them all as the human tidal wave will be too vast.

    Its redolent of Chou En Lai's comment to Nixon when Nixon criticized Chinese restrictions on freedom of travel. Chou asked Nixon 'how many millions of Chinese did he want?

    Replies: @Polistra

    Western nations can’t absorb them all as the human tidal wave will be too vast.

    Perhaps not, but from all appearances we intend to die trying.

  22. @JohnnyWalker123
    https://twitter.com/KirbySommers/status/1207655451233529861

    https://twitter.com/KirbySommers/status/1360580452227104777

    Replies: @Guy De Champlagne

    I too get all my Epstein and international jewry news from self described “sex slave survivors” on twitter. That’s how you know you’re getting the straight facts and not the crudely stitched together barely coherent copes of an emotionally crippled basket case.

    I especially love the information density you get with those screen filling tweets. Keep em coming!

    • Thanks: JohnnyWalker123
  23. This post and Jack D.’s and others’ comments reminded me: Isn’t there some kind of commenting site already out there that can be used to comment on any article someone decides? It’d be straightforward, right? Just link to the articles in question and keep them embedded (whatever, in a frame or what-have-you) in your site, but have a nice commenting system like this one* that works with it

    Granted, the NY Times readers aren’t going to be led to the comments, but people with different views can still get the satisfaction. If it got big, you gotta know that the lefty writers won’t be able to keep themselves from going to said site… at least once … then comes the mute button of Mr. Nguyen’s.

    .

    * I’m not trying to butter up old man Unz here, but this is really the best commenting system I’ve ever run into.

    • Agree: Anonymouse
    • Replies: @MEH 0910
    @Achmed E. Newman


    This post and Jack D.’s and others’ comments reminded me: Isn’t there some kind of commenting site already out there that can be used to comment on any article someone decides? It’d be straightforward, right? Just link to the articles in question and keep them embedded (whatever, in a frame or what-have-you) in your site, but have a nice commenting system like this one* that works with it
     
    You mean like this?:

    https://www.unz.com/forum/

    IIRC it used to be displayed at the top center of the Unz Review home page. Maybe it didn't catch on enough.

    https://www.unz.com/forum/suggestion-thread-for-forum-articles/

    I believe Ron Unz decided which articles went in the Forum.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Pericles

    , @Random Anonymous
    @Achmed E. Newman

    You may be thinking of dissenter.com.

  24. @JohnnyWalker123
    Acquitted.

    https://twitter.com/NBCPolitics/status/1360693216601849857

    https://twitter.com/zerohedge/status/1360692763981930496

    Replies: @Flip, @El Dato, @Anon, @Anonymous, @Hapalong Cassidy, @Anonymous

    Republicans acquit Trump, but convict themselves. Republicans are now officially the Downmarket Thug Party. Some of us are not leftists but can now never vote Republican.

    • Replies: @Cato
    @Anon


    Some of us are not leftists but can now never vote Republican.
     
    Libertarians are worth a vote. The only party against both the Wars of Imperialism and the War on Drugs. The only party that at its core wants to shrink the Deep State. Of course, they don't have a chance of really winning, but at least you can feel good that you didn't vote for the jackasses.

    Replies: @Alden

  25. @Jack D
    @Altai

    First of all, a lot of Vietnamese have been here since 1975 and were not brought by their children. If they came as young men of age 30, now they're 75.

    2nd, blacks don't have any "territory" except maybe in Africa, nor is the supply of housing fixed. Asians have as much right to live wherever they want as anyone else. These black kids are thugs and beating up old people is never justified. That's not the reason anyway - these animals don't have any political consciousness any more than wolves have a political consciousness. They just see an easy target period. Half the time they attack other blacks.

    The other day someone said, well at least the blacks have "spunk" and I said that if knocking down old people is spunk then I'm not interested in spunk.

    Replies: @Matt Buckalew, @HammerJack, @J.Ross, @Alden, @Whiskey

    Asians have as much right to live wherever they want as anyone else.

    LOL 😆

    • LOL: 3g4me, Polistra
  26. I’ll join here in rolling my eyes at the tweet, which I do because the premise that it’s white people causing this dysfunction is false. But that Twitter thread is no triumph because few, of any, explain how the dude’s wrong.

    the large majority of heroes are variations on this (which I picked as representative)

    White people make black people commit crimes against the asian community via racism, explain how that happens, examples please

    followed by “you’re stupid”.

    The problem with this is that it is trivially brushed aside by the woke and even anticipated in the original tweets:
    White supremacy is making blacks miserable and they are understandably (or at least excusably) lashing out. The solution is to fight the racism so as to improve the conditions of blacks so as to decrease the violence.

    It’s a similar argument to ending drug prohibition to end drug distribution related violence.

    It’s not that I agree with the argument (when it comes to black on asian violence), but the responding people either not knowing or pretending to not know what the original tweets claimed annoys me.

  27. @Anonymous
    Finally I’m starting to understand all those guys who tore up their draft cards. Guys like Thanh Nguyen sure as hell weren’t worth dying for.

