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Along those lines, from the Washington Post news section:

Army sergeant arrested after shoving Black man, saying he’s ‘in the wrong neighborhood’ in viral video

Sheriff calls alleged assault of Black man by Army member in South Carolina ‘unnecessary’

By Hannah Knowles and Meryl Kornfield
April 15, 2021 at 2:02 p.m. PDT

An Army sergeant and instructor in South Carolina was charged Wednesday with third-degree assault after a video captured him shoving a young Black man and saying he was “in the wrong neighborhood,” authorities said.

Obviously, he just attacked some random black youth because he hates all blacks.

The confrontation from earlier this week near Columbia, S.C., sparked a public outcry, and protesters crowded Wednesday on the sidewalk outside the home of the soldier, 42-year-old Jonathan Pentland, who is White. The video stoked long-standing concerns about harassment faced by Black Americans, and law enforcement and Army officials condemned Pentland’s behavior as “disturbing” and as bringing “disrespect” on Fort Jackson, the large training center where he was stationed.

“We’re not going to let people be bullies in our community,” Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott said at a news conference Wednesday. “And if you are, you’re going to answer for it, and that’s what we’ve done in this case.”

The Justice Department is investigating, military officials said, and Pentland is suspended from his instructor duties while his case pends. Calling the widely circulated video “our most valuable piece of evidence,” Lott thanked the person who filmed it and urged people to work with law enforcement “to make sure that we prevent the incident that occurred on Monday from ever happening again.”

The Washington Post could not reach Pentland for comment, and it was not immediately clear whether he has a lawyer. He was arrested Wednesday morning and transferred to Fort Jackson authorities late in the evening, officials said.

Pentland has said he feared for his and his wife’s safety, and the young man is accused of earlier assaults.

Eh, what?

In the video, posted Monday night on Facebook, a young Black man stands on a residential sidewalk near a man identified by officials as Pentland. The confrontation unfolded outside Pentland’s home, officials say.

“Go away, right now,” Pentland says in the first of many commands to leave the area.

“Call the police!” replies the young man, whom authorities declined to identify on Wednesday. Off-camera, a woman who Pentland identifies as his wife shouts that law enforcement have already been called.

Pentland asks the man, “What it is you’re doing here?” and accuses him of “aggressing the neighborhood” and then shoves him as he walks away.

The man tells Pentland that he lives in the area and is “not harassing anyone walking through the neighborhood.” The woman speaking off-camera says later that the young man “picked a fight with some random young lady that’s one of our neighbors.”

“I didn’t do anything,” the young man says at one point.

“I’m about to do something to you,” Pentland says.

The sheriff’s department said Pentland pushed the man again after the video ended, knocking a phone from the man’s hand as he took pictures of the home.

Wow, what a racist! Okay, I’m going to stop reading at this point and post this article all over social media to show how evil white people are.

Two reports of alleged assault were also made against the young man after deputies responded Monday, according to the sheriff’s department, and they are being investigated. The young man has “an underlying medical condition that may explain the behavior exhibited in the alleged incidents,” the agency said.

On April 8, one incident report says, the man allegedly put his arm around a woman’s waist, put his hand down the right side of her shorts and then put his arm back around her waist as her pants were partly down. On April 10, another report alleges the man repeatedly picked up a baby without permission and tried to walk away.

Yeah, okay, I guess he’s an insane sex criminal and baby-snatcher, but the point is, he’s black. And the guy defending women and babies is white. Anyway, I already publicly made up my mind on this so I’m not going to let some trivia about attempted rape and attempted kidnapping change my mind.

Pentland told officers who had responded to a “physical dispute” Monday that he pushed the man “in fear for his safety and the safety of his wife,” according to the incident report.

Deputies were told that the man approached “several neighbors in a threatening manner” and that someone had asked Pentland to “intervene,” the agency said in a statement.

Authorities sought to focus Wednesday on Pentland.

Attempted sexual assault and attempted kidnapping are not something we should focus on when we could focus on RACISM.

“There was some other things that occurred that really doesn’t justify the actions of” Pentland, Lott said at Wednesday’s news conference. He added, “None of them justified the assault that occurred.”

“It was terrible, it was unnecessary, it was a bad video,” he added. “The young man was a victim, the individual that was arrested was the aggressor, and he’s been dealt with accordingly.”

Pentland is a sergeant first class, according to military officials. Social media accounts linked to Pentland said he was a drill sergeant and has been stationed at Fort Jackson since 2019, according to the Associated Press. A Facebook account that appears to be Pentland’s was taken down Wednesday night.

Brig. Gen. Milford H. Beagle Jr., Fort Jackson’s commanding officer, tweeted Wednesday that the “unfortunate incident” had “brought disrespect to @fortjackson our Army and the trust with the public we serve.”

Sorry to get off track, but General Milford Beagle? I’ve long had this Boy-named-Sue-type theory that prominent military figures tend to have grown up with hilarious names.

I now see he’s Milford Beagle, Jr.

iSteve commenter Barack Obama’s Secret Unz Account explains:

Jerry: Why do presidents all have these bad names? Woodrow, Grover, Millard …

George: The presidency attracts the badly named. Their ambition is based on personal insecurity. It’s a classic male overcompensation.

The Post goes on to quote Gen. Milford Beagle:

He promised “transparency” and shared an earlier statement that “the leaders at Fort Jackson in no way condone the behavior depicted” on the video.

Asked at the news conference about people protesting in the neighborhood, the sheriff said there was “no problem with people peacefully protesting.”

In videos shared on Snapchat and photos posted on Twitter, the crowd congregated past sunset, listening to speakers with a megaphone who spoke about racism, while deputies appeared to be monitoring the group. Two yard signs that said “Black Lives Matter” and “It’s about us” were at one point erected on Pentland’s lawn.

What started out as peaceful demonstrations became “disruptive,” a sheriff’s department spokeswoman said Wednesday evening. Deputies were called after 8 p.m. because “unknown protesters” vandalized the house, according to Deputy Sara Blann; they closed access to the street and surrounding area for nonresidents and took Pentland’s family to another location.

BLM should build a cross featuring a crucified black man on Pentland’s lawn and burn it.

 
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  1. • Replies: @JimDandy
    @Anonymous

    They really love that Proud Boys line, don't they?

    , @Clyde
    @Anonymous

    Twitter is an instant organizing and harassment tool for black idlers, ne'er-do-wells and pests. There is twitter and then there is a black twitter. A favorite expression is, "twitter do yo thing", when they are out to cancel a white person for a nothing infraction. Blacks love these virtual mobbings and lynchings. They don't know their way around computers but they do know their iPhones and Samsungs and social media.

    Same as a woman I knew who was always frustrated by her various Windows laptops. When she bought an Apple tablet the dumbed down Fisher-Price GUI made instant sense to her.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    , @Bigdicknick
    @Anonymous

    The sad truth is many If not most blacks have more empathy for a villain of their own race than a hero of another

    Replies: @AceDeuce, @Anonymous

    , @El'geherg
    @Anonymous

    Standard black behavior, one on one gets his ass kicked so they form a pack and go after the guy.

    Replies: @Richard B

    , @Bite Moi
    @Anonymous

    The local sheriff,police,and all the news media carefully avoided giving the name of the poor,"done been done wrong",innocent black man.Possibly to deny us "raciss" White people the ability to find out if he had 50 priors.

  2. Thou shall not offend the black god in any shape or form. To even question his motives in thought is heresy, and a sin against the church of negrolatry.

    • Agree: El Dato
    • Thanks: Just another serf
    • Replies: @CharChar51
    @Caspar Von Everec

    ....don't forget to capitalize the B in black....or else you're racist.

  3. “I didn’t do anything,” the young man says at one point.

    LOL

    • Replies: @Paperback Writer
    @GeneralRipper

    At least this one used proper grammar.

    , @Hannah Katz
    @GeneralRipper

    So the young man's name is "Dindu Nuffin" in this case?

