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In response to the Supreme Court’s 5-4 decision today that Americans do too have the right to not let in immigrants likely to be deleterious, handsome California governor Gavin “American Psycho” Newsom pondered and pondered:

until he came up with a wholly original thing to say:

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  1. PaceLaw says:

    Hmmmm . . . I’m going to go out on a limb and anticipate many comments about the Zeroth Amendment pouring in. Because, of course, a nation can never have too many poor, tired hurdling masses of immigrants to do the jobs that native-born Americans are too lazy to do.

    • Replies: @carol
  2. Why is he quoting some spoiled rich girl with emotional issues?

    Oh… because it’s the thing nowadays.

    Never mind the Grammys; blacks have been bumped from this list, and by immigrants:

    https://www.fbi.gov/wanted/topten

  3. Tusk says:

    Well someone has to pay for all the African children who will be escaping Chinese colonialism soon, who else but America!

    • LOL: Clyde
    • Replies: @Mr. XYZ
  4. BenKenobi says:

    Cool it with the anti-gubernatorial remarks.

    • Replies: @pirelli
  5. Tracy says:

    Pete D’Dabrosca has started a White House petition to remove “The Colossus of Rhodes” from the Statue of Liberty: https://twitter.com/pdabrosca/status/1221976796087955458.

    Petition here: Remove “The New Colossus” poem from the Statue of Liberty.

    • Thanks: Coemgen, Cloudbuster
    • Replies: @Rob McX
  6. Hail says: • Website

    The wretched refuse of your teeming shore.
    Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me

    I think he’s saying he wants supporters to round up a few dozen of the wretchedest homeless in the greater LA area and deliver them to his door.

    Fill a few charter buses with them and form a wretched-refuse convoy. Destination, Govenor Gavin’s place. He’ll be delighted to have them! Right?

  7. @Hail

    Gavin’s just showing he can still pull the chicks

  8. Mr. XYZ says:
    @Tusk

    Chinese colonialism? AFAIK, Africans have the right to reject the deals that China offers them. If the West doesn’t like the fact that Africa accepts Chinese deals, how about the West offer Africa some better deals? After all, you can’t beat something with nothing.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    , @bomag
    , @Tusk
  9. Mr. XYZ says:
    @Hail

    The US conquered California in order to make it a Lebensraum for whites. It subsequently became that but also became a Lebensraum for non-whites.

    • Replies: @Mr. XYZ
    , @KenH
  10. Dr. X says:

    Give me your tired, your poor,
    Your huddled masses yearning to vote Democrat and get freebies,
    The wretched trash of your teeming shore.
    Send these, the homeless, to me,
    That they may shit on the streets of San Francisco!

  11. His margin of victory in the 2018 governor’s election — around 2.5 million votes — was almost as great as Hillary’s margin for the popular vote across the entire nation. But he’s a regional taste. Like Kamala, he’ll get stomped if he ever goes national. And like Kamala, he represents perfectly what California voters want, and exactly what they deserve. I can’t wait until Prop 13 is rescinded through some convoluted referendum wording. Good times, good times.

    • Replies: @Redneck farmer
    , @Anonymous
  12. Jim Given says:

    Damn! Now we’re gonna have to get rid of the Presidency AND the Supreme Court!
    Just to save our democratic system-

    When you really need democracy you can only trust the US Congress!

    Because, in the US Congress, as the great Michael Myers said on tape, “Money talks … and bulllshit walks!”

    And that’s government you can rely on!

    • Replies: @The Alarmist
  13. Lot says:
    @Hail

    That’s out of date though. Mid 2019 update:

    “That means that at the end of the second quarter, the median price for MLS listed single-family houses in SF hit $1.7 million, while condo prices hit $1.3 million, up $80K and $65K, respectively, compared to last year.

    Looking back over the previous 12 months, the median house price in SF was $1.6 million—which isn’t even the most expensive area in the region. Atherton averaged $6.6 million during the same period, Los Altos Hills ran came in at $4.6 million, and Hillsborough at $4.2 million.

    Conversely, Vallejo’s median house price came in at $415,000 during the same period, making the North Bay town the most affordable in the region. Pittsburgh and Vacaville both averaged roughly $450,000.“

  14. Dave Pinsen says: • Website

    Michelle Malkin responds:

  15. Anon[340] • Disclaimer says:

    Are there any white Kobe Bryant fans? Or is this the current demographic mix of California?:

    • Replies: @Alfa158
  16. songbird says:

    The Statue of Liberty really should be taken down and replaced with a 200 ft tall version of 2018 “I am Queen Mary” statue in Copenhagen.

    Meanwhile, maybe, they could build a statue of wetbacks in the middle of the Rio Grande.

  17. JimDandy says:

    It’s his fault Kobe died.

    • Replies: @danand
    , @restless94110
  18. Guy’s state is bleeding citizens and jobs, allows illegals to commit murder and be released, and is covered in feces and syringes.

    All California needs is The Big One to hit and we’re getting Escape from L.A.

  19. Mr. Anon says:

    Give me your tired, your poor,………..etc………..

    What it actually means is “Let ME give YOU their tired, their poor……….etc……………

  20. Lagertha says:

    I want CA heads on a spike. It’s time, we are so tired of all the bullshitters, the liars, the creeps like Weinstein. Our young people deserve better than these degenerates.

    • Agree: donut
  21. Lagertha says:

    His cravenness is so obvious! He is so intellectually deficient and has a record of being half-assed, his entire life, that, is it not a surprise, and, that people in CA realize he is the epitome of White Privilege. This POS has no conscious – he is a psychopath! Destroy him! Vote him out! He does not care about blacks and Hispanics – wake the eff up!

    • Replies: @Lagertha
  22. Anonymous[781] • Disclaimer says:

    My (so far) favorite response to Gavin Newsom’s tweet:

    If we win the House/Senate/White House, we must rebalance the courts to make them more representative of the country, not the rich.

    Further down she says:

    If we win the House/Senate/White House, we must rebalance the courts to make them more representative of the country, not the rich.

    “Rebalance the courts.” Make them “more representative of the country, not the rich.”

    Does that mean that four of their next five nominees to SCOTUS won’t be Jews?