    Replies: @Larry, San Francisco

    What about Andy Ngo?

  28. Actor Daniel Wu… #RememberVincentChin 🤦‍♂️

    Good luck elderly Asians, you deserve better than your SJW virtue-signaling kids.

  29. @Achmed E. Newman
    This post and Jack D.'s and others' comments reminded me: Isn't there some kind of commenting site already out there that can be used to comment on any article someone decides? It'd be straightforward, right? Just link to the articles in question and keep them embedded (whatever, in a frame or what-have-you) in your site, but have a nice commenting system like this one* that works with it

    Granted, the NY Times readers aren't going to be led to the comments, but people with different views can still get the satisfaction. If it got big, you gotta know that the lefty writers won't be able to keep themselves from going to said site... at least once ... then comes the mute button of Mr. Nguyen's.


    .


    * I'm not trying to butter up old man Unz here, but this is really the best commenting system I've ever run into.

    Replies: @MEH 0910, @Random Anonymous

    This post and Jack D.’s and others’ comments reminded me: Isn’t there some kind of commenting site already out there that can be used to comment on any article someone decides? It’d be straightforward, right? Just link to the articles in question and keep them embedded (whatever, in a frame or what-have-you) in your site, but have a nice commenting system like this one* that works with it

    You mean like this?:

    https://www.unz.com/forum/

    IIRC it used to be displayed at the top center of the Unz Review home page. Maybe it didn’t catch on enough.

    https://www.unz.com/forum/suggestion-thread-for-forum-articles/

    I believe Ron Unz decided which articles went in the Forum.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @MEH 0910

    Yeah, I do know of this, come to think of it. I checked it out but haven't used it. I thought one could put articles up himself, with some moderation by Mr. Unz.

    The one I was thinking of, MEH, was more general, like a DISQUS without the moderation, but maybe a browser plug-in or ... I dunno.

    Replies: @MEH 0910

    , @Pericles
    @MEH 0910

    While browser plugins are a bit awkward (and likely means it won't sprout), one could also have a look at Gab's Dissenter: https://dissenter.com/

  30. @MEH 0910
    @Achmed E. Newman


    This post and Jack D.’s and others’ comments reminded me: Isn’t there some kind of commenting site already out there that can be used to comment on any article someone decides? It’d be straightforward, right? Just link to the articles in question and keep them embedded (whatever, in a frame or what-have-you) in your site, but have a nice commenting system like this one* that works with it
     
    You mean like this?:

    https://www.unz.com/forum/

    IIRC it used to be displayed at the top center of the Unz Review home page. Maybe it didn't catch on enough.

    https://www.unz.com/forum/suggestion-thread-for-forum-articles/

    I believe Ron Unz decided which articles went in the Forum.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Pericles

    Yeah, I do know of this, come to think of it. I checked it out but haven’t used it. I thought one could put articles up himself, with some moderation by Mr. Unz.

    The one I was thinking of, MEH, was more general, like a DISQUS without the moderation, but maybe a browser plug-in or … I dunno.

    • Replies: @MEH 0910
    @Achmed E. Newman

    And then there's the Aggregated Newslinks, where Unz readers can suggest a newslink item, but there is no commenting with that:

    https://www.unz.com/news/

  31. Asian Americans need to locate anti-Asian violence as part of a pattern of white supremacy which also targets Black and Brown and Indigenous people.

    Try to digest this whopper for a moment… This guy is one of the smart ones? Wow.

    Even if perpetrators of violence are people of color, the solution is not to fallback on racist assumptions

    Like I, Viet Thanh Nguyen, a Pulitzer-prize winning novelist, just did in the above sentence.

  32. @Ragno
    The sorts of Asians being savagely attacked and murdered - hard-working, humble, essentially voiceless - don't waste their time playing gotcha on Twitter, and have enough common sense to keep as much distance as possible between themselves and blacks - particularly "teens" and "youths".

    Just like Prof Nguyen, whenever his Beamer is idled at a red light in a sketchy part of town. Then, his silent prayer of gratitude isn't to any mute button; rather, it's more like "power locks and windows, do not fail me in my hour of need." But he's got enough roundeye savvy not to preserve such wisdom on Twitter.

    Replies: @anon, @Ganderson

    >“power locks and windows, do not fail me in my hour of need.”

    Won’t help if we continue to progress toward Brazil-like levels of crime.

    • Replies: @Rob McX
    @anon

    I'm trying to figure out what happened there. It looked as if the robber got shot from inside his victim's car. It could be they knew each other and it was part of an earlier dispute over someone being ripped off.

    Replies: @anon

  33. @JohnnyWalker123
    Acquitted.

    https://twitter.com/NBCPolitics/status/1360693216601849857

    https://twitter.com/zerohedge/status/1360692763981930496

    Replies: @Flip, @El Dato, @Anon, @Anonymous, @Hapalong Cassidy, @Anonymous

    • Thanks: JohnnyWalker123
    • Replies: @Gabe Ruth
    @Anonymous

    The Forward sub-tweeting frog twitter, you love to see it.

