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When I saw this, I had no idea what incident this tweet is referring to.

Nowadays, I hear the #Frontlash before even hearing what trouble some Muslims have gotten themselves up to …

It’s like a Norm Macdonald one-liner:

 
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  1. First, AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA. Don’t talk to me about decency or hoping for safety. There’s plenty of ways to try to ensure the safety of Americans, including the ones in that synagogue, and our leadership (to the cheering of certain communities) has angrily and aggressively abandoned all of them, like they abandoned blackhawk helicopters in Kabul. Once you have no-questions-asked open borders with free trips into the hinterland (during a “pandemic”!), you have already done all that is necessary to enable the murder of every Jew in America.
    Second, it’s still going on, what the hell.
    Third, it is very possible that the woman whose imprisonment inspired this terrorism is innocent. The original case against her was an Arbusto terror prosecution, so just made-up crap from sloppy liars who lost every case that made it before a real judge. The thing that really nailed her (which notably is not the made-up crap but a subsequent event) was an incompetant soldier who allowed her to hold his m4 and shoot people in an escape attempt.
    I’d be pretty angry at the United States from any starting point if I was her brother.

    • Agree: El Dato
    • Replies: @PhysicistDave
    @J.Ross

    J. Ross wrote:


    Third, it is very possible that the woman whose imprisonment inspired this terrorism is innocent. The original case against her was an Arbusto terror prosecution, so just made-up crap from sloppy liars who lost every case that made it before a real judge.
     
    The thought did cross my mind.

    Now that we know how the US justice system handled 1/6 vs. the BLM riots or the death of George Floyd vs. that of Ashli Babbitt... yeah, the benefit of the doubt should not go with the US government.

    For the record: no, I do not approve of what this guy is doing near Fort Worth. My guess is that he believes Jews run the country and that they will do anything to save his Jewish hostages.

    Not gonna happen.

    On the other hand, Sleepy Joe did kill ten innocents during the Afghan withdrawal. Somehow, I am pretty sure that this fool down near Forth Worth is going to be punished more severely than Murderin' Joe.

    #ExtraditeBidentoAfghanistan
    , @Jack D
    @J.Ross


    First, AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
     
    Pardon me, but FU. Think of the innocent hostages and the terror they must be feeling right now. Think of their anguished families. If this amuses you then you are a sick f(ck. Until the hostages are safe then there is nothing funny about this situation.

    Still, if you were being held hostage right now (this fellow's "sister" had no problem trying to shoot American soldiers regardless of their religion) I would have sympathy for you because you are a human being no matter how degraded you are.

    PS regardless of what the soldier did, she shot at and tried to kill American soldiers. Should we just have let her go?

    Replies: @74v56ruthiyj, @J.Ross, @PhysicistDave, @El Dato, @Mike Tre

    , @Johann Ricke
    @J.Ross


    Third, it is very possible that the woman whose imprisonment inspired this terrorism is innocent. The original case against her was an Arbusto terror prosecution, so just made-up crap from sloppy liars who lost every case that made it before a real judge. The thing that really nailed her (which notably is not the made-up crap but a subsequent event) was an incompetant soldier who allowed her to hold his m4 and shoot people in an escape attempt.

    I’d be pretty angry at the United States from any starting point if I was her brother.
     
    Given that for literally 1000 years, Muslims overran Christian lands, enslaving and slaughtering tens of millions, I'm impressed that you're so forgiving. Maybe the bit we're missing is that you're a Muslim.

    Replies: @J.Ross

    , @AnotherDad
    @J.Ross

    Simple kumbaya solution. Jewish hostages set free. The terrorist brother and sister are sent back to whatever Muslim nation they are from. And we get a closed border so we are not importing ethnic grievance.

    Why do I think the Jews and Muslims unite only in their hate for my solution?

    Replies: @Jack D

    , @San Fernando Curt
    @J.Ross


    Once you have no-questions-asked open borders... you have already done all that is necessary to enable the murder of every Jew in America.
     
    Occasionally, brilliant, compassionate policies by the very best and brightest - and most soulful - of Earth's creatures are revealed, in practice, as stupid. It is then that history must be rewritten, and "credit," now designated "blame," must fall on others. This brings us to Open Borders brainstorms. From hence, official record will hold they were concoctions of hillbillies. Oh... and the Goober Nazis were trying to kill Jews. Burn them.
  2. Cane here for that.

  3. In aftermath of whatever infamy they periodically drench the world, Muslims forever brace for the backlash. I’m worried about neuroskeletal problems caused by as-yet overreactive bracing.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @San Fernando Curt

    I don't have it to hand but there's an eight or ten headline collage, a smug pepe meme, about animals "mysteriously" attacking Muslims, and in every case it's actually because Muslims abuse intelligent animals. Most recent one was Bangladeshi Muslim "refugees" in India messing with elephants, who are known to remember individual human conduct for years.

  4. “People will use it to divide Jewish and Muslim communities for their political agenda. Don’t fall for it.”

    I agree. Israelis and Palestinians have centuries long history of rational and mutually affirming diplomacy between them. It would be the biggest tragedy of humankind if it were all to go to shit over some miscast actress or a faulty mortar tube causing a round to detonate within it.

  5. OT What did Tonga do to anger Putin?

    • LOL: Cortes, HammerJack
    • Replies: @Cortes
    @J.Ross

    Hunga Tonga Hunga Ha'apai is a proper name for an explosive underwater volcano.

    , @Anon
    @J.Ross


    OT What did Tonga do to anger Putin?
     
    https://twitter.com/yumewo3/status/1482384145225744391?s=20

    Steve Sailer says:
    January 12, 2022 at 8:27 am GMT

    Yeah, but tidal waves are scary. So of my most memorable nightmares have been about tidal waves.
     
    There must a Dean Koontz novel about a guy whose nightmares alter reality.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @YetAnotherAnon, @Rex Little

  6. Anon[356] • Disclaimer says:

    Imagine actually believing there are 50 million Americans in close enough proximity to kill with a nuclear weapon.

    Even the most densely populated metro area in America, the New York Metro Area, which includes large swathes of New Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania, has only 20 million people in it.

    Not even the legendary Tsar Bomba nuke could kill them all.

    This is why everyone with a liberal arts degree should be forbidden from public communication.

    • Troll: Alrenous
    • Replies: @Jimbo
    @Anon

    Not really getting the joke...

    Replies: @Anon

    , @Wj
    @Anon

    Ok sperg. Good catch.

    , @Cindy
    @Anon

    I guess humor is a foreign concept to you.

    , @Ian Smith
    @Anon

    Sperg alert…sperg alert…

    , @Alec Leamas (working from home)
    @Anon


    Imagine actually believing there are 50 million Americans in close enough proximity to kill with a nuclear weapon.

    Even the most densely populated metro area in America, the New York Metro Area, which includes large swathes of New Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania, has only 20 million people in it.

    Not even the legendary Tsar Bomba nuke could kill them all.

    This is why everyone with a liberal arts degree should be forbidden from public communication.

     

    When you reduce the deaths from 50 million to 20 million it really does take the point out of the joke.
    , @al gore rhythms
    @Anon

    What, in your opinion, is the highest number be could credibly have picked?

    You can round it to the nearest 1000.

    , @Dave from Oz
    @Anon

    People routinely overestimate what a nuke can do. Yeah - wipe out everything in a two-mile radius. light damage out to 3.5 miles. How big is a city, these days?

    Replies: @Alrenous

    , @At78
    @Anon

    You obviously missed the funny in that tweet

  7. @San Fernando Curt
    In aftermath of whatever infamy they periodically drench the world, Muslims forever brace for the backlash. I'm worried about neuroskeletal problems caused by as-yet overreactive bracing.

    Replies: @J.Ross

    I don’t have it to hand but there’s an eight or ten headline collage, a smug pepe meme, about animals “mysteriously” attacking Muslims, and in every case it’s actually because Muslims abuse intelligent animals. Most recent one was Bangladeshi Muslim “refugees” in India messing with elephants, who are known to remember individual human conduct for years.

  8. Steve Sailer bashes SNL, but he still loves comics like Norm MacDonald who made their career in SNL, and he loves and links many of the right-wing SNL skits in more recent years.

    I remember Sailer linking the Asian American Doll skit, the Schoolhouse Rock Bill parody mocking Obama, and the Black History Month skit mocking the left’s drill and kill tactics on slavery. Those were all amazingly funny and very right wing. I’d also recommend the ATM skit, which is another funny right wing sketch.

    • Replies: @John Johnson
    @Hi There

    SNL is awful. Have you actually tried watching an entire episode lately?

    Yes they have a few good sketches that can be found on youtube which doesn't require subjecting yourself to a full episode. The same is true for most sketch shows.

    Overall the angle is liberal which wouldn't be so bad if was actually funny.

    Replies: @Wilkey

    , @J.Ross
    @Hi There

    Let me help you:
    EVERYONE likes SNL when it's funny.
    SNL is unpopular now because it sucks.
    This has happened multiple times. SNL was both good and popular at its inception and then a decade later in the Deuxième Souffle (Lovitz, Miller, Hartman, Hook, Carvey, Nealon, etc). It sucked and was unpopular now, but also earlier than now, plus in the Piscopo era. If you work at SNL, and want to be popular again, then stop sucking.

    , @AndrewR
    @Hi There

    Pretty sure they haven't had a "right wing skit" since OWS. Definitely not since Blump came into politics.

    Replies: @Unladen Swallow

    , @Sam Patch
    @Hi There

    The sketch with Alec Baldwin as an ad exec for Cheetos pandering to the transbully agenda was pretty great.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    , @Muggles
    @Hi There

    I sometimes tune into SNL to see the musical acts. Now they seem to only do one set.

    The most recent new one featured many, many "cast members" who seemed to be only in the opening credits. Tatted up White Boy Pete Davidson seems to be their token straight White Male. Not very funny. Pathetic. Not seen much either.

    Most of the skits featured fat or obese black females. I really couldn't watch.

    They had one over 10 minute long skit (at least) with some unfunny black guy going on and on about someone else who was supposed to be a black politician. Another black guy did that.

    I had no idea who this was about. Finally, when I re-tuned in, after at least ten minutes, I figured out via some mention of NYC that this was about Eric Adams, the newly elected black (Black!) mayor of NYC. Most of the skit (a/k/a "sketch") seemed to be about Adams' mannerism or language that he uses. It went on and on.

    The thing is, no one outside of NYC even knows who this guy is, much less knows when he is being ridiculed. How would we? Why care? Of course it was supposed to be a parody of him (I think) because he is seen by commies as being pro cop, or slightly less left wing than say, Trotsky.

    Even the earlier (sometimes humorous) Trump skits didn't drone on that long. And everyone knows Trump.

    I'm pretty certain no negative skits about Baldwin, Harris or Sleepy Joe have yet to be seen on SNL.

    Like the USSR, you don't mock your political sweethearts. This show should be called We Used to Be Funny.

    (Also, all of the "laughs" seem to be canned. Does anyone else notice this? Who would really laugh at most of the very lame "jokes"?)

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Harry Baldwin, @SaneClownPosse

  9. If there is any hope,it lies with the Jews and Muslims.

    • Replies: @Jew
    @Bardon Kaldlan

    Are you impersonating Bardon Kaldian?

    What are the odds that such similarity is a mere coincidence?

  10. AHAHAHAHAHAHA
    UK Telegraph reports Pakistani terrorist as “a man with an English accent.”
    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/world-news/2022/01/15/texas-synagogue-man-english-accent-holding-congregation-hostage/

    • Replies: @Paperback Writer
    @J.Ross

    Lots of well-edumacated Indians & Pakistani have accents that sound British to American ears.

    Replies: @Expletive Deleted, @Bragadocious

  11. @J.Ross
    First, AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA. Don't talk to me about decency or hoping for safety. There's plenty of ways to try to ensure the safety of Americans, including the ones in that synagogue, and our leadership (to the cheering of certain communities) has angrily and aggressively abandoned all of them, like they abandoned blackhawk helicopters in Kabul. Once you have no-questions-asked open borders with free trips into the hinterland (during a "pandemic"!), you have already done all that is necessary to enable the murder of every Jew in America.
    Second, it's still going on, what the hell.
    Third, it is very possible that the woman whose imprisonment inspired this terrorism is innocent. The original case against her was an Arbusto terror prosecution, so just made-up crap from sloppy liars who lost every case that made it before a real judge. The thing that really nailed her (which notably is not the made-up crap but a subsequent event) was an incompetant soldier who allowed her to hold his m4 and shoot people in an escape attempt.
    I'd be pretty angry at the United States from any starting point if I was her brother.

    Replies: @PhysicistDave, @Jack D, @Johann Ricke, @AnotherDad, @San Fernando Curt

    J. Ross wrote:

    Third, it is very possible that the woman whose imprisonment inspired this terrorism is innocent. The original case against her was an Arbusto terror prosecution, so just made-up crap from sloppy liars who lost every case that made it before a real judge.

    The thought did cross my mind.

    Now that we know how the US justice system handled 1/6 vs. the BLM riots or the death of George Floyd vs. that of Ashli Babbitt… yeah, the benefit of the doubt should not go with the US government.

    For the record: no, I do not approve of what this guy is doing near Fort Worth. My guess is that he believes Jews run the country and that they will do anything to save his Jewish hostages.

    Not gonna happen.

    On the other hand, Sleepy Joe did kill ten innocents during the Afghan withdrawal. Somehow, I am pretty sure that this fool down near Forth Worth is going to be punished more severely than Murderin’ Joe.

    #ExtraditeBidentoAfghanistan

  12. So a US scientist travels to Afghanistan, gets arrested by the raj’s police, grabs an American soldier’s rifle (fortunately she’s a terrible shot), ends up in New York City charged with some extruded, terrorist-type crime (because, of course, the US military doesn’t kill hostile combatants; it arrests them), her family starts a 501(c)(3) and inspires a whole movement who regard her as a political prisoner, and now a bunch of liberal Jews are being held at gunpoint in Texas.

    Clown world.

    • Replies: @George
    @The Anti-Gnostic

    Why is the US still holding Afghan prisoners of war?

    Replies: @The Anti-Gnostic

    , @Nachum
    @The Anti-Gnostic

    You want even more clowning? What you call the "US Scientist" (Pakistani, no?) got her PhD at...Brandeis University, a Jewish-founded school. And even though none of her terror career had anything to do with Israel or Jews, her prime defense seems to consist mostly of rantings about the Jews.

  13. Why would ISIS detonate nukes to kill their paymasters?

  14. Just read that Michigan is getting 1600 Afghanis next month. Oh, great.

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
    @Ron Mexico

    'Just read that Michigan is getting 1600 Afghanis next month. Oh, great.'

    We'll swap you our Haitians.

    Replies: @Ron Mexico

    , @Mike Tre
    @Ron Mexico

    Maybe you misread it and they're going to 1600 W. Pennsylvania Ave?

    , @Reg Cæsar
    @Ron Mexico


    Just read that Michigan is getting 1600 Afghanis next month. Oh, great.

     

    ؋1600 is just over fifteen bucks. In Michigan, that might get you a six-pack of Vernor's at Meijer Thrifty Acres. (But not Kmart, RIP. Oh, and RIP Lena Meijer, 1919-2022.)


    Vernor's is non-alcoholic, so Afghans can imbibe.



    https://web.archive.org/web/20070322185657/http://www.banknoteworld.com/banknotes/Afghanistan/AfghanistanPNew-1000Afghanis-SH1381(2002)-donatedsrb_f.jpg


    https://web.archive.org/web/20070926073630/http://www.banknoteworld.com/banknotes/Afghanistan/AfghanistanPNew-500Afghanis-SH1381-2002-donatedsrb_f.jpg

    https://web.archive.org/web/20060726133533/http://www.banknoteworld.com/banknotes/Afghanistan/AfghanistanPNew-100Afghanis-SH1381(2002)-donatedsrb_b.jpg

    Replies: @Ron Mexico

  15. @J.Ross
    OT What did Tonga do to anger Putin?

    Replies: @Cortes, @Anon

    Hunga Tonga Hunga Ha’apai is a proper name for an explosive underwater volcano.

  16. We’re forever being told to not hate Muslims for the violence they are committing and to hate right wing extremists for the violence they supposedly will be committing any minute now.

  17. There’s currently some agita for Irish leftists/globalists. A young attractive Irish school teacher was beaten to death in the daytime in a public place.

    So far, it can’t be ruled out that an immigrant killed her: Ashling Murphy.

    The leftists/globalists are praying they can lay the murder on a white man.

    • Thanks: Alden
    • Replies: @Alden
    @Coemgen

    As soon as the black immigrant murderer of Ashling Murphy is arrested the media will begin pleading that there be no “ backlash” against blacks who murder Whites. As happened 2 days after Tessa Majors was murdered by 3 black 8th grade boys in New York City.

    I assume the White women hating woman less childless nerd creepy pervert MEN OF UNZ will soon jump in hating Ashling Murphy Ranting it’s all Murphy’s fault for jogging and that she was on her way to a black lover or to buy drugs from her murderer. Just as the despicable MEN OF UNZ did while hating and yanking on Tessa Majors. I was truly surprised none of you didn’t claim Ashli Babbit didn’t deserve death because she consorted with blacks. She was in the black and brown army.

    The Paul Kersey commenters are similar . Dancing and yanking with joy when a White woman is murdered,

    Replies: @Professional Slav, @silviosilver, @YetAnotherAnon

    , @Coemgen
    @Coemgen

    After several paragraphs decrying "misogyny" and "gender-based violence," the Belfast Telegraph finally spills-the-beans: "... the suspect, who is originally from eastern Europe ..."

    https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/republic-of-ireland/gardai-closing-in-on-ashling-murphys-killer-with-a-new-chief-suspect-41244853.html

    Replies: @Curle, @Coemgen

  18. @J.Ross
    First, AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA. Don't talk to me about decency or hoping for safety. There's plenty of ways to try to ensure the safety of Americans, including the ones in that synagogue, and our leadership (to the cheering of certain communities) has angrily and aggressively abandoned all of them, like they abandoned blackhawk helicopters in Kabul. Once you have no-questions-asked open borders with free trips into the hinterland (during a "pandemic"!), you have already done all that is necessary to enable the murder of every Jew in America.
    Second, it's still going on, what the hell.
    Third, it is very possible that the woman whose imprisonment inspired this terrorism is innocent. The original case against her was an Arbusto terror prosecution, so just made-up crap from sloppy liars who lost every case that made it before a real judge. The thing that really nailed her (which notably is not the made-up crap but a subsequent event) was an incompetant soldier who allowed her to hold his m4 and shoot people in an escape attempt.
    I'd be pretty angry at the United States from any starting point if I was her brother.

    Replies: @PhysicistDave, @Jack D, @Johann Ricke, @AnotherDad, @San Fernando Curt

    First, AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

    Pardon me, but FU. Think of the innocent hostages and the terror they must be feeling right now. Think of their anguished families. If this amuses you then you are a sick f(ck. Until the hostages are safe then there is nothing funny about this situation.

    Still, if you were being held hostage right now (this fellow’s “sister” had no problem trying to shoot American soldiers regardless of their religion) I would have sympathy for you because you are a human being no matter how degraded you are.

    PS regardless of what the soldier did, she shot at and tried to kill American soldiers. Should we just have let her go?

    • Replies: @74v56ruthiyj
    @Jack D

    So what if she tried to kill American soldiers? I have met a few Germans who once tried, and some succeeded, in killing Americans. This woman is an enemy combatant. The war is over. Let her go back to her part of the world.

    Replies: @Jack D, @International Jew

    , @J.Ross
    @Jack D

    Your emotions are human and understandable, but your attempts at logic simply aren't there, for reasons which have already been explained.
    In fact, having read more about Dr Siddiqui, I am now totally certain that she is innocent. I was expecting our totally worthless intel scamsters to be behind it. Actually the people who arrested her were goat-bothering pedophile illiterate Afghan scum. Counselor, your evidence is verbal claims from freaking Pathans, made to spooks. Care to negotiate?
    Unlike you or your acolyte, I was dumb enough to wear a uniform and carry a weapon for our god-forsaken government, in the relevant conflict, and if I was in range of a hajji of any age or gender, with a weapon stolen from a comrade, attempting to kill Americans, she would not be airlifted to New York City. She would be moderated like an iSteve comment.
    Thank you so much cheap lazy Zionist grifters for accusing me of being pro-Muslim immigration. Good job. I couldn't have done better.

    Replies: @Jack D

    , @PhysicistDave
    @Jack D

    JackD wrote:


    Pardon me, but FU. Think of the innocent hostages and the terror they must be feeling right now. Think of their anguished families. If this amuses you then you are a sick f(ck. Until the hostages are safe then there is nothing funny about this situation.
     
    Yeah, but the US did bring this on ourselves by getting involved in sh**hole countries in Southwest Asia, bringing Afghans to the US, etc.

    Jack D also wrote:

    this fellow’s “sister” had no problem trying to shoot American soldiers regardless of their religion
     
    It was a war, and she was attacking uniformed combatants who had invaded another country: at most, she would seem to be a POW.

    On the face of it, she is less guilty of anything than Biden et al. are for killing ten innocents in the drone strike during the Afghan evacuation.

    The Pakistanis seem to want her back: let them have her.
    , @El Dato
    @Jack D


    Until the hostages are safe then there is nothing funny about this situation.
     