  4. Dissident799 says:

    My mom was visiting a couple of days ago and turned on her local news which is a Columbia SC station. There was a story about the black man who murdered the six white people in Rock Hill. There was no mention of the murderer’s race or the fact that all the people he killed were white, just the fact that the slain doctor had formed a coalition with a black church in the area some time before he was killed.

    Then they had this story. They made explicit the fact that it was a white man “assaulting” an innocent black kid. They interviewed the molester’s mom and she said it was a case of racism and encouraged people to come out and protest. She made no mention of the sexual assault or attempted child abduction and apparently the news didn’t see fit to investigate enough to find out about it.

    • Replies: @Buzz Mohawk
    @Dissident799

    Who/whom.

    It's fucking over. The only way out is not something we can even talk about. Plus, it won't happen. As I say, it's over, people. Make your plans, and rejoice only in the knowledge that after were are dead and gone, those lesser creatures who are being shepherded in to REPLACE us will live forever in a brown sewer without us.

    It's no joke. It's obvious now. The only alternative to this future is very bloody, very violent, and it results in a regression to ancient times before all the modern comforts our people came to take for granted.

    Maybe that will happen, but I doubt any of us here will be around to find out. You should thank God for that.

    Replies: @Paperback Writer, @Je Suis Omar Mateen, @Clyde, @Buzz Mohawk, @Corvinus

    , @Rouetheday
    @Dissident799

    Last night Don Lemon had a Black female from the SC state legislature on to talk about this incident. She almost certainly knows all the particulars of this story but neither she nor Lemon brought up the allegations against this little creep. She also claimed this neighborhood is majority Black. I'm skeptical about that, but if it's true, or it at least has a significant number of Blacks, that makes it much less likely the sergeant was motivated by racism when he told the guy he didn't belong in the neighborhood.

    I'm hearing from family in Columbia that this guy is also suspected of squatting in an empty home in that neighborhood. He does actually live in an adjacent neighborhood with his parents so I would imagine he uses the squat house to get high and party with his homies (assuming there are any homies who will have anything to do with him).

    The latest word is the guy's parents have checked him into a psychiatric facility. Partly to gain sympathy for him, partly to keep him away from further interactions with the media and the law, but mainly because he truly, desperately needs psychiatric help.

    Replies: @notsaying, @Freedom Awaits

    , @The Last Real Calvinist
    @Dissident799

    I went back over to ESPN to see if they had any follow-up story on the Phillip Adams murder case. They did: LINK

    I don't suggest anyone bother reading this cursory, unhelpful article. Its contents can be reduced to two simple 'truths':

    1) There is no discernible motive for this incident. No one knows anything about Adams's connections to the doctor and his family.

    2) Phillip Adams was by all accounts a lovely man who must have been driven to killing by Reasons, likely CTE.

    On thing that I suppose is interesting is the tone that David Newton, the ESPN writer, takes in attributing the crime to Adams. Although there's nothing technically wrong with Newton's reporting, it's easy to sense how hard he's rowing upstream against the Narrative by revealing even the basic facts of the murder:


    According to officer Kyle Merck's recount [sic] of what happened from one of the victims, who was still alive and alert at the scene with multiple gunshot wounds, a "black male'' emerged from the woods around the Marshall Road home wearing a black hoodie, camouflage pants and "opened fire.''

    The victim, Robert Shook, one of two HVAC technicians working at the home, "then stated the suspect went into the house, then exited and went back through the woods the way he came.''
     

    Note how Newton is so terrified of portraying a black man as a criminal that he removes his own authorial voice from the identification of the murderer via two levels of distancing. First he makes it clear he's only quoting the police officer who made the latest statement at a press conference. And then Newton carefully places "black male" in quotation marks in order to attribute this radioactive phrase to the poor HVAC guy who managed to survive briefly after being gunned down. It's much safer if this now-dead guy takes the blame for telling the truth/making a racist accusation.

    Replies: @Alden

  5. anonymous[139] • Disclaimer says:

    Hoboy, I just knew there was more to this story as I glossed over it. Probably made out the punk to be a thief scoping out the neighborhood or something similar. They should have pressed charges against this sex assaulter rather than ask their neighbor to help them out. Walking off with a child is some serious stuff. No good deed goes unpunished. What a crock this is, a left wing lynch mob. Facts don’t matter anymore just the fairytale narrative.

    • Replies: @Anon
    @anonymous

    If you are confronting a bad guy and you sense someone is recording, keep audibly repeating why you are confronting him. “You can’t grope women or snatch babies here.” CNN might remove the sound (removing your vocal justification, your alibi ) from the video, but the Daily Mail would keep the audio. (Would I have remembered to repeat an audible justification? No.)

    Replies: @anonymous, @anon

    , @James Forrestal
    @anonymous


    What a crock this is, a left wing lynch mob.
     
    Except that it's not a "left wing" lynch mob -- it's an anti-White lynch mob.

    - Start with heavily-promoted, recurrent "news" media narratives that amount to anti-White stochastic terrorism

    - Target a random White for for a specific attack via a combination of "viral" social media campaigns and the "news" media [i.e. exemplary punishment for the "crime" of being White]

    - Announce that the target [the White sergeant in this case] has been declared an "outlaw" in the original etymological sense of the term -- literally "outside the protection of the law."

    - Incite a lynch mob to attack the target and his family

    - Tell other Whites that expressing self-hatred and demonstrating out-group preference are "high status" behaviors for people of European descent, and that if they engage in "enough" of these sorts of behaviors, they'll probably be spared from similar witch hunts/ lynchings.

    Rinse, repeat, intensify.

    Systemic semitism in action. Strange that the Twitter censorship committee isn't banning anyone for inciting the lynch mob... or perhaps not so strange, since it's run by a semitic supremacist anti-White hate group:

    https://duckduckgo.com/?q=adl+twitter+trust+and+safety&ia=web
  6. BLM should build a cross featuring a crucified black man on Pentland’s lawn and burn it.

    Perfect.

  7. That Soldier is (unjustly) screwed, careerwise. NCOs chosen as Drill Sergeants are on the fast track to reach the highest enlisted ranks. Not this guy, anymore.

    He’s also meant to be an object lesson to any White man who stands up to a troublemaking negro (“I didn’t do anything,”) for any reason whatsoever, no matter what the provocation or justification – you WILL be screwed.

    I can’t say he did anything wrong at all, he did what any man of any race should do when the safety of his family, home, and neighbors is threatened. But he is definitely screwed, no matter what Jamal did.

    • Replies: @vhrm
    @Charles St. Charles

    For men in general and military people in particular there's a fairly strong sense that you shouldn't mess with someone in their house. It's only a guess but i think in this situation even black soldiers would tend to side with him and therefore would be ticked off if he were punished harshly.

    I somewhat hope that his chain of command has some balls and gives him a minimal slap on the wrist that ends up not derailing his career. But he absolutely could be thrown under the woke bus as you say.

    Replies: @AceDeuce, @AndrewR, @Hibernian

    , @BB753
    @Charles St. Charles

    I wouldn't serve in an army that treats me like a second-class citizen anyway.

    Replies: @bro3886

    , @Malcolm X-Lax
    @Charles St. Charles

    I know it would be taken down immediately, but if any gofundme type of site exists, I'll send him $100 and hopefully thousands of other would too so he can move give these the middle finger as he leaves.

    , @415 reasons
    @Charles St. Charles

    It’s almost like the media is training white people that it’s best to live in a “segregated” neighborhood where you won’t get into these no-win interactions.

    Replies: @Abolish_public_education

    , @bro3886
    @Charles St. Charles

    Any white man that joins the military deserves to get his legs blown off, deserves anything he gets. Did the dog expect to be treated as a human because he furiously licks his master's hand? Thank you for your service Sgt., now get to the back of the line. You are lower on the totem pole than an insane black sex criminal. This is what you fight for, fool.