    We knew Romney and co. are snakes, I'm more interested in the donkeys who voted to acquit. In the current year that seems really brave and principled, which makes me wonder if there was some mistake.

  34. As Menachem Begin said, “Goyim kill goyim, and they blame the Jews.”

  35. Asians can be adept at picking up what the Anglo has taught them and then going all-in (e.g. auto manufacturing in Japan, Christianity in Korea, etc).

    • Replies: @Alden
    @Mike_from_SGV

    About auto manufacturing in japan. During the Korean War, US military gave most of its vehicle contracts to japan, not to Detroit. WW2 Japanese factories were still set up to manufacture military vehicles. Low cost workforce.

    That’s how Japanese auto manufacturing got started, courtesy of the US taxpayer. .

  36. @Achmed E. Newman
    @MEH 0910

    Yeah, I do know of this, come to think of it. I checked it out but haven't used it. I thought one could put articles up himself, with some moderation by Mr. Unz.

    The one I was thinking of, MEH, was more general, like a DISQUS without the moderation, but maybe a browser plug-in or ... I dunno.

    Replies: @MEH 0910

    And then there’s the Aggregated Newslinks, where Unz readers can suggest a newslink item, but there is no commenting with that:

    https://www.unz.com/news/

  37. @Jack D
    @Altai

    First of all, a lot of Vietnamese have been here since 1975 and were not brought by their children. If they came as young men of age 30, now they're 75.

    2nd, blacks don't have any "territory" except maybe in Africa, nor is the supply of housing fixed. Asians have as much right to live wherever they want as anyone else. These black kids are thugs and beating up old people is never justified. That's not the reason anyway - these animals don't have any political consciousness any more than wolves have a political consciousness. They just see an easy target period. Half the time they attack other blacks.

    The other day someone said, well at least the blacks have "spunk" and I said that if knocking down old people is spunk then I'm not interested in spunk.

    Replies: @Matt Buckalew, @HammerJack, @J.Ross, @Alden, @Whiskey

    Are Vietnamese the only Asians in California? Altai is right, recall how the general lawlessness surrounding immigration led to that mass shooting. Guy was willing to straw purchase because he had already been straw marrying. Illegal immigration hurts us a hundred ways. Secondly, yes blacks have territory, for the same reason Israel does, because they defend it. It is a criminally irresponsible failure of filial piety to forego The Talk.

  38. @Anon
    @JohnnyWalker123

    Republicans acquit Trump, but convict themselves. Republicans are now officially the Downmarket Thug Party. Some of us are not leftists but can now never vote Republican.

    Replies: @Cato

    Some of us are not leftists but can now never vote Republican.

    Libertarians are worth a vote. The only party against both the Wars of Imperialism and the War on Drugs. The only party that at its core wants to shrink the Deep State. Of course, they don’t have a chance of really winning, but at least you can feel good that you didn’t vote for the jackasses.

    • Troll: Gabe Ruth
    • Replies: @Alden
    @Cato

    Libertarians favor mass unrestricted non White immigrants in and the worst type of unrestrained cannibal capitalism.

    If you want to go back to no sewers, out houses and starvation wages for all, vote libertarian. Fortunately their no government fantasy will never happen.

    Replies: @Rob McX

  39. It hasn’t escaped the Prof/Author’s notice that Asians are purposely excluded from the Loyal Order of Minorities club. Nice try… but, since Asians outperform Whites in almost every metric… it seems he’s trying to sleep with the enemy…

  40. @JohnnyWalker123
    Acquitted.

    https://twitter.com/NBCPolitics/status/1360693216601849857

    https://twitter.com/zerohedge/status/1360692763981930496

    Replies: @Flip, @El Dato, @Anon, @Anonymous, @Hapalong Cassidy, @Anonymous

    Unfortunately, only Murkowski is up for re-election in 2022 (Toomey is retiring). The rest are obviously hoping voters will forget about this by 2024 or 2026.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Hapalong Cassidy


    Unfortunately, only Murkowski is up for re-election in 2022 (Toomey is retiring). The rest are obviously hoping voters will forget about this by 2024 or 2026.
     
    Toomey is running for PA governor. I will do my part in smearing him and destroying his candidacy.
  41. @JohnnyWalker123
    Acquitted.

    https://twitter.com/NBCPolitics/status/1360693216601849857

    https://twitter.com/zerohedge/status/1360692763981930496

    Replies: @Flip, @El Dato, @Anon, @Anonymous, @Hapalong Cassidy, @Anonymous

    “SNIT” Romney still sulking after all this time?

  42. Weird that the media will sometimes talk about anti Semitism among blacks but never anti Asian bias

    #jewishprivelege

  43. @Polistra
    @Anonymous

    Unfortunately Taki's comments sections were trashed by internet bozos, some of whom will find it hard to refrain from responding to this very post.


    Tranh Nguyen Pham:


    hold the system of white supremacy responsible for dividing us.
     
    Asians learn ropes very fast in new land.