    Your over-the-top virtue signaling and concern for random hostages is duly noted.

    I am quite amused indeed. You wouldn't even give a millisecond thought about the same people being incinerated if it happened via official JDAM delivery.

    Or maybe you are really protesting at Foggy Bottom every single day concerning the liberation of whole parts of Syria that the US currently holds hostage? Could be.


    she shot at and tried to kill American soldiers
     
    Fuck that's so EVIL. The lil angels.

    Political decisions and job descriptions: matter.

    Replies: @Jack D

    , @Mike Tre
    @Jack D

    "Pardon me, but FU. Think of the innocent hostages and the terror they must be feeling right now. Think of their anguished families."

    Shut up. You are so nonchalant about the suffering of so many non jews within the realm of current events I wonder sometimes if you're not Ash from the movie Alien. But as soon as your kind are on the chopping block all of a sudden levity isn't allowed? Excuse me but fuck you. You're lack of self awareness concerning your own ethnic favoritism is sad.

  19. @The Anti-Gnostic
    So a US scientist travels to Afghanistan, gets arrested by the raj's police, grabs an American soldier's rifle (fortunately she's a terrible shot), ends up in New York City charged with some extruded, terrorist-type crime (because, of course, the US military doesn't kill hostile combatants; it arrests them), her family starts a 501(c)(3) and inspires a whole movement who regard her as a political prisoner, and now a bunch of liberal Jews are being held at gunpoint in Texas.

    Clown world.

    Replies: @George, @Nachum

    Why is the US still holding Afghan prisoners of war?

    • Replies: @The Anti-Gnostic
    @George

    Beats me. Historically you didn't arrest hostile combatants, you killed them or they killed you. At the end of the war, POWs were repatriated. But now our fabulous Democratic Rainbow Warrior Military arrests you and turns you over to DOJ for prosecution for some extruded federal crime.

    The US military is no longer a military; it's this amped-up global police force enforcing universal US jurisdiction over freedom.

  20. No worries, it will be dropped in a few days just like the Christmas parade killer.

    • Replies: @Mike_from_SGV
    @John Johnson

    4 people held hostage, and it's an international news story. The BLM demographic kills dozens daily, and it rarely makes the news. The Wisconsin terror attack was allowed to be a fleeting news item but has now vanished.
    I hear the hostages are safe and the perp is dead. Good and good.

    , @Professional Slav
    @John Johnson

    These aren't random white children, this is a synagogue. ADL's lawyers will be in touch with you soon.

  21. @Hi There
    Steve Sailer bashes SNL, but he still loves comics like Norm MacDonald who made their career in SNL, and he loves and links many of the right-wing SNL skits in more recent years.

    I remember Sailer linking the Asian American Doll skit, the Schoolhouse Rock Bill parody mocking Obama, and the Black History Month skit mocking the left's drill and kill tactics on slavery. Those were all amazingly funny and very right wing. I'd also recommend the ATM skit, which is another funny right wing sketch.

    Replies: @John Johnson, @J.Ross, @AndrewR, @Sam Patch, @Muggles

    SNL is awful. Have you actually tried watching an entire episode lately?

    Yes they have a few good sketches that can be found on youtube which doesn’t require subjecting yourself to a full episode. The same is true for most sketch shows.

    Overall the angle is liberal which wouldn’t be so bad if was actually funny.

    • Agree: The Ringmaster
    • Replies: @Wilkey
    @John Johnson


    SNL is awful. Have you actually tried watching an entire episode lately?
     
    The bad sketches are awful, and the best sketches aren’t even half as good as the great sketches of years past. Wokeness has completely taken over the show, and it’s truly dying at this point.

    And it isn’t just an age thing. I may be in my mid-40s, but there’s comedy out there that gets me laughing as hard as I laughed in my teens, but none of it is on SNL. Just watch, say, some of the great Will Ferrell or Mike ambers sketches and ask yourself if anything SNL has done in the last ten years compares.

    There will always be a place for great sketch comedy, but the whole point of comedy is mocking the people who deserve to be mocked. If you aren’t willing to mock people because you support their insane politics then you are worthless as a comedian. I mean, one of the main performers on SNL is a guy who literally changed his surname to honor Che Guevara.

  22. @J.Ross
    First, AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA. Don't talk to me about decency or hoping for safety. There's plenty of ways to try to ensure the safety of Americans, including the ones in that synagogue, and our leadership (to the cheering of certain communities) has angrily and aggressively abandoned all of them, like they abandoned blackhawk helicopters in Kabul. Once you have no-questions-asked open borders with free trips into the hinterland (during a "pandemic"!), you have already done all that is necessary to enable the murder of every Jew in America.
    Second, it's still going on, what the hell.
    Third, it is very possible that the woman whose imprisonment inspired this terrorism is innocent. The original case against her was an Arbusto terror prosecution, so just made-up crap from sloppy liars who lost every case that made it before a real judge. The thing that really nailed her (which notably is not the made-up crap but a subsequent event) was an incompetant soldier who allowed her to hold his m4 and shoot people in an escape attempt.
    I'd be pretty angry at the United States from any starting point if I was her brother.

    Replies: @PhysicistDave, @Jack D, @Johann Ricke, @AnotherDad, @San Fernando Curt

    Third, it is very possible that the woman whose imprisonment inspired this terrorism is innocent. The original case against her was an Arbusto terror prosecution, so just made-up crap from sloppy liars who lost every case that made it before a real judge. The thing that really nailed her (which notably is not the made-up crap but a subsequent event) was an incompetant soldier who allowed her to hold his m4 and shoot people in an escape attempt.

    I’d be pretty angry at the United States from any starting point if I was her brother.

    Given that for literally 1000 years, Muslims overran Christian lands, enslaving and slaughtering tens of millions, I’m impressed that you’re so forgiving. Maybe the bit we’re missing is that you’re a Muslim.

    • Troll: Colin Wright
    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @Johann Ricke

    Mashallah, I've been found out!

  23. “Hope I’m wrong.”

    Do you really, though, Wajahat?

  24. @Jack D
    @J.Ross


    First, AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
     
    Pardon me, but FU. Think of the innocent hostages and the terror they must be feeling right now. Think of their anguished families. If this amuses you then you are a sick f(ck. Until the hostages are safe then there is nothing funny about this situation.

    Still, if you were being held hostage right now (this fellow's "sister" had no problem trying to shoot American soldiers regardless of their religion) I would have sympathy for you because you are a human being no matter how degraded you are.

    PS regardless of what the soldier did, she shot at and tried to kill American soldiers. Should we just have let her go?

    Replies: @74v56ruthiyj, @J.Ross, @PhysicistDave, @El Dato, @Mike Tre

    So what if she tried to kill American soldiers? I have met a few Germans who once tried, and some succeeded, in killing Americans. This woman is an enemy combatant. The war is over. Let her go back to her part of the world.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @74v56ruthiyj

    Under the Geneva conventions, as an enemy combatant out of uniform and engaged in sabotage (she was arrested carrying 2 lbs. of cyanide - a fraction of a gram will kill you), we are entitled to execute her or impose any lesser punishment. She is not being held as a POW. Nor is her war over. There is every reason to believe that if we released her she would try to kill more Americans in the future.

    Replies: @74v56ruthiyj

    , @International Jew
    @74v56ruthiyj

    Exactly right. She's a POW. If she took out US citizenship at some point, let's just retract that. But then put her on board a flight to Pakistan.

    JackD's point about her not wearing a uniform is fine and good but the entire enemy army we fought there was out of uniform. Or you could say that sandals and Sindbad pants were their uniform (and who are we to dictate couture to the enemy).

    Replies: @Jack D, @Bill Jones

  25. @Ron Mexico
    Just read that Michigan is getting 1600 Afghanis next month. Oh, great.

    Replies: @Colin Wright, @Mike Tre, @Reg Cæsar

    ‘Just read that Michigan is getting 1600 Afghanis next month. Oh, great.’

    We’ll swap you our Haitians.

    • Replies: @Ron Mexico
    @Colin Wright

    We have those (Haitians) too, all being employed by our pork plant, along with our Yemenis (not by pork plant, most are welfare since their factory employers closed shop) who came back in the 80s-90s. Just another day in SW Michigan paradise!

  26. The rabbi’s name is Charlie Cytron-Walker. So they are reform and that they will invite him to stay for tea and rugella afterwards.

    Somewhat related, the new AG of Virginia quickly targeted Soros lackeys. They media calls him the first POC to hold the position. Jason Miyares’ parents are Jewish and from Cuba. His complexion is several shades lighter than what the average Hispanic considers themselves according to that one survey. https://www.jasonmiyares.com/
    His daughters might get sunburnt sitting too close to a window.

    We need to redefine passing complexion.

    • Replies: @Paperback Writer
    @Thea


    So they are reform and that they will invite him to stay for tea and rugella afterwards.
     
    They invited him in because they thought he was a homeless man who needed food. They got the "rugella" over with beforehand - he's dead now, won't be eating until he gets to Paradise, inshallah.
  27. @74v56ruthiyj
    @Jack D

    So what if she tried to kill American soldiers? I have met a few Germans who once tried, and some succeeded, in killing Americans. This woman is an enemy combatant. The war is over. Let her go back to her part of the world.

    Replies: @Jack D, @International Jew

    Under the Geneva conventions, as an enemy combatant out of uniform and engaged in sabotage (she was arrested carrying 2 lbs. of cyanide – a fraction of a gram will kill you), we are entitled to execute her or impose any lesser punishment. She is not being held as a POW. Nor is her war over. There is every reason to believe that if we released her she would try to kill more Americans in the future.

    • Replies: @74v56ruthiyj
    @Jack D

    Geneva Convention? When are we? 1942? We've spent the last 20 years fighting people who don't wear uniforms, and who never heard of the Geneva Convention. It's completely irrelevant. And she can't kill Americans if we don't let her and her kind live here.

    Replies: @Jack D

  28. @Ron Mexico
    Just read that Michigan is getting 1600 Afghanis next month. Oh, great.

    Replies: @Colin Wright, @Mike Tre, @Reg Cæsar

    Maybe you misread it and they’re going to 1600 W. Pennsylvania Ave?

    • LOL: Ron Mexico
  29. @Anon
    Imagine actually believing there are 50 million Americans in close enough proximity to kill with a nuclear weapon.

    Even the most densely populated metro area in America, the New York Metro Area, which includes large swathes of New Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania, has only 20 million people in it.

    Not even the legendary Tsar Bomba nuke could kill them all.

    This is why everyone with a liberal arts degree should be forbidden from public communication.

    Replies: @Jimbo, @Wj, @Cindy, @Ian Smith, @Alec Leamas (working from home), @al gore rhythms, @Dave from Oz, @At78

    Not really getting the joke…

    • Replies: @Anon
    @Jimbo

    I got the joke and it's fucking dumb. It hinges on the idea that Muslims are able to kill a significant share of the US population. They aren't and they haven't. That's it. The entire joke is based around a stupid false premise.

    Replies: @Aeronerauk, @Edmund

  30. @Johann Ricke
    @J.Ross


    Third, it is very possible that the woman whose imprisonment inspired this terrorism is innocent. The original case against her was an Arbusto terror prosecution, so just made-up crap from sloppy liars who lost every case that made it before a real judge. The thing that really nailed her (which notably is not the made-up crap but a subsequent event) was an incompetant soldier who allowed her to hold his m4 and shoot people in an escape attempt.

    I’d be pretty angry at the United States from any starting point if I was her brother.
     
    Given that for literally 1000 years, Muslims overran Christian lands, enslaving and slaughtering tens of millions, I'm impressed that you're so forgiving. Maybe the bit we're missing is that you're a Muslim.

    Replies: @J.Ross

    Mashallah, I’ve been found out!

  31. @Hi There
    Steve Sailer bashes SNL, but he still loves comics like Norm MacDonald who made their career in SNL, and he loves and links many of the right-wing SNL skits in more recent years.

    I remember Sailer linking the Asian American Doll skit, the Schoolhouse Rock Bill parody mocking Obama, and the Black History Month skit mocking the left's drill and kill tactics on slavery. Those were all amazingly funny and very right wing. I'd also recommend the ATM skit, which is another funny right wing sketch.

    Replies: @John Johnson, @J.Ross, @AndrewR, @Sam Patch, @Muggles

    Let me help you:
    EVERYONE likes SNL when it’s funny.
    SNL is unpopular now because it sucks.
    This has happened multiple times. SNL was both good and popular at its inception and then a decade later in the Deuxième Souffle (Lovitz, Miller, Hartman, Hook, Carvey, Nealon, etc). It sucked and was unpopular now, but also earlier than now, plus in the Piscopo era. If you work at SNL, and want to be popular again, then stop sucking.

    • Agree: Drapetomaniac
  32. @Hi There
    Steve Sailer bashes SNL, but he still loves comics like Norm MacDonald who made their career in SNL, and he loves and links many of the right-wing SNL skits in more recent years.

    I remember Sailer linking the Asian American Doll skit, the Schoolhouse Rock Bill parody mocking Obama, and the Black History Month skit mocking the left's drill and kill tactics on slavery. Those were all amazingly funny and very right wing. I'd also recommend the ATM skit, which is another funny right wing sketch.

    Replies: @John Johnson, @J.Ross, @AndrewR, @Sam Patch, @Muggles

    Pretty sure they haven’t had a “right wing skit” since OWS. Definitely not since Blump came into politics.

    • Replies: @Unladen Swallow
    @AndrewR

    What's OWS? Saturday Night Live had that very funny Bill Clinton at McDonalds skit back in the early 1990's, but that was a very long time ago.

    Replies: @OFWHAP

  33. @Jack D
    @J.Ross


    First, AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
     
    Pardon me, but FU. Think of the innocent hostages and the terror they must be feeling right now. Think of their anguished families. If this amuses you then you are a sick f(ck. Until the hostages are safe then there is nothing funny about this situation.

    Still, if you were being held hostage right now (this fellow's "sister" had no problem trying to shoot American soldiers regardless of their religion) I would have sympathy for you because you are a human being no matter how degraded you are.

    PS regardless of what the soldier did, she shot at and tried to kill American soldiers. Should we just have let her go?

    Replies: @74v56ruthiyj, @J.Ross, @PhysicistDave, @El Dato, @Mike Tre

    Your emotions are human and understandable, but your attempts at logic simply aren’t there, for reasons which have already been explained.
    In fact, having read more about Dr Siddiqui, I am now totally certain that she is innocent. I was expecting our totally worthless intel scamsters to be behind it. Actually the people who arrested her were goat-bothering pedophile illiterate Afghan scum. Counselor, your evidence is verbal claims from freaking Pathans, made to spooks. Care to negotiate?
    Unlike you or your acolyte, I was dumb enough to wear a uniform and carry a weapon for our god-forsaken government, in the relevant conflict, and if I was in range of a hajji of any age or gender, with a weapon stolen from a comrade, attempting to kill Americans, she would not be airlifted to New York City. She would be moderated like an iSteve comment.
    Thank you so much cheap lazy Zionist grifters for accusing me of being pro-Muslim immigration. Good job. I couldn’t have done better.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @J.Ross

    A chief warrant officer did ventiltate her in the stomach with his sidearm when the rifle she grabbed misfired. It's not my fault that he was not as good a shot as you and missed her heart or that the US has excellent medical care. It was inside a crowded room so he was probably concerned about hitting bystanders and stop shooting as soon as she went down.

    I understand that Pathans have a flexible relationship with truth but so do Pakis, so the only question is which one is lying more? In this case I would say that she is, but YMMV.

  34. @Jimbo
    @Anon

    Not really getting the joke...

    Replies: @Anon

    I got the joke and it’s fucking dumb. It hinges on the idea that Muslims are able to kill a significant share of the US population. They aren’t and they haven’t. That’s it. The entire joke is based around a stupid false premise.

    • Troll: Alrenous
    • Replies: @Aeronerauk
    @Anon

    No, you didn't get the joke and clearly have some kind of developmental disorder.

    Replies: @Anon

    , @Edmund
    @Anon

    No, the joke is that even if a Muslim was to kill 50 million Americans, liberals would focus on the intense anti-Muslim backlash that would follow, rather than the 50 million killed by the nuke.

    Replies: @John Johnson, @Anon

  35. PS, all four Texas synagogue hostages are FREED and terrorist demanding release of ‘Lady Al Qaeda’ is shot – unclear if dead

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10406409/Officials-negotiating-man-reportedly-holding-people-hostage-Texas-synagogue.html

    All’s well that ends well.

    • Disagree: bombthe3gorgesdam
    • Replies: @Jack D
    @Jack D

    Further update - he's dead, Jim.

    , @International Jew
    @Jack D


    All’s well that ends well.
     
    Ali is not well.
  36. @Anon
    Imagine actually believing there are 50 million Americans in close enough proximity to kill with a nuclear weapon.

    Even the most densely populated metro area in America, the New York Metro Area, which includes large swathes of New Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania, has only 20 million people in it.

    Not even the legendary Tsar Bomba nuke could kill them all.

    This is why everyone with a liberal arts degree should be forbidden from public communication.

    Replies: @Jimbo, @Wj, @Cindy, @Ian Smith, @Alec Leamas (working from home), @al gore rhythms, @Dave from Oz, @At78

    Ok sperg. Good catch.

    • Thanks: Bill
  37. @Jack D
    PS, all four Texas synagogue hostages are FREED and terrorist demanding release of 'Lady Al Qaeda' is shot - unclear if dead

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10406409/Officials-negotiating-man-reportedly-holding-people-hostage-Texas-synagogue.html

    All's well that ends well.

    Replies: @Jack D, @International Jew

    Further update – he’s dead, Jim.

    • Thanks: Johann Ricke
  38. I’m really getting sick of smug blue ticks writing “dont’ fall for it” when what they actually mean is “please feel about this thing we both agree on the objective reality of in the way I want, not the way you want”.

    As I’ve posted in the past this is another example of the standard assumption that has been beaten into Westerners how white people only have collective guilt and responsibility and no collective pride or interests. Conversely non-whites only have collective pride and interests and no collective guilt or responsibility. That’s what a ‘frontlash’ actually is, the asserting of this operating assumption.

    Such things get complicated when it deals with actions between non-whites like this synagogue attack. Particularly when in the US, people have been groomed to feel anti-semitism is a special kind of ethnic animosity that is more unjustified and evil than any other.

    Needless to say despite the obvious higher rates of ethnic animosity among Muslims across the world and the US towards Jews than white Americans, Mr. Ali would be saying something very different if the attacker was white.

    Aaaand, oh look.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Altai


    See Quebec mosque shooting...
     
    See Québec polytechnic shooting:

    Marc Lépine (born Gamil Rodrigue Liass Gharbi; October 26, 1964 – December 6, 1989) was a Canadian mass murderer from Montreal, Quebec who, in 1989, murdered fourteen women, and wounded ten women and four men at the École Polytechnique de Montréal, an engineering school affiliated with the Université de Montréal, in the École Polytechnique massacre, also known as the "Montreal Massacre".

    Lépine was born in Montreal, the son of Canadian nurse Monique Lépine, and Algerian businessman Rachid Gharbi. Gharbi was abusive towards and contemptuous of women...

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marc_L%C3%A9pine
     

    , @Bill
    @Altai

    The Soros caravan conspiracy theory? OK, who was funding and organizing those caravans?

  39. Not quite as funny as “Islamic leaders fear anti-Muslim backlash from tomorrow’s terror bombing.”

    • Agree: Thea
  40. @Ron Mexico
    Just read that Michigan is getting 1600 Afghanis next month. Oh, great.

    Replies: @Colin Wright, @Mike Tre, @Reg Cæsar

    Just read that Michigan is getting 1600 Afghanis next month. Oh, great.

    ؋1600 is just over fifteen bucks. In Michigan, that might get you a six-pack of Vernor’s at Meijer Thrifty Acres. (But not Kmart, RIP. Oh, and RIP Lena Meijer, 1919-2022.)

    Vernor’s is non-alcoholic, so Afghans can imbibe.

    • Replies: @Ron Mexico
    @Reg Cæsar

    Reg, Meijer doesn't sell Vernors in 6 packs anymore, at least in our local. Only 2 L and 20 Oz. Our Arabs shop at Wal-Mart, along with the Haitians, Guatemalans, and Amish. It is quite the experience on Sundays. The Amish do buy Vernors, the Arabs prefer Mountain Dew. Wal-Mart's check cashing service desk seems to be busy everytime I frequent.

  41. @Altai
    I'm really getting sick of smug blue ticks writing "dont' fall for it" when what they actually mean is "please feel about this thing we both agree on the objective reality of in the way I want, not the way you want".

    As I've posted in the past this is another example of the standard assumption that has been beaten into Westerners how white people only have collective guilt and responsibility and no collective pride or interests. Conversely non-whites only have collective pride and interests and no collective guilt or responsibility. That's what a 'frontlash' actually is, the asserting of this operating assumption.

    Such things get complicated when it deals with actions between non-whites like this synagogue attack. Particularly when in the US, people have been groomed to feel anti-semitism is a special kind of ethnic animosity that is more unjustified and evil than any other.

    Needless to say despite the obvious higher rates of ethnic animosity among Muslims across the world and the US towards Jews than white Americans, Mr. Ali would be saying something very different if the attacker was white.