    • LOL: Dan Hayes
  23. J.Ross says:

    I wonder if we could get these filthbags to care about their lack of familiarity with this material by [I am not good with computer] replying-to-tweet [where tweet misprioritizes Lazarus poem]
    #YoureWrong, then have a brief explanation of how they’re wrong. Might not work because they believe in overwriting history.

  24. Anon[367] • Disclaimer says:

    Im assuming white Democrats and their big-money backers intend to employ a “splitter strategy” against latin challengers in future elections, coaxing and persuading ($) multiple latino candidates to split the latin vote enough to ensure continuing white rule………..I hope the latins unite behind one candidate and oust the Newsomes, Pelosis, Feinsteinss, Browns, and Boxers. I want them to feel ‘ruled’ by the other while helplessly watcing on from afar, knowing that they truly gave the rule of their state away.

    • Agree: AnotherDad
  25. Sol says:

    He didn’t leave the feces behind in SF, he brought it with him to Sacramento.

  26. Mr. XYZ says:
    @Mr. XYZ

    FWIW, if it wasn’t for whites making California a First World territory, I suspect that much less minorities would have been willing to subsequently move there. After all, life in California almost certainly significantly beats life in Tijuana.

  27. So the handsome WASP quotes an early 20th (maybe late 19th?) Century socialist jewish woman. I’m not sure of the politics of the time, but putting that stupid poem on the Statue of Liberty was one of the dumbest things done at the time.

    I guess lefties knew about marketing, optics, and messaging (leading to talking points) at that time too.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    , @Prester John
  28. Lagertha says:

    what Gavin doesn’t get it is: no one likes his policies; nor him – he is so obnoxious. He is a rich kid who never had to suffer. Here is a beautiful piece of a man who is soooooo much better than he ever was, Gavin, nor, will ever be:

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  29. Anonymous[278] • Disclaimer says:

    I prefer my immigrants in Bone, with Cilian Rail.

  30. Lagertha says:

    Thank You. I really needed that. Whoever sent the Vevo piece (Steve?) you caught me going so down – thank you. I am fully stocked with liquor & guns & pills, Thank You for being a mench.

  31. @Lagertha

    Here is a beautiful piece of a man who is soooooo much better than he ever was, Gavin, nor, will ever be:

    And looks like Nero, to boot.

    • Agree: Reg Cæsar
  32. @South Texas Guy

    So the handsome WASP quotes an early 20th (maybe late 19th?) Century socialist jewish woman.

    You confuse her with Emma Goldman.

    Emma Lazarus (1849-87) was a Sephardess whose grandfather co-founded the stock exchange. She summered in Newport. Idealist, but hardly socialist.

    She has more in common with Emma Watson. Without the chip.

  33. Lagertha says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    He is not ever, like Ed Sheeran.

  34. MattW says:

    The american government has a rhymey obligation to not-yet-americans first and foremost before considering the well being of current citizens.

    Obv

  35. I think by now we’ve moved on to, Huddled masses yearning to breed for free.

    • Replies: @BenKenobi
  36. Lagertha says:
    @Lagertha

    love it! hahaaaaa! Being a redhead has always been difficult…but, wtf, they transformed history. It is late, and I am so depressed, but you are correct: Red heads discussed these past 2 nights transformed history. I love yah, babe, I really do. You are my soldier in truth.

  37. BenKenobi says:
    @The Germ Theory of Disease

    “Muddled asses” would work better, more insult-y.

  38. Gavin Newsom = ’s waving ’em on.

  39. @Reg Cæsar

    Spoiled and spergy, yes. But the Thunberg’s aren’t rich and I doubt that Greta makes a lot of money.

  40. Anon[205] • Disclaimer says:

    Wasn’t ‘Gavin Newsom ‘ a character on the Mary Tyler Moore show? How did they become a politician?

  41. AndrewR says:

    Given the 140,000 homeless, the outrageous housing prices, and the traffic in his state (to say nothing of other negative effects of overpopulation), this is nothing short of insane for him to tweet this. He’s an illegitimate leader.

  42. iSteve has an incredible amount of “supporters” = people who act as they should according to the iSteve-logic. At times I’m still baffled how disciplined the subjects of Steve Sailer’s criticism argue along the patented lines of iSteve-predictions about them. So – one more roebuck’s skull at Steve Sailer’s log-cabin wall. Impressive!

  43. danand says:
    @JimDandy

    “It’s his fault Kobe died.”

    Jim, while I have no positive feelings towards Newsom, it was actually his predecessor, Jerry Brown, who killed Kobe. Brown used to say if “he” (California) built more freeways, the people would use them. Brown thought it best that we all walk, or bike, to our jobs, stores, churches and yes, basketball courts:

    “The San Francisco Chronicle blamed Brown and Gianturco for “crippling” the state’s freeway program, saying, “Californians today are paying the price for these politician’s arrogant – and naive – view that drivers could be forced out of their cars by simply not building any more freeways.”

    8CAA6EE0-C615-449E-A002-82B24DE82AFD

    No Brown, no parking lot freeway, no need to chopper.

    As for Kobe, may he rest, I’d bet Trump is smart enough to never ride right seat shotgun with his mitt on the stick; especially when the situation/conditions are less than ideal.

    C7965E05-32CD-4E92-B867-A0B0B1A529D6

    • Replies: @res
    , @JimDandy
    , @Reg Cæsar
  44. @XYZ (no Mr.)

    The only way it would be good times, good times is if you were part of a special quarantine unit keeping the Californians in California. For at least the last decade, ex-Californians have tended to be net negatives on the areas they infest.

  45. @Reg Cæsar

    Also, she didn’t think much of Eastern European Jews.

  46. Clyde says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    Ed Sheeran is married today to the girl who wouldn’t give him the time of day in high school. “money changes everything”
    It’s only him banging away on that cheap toy guitar….No backing musicians so he keep all his concert money. He might deploy sidemen in the recording studio.

    U2 on tour, they have a guy from Texas, he’s playing keyboards beneath the stage. Yes beneath to hide the huge array of equipment and special effects equipment.

    • Replies: @Bugg
  47. @Anonymous

    This exact scene came to my mind as well.

  48. KenH says:
    @Mr. XYZ

    It subsequently became that but also became a Lebensraum for non-whites.