  8. The son of Tom Hanks produced this White supremacist music video called ‘White Boy Summer.’

    Watch it here. It’s pretty cool.

    I see this as a major turning point.

    Beware, POC. The White Boy Summer is here.

    • LOL: Trinity
    • Replies: @JimDandy
    @JohnnyWalker123

    They will find a way to send him to prison.

    Replies: @Ben tillman

    , @Nikolai Vladivostok
    @JohnnyWalker123

    I heard about this. Was not aware it featured so many bums bouncing in faces.
    Low as we have stooped, I think we can do a little better than this.

    , @JohnnyWalker123
    @JohnnyWalker123

    https://twitter.com/Breaking911/status/1383236967240929294

    You guys thought we were kidding?

    The White Boy Summer is just getting started.

    Replies: @Anon, @Mr. Anon

    , @Anonymous
    @JohnnyWalker123

    That was absolutely dreadful.

    In olden days, when giants still roamed the earth, pop singers could actually sing:

    https://youtu.be/1sFy5_kmEi4

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @JohnnyWalker123, @jamie b.

    , @AndrewR
    @JohnnyWalker123

    Sounds like he said the "n-word" which I won't type out lest Sailer faint in shock. "Lemme see a n---- twerk"

    , @Nodwink
    @JohnnyWalker123

    Chet Hanx joined the Australian Navy?

    , @The Wild Geese Howard
    @JohnnyWalker123


    Beware, POC. The White Boy Summer is here.
     
    Is that better or worse than white boy day?

    https://youtu.be/N9MEGa7snqc
    , @Frank McGar
    @JohnnyWalker123

    My ideal white boy summer doesn't involve hordes of fat black women. But that's just me.

    , @Paul Jolliffe
    @JohnnyWalker123

    JW,

    Did you see that the FBI is leading the narrative in the Indianapolis shooting?
    They immediately acknowledged that they were notified by the Indianapolis PD because of police concerns about un “items” (which the FBI refused to identify) were found in Hole’s bedroom.
    The FBI then claimed that they found no evidence of either a crime or a “racially motivated ideology.”
    The police then housed Hole in a temporary mental facility because Hole’s mother feared he would commit “suicide by cop.”
    The shotgun taken from Hole’s house in 2020 was never returned, yet somehow, this mentally unstable young man, known to both local and federal law enforcement, then got his hands on a separate long gun -seemingly in violation of existing laws- and apparently murdered eight people before shooting himself.
    Yet another “lone wolf” shooter (for mysterious reasons) turns out to have files with not only the local police, but the feds.

    Huh.

    No pattern here . . .

    And the type of weapon he used just happens to fill the need to provide “evidence” that such weapons should be banned.

    And, he’s dead. So no uncomfortable questions can be asked about any further contact he had with law enforcement enforcement at any level, especially the feds.

    Replies: @JohnnyWalker123

  9. I think we’ve seen from one famous example after another that Violence Against Women doesn’t count when the Numinous Ones are in play. Pretty much like every other rule, it’s for white people only.

    The video stoked long-standing concerns

    Videos do stuff like that, don’t they?

    P.S. The sheriff isn’t on your side, the cops aren’t on your side , the mayor’s not on your side, the media aren’t on your side. The system isn’t on your side, and TPTB most definitely aren’t on your side. Proceed accordingly.

  10. Thanks, I was waiting for the context. Poor lad, sounds like he suffers from Rapebehaviorsitis. He really is an Emmett Till for our times.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @JimDandy

    https://twitter.com/sooji_namtv/status/1382371753779941378

    "Emmett Till" can be heard in the last few seconds, after an eyewitness tries to explain there's been allegations of sexual assault.

  11. “who is White”

    https://books.google.com/ngrams/graph?content=who+is+white&year_start=1800&year_end=2019&corpus=28&smoothing=3&case_insensitive=true#

    It’s a shame the NYT chronicle tool got removed, I presume because Steve kept doing searches for Emmet Till. Or maybe I just can’t find it, but their new R&D page that the old chronicle page links to no longer has it.

    Interesting ngram pattern anyway, the phrase first jumps to a peak in 1968ish, the height of racial strife in the US before declining and beginning to raise again a generation later and now post-2014. Every generation.

    • Replies: @Hangnail Hans
    @Altai

    There was a period (I'm unclear on the exact dates) maybe late 70s or 80s to 2010? When it seemed like blacks and whites might have been able to find a way to get along in this country.

    But TPTB don't want any of that.
    Doesnt serve their purposes.

    Replies: @Altai

    , @res
    @Altai

    Was there ever any explanation for why the NYT Chronicle went away? I suspect the reason is something like what you described, but have not seen any real discussion.

    This July 2019 page was interesting. Notice how many of the links are broken less than two years later.
    https://www.tigerdroppings.com/rant/politics/the-media-creates-controversy-nyt-word-usage-frequency-from-1970-2018/83902315/

    One of the non-broken links. Notice iSteve comment and observation that LexisNexis can be used to do the same thing as the NYT Chronicle. Does anyone here have access to a subscription?

    Archive page of the first broken link with 1970-2018 plots for 100 words after the MORE. I wonder if this is what caused the NYT Chronicle to disappear? Here is Steve's article mentioning this graphic at the time.
    https://www.unz.com/isteve/insert-the-unbearable-whiteness-of-something-pun-here/
    And another from Steve at Taki.
    https://www.takimag.com/article/the-great-awokening-conspiracy-theory/

    Does anyone know what happened to David Rozado's Media Analytics site?



    https://web.archive.org/web/20190610205917/https://i.imgtc.ws/yFSEQch.jpg

  12. Sorry to get off track, but General Milford Beagle? I’ve long had this Boy-named-Sue-type theory that prominent military figures tend to have grown up with hilarious names.

    Sorry to stay off track, but there also seems to be a fair amount of momma’s boys who historically ascended to high places.

    General Douglas MacArthur’s mom is said to have taken up residence at a hotel just off campus when Dugout Doug was a cadet at West Point. She stayed there to be close to her Dougie.

    I stayed there at the same place as a guest of a graduate who hosted a business meeting at the alumni center on campus. Very small room in that old hotel. Lots of interesting stories. Cadets like my colleague had to remember them and recite them for upperclassmen or drop for pushups. That’s how I know why the statue of Patton looking through binoculars is facing the library from just a few yards away: The joke was that he had trouble finding the library when he was a cadet at the academy.

    • Thanks: Polemos
    • Replies: @Barack Obama's secret Unz account
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Interesting. I can't find the quote, but some politician - I think American - made a speech explaining his vote for women's suffrage, where he said he was votin' fer it 'cause his momma told him to.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    , @Alden
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Franklin Roosevelt, only child of a mother many years younger than the father, actually lived with his mother during college and law school. Twice she moved to rent a house they lived in.

    When he married, Mommy bought 2 adjoining townhouses. She had a hole knocked through the common wall. She didn’t install a door, just a short passageway through which she walked several times a day.

    Mommy, not Mrs Roosevelt hired the help, selected furniture, supervised the kids.

    Mommy Roosevelt could do this because the young Roosevelt’s had no money if their own. Just Franklin’s earnings. If they wanted to live the life of the really rich, they needed Mommy’s money and her conditions.

  13. Ohhhhh. Okay. That explains it.

    I saw some images from this posted by some black people I know, basically insinuating that all black people should show up and “teach this white cracka a lesson.” None of it linked to news stories or provided any context. There were some photos of a big white guy confronting a black dude, then photos of a huge black crowd protesting in front of his house.

    I figured there HAD to be something more to it, because in 2021, normal white people (the guy looked pretty fit, clean-cut, noticeable tattoos) should be smart enough to never confront blacks without a very, very good reason.

    So, the guy’s life is ruined because he was trying to defend his wife and his neighborhood from a lunatic.

    Message: White people should never, ever interact with blacks for any reason.