    Aaaand, oh look.

    https://twitter.com/WajahatAli/status/1106392980942962691

    https://twitter.com/WajahatAli/status/1122285168373452806

    https://twitter.com/WajahatAli/status/1106410692717019136

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Bill

    See Quebec mosque shooting…

    See Québec polytechnic shooting:

    Marc Lépine (born Gamil Rodrigue Liass Gharbi; October 26, 1964 – December 6, 1989) was a Canadian mass murderer from Montreal, Quebec who, in 1989, murdered fourteen women, and wounded ten women and four men at the École Polytechnique de Montréal, an engineering school affiliated with the Université de Montréal, in the École Polytechnique massacre, also known as the “Montreal Massacre”.

    Lépine was born in Montreal, the son of Canadian nurse Monique Lépine, and Algerian businessman Rachid Gharbi. Gharbi was abusive towards and contemptuous of women…

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marc_L%C3%A9pine

  42. @Anon
    @Jimbo

    I got the joke and it's fucking dumb. It hinges on the idea that Muslims are able to kill a significant share of the US population. They aren't and they haven't. That's it. The entire joke is based around a stupid false premise.

    Replies: @Aeronerauk, @Edmund

    No, you didn’t get the joke and clearly have some kind of developmental disorder.

    • Agree: Wade Hampton
    • Replies: @Anon
    @Aeronerauk

    The individual you're responding to clearly did "get the joke", and it's obvious that you yourself are butthurt that you didn't comprehend the gist of his comment the first time you read it. He's right. MacDonald's jokes are fruitless and reek of controlled opposition, and I therefore fervently hate him and hope he gets cancelled.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @J.Ross, @Alrenous

  43. Anon[369] • Disclaimer says:
    @J.Ross
    OT What did Tonga do to anger Putin?

    Replies: @Cortes, @Anon

    OT What did Tonga do to anger Putin?

    Steve Sailer says:
    January 12, 2022 at 8:27 am GMT

    Yeah, but tidal waves are scary. So of my most memorable nightmares have been about tidal waves.

    There must a Dean Koontz novel about a guy whose nightmares alter reality.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @Anon

    What is Status Six?

    , @YetAnotherAnon
    @Anon

    "nightmares alter reality" - it is a bit disturbing that Steve mentions his fear of tidal waves and one turns up a day or two later.

    See Hardy's The Withered Arm

    http://victorian-studies.net/ghost-stories-hardy.html

    or Somerset Maugham - there's a great short story, Lord Mountdrago - about an aristocratic Foreign Secretary and a working class Labour MP in the 1920s.


    The woman I had on my knees was drunk; she wasn't pretty and she wasn't young: in fact, she was just a blowsy old prostitute. She filled me with disgust, and yet when she put her mouth to mine and kissed me, though her breath stank of beer and her teeth were decayed, though I loathed myself, I wanted her-I wanted her with all my soul. Suddenly I heard a voice. "That's right, old boy, have a good time." I looked up and there was Owen Griffiths. I tried to spring out of the chair, but that horrible woman wouldn't let me. "Don't you pay no attention to 'im," she said, '"e's only one of them nosy-parkers." "You go to it," he said. "I know Moll. She'll give you your money's worth all right." You know, I wasn't so much annoyed at his seeing me in that absurd situation as angry that he should address me as "old boy". I pushed the woman aside and stood up and faced him. "I don't know you and I don't want to know you," I said. "I know you all right," he said. "And my advice to you, Molly, is, see that you get your money, he'll bilk you if he can." There was a bottle of beer on the table close by. Without a word I seized it by the neck and hit him over the head with it as hard as I could. I made such a violent gesture that it woke me up.'

    'A dream of that sort is not incomprehensible,' said Dr Audlin. 'It is the revenge nature takes on persons of unimpeachable character.'

    'The story's idiotic. I haven't told it you for its own sake. I've told it you for what happened next day. I wanted to look up something in a hurry and I went into the library of the House. I got the book and began reading. I hadn't noticed when I sat down that Griffiths was sitting in a chair close by me. Another of the Labour Members came in and went up to him. "Hullo, Owen," he said to him, "you're looking pretty dicky today." "I've got an awful headache," he answered. "I feel as if I'd been cracked over the head with a bottle.'"

    Now Lord Mountdrago's face was grey with anguish.

    'I knew then that the idea I'd had and dismissed as preposterous was true. I knew that Griffiths was dreaming my dreams and that he remembered them as well as I did.'

    'It may also have been a coincidence.'

    'When he spoke he didn't speak to his friend, he deliberately spoke to me. He looked at me with sullen resentment.'

    'Can you offer any suggestion why this same man should come into your dreams?'

    'None.'

    Dr Audlin's eyes had not left his patient's face and he saw that he lied.
     

    https://talesofmytery.blogspot.com/2012/11/william-somerset-maugham-lord-mountdrago.html
    , @Rex Little
    @Anon


    There must a Dean Koontz novel about a guy whose nightmares alter reality.
     
    It isn't by Koontz, but there's a science fiction short story where a guy dreams that he killed someone, and the next day finds out that the person he dreamed about really was murdered in just the way he dreamed about doing it. This keeps happening, and he figures out that while he sleeps, his subconscious picks out a victim, takes over the mind of whoever is handy, and forces that person to kill the designated victim. His dreams are the actual murders as experienced by the killers whose minds he's taken over.

    I wish I could remember the title or author of the story, but it's been several months since I read it.
  44. @AndrewR
    @Hi There

    Pretty sure they haven't had a "right wing skit" since OWS. Definitely not since Blump came into politics.

    Replies: @Unladen Swallow

    What’s OWS? Saturday Night Live had that very funny Bill Clinton at McDonalds skit back in the early 1990’s, but that was a very long time ago.

    • Replies: @OFWHAP
    @Unladen Swallow

    To be fair SNL, Mad TV, and the late-night talk shows all had a lot of fun at Bill Clinton's and the Dems' expense in the 90s.

  45. @John Johnson
    No worries, it will be dropped in a few days just like the Christmas parade killer.

    Replies: @Mike_from_SGV, @Professional Slav

    4 people held hostage, and it’s an international news story. The BLM demographic kills dozens daily, and it rarely makes the news. The Wisconsin terror attack was allowed to be a fleeting news item but has now vanished.
    I hear the hostages are safe and the perp is dead. Good and good.

  46. Anon[136] • Disclaimer says:
    @Aeronerauk
    @Anon

    No, you didn't get the joke and clearly have some kind of developmental disorder.

    Replies: @Anon

    The individual you’re responding to clearly did “get the joke”, and it’s obvious that you yourself are butthurt that you didn’t comprehend the gist of his comment the first time you read it. He’s right. MacDonald’s jokes are fruitless and reek of controlled opposition, and I therefore fervently hate him and hope he gets cancelled.

    • Troll: Alrenous
    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Anon


    Mac[d]onald’s jokes are fruitless and reek of controlled opposition, and I therefore fervently hate him and hope he gets cancelled.
     
    You got your wish.

    2021 CELEBRITY CREMATIONS

    Replies: @Anon

    , @J.Ross
    @Anon

    >norm macdonald
    >controlled opposition
    Reminder that when other critics were calling Slick Willy fat or horny, Norm flat out said multiple times on international TV that "the president killed a guy."

    , @Alrenous
    @Anon

    Fishing expedition: successful. Got your [you]s.

    It's amazing how little effort it takes, isn't it?

    Boredom this severe is usually a symptom of depression. The most common modern cause of depression is over-eating. Try a 3-day fast, see what happens.

    Replies: @Anon

  47. @Anon
    @Jimbo

    I got the joke and it's fucking dumb. It hinges on the idea that Muslims are able to kill a significant share of the US population. They aren't and they haven't. That's it. The entire joke is based around a stupid false premise.

    Replies: @Aeronerauk, @Edmund

    No, the joke is that even if a Muslim was to kill 50 million Americans, liberals would focus on the intense anti-Muslim backlash that would follow, rather than the 50 million killed by the nuke.

    • Replies: @John Johnson
    @Edmund

    Liberalism truly is a sickness beyond belief.

    NYC would be the most likely target and liberals would still get on their knees to defend Islam.

    , @Anon
    @Edmund

    Yeah I get that and my point is that there's no way in hell Muslims could ever kill 50 million Americans (or even 10,000). The point is that the joke is based on a false premise.

    Replies: @Bill, @Cloudbuster, @Paul Mendez, @rebel yell, @Professional Slav

  48. Just some people doing something again.

  49. @Bardon Kaldlan
    If there is any hope,it lies with the Jews and Muslims.

    Replies: @Jew

    Are you impersonating Bardon Kaldian?

    What are the odds that such similarity is a mere coincidence?

  50. @Edmund
    @Anon

    No, the joke is that even if a Muslim was to kill 50 million Americans, liberals would focus on the intense anti-Muslim backlash that would follow, rather than the 50 million killed by the nuke.

    Replies: @John Johnson, @Anon

    Liberalism truly is a sickness beyond belief.

    NYC would be the most likely target and liberals would still get on their knees to defend Islam.

  51. @Jack D
    PS, all four Texas synagogue hostages are FREED and terrorist demanding release of 'Lady Al Qaeda' is shot - unclear if dead

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10406409/Officials-negotiating-man-reportedly-holding-people-hostage-Texas-synagogue.html

    All's well that ends well.

    Replies: @Jack D, @International Jew

    All’s well that ends well.

    Ali is not well.

  52. @Anon
    @Aeronerauk

    The individual you're responding to clearly did "get the joke", and it's obvious that you yourself are butthurt that you didn't comprehend the gist of his comment the first time you read it. He's right. MacDonald's jokes are fruitless and reek of controlled opposition, and I therefore fervently hate him and hope he gets cancelled.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @J.Ross, @Alrenous

    Mac[d]onald’s jokes are fruitless and reek of controlled opposition, and I therefore fervently hate him and hope he gets cancelled.

    You got your wish.

    2021 CELEBRITY CREMATIONS

    • Replies: @Anon
    @Reg Cæsar

    Interesting. For some reason there’s something about cremation that makes me uncomfortable. Probably for the same reason that the Catholic Church banned it, namely because it was promoted by Freemasons and others as a means of rejecting Christianity by rejecting Christian belief in the resurrection.

  53. @Coemgen
    There's currently some agita for Irish leftists/globalists. A young attractive Irish school teacher was beaten to death in the daytime in a public place.

    So far, it can't be ruled out that an immigrant killed her: Ashling Murphy.

    The leftists/globalists are praying they can lay the murder on a white man.

    Replies: @Alden, @Coemgen

    As soon as the black immigrant murderer of Ashling Murphy is arrested the media will begin pleading that there be no “ backlash” against blacks who murder Whites. As happened 2 days after Tessa Majors was murdered by 3 black 8th grade boys in New York City.

    I assume the White women hating woman less childless nerd creepy pervert MEN OF UNZ will soon jump in hating Ashling Murphy Ranting it’s all Murphy’s fault for jogging and that she was on her way to a black lover or to buy drugs from her murderer. Just as the despicable MEN OF UNZ did while hating and yanking on Tessa Majors. I was truly surprised none of you didn’t claim Ashli Babbit didn’t deserve death because she consorted with blacks. She was in the black and brown army.

    The Paul Kersey commenters are similar . Dancing and yanking with joy when a White woman is murdered,

    • Replies: @Professional Slav
    @Alden

    Oftentimes it's one of those "get what you deserve" situations. I recall some English lad got stabbed by a raging muslim terrorist and it turned out that he was doing his PhD in how systemically racist the British prison system is for arresting muslims and blacks at a disproportional rate. You have to admit there's certain schadenfreude looking at these Good Whites.

    Replies: @Brutusale

    , @silviosilver
    @Alden


    Dancing and yanking with joy when a White woman is murdered,
     
    You can't seriously be this stupid.

    People are relieved that at least the victim was an "anti-racist" libtard.

    It's still bad news that she was killed though, because she was targeted for being white, not for being a libtard.
    , @YetAnotherAnon
    @Alden

    "I assume the White women hating woman less childless nerd creepy pervert MEN OF UNZ will soon jump in hating Ashling Murphy Ranting it’s all Murphy’s fault for jogging"

    One of the strangest things (and worthy of academic study by some young politics student) is

    a) which female deaths or disappearances trigger marches/rallies etc - why Ashling Murphy and Sarah Everard but not Libby Squire or Christina Rowe? Libby Squire went missing for two weeks before her body was found.

    b) who are the organisers of the various vigils etc - what's the mechanisms / drivers which produce rallies not only in London, Edinburgh and Glasgow but in Brisbane, of all places?

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-60009376

    We know who's running the Irish ones

    https://www.nwci.ie/discover/about_us


    "NWC is funded by grants from Government, the largest coming from the Department of Children, Disability, Equality and Integration, as well as a range of state agencies, including HSE and Pobal...

    By ‘woman’ we refer to any person who identifies as a woman."
     

    There's another question, about how it's fine to have #MaleViolence as a hashtag but Twitter (and possibly the UK police) will look askance at #MuslimViolence. But we know "who, whom?" is the answer to that.
  54. @Jack D
    @J.Ross


    First, AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
     
    Pardon me, but FU. Think of the innocent hostages and the terror they must be feeling right now. Think of their anguished families. If this amuses you then you are a sick f(ck. Until the hostages are safe then there is nothing funny about this situation.

    Still, if you were being held hostage right now (this fellow's "sister" had no problem trying to shoot American soldiers regardless of their religion) I would have sympathy for you because you are a human being no matter how degraded you are.

    PS regardless of what the soldier did, she shot at and tried to kill American soldiers. Should we just have let her go?

    Replies: @74v56ruthiyj, @J.Ross, @PhysicistDave, @El Dato, @Mike Tre

    JackD wrote:

    Pardon me, but FU. Think of the innocent hostages and the terror they must be feeling right now. Think of their anguished families. If this amuses you then you are a sick f(ck. Until the hostages are safe then there is nothing funny about this situation.

    Yeah, but the US did bring this on ourselves by getting involved in sh**hole countries in Southwest Asia, bringing Afghans to the US, etc.

    Jack D also wrote:

    this fellow’s “sister” had no problem trying to shoot American soldiers regardless of their religion

    It was a war, and she was attacking uniformed combatants who had invaded another country: at most, she would seem to be a POW.

    On the face of it, she is less guilty of anything than Biden et al. are for killing ten innocents in the drone strike during the Afghan evacuation.

    The Pakistanis seem to want her back: let them have her.

    • Agree: Bardon Kaldian
  55. @74v56ruthiyj
    @Jack D

    So what if she tried to kill American soldiers? I have met a few Germans who once tried, and some succeeded, in killing Americans. This woman is an enemy combatant. The war is over. Let her go back to her part of the world.

    Replies: @Jack D, @International Jew

    Exactly right. She’s a POW. If she took out US citizenship at some point, let’s just retract that. But then put her on board a flight to Pakistan.

    JackD’s point about her not wearing a uniform is fine and good but the entire enemy army we fought there was out of uniform. Or you could say that sandals and Sindbad pants were their uniform (and who are we to dictate couture to the enemy).

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @International Jew

    The motivation behind the Geneva Conventions was reciprocity between European powers, not humanitarianism. You treat the enemy military prisoners well and in exchange the enemy military will treat your prisoners well. If you are fighting an enemy who does not also abide by the Conventions (as Al Qaeda most assuredly does not) then it is pointless to abide by the Conventions in a one sided way.

    Look I understand the motivation of people here who think that we should just wash our hands of the whole Afghanistan mess but Siddiqui is not Afghan. She is Al Qaeda. She ended up in Afghanistan because the Pakistanis were looking for her. She got arrested by the Afghan police because she didn't speak any of the local languages and couldn't give a good explanation as to why she was in Afghanistan.

    You may not be interested in Al Qaeda but Al Qaeda is interested in you. Letting the Al Qaeda "POWs" out is not a good idea - they will go right back to planning the destruction of the Kufrs. It would have been better if we had just executed her on the battlefield as a saboteur (carrying 2 lbs. of cyanide was plenty of evidence) but letting her go is not an option. Of all the trillions of $ that the US wastes on useless shit, keeping her in prison for the rest of her life is not a bad use of it. Maybe when she is 85 or 90 and no longer a danger we can send her home to her tribe.

    Replies: @El Dato, @rebel yell, @bombthe3gorgesdam

    , @Bill Jones
    @International Jew

    The attempt to wrap the US war crime in a veil of legitimacy is pathetic but not surprising.

  56. One of the amazing things to come out of this incident is that American Jews have a nationwide Secure Community Network:

    “The official safety and security organization of the Jewish community in North America, founded under the auspices of The Jewish Federations of North America and the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations.”

    I am not criticizing American Jews: indeed, if American Blacks had this level of organization, there would not be an issue of Black-on-Black crime.

    • Replies: @houston 1992
    @PhysicistDave

    Yet, if vulnerable Whites e.g. say in a Milwaukee suburb, or somewhere say Black Panthers had marched during a trial, or the sentencing hearing, attempted to form such a group, then they would face penalties from the Establishment. I doubt if that Secure Community Network would lend support to Whites.
    How much of the Jewish SCN is funded by federal grants?

    , @Jew
    @PhysicistDave

    Grandiose statements from various entities notwithstanding, American Jews (or Jewish Americans) are far from monolithic. We can't even agree on how to define a Jew.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Colin Wright

    , @J.Ross
    @PhysicistDave

    Well, you can do a lot with the 90% of the government money to make your synagogue more secure, especially when attacks on synagogues increase with the funding like college tuition going up as the government guarantees part of it, and especially when the bill enabling the funding is about to expire.

  57. @PhysicistDave
    One of the amazing things to come out of this incident is that American Jews have a nationwide Secure Community Network:

    "The official safety and security organization of the Jewish community in North America, founded under the auspices of The Jewish Federations of North America and the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations."

     

    I am not criticizing American Jews: indeed, if American Blacks had this level of organization, there would not be an issue of Black-on-Black crime.

    Replies: @houston 1992, @Jew, @J.Ross

    Yet, if vulnerable Whites e.g. say in a Milwaukee suburb, or somewhere say Black Panthers had marched during a trial, or the sentencing hearing, attempted to form such a group, then they would face penalties from the Establishment. I doubt if that Secure Community Network would lend support to Whites.
    How much of the Jewish SCN is funded by federal grants?

    • Agree: Gordo
  58. @PhysicistDave
    One of the amazing things to come out of this incident is that American Jews have a nationwide Secure Community Network:

    "The official safety and security organization of the Jewish community in North America, founded under the auspices of The Jewish Federations of North America and the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations."

     

    I am not criticizing American Jews: indeed, if American Blacks had this level of organization, there would not be an issue of Black-on-Black crime.

    Replies: @houston 1992, @Jew, @J.Ross

    Grandiose statements from various entities notwithstanding, American Jews (or Jewish Americans) are far from monolithic. We can’t even agree on how to define a Jew.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @Jew

    Are you willing to bet that the Jews of Beth Israel of Colleyville as a congregation opposed letting in "refugees"?

    Replies: @Nachum

    , @Colin Wright
    @Jew

    'Grandiose statements from various entities notwithstanding, American Jews (or Jewish Americans) are far from monolithic. We can’t even agree on how to define a Jew.'

    You're monolithic enough. No fear.

    I swear. Three times out of four (at least) when I see some obnoxiously Leftist headline at Real Clear Politics, I go to check on the author...and bingo. Either a Jew or one of their Mulatto pets.

    It gets tedious. And you all are only two percent of the population.

    Replies: @Jew

  59. @Anon
    @Aeronerauk

    The individual you're responding to clearly did "get the joke", and it's obvious that you yourself are butthurt that you didn't comprehend the gist of his comment the first time you read it. He's right. MacDonald's jokes are fruitless and reek of controlled opposition, and I therefore fervently hate him and hope he gets cancelled.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @J.Ross, @Alrenous

    >norm macdonald
    >controlled opposition
    Reminder that when other critics were calling Slick Willy fat or horny, Norm flat out said multiple times on international TV that “the president killed a guy.”

  60. @Jew
    @PhysicistDave

    Grandiose statements from various entities notwithstanding, American Jews (or Jewish Americans) are far from monolithic. We can't even agree on how to define a Jew.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Colin Wright

    Are you willing to bet that the Jews of Beth Israel of Colleyville as a congregation opposed letting in “refugees”?

    • Replies: @Nachum
    @J.Ross

    A former congregant has posted that a lot of the members have quit recently over the aggressively left wing and anti-Israel stances of the rabbi, who he claims was on his way out. They weren't allowed to bring weapons to synagogue, apparently. (And this is Texas.)

    Replies: @Harry Baldwin, @J.Ross, @Paperback Writer

  61. @PhysicistDave
    One of the amazing things to come out of this incident is that American Jews have a nationwide Secure Community Network:

    "The official safety and security organization of the Jewish community in North America, founded under the auspices of The Jewish Federations of North America and the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations."

     

    I am not criticizing American Jews: indeed, if American Blacks had this level of organization, there would not be an issue of Black-on-Black crime.

    Replies: @houston 1992, @Jew, @J.Ross

    Well, you can do a lot with the 90% of the government money to make your synagogue more secure, especially when attacks on synagogues increase with the funding like college tuition going up as the government guarantees part of it, and especially when the bill enabling the funding is about to expire.