    That’s what our current immigration system has become. It’s Lebensraum and manifest destiny for non-whites.

    • Agree: ben tillman, bomag
  49. Realist says:

    In response to the Supreme Court’s 5-4 decision today that Americans do too have the right to not let in immigrants likely to be deleterious, handsome California governor Gavin “American Psycho” Newsom pondered and pondered:

    What is the point of the the adjective handsome ?

    • Replies: @duncsbaby
  50. Always worth mentioning is that Newson’s ex wife is none other that Kimberly Guilfoyle, current Donald Jr. lover and former member of the Fox News bimbo brigade.

    • Replies: @danand
  51. Rob McX says:
    @Tracy

    It would be nice to see its permanent disappearance, but unfortunately the usual suspects would probably have it reinstated elsewhere, e.g. Mount Rushmore.

  52. @Hail

    So 1970 was the big one. It’s also the year usually cited in “working class Americans haven’t had an increase in income since…”

    But the 60’s felt so good.

    • Replies: @Hhsiii
  53. Newsome isn’t clear here: Is he showing the wretched refuse the door to come in or to go out?

  54. @Jim Given

    When you really need democracy you can only trust the US Congress!

    Consider this: Is Congress the antonym of progress?

    • LOL: Dtbb
  55. Anonymous[245] • Disclaimer says:
    @XYZ (no Mr.)

    Are you purposely eliding that Hillary’s alleged popular vote margin came entirely from California? Or did you just fail to remember?

  56. Rob McX says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    What matters most is that she was a Zionist. She wanted an ethnic homeland exclusively for Jews, while urging the US to turn itself into a demographic dumping ground – you can hardly argue over the term “wretched refuse”. Her poem on the Statue of Liberty is her permanent insult to Americans.

    • Agree: West Reanimator
    • Replies: @Anonymous
  57. fnn says:

    Take the poem down and then ship the statue back to France as a rebuke to their imprisonment of speech criminals. At least in the US we have the decency to concoct fake criminal charges of the ordinary sort to send our political dissidents to prison.

    • Replies: @Dave Pinsen
  58. Hhsiii says:
    @Bill Jones

    Looks like 1980 Fast Times at Ridgemont High era wasn’t too bad, either.

  59. IHTG says:

    Oh hell yes:

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
  60. @Reg Cæsar

    I wouldn’t be surprised if that picture was taken because it prominently features the one black kid who showed up for the ‘climate change” rally.

  61. When Trump was running immigrants were these economic dynamos who couldn’t get welfare. Now denying immigrants their right to free stuff at taxpayer expense is a travesty.
    So it went from immigration helps everyone to you are heartless if you don’t sacrifice for immigrants. They just shape shift and change the justification to whatever

    • Agree: ben tillman
  62. @fnn

    Years ago, Trump wanted to build a statue of Columbus in New York that was taller than the Statue of Liberty: https://www.motherjones.com/politics/2016/06/trump-files-donald-almost-built-gigantic-christopher-columbus-statue/

  63. Bugg says:

    To paraphrase the late Terry Jones, affixing sappy poems to statues is no basis for an system of immigration .

  64. Bugg says:
    @Clyde

    U2 got exposed as nothing more than Brian Eno’s puppets. First when they released their “Achtung Baby” documentary. You guys go to the French Riviera and bang super models, Brian will stay here and write and arrange you some songs. Come back and we’ll have it all set. Then Coldplay, Eno’s other outlet for his post-King Crimson songs and his producing, showed up. And sounded exactly like U2. Eno figured out let some other guys drag their asses all over stadiums across the globe, I’ll take the royalties. And instead of the hassle of his early and not very successful road work in King Crimson, he can stay home and count the money.

  65. @Bugg

    I’m a little vague on Brian Eno. I watched some early Roxy Music videos and Eno didn’t seem to be that good of a musician — more like a Brian Jones-type Idea Man, which can be a very useful thing in a rock band. Did he get better at music as he went along? I’m not trying to put him down in general. Bowie was more of an idea man than a great musician, but he was a great rock star. But I do get the impression that Eno was more of a songwriting contributor as a producer than as a band member in Roxy, which is odd. Roxy later on got more musical when it was Brian Ferry’s toy and concentrated on sheer beauty.

  66. @Hail

    1940 must have been quite the life in Califas.

  67. Has no one asked what we should do when a good portion of Americans are tired, poor, homeless and yearning to breathe free? They’re already here, after all.

  68. Anonymous[337] • Disclaimer says:
    @Dr. X

    Modern version: dredge the slums of Asia Africa Arabia and Latin America and dump them on US schools, hospitals, roads, environment, prisons, government.

    # mass immigration

  69. @Anonymous

    Are you purposely eliding that Hillary’s alleged popular vote margin came entirely from California? Or did you just fail to remember?

    I don’t suppose either are a good approximation, since in California it is regularly the case that the two candidates for major political offices, including in Federal Elections, are Democrats.

    It doesn’t really encourage Republican participation in California elections, since you would regularly have no Republican candidates to support, and you already know how California’s electoral votes will go.

    • Replies: @res
    , @XYZ (no Mr.)
  70. Neuday says:
    @Steve Sailer

    The first lines of Eno’s wikipedia:

    Brian Peter George St John le Baptiste de la Salle Eno, RDI (/ˈiːnoʊ/; born Brian Peter George Eno, 15 May 1948) is an English musician, record producer, visual artist, and theorist best known for his pioneering work in ambient music and contributions to rock, pop, and electronica.[1] A self-described “non-musician”, Eno has helped introduce unique conceptual approaches and recording techniques to contemporary music.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
  71. @Neuday

    Brian Eno wrote the melody for the chorus for the Talking Heads’ biggest hit “Once In a Lifetime.”

    So presumably he was a guy who concentrated on art rather than music when he was a kid, then got into music and turned out to be really good at it as an adult.

    My vague impression is that a huge fraction of English rock musicians in the 1964-1984 era went to art school, much more than in the U.S. where Talking Heads were kind of distinctive for having formed at the Rhode Island School of Design.