    And if you have to call the cops on a black person, be sure to make the situation sound as dire as possible. None of this, “yeah there’s this black dude acting weird and bothering folks, maybe send a squad car down here to check it out.” You should be screaming, “there’s this man out here who’s attacking women! He tried to attack my wife! Oh my God! Please send help! I think he might be high on PCP!”

    That way, if the cops show up and end up killing him, and the news media plays the 911 call for everybody on earth to hear, nobody will accuse YOU of causing the man’s death because you reported somebody “walking while black.”

    • Replies: @Mr. Blank
    @Mr. Blank

    I meant "NO noticeable tattoos," sorry...

    , @International Jew
    @Mr. Blank


    nobody will accuse YOU of causing the man’s death
     
    Wrong. You — because of your 911 call — will be the costar of that show. Costar at least; you'll be the star if the responding officer was not white. The media will publish your face and yoir name and your address.

    But you should still call 911 (and skip the theatrics). The vast majority of 911 calls do not result in a shooting. The day we stop reporting crime is the day we've really become slaves.

    Replies: @HammerJack

    , @Sean
    @Mr. Blank



    And if you have to call the cops on a black person, be sure to make the situation sound as dire as possible. None of this, “yeah there’s this black dude acting weird and bothering folks, maybe send a squad car down here to check it out.” You should be screaming, “there’s this man out here who’s attacking women! He tried to attack my wife! Oh my God! Please send help! I think he might be high on PCP!”

     
    I disagree, the police are wise to that kind of thing, and the person taking the call will be trained to pick your story apart with questions. No one call is going to work. What you need to do is all call at once with the same story, the truth will be enough. If it is not prioritised and the man is gone by the time the police arrive then so much the better.

    That way, if the cops show up and end up killing him, and the news media plays the 911 call for everybody on earth to hear, nobody will accuse YOU of causing the man’s death because you reported somebody “walking while black.”
     

    The guy wasn't moving along., so a call to the police would be reasonable. Soldier boy's neighbors asked him to handle it because they were reverse Karens aware that calling the police on someone who happened to be black was best avoided. So they put it on him to handle it in personal confrontation , which was orders of magnitude more likely to place him in reputational and legal jeopardy. What a fool he was not to just agree then quietly call the police.

    On an episode of the Joe Rogan Experience writer Malcolm Gladwell:


    “Serpico is an Eastern. It's a crooked cop, it’s the bad apple who has screwed up… there are lots, tons and tons, of Hollywood movies are Easterns. “The Northern is the case where law and order exists, and law and order is morally righteous. The system works. The show, Law and Order, is a Northern. It's a functioning apparatus of justice which reliably and accurately produces the correct result in confronting criminality every single day when it's on TV.

    “The Southern is where the entire... all John Grisham novels are Southern. They are where the entire apparatus is corrupt.

    “So in the Western, there is no system. In the Northern, there's a system and it's fantastic. In the Eastern, the system is reformed from within, but in the Southern the system has to be reformed from without. "
     

    7:35 if it doesn't itself

    https://youtu.be/OnEjzmR9Hvw?t=399

  14. General Milford Beagle

    • Thanks: Abe
    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @JMcG

    He da dawg!

    Replies: @RichardTaylor

    , @El Dato
    @JMcG


    Brig. Gen. Milford H. Beagle Jr., Fort Jackson’s commanding officer, tweeted Wednesday that the “unfortunate incident” had “brought disrespect to @fortjackson our Army and the trust with the public we serve.”
     
    All that authority: Gone.

    https://i.postimg.cc/TPbHxRW4/Something-from-the-funnies.png
    , @The Alarmist
    @JMcG

    Lulz ... Beagle. Who’s a good boy!

    , @The Wild Geese Howard
    @JMcG


    General Milford Beagle
     
    The worn-out t-shirt collar is the kind of attention to detail I really like to see from a flag-level officer.
    , @Dmon
    @JMcG

    https://www.aspcapro.org/sites/default/files/styles/image_component/public/image-paragraph/marketing_materials_sample.jpg?itok=h4v7jIrB

    Replies: @Alden

  15. @Mr. Blank
    Ohhhhh. Okay. That explains it.

    I saw some images from this posted by some black people I know, basically insinuating that all black people should show up and "teach this white cracka a lesson." None of it linked to news stories or provided any context. There were some photos of a big white guy confronting a black dude, then photos of a huge black crowd protesting in front of his house.

    I figured there HAD to be something more to it, because in 2021, normal white people (the guy looked pretty fit, clean-cut, noticeable tattoos) should be smart enough to never confront blacks without a very, very good reason.

    So, the guy's life is ruined because he was trying to defend his wife and his neighborhood from a lunatic.

    Message: White people should never, ever interact with blacks for any reason.

    And if you have to call the cops on a black person, be sure to make the situation sound as dire as possible. None of this, "yeah there's this black dude acting weird and bothering folks, maybe send a squad car down here to check it out." You should be screaming, "there's this man out here who's attacking women! He tried to attack my wife! Oh my God! Please send help! I think he might be high on PCP!"

    That way, if the cops show up and end up killing him, and the news media plays the 911 call for everybody on earth to hear, nobody will accuse YOU of causing the man's death because you reported somebody "walking while black."

    Replies: @Mr. Blank, @International Jew, @Sean

    I meant “NO noticeable tattoos,” sorry…

  16. @JohnnyWalker123
    The son of Tom Hanks produced this White supremacist music video called 'White Boy Summer.'

    Watch it here. It's pretty cool.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DK44ojVwVKs

    https://twitter.com/Independent/status/1376152322737328131

    I see this as a major turning point.

    Beware, POC. The White Boy Summer is here.

    Replies: @JimDandy, @Nikolai Vladivostok, @JohnnyWalker123, @Anonymous, @AndrewR, @Nodwink, @The Wild Geese Howard, @Frank McGar, @Paul Jolliffe

    They will find a way to send him to prison.

    • Replies: @Ben tillman
    @JimDandy

    No jury will convict. Charges will be dropped before trial.

  17. Here’s the unanswered question, who recorded this and posted it? If this kid was roaming around causing trouble, it’s likely that it was a sting to get this sort of footage.

    • Agree: Alden
    • Replies: @Marat
    @gent

    A less sophisticated version of the Central Park Birder.

    , @Anonymous
    @gent


    Here’s the unanswered question, who recorded this and posted it? If this kid was roaming around causing trouble, it’s likely that it was a sting to get this sort of footage.
     
    Interesting theory. The kid was remarkably poised while being confronted by Pentland. Said all the right things. Didn’t seem to fear for his safety.

    Replies: @A noonie moose

    , @El Dato
    @gent

    There are always helpful matrons of 25+ stone swarming around, filming everything in which a black gentleman or a nazi racist is involved.

    Former "contradictory statements" have now become "contradictory mp4 cuttings". Frankly bizarre.

    Also, we are not talking about a "gated community" here, right?

    Weird people, Black Twitter / BLM riffraff assembly ... maybe that gate needs an upgrade.

    , @Dissident799
    @gent


    Here’s the unanswered question, who recorded this and posted it? If this kid was roaming around causing trouble, it’s likely that it was a sting to get this sort of footage.
     
    The person who recorded it is Shadae McCallum. You can probably guess her race.

    Shadae McCallum was going on a walk near her home Monday evening when she says she saw a woman yelling at a young Black man nearby.

    “Once it started to get more physical and Jonathan’s wife says the police is coming, I said, ‘oh my goodness if this isn’t documented someone can spin this in a whole other direction,’” she said.


    In particular, she said it hurt her to hear someone tell a young Black man that he was “in the wrong neighborhood,” and needed to “get out.”

    “It could have rubbed me the wrong way because he could’ve easily said I didn’t belong here and I live here,” she said. “I never thought I would be the one behind the camera recording something like this it’s been very emotional and overwhelming.”

    Neighbors said they are familiar with the victim and he does live nearby.