  62. And meanwhile the New York Times reports that a 40-year-old woman died after being pushed in front of a subway train. “The victim of the crime, Michelle Alyssa Go, was Asian, touching another hot button — hate crimes against Asian New Yorkers have risen sharply during the pandemic — but the police said there was no indication that she had been targeted because of her ethnicity.” The Times says that the killer was “identified as Simon Martial, 61,” and that he had “mental health problems”. The Times somehow forgot to tell us that Mr. Martial was Black, as they spell it.

  63. @Jack D
    @J.Ross


    First, AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
     
    Pardon me, but FU. Think of the innocent hostages and the terror they must be feeling right now. Think of their anguished families. If this amuses you then you are a sick f(ck. Until the hostages are safe then there is nothing funny about this situation.

    Still, if you were being held hostage right now (this fellow's "sister" had no problem trying to shoot American soldiers regardless of their religion) I would have sympathy for you because you are a human being no matter how degraded you are.

    PS regardless of what the soldier did, she shot at and tried to kill American soldiers. Should we just have let her go?

    Replies: @74v56ruthiyj, @J.Ross, @PhysicistDave, @El Dato, @Mike Tre

    Until the hostages are safe then there is nothing funny about this situation.

    Your over-the-top virtue signaling and concern for random hostages is duly noted.

    I am quite amused indeed. You wouldn’t even give a millisecond thought about the same people being incinerated if it happened via official JDAM delivery.

    Or maybe you are really protesting at Foggy Bottom every single day concerning the liberation of whole parts of Syria that the US currently holds hostage? Could be.

    she shot at and tried to kill American soldiers

    Fuck that’s so EVIL. The lil angels.

    Political decisions and job descriptions: matter.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @El Dato

    I really don't understand folks around here. OTOH, you are super patriots but OTOH you are these global citizens who don't care if the folks being killed are American or not.

    Replies: @AndrewR, @Paperback Writer, @Brutusale

  64. @Edmund
    @Anon

    No, the joke is that even if a Muslim was to kill 50 million Americans, liberals would focus on the intense anti-Muslim backlash that would follow, rather than the 50 million killed by the nuke.

    Replies: @John Johnson, @Anon

    Yeah I get that and my point is that there’s no way in hell Muslims could ever kill 50 million Americans (or even 10,000). The point is that the joke is based on a false premise.

    • Replies: @Bill
    @Anon

    Stop digging.

    , @Cloudbuster
    @Anon

    You are clearly new to Earth humor.

    , @Paul Mendez
    @Anon


    The point is that the joke is based on a false premise.
     
    So I guess you hate jokes about leprechauns who walk into bars, or genies who pop out of lamps, or talking dogs who lie, or…
    , @rebel yell
    @Anon


    The point is that the joke is based on a false premise.
     
    The joke is based on an exaggeration, which is what makes jokes funny. Jokes are supposed to be funny. Funny people who tell jokes are called comedians.
    Explaining this to you is somehow entertaining, which is why there are so many responses to your original comment.

    Replies: @Anon

    , @Professional Slav
    @Anon

    Are you on the spectrum?

  65. @John Johnson
    @Hi There

    SNL is awful. Have you actually tried watching an entire episode lately?

    Yes they have a few good sketches that can be found on youtube which doesn't require subjecting yourself to a full episode. The same is true for most sketch shows.

    Overall the angle is liberal which wouldn't be so bad if was actually funny.

    Replies: @Wilkey

    SNL is awful. Have you actually tried watching an entire episode lately?

    The bad sketches are awful, and the best sketches aren’t even half as good as the great sketches of years past. Wokeness has completely taken over the show, and it’s truly dying at this point.

    And it isn’t just an age thing. I may be in my mid-40s, but there’s comedy out there that gets me laughing as hard as I laughed in my teens, but none of it is on SNL. Just watch, say, some of the great Will Ferrell or Mike ambers sketches and ask yourself if anything SNL has done in the last ten years compares.

    There will always be a place for great sketch comedy, but the whole point of comedy is mocking the people who deserve to be mocked. If you aren’t willing to mock people because you support their insane politics then you are worthless as a comedian. I mean, one of the main performers on SNL is a guy who literally changed his surname to honor Che Guevara.

  66. @Reg Cæsar
    @Anon


    Mac[d]onald’s jokes are fruitless and reek of controlled opposition, and I therefore fervently hate him and hope he gets cancelled.
     
    You got your wish.

    2021 CELEBRITY CREMATIONS

    Replies: @Anon

    Interesting. For some reason there’s something about cremation that makes me uncomfortable. Probably for the same reason that the Catholic Church banned it, namely because it was promoted by Freemasons and others as a means of rejecting Christianity by rejecting Christian belief in the resurrection.

    • Agree: Ron Mexico
  67. @George
    @The Anti-Gnostic

    Why is the US still holding Afghan prisoners of war?

    Replies: @The Anti-Gnostic

    Beats me. Historically you didn’t arrest hostile combatants, you killed them or they killed you. At the end of the war, POWs were repatriated. But now our fabulous Democratic Rainbow Warrior Military arrests you and turns you over to DOJ for prosecution for some extruded federal crime.

    The US military is no longer a military; it’s this amped-up global police force enforcing universal US jurisdiction over freedom.

    • Agree: Paul Mendez
  68. Don’t hate, separate.

  69. @Anon
    Imagine actually believing there are 50 million Americans in close enough proximity to kill with a nuclear weapon.

    Even the most densely populated metro area in America, the New York Metro Area, which includes large swathes of New Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania, has only 20 million people in it.

    Not even the legendary Tsar Bomba nuke could kill them all.

    This is why everyone with a liberal arts degree should be forbidden from public communication.

    Replies: @Jimbo, @Wj, @Cindy, @Ian Smith, @Alec Leamas (working from home), @al gore rhythms, @Dave from Oz, @At78

    I guess humor is a foreign concept to you.

  70. @Colin Wright
    @Ron Mexico

    'Just read that Michigan is getting 1600 Afghanis next month. Oh, great.'

    We'll swap you our Haitians.

    Replies: @Ron Mexico

    We have those (Haitians) too, all being employed by our pork plant, along with our Yemenis (not by pork plant, most are welfare since their factory employers closed shop) who came back in the 80s-90s. Just another day in SW Michigan paradise!

  71. @Reg Cæsar
    @Ron Mexico


    Just read that Michigan is getting 1600 Afghanis next month. Oh, great.

     

    ؋1600 is just over fifteen bucks. In Michigan, that might get you a six-pack of Vernor's at Meijer Thrifty Acres. (But not Kmart, RIP. Oh, and RIP Lena Meijer, 1919-2022.)


    Vernor's is non-alcoholic, so Afghans can imbibe.



    https://web.archive.org/web/20070322185657/http://www.banknoteworld.com/banknotes/Afghanistan/AfghanistanPNew-1000Afghanis-SH1381(2002)-donatedsrb_f.jpg


    https://web.archive.org/web/20070926073630/http://www.banknoteworld.com/banknotes/Afghanistan/AfghanistanPNew-500Afghanis-SH1381-2002-donatedsrb_f.jpg

    https://web.archive.org/web/20060726133533/http://www.banknoteworld.com/banknotes/Afghanistan/AfghanistanPNew-100Afghanis-SH1381(2002)-donatedsrb_b.jpg

    Replies: @Ron Mexico

    Reg, Meijer doesn’t sell Vernors in 6 packs anymore, at least in our local. Only 2 L and 20 Oz. Our Arabs shop at Wal-Mart, along with the Haitians, Guatemalans, and Amish. It is quite the experience on Sundays. The Amish do buy Vernors, the Arabs prefer Mountain Dew. Wal-Mart’s check cashing service desk seems to be busy everytime I frequent.

  72. @Coemgen
    There's currently some agita for Irish leftists/globalists. A young attractive Irish school teacher was beaten to death in the daytime in a public place.

    So far, it can't be ruled out that an immigrant killed her: Ashling Murphy.

    The leftists/globalists are praying they can lay the murder on a white man.

    Replies: @Alden, @Coemgen

    After several paragraphs decrying “misogyny” and “gender-based violence,” the Belfast Telegraph finally spills-the-beans: “… the suspect, who is originally from eastern Europe …”

    https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/republic-of-ireland/gardai-closing-in-on-ashling-murphys-killer-with-a-new-chief-suspect-41244853.html

    • Replies: @Curle
    @Coemgen

    “ Ms McEntee tells of her own experiences and asks why violence against women has been tolerated for so long.”

    I assume we aren’t talking about murder anymore?

    , @Coemgen
    @Coemgen

    Suspect in the beating and strangulation murder of Ashling Murphy has been charged.

    Suspect is Jozef Puska, a Slovakian national living in Ireland. Suspect needed a Slovakian translator to understand the charge(s). Suspect receives a €200 per week disability benefit.

    https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/courts/jozef-puska-31-replied-no-when-charged-with-the-murder-of-ashling-murphy-court-told-41258342.html

    You didn't hear it from me but some shady websites have named the suspect a gypsy.

    Brings back memories of another sensational strangulation of a young Irish woman ten years ago: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Murder_of_Nicola_Furlong

  73. @Anon
    Imagine actually believing there are 50 million Americans in close enough proximity to kill with a nuclear weapon.

    Even the most densely populated metro area in America, the New York Metro Area, which includes large swathes of New Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania, has only 20 million people in it.

    Not even the legendary Tsar Bomba nuke could kill them all.

    This is why everyone with a liberal arts degree should be forbidden from public communication.

    Replies: @Jimbo, @Wj, @Cindy, @Ian Smith, @Alec Leamas (working from home), @al gore rhythms, @Dave from Oz, @At78

    Sperg alert…sperg alert…

  74. @Anon
    @J.Ross


    OT What did Tonga do to anger Putin?
     
    https://twitter.com/yumewo3/status/1482384145225744391?s=20

    Steve Sailer says:
    January 12, 2022 at 8:27 am GMT

    Yeah, but tidal waves are scary. So of my most memorable nightmares have been about tidal waves.
     
    There must a Dean Koontz novel about a guy whose nightmares alter reality.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @YetAnotherAnon, @Rex Little

    What is Status Six?

  75. “Frontlash” is thoroughly Western-style political pabulum, so I guess the Muslims are assimilating after all. They’ve become just another late imperial pressure group. Islam itself has really very little to do with it.

    • Replies: @AndrewR
    @Intelligent Dasein

    Citation needed. I imagine this phenomenon would manifest itself in any society with any sort of groups who might be blamed collectively for the actions of one or twelve members.

  76. @J.Ross
    First, AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA. Don't talk to me about decency or hoping for safety. There's plenty of ways to try to ensure the safety of Americans, including the ones in that synagogue, and our leadership (to the cheering of certain communities) has angrily and aggressively abandoned all of them, like they abandoned blackhawk helicopters in Kabul. Once you have no-questions-asked open borders with free trips into the hinterland (during a "pandemic"!), you have already done all that is necessary to enable the murder of every Jew in America.
    Second, it's still going on, what the hell.
    Third, it is very possible that the woman whose imprisonment inspired this terrorism is innocent. The original case against her was an Arbusto terror prosecution, so just made-up crap from sloppy liars who lost every case that made it before a real judge. The thing that really nailed her (which notably is not the made-up crap but a subsequent event) was an incompetant soldier who allowed her to hold his m4 and shoot people in an escape attempt.
    I'd be pretty angry at the United States from any starting point if I was her brother.

    Replies: @PhysicistDave, @Jack D, @Johann Ricke, @AnotherDad, @San Fernando Curt

    Simple kumbaya solution. Jewish hostages set free. The terrorist brother and sister are sent back to whatever Muslim nation they are from. And we get a closed border so we are not importing ethnic grievance.

    Why do I think the Jews and Muslims unite only in their hate for my solution?

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @AnotherDad

    I liked the part where the hostages are set free, so you are half right.

    The guy in Texas yesterday was not Siddiqui's actual brother. He was her "brother" in the Islamic sense. He is not from a Muslim nation unless you consider the UK to be a Muslim nation (they are working on it). We are going to send him back there like you ask, but it will be in a box. You can't hold American citizens hostage and expect to immediately get sent home alive, even if the people you hold hostage are Jews.

    Sister Siddiqui should have been executed on the battlefield as a saboteur. But that's not how America rolls anymore, so keeping her in prison for the Federal crimes for which she was tried and convicted is not a bad alternative.

    I suppose we could close the border to UK tourists if it pleases you but there are a lot of tourist oriented businesses that would not be happy.

    Replies: @Wokechoke, @AndrewR

  77. @International Jew
    @74v56ruthiyj

    Exactly right. She's a POW. If she took out US citizenship at some point, let's just retract that. But then put her on board a flight to Pakistan.

    JackD's point about her not wearing a uniform is fine and good but the entire enemy army we fought there was out of uniform. Or you could say that sandals and Sindbad pants were their uniform (and who are we to dictate couture to the enemy).

    Replies: @Jack D, @Bill Jones

    The motivation behind the Geneva Conventions was reciprocity between European powers, not humanitarianism. You treat the enemy military prisoners well and in exchange the enemy military will treat your prisoners well. If you are fighting an enemy who does not also abide by the Conventions (as Al Qaeda most assuredly does not) then it is pointless to abide by the Conventions in a one sided way.

    Look I understand the motivation of people here who think that we should just wash our hands of the whole Afghanistan mess but Siddiqui is not Afghan. She is Al Qaeda. She ended up in Afghanistan because the Pakistanis were looking for her. She got arrested by the Afghan police because she didn’t speak any of the local languages and couldn’t give a good explanation as to why she was in Afghanistan.

    You may not be interested in Al Qaeda but Al Qaeda is interested in you. Letting the Al Qaeda “POWs” out is not a good idea – they will go right back to planning the destruction of the Kufrs. It would have been better if we had just executed her on the battlefield as a saboteur (carrying 2 lbs. of cyanide was plenty of evidence) but letting her go is not an option. Of all the trillions of \$ that the US wastes on useless shit, keeping her in prison for the rest of her life is not a bad use of it. Maybe when she is 85 or 90 and no longer a danger we can send her home to her tribe.

    • Replies: @El Dato
    @Jack D


    The motivation behind the Geneva Conventions was reciprocity between European powers, not humanitarianism. You treat the enemy military prisoners well and in exchange the enemy military will treat your prisoners well. If you are fighting an enemy who does not also abide by the Conventions (as Al Qaeda most assuredly does not) then it is pointless to abide by the Conventions in a one sided way.
     
    That's not how it is done.

    Depravity in one paragraph: "I can decide which moral principles are appropriate for me depending on whatever is convenient at the moment."

    It may be expedient but it's not good for you.

    Also


    as Al Qaeda most assuredly does not
     
    Do not throw with stones when you are in glasshouses.

    Replies: @Jack D

    , @rebel yell
    @Jack D


    You may not be interested in Al Qaeda but Al Qaeda is interested in you.
     
    Gee, I wonder how that happened? How did Al Qaeda get started - does anyone remember? And ISIS - how did they get started - anyone remember that? Did we do something to get Muslim terrorists so interested in us? And how did so many of them get permission to move here?

    We can have a foreign empire, or we can have a free, secure country, but we can't have both. Get the US military out of Europe and the Middle East. Defend our own borders. Mind our own political and military business in our own part of the world.

    Who's next? Right now I am not interested in the Uyghurs, and the Uyghurs are not interested in me. I would like to keep it that way. But if we keep planting our flag in every Eurasian country, in another generation Uyghur refugees will be killing Outer Mongolian refugees in Dodge City, Kansas.
    , @bombthe3gorgesdam
    @Jack D

    Why not send them to Xinxiang province where they can aid their beleaguered brothers and sisters the Uyghurs in their struggle for freedom against our mutual enemies, the chinese? It's time to get back to proven-effective cold war realpolitik tactics.

  78. @AnotherDad
    @J.Ross

    Simple kumbaya solution. Jewish hostages set free. The terrorist brother and sister are sent back to whatever Muslim nation they are from. And we get a closed border so we are not importing ethnic grievance.

    Why do I think the Jews and Muslims unite only in their hate for my solution?

    Replies: @Jack D

    I liked the part where the hostages are set free, so you are half right.

    The guy in Texas yesterday was not Siddiqui’s actual brother. He was her “brother” in the Islamic sense. He is not from a Muslim nation unless you consider the UK to be a Muslim nation (they are working on it). We are going to send him back there like you ask, but it will be in a box. You can’t hold American citizens hostage and expect to immediately get sent home alive, even if the people you hold hostage are Jews.

    Sister Siddiqui should have been executed on the battlefield as a saboteur. But that’s not how America rolls anymore, so keeping her in prison for the Federal crimes for which she was tried and convicted is not a bad alternative.

    I suppose we could close the border to UK tourists if it pleases you but there are a lot of tourist oriented businesses that would not be happy.

    • Replies: @Wokechoke
    @Jack D

    I’d hazard a guess he has immediate family in Pakistan or Bangladesh or North Africa. He might be a passport carrying national but he’s highly unlikely to be an ethnic Scot, English, Welsh or a Irish person. But you’d know that already if his name were released. Funny how that works. The image of PeterOToole or Richard Burton or Collin Farrell or Hugh Grant I’m sure he is.

    Replies: @YetAnotherAnon, @Jack D, @Inquiring Mind

    , @AndrewR
    @Jack D

    The fact that you wrote "even" instead of "especially" tells us all we need to know about you. Not that we didn't know before.

  79. At least the NY Post doesn’t play racial matters too subtly

    https://nypost.com/cover/january-16-2022/

    When a radio traffic report blandly noted that someone had been hit by a train, I told the wife “Probably got shoved.” And sure enough. But NYC is back, baby — the restaurants are packed!

  80. @Jack D
    @International Jew

    The motivation behind the Geneva Conventions was reciprocity between European powers, not humanitarianism. You treat the enemy military prisoners well and in exchange the enemy military will treat your prisoners well. If you are fighting an enemy who does not also abide by the Conventions (as Al Qaeda most assuredly does not) then it is pointless to abide by the Conventions in a one sided way.

    Look I understand the motivation of people here who think that we should just wash our hands of the whole Afghanistan mess but Siddiqui is not Afghan. She is Al Qaeda. She ended up in Afghanistan because the Pakistanis were looking for her. She got arrested by the Afghan police because she didn't speak any of the local languages and couldn't give a good explanation as to why she was in Afghanistan.

    You may not be interested in Al Qaeda but Al Qaeda is interested in you. Letting the Al Qaeda "POWs" out is not a good idea - they will go right back to planning the destruction of the Kufrs. It would have been better if we had just executed her on the battlefield as a saboteur (carrying 2 lbs. of cyanide was plenty of evidence) but letting her go is not an option. Of all the trillions of $ that the US wastes on useless shit, keeping her in prison for the rest of her life is not a bad use of it. Maybe when she is 85 or 90 and no longer a danger we can send her home to her tribe.

    Replies: @El Dato, @rebel yell, @bombthe3gorgesdam

    The motivation behind the Geneva Conventions was reciprocity between European powers, not humanitarianism. You treat the enemy military prisoners well and in exchange the enemy military will treat your prisoners well. If you are fighting an enemy who does not also abide by the Conventions (as Al Qaeda most assuredly does not) then it is pointless to abide by the Conventions in a one sided way.

    That’s not how it is done.

    Depravity in one paragraph: “I can decide which moral principles are appropriate for me depending on whatever is convenient at the moment.”

    It may be expedient but it’s not good for you.

    Also

    as Al Qaeda most assuredly does not

    Do not throw with stones when you are in glasshouses.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @El Dato

    I explained already that the Geneva Conventions are not based on moral principles. War is an inherently immoral activity to begin with - in a war you try to kill people which violates the most basic commandment. There is nothing wrong with basing the Conventions on self-interest - self-interest is much more reliable than an appeal to morality.

  81. @International Jew
    @74v56ruthiyj

    Exactly right. She's a POW. If she took out US citizenship at some point, let's just retract that. But then put her on board a flight to Pakistan.

    JackD's point about her not wearing a uniform is fine and good but the entire enemy army we fought there was out of uniform. Or you could say that sandals and Sindbad pants were their uniform (and who are we to dictate couture to the enemy).

    Replies: @Jack D, @Bill Jones

    The attempt to wrap the US war crime in a veil of legitimacy is pathetic but not surprising.

  82. @Hi There
    Steve Sailer bashes SNL, but he still loves comics like Norm MacDonald who made their career in SNL, and he loves and links many of the right-wing SNL skits in more recent years.

    I remember Sailer linking the Asian American Doll skit, the Schoolhouse Rock Bill parody mocking Obama, and the Black History Month skit mocking the left's drill and kill tactics on slavery. Those were all amazingly funny and very right wing. I'd also recommend the ATM skit, which is another funny right wing sketch.

    Replies: @John Johnson, @J.Ross, @AndrewR, @Sam Patch, @Muggles

    The sketch with Alec Baldwin as an ad exec for Cheetos pandering to the transbully agenda was pretty great.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Sam Patch


    The sketch with Alec Baldwin as an ad exec for Cheetos pandering to the transbully agenda was pretty great.
     
    I'm guessing firearms weren't involved.
  83. @Anon
    Imagine actually believing there are 50 million Americans in close enough proximity to kill with a nuclear weapon.

    Even the most densely populated metro area in America, the New York Metro Area, which includes large swathes of New Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania, has only 20 million people in it.

    Not even the legendary Tsar Bomba nuke could kill them all.

    This is why everyone with a liberal arts degree should be forbidden from public communication.