    Replies: @SMK, @Richard B

    My remarks in my previous comment were prescient. The epidemic of black-on-Asian violence is obviously a malign effect of “systemic racism” and “white supremacy.” If the millions of Asians in the US were to move to Haiti or the countries of sub-Saharan Africa, they’d be in no danger of being assaulted, robbed, raped and gang-raped, murdered, and worse. There would be no threat of collective or individual by blacks against “Asians” since there would be no “system of white supremacy responsible for dividing us.” But since black-on-“Asian” violence in these nations would surely be far more extreme, brutal, horrific, and pervasive, possibly even genocidal, anti-white “progressive” and leftist “Asians” would have to blame the legacy of slavery in Haiti and colonialism in sub-Saharan Africa.

  44. “White supremacist” is the n-word for white people. It is a word to de-person us, to make its target someone with no legitimate right to an opinion, to employment, to authority, to political representation, or even to physical safety. That is why they settled on it and why they throw it at us all the time–to make us worthless.

    • Replies: @danand
    @Harry Baldwin

    This morning jumped in the car, turned on the radio, first words I heard were “White Suprematist”. A representative from the “Stop AAPI Hate, San Francisco Chapter” was telling an interviewer that “White Christians” were the root cause of the recent attacks on Asians in San Francisco. Going on to say that these people needed to accept that American is not a White Christian country and that these attacks have to stop.

    The interviewer replied that among the attackers were “some minorities”, and asked how we should address that. The Stop Hate rep, sidestepping the question, went right back to insisting that the idea that America is a White, Christian country is wherein the trouble lies.

    The interviewer thanked the Stop Hate rep, the segment ended.

    Replies: @HammerJack

  45. @Hapalong Cassidy
    @JohnnyWalker123

    Unfortunately, only Murkowski is up for re-election in 2022 (Toomey is retiring). The rest are obviously hoping voters will forget about this by 2024 or 2026.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    Unfortunately, only Murkowski is up for re-election in 2022 (Toomey is retiring). The rest are obviously hoping voters will forget about this by 2024 or 2026.

    Toomey is running for PA governor. I will do my part in smearing him and destroying his candidacy.

  46. This professor works for University of S California located in one of the highest crime black ghettos in the country.

    Uni professors are some of the dumbest retards in the world as they can’t notice the black criminals surrounding them.

  47. Masculine Asian men do not talk this way. They would not urge restraint in dealing with the perpetrators of violence against their elderly. I’ll bet Viet Thanh Nguyen loves white supremacy when it’s his leather daddy tying him up and spanking him with a ping pong paddle.

    • Replies: @Polistra
    @Ghost of Bull Moose


    Masculine Asian men do not talk this way.
     
    Agreed. All three of them.

    Replies: @Polistra

  48. @Jack D
    @Altai

    First of all, a lot of Vietnamese have been here since 1975 and were not brought by their children. If they came as young men of age 30, now they're 75.

    2nd, blacks don't have any "territory" except maybe in Africa, nor is the supply of housing fixed. Asians have as much right to live wherever they want as anyone else. These black kids are thugs and beating up old people is never justified. That's not the reason anyway - these animals don't have any political consciousness any more than wolves have a political consciousness. They just see an easy target period. Half the time they attack other blacks.

    The other day someone said, well at least the blacks have "spunk" and I said that if knocking down old people is spunk then I'm not interested in spunk.

    Replies: @Matt Buckalew, @HammerJack, @J.Ross, @Alden, @Whiskey

    Most of the elderly Asians attacked by blacks are not Vietnamese. Altai is right that many are welfare dependents brought here by their children and fixed up with SSI, Medicare food stamps and senior housing free transportation and other old age benefits American taxpayers contribute 40-50 years to.

    There’s a good chance the Thai man killed in San Francisco was one of those welfare beneficiaries. If he was old when he cane to America he definitely was one of those given SSI Medicare etc as soon as he arrived; taken to the social security office by Thai/English speaking translators and social workers funded by the taxpayers

    And for Steve, Ron, Jared Taylor, always writing that Asians have the highest household income, much higher than Whites; this is why.

    American household income consists of one or two working persons. A single adult, a single parent, or a married couple.

    An asian household income consists of several working adults plus all those elders on SSI.

    15 $100 a week dishwashers in a 2 bedroom townhouse is about $80,000 a year. Add 2 or 3 elders on $800 a month SSI $100,000 a year.

    Altai is right about the Thai man murdered in San Francisco. And most of the old Asians who don’t speak a word of English. They don’t speak English because they arrived in their 60s just in time to enroll in SSI and senior benefits.

    I don’t believe immigration from Vietnam’s is easy. I doubt the Vietnamese government allows emigration. You’re right Jack that most old Vietnamese arrived a long time ago and earned their senior benefits by decades of paying taxes.

    But most the other elderly immigrant Asians were brought here by their adult for children for the SSI contribution to the household.

    Asian in this case Chinese household crowding . This might be a good time to comment about a house we looked at in San Francisco in 1978 just 3 years after Rockefeller front man Nixon opened America to China.