    Notice a couple of hints in the article. It was a woman yelling at the black guy at first before the white guy got involved. Also, it says that the neighbors are familiar with the "victim."

    https://www.wistv.com/2021/04/15/woman-behind-viral-video-soldiers-confrontation-with-black-man-shares-what-happened/

    Replies: @Lurker

    , @Buck Ransom
    @gent

    That's what I thought. It looks like a total setup. Now they can use this as a basic template to repeat in the burbs everywhere.

  18. • Replies: @YetAnotherAnon
    @JMcG

    Maybe Sheriff Leon Lott just has a soft spot for men who are alleged to have committed sexual assaults, whether they be young "mentally ill" black guys or his deputies.

    , @res
    @JMcG

    An interesting aspect of that article is it never gave the first name of the guilty deputy. Though it did give the first names of the two others discussed.

    Found it here, along with a picture.
    https://www.fitsnews.com/2021/03/31/sheriff-of-the-year-protected-richland-county-cop-who-preyed-on-kids-for-years-court-docs-say/

    First name Jamel.

    , @JohnnyWalker123
    @JMcG

    Thanks.

    It's remarkable how all these abusers can get away with this bad behavior for years.

    It makes you wonder why. Do these abusers have blackmail on people in powerful places? Is this blackmail used as leverage that can be traded for protection?

    Do these abusers function as pimps, procuring sexual partners for powerful people? Then they get away with their own indiscretions, knowing that they can call on their powerful friends to do them favors?

    It's interesting to speculate.

    Replies: @JMcG

  19. S says:

    Sorry to get off track, but General Milford Beagle? I’ve long had this Boy-named-Sue-type theory that prominent military figures tend to have grown up with hilarious names.

    The name is remindful in a way of Colonel Rock (specifically Colonel Warren Rock), who oversaw the Army’s initial Article 32 hearing looking into the possible guilt of Jeffrey MacDonald in his 1970 family murder case.

    The name and title of Colonel Rock, like General Beagle, doesn’t quite seem real.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @S

    Basil Plumley, who was played by Sam Elliott in Mel Gibson's "We Were Soldiers," had the name of a member of Wodehouse's Drones Club.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Basil_L._Plumley

    Replies: @James J O'Meara, @S

    , @James J O'Meara
    @S

    Kubrick, or the screenwriter, had some classic ones in Strangelove, of course. Like the titular Dr., they all have some association with sex, if you think about it long enough.

    Gen. Jack D. Ripper
    Maj. Kong
    Pres. Merkin Muffley
    Gen. "Buck" Turgidson

    OK, maybe not "Bat" Guano.

    The main joke being that nobody is "getting any". Turgidson's called away from his mistress, Ripper "denies them my essence," etc. Even Guano gets a Coke facial.

    Personally, I've always admired Gen. Curtis Goatheart, who narrates the "official stolen govt. training film" on "How to Handle an Alien Invasion" on the Firesign Theater's Everything You Know is Wrong lp.

    https://www.angelfire.com/md/k3ky/page23.html

    , @Barack Obama's secret Unz account
    @S


    The name and title of Colonel Rock, like General Beagle, doesn’t quite seem real.
     
    This latest video felt a bit fishy, too - it kind of seemed like the participants were acting, and badly - but maybe I've just been reading too many conspiracy theories.
  20. Fight back.

    Stop giving your money to your enemies.

    Boycott Hollywood.
    Boycott the mainstream media.
    Boycott woke big business.
    Boycott woke academia.
    Minimize your support for the government – use every possible legal tax avoidance strategy.

    • Agree: Dnought
    • Replies: @John Milton’s Ghost
    @John Gruskos

    I’m looking at retiring somewhere in Eastern Europe. They know what it’s like to have freedoms taken away there

    , @Another Canadian
    @John Gruskos

    I appreciate the sentiment, however, if you don't watch movies, don't own a TV, won't take packages from Amazon or drink pop, won't go to school and continue to get in trouble with the IRS won't you end up like the Unibomber?

    Replies: @John Gruskos

  21. @Charles St. Charles
    That Soldier is (unjustly) screwed, careerwise. NCOs chosen as Drill Sergeants are on the fast track to reach the highest enlisted ranks. Not this guy, anymore.

    He’s also meant to be an object lesson to any White man who stands up to a troublemaking negro (“I didn’t do anything,”) for any reason whatsoever, no matter what the provocation or justification - you WILL be screwed.

    I can’t say he did anything wrong at all, he did what any man of any race should do when the safety of his family, home, and neighbors is threatened. But he is definitely screwed, no matter what Jamal did.

    Replies: @vhrm, @BB753, @Malcolm X-Lax, @415 reasons, @bro3886

    For men in general and military people in particular there’s a fairly strong sense that you shouldn’t mess with someone in their house. It’s only a guess but i think in this situation even black soldiers would tend to side with him and therefore would be ticked off if he were punished harshly.

    I somewhat hope that his chain of command has some balls and gives him a minimal slap on the wrist that ends up not derailing his career. But he absolutely could be thrown under the woke bus as you say.

    • Replies: @AceDeuce
    @vhrm

    As ol' Ernie wrote "Isn't it pretty to think so?"

    The military has gone full negro many moons ago. They're going to nail this poor SOB to the wall.

    If the races were reversed and the incident 100% otherwise the same, he'd be getting lined up for an award.

    , @AndrewR
    @vhrm

    What did the black boy even do to roid boy "in his house?" It's not at all clear why Pentland did this. They were on the sidewalk anyway which is public property. You're just making things up, just like blacks do. And the military went full BLM last year so Pentland is screwed.

    Replies: @vhrm

    , @Hibernian
    @vhrm

    Even a slap on the wrist can derail a military career when time for a promotion or retention board comes around. There is an up or out rule for enlisted personnel which is relatively loose at junior levels but gets to be like the one for officers at senior enlisted levels.

  22. @S

    Sorry to get off track, but General Milford Beagle? I’ve long had this Boy-named-Sue-type theory that prominent military figures tend to have grown up with hilarious names.
     
    The name is remindful in a way of Colonel Rock (specifically Colonel Warren Rock), who oversaw the Army's initial Article 32 hearing looking into the possible guilt of Jeffrey MacDonald in his 1970 family murder case.

    The name and title of Colonel Rock, like General Beagle, doesn't quite seem real.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @James J O'Meara, @Barack Obama's secret Unz account

    Basil Plumley, who was played by Sam Elliott in Mel Gibson’s “We Were Soldiers,” had the name of a member of Wodehouse’s Drones Club.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Basil_L._Plumley

    • Replies: @James J O'Meara
    @Steve Sailer

    Hitler supposedly thought Wodehouse's characters were accurate portrayals of Brits, and so had no doubt his army could beat them.

    Replies: @Anon, @Anonymous, @duncsbaby, @Spect3r, @Lurker

    , @S
    @Steve Sailer

    Yes, his was the character in Gibson's Vietnam War movie that preferred using a pistol in combat, and said he would kill anyone who called him 'Grandpa'. With the given name of Basil, understandably, there might of been a little bit of over compensating going on.

  23. Most here don’t need one, but for a postgrad course in negrology, head over to Twitter and read through the blechpipo’s Tweets on the various threads regarding this. Illuminating. There’s no living with the Children of Ham.

  24. @Dissident799
    My mom was visiting a couple of days ago and turned on her local news which is a Columbia SC station. There was a story about the black man who murdered the six white people in Rock Hill. There was no mention of the murderer's race or the fact that all the people he killed were white, just the fact that the slain doctor had formed a coalition with a black church in the area some time before he was killed.

    Then they had this story. They made explicit the fact that it was a white man "assaulting" an innocent black kid. They interviewed the molester's mom and she said it was a case of racism and encouraged people to come out and protest. She made no mention of the sexual assault or attempted child abduction and apparently the news didn't see fit to investigate enough to find out about it.