    Replies: @Jimbo, @Wj, @Cindy, @Ian Smith, @Alec Leamas (working from home), @al gore rhythms, @Dave from Oz, @At78

    Imagine actually believing there are 50 million Americans in close enough proximity to kill with a nuclear weapon.

    Even the most densely populated metro area in America, the New York Metro Area, which includes large swathes of New Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania, has only 20 million people in it.

    Not even the legendary Tsar Bomba nuke could kill them all.

    This is why everyone with a liberal arts degree should be forbidden from public communication.

    When you reduce the deaths from 50 million to 20 million it really does take the point out of the joke.

    • LOL: Paul Mendez
  84. @Jack D
    @AnotherDad

    I liked the part where the hostages are set free, so you are half right.

    The guy in Texas yesterday was not Siddiqui's actual brother. He was her "brother" in the Islamic sense. He is not from a Muslim nation unless you consider the UK to be a Muslim nation (they are working on it). We are going to send him back there like you ask, but it will be in a box. You can't hold American citizens hostage and expect to immediately get sent home alive, even if the people you hold hostage are Jews.

    Sister Siddiqui should have been executed on the battlefield as a saboteur. But that's not how America rolls anymore, so keeping her in prison for the Federal crimes for which she was tried and convicted is not a bad alternative.

    I suppose we could close the border to UK tourists if it pleases you but there are a lot of tourist oriented businesses that would not be happy.

    Replies: @Wokechoke, @AndrewR

    I’d hazard a guess he has immediate family in Pakistan or Bangladesh or North Africa. He might be a passport carrying national but he’s highly unlikely to be an ethnic Scot, English, Welsh or a Irish person. But you’d know that already if his name were released. Funny how that works. The image of PeterOToole or Richard Burton or Collin Farrell or Hugh Grant I’m sure he is.

    • Replies: @YetAnotherAnon
    @Wokechoke

    https://www.lancashiretelegraph.co.uk/news/19851725.updates-fbi-name-texas-hostage-taker-blackburn-man-malik-faisal-akram/

    The man has been identified by the FBI as 44-year-old Malik Faisal Akram. It is believed that Akram attended Cedar Street Primary and then went on to Pleckgate High School. He grew up in the Bastwell area of Blackburn, Lancashire.

    A statement attributed to his brother Gulbar read: “It is with great great sadness I will confirm my brother Faisal passed away in Texas, USA this morning. We are absolutely devastated as a family. We can’t say much now as their is an ongoing FBI investigation. We would like to say that we as a family do not condone any of his actions and would like to sincerely apologise wholeheartedly to all the victims involved in the unfortunate incident. Sitting in the incident room all last night at Greenbank until the early hours liaising with Faisal, the negotiators, FBI. And although my brother was suffering from mental health issues we were confident that he would not harm the hostages."
     

    (so rugella is like the Hindu prasada? Food which has been blessed/offered to then be shared?)

    If you look btw at the "most shared" and "most commented" stories, you'll see that comments are not allowed on anything but soccer.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    , @Jack D
    @Wokechoke

    The man has been identified as 44-year-old Briton Malik Faisal Akram.


    https://news.sky.com/story/texas-synagogue-siege-british-hostage-taker-named-as-malik-faisal-akram-12517905

    Scroll down for picture.


    Yup, he's British, alright.

    The family says that he is mentally ill but it's funny that non-Muslim mentally ill people don't usually raid synagogues. It seems like the mental illness goes in a certain direction.

    Replies: @Colin Wright

    , @Inquiring Mind
    @Wokechoke

    I had more of a mental picture of Alec Guiness playing opposite of Peter O'Toole.

    You know, being named Faisal.

  85. @Anon
    @Aeronerauk

    The individual you're responding to clearly did "get the joke", and it's obvious that you yourself are butthurt that you didn't comprehend the gist of his comment the first time you read it. He's right. MacDonald's jokes are fruitless and reek of controlled opposition, and I therefore fervently hate him and hope he gets cancelled.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @J.Ross, @Alrenous

    Fishing expedition: successful. Got your [you]s.

    It’s amazing how little effort it takes, isn’t it?

    Boredom this severe is usually a symptom of depression. The most common modern cause of depression is over-eating. Try a 3-day fast, see what happens.

    • Agree: Bill
    • Replies: @Anon
    @Alrenous


    Fishing expedition: successful. Got your [you]s.

    It’s amazing how little effort it takes, isn’t it?

    Boredom this severe is usually a symptom of depression. The most common modern cause of depression is over-eating. Try a 3-day fast, see what happens.

     

    Paranoid schizophrenic = triggered.
  86. The fact that this guy is British should be big news, and it is on Cuck Island, but it seems to be getting less attention over here. And of course the British foreign secretary, Liz Truss, says she stands with the Jewish community but has no apologies for the first responders or the American people as a whole. They can go pound sand.

    Like Richard Reid, the Brits sicced this guy on America but are too cowardly to own up to their own culpability. But wow will they go on and on about how 40 years ago some Irish-Americans (actually, they were Irish immigrants) raised money for Noraid.

    • Troll: YetAnotherAnon
  87. @Altai
    I'm really getting sick of smug blue ticks writing "dont' fall for it" when what they actually mean is "please feel about this thing we both agree on the objective reality of in the way I want, not the way you want".

    As I've posted in the past this is another example of the standard assumption that has been beaten into Westerners how white people only have collective guilt and responsibility and no collective pride or interests. Conversely non-whites only have collective pride and interests and no collective guilt or responsibility. That's what a 'frontlash' actually is, the asserting of this operating assumption.

    Such things get complicated when it deals with actions between non-whites like this synagogue attack. Particularly when in the US, people have been groomed to feel anti-semitism is a special kind of ethnic animosity that is more unjustified and evil than any other.

    Needless to say despite the obvious higher rates of ethnic animosity among Muslims across the world and the US towards Jews than white Americans, Mr. Ali would be saying something very different if the attacker was white.

    Aaaand, oh look.

    https://twitter.com/WajahatAli/status/1106392980942962691

    https://twitter.com/WajahatAli/status/1122285168373452806

    https://twitter.com/WajahatAli/status/1106410692717019136

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Bill

    The Soros caravan conspiracy theory? OK, who was funding and organizing those caravans?

  88. @Anon
    @Edmund

    Yeah I get that and my point is that there's no way in hell Muslims could ever kill 50 million Americans (or even 10,000). The point is that the joke is based on a false premise.

    Replies: @Bill, @Cloudbuster, @Paul Mendez, @rebel yell, @Professional Slav

    Stop digging.

  89. @Anon
    @Edmund

    Yeah I get that and my point is that there's no way in hell Muslims could ever kill 50 million Americans (or even 10,000). The point is that the joke is based on a false premise.

    Replies: @Bill, @Cloudbuster, @Paul Mendez, @rebel yell, @Professional Slav

    You are clearly new to Earth humor.

  90. @Jack D
    @International Jew

    The motivation behind the Geneva Conventions was reciprocity between European powers, not humanitarianism. You treat the enemy military prisoners well and in exchange the enemy military will treat your prisoners well. If you are fighting an enemy who does not also abide by the Conventions (as Al Qaeda most assuredly does not) then it is pointless to abide by the Conventions in a one sided way.

    Look I understand the motivation of people here who think that we should just wash our hands of the whole Afghanistan mess but Siddiqui is not Afghan. She is Al Qaeda. She ended up in Afghanistan because the Pakistanis were looking for her. She got arrested by the Afghan police because she didn't speak any of the local languages and couldn't give a good explanation as to why she was in Afghanistan.

    You may not be interested in Al Qaeda but Al Qaeda is interested in you. Letting the Al Qaeda "POWs" out is not a good idea - they will go right back to planning the destruction of the Kufrs. It would have been better if we had just executed her on the battlefield as a saboteur (carrying 2 lbs. of cyanide was plenty of evidence) but letting her go is not an option. Of all the trillions of $ that the US wastes on useless shit, keeping her in prison for the rest of her life is not a bad use of it. Maybe when she is 85 or 90 and no longer a danger we can send her home to her tribe.

    Replies: @El Dato, @rebel yell, @bombthe3gorgesdam

    You may not be interested in Al Qaeda but Al Qaeda is interested in you.

    Gee, I wonder how that happened? How did Al Qaeda get started – does anyone remember? And ISIS – how did they get started – anyone remember that? Did we do something to get Muslim terrorists so interested in us? And how did so many of them get permission to move here?

    We can have a foreign empire, or we can have a free, secure country, but we can’t have both. Get the US military out of Europe and the Middle East. Defend our own borders. Mind our own political and military business in our own part of the world.

    Who’s next? Right now I am not interested in the Uyghurs, and the Uyghurs are not interested in me. I would like to keep it that way. But if we keep planting our flag in every Eurasian country, in another generation Uyghur refugees will be killing Outer Mongolian refugees in Dodge City, Kansas.

  91. @J.Ross
    AHAHAHAHAHAHA
    UK Telegraph reports Pakistani terrorist as "a man with an English accent."
    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/world-news/2022/01/15/texas-synagogue-man-english-accent-holding-congregation-hostage/

    Replies: @Paperback Writer

    Lots of well-edumacated Indians & Pakistani have accents that sound British to American ears.

    • Replies: @Expletive Deleted
    @Paperback Writer

    Such as that oik, the Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak.
    (a Wykehamist).

    , @Bragadocious
    @Paperback Writer

    They are British. They're as British as Prince Andrew and Jimmy Savile. How do we know? Let's say one of these dusky chaps was a champion prizefighter. All of Britain would rally around him and claim him as one of their own. They'd wrap themselves in their flags and travel to Las Vegas to support him, they'd sing their dumb songs, they'd troll and abuse any American white or black who faced him in the ring.

    But this guy's a loser. So he's not "British," apparently.

  92. @Thea
    The rabbi’s name is Charlie Cytron-Walker. So they are reform and that they will invite him to stay for tea and rugella afterwards.


    Somewhat related, the new AG of Virginia quickly targeted Soros lackeys. They media calls him the first POC to hold the position. Jason Miyares’ parents are Jewish and from Cuba. His complexion is several shades lighter than what the average Hispanic considers themselves according to that one survey. https://www.jasonmiyares.com/
    His daughters might get sunburnt sitting too close to a window.

    We need to redefine passing complexion.

    Replies: @Paperback Writer

    So they are reform and that they will invite him to stay for tea and rugella afterwards.

    They invited him in because they thought he was a homeless man who needed food. They got the “rugella” over with beforehand – he’s dead now, won’t be eating until he gets to Paradise, inshallah.

  93. @Wokechoke
    @Jack D

    I’d hazard a guess he has immediate family in Pakistan or Bangladesh or North Africa. He might be a passport carrying national but he’s highly unlikely to be an ethnic Scot, English, Welsh or a Irish person. But you’d know that already if his name were released. Funny how that works. The image of PeterOToole or Richard Burton or Collin Farrell or Hugh Grant I’m sure he is.

    Replies: @YetAnotherAnon, @Jack D, @Inquiring Mind

    https://www.lancashiretelegraph.co.uk/news/19851725.updates-fbi-name-texas-hostage-taker-blackburn-man-malik-faisal-akram/

    The man has been identified by the FBI as 44-year-old Malik Faisal Akram. It is believed that Akram attended Cedar Street Primary and then went on to Pleckgate High School. He grew up in the Bastwell area of Blackburn, Lancashire.

    A statement attributed to his brother Gulbar read: “It is with great great sadness I will confirm my brother Faisal passed away in Texas, USA this morning. We are absolutely devastated as a family. We can’t say much now as their is an ongoing FBI investigation. We would like to say that we as a family do not condone any of his actions and would like to sincerely apologise wholeheartedly to all the victims involved in the unfortunate incident. Sitting in the incident room all last night at Greenbank until the early hours liaising with Faisal, the negotiators, FBI. And although my brother was suffering from mental health issues we were confident that he would not harm the hostages.

    (so rugella is like the Hindu prasada? Food which has been blessed/offered to then be shared?)

    If you look btw at the “most shared” and “most commented” stories, you’ll see that comments are not allowed on anything but soccer.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @YetAnotherAnon


    He grew up in the Bastwell area of Blackburn, Lancashire.
     
    Was he one of the 4,000 holes?
  94. @El Dato
    @Jack D


    The motivation behind the Geneva Conventions was reciprocity between European powers, not humanitarianism. You treat the enemy military prisoners well and in exchange the enemy military will treat your prisoners well. If you are fighting an enemy who does not also abide by the Conventions (as Al Qaeda most assuredly does not) then it is pointless to abide by the Conventions in a one sided way.
     
    That's not how it is done.

    Depravity in one paragraph: "I can decide which moral principles are appropriate for me depending on whatever is convenient at the moment."

    It may be expedient but it's not good for you.

    Also


    as Al Qaeda most assuredly does not
     
    Do not throw with stones when you are in glasshouses.

    Replies: @Jack D

    I explained already that the Geneva Conventions are not based on moral principles. War is an inherently immoral activity to begin with – in a war you try to kill people which violates the most basic commandment. There is nothing wrong with basing the Conventions on self-interest – self-interest is much more reliable than an appeal to morality.

  95. @El Dato
    @Jack D


    Until the hostages are safe then there is nothing funny about this situation.
     
    Your over-the-top virtue signaling and concern for random hostages is duly noted.

    I am quite amused indeed. You wouldn't even give a millisecond thought about the same people being incinerated if it happened via official JDAM delivery.

    Or maybe you are really protesting at Foggy Bottom every single day concerning the liberation of whole parts of Syria that the US currently holds hostage? Could be.


    she shot at and tried to kill American soldiers
     
    Fuck that's so EVIL. The lil angels.

    Political decisions and job descriptions: matter.

    Replies: @Jack D

    I really don’t understand folks around here. OTOH, you are super patriots but OTOH you are these global citizens who don’t care if the folks being killed are American or not.

    • Thanks: Johann Ricke
    • Replies: @AndrewR
    @Jack D

    When people join the military, the CIA or any similar groups, they do so knowing that the risk of violent death is higher than in most professions.

    Having said this, if this woman really willingly married the nephew of Al Qaeda's leader then I'm not sure what she expected. But what her alleged brother allegedly did was based.

    Btw I peeped the wikipedia article on her and it had this line

    "She is viewed in Pakistan and amongst American Muslims as an innocent political prisoner who was falsely convicted."

    I would fail a middle schooler for writing something like this in a paper. Wikipedia really is a cesspit.

    Replies: @Jack D

    , @Paperback Writer
    @Jack D

    They hate the current regime, so when it comes to American soldiers who are doing the regime's imperialistic work overseas, they're on the side of the natives who oppose the regime.

    I don't agree with them but that's the thought process. The enemy of my enemy is my friend.

    When our service personnel were killed in the terror attack in the Afghan disengagement, a lot of them cheered for the terrorists. They were just happy the regime got humiliated. This is sick.

    A normal human being, a normal American, would grieve for our guys (and girls). I did. However... I realized that this was a risk they took in signing up, and I'm not going to say it was somehow unfair or freak out over it.

    Nor did I blame it on Biden, who I otherwise loathe. These terror attacks are routine in Afghanistan. That's one of the reasons he got us out. Dozens of Afghans were killed in that attack. Staying there would have increased the odds of more of these attacks.

    Now, a kid who gets killed working in a Burger King by a violent criminal, a woman who gets shoved onto a subway track by a violent maniac - that's unfair.

    , @Brutusale
    @Jack D

    When I read about the degree of wokeness of the "rabbi" and his congregation, my give-a-crap level level zeroed out. The schadenfreude is strong with this one.

    The problem with me isn't American citizens being killed, Jack. My problem is how did this screaming caricature of a Muzzie extremist, this known wolf, get to Texas in the first place? Would a white Brit with the same record likely to be wandering free in the heartland like this guy?

    Someday maybe the government will be as concerned with the deaths of Americans as much as you, Jack. Of course, I'm attributing malice when the case is more likely just rank incompetence.

    FYI, I'm not writing this because the potential victims were Jews. I'd prefer that terroristd go after the Somali-immigrant-friendly Lutherans!

  96. @Anon
    @Edmund

    Yeah I get that and my point is that there's no way in hell Muslims could ever kill 50 million Americans (or even 10,000). The point is that the joke is based on a false premise.

    Replies: @Bill, @Cloudbuster, @Paul Mendez, @rebel yell, @Professional Slav

    The point is that the joke is based on a false premise.

    So I guess you hate jokes about leprechauns who walk into bars, or genies who pop out of lamps, or talking dogs who lie, or…

  97. @Intelligent Dasein
    "Frontlash" is thoroughly Western-style political pabulum, so I guess the Muslims are assimilating after all. They've become just another late imperial pressure group. Islam itself has really very little to do with it.

    Replies: @AndrewR

    Citation needed. I imagine this phenomenon would manifest itself in any society with any sort of groups who might be blamed collectively for the actions of one or twelve members.

  98. @Jack D
    @El Dato

    I really don't understand folks around here. OTOH, you are super patriots but OTOH you are these global citizens who don't care if the folks being killed are American or not.

    Replies: @AndrewR, @Paperback Writer, @Brutusale

    When people join the military, the CIA or any similar groups, they do so knowing that the risk of violent death is higher than in most professions.

    Having said this, if this woman really willingly married the nephew of Al Qaeda’s leader then I’m not sure what she expected. But what her alleged brother allegedly did was based.

    Btw I peeped the wikipedia article on her and it had this line

    “She is viewed in Pakistan and amongst American Muslims as an innocent political prisoner who was falsely convicted.”

    I would fail a middle schooler for writing something like this in a paper. Wikipedia really is a cesspit.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @AndrewR


    When people join the military, the CIA or any similar groups, they do so knowing that the risk of violent death is higher than in most professions.
     
    This is perhaps true but as Americans should we have the same feelings when an American soldier is killed by Al Qaeda vs. when an Al Qaeda operative is killed by American troops?
  99. @Jack D
    @AnotherDad

    I liked the part where the hostages are set free, so you are half right.

    The guy in Texas yesterday was not Siddiqui's actual brother. He was her "brother" in the Islamic sense. He is not from a Muslim nation unless you consider the UK to be a Muslim nation (they are working on it). We are going to send him back there like you ask, but it will be in a box. You can't hold American citizens hostage and expect to immediately get sent home alive, even if the people you hold hostage are Jews.

    Sister Siddiqui should have been executed on the battlefield as a saboteur. But that's not how America rolls anymore, so keeping her in prison for the Federal crimes for which she was tried and convicted is not a bad alternative.

    I suppose we could close the border to UK tourists if it pleases you but there are a lot of tourist oriented businesses that would not be happy.

    Replies: @Wokechoke, @AndrewR

    The fact that you wrote “even” instead of “especially” tells us all we need to know about you. Not that we didn’t know before.

  100. @Anon
    Imagine actually believing there are 50 million Americans in close enough proximity to kill with a nuclear weapon.

    Even the most densely populated metro area in America, the New York Metro Area, which includes large swathes of New Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania, has only 20 million people in it.

    Not even the legendary Tsar Bomba nuke could kill them all.

    This is why everyone with a liberal arts degree should be forbidden from public communication.

    Replies: @Jimbo, @Wj, @Cindy, @Ian Smith, @Alec Leamas (working from home), @al gore rhythms, @Dave from Oz, @At78

    What, in your opinion, is the highest number be could credibly have picked?

    You can round it to the nearest 1000.

  101. @Wokechoke
    @Jack D

    I’d hazard a guess he has immediate family in Pakistan or Bangladesh or North Africa. He might be a passport carrying national but he’s highly unlikely to be an ethnic Scot, English, Welsh or a Irish person. But you’d know that already if his name were released. Funny how that works. The image of PeterOToole or Richard Burton or Collin Farrell or Hugh Grant I’m sure he is.

    Replies: @YetAnotherAnon, @Jack D, @Inquiring Mind

    The man has been identified as 44-year-old Briton Malik Faisal Akram.

    https://news.sky.com/story/texas-synagogue-siege-british-hostage-taker-named-as-malik-faisal-akram-12517905

    Scroll down for picture.

    Yup, he’s British, alright.

    The family says that he is mentally ill but it’s funny that non-Muslim mentally ill people don’t usually raid synagogues. It seems like the mental illness goes in a certain direction.

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
    @Jack D

    'The family says that he is mentally ill but it’s funny that non-Muslim mentally ill people don’t usually raid synagogues. It seems like the mental illness goes in a certain direction.'

    Wasn't the last instance of this here in the US that shooter who killed eleven in the synagogue in Pittsburgh?

    Or was it the Poway synagogue shooting? John Timothy Ernst...

  102. @Jack D
    @J.Ross


    First, AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
     
    Pardon me, but FU. Think of the innocent hostages and the terror they must be feeling right now. Think of their anguished families. If this amuses you then you are a sick f(ck. Until the hostages are safe then there is nothing funny about this situation.

    Still, if you were being held hostage right now (this fellow's "sister" had no problem trying to shoot American soldiers regardless of their religion) I would have sympathy for you because you are a human being no matter how degraded you are.

    PS regardless of what the soldier did, she shot at and tried to kill American soldiers. Should we just have let her go?

    Replies: @74v56ruthiyj, @J.Ross, @PhysicistDave, @El Dato, @Mike Tre

    “Pardon me, but FU. Think of the innocent hostages and the terror they must be feeling right now. Think of their anguished families.”