  72. @Bugg

    “I know Bono and he knows Ono and she knows Eno’s phone goes thus…”

  73. De bossman I work fo’s a faggit;
    Dat’s my cotton sack, and I gots to drag it.
    While I’s cah’n out my day-to-day duty,
    Mistah Booty-gig, don’t gig my booty!

    This is a parody of an Uncle Remus-style negro dialect; do not whim. THIS MEANS YOU!

  74. @the one they call Desanex

    Damn! I meant to post this on “The Future of the American Wokeplace”. It’ll probably get whimmed, anyway.

  75. carol says:
    @PaceLaw

    Hurdling? Hurtling? Hurling?

  76. Alfa158 says:
    @Anon

    That is in fact the current demographic mix of the city of Los Angeles.
    There are smatterings of more White people in the Orange County to San Diego area, and in Northern California. However they are age skewed toward old people like me, and therefore less likely to be turning out for sports heroes memorials.

  77. res says:
    @danand

    Two telling graphics in this thread which are even better together. Pay more attention to the total population in the second (e.g. the almost doubling from 1970-2018).

    P.S. I am a bit curious why they left 1950 and 1960 out of the second graphic. A quick look at that. This page has 1950 and 1960 total populations (more years included to show % increases): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demographics_of_California#Population

    Census | Pop. | %±
    1940 6,907,387 21.7%
    1950 10,586,223 53.3%
    1960 15,717,204 48.5%
    1970 19,953,134 27.0%
    1980 23,667,902 18.6%
    1990 29,760,021 25.7%
    2000 33,871,648 13.8%
    2010 37,253,956 10.0%

    This digression on Hispanic population in CA and the US ended up being rather long. Hopefully some find it interesting. The graphic of the census race and ethnicity categories from 1790-2010 is probably the most interesting information below so repeated here.
    https://www.census.gov/data-tools/demo/race/MREAD_1790_2010.html

    [MORE]

    I am curious how they got the numbers for the graphic in 1940 given that I don’t see any census category of the Hispanic sort then. They had Mexican in 1930, but then nothing until 1970. That probably explains why no 1950 or 1960 data. This graphic is a good summary of race and ethnicity measurement across the US censuses.
    https://www.census.gov/data-tools/demo/race/MREAD_1790_2010.html

    P.P.S. This is an interesting account of Hispanic population changes in the US.
    The Changing Geography of U.S. Hispanics, 1850-1990
    https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/00221349708978775

    And in California. Note that this talks about Mexican repatriation during the Great Depression so 1940 may be misleading as a base year (funny that the population in Figure 1 below still increased though).
    Latinos in Twentieth Century California: National Register of Historic Places Context Statement
    http://www.ohp.parks.ca.gov/pages/1054/files/latinosmpdf_illustrated.pdf

    This document from the 1990 census casts some light on how they get estimates when there is no explicit question.
    We, the American Hispanics
    https://www.census.gov/prod/cen1990/wepeople/we-2r.pdf
    From Figure 1 (might be fun to compare their 1992-2050 projections with reality):

    Note: Data for 1930 include only “Mexicans,” data for 1940 include persons of “Spanish mother tongue,” and data for 1950 and 1960 include persons of “Spanish surname.”

    That probably explains why the graphic included 1940 data but not 1950 and 1960.

    This document has some detailed data by race for various California cities in Table 5. I have been unable to find California totals for 1930 (anyone have them?)–especially with the “Mexican” category used (this table breaks that out as a separate row)–but the city data makes the 1940 about 10% nonwhite figure for CA in the original graphic believable to me.
    Historical Census Statistics On Population Totals By Race, 1790 to 1990, and By Hispanic Origin,
    1970 to 1990, For Large Cities And Other Urban Places In The United States
    https://www.census.gov/population/www/documentation/twps0076/twps0076.pdf

    The 1930-1940 category gyrations are interesting (hence why the 1930 results are given in two versions in Table 5).

    In the 1930 census only, there was a separate race category for Mexican. This population corresponded generally to the population of Mexican ancestry who were born in Mexico or with parents born in Mexico; however, it should be noted that the resulting count of the Mexican population was undoubtedly low because some people of Mexican ancestry did not want to be identified as such (Chapa, 2000). The race category of Mexican was eliminated in 1940, and 1930 race data were revised to include the Mexican population with the White population. In the tables in this report, 1930 census data are shown both ways: with Mexican included with White, and with Mexican shown separately in the space available in the “Other race” column.

    • Replies: @danand
  78. res says:
    @Alec Leamas (hard at work)

    It doesn’t really encourage Republican participation in California elections, since you would regularly have no Republican candidates to support, and you already know how California’s electoral votes will go.

    The idea is that it gives Republicans a chance to vote for the more moderate Democrat in the general election. Think about it as a decision tree with three candidates.

    1. Extreme D
    2. Moderate D
    3. R

    Since a Democrat is almost always going to win CA general elections, the “Top-Two Primary” may give Republicans a chance to participate in the 1. vs. 2. battle. Making it more likely 2. wins.

    Anyone have any thoughts on how well this idea matches reality and whether or not it is a good thing in practice?

    • Replies: @Alfa158
    , @Lot
    , @AnotherDad
  79. @Mr. XYZ

    The West already gave its best try 150 to 50 years ago, with a lot more altruism than the Chinese will have, I assure you. I have no problem with the Chinese giving colonialism a good go, though. Maybe 100 years from now, the Africans will have a brand-new excuse for their failures.

    Chinaman to African: “I make you dear you no carra lefuse.”

    • Replies: @Paleo Liberal
  80. @Dr. X

    “If you’re going to San Francisco,
    be sure to wear some brand-new underwear …”

  81. danand says:
    @MikeatMikedotMike

    “Newson’s ex wife is none other that Kimberly Guilfoyle, current Donald Jr. lover and former member of the Fox News bimbo brigade.”

    Mike, funny how a lot of these guys, Trump Jr, Bezos, Hunter Biden, etc…, tend go for the “vetted” women

    • Replies: @SunBakedSuburb
  82. @Alec Leamas (hard at work)

    In the 2018 election Newsom’s opponent was a Republican. So it is an absolutely valid comparison. (A bland California Republican who didn’t even vote for Trump in 2016.) Cox was anti-abortion — hard for California — but otherwise unremarkable, and certainly better than Newsom. The fact that Newsom won at margins not seen since the early to mid 20th Century in California does make it plain to me most California voters are inept.