    House was located north of financial district Chinatown near the episcopal cathedral Bohemian club Fairmont hotel Nob Hill neighborhood. A short cable car ride to an excellent private school.

    2 stories on top of a garage 9 rooms plus 2 sunrooms one on each floor plus maids room and kitchen . Or 13 rooms by prole standards

    House was Alden heaven. Herringbone floors on the first floor. 14 ft ceilings in the first floor ceiling light fixtures in every room. Moldings and all over. stained glass windows here and there. A south facing garden I could have made glorious.

    Sooo 60ish shabby Chinese woman said not a word let me in and showed me around. Living room 6 sets of 3 tier bunk beds trash bags of clothes. Young men sleeping in some of the bunks. Dining room 5 sets of 3 tier bunks library and other rooms the same. I counted 72 beds in that house. 72 beds. Beds in every room but the kitchen.

    And I could hear the sewing machines in the basement/garage.

    We talked about buying it. We drive around that weekend. No nearby playground, didn’t see a single kid of any age on the street. Kids were little so we bought elsewhere.

    That was just 3 years after the opening to China 72 beds in a 5 bedroom house.

    • Agree: 3g4me
    • Thanks: vhrm, JohnnyWalker123
  49. @Cato
    @Anon


    Some of us are not leftists but can now never vote Republican.
     
    Libertarians are worth a vote. The only party against both the Wars of Imperialism and the War on Drugs. The only party that at its core wants to shrink the Deep State. Of course, they don't have a chance of really winning, but at least you can feel good that you didn't vote for the jackasses.

    Replies: @Alden

    Libertarians favor mass unrestricted non White immigrants in and the worst type of unrestrained cannibal capitalism.

    If you want to go back to no sewers, out houses and starvation wages for all, vote libertarian. Fortunately their no government fantasy will never happen.

    • Replies: @Rob McX
    @Alden

    The libertarian "utopia" would always turn out to be just a transitional phase, before the most ruthless and motivated (whether by ethnic animus, religious fervour, or whatever) group seizes power and strong government reasserts itself.

  50. @anon
    @Ragno

    >“power locks and windows, do not fail me in my hour of need.”

    Won't help if we continue to progress toward Brazil-like levels of crime.

    https://twitter.com/amegregan5/status/1357950023829360646

    Replies: @Rob McX

    I’m trying to figure out what happened there. It looked as if the robber got shot from inside his victim’s car. It could be they knew each other and it was part of an earlier dispute over someone being ripped off.

    • Replies: @anon
    @Rob McX

    The robber pierced a hole in the rear windshield with some tool. Then reached through the smallish hole and grabbed the bag. Ripping the bag back out knocked out the bulk of the (weakened) glass.

    News stories say the victims were an Iranian couple who do real estate photography. It's theorized that the thieves saw them at the location they had just shot and followed them. $7,000 worth equipment-- cameras and drone.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer

  51. @Alden
    @Cato

    Libertarians favor mass unrestricted non White immigrants in and the worst type of unrestrained cannibal capitalism.

    If you want to go back to no sewers, out houses and starvation wages for all, vote libertarian. Fortunately their no government fantasy will never happen.

    Replies: @Rob McX

    The libertarian “utopia” would always turn out to be just a transitional phase, before the most ruthless and motivated (whether by ethnic animus, religious fervour, or whatever) group seizes power and strong government reasserts itself.

  52. My observation is that the children of immigrants from the former-USSR are reliable opponents of leftism.

    I imagine that the children of Taiwanese immigrants fall all across the political spectrum, but the few who I’ve met were leftists.

    • Replies: @Alden
    @Abolish_public_education

    Even the grand children of S Vietnam army vets and others who fled back in 75 are confirmed leftists now.

    Because they went to school and college in America and got leftist propaganda poured into their brains from age 5 .

    Most of the Russian immigrants live in California and NYC. Do you actually know any? I know a few because I live around them.

  53. @Jack D
    @Altai

    First of all, a lot of Vietnamese have been here since 1975 and were not brought by their children. If they came as young men of age 30, now they're 75.

    2nd, blacks don't have any "territory" except maybe in Africa, nor is the supply of housing fixed. Asians have as much right to live wherever they want as anyone else. These black kids are thugs and beating up old people is never justified. That's not the reason anyway - these animals don't have any political consciousness any more than wolves have a political consciousness. They just see an easy target period. Half the time they attack other blacks.

    The other day someone said, well at least the blacks have "spunk" and I said that if knocking down old people is spunk then I'm not interested in spunk.

    Replies: @Matt Buckalew, @HammerJack, @J.Ross, @Alden, @Whiskey

    Vietnamese do NOT belong here Jack D. Wrong.

    Indeed, as the “guilty by skin color evil White man,” I say that blacks are not American. They don’t belong here, and should be sent back to Africa. There they can play the black national anthem, “Baby Got Back” by Sir Mix A Lot and never have to see another White face again. They’d be happy. They tell me how much they hate White people every day, and act like it too. Why not send them all to Africa? They can live in Wakanda.