    Shut up. You are so nonchalant about the suffering of so many non jews within the realm of current events I wonder sometimes if you’re not Ash from the movie Alien. But as soon as your kind are on the chopping block all of a sudden levity isn’t allowed? Excuse me but fuck you. You’re lack of self awareness concerning your own ethnic favoritism is sad.

  103. @Anon
    @J.Ross


    OT What did Tonga do to anger Putin?
     
    https://twitter.com/yumewo3/status/1482384145225744391?s=20

    Steve Sailer says:
    January 12, 2022 at 8:27 am GMT

    Yeah, but tidal waves are scary. So of my most memorable nightmares have been about tidal waves.
     
    There must a Dean Koontz novel about a guy whose nightmares alter reality.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @YetAnotherAnon, @Rex Little

    “nightmares alter reality” – it is a bit disturbing that Steve mentions his fear of tidal waves and one turns up a day or two later.

    See Hardy’s The Withered Arm

    http://victorian-studies.net/ghost-stories-hardy.html

    or Somerset Maugham – there’s a great short story, Lord Mountdrago – about an aristocratic Foreign Secretary and a working class Labour MP in the 1920s.

    The woman I had on my knees was drunk; she wasn’t pretty and she wasn’t young: in fact, she was just a blowsy old prostitute. She filled me with disgust, and yet when she put her mouth to mine and kissed me, though her breath stank of beer and her teeth were decayed, though I loathed myself, I wanted her-I wanted her with all my soul. Suddenly I heard a voice. “That’s right, old boy, have a good time.” I looked up and there was Owen Griffiths. I tried to spring out of the chair, but that horrible woman wouldn’t let me. “Don’t you pay no attention to ‘im,” she said, ‘”e’s only one of them nosy-parkers.” “You go to it,” he said. “I know Moll. She’ll give you your money’s worth all right.” You know, I wasn’t so much annoyed at his seeing me in that absurd situation as angry that he should address me as “old boy”. I pushed the woman aside and stood up and faced him. “I don’t know you and I don’t want to know you,” I said. “I know you all right,” he said. “And my advice to you, Molly, is, see that you get your money, he’ll bilk you if he can.” There was a bottle of beer on the table close by. Without a word I seized it by the neck and hit him over the head with it as hard as I could. I made such a violent gesture that it woke me up.’

    ‘A dream of that sort is not incomprehensible,’ said Dr Audlin. ‘It is the revenge nature takes on persons of unimpeachable character.’

    ‘The story’s idiotic. I haven’t told it you for its own sake. I’ve told it you for what happened next day. I wanted to look up something in a hurry and I went into the library of the House. I got the book and began reading. I hadn’t noticed when I sat down that Griffiths was sitting in a chair close by me. Another of the Labour Members came in and went up to him. “Hullo, Owen,” he said to him, “you’re looking pretty dicky today.” “I’ve got an awful headache,” he answered. “I feel as if I’d been cracked over the head with a bottle.’”

    Now Lord Mountdrago’s face was grey with anguish.

    ‘I knew then that the idea I’d had and dismissed as preposterous was true. I knew that Griffiths was dreaming my dreams and that he remembered them as well as I did.’

    ‘It may also have been a coincidence.’

    ‘When he spoke he didn’t speak to his friend, he deliberately spoke to me. He looked at me with sullen resentment.’

    ‘Can you offer any suggestion why this same man should come into your dreams?’

    ‘None.’

    Dr Audlin’s eyes had not left his patient’s face and he saw that he lied.

    https://talesofmytery.blogspot.com/2012/11/william-somerset-maugham-lord-mountdrago.html

  104. @Anon
    @Edmund

    Yeah I get that and my point is that there's no way in hell Muslims could ever kill 50 million Americans (or even 10,000). The point is that the joke is based on a false premise.

    Replies: @Bill, @Cloudbuster, @Paul Mendez, @rebel yell, @Professional Slav

    The point is that the joke is based on a false premise.

    The joke is based on an exaggeration, which is what makes jokes funny. Jokes are supposed to be funny. Funny people who tell jokes are called comedians.
    Explaining this to you is somehow entertaining, which is why there are so many responses to your original comment.

    • Replies: @Anon
    @rebel yell

    Except it actually just makes Macdonald look like a spastic dimwit, which is probably why I had never heard of him before: because he's a low-tier comedian whose jokes are based on premises that are so ficticious and juvenile that they seem cringeworthy, low-brow and try-hard coming from an adult male.

    Comedy requires talent. You can't just blurt out ludicrous shit and claim "humor" when nobody is laughing.

    Ever noticed how all the alt-right demigods are constantly dying prematurely of hereditary causes? There's the honest signal of what is right and what is wrong.

  105. @Coemgen
    @Coemgen

    After several paragraphs decrying "misogyny" and "gender-based violence," the Belfast Telegraph finally spills-the-beans: "... the suspect, who is originally from eastern Europe ..."

    https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/republic-of-ireland/gardai-closing-in-on-ashling-murphys-killer-with-a-new-chief-suspect-41244853.html

    Replies: @Curle, @Coemgen

    “ Ms McEntee tells of her own experiences and asks why violence against women has been tolerated for so long.”

    I assume we aren’t talking about murder anymore?

    • Agree: Coemgen
  106. @J.Ross
    First, AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA. Don't talk to me about decency or hoping for safety. There's plenty of ways to try to ensure the safety of Americans, including the ones in that synagogue, and our leadership (to the cheering of certain communities) has angrily and aggressively abandoned all of them, like they abandoned blackhawk helicopters in Kabul. Once you have no-questions-asked open borders with free trips into the hinterland (during a "pandemic"!), you have already done all that is necessary to enable the murder of every Jew in America.
    Second, it's still going on, what the hell.
    Third, it is very possible that the woman whose imprisonment inspired this terrorism is innocent. The original case against her was an Arbusto terror prosecution, so just made-up crap from sloppy liars who lost every case that made it before a real judge. The thing that really nailed her (which notably is not the made-up crap but a subsequent event) was an incompetant soldier who allowed her to hold his m4 and shoot people in an escape attempt.
    I'd be pretty angry at the United States from any starting point if I was her brother.

    Replies: @PhysicistDave, @Jack D, @Johann Ricke, @AnotherDad, @San Fernando Curt

    Once you have no-questions-asked open borders… you have already done all that is necessary to enable the murder of every Jew in America.

    Occasionally, brilliant, compassionate policies by the very best and brightest – and most soulful – of Earth’s creatures are revealed, in practice, as stupid. It is then that history must be rewritten, and “credit,” now designated “blame,” must fall on others. This brings us to Open Borders brainstorms. From hence, official record will hold they were concoctions of hillbillies. Oh… and the Goober Nazis were trying to kill Jews. Burn them.

  107. I never got SNL. What great sketches from which years past? Maybe I never watched enough, but I never saw much in John Belushi, Gilda Radner, Dennis Miller, Eddie Murphy, Norman McDonald……

  108. @Jack D
    @International Jew

    The motivation behind the Geneva Conventions was reciprocity between European powers, not humanitarianism. You treat the enemy military prisoners well and in exchange the enemy military will treat your prisoners well. If you are fighting an enemy who does not also abide by the Conventions (as Al Qaeda most assuredly does not) then it is pointless to abide by the Conventions in a one sided way.

    Look I understand the motivation of people here who think that we should just wash our hands of the whole Afghanistan mess but Siddiqui is not Afghan. She is Al Qaeda. She ended up in Afghanistan because the Pakistanis were looking for her. She got arrested by the Afghan police because she didn't speak any of the local languages and couldn't give a good explanation as to why she was in Afghanistan.

    You may not be interested in Al Qaeda but Al Qaeda is interested in you. Letting the Al Qaeda "POWs" out is not a good idea - they will go right back to planning the destruction of the Kufrs. It would have been better if we had just executed her on the battlefield as a saboteur (carrying 2 lbs. of cyanide was plenty of evidence) but letting her go is not an option. Of all the trillions of $ that the US wastes on useless shit, keeping her in prison for the rest of her life is not a bad use of it. Maybe when she is 85 or 90 and no longer a danger we can send her home to her tribe.

    Replies: @El Dato, @rebel yell, @bombthe3gorgesdam

    Why not send them to Xinxiang province where they can aid their beleaguered brothers and sisters the Uyghurs in their struggle for freedom against our mutual enemies, the chinese? It’s time to get back to proven-effective cold war realpolitik tactics.

  109. @Hi There
    Steve Sailer bashes SNL, but he still loves comics like Norm MacDonald who made their career in SNL, and he loves and links many of the right-wing SNL skits in more recent years.

    I remember Sailer linking the Asian American Doll skit, the Schoolhouse Rock Bill parody mocking Obama, and the Black History Month skit mocking the left's drill and kill tactics on slavery. Those were all amazingly funny and very right wing. I'd also recommend the ATM skit, which is another funny right wing sketch.

    Replies: @John Johnson, @J.Ross, @AndrewR, @Sam Patch, @Muggles

    I sometimes tune into SNL to see the musical acts. Now they seem to only do one set.

    The most recent new one featured many, many “cast members” who seemed to be only in the opening credits. Tatted up White Boy Pete Davidson seems to be their token straight White Male. Not very funny. Pathetic. Not seen much either.

    Most of the skits featured fat or obese black females. I really couldn’t watch.

    They had one over 10 minute long skit (at least) with some unfunny black guy going on and on about someone else who was supposed to be a black politician. Another black guy did that.

    I had no idea who this was about. Finally, when I re-tuned in, after at least ten minutes, I figured out via some mention of NYC that this was about Eric Adams, the newly elected black (Black!) mayor of NYC. Most of the skit (a/k/a “sketch”) seemed to be about Adams’ mannerism or language that he uses. It went on and on.

    The thing is, no one outside of NYC even knows who this guy is, much less knows when he is being ridiculed. How would we? Why care? Of course it was supposed to be a parody of him (I think) because he is seen by commies as being pro cop, or slightly less left wing than say, Trotsky.

    Even the earlier (sometimes humorous) Trump skits didn’t drone on that long. And everyone knows Trump.

    I’m pretty certain no negative skits about Baldwin, Harris or Sleepy Joe have yet to be seen on SNL.

    Like the USSR, you don’t mock your political sweethearts. This show should be called We Used to Be Funny.

    (Also, all of the “laughs” seem to be canned. Does anyone else notice this? Who would really laugh at most of the very lame “jokes”?)

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Muggles


    The thing is, no one outside of NYC even knows who this guy is, much less knows when he is being ridiculed.
     
    I saw Sleeper in the theater in a teachers' college town. When the man made the deadpan joke about Albert Shanker having gotten access to nuclear weaponry, one young fellow guffawed, but the rest of the audience was silent. And this was in Shanker's own state. They got all the other bits.

    This was a joke for the teacher's lounge, not the general public.
    , @Harry Baldwin
    @Muggles

    Also, all of the “laughs” seem to be canned. Does anyone else notice this?

    It's not exactly canned like on the old sitcoms, but it's augmented. A few decades ago I was in the audience at the Letterman Show. That night, I watched it. Jokes that got a tepid response when I was there were getting uproarious laughs on TV. I suspect the increase the volume of the audience's laughter and layer the sound of more laughter over it.

    , @SaneClownPosse
    @Muggles

    Don't discount the affect of the coke snorted by the audience back in the '70's and 80's.

    Quite a few of SNL skits were a one line joke drawn out over five to seven minutes.

    Haven't watched SNL in a long time. MAD TV was a better product.

    Replies: @Jack D

  110. Anonymous[105] • Disclaimer says:

    Did Normie Mac ever joke about Sheldon Adelson’s suggestion of nuking Iran? Or about Israel stealing US nuclear secrets? Or about Israel aided ISIS in Syria?

    ISIS with nukes killing 50 million? The very reason why Israel aids ISIS is to reduce Arab Middle East into a medievalist desert devoid of modern development and technology.

    What a pathetic fool, that Norm, but that counts as ‘edgy’ satire in the US.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @Anonymous

    Well, he wanted to stay employed, and he sent signals later. Tim Robbins as guest host was once allowed to mention GE being a military contractor but that's probably a (correct) calculation that nobody cared.

    Replies: @Joe Stalin

  111. @Alrenous
    @Anon

    Fishing expedition: successful. Got your [you]s.

    It's amazing how little effort it takes, isn't it?

    Boredom this severe is usually a symptom of depression. The most common modern cause of depression is over-eating. Try a 3-day fast, see what happens.

    Replies: @Anon

    Fishing expedition: successful. Got your [you]s.

    It’s amazing how little effort it takes, isn’t it?

    Boredom this severe is usually a symptom of depression. The most common modern cause of depression is over-eating. Try a 3-day fast, see what happens.

    Paranoid schizophrenic = triggered.

  112. @Muggles
    @Hi There

    I sometimes tune into SNL to see the musical acts. Now they seem to only do one set.

    The most recent new one featured many, many "cast members" who seemed to be only in the opening credits. Tatted up White Boy Pete Davidson seems to be their token straight White Male. Not very funny. Pathetic. Not seen much either.

    Most of the skits featured fat or obese black females. I really couldn't watch.

    They had one over 10 minute long skit (at least) with some unfunny black guy going on and on about someone else who was supposed to be a black politician. Another black guy did that.

    I had no idea who this was about. Finally, when I re-tuned in, after at least ten minutes, I figured out via some mention of NYC that this was about Eric Adams, the newly elected black (Black!) mayor of NYC. Most of the skit (a/k/a "sketch") seemed to be about Adams' mannerism or language that he uses. It went on and on.

    The thing is, no one outside of NYC even knows who this guy is, much less knows when he is being ridiculed. How would we? Why care? Of course it was supposed to be a parody of him (I think) because he is seen by commies as being pro cop, or slightly less left wing than say, Trotsky.

    Even the earlier (sometimes humorous) Trump skits didn't drone on that long. And everyone knows Trump.

    I'm pretty certain no negative skits about Baldwin, Harris or Sleepy Joe have yet to be seen on SNL.

    Like the USSR, you don't mock your political sweethearts. This show should be called We Used to Be Funny.

    (Also, all of the "laughs" seem to be canned. Does anyone else notice this? Who would really laugh at most of the very lame "jokes"?)

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Harry Baldwin, @SaneClownPosse

    The thing is, no one outside of NYC even knows who this guy is, much less knows when he is being ridiculed.

    I saw Sleeper in the theater in a teachers’ college town. When the man made the deadpan joke about Albert Shanker having gotten access to nuclear weaponry, one young fellow guffawed, but the rest of the audience was silent. And this was in Shanker’s own state. They got all the other bits.

    This was a joke for the teacher’s lounge, not the general public.

  113. According to US police sources, Malik Faisal Akram arrived on US soil approximately two weeks ago via New York’s JFK International Airport.

    President Biden said the attacker had apparently bought weapons after he landed and had not used bombs.

    “Apparently he spent the first night in a homeless shelter,” he added. “I don’t have all the details yet.”

    Bought weapons after just falling out of a plane? And yet most Americans here will absolutely defend his right to do so. It’s in the Constitution, stupid! But if he was Covid positive he’d have been turned away on national security grounds.

  114. @Wokechoke
    @Jack D

    I’d hazard a guess he has immediate family in Pakistan or Bangladesh or North Africa. He might be a passport carrying national but he’s highly unlikely to be an ethnic Scot, English, Welsh or a Irish person. But you’d know that already if his name were released. Funny how that works. The image of PeterOToole or Richard Burton or Collin Farrell or Hugh Grant I’m sure he is.

    Replies: @YetAnotherAnon, @Jack D, @Inquiring Mind

    I had more of a mental picture of Alec Guiness playing opposite of Peter O’Toole.

    You know, being named Faisal.

  115. @Alden
    @Coemgen

    As soon as the black immigrant murderer of Ashling Murphy is arrested the media will begin pleading that there be no “ backlash” against blacks who murder Whites. As happened 2 days after Tessa Majors was murdered by 3 black 8th grade boys in New York City.

    I assume the White women hating woman less childless nerd creepy pervert MEN OF UNZ will soon jump in hating Ashling Murphy Ranting it’s all Murphy’s fault for jogging and that she was on her way to a black lover or to buy drugs from her murderer. Just as the despicable MEN OF UNZ did while hating and yanking on Tessa Majors. I was truly surprised none of you didn’t claim Ashli Babbit didn’t deserve death because she consorted with blacks. She was in the black and brown army.

    The Paul Kersey commenters are similar . Dancing and yanking with joy when a White woman is murdered,

    Replies: @Professional Slav, @silviosilver, @YetAnotherAnon

    Oftentimes it’s one of those “get what you deserve” situations. I recall some English lad got stabbed by a raging muslim terrorist and it turned out that he was doing his PhD in how systemically racist the British prison system is for arresting muslims and blacks at a disproportional rate. You have to admit there’s certain schadenfreude looking at these Good Whites.

    • Replies: @Brutusale
    @Professional Slav

    We had one of our own.

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crime/tony-robinson-charged-in-chicago-stabbing-death-of-anat-kimchi-umd-graduate-student/ar-AALtnnJ

    Her family wanted donations to be made in her memory to the Equal Justice Foundation!

    https://jmoreliving.com/2021/06/22/university-of-maryland-doctoral-student-killed-while-visiting-chicago/

  116. @John Johnson
    No worries, it will be dropped in a few days just like the Christmas parade killer.

    Replies: @Mike_from_SGV, @Professional Slav

    These aren’t random white children, this is a synagogue. ADL’s lawyers will be in touch with you soon.

  117. @Anon
    @Edmund

    Yeah I get that and my point is that there's no way in hell Muslims could ever kill 50 million Americans (or even 10,000). The point is that the joke is based on a false premise.

    Replies: @Bill, @Cloudbuster, @Paul Mendez, @rebel yell, @Professional Slav

    Are you on the spectrum?

  118. @Alden
    @Coemgen

    As soon as the black immigrant murderer of Ashling Murphy is arrested the media will begin pleading that there be no “ backlash” against blacks who murder Whites. As happened 2 days after Tessa Majors was murdered by 3 black 8th grade boys in New York City.

    I assume the White women hating woman less childless nerd creepy pervert MEN OF UNZ will soon jump in hating Ashling Murphy Ranting it’s all Murphy’s fault for jogging and that she was on her way to a black lover or to buy drugs from her murderer. Just as the despicable MEN OF UNZ did while hating and yanking on Tessa Majors. I was truly surprised none of you didn’t claim Ashli Babbit didn’t deserve death because she consorted with blacks. She was in the black and brown army.

    The Paul Kersey commenters are similar . Dancing and yanking with joy when a White woman is murdered,

    Replies: @Professional Slav, @silviosilver, @YetAnotherAnon

    Dancing and yanking with joy when a White woman is murdered,

    You can’t seriously be this stupid.

    People are relieved that at least the victim was an “anti-racist” libtard.

    It’s still bad news that she was killed though, because she was targeted for being white, not for being a libtard.

  119. @Anonymous
    Did Normie Mac ever joke about Sheldon Adelson's suggestion of nuking Iran? Or about Israel stealing US nuclear secrets? Or about Israel aided ISIS in Syria?

    ISIS with nukes killing 50 million? The very reason why Israel aids ISIS is to reduce Arab Middle East into a medievalist desert devoid of modern development and technology.

    What a pathetic fool, that Norm, but that counts as 'edgy' satire in the US.

    Replies: @J.Ross

    Well, he wanted to stay employed, and he sent signals later. Tim Robbins as guest host was once allowed to mention GE being a military contractor but that’s probably a (correct) calculation that nobody cared.

    • Replies: @Joe Stalin
    @J.Ross


    GE being a military contractor
     
    Once upon a time...

    https://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/B7wAAOSwBrFgp-L7/s-l1600.jpg
  120. @YetAnotherAnon
    @Wokechoke

    https://www.lancashiretelegraph.co.uk/news/19851725.updates-fbi-name-texas-hostage-taker-blackburn-man-malik-faisal-akram/

    The man has been identified by the FBI as 44-year-old Malik Faisal Akram. It is believed that Akram attended Cedar Street Primary and then went on to Pleckgate High School. He grew up in the Bastwell area of Blackburn, Lancashire.

    A statement attributed to his brother Gulbar read: “It is with great great sadness I will confirm my brother Faisal passed away in Texas, USA this morning. We are absolutely devastated as a family. We can’t say much now as their is an ongoing FBI investigation. We would like to say that we as a family do not condone any of his actions and would like to sincerely apologise wholeheartedly to all the victims involved in the unfortunate incident. Sitting in the incident room all last night at Greenbank until the early hours liaising with Faisal, the negotiators, FBI. And although my brother was suffering from mental health issues we were confident that he would not harm the hostages."
     

    (so rugella is like the Hindu prasada? Food which has been blessed/offered to then be shared?)

    If you look btw at the "most shared" and "most commented" stories, you'll see that comments are not allowed on anything but soccer.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    He grew up in the Bastwell area of Blackburn, Lancashire.

    Was he one of the 4,000 holes?

  121. @Sam Patch
    @Hi There

    The sketch with Alec Baldwin as an ad exec for Cheetos pandering to the transbully agenda was pretty great.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    The sketch with Alec Baldwin as an ad exec for Cheetos pandering to the transbully agenda was pretty great.

    I’m guessing firearms weren’t involved.

  122. @Paperback Writer
    @J.Ross

    Lots of well-edumacated Indians & Pakistani have accents that sound British to American ears.

    Replies: @Expletive Deleted, @Bragadocious

    Such as that oik, the Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak.
    (a Wykehamist).