    Replies: @Buzz Mohawk, @Rouetheday, @The Last Real Calvinist

    Who/whom.

    It’s fucking over. The only way out is not something we can even talk about. Plus, it won’t happen. As I say, it’s over, people. Make your plans, and rejoice only in the knowledge that after were are dead and gone, those lesser creatures who are being shepherded in to REPLACE us will live forever in a brown sewer without us.

    It’s no joke. It’s obvious now. The only alternative to this future is very bloody, very violent, and it results in a regression to ancient times before all the modern comforts our people came to take for granted.

    Maybe that will happen, but I doubt any of us here will be around to find out. You should thank God for that.

    • Disagree: Abe, S
    • Thanks: Neoconned
    • Troll: Corvinus
    • Replies: @Paperback Writer
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Never give up. Never give up. Never, ever give up. What was lost can be regained.

    , @Je Suis Omar Mateen
    @Buzz Mohawk

    "It’s fucking over. The only way out is not something we can even talk about....
    It’s no joke. It’s obvious now. The only alternative to this future is very bloody, very violent"

    Will never happen. Viz: 13 months and counting of mandatory facediapering - without a shot fired or even a gun brandished. Over a mild flu. White American males are punk-muzzled cowards and deserve genocide. Richly.

    Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard, @AndrewR, @Richard B

    , @Clyde
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Summary of your post is that we are not headed towards Brazil and Brazilification. We are headed towards South Africa. If/when MMT poops out this will accelerate. When their EBT cards come up all zeros in their accounts.

    MMT being modern monetary theory that the Federale Reserve Bank can create trillions of new dollars forever. Xi and Putin are thinking bring it. When MMT implodes they will move gold into being the world's reserve currency and both nations have the tons of gold bars in reserve to pull this off. China is now the world's largest miner-producer of gold.
    ______________

    Russia overtakes China in gold reserves race to end US ...
    https://www.rt.com/business/419820-russia-outpaces-china-gold
    Feb 26, 2018 · It has increased its holdings every month since March 2015. Russia is now among the top five gold holders after surpassing China, which reportedly holds 1,843 tons. Over the last 15 years, Moscow and Beijing have been aggressively accumulating gold reserves to cut their dependence on the US dollar. “Interestingly, both Russia and

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Buzz Mohawk

    , @Buzz Mohawk
    @Buzz Mohawk

    L friggin O L. I love the "Troll" button from "Corvinus."

    "Abe" and "S" can legitimately disagree with me, but Corvi here once again demonstrates that he is nothing more than a real troll.


    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_Vp325B17yjE/Seztv-mrcCI/AAAAAAAABGM/NVbjZEV6KnU/s400/homme_le_plus_gros_du_monde.jpg

    Replies: @res

    , @Corvinus
    @Buzz Mohawk

    You meekly lamenting "it's over" is telling about your character. You say there is but one alternative, but you won't even do anything about it. So much for the angry Anglo-Saxon going all Hulk and throwing out their enemies from helicopters Pinochet style!

    Replies: @Polemos

  25. @vhrm
    @Charles St. Charles

    For men in general and military people in particular there's a fairly strong sense that you shouldn't mess with someone in their house. It's only a guess but i think in this situation even black soldiers would tend to side with him and therefore would be ticked off if he were punished harshly.

    I somewhat hope that his chain of command has some balls and gives him a minimal slap on the wrist that ends up not derailing his career. But he absolutely could be thrown under the woke bus as you say.

    Replies: @AceDeuce, @AndrewR, @Hibernian

    As ol’ Ernie wrote “Isn’t it pretty to think so?”

    The military has gone full negro many moons ago. They’re going to nail this poor SOB to the wall.

    If the races were reversed and the incident 100% otherwise the same, he’d be getting lined up for an award.

  26. @Charles St. Charles
    That Soldier is (unjustly) screwed, careerwise. NCOs chosen as Drill Sergeants are on the fast track to reach the highest enlisted ranks. Not this guy, anymore.

    He’s also meant to be an object lesson to any White man who stands up to a troublemaking negro (“I didn’t do anything,”) for any reason whatsoever, no matter what the provocation or justification - you WILL be screwed.

    I can’t say he did anything wrong at all, he did what any man of any race should do when the safety of his family, home, and neighbors is threatened. But he is definitely screwed, no matter what Jamal did.

    Replies: @vhrm, @BB753, @Malcolm X-Lax, @415 reasons, @bro3886

    I wouldn’t serve in an army that treats me like a second-class citizen anyway.

    • Replies: @bro3886
    @BB753

    Second class citizen? Silence slave! Your only value is the labor you are forced to do for your enemies.

  27. Brig. Gen. Milford H. Beagle Jr. is a negro. Jonathan Pentland is screwed.

    I say again to white males, do not join the military.

    • Disagree: Abe
    • Replies: @Gordo
    @Mike Tre


    I say again to white males, do not join the military.
     
    Join for what you can get out of it.
  28. @Charles St. Charles
    That Soldier is (unjustly) screwed, careerwise. NCOs chosen as Drill Sergeants are on the fast track to reach the highest enlisted ranks. Not this guy, anymore.

    He’s also meant to be an object lesson to any White man who stands up to a troublemaking negro (“I didn’t do anything,”) for any reason whatsoever, no matter what the provocation or justification - you WILL be screwed.

    I can’t say he did anything wrong at all, he did what any man of any race should do when the safety of his family, home, and neighbors is threatened. But he is definitely screwed, no matter what Jamal did.

    Replies: @vhrm, @BB753, @Malcolm X-Lax, @415 reasons, @bro3886

    I know it would be taken down immediately, but if any gofundme type of site exists, I’ll send him $100 and hopefully thousands of other would too so he can move give these the middle finger as he leaves.

  29. @JohnnyWalker123
    The son of Tom Hanks produced this White supremacist music video called 'White Boy Summer.'

    Watch it here. It's pretty cool.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DK44ojVwVKs

    https://twitter.com/Independent/status/1376152322737328131

    I see this as a major turning point.

    Beware, POC. The White Boy Summer is here.

    Replies: @JimDandy, @Nikolai Vladivostok, @JohnnyWalker123, @Anonymous, @AndrewR, @Nodwink, @The Wild Geese Howard, @Frank McGar, @Paul Jolliffe

    I heard about this. Was not aware it featured so many bums bouncing in faces.
    Low as we have stooped, I think we can do a little better than this.

  30. @Steve Sailer
    @S

    Basil Plumley, who was played by Sam Elliott in Mel Gibson's "We Were Soldiers," had the name of a member of Wodehouse's Drones Club.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Basil_L._Plumley

    Replies: @James J O'Meara, @S

    Hitler supposedly thought Wodehouse’s characters were accurate portrayals of Brits, and so had no doubt his army could beat them.

    • Replies: @Anon
    @James J O'Meara


    Hitler supposedly thought Wodehouse’s characters were accurate portrayals of Brits, and so had no doubt his army could beat them.
     
    His army did beat them.
    , @Anonymous
    @James J O'Meara

    I don't think that's true, as Hitler fought on the Western Front and so was well aware of the military capabilities of the Brits and French. (He never fought the Russians though.)

    It is true however that Dr. Goebbels was a big fan of Wodehouse, and encouraged the reading of his books in the propaganda ministry.

    , @duncsbaby
    @James J O'Meara

    As opposed to Hitler the German soldiers themselves had more respect for British soldiers than they did for the Americans. I remember a bit from the book, A Bridge Too Far, where one of the German commanders refers admiringly to the Brits' phlegmatic demeanor.

    , @Spect3r
    @James J O'Meara

    You mean like they did in Dunkirk?

    Replies: @BB753

    , @Lurker
    @James J O'Meara

    AH was very widely read and I doubt his views were based solely on the work of Wodehouse. Not to mention facing British troops on the Western front.