    Who else does not belong? Besides Vietnamese and particularly the Professor who should be deported to Vietnam?

    Well, Indians from India. Dot not Feather. Chinese. All the Central Americans, and many Mexicans. Why?

    Because, JUST LIKE ISRAEL, America is a White country. Founded by Whites. For Whites. Fought for by Whites. Not Vietnamese, not blacks, not Indians. Who have no part of it and do not belong here and should all be sent back.

    Indeed, lets have a discussion about who does not belong here. That would include pretty much most non-Whites. And now that I think about it, life would be so much more pleasant if most were deported.

  54. @Abolish_public_education
    My observation is that the children of immigrants from the former-USSR are reliable opponents of leftism.

    I imagine that the children of Taiwanese immigrants fall all across the political spectrum, but the few who I’ve met were leftists.

    Replies: @Alden

    Even the grand children of S Vietnam army vets and others who fled back in 75 are confirmed leftists now.

    Because they went to school and college in America and got leftist propaganda poured into their brains from age 5 .

    Most of the Russian immigrants live in California and NYC. Do you actually know any? I know a few because I live around them.

  55. @Altai
    In all this is there no examination that many of these elderly people who don't speak English who these black kids see as easy targets are pure dependents brought by their own children?

    I mean, there are two social phenomena occurring together here.

    And no matter how much Mr. Nguyen wants to pretend otherwise, blacks too have a grievance against Asian encroachment on what little they have, their communities and territory. Did Mr. Nguyen's presence bring so much wealth to his host nation that an extra house was produced for the American family who now have to look elsewhere from his abode for a home?

    Replies: @Jack D, @Alden, @3g4me

    Affirmative action Nguyen works at USC, Adams district of Los Angeles. It was originally built 1860s as the very best neighborhood in the city of Los Angeles. That’s why USC, Pepperdine and Mt St Mary’s colleges were built in that neighborhood instead of other empty areas just being built up.

    But the inevitable happened. The help settled near their work places. It was black help. Their thug children destroyed the neighborhood and it’s now one of the most dangerous black ghettoes in the country.

    Hispanic immigrants looking for cheap housing are slowly very slowly re civilizing the W Adams district.

    The help problem. Poor White southern WASP German French canadien Irish Polish Hungarian yankee Swedish Norwegian and other household help have never destroyed the neighborhoods they work in.

    Only the black help destroys neighborhoods.

  56. @Rex Little
    @Jack D


    Kamala Harris was at 3.4% in the polls when she dropped out, but they are going to make her POTUS as soon as Joe kicks off.
     
    They won't wait for that; they'll invoke the 25th Amendment when the senile dementia becomes too obvious. Maybe they'll stretch it out til he's been in there for 2 years and a day, so Harris gets a shot at two full terms.

    Replies: @duncsbaby

    I think Crazy-eyed Joe’s gonna stick it out the whole term. He’ll make an announcement in 2023 that he won’t be seeking a 2nd term. Hopefully Harris will be 2023’s Humphrey.

  57. @Mike_from_SGV
    Asians can be adept at picking up what the Anglo has taught them and then going all-in (e.g. auto manufacturing in Japan, Christianity in Korea, etc).

    Replies: @Alden

    About auto manufacturing in japan. During the Korean War, US military gave most of its vehicle contracts to japan, not to Detroit. WW2 Japanese factories were still set up to manufacture military vehicles. Low cost workforce.

    That’s how Japanese auto manufacturing got started, courtesy of the US taxpayer. .

  58. @MEH 0910
    @Achmed E. Newman


    This post and Jack D.’s and others’ comments reminded me: Isn’t there some kind of commenting site already out there that can be used to comment on any article someone decides? It’d be straightforward, right? Just link to the articles in question and keep them embedded (whatever, in a frame or what-have-you) in your site, but have a nice commenting system like this one* that works with it
     
    You mean like this?:

    https://www.unz.com/forum/

    IIRC it used to be displayed at the top center of the Unz Review home page. Maybe it didn't catch on enough.

    https://www.unz.com/forum/suggestion-thread-for-forum-articles/

    I believe Ron Unz decided which articles went in the Forum.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Pericles

    While browser plugins are a bit awkward (and likely means it won’t sprout), one could also have a look at Gab’s Dissenter: https://dissenter.com/

  59. White Americans subjugate African Americans. Asian Americans hardest hit.

  60. @Altai
    In all this is there no examination that many of these elderly people who don't speak English who these black kids see as easy targets are pure dependents brought by their own children?

    I mean, there are two social phenomena occurring together here.

    And no matter how much Mr. Nguyen wants to pretend otherwise, blacks too have a grievance against Asian encroachment on what little they have, their communities and territory. Did Mr. Nguyen's presence bring so much wealth to his host nation that an extra house was produced for the American family who now have to look elsewhere from his abode for a home?