  83. Anonymous[174] • Disclaimer says:
    @Rob McX

    What matters most is that she was a Zionist. She wanted an ethnic homeland exclusively for Jews, while urging the US to turn itself into a demographic dumping ground – you can hardly argue over the term “wretched refuse”. Her poem on the Statue of Liberty is her permanent insult to Americans.

    What it amounts to is theft. The French gave us the statue to celebrate our tradition of liberty. The open borders folks showed up at America’s birthday party without a gift then decided to switch name tags, so to speak, telling us (and the whole world) that the statue – in spite of its name – symbolizes immigration, not liberty. And stealing that gift has allowed them to steal the whole country. More and more the Statue of Liberty reminds me of the Trojan Horse. At least the Trojans rued the day they let the horse within their walls. We openly celebrate our Trojan Horse.

  84. fish says:
    @Hail

    The GAVIN 2024 presidential campaign leaps into action with an “all virtue signaling, all the time” platform!

    • Replies: @danand
  85. @Anonymous

    ‘Alleged’? Nonsense. Some illegal immigrants and green card holders in California vote — illegally. But not nearly enough to change massive vote totals. It would have taken 1.5 million of these votes, or the equivalent ballot stuffing, to change any popular vote totals in 2016. I’ve lived in both the Bay Area and Los Angeles, and among the accentless English speaking denizens there is remarkable uniformity of political thought — mostly liberal drivel. California elections absolutely capture the views of legal citizens here — there is no getting around that fact. If that wasn’t the case, California would be radically different, and people in surrounding states wouldn’t be constantly bitching about ‘Californication’ happening to their communities when ex-Californians move in.

    And Trump won in the way that mattered.

  86. nymom says:

    I thought this was always the policy until fairly recently that is…when did it change and why.

    It doesn’t make any sense to let someone with the potential to be a burden on the tax payers become a citizen…

  87. JimDandy says:
    @danand

    Ok, it was a conspiracy of powerful white men who killed Kobe.

  88. @Dieter Kief

    You are wrong. If I could figure how to put a jpg on Unz, I’d post a photo of Greta cuddling with her mom on a chair with a 2nd chair in the background.

    Below the photo is the catalog of the 2 chairs. One is 9450 Euro. The other is 8690 Euro.

    Greta is rich. She is retarded. She is a fraud.

    • Replies: @Dieter Kief
  89. @JimDandy

    Kobe died because Kobe didn’t want to travel by chauffeured car. The rate of casualty by helicopter is up with death by motorcycle.

    His impatience and privilege killed him, his daughter and thee others.

    • Replies: @JimDandy
  90. danand says:
    @fish

    “The GAVIN 2024 presidential campaign leaps into action with an “all virtue signaling, all the time” platform!”

    Fish, Gavin’s certainly met all the prerequisites:

    CB055E96-BFDF-41A8-ABF1-367049C4077E
    146489CF-EEE1-468B-AB24-AD0B798FF4ED
    6A8BDFFE-8213-4B24-95A5-D9140A923582
    A5AA5A0A-E212-4143-B0B8-9B2DFABA2630
    74C1C6C6-F1D1-4247-987B-CB4059123102

  91. The irritating thing about that poem is that it wasn’t attached to the Statue of Liberty until twenty years after the fact — and it was attached because a wealthy New York Jewess was concerned to prevent any restrictions being placed on the flood of her co-religionists pouring into the United States, fleeing persecution poverty in Eastern Europe.

    …the statue was never intended to symbolize an eternal willingness to admit all and sundry — and even the poem was only motivated by a desire that we keep letting in certain sundries. The authoress wasn’t talking about Chinese, or Slovaks, or Irishmen. She certainly wasn’t talking about Mexicans.

    It was Jews that we needed to keep letting in. That was the point.

  92. @Achmed E. Newman

    The Belgians in the Congo and the Russians in the Aleutian Islands were pretty much the opposite of altruistic. Not to mention the Spanish in the Americas.

    I know, most of those examples were not Africa, but it is hard to imagine the Chinese could be worse than the Belgians.

  93. @Hail

    “Destination, Governor Gavin’s place.”

    It’s a tomb beneath Nancy Pelosi’s mansion in Pacific Heights. Governor Gavin also keeps a coffin in a Fair Oaks house that sits on a bluff overlooking the American River.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  94. anon[457] • Disclaimer says:

    Gavin’s poem way too 19th century. Let’s bring it up to the current year San Francisco standards!

    Give me your tired, your poor,
    Your huddled masses yearning to poop freely,
    The wretched refuse of your teeming shore.
    Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to my bower,
    I lift my lamp beside the golden shower!

  95. @Bugg

    “U2 got exposed as nothing more than Brian Eno’s puppets.”

    Achtung Baby (1991) is some mighty fine puppetry.

    • Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard
  96. @danand

    This harpy was Gavin’s vampirella, a Fox News skirt, and is President Blumpft!’s son’s concubine. Doesn’t this prove that it’s all a scam?

  97. @Dieter Kief

    But the Thunberg’s aren’t rich and I doubt that Greta makes a lot of money.

    By global standards, the Thunbergs are very rich.

    https://fabiosa.com/ctentlfs-rsyml-auimk-pbimk-phemk-environmental-activist-greta-thunberg-comes-from-a-very-succesful-and-wealthy-family-meet-her-parents-and-younger-sister/

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malena_Ernman#Operas

    “Ernman revealed that the dress for her Eurovision performance cost 400,000 kronor (€37,471) and was made by designer Camilla Thulin.”

    10 Countries With The Highest Amount Of Income Inequality (Based On Gini Index)

    Netherlands: 0.902
    Russia: 0.879
    Sweden: 0.867
    United States: 0.852
    Brazil: 0.849
    Ukraine: 0.847
    Thailand: 0.846
    Denmark: 0.838
    Philippines: 0.837
    Saudi Arabia: 0.834

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/camilomaldonado/2019/10/23/credit-suisse-top-1-own-nearly-50-of-global-wealth-and-chinas-wealthy-now-outnumber-americas/#3909ce9f2ede

    • Replies: @Dieter Kief
  98. If dead poets decide our national policies, does that mean Allen Ginsberg gets to determine our age of consent laws?