  31. That’s Gen. Beagle JR. So apparently daddy Beagle thought he turned out OK, so the kid would too.

  32. @JMcG
    https://home.army.mil/jackson/application/files/4815/4939/9105/Brigadier-General-Milford-Beagle-Jr-200x250.png

    General Milford Beagle

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @El Dato, @The Alarmist, @The Wild Geese Howard, @Dmon

    He da dawg!

    • Replies: @RichardTaylor
    @Reg Cæsar

    As you can see, these articles are too consistently anti-White to be an accident. They go out of their way to describe White people the way the Nazis described Jews in their most vulgar propaganda.

    All the "elite" establishment mainstream media outlets do it. It's yet another piece of the coordinated attack against White people, which I'm sure you'll agree brings to mind certain UN conventions.

    Replies: @Mr. Blank, @Anonymous

  33. @S

    Sorry to get off track, but General Milford Beagle? I’ve long had this Boy-named-Sue-type theory that prominent military figures tend to have grown up with hilarious names.
     
    The name is remindful in a way of Colonel Rock (specifically Colonel Warren Rock), who oversaw the Army's initial Article 32 hearing looking into the possible guilt of Jeffrey MacDonald in his 1970 family murder case.

    The name and title of Colonel Rock, like General Beagle, doesn't quite seem real.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @James J O'Meara, @Barack Obama's secret Unz account

    Kubrick, or the screenwriter, had some classic ones in Strangelove, of course. Like the titular Dr., they all have some association with sex, if you think about it long enough.

    Gen. Jack D. Ripper
    Maj. Kong
    Pres. Merkin Muffley
    Gen. “Buck” Turgidson

    OK, maybe not “Bat” Guano.

    The main joke being that nobody is “getting any”. Turgidson’s called away from his mistress, Ripper “denies them my essence,” etc. Even Guano gets a Coke facial.

    Personally, I’ve always admired Gen. Curtis Goatheart, who narrates the “official stolen govt. training film” on “How to Handle an Alien Invasion” on the Firesign Theater’s Everything You Know is Wrong lp.

    https://www.angelfire.com/md/k3ky/page23.html

    • Thanks: S
  34. Stop trying to cheer me up.

  35. @Anonymous
    https://twitter.com/LoLoVonZ/status/1382709470455869448

    Replies: @JimDandy, @Clyde, @Bigdicknick, @El'geherg, @Bite Moi

    They really love that Proud Boys line, don’t they?

  36. @gent
    Here's the unanswered question, who recorded this and posted it? If this kid was roaming around causing trouble, it's likely that it was a sting to get this sort of footage.

    Replies: @Marat, @Anonymous, @El Dato, @Dissident799, @Buck Ransom

    A less sophisticated version of the Central Park Birder.

  37. @John Gruskos
    Fight back.

    Stop giving your money to your enemies.

    Boycott Hollywood.
    Boycott the mainstream media.
    Boycott woke big business.
    Boycott woke academia.
    Minimize your support for the government - use every possible legal tax avoidance strategy.

    Replies: @John Milton’s Ghost, @Another Canadian

    I’m looking at retiring somewhere in Eastern Europe. They know what it’s like to have freedoms taken away there

  38. Steve, can we all go ahead and agree that the Lyin’ Press, aka Mainstream Media is evil yet? The local newspaper of Columbia, The State had only this same 1/2 of the story, at least today, anyway. There was NOTHING about what this guy had been up to just a week before. Neither has the biggest TV station website, for WIS-TV, anything else besides the “pushing a black man” story.

    Interestingly, the web site for the Summit “community” has a picture of a black guy with, I suppose, his boy, walking with someone white, just barely out of the picture, his white wife I suppose, with another kid. Then, their about page has a statement about this incident that could just as well be from Coke corporate offices or BLM.

    We are in a country full of cucks living under government with a media arm that directly promotes lies. This is a good a time as any to say thanks for all that you do, Steve.*

    .

    * Money coming pretty soon at end of my personal fiscal year again.

    • Agree: Gordo
  39. @GeneralRipper
    “I didn’t do anything,” the young man says at one point.

    LOL

    Replies: @Paperback Writer, @Hannah Katz

    At least this one used proper grammar.

  40. …who is White. The video stoked long-standing concerns about harassment faced by Black Americans…

    A fishwrap An organ that spells like Ebony can only be taken as seriously as Ebony. “Strike up the band– ‘The Wigger Post March’!”

    Sorry to get off track, but General Milford Beagle? I’ve long had this Boy-named-Sue-type theory that prominent military figures tend to have grown up with hilarious names.

    How about prominent jazz chanteuses?

    • LOL: Jim Christian, Cortes
  41. @Steve Sailer
    @S

    Basil Plumley, who was played by Sam Elliott in Mel Gibson's "We Were Soldiers," had the name of a member of Wodehouse's Drones Club.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Basil_L._Plumley

    Replies: @James J O'Meara, @S

    Yes, his was the character in Gibson’s Vietnam War movie that preferred using a pistol in combat, and said he would kill anyone who called him ‘Grandpa’. With the given name of Basil, understandably, there might of been a little bit of over compensating going on.

  42. @Buzz Mohawk
    @Dissident799

    Who/whom.

    It's fucking over. The only way out is not something we can even talk about. Plus, it won't happen. As I say, it's over, people. Make your plans, and rejoice only in the knowledge that after were are dead and gone, those lesser creatures who are being shepherded in to REPLACE us will live forever in a brown sewer without us.

    It's no joke. It's obvious now. The only alternative to this future is very bloody, very violent, and it results in a regression to ancient times before all the modern comforts our people came to take for granted.

    Maybe that will happen, but I doubt any of us here will be around to find out. You should thank God for that.

    Replies: @Paperback Writer, @Je Suis Omar Mateen, @Clyde, @Buzz Mohawk, @Corvinus

    Never give up. Never give up. Never, ever give up. What was lost can be regained.

    • Disagree: Je Suis Omar Mateen
  43. @Buzz Mohawk
    @Dissident799

    Who/whom.

    It's fucking over. The only way out is not something we can even talk about. Plus, it won't happen. As I say, it's over, people. Make your plans, and rejoice only in the knowledge that after were are dead and gone, those lesser creatures who are being shepherded in to REPLACE us will live forever in a brown sewer without us.

    It's no joke. It's obvious now. The only alternative to this future is very bloody, very violent, and it results in a regression to ancient times before all the modern comforts our people came to take for granted.

    Maybe that will happen, but I doubt any of us here will be around to find out. You should thank God for that.

    Replies: @Paperback Writer, @Je Suis Omar Mateen, @Clyde, @Buzz Mohawk, @Corvinus

    “It’s fucking over. The only way out is not something we can even talk about….
    It’s no joke. It’s obvious now. The only alternative to this future is very bloody, very violent”

    Will never happen. Viz: 13 months and counting of mandatory facediapering – without a shot fired or even a gun brandished. Over a mild flu. White American males are punk-muzzled cowards and deserve genocide. Richly.

    • LOL: AndrewR
    • Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard
    @Je Suis Omar Mateen

    Whitmer is now demanding masks on 2 year olds:

    https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2021/04/16/michigan-gov-gretchen-whitmer-expands-mask-mandate-to-2-year-olds/

    And the Michi-wimps just sit there and continue to take it...

    , @AndrewR
    @Je Suis Omar Mateen

    Yeah that's the final red pill.

    Low IQ take: "BLM! YOU CAN'T BE RACIST TOWARDS WHITE PEOPLE! BUT WE WOULD DESERVE IT IF YOU COULD!"

    Midwit take: "We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children"

    Galaxy brain take: "We are cowardly and soft and we deserve to go bye-bye"

    , @Richard B
    @Je Suis Omar Mateen


    White American males are punk-muzzled cowards and deserve genocide. Richly.
     
    Said, no doubt, with such noble self-abnegation.

    In what Western country isn't this true about White males?
  44. I’ve long had this Boy-named-Sue-type theory that prominent military figures tend to have grown up with hilarious names.