    Replies: @Jack D, @Alden, @3g4me

    @13 Altai: Surprising to see someone at Sailer gets it. These ‘poor elderly Asians’ were brought over here by their children, granted visas by traitorous, complicit State Department whores. One used to not be able to import the indigent. Not to mention they utilize all social services available (think about who pays every time you see a Han or Pajeet with a special walker or wheelchair). Locally all the city-subsidized elderly apartments have been taken over by Han and Pajeet and the few Americans there were told they could not longer put Christmas decorations on their apartment doors. Not only do idiot White Americans subsidize the Han and Pajeet children taking all the jobs and opportunities intended for their own, but they subsidize the Han and Pajeet elderly at the cost of their own. These are PARASITES and their fate is not our concern.

  61. @Flip
    @JohnnyWalker123

    Traitors are worse than enemies.

    Replies: @brandybranch

    and should be dealt with accordingly.

  62. @Harry Baldwin
    "White supremacist" is the n-word for white people. It is a word to de-person us, to make its target someone with no legitimate right to an opinion, to employment, to authority, to political representation, or even to physical safety. That is why they settled on it and why they throw it at us all the time--to make us worthless.

    Replies: @danand

    This morning jumped in the car, turned on the radio, first words I heard were “White Suprematist”. A representative from the “Stop AAPI Hate, San Francisco Chapter” was telling an interviewer that “White Christians” were the root cause of the recent attacks on Asians in San Francisco. Going on to say that these people needed to accept that American is not a White Christian country and that these attacks have to stop.

    The interviewer replied that among the attackers were “some minorities”, and asked how we should address that. The Stop Hate rep, sidestepping the question, went right back to insisting that the idea that America is a White, Christian country is wherein the trouble lies.

    The interviewer thanked the Stop Hate rep, the segment ended.

    • Replies: @HammerJack
    @danand

    Pretty much like every lefty I have ever tried to have a conversation with.

  63. @Ragno
    The sorts of Asians being savagely attacked and murdered - hard-working, humble, essentially voiceless - don't waste their time playing gotcha on Twitter, and have enough common sense to keep as much distance as possible between themselves and blacks - particularly "teens" and "youths".

    Just like Prof Nguyen, whenever his Beamer is idled at a red light in a sketchy part of town. Then, his silent prayer of gratitude isn't to any mute button; rather, it's more like "power locks and windows, do not fail me in my hour of need." But he's got enough roundeye savvy not to preserve such wisdom on Twitter.

    Replies: @anon, @Ganderson

    Hopefully his Beamer has a stick shift, as the average Dundu doesn’t know how to drive one.

    Is “Dindu” supposed to be capitalized?

  64. @danand
    @Harry Baldwin

    This morning jumped in the car, turned on the radio, first words I heard were “White Suprematist”. A representative from the “Stop AAPI Hate, San Francisco Chapter” was telling an interviewer that “White Christians” were the root cause of the recent attacks on Asians in San Francisco. Going on to say that these people needed to accept that American is not a White Christian country and that these attacks have to stop.

    The interviewer replied that among the attackers were “some minorities”, and asked how we should address that. The Stop Hate rep, sidestepping the question, went right back to insisting that the idea that America is a White, Christian country is wherein the trouble lies.

    The interviewer thanked the Stop Hate rep, the segment ended.

    Replies: @HammerJack

    Pretty much like every lefty I have ever tried to have a conversation with.

  65. @Polistra
    @Anonymous

    Unfortunately Taki's comments sections were trashed by internet bozos, some of whom will find it hard to refrain from responding to this very post.


    Tranh Nguyen Pham:


    hold the system of white supremacy responsible for dividing us.
     
    Asians learn ropes very fast in new land.

    Replies: @SMK, @Richard B

    hold the system of white supremacy responsible for dividing us.

    Translation: The only thing holding our fragile political system together is the lie of white supremacy. Exposure of that lie will be responsible for dividing us. Therefore, we have no choice but to continue repeating the systemic lie of white supremacy.

  66. @Jack D
    @Anonymous

    The main Philadelphia newspaper website (inquirer.com) just got rid of comments. They came right out and said that most of the comments were right wingers calling them on their leftist bullshit and they can't have that anymore. Can't have an echo chamber with hecklers.

    All Left wing regimes in the end do away with a free press because they can't withstand popular scrutiny. Kamala Harris was at 3.4% in the polls when she dropped out, but they are going to make her POTUS as soon as Joe kicks off.

    Replies: @Rex Little, @Richard B

    Can’t have an echo chamber with hecklers.

    So true. And well put.

    But in my experience, not being Right or Left, I’ve found both sides to be very sensitive to criticism and more than willing to block, ban, or delete. The Left is just more coordinated and shameless about it. The Right likes to huff and puff about it in the hopes no one will notice they do it too.

    All Left wing regimes in the end do away with a free press because they can’t withstand popular scrutiny.

    Again, so true. But, again, it’s worth pointing out that public scrutiny does not just come from the Right.

    The Right and Left are two sides of the same bankrupt belief that an explanation is capable of redeeming not only our social and economic problems, but human behavior itself.