  123. @Jew
    @PhysicistDave

    Grandiose statements from various entities notwithstanding, American Jews (or Jewish Americans) are far from monolithic. We can't even agree on how to define a Jew.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Colin Wright

    ‘Grandiose statements from various entities notwithstanding, American Jews (or Jewish Americans) are far from monolithic. We can’t even agree on how to define a Jew.’

    You’re monolithic enough. No fear.

    I swear. Three times out of four (at least) when I see some obnoxiously Leftist headline at Real Clear Politics, I go to check on the author…and bingo. Either a Jew or one of their Mulatto pets.

    It gets tedious. And you all are only two percent of the population.

    • Replies: @Jew
    @Colin Wright


    Three times out of four (at least) when I see some obnoxiously Leftist headline at Real Clear Politics, I go to check on the author…and bingo. Either a Jew or one of their Mulatto pets.
     
    Yes, (primarily secular) Jews are indeed over-represented among the individuals who promote the type of views that you allude-to.[1] That is obvious and not something I ever disputed. Does such a fact justify the type of sweeping, categorical, unqualified statements about The Jews that are frequently and repeatedly made by so many here?

    The pundits, politicians, activists and nearly all of the other entities (whether individuals or groups of individuals) that you and others cite as typical negative examples of Jews are prominent, highly visible, highly vocal public figures. As such, they are easy to cite and may, for many here at least, honestly be the first or even only reference that initially comes to mind at any mention of Jews.

    But just how representative, of Jewry as a whole are the elites-in-question? What percentage do they comprise, even by the most liberal estimates, of the total Jewish population? What percentage of any demographic is actively politically or ideologically engaged? The number may be higher among Jews than among other demographics but surely, it still cannot amount to more than a minority within the Jewish population as a whole, can it?


    Either a Jew or one of their Mulatto pets.
     
    Is it your position, then, concerning the racially-mixed but black-identifying individuals to whom you allude, that none of them possess any agency? That none would embrace, express or promote the anti-white hostility that they do if not for their being controlled by Jews? Is that not what you have implied, referring to the individuals-in-question as "pets"? Have you any idea how many non-Jewish whites are at the forefront of fomenting anti-white sentiment? Were you under the apprehension that Robin DiAngelo, for example, is Jewish?

    It gets tedious.
     
    Jewish special-pleading, and certainly, sanctimonious "fellow white people" scolding from Jews does indeed become rather tedious. As does the type of bigoted, simplistic, reflexive thinking and rhetoric evidenced in your comment and so many others here.

    [1] Note that Nathan Cofnas, at least, avers that Jewish over-representation in intellectual movements extends to all, right-wing included, that are not explicitly antisemitic.

    Replies: @Jack D

  124. @The Anti-Gnostic
    So a US scientist travels to Afghanistan, gets arrested by the raj's police, grabs an American soldier's rifle (fortunately she's a terrible shot), ends up in New York City charged with some extruded, terrorist-type crime (because, of course, the US military doesn't kill hostile combatants; it arrests them), her family starts a 501(c)(3) and inspires a whole movement who regard her as a political prisoner, and now a bunch of liberal Jews are being held at gunpoint in Texas.

    Clown world.

    Replies: @George, @Nachum

    You want even more clowning? What you call the “US Scientist” (Pakistani, no?) got her PhD at…Brandeis University, a Jewish-founded school. And even though none of her terror career had anything to do with Israel or Jews, her prime defense seems to consist mostly of rantings about the Jews.

  125. @Jack D
    @Wokechoke

    The man has been identified as 44-year-old Briton Malik Faisal Akram.


    https://news.sky.com/story/texas-synagogue-siege-british-hostage-taker-named-as-malik-faisal-akram-12517905

    Scroll down for picture.


    Yup, he's British, alright.

    The family says that he is mentally ill but it's funny that non-Muslim mentally ill people don't usually raid synagogues. It seems like the mental illness goes in a certain direction.

    Replies: @Colin Wright

    ‘The family says that he is mentally ill but it’s funny that non-Muslim mentally ill people don’t usually raid synagogues. It seems like the mental illness goes in a certain direction.’

    Wasn’t the last instance of this here in the US that shooter who killed eleven in the synagogue in Pittsburgh?

    Or was it the Poway synagogue shooting? John Timothy Ernst…

  126. @J.Ross
    @Jew

    Are you willing to bet that the Jews of Beth Israel of Colleyville as a congregation opposed letting in "refugees"?

    Replies: @Nachum

    A former congregant has posted that a lot of the members have quit recently over the aggressively left wing and anti-Israel stances of the rabbi, who he claims was on his way out. They weren’t allowed to bring weapons to synagogue, apparently. (And this is Texas.)

    • Replies: @Harry Baldwin
    @Nachum

    They weren’t allowed to bring weapons to synagogue, apparently.

    If they're aware you're doing it, you're doing it wrong.

    , @J.Ross
    @Nachum

    The rabbi was in an article praising American jets going to Israel at the nearby military base. Not contradicting you, they're F-35s, the kind of jet an enemy of Israel would wish to inflict on Israel, but still. These people were either for immigration or they weren't pointedly against it, and now that it blew up in their face, they will be more strongly for it.

    , @Paperback Writer
    @Nachum

    When you say things like this it's customary and appreciated to post a link. Thanks in advance.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Nachum

  127. Saddest/most frustrating bit for me? That Jews- even the very Jews who are victimized- are all too happy to go along, or even lead, on this. The rabbi is apparently saying that it was a “million to one shot” that his place was selected. I mean, the guy could have held up a gas station or a Shinto shrine, but no, magically, he just happened to pick a synagogue.

    Of course, the FBI and Biden are helping along, claiming they have no idea why this happened.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @Nachum

    When I heard that one woman say it was a matter of "convenience" I wanted to throw my palmspring visor through a Frank Lloyd Wright window. Convenience! Like, he was this close to attacking a Baha'i Faith ... whatever you call those things, but it was a block and a half further down the street.

  128. Anon[904] • Disclaimer says:
    @rebel yell
    @Anon


    The point is that the joke is based on a false premise.
     
    The joke is based on an exaggeration, which is what makes jokes funny. Jokes are supposed to be funny. Funny people who tell jokes are called comedians.
    Explaining this to you is somehow entertaining, which is why there are so many responses to your original comment.

    Replies: @Anon

    Except it actually just makes Macdonald look like a spastic dimwit, which is probably why I had never heard of him before: because he’s a low-tier comedian whose jokes are based on premises that are so ficticious and juvenile that they seem cringeworthy, low-brow and try-hard coming from an adult male.

    Comedy requires talent. You can’t just blurt out ludicrous shit and claim “humor” when nobody is laughing.

    Ever noticed how all the alt-right demigods are constantly dying prematurely of hereditary causes? There’s the honest signal of what is right and what is wrong.

  129. @Alden
    @Coemgen

    As soon as the black immigrant murderer of Ashling Murphy is arrested the media will begin pleading that there be no “ backlash” against blacks who murder Whites. As happened 2 days after Tessa Majors was murdered by 3 black 8th grade boys in New York City.

    I assume the White women hating woman less childless nerd creepy pervert MEN OF UNZ will soon jump in hating Ashling Murphy Ranting it’s all Murphy’s fault for jogging and that she was on her way to a black lover or to buy drugs from her murderer. Just as the despicable MEN OF UNZ did while hating and yanking on Tessa Majors. I was truly surprised none of you didn’t claim Ashli Babbit didn’t deserve death because she consorted with blacks. She was in the black and brown army.

    The Paul Kersey commenters are similar . Dancing and yanking with joy when a White woman is murdered,

    Replies: @Professional Slav, @silviosilver, @YetAnotherAnon

    “I assume the White women hating woman less childless nerd creepy pervert MEN OF UNZ will soon jump in hating Ashling Murphy Ranting it’s all Murphy’s fault for jogging”

    One of the strangest things (and worthy of academic study by some young politics student) is

    a) which female deaths or disappearances trigger marches/rallies etc – why Ashling Murphy and Sarah Everard but not Libby Squire or Christina Rowe? Libby Squire went missing for two weeks before her body was found.

    b) who are the organisers of the various vigils etc – what’s the mechanisms / drivers which produce rallies not only in London, Edinburgh and Glasgow but in Brisbane, of all places?

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-60009376

    We know who’s running the Irish ones

    https://www.nwci.ie/discover/about_us

    “NWC is funded by grants from Government, the largest coming from the Department of Children, Disability, Equality and Integration, as well as a range of state agencies, including HSE and Pobal…

    By ‘woman’ we refer to any person who identifies as a woman.”

    There’s another question, about how it’s fine to have #MaleViolence as a hashtag but Twitter (and possibly the UK police) will look askance at #MuslimViolence. But we know “who, whom?” is the answer to that.

  130. @Anon
    Imagine actually believing there are 50 million Americans in close enough proximity to kill with a nuclear weapon.

    Even the most densely populated metro area in America, the New York Metro Area, which includes large swathes of New Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania, has only 20 million people in it.

    Not even the legendary Tsar Bomba nuke could kill them all.

    This is why everyone with a liberal arts degree should be forbidden from public communication.

    Replies: @Jimbo, @Wj, @Cindy, @Ian Smith, @Alec Leamas (working from home), @al gore rhythms, @Dave from Oz, @At78

    People routinely overestimate what a nuke can do. Yeah – wipe out everything in a two-mile radius. light damage out to 3.5 miles. How big is a city, these days?

    • Replies: @Alrenous
    @Dave from Oz

    It's true that the Regime has decided to dramatically inflate the threat of nuclear weapons for some reason. See also: biological and chemical weapons. The latter are real nasty precisely because they cause so much suffering without advancing your military objectives much at all.

    I guess they just like terrorizing their subjects? Is there any deeper strategy to this, or is it near-pure sadism as per usual?

  131. @Muggles
    @Hi There

    I sometimes tune into SNL to see the musical acts. Now they seem to only do one set.

    The most recent new one featured many, many "cast members" who seemed to be only in the opening credits. Tatted up White Boy Pete Davidson seems to be their token straight White Male. Not very funny. Pathetic. Not seen much either.

    Most of the skits featured fat or obese black females. I really couldn't watch.

    They had one over 10 minute long skit (at least) with some unfunny black guy going on and on about someone else who was supposed to be a black politician. Another black guy did that.

    I had no idea who this was about. Finally, when I re-tuned in, after at least ten minutes, I figured out via some mention of NYC that this was about Eric Adams, the newly elected black (Black!) mayor of NYC. Most of the skit (a/k/a "sketch") seemed to be about Adams' mannerism or language that he uses. It went on and on.

    The thing is, no one outside of NYC even knows who this guy is, much less knows when he is being ridiculed. How would we? Why care? Of course it was supposed to be a parody of him (I think) because he is seen by commies as being pro cop, or slightly less left wing than say, Trotsky.

    Even the earlier (sometimes humorous) Trump skits didn't drone on that long. And everyone knows Trump.

    I'm pretty certain no negative skits about Baldwin, Harris or Sleepy Joe have yet to be seen on SNL.

    Like the USSR, you don't mock your political sweethearts. This show should be called We Used to Be Funny.

    (Also, all of the "laughs" seem to be canned. Does anyone else notice this? Who would really laugh at most of the very lame "jokes"?)

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Harry Baldwin, @SaneClownPosse

    Also, all of the “laughs” seem to be canned. Does anyone else notice this?

    It’s not exactly canned like on the old sitcoms, but it’s augmented. A few decades ago I was in the audience at the Letterman Show. That night, I watched it. Jokes that got a tepid response when I was there were getting uproarious laughs on TV. I suspect the increase the volume of the audience’s laughter and layer the sound of more laughter over it.

  132. @Nachum
    @J.Ross

    A former congregant has posted that a lot of the members have quit recently over the aggressively left wing and anti-Israel stances of the rabbi, who he claims was on his way out. They weren't allowed to bring weapons to synagogue, apparently. (And this is Texas.)

    Replies: @Harry Baldwin, @J.Ross, @Paperback Writer

    They weren’t allowed to bring weapons to synagogue, apparently.

    If they’re aware you’re doing it, you’re doing it wrong.

  133. @AndrewR
    @Jack D

    When people join the military, the CIA or any similar groups, they do so knowing that the risk of violent death is higher than in most professions.

    Having said this, if this woman really willingly married the nephew of Al Qaeda's leader then I'm not sure what she expected. But what her alleged brother allegedly did was based.

    Btw I peeped the wikipedia article on her and it had this line

    "She is viewed in Pakistan and amongst American Muslims as an innocent political prisoner who was falsely convicted."

    I would fail a middle schooler for writing something like this in a paper. Wikipedia really is a cesspit.

    Replies: @Jack D

    When people join the military, the CIA or any similar groups, they do so knowing that the risk of violent death is higher than in most professions.

    This is perhaps true but as Americans should we have the same feelings when an American soldier is killed by Al Qaeda vs. when an Al Qaeda operative is killed by American troops?

  134. @Paperback Writer
    @J.Ross

    Lots of well-edumacated Indians & Pakistani have accents that sound British to American ears.

    Replies: @Expletive Deleted, @Bragadocious

    They are British. They’re as British as Prince Andrew and Jimmy Savile. How do we know? Let’s say one of these dusky chaps was a champion prizefighter. All of Britain would rally around him and claim him as one of their own. They’d wrap themselves in their flags and travel to Las Vegas to support him, they’d sing their dumb songs, they’d troll and abuse any American white or black who faced him in the ring.

    But this guy’s a loser. So he’s not “British,” apparently.

  135. @Unladen Swallow
    @AndrewR

    What's OWS? Saturday Night Live had that very funny Bill Clinton at McDonalds skit back in the early 1990's, but that was a very long time ago.

    Replies: @OFWHAP

    To be fair SNL, Mad TV, and the late-night talk shows all had a lot of fun at Bill Clinton’s and the Dems’ expense in the 90s.

  136. @Nachum
    @J.Ross

    A former congregant has posted that a lot of the members have quit recently over the aggressively left wing and anti-Israel stances of the rabbi, who he claims was on his way out. They weren't allowed to bring weapons to synagogue, apparently. (And this is Texas.)

    Replies: @Harry Baldwin, @J.Ross, @Paperback Writer

    The rabbi was in an article praising American jets going to Israel at the nearby military base. Not contradicting you, they’re F-35s, the kind of jet an enemy of Israel would wish to inflict on Israel, but still. These people were either for immigration or they weren’t pointedly against it, and now that it blew up in their face, they will be more strongly for it.

  137. @Nachum
    Saddest/most frustrating bit for me? That Jews- even the very Jews who are victimized- are all too happy to go along, or even lead, on this. The rabbi is apparently saying that it was a "million to one shot" that his place was selected. I mean, the guy could have held up a gas station or a Shinto shrine, but no, magically, he just happened to pick a synagogue.

    Of course, the FBI and Biden are helping along, claiming they have no idea why this happened.

    Replies: @J.Ross

    When I heard that one woman say it was a matter of “convenience” I wanted to throw my palmspring visor through a Frank Lloyd Wright window. Convenience! Like, he was this close to attacking a Baha’i Faith … whatever you call those things, but it was a block and a half further down the street.

  138. @Jack D
    @El Dato

    I really don't understand folks around here. OTOH, you are super patriots but OTOH you are these global citizens who don't care if the folks being killed are American or not.

    Replies: @AndrewR, @Paperback Writer, @Brutusale

    They hate the current regime, so when it comes to American soldiers who are doing the regime’s imperialistic work overseas, they’re on the side of the natives who oppose the regime.

    I don’t agree with them but that’s the thought process. The enemy of my enemy is my friend.

    When our service personnel were killed in the terror attack in the Afghan disengagement, a lot of them cheered for the terrorists. They were just happy the regime got humiliated. This is sick.

    A normal human being, a normal American, would grieve for our guys (and girls). I did. However… I realized that this was a risk they took in signing up, and I’m not going to say it was somehow unfair or freak out over it.

    Nor did I blame it on Biden, who I otherwise loathe. These terror attacks are routine in Afghanistan. That’s one of the reasons he got us out. Dozens of Afghans were killed in that attack. Staying there would have increased the odds of more of these attacks.

    Now, a kid who gets killed working in a Burger King by a violent criminal, a woman who gets shoved onto a subway track by a violent maniac – that’s unfair.

  139. @Nachum
    @J.Ross

    A former congregant has posted that a lot of the members have quit recently over the aggressively left wing and anti-Israel stances of the rabbi, who he claims was on his way out. They weren't allowed to bring weapons to synagogue, apparently. (And this is Texas.)

    Replies: @Harry Baldwin, @J.Ross, @Paperback Writer

    When you say things like this it’s customary and appreciated to post a link. Thanks in advance.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @Paperback Writer

    Has it not occured to you o mister police man that a coreligionist might have connections which do not lend themselves to quick factchecking either by reason of possibility or desire? What if he knows the guy? What if the guy is posting on a members-only forum? What if he doesn't want to publicize
    [Nahum: Na, it's Twitter. Here.]
    GOD DAMN IT.

    , @Nachum
    @Paperback Writer

    Well, the rabbi's denied most of it and said that he wishes someone would have had a gun and put an end to it quickly, so I'm willing to take him at his word.

    Replies: @Jack D

  140. @Colin Wright
    @Jew

    'Grandiose statements from various entities notwithstanding, American Jews (or Jewish Americans) are far from monolithic. We can’t even agree on how to define a Jew.'

    You're monolithic enough. No fear.

    I swear. Three times out of four (at least) when I see some obnoxiously Leftist headline at Real Clear Politics, I go to check on the author...and bingo. Either a Jew or one of their Mulatto pets.

    It gets tedious. And you all are only two percent of the population.

    Replies: @Jew

    Three times out of four (at least) when I see some obnoxiously Leftist headline at Real Clear Politics, I go to check on the author…and bingo. Either a Jew or one of their Mulatto pets.

    Yes, (primarily secular) Jews are indeed over-represented among the individuals who promote the type of views that you allude-to.[1] That is obvious and not something I ever disputed. Does such a fact justify the type of sweeping, categorical, unqualified statements about The Jews that are frequently and repeatedly made by so many here?

    The pundits, politicians, activists and nearly all of the other entities (whether individuals or groups of individuals) that you and others cite as typical negative examples of Jews are prominent, highly visible, highly vocal public figures. As such, they are easy to cite and may, for many here at least, honestly be the first or even only reference that initially comes to mind at any mention of Jews.

    But just how representative, of Jewry as a whole are the elites-in-question?

    [MORE]
    What percentage do they comprise, even by the most liberal estimates, of the total Jewish population? What percentage of any demographic is actively politically or ideologically engaged? The number may be higher among Jews than among other demographics but surely, it still cannot amount to more than a minority within the Jewish population as a whole, can it?

    Either a Jew or one of their Mulatto pets.

    Is it your position, then, concerning the racially-mixed but black-identifying individuals to whom you allude, that none of them possess any agency? That none would embrace, express or promote the anti-white hostility that they do if not for their being controlled by Jews? Is that not what you have implied, referring to the individuals-in-question as “pets”? Have you any idea how many non-Jewish whites are at the forefront of fomenting anti-white sentiment? Were you under the apprehension that Robin DiAngelo, for example, is Jewish?

    It gets tedious.

    Jewish special-pleading, and certainly, sanctimonious “fellow white people” scolding from Jews does indeed become rather tedious. As does the type of bigoted, simplistic, reflexive thinking and rhetoric evidenced in your comment and so many others here.

    [1] Note that Nathan Cofnas, at least, avers that Jewish over-representation in intellectual movements extends to all, right-wing included, that are not explicitly antisemitic.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @Jew

    And some who are:

    https://www.nytimes.com/1965/10/31/archives/state-klan-leader-hides-secret-of-jewish-origin-klan-leader-here.html

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dan_Burros

  141. @Muggles
    @Hi There

    I sometimes tune into SNL to see the musical acts. Now they seem to only do one set.

    The most recent new one featured many, many "cast members" who seemed to be only in the opening credits. Tatted up White Boy Pete Davidson seems to be their token straight White Male. Not very funny. Pathetic. Not seen much either.

    Most of the skits featured fat or obese black females. I really couldn't watch.

    They had one over 10 minute long skit (at least) with some unfunny black guy going on and on about someone else who was supposed to be a black politician. Another black guy did that.

    I had no idea who this was about. Finally, when I re-tuned in, after at least ten minutes, I figured out via some mention of NYC that this was about Eric Adams, the newly elected black (Black!) mayor of NYC. Most of the skit (a/k/a "sketch") seemed to be about Adams' mannerism or language that he uses. It went on and on.

    The thing is, no one outside of NYC even knows who this guy is, much less knows when he is being ridiculed. How would we? Why care? Of course it was supposed to be a parody of him (I think) because he is seen by commies as being pro cop, or slightly less left wing than say, Trotsky.

    Even the earlier (sometimes humorous) Trump skits didn't drone on that long. And everyone knows Trump.

    I'm pretty certain no negative skits about Baldwin, Harris or Sleepy Joe have yet to be seen on SNL.

    Like the USSR, you don't mock your political sweethearts. This show should be called We Used to Be Funny.

    (Also, all of the "laughs" seem to be canned. Does anyone else notice this? Who would really laugh at most of the very lame "jokes"?)

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Harry Baldwin, @SaneClownPosse

    Don’t discount the affect of the coke snorted by the audience back in the ’70’s and 80’s.