    Jerry: Who was the last president to have a beard?
    George: Nixon.
    Jerry: No, I mean a real thick beard.
    George: His was thick.
    Jerry: No, I mean like a full long beard like Smith Brothers Cough Drops.
    George: Falkmore.
    Jerry: Who?
    George: Artemis N. Falkmore.
    Jerry: You made that up, right?
    George: Yeah. But it sounds like a president name, doesn’t it?
    Jerry: Yeah. Why do presidents all have these bad names? Woodrow, Grover, Millard
    George: The presidency attracts the badly named. Their ambition is based on personal insecurity. It’s a classic male overcompensation.

  45. @JohnnyWalker123
    The son of Tom Hanks produced this White supremacist music video called 'White Boy Summer.'

    Watch it here. It's pretty cool.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DK44ojVwVKs

    https://twitter.com/Independent/status/1376152322737328131

    I see this as a major turning point.

    Beware, POC. The White Boy Summer is here.

    Replies: @JimDandy, @Nikolai Vladivostok, @JohnnyWalker123, @Anonymous, @AndrewR, @Nodwink, @The Wild Geese Howard, @Frank McGar, @Paul Jolliffe

    https://twitter.com/Breaking911/status/1383236967240929294

    You guys thought we were kidding?

    The White Boy Summer is just getting started.

    • Replies: @Anon
    @JohnnyWalker123

    The fundamental problem with immigrants is that with 7 billion people on planet, many in 3rd world countries trying to leave for a better place, they've officially reached the swarming locust stage.

    The numbers of immigrants have grown to the point where their numbers are seriously overwhelming to the economy of any country they swarm. These immigrants behave like swarming locusts. They are gobbling up resources the native citizens need.

    You have to stop thinking of immigrants as humans anymore, but as an animal that shows typical animal behavior. You have to stop romanticizing humans and take them off their pedestal next to the angels and admit they're just a type of animal. Animals are affected by the basic laws of population and carrying capacity. Immigrants are a massive locust swarm, inflicting destruction wherever they go simply because their numbers are too large.

    This swarming is going to get worse. World population numbers are only going to climb.

    It will get worse.

    Replies: @The Alarmist, @Corvinus

    , @Mr. Anon
    @JohnnyWalker123

    Trump was supposedly Putin's puppet.

    Yeah...............if only.

    Replies: @JohnnyWalker123

  46. Upside down world.

    He had every right to defend his family and his property.

    The clip conveniently failed to show what happened BEFORE.

    Just another instance of white demonization on the way to white genocide.

    • Agree: Je Suis Omar Mateen
  47. @Buzz Mohawk

    Sorry to get off track, but General Milford Beagle? I’ve long had this Boy-named-Sue-type theory that prominent military figures tend to have grown up with hilarious names.
     
    Sorry to stay off track, but there also seems to be a fair amount of momma's boys who historically ascended to high places.

    General Douglas MacArthur's mom is said to have taken up residence at a hotel just off campus when Dugout Doug was a cadet at West Point. She stayed there to be close to her Dougie.

    I stayed there at the same place as a guest of a graduate who hosted a business meeting at the alumni center on campus. Very small room in that old hotel. Lots of interesting stories. Cadets like my colleague had to remember them and recite them for upperclassmen or drop for pushups. That's how I know why the statue of Patton looking through binoculars is facing the library from just a few yards away: The joke was that he had trouble finding the library when he was a cadet at the academy.

    Replies: @Barack Obama's secret Unz account, @Alden

    Interesting. I can’t find the quote, but some politician – I think American – made a speech explaining his vote for women’s suffrage, where he said he was votin’ fer it ’cause his momma told him to.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Barack Obama's secret Unz account


    I can’t find the quote, but some politician – I think American – made a speech explaining his vote for women’s suffrage, where he said he was votin’ fer it ’cause his momma told him to.
     
    Tennessee's ratification put the 19th Amendment over the top. The deciding vote in the legislature was by a fellow who was pressured by his mother.

    I don't know if this is the case you refer to, but he appears to be a leading candidate:


    Harry T. Burn


    "I know that a mother’s advice is always safest for her boy to follow, and my mother wanted me to vote for ratification."


    https://p1cdn4static.civiclive.com/UserFiles/Servers/Server_109478/Image/MayorsOffice/suffrage/burn-family.jpg

    Replies: @Spect3r, @Barack Obama's secret Unz account

  48. @S

    Sorry to get off track, but General Milford Beagle? I’ve long had this Boy-named-Sue-type theory that prominent military figures tend to have grown up with hilarious names.
     
    The name is remindful in a way of Colonel Rock (specifically Colonel Warren Rock), who oversaw the Army's initial Article 32 hearing looking into the possible guilt of Jeffrey MacDonald in his 1970 family murder case.

    The name and title of Colonel Rock, like General Beagle, doesn't quite seem real.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @James J O'Meara, @Barack Obama's secret Unz account

    The name and title of Colonel Rock, like General Beagle, doesn’t quite seem real.

    This latest video felt a bit fishy, too – it kind of seemed like the participants were acting, and badly – but maybe I’ve just been reading too many conspiracy theories.

  49. Tucker (or his scheduler) if you’re reading this –

    PLEASE DO A SEGMENT ON THIS.

    • Agree: wren
  50. This story is simply terrifying.

    God help my little grandkids.

    • Agree: Aeronerauk, Bubba
  51. Would it be that difficult to set up a defense fund?

  52. I’m not 100% sure on the source, but the sergeant’s local grade school is 78% black.

    https://tinyurl.com/33wacz5e

    I hope that his home has really good insurance.

  53. So let me get this straight: there were two reports made about behaviour of this black dude on the 8th and 10th of April, which is why our Drill Sergeant told him to bugger off when he saw him on the (public) street sometime around the 15th?

    Well, that would make perfect sense… except I’d expect those reports were lodged with local cops not with the Army so in fact he had no idea; he simply didn’t like a black guy walking through his neighbourhood.

    So yeah, it is a case of racism, plain and simple – it’s just that like a broken clock that is right twice a day, he happened to be right.

    • Replies: @Dnought
    @raga10

    Yeah, because they no way word about a perv sticking his hand down women's pants and trying to steal babies would have made it's way around the neighborhood, especially in a gated community.

    How do you know the female victim wasn't this guy's wife?

    Replies: @Steve Sailer

    , @Elli
    @raga10


    Well, that would make perfect sense… except I’d expect those reports were lodged with local cops not with the Army so in fact he had no idea; he simply didn’t like a black guy walking through his neighbourhood.

     

    Do you think maybe the sergeant's wife and neighbors were talking about the black guy who groped a woman and grabbed a baby?

    Replies: @raga10

    , @Deadite
    @raga10

    I too am completely oblivious to what happens in my neighborhood!!!!

    Neighbors never gossip or ask tough guys for help, well, like it states clearly in the article.

    But I’m just a dumb white hick who thinks people should behave themselves. Like not assault women.

    Replies: @Abolish_public_education

    , @JimDandy
    @raga10

    What are you talking about?

    Well, that would make perfect sense… except I’d expect those reports were lodged with local cops not with the Army so in fact he had no idea;

    The man who is in the Army lives in that neighborhood. It didn't occur to you that he might have heard about such behavior going on in his neighborhood... from his neighbors?

    he simply didn’t like a black guy walking through his neighbourhood.

    Ahhh... "neighbourhood". I see. You're not from these parts are you, Pilgrim?

    Replies: @raga10

    , @Colin Wright
    @raga10

    '...So yeah, it is a case of racism, plain and simple...'

    That's desperate. Maybe, instead, you could have the intellectual courage to face up to what's happening.

    Start with that.

    , @El Dato
    @raga10


    he simply didn’t like a black guy walking through his neighbourhood
     
    You say this as if there were something wrong with that.
    , @GeneralRipper
    