  99. @SunBakedSuburb

    Governor Gavin also keeps a coffin in a Fair Oaks house that sits on a bluff overlooking the American River.

    While his donors prefer the Russian River.

    http://www.russianrivertravel.com/gay/events.htm

  100. Can gov newsome provide an addendum with his home address and directions to his house?

  101. JimDandy says:
    @restless94110

    Add to that the fact that he used his pull to fly in fog that had grounded most other helicopter flights at that time.

  102. Alfa158 says:
    @res

    I haven’t asked them outright but my impression is most California Republicans simply abstain from voting for either Democrat where those are the only candidates for an office. Any California Democrat is going to be choice between Trotsky or Lenin. It isn’t that any of them are less radical than the other. They all have the same tasks on the To Do list and only disagree about arranging prioritization of the tasks on the list. Is it #1 Free healthcare for all and #2 Criminalization of hate (I.e dissident) speech, or is it #1 Criminalization of hate (I. e. dissident) speech and #2 Free healthcare for all.

  103. @restless94110

    The Thunberg / Ernmann family business (music production) is doing well – solid middle class, but they are not rich. According to the quite rigorous Swedish tax bureau, their 2018 turnover was 360.000 Euros – turnover, before Swedish taxation, mind you – and that was three people working for this music production firm. So you are somewhere between an engineer and a dentist. – Well off, ok, I’d agee upon that.

    These chairs in their home are just solid European middle-class accessories if ever there was one. My wife relaxes on a quite similar one in the next room. The Eames-chairs are made in a factory not far from here in the Black Forest by German craftspeople. I recommend those chairs actually. They are comfortable – ours is twenty years old by now and good for another twenty years quite easily – useful, nice and decent.

    https://www.vitra.com/de-de/product/lounge-chair  

    You did not mention that Greta is a-sexual (=modern version of a Virgin – she impersonates Purity (cf. Jonathan Franzens novel with this title) ). People like that – cf. David Guterson’s insightful novel – Our Lady of the Forest. Guterson especially saw a lot of the recent Greta-hype coming.

    • Replies: @restless94110
  104. @Reg Cæsar

    By global standards, the Thunbergs are very rich.

    True. But seen from the Swedish perspective, they earn what engineers or dentists earn – solid middle class – – cf. my comment No. 107 with some details.

    The Greta book of Malena Earnman sold 60 000 copies – not bad, but if you consider the Swedish taxes, nothing that generates riches.

  105. If dead poets decide our national policies, does that mean Allen Ginsberg gets to determine our age of consent laws?

    Age of consent is notoriously not a national policy.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ages_of_consent_in_North_America#United_States

    https://ultimateclassicrock.com/jerry-lee-lewis-married-cousin/

    https://allthatsinteresting.com/myra-gale-brown-jerry-lee-lewis

  106. bomag says:
    @Mr. XYZ

    If the West doesn’t like the fact that Africa accepts Chinese deals, how about the West offer Africa some better deals?

    We’ll see if Africa Wins Again. How’s that port of Mombasa working out?

    • Replies: @Mr. XYZ
  107. @Steve Sailer

    After he left Roxy Music, Brian Eno went on to write, produce, and perform on four straight solo albums. All four are considered masterpieces of a sort. They are: “Here Come the Warm Jets,” “Taking Tiger Mountain by Strategy,” “Before and After Science,” and “Another Green World.” They are all brilliant, witty, and musically and sonically adept, and the first two rock pretty hard. Eno at his earliest rockin’ self sounds a little like Iggy Pop with a brain inserted. It is good, good stuff. It’s all much better than anything Roxy Music ever did.

    After that, Eno invented a sub genre called ambient music which has its merits, but I can’t blame its detractors. Then he produced Talking Heads and U2 at their creative peaks.

    The guy’s no slouch.

  108. @South Texas Guy

    “…putting that stupid poem on the Statue of Liberty was one of the dumbest things done at the time.”

    Or any time.

  109. Lot says:
    @res

    “ Anyone have any thoughts on how well this idea matches reality and whether or not it is a good thing in practice?”

    It does result in more moderate Dems than separate primaries would. There are also fluke elections where you have both top 2s being GOP because the larger Dem vote split 5+ ways. On balance, it is good for the GOP, for independents, and for moderate Dems.

    However, quite often in the D v D contests, the ones who make the play for the center and right vote, and then win, just vote exactly as leftist as their opponent would have. For example, Ro Khanna knocked off Mike Honda by running to his right and getting most non-Dem votes, but now in office he votes the same hard left manner as Honda.

    The overall impact is thus positive but pretty small. If you’d like additional evidence, check how much the hard left in California dislikes top 2.

  110. @SunBakedSuburb

    Achtung Baby (1991) is some mighty fine puppetry.

    That really was U2’s last great album.

    Zooropa was good, yet generally underrated/underappreciated.

    POP had many interesting moments and really captured the late ’90s zeitgeist.

    Everything after that was lame and necessary, save for a few bright spots here and there.

    The fringe benefits of being in U2 are also outstanding:

    https://www.huffpost.com/entry/bonos-french-vacations-wi_n_138063

  111. I would never vote for him if I lived in his state. He does have a nice hair style. Maybe that’s why California people voted for him?

  112. @Reg Cæsar

    I didn’t “agree” with my own comment. The Kindle blinked just as I exhaled, or something.

    Is there a way to remove such button-bump boners?

    • Replies: @Dissident
  113. Tusk says:
    @Mr. XYZ

    Well I was largely being sarcastic so no need to get offended. Africa didn’t want Western help in developing infrastructure and social structure so I say let China do what they want with them, but they should stop receiving aid and go to China instead of the West as immigrants in that case.

  114. @danand

    if “he” (California) built more freeways

    California is built up. Where would you build new freeways today without encroaching on others’ property rights? Death Valley? Yosemite?

    Above the old ones? Yeah, right…

    California doesn’t need more freeways. California needs fewer people. And many are indeed leaving– but being more than replaced.