    Say what you want about science (not politics wearing the mask of science), they at least have the honesty, and decency, to discard disproven theories. Whereas with politics, like religion, beliefs are clung to with clenched teeeth.

    The whole thing is just so corny and boring.

  67. @Ghost of Bull Moose
    Masculine Asian men do not talk this way. They would not urge restraint in dealing with the perpetrators of violence against their elderly. I'll bet Viet Thanh Nguyen loves white supremacy when it's his leather daddy tying him up and spanking him with a ping pong paddle.

    Replies: @Polistra

    Masculine Asian men do not talk this way.

    Agreed. All three of them.

    • Replies: @Polistra
    @Polistra


    Say what you want about science (not politics wearing the mask of science), they at least have the honesty, and decency, to discard disproven theories.
     
    Have, or had. Because what you put in parentheses is rapidly becoming the only kind of 'science' we're allowed now.
  68. @Polistra
    @Ghost of Bull Moose


    Masculine Asian men do not talk this way.
     
    Agreed. All three of them.

    Replies: @Polistra

    Say what you want about science (not politics wearing the mask of science), they at least have the honesty, and decency, to discard disproven theories.

    Have, or had. Because what you put in parentheses is rapidly becoming the only kind of ‘science’ we’re allowed now.

  69. anon[282] • Disclaimer says:
    @Rob McX
    @anon

    I'm trying to figure out what happened there. It looked as if the robber got shot from inside his victim's car. It could be they knew each other and it was part of an earlier dispute over someone being ripped off.

    Replies: @anon

    The robber pierced a hole in the rear windshield with some tool. Then reached through the smallish hole and grabbed the bag. Ripping the bag back out knocked out the bulk of the (weakened) glass.

    News stories say the victims were an Iranian couple who do real estate photography. It’s theorized that the thieves saw them at the location they had just shot and followed them. $7,000 worth equipment– cameras and drone.

    • Thanks: Rob McX
    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @anon

    The Bay Area has some history of thefts of photographic and video equipment, like news crews having their cameras stolen while live on the air.

  70. @anon
    @Rob McX

    The robber pierced a hole in the rear windshield with some tool. Then reached through the smallish hole and grabbed the bag. Ripping the bag back out knocked out the bulk of the (weakened) glass.

    News stories say the victims were an Iranian couple who do real estate photography. It's theorized that the thieves saw them at the location they had just shot and followed them. $7,000 worth equipment-- cameras and drone.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer

    The Bay Area has some history of thefts of photographic and video equipment, like news crews having their cameras stolen while live on the air.

  71. @Achmed E. Newman
    This post and Jack D.'s and others' comments reminded me: Isn't there some kind of commenting site already out there that can be used to comment on any article someone decides? It'd be straightforward, right? Just link to the articles in question and keep them embedded (whatever, in a frame or what-have-you) in your site, but have a nice commenting system like this one* that works with it

    Granted, the NY Times readers aren't going to be led to the comments, but people with different views can still get the satisfaction. If it got big, you gotta know that the lefty writers won't be able to keep themselves from going to said site... at least once ... then comes the mute button of Mr. Nguyen's.


    .


    * I'm not trying to butter up old man Unz here, but this is really the best commenting system I've ever run into.

    Replies: @MEH 0910, @Random Anonymous

    You may be thinking of dissenter.com.

  72. @Anonymous
    @JohnnyWalker123

    https://twitter.com/mtracey/status/1359926894444052487
    https://twitter.com/jdforward/status/1359931927671820288

    Replies: @Gabe Ruth

    The Forward sub-tweeting frog twitter, you love to see it.

    We knew Romney and co. are snakes, I’m more interested in the donkeys who voted to acquit. In the current year that seems really brave and principled, which makes me wonder if there was some mistake.


  73. [MORE]

    But beneath calls for advocacy and safety, some conversations circulating within Asian American communities are troubling. Across online platforms, video footage showing Black men as the perpetrators in some attacks has spawned greater anti-Black sentiment even as nationwide protests in defense of Black lives continue. A Subtle Asian Traits post detailing the attacks prompted comments accusing Black Lives Matter supporters of indifference. On Reddit and Twitter, users have repopularized a 2010 article calling “black-on-Asian violence” San Francisco’s “dirty secret.”

    I urge my fellow Asian Americans to reject these narratives. We cannot answer racism with racism.

    We should know as well as anyone where such arguments from anecdote can lead. The better impulse is to examine how the potential for conflict was historically built into our communities. Political scientist Claire Jean Kim has described Asian American identity as partly formed by a “racial triangulation” process beginning in the mid-19th century, when Chinese workers began immigrating en masse to California. The economic boom there created demand for cheap labor, and White political and business elites valorized Asian immigrants over Blacks. Asians fulfilled an economic need while simultaneously being disadvantaged as aliens removed from the claims to American-ness increasingly being asserted by Black leaders.

    As Kim argues, this formula continues to generate conflict today. It can be seen, for instance, in the affirmative action debate whenever Asian Americans are weaponized as a perceived success story against Black Americans’ critiques of structural discrimination.

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