    Quite a few of SNL skits were a one line joke drawn out over five to seven minutes.

    Haven’t watched SNL in a long time. MAD TV was a better product.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @SaneClownPosse

    SNL skits are STILL one line jokes drawn out over 7 minutes but now the initial one-liner isn't funny to begin with. At least some of the old ones were.

    Henny Youngman could tell more jokes in a 5 minute routine than you will find in a whole season of SNL. And his are actually funny.

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

    Replies: @Harry Baldwin

  142. @Jew
    @Colin Wright


    Three times out of four (at least) when I see some obnoxiously Leftist headline at Real Clear Politics, I go to check on the author…and bingo. Either a Jew or one of their Mulatto pets.
     
    Yes, (primarily secular) Jews are indeed over-represented among the individuals who promote the type of views that you allude-to.[1] That is obvious and not something I ever disputed. Does such a fact justify the type of sweeping, categorical, unqualified statements about The Jews that are frequently and repeatedly made by so many here?

    The pundits, politicians, activists and nearly all of the other entities (whether individuals or groups of individuals) that you and others cite as typical negative examples of Jews are prominent, highly visible, highly vocal public figures. As such, they are easy to cite and may, for many here at least, honestly be the first or even only reference that initially comes to mind at any mention of Jews.

    But just how representative, of Jewry as a whole are the elites-in-question? What percentage do they comprise, even by the most liberal estimates, of the total Jewish population? What percentage of any demographic is actively politically or ideologically engaged? The number may be higher among Jews than among other demographics but surely, it still cannot amount to more than a minority within the Jewish population as a whole, can it?


    Either a Jew or one of their Mulatto pets.
     
    Is it your position, then, concerning the racially-mixed but black-identifying individuals to whom you allude, that none of them possess any agency? That none would embrace, express or promote the anti-white hostility that they do if not for their being controlled by Jews? Is that not what you have implied, referring to the individuals-in-question as "pets"? Have you any idea how many non-Jewish whites are at the forefront of fomenting anti-white sentiment? Were you under the apprehension that Robin DiAngelo, for example, is Jewish?

    It gets tedious.
     
    Jewish special-pleading, and certainly, sanctimonious "fellow white people" scolding from Jews does indeed become rather tedious. As does the type of bigoted, simplistic, reflexive thinking and rhetoric evidenced in your comment and so many others here.

    [1] Note that Nathan Cofnas, at least, avers that Jewish over-representation in intellectual movements extends to all, right-wing included, that are not explicitly antisemitic.

    Replies: @Jack D

  143. @SaneClownPosse
    @Muggles

    Don't discount the affect of the coke snorted by the audience back in the '70's and 80's.

    Quite a few of SNL skits were a one line joke drawn out over five to seven minutes.

    Haven't watched SNL in a long time. MAD TV was a better product.

    Replies: @Jack D

    SNL skits are STILL one line jokes drawn out over 7 minutes but now the initial one-liner isn’t funny to begin with. At least some of the old ones were.

    Henny Youngman could tell more jokes in a 5 minute routine than you will find in a whole season of SNL. And his are actually funny.

    • Replies: @Harry Baldwin
    @Jack D

    And his are actually funny.

    We have to wait until our resident humor expert, Anon[904], verifies that.

  144. @Jack D
    @SaneClownPosse

    SNL skits are STILL one line jokes drawn out over 7 minutes but now the initial one-liner isn't funny to begin with. At least some of the old ones were.

    Henny Youngman could tell more jokes in a 5 minute routine than you will find in a whole season of SNL. And his are actually funny.

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

    Replies: @Harry Baldwin

    And his are actually funny.

    We have to wait until our resident humor expert, Anon[904], verifies that.

  145. @Jack D
    @74v56ruthiyj

    Under the Geneva conventions, as an enemy combatant out of uniform and engaged in sabotage (she was arrested carrying 2 lbs. of cyanide - a fraction of a gram will kill you), we are entitled to execute her or impose any lesser punishment. She is not being held as a POW. Nor is her war over. There is every reason to believe that if we released her she would try to kill more Americans in the future.

    Replies: @74v56ruthiyj

    Geneva Convention? When are we? 1942? We’ve spent the last 20 years fighting people who don’t wear uniforms, and who never heard of the Geneva Convention. It’s completely irrelevant. And she can’t kill Americans if we don’t let her and her kind live here.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @74v56ruthiyj


    And she can’t kill Americans if we don’t let her and her kind live here.
     
    Really? Do all Americans stay in only America? Should we also ban all foreign tourists? Not allow foreign students to come study here temporarily? Expel the children of the foreign born who were born and grew up here?

    Even if we withdrew militarily, there would still be American embassies, tourists, business people, etc. all over the globe whom she could target. Or maybe she could go to work for the Iranians or the N. Koreans and help them to build missiles or missile payloads. Or she could come here disguised as a tourist, like the GRU agents who poisoned Skripal. Isolationism never worked but in the modern world it's really impossible.
  146. @Paperback Writer
    @Nachum

    When you say things like this it's customary and appreciated to post a link. Thanks in advance.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Nachum

    Has it not occured to you o mister police man that a coreligionist might have connections which do not lend themselves to quick factchecking either by reason of possibility or desire? What if he knows the guy? What if the guy is posting on a members-only forum? What if he doesn’t want to publicize
    [Nahum: Na, it’s Twitter. Here.]
    GOD DAMN IT.

  147. @74v56ruthiyj
    @Jack D

    Geneva Convention? When are we? 1942? We've spent the last 20 years fighting people who don't wear uniforms, and who never heard of the Geneva Convention. It's completely irrelevant. And she can't kill Americans if we don't let her and her kind live here.

    Replies: @Jack D

    And she can’t kill Americans if we don’t let her and her kind live here.

    Really? Do all Americans stay in only America? Should we also ban all foreign tourists? Not allow foreign students to come study here temporarily? Expel the children of the foreign born who were born and grew up here?

    Even if we withdrew militarily, there would still be American embassies, tourists, business people, etc. all over the globe whom she could target. Or maybe she could go to work for the Iranians or the N. Koreans and help them to build missiles or missile payloads. Or she could come here disguised as a tourist, like the GRU agents who poisoned Skripal. Isolationism never worked but in the modern world it’s really impossible.

  148. Expel the children of the foreigners? Yes.
    No more foreign students? Yes.
    Ban foreign tourists? Moslems, yes.
    If Americans want to visit shithole countries, they can do so at their own risk.
    No, we can’t entirely seal ourselves off from the world, but we don’t need to put out the welcome mat for the whole world either. Which we do.
    And if we weren’t making trouble for so much of the world, we wouldn’t have so much of it hating us.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @74v56ruthiyj

    Agree plus, what if there's one of those pandemics? Scientists have said for years that we're overdue. Would we keep our borders open and take vacations to Mexico at the same time that a dangerous airborne disease was rapidly spreading?

  149. The suspect in the Ashling Murphy murder case (he turned up in a Dublin hospital with injuries that he couldn’t or wouldn’t explain) is a foreign national, and I don’t think that means British.

    That’s from the Mirror, Mail says he’s a father of three in his thirties. Eastern Europe?

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10413469/Ireland-hold-minutes-silence-11am-murdered-teacher-Ashling-Murphys-funeral.html

    “Garda sources said there is nothing to suggest any connection between the man suspected of murder and Ms Murphy, but that gardai are liaising with foreign police forces in an attempt to gather as much information as possible about the man.

    Detectives have already placed the prime suspect in Tullamore at the time of the murder, and gardai were in place at the hospital yesterday as they waited for the hospital to discharge him.

    The man’s wife and children left their home outside Tullamore on Friday night and were taken to a place of safety by gardai.”

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @YetAnotherAnon

    Eastern Europe?

    Police are looking for a "man dressed in a black tracksuit top with no hood, black tracksuit bottoms with a large white stripe or white writing on the side, and black runners."


    This should narrow it down to around 100 million men:

    https://sadanduseless.b-cdn.net/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/squatting-slavs-in-tracksuits18.jpg

    Replies: @YetAnotherAnon

  150. @YetAnotherAnon
    The suspect in the Ashling Murphy murder case (he turned up in a Dublin hospital with injuries that he couldn't or wouldn't explain) is a foreign national, and I don't think that means British.

    That's from the Mirror, Mail says he's a father of three in his thirties. Eastern Europe?

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10413469/Ireland-hold-minutes-silence-11am-murdered-teacher-Ashling-Murphys-funeral.html


    "Garda sources said there is nothing to suggest any connection between the man suspected of murder and Ms Murphy, but that gardai are liaising with foreign police forces in an attempt to gather as much information as possible about the man.

    Detectives have already placed the prime suspect in Tullamore at the time of the murder, and gardai were in place at the hospital yesterday as they waited for the hospital to discharge him.

    The man’s wife and children left their home outside Tullamore on Friday night and were taken to a place of safety by gardai."
     

    Replies: @Jack D

    Eastern Europe?

    Police are looking for a “man dressed in a black tracksuit top with no hood, black tracksuit bottoms with a large white stripe or white writing on the side, and black runners.”

    This should narrow it down to around 100 million men:

    • LOL: YetAnotherAnon
    • Replies: @YetAnotherAnon
    @Jack D

    He arrived at court in grey tracky-top and bottoms.

    Jozef Puska.

    https://i2-prod.irishmirror.ie/incoming/article25995700.ece/ALTERNATES/s615b/0_JS255487596.jpg

    https://www.irishmirror.ie/news/irish-news/jozef-puska-appears-court-charged-25995657

    Replies: @Anonymous

  151. @J.Ross
    @Anonymous

    Well, he wanted to stay employed, and he sent signals later. Tim Robbins as guest host was once allowed to mention GE being a military contractor but that's probably a (correct) calculation that nobody cared.

    Replies: @Joe Stalin

    GE being a military contractor

    Once upon a time…

  152. @74v56ruthiyj
    Expel the children of the foreigners? Yes.
    No more foreign students? Yes.
    Ban foreign tourists? Moslems, yes.
    If Americans want to visit shithole countries, they can do so at their own risk.
    No, we can't entirely seal ourselves off from the world, but we don't need to put out the welcome mat for the whole world either. Which we do.
    And if we weren't making trouble for so much of the world, we wouldn't have so much of it hating us.

    Replies: @J.Ross

    Agree plus, what if there’s one of those pandemics? Scientists have said for years that we’re overdue. Would we keep our borders open and take vacations to Mexico at the same time that a dangerous airborne disease was rapidly spreading?

  153. @Anon
    @J.Ross


    OT What did Tonga do to anger Putin?
     
    https://twitter.com/yumewo3/status/1482384145225744391?s=20

    Steve Sailer says:
    January 12, 2022 at 8:27 am GMT

    Yeah, but tidal waves are scary. So of my most memorable nightmares have been about tidal waves.
     
    There must a Dean Koontz novel about a guy whose nightmares alter reality.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @YetAnotherAnon, @Rex Little

    There must a Dean Koontz novel about a guy whose nightmares alter reality.

    It isn’t by Koontz, but there’s a science fiction short story where a guy dreams that he killed someone, and the next day finds out that the person he dreamed about really was murdered in just the way he dreamed about doing it. This keeps happening, and he figures out that while he sleeps, his subconscious picks out a victim, takes over the mind of whoever is handy, and forces that person to kill the designated victim. His dreams are the actual murders as experienced by the killers whose minds he’s taken over.

    I wish I could remember the title or author of the story, but it’s been several months since I read it.

  154. @Jack D
    @El Dato

    I really don't understand folks around here. OTOH, you are super patriots but OTOH you are these global citizens who don't care if the folks being killed are American or not.

    Replies: @AndrewR, @Paperback Writer, @Brutusale

    When I read about the degree of wokeness of the “rabbi” and his congregation, my give-a-crap level level zeroed out. The schadenfreude is strong with this one.

    The problem with me isn’t American citizens being killed, Jack. My problem is how did this screaming caricature of a Muzzie extremist, this known wolf, get to Texas in the first place? Would a white Brit with the same record likely to be wandering free in the heartland like this guy?

    Someday maybe the government will be as concerned with the deaths of Americans as much as you, Jack. Of course, I’m attributing malice when the case is more likely just rank incompetence.

    FYI, I’m not writing this because the potential victims were Jews. I’d prefer that terroristd go after the Somali-immigrant-friendly Lutherans!

  155. @Professional Slav
    @Alden

    Oftentimes it's one of those "get what you deserve" situations. I recall some English lad got stabbed by a raging muslim terrorist and it turned out that he was doing his PhD in how systemically racist the British prison system is for arresting muslims and blacks at a disproportional rate. You have to admit there's certain schadenfreude looking at these Good Whites.

    Replies: @Brutusale

  156. @Jack D
    @YetAnotherAnon

    Eastern Europe?

    Police are looking for a "man dressed in a black tracksuit top with no hood, black tracksuit bottoms with a large white stripe or white writing on the side, and black runners."


    This should narrow it down to around 100 million men:

    https://sadanduseless.b-cdn.net/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/squatting-slavs-in-tracksuits18.jpg

    Replies: @YetAnotherAnon

    He arrived at court in grey tracky-top and bottoms.

    Jozef Puska.

    https://www.irishmirror.ie/news/irish-news/jozef-puska-appears-court-charged-25995657

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @YetAnotherAnon

    100% certain that he is 'Roma', ie Gypsy.

    That is an Indian face and not a Slavic face.

    Replies: @Jack D, @YetAnotherAnon

  157. @J.Ross
    @Jack D

    Your emotions are human and understandable, but your attempts at logic simply aren't there, for reasons which have already been explained.
    In fact, having read more about Dr Siddiqui, I am now totally certain that she is innocent. I was expecting our totally worthless intel scamsters to be behind it. Actually the people who arrested her were goat-bothering pedophile illiterate Afghan scum. Counselor, your evidence is verbal claims from freaking Pathans, made to spooks. Care to negotiate?
    Unlike you or your acolyte, I was dumb enough to wear a uniform and carry a weapon for our god-forsaken government, in the relevant conflict, and if I was in range of a hajji of any age or gender, with a weapon stolen from a comrade, attempting to kill Americans, she would not be airlifted to New York City. She would be moderated like an iSteve comment.
    Thank you so much cheap lazy Zionist grifters for accusing me of being pro-Muslim immigration. Good job. I couldn't have done better.

    Replies: @Jack D

    A chief warrant officer did ventiltate her in the stomach with his sidearm when the rifle she grabbed misfired. It’s not my fault that he was not as good a shot as you and missed her heart or that the US has excellent medical care. It was inside a crowded room so he was probably concerned about hitting bystanders and stop shooting as soon as she went down.

    I understand that Pathans have a flexible relationship with truth but so do Pakis, so the only question is which one is lying more? In this case I would say that she is, but YMMV.

  158. I haven’t thought of Siddiqui in years. How did she manage to grab a rifle while she was being questioned? That’s pretty strange.

    She was crazy. According to Preet Bharara, no conservative, she demanded to know the DNA of potential jurors to see if they were Jewish.

  159. @Paperback Writer
    @Nachum

    When you say things like this it's customary and appreciated to post a link. Thanks in advance.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Nachum

    Well, the rabbi’s denied most of it and said that he wishes someone would have had a gun and put an end to it quickly, so I’m willing to take him at his word.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @Nachum

    This was a very small congregation (esp. due to Covid - most were on Facebook and not in person) and could not afford security. In larger synagogues nowadays (since Pittsburgh) it's common to have both uniformed armed security and plainclothes security who blends in with the congregants. After the uniformed security takes the bullet, undercover shoots the terrorist in the back. At least that's the plan.

  160. @YetAnotherAnon
    @Jack D

    He arrived at court in grey tracky-top and bottoms.

    Jozef Puska.

    https://i2-prod.irishmirror.ie/incoming/article25995700.ece/ALTERNATES/s615b/0_JS255487596.jpg

    https://www.irishmirror.ie/news/irish-news/jozef-puska-appears-court-charged-25995657

    Replies: @Anonymous

    100% certain that he is ‘Roma’, ie Gypsy.

    That is an Indian face and not a Slavic face.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @Anonymous

    That's what I was thinking. Puska means "tin can" and tinkering was the traditional Gypsy profession.

    , @YetAnotherAnon
    @Anonymous

    If commenters are good at id-ing Eastern Europeans, how about this Romanian? Just charged with killing an elderly woman and nearly killing her husband, presumably while burgling their place.

    https://www.derbytelegraph.co.uk/news/man-charged-murder-attempted-murder-6530308


    A man has been charged with the alleged murder of Freda Walker and attempted murder of her husband Ken.

    Vasile Culea was arrested at his home in Grove Road, Church Warsop, on Thursday January 20, by detectives investigating the death of 86-year-old Freda and the alleged attempted murder of 88-year-old Ken.

    Police say the couple were found by a concerned neighbour at 9am on Saturday, January 15, at their home in Station Road, Langwith Junction.

    Freda was pronounced dead at the scene, while Ken was found with life threatening injuries and remains in hospital in a critical condition, officers said.

    The 33-year-old has today, January 21, been charged with murder and attempted murder and has been remanded in custody.

    He will appear at Nottingham Magistrates’ Court tomorrow, January 22.
     
  161. @Coemgen
    @Coemgen

    After several paragraphs decrying "misogyny" and "gender-based violence," the Belfast Telegraph finally spills-the-beans: "... the suspect, who is originally from eastern Europe ..."

    https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/republic-of-ireland/gardai-closing-in-on-ashling-murphys-killer-with-a-new-chief-suspect-41244853.html

    Replies: @Curle, @Coemgen

    Suspect in the beating and strangulation murder of Ashling Murphy has been charged.

    Suspect is Jozef Puska, a Slovakian national living in Ireland. Suspect needed a Slovakian translator to understand the charge(s). Suspect receives a €200 per week disability benefit.

    https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/courts/jozef-puska-31-replied-no-when-charged-with-the-murder-of-ashling-murphy-court-told-41258342.html

    You didn’t hear it from me but some shady websites have named the suspect a gypsy.

    Brings back memories of another sensational strangulation of a young Irish woman ten years ago: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Murder_of_Nicola_Furlong

  162. @Anonymous
    @YetAnotherAnon

    100% certain that he is 'Roma', ie Gypsy.

    That is an Indian face and not a Slavic face.

    Replies: @Jack D, @YetAnotherAnon

    That’s what I was thinking. Puska means “tin can” and tinkering was the traditional Gypsy profession.

  163. @Nachum
    @Paperback Writer

    Well, the rabbi's denied most of it and said that he wishes someone would have had a gun and put an end to it quickly, so I'm willing to take him at his word.

    Replies: @Jack D

    This was a very small congregation (esp. due to Covid – most were on Facebook and not in person) and could not afford security. In larger synagogues nowadays (since Pittsburgh) it’s common to have both uniformed armed security and plainclothes security who blends in with the congregants. After the uniformed security takes the bullet, undercover shoots the terrorist in the back. At least that’s the plan.

  164. @Anon
    Imagine actually believing there are 50 million Americans in close enough proximity to kill with a nuclear weapon.

    Even the most densely populated metro area in America, the New York Metro Area, which includes large swathes of New Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania, has only 20 million people in it.

    Not even the legendary Tsar Bomba nuke could kill them all.

    This is why everyone with a liberal arts degree should be forbidden from public communication.

    Replies: @Jimbo, @Wj, @Cindy, @Ian Smith, @Alec Leamas (working from home), @al gore rhythms, @Dave from Oz, @At78

    You obviously missed the funny in that tweet

  165. @Anonymous
    @YetAnotherAnon

    100% certain that he is 'Roma', ie Gypsy.

    That is an Indian face and not a Slavic face.

    Replies: @Jack D, @YetAnotherAnon

    If commenters are good at id-ing Eastern Europeans, how about this Romanian? Just charged with killing an elderly woman and nearly killing her husband, presumably while burgling their place.

    https://www.derbytelegraph.co.uk/news/man-charged-murder-attempted-murder-6530308

    A man has been charged with the alleged murder of Freda Walker and attempted murder of her husband Ken.

    Vasile Culea was arrested at his home in Grove Road, Church Warsop, on Thursday January 20, by detectives investigating the death of 86-year-old Freda and the alleged attempted murder of 88-year-old Ken.

    Police say the couple were found by a concerned neighbour at 9am on Saturday, January 15, at their home in Station Road, Langwith Junction.

    Freda was pronounced dead at the scene, while Ken was found with life threatening injuries and remains in hospital in a critical condition, officers said.

    The 33-year-old has today, January 21, been charged with murder and attempted murder and has been remanded in custody.

    He will appear at Nottingham Magistrates’ Court tomorrow, January 22.

  166. @Dave from Oz
    @Anon

    People routinely overestimate what a nuke can do. Yeah - wipe out everything in a two-mile radius. light damage out to 3.5 miles. How big is a city, these days?

    Replies: @Alrenous

    It’s true that the Regime has decided to dramatically inflate the threat of nuclear weapons for some reason. See also: biological and chemical weapons. The latter are real nasty precisely because they cause so much suffering without advancing your military objectives much at all.

    I guess they just like terrorizing their subjects? Is there any deeper strategy to this, or is it near-pure sadism as per usual?

  167. If SNL were to be funny, they would have a Frontlash! segment, parodying Crossfire or the McLaughlin Group, where panelists would denounce the anticipated responses by “right-wingers” and Republicans to the latest bad behaviors by the Democrats’ and Globalists’ sacred cows.

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