    • Agree: Rob McX
  115. @Lot

    An outfit named Demographia analyzed 309 metropolitan areas around the globe for housing affordability. At #304, only five cities were worse than Los Angeles (Hong Kong was by far the worst). L.A. (where I live) is the worst in our nation, but from 296 to 304 it’s pretty much all California.

    http://demographia.com/dhi.pdf

  116. Clyde says:
    @Bugg

    The highlight of U2’s career was when they got booed and demonstrated against at Glastonbury for dodging Irish taxes. Protester had banners unfurled.
    Next down on the highlight reel was when the so called Edge had Malibu blocking him from building five houses on a cliff overlooking the Pacific ocean.
    Third down was phony Bono crashing his bicycle in Central Park, NYC, causing a tour to be cancelled. He messed up a shoulder and arm to where he could not play guitar. I don’t wish this on anyone but this is what took place.

    Eno was a genius but Roxy’s best album was Avalon and was post Eno by 10-15 years.

    • Replies: @ben tillman
  117. @The Germ Theory of Disease

    After that, Eno invented a sub genre called ambient music

    Elevator music not only antedates Eno’s “invention” , it predates Eno himself.

    Erik Satie berated an audience at a premiere for listening intently to his new piece. He wanted them to converse and read, with his tinkling in the background.

    • Replies: @Bugg
  118. Bugg says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    In the early 1980s, worked as a bank teller. The bank featured Muzak, and the songs they would turn into that would always be surprise. But hearing Yes’s “Owner of a Lonely Heart” turned into Muzak will stay with me forever.

    • Replies: @Clyde
    , @Anonymous
    , @Reg Cæsar
  119. Mr. XYZ says:
    @bomag

    Would the loss of Mombasa be temporary or permanent?

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    , @bomag
  120. @Clyde

    I enjoyed the U2 anecdotes, but surely Stranded and Country Life were Roxy’s best albums.

    • Replies: @Clyde
  121. Clyde says:
    @ben tillman

    Brian Ferry comes off as a politically conservative alpha. One or more of his sons is involved in fox hunting and rural pursuits. Got arrested.

    Rock star Bryan Ferry was booed and jeered by his fellow musicians at the Q awards ceremony as he spoke in support of his son, Otis, one of eight pro-hunt demonstrators who stormed the House of Commons in September, angered by the government’s plan to ban fox-hunting.
    Collecting the award for lifetime achievement for his band Roxy Music, Ferry announced: “I would like to dedicate this award to my brave son Otis.” The audience, which included U2, Sir Elton John and Elvis Costello, was audibly unreceptive.

    Until yesterday, Ferry had declined to comment on his son’s involvement with the pro-hunt lobby and in particular the events of September 15, when the protesters succeeded in sneaking into the Commons dressed as construction workers before storming the floor of the house.

    Ferry was born working class.

  122. Clyde says:
    @Bugg

    But you cannot beat the Tijuana Brass for elevator music. Their tunes done lite-style by anonymous elevator musicians. Number two is Henry Mancini.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  123. @Dieter Kief

    My family was middle class. I was middle class for many years and now in my old age am lower class. I have never ever ever ever known anyone in the middle class in my family and friends who owned a 10,000 dollar chair. Let alone 2.

    If you own one? You are rich. Not middle class.

    • Replies: @Dieter Kief
    , @ben tillman
  124. Anonymous[427] • Disclaimer says:
    @Bugg

    Muzak has one virtue for songwriters. Although the Muzak company technically owns all its own muzak, media and all, it seems like once they do a song it never quite gets totally out of the play cycle, so you get at least a little mailbox money forever from songs that they “cover”. Nigel Harrison told me that one of the songs he co-wrote with D on The Hunter (Blondie’s least successful first-time-around album and effectively their swan song) still gets him a check from Muzak every year that pays for some bill or other. And there is nothing that they can do ever to stop it.

    Apparently they pay because some buildings have old tapes or hard drive storage and it’s too much bother to update them so as long as they run, the building owners pay a check to Muzak every year and they in turn make royalty payments. The building owners do not really care or know what the songs are. It either makes a sound in the background or it doesn’t.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  125. @Bugg

    But hearing Yes’s “Owner of a Lonely Heart” turned into Muzak will stay with me forever.

    What the heck kind of song doesn’t even have a verb in the title line? (Or is written by two Trevors?)

  126. @Mr. XYZ

    Would the loss of Mombasa be temporary or permanent?

    Or even noticed?

    • Replies: @Mr. XYZ
  127. Anonymous[427] • Disclaimer says:
    @Clyde

    The Ramones Songbook as played by the Nutley Brass.

    Note the album cover, which predates Big LMM’s Valve Bone Woe by twenty years.

  128. danand says:
    @res

    “it should be noted that the resulting count of the Mexican population was undoubtedly low because some people of Mexican ancestry did not want to be identified as such”

    Res, it was not atypical up until around the mid ‘80’s to have a younger person of Mexican origin/ancestry tell me they were from Hawaii when I met them. I don’t remember Hispanic as really being part of the lexicon then? In any event, it seemed their primary motivation was not to be thought of as a “beaner”, rather than a worry of apprehension/deportation.

    At that time, in what was to become silicon valley, there were at least a few hispanic families living in most neighborhoods. Lightly sprinkled would be household of African Americans, or one of Japanese ancestry. The other “groups” from the far East who came to dominate the valley, were rare birds then. Portuguese, who had tended to cluster in their own hoods, had just started to dissolve amongst the mix.

  129. @Reg Cæsar

    Thanks for the correction. I guess I did confuse the two.

    Still a dumb poem, though. But I guess even if it had never been put on the statue, lefties would find something else to equate with words from on high, either in or out of context. Note, lefties love to quote Jefferson’s ‘All men are created equal,’ as rank hypocrasy vis a vis blacks. I truly doubt he meant it to extend that far, but I could be wrong. I’ve only read a few of his writings (and he wrote quite a bit), so I don’t know for sure.

  130. pirelli says:
    @BenKenobi

    Agreed. He’s just being the voice of reason… The boy next door.

  131. duncsbaby says:
    @Realist

    I think that’s actually a part of his official title now, “Handsome California Governor, Gavin Newsom.”

  132. duncsbaby says:
    @The Germ Theory of Disease

    Taking Tiger Mountain by Strategy is amazing.

  133. When I lived in the UK, my visa said quite clearly, in all-caps, “NO RECOURSE TO PUBLIC FUNDS.”

    Only now am I realizing how oppressed I was. I should have had the government before a magistrate.

  134. @restless94110

    I – like many middle-class people I know, including my wife – have never owned a new car or a house – new or old, in my entire life. How about you?

    The Thunberg Earnmn family with their 2018 income after taxes of maybe 200 000 Euros are by the usual European sociological standards simply solid middle class. – Heck, a Zürich Reformed priest or an ordinary Gymnasium-teacher makes 130 000 Euros / year. And maybe 20 % of those own neither a house nor an apartment or a car, but do enjoy Vitra-furniture…

    • Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard
  135. @res

    The idea is that it gives Republicans a chance to vote for the more moderate Democrat in the general election. Think about it as a decision tree with three candidates.

    I understand this if you are stuck in California, paying taxes, etc. etc.

    But my take is that when faced with a choice between Democrats, go with the most minority candidate. And punish the people most responsible for wrecking America.

    Priority 1:
    Don’t let Jews who have pushed minoritarianism on us, from having (direct) power. They should get what they asked for–their minority pets in power.

    Priority 2:
    Don’t let traitorous fellow-traveller whites have power. They too should get what they asked for–minority rule.

    Vote against:
    — Jewish men
    — Jewish women
    — White men
    — White women

    … on down to

    — Muslim women
    — Black women

    Vote to increase the outward “minority character” of the Democrats. Make reality explicit and “increase the contradiction!”

  136. Separate nations.

    I’m fine with Gavin Newsom–or anyone else–who wants to live with foreigners in their rainbow hued diversitopia. By all means … do so.

    But that is not what Newsom–or Chuckie Schummer or Brett Stevens or any of these other politicians or squawkers–actually want.

    Rather, these folks want to *force* me and millions of other Americans to live with an endless stream of foreigners. They precisely do not want us to have our historic American nation rooted in the people and culture of Western Christian civilization–precisely why America has been a great place to live.

    In short these folks are not insisting on–nor motivated by–what they want, they are insisting on wrecking what i want–and a good 100-200 million other Americans want–the right to live in our nation.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  137. Mr. XYZ says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    By whom? By the Kenyans themselves?

  138. @AnotherDad

    What would America’s demographics look like if we expelled California?

  139. J.Ross says:

    San Francisco has a city $#!&lord, not a hated conservative reviled by scatologically obsessed trust fund afterbirths but an actual city official pretending to be in charge of San Francisco’s out of control sidewalk excrement public health crisis. He’s in trouble, not for failing to control the sidewalk leavings or for deliberately importing epidemiological vectors (both of which he should be in trouble for), but because on top of everything else he’s one of those icebox Democrats.

    https://www.foxnews.com/us/san-francisco-public-works-official-arrested

    Anon said:

    I would like to point out that yesterday SF activated an emergency operations center, apparently with an emergency operations budget, in preparation for a possible coronavirus outbreak. Presumably, this is because coronavirus poses a public health crisis to SF. No one will ask why flying diseased foreigners onto our shores is official policy. No one will ask why this budget was not used to remove AIDS infected needles from playgrounds and human [spoor] from sidewalks. No one. This [African-American gentleman] got fired for being a corrupt piece of [San Francisco], but no one will ask the right questions.

  140. @Anonymous

    Muzak has one virtue for songwriters.

    Sammy Cahn said he loved hearing his songs in elevators, because knew he was being paid. Even though his contribution, the words, wasn’t included.

  141. @Dieter Kief

    I – like many middle-class people I know, including my wife – have never owned a new car or a house – new or old, in my entire life. How about you?

    These days, with so many high-quality CPO off-lease vehicles that have manufacturer’s warranties behind them there is really no good financial argument for eating the depreciation involved in purchasing a new automobile.

  142. @Reg Cæsar

    So, Sammy Cahn was happy, not that his work brought pleasure to other people, or because his skill drew recognition, but just because $$$.

    Huh.

    I’m not even going to bother with the sentence-completion here.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  143. @restless94110

    I have never ever ever ever known anyone in the middle class in my family and friends who owned a 10,000 dollar chair. Let alone 2.

    If you own one? You are rich. Not middle class.

    I agree. I’ve been in two homes of people then on the Forbes 400 list and another home of a borderline billionaire, and I never saw a $10,000 chair.

  144. @The Germ Theory of Disease

    So, Sammy Cahn was happy, not that his work brought pleasure to other people, or because his skill drew recognition, but just because $$$.

    Have you heard of multivariate analysis? One doesn’t preclude the others.

    (((Samuel Johnson))) said, “No man but a blockhead ever wrote, except for money.” Two centuries before Cahn.

  145. bomag says:
    @Mr. XYZ

    The Chinese get the revenue stream from the port.

  146. Lagertha says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    I really realized how ridiculous I am – wasting time on iSteve space, and all. I must thank you for pointing out my hubris and songs.: I still like Sheeran, but, wth, I am old and boring, It was hard to lose my dog this week, whatever.

    • Replies: @Dissident
  147. Dissident says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    Is there a way to remove such button-bump boners?

    I don’t think a “reaction” can be completely removed but you can switch one reaction to a different one simply by clicking on the one you want to switch-to.

  148. Dissident says:
    @Lagertha

    I really realized how ridiculous I am – wasting time on iSteve space, and all. I must thank you for pointing out my hubris and songs.: I still like Sheeran, but, wth, I am old and boring, It was hard to lose my dog this week, whatever.

    1.) I’m sorry to hear that. My condolences.

    2.) Don’t be so hard on yourself. I doubt too many people have a problem with the occasional music video being posted. As long as it doesn’t get excessive.

  149. Lagertha says:

    you are so kind and thoughtful. I am the most feelingish person on iSteve. It makes me embarrassed, of course, but I know I can’t control my emotions. I do hope that I educate a mostly, male demography, here, to understand that there are even more angles to understanding a problem in world issues. We can’t just squash everyone – although I would like to axe their heads off…but ” that’s not who we are, anymore,” in 2020, I suppose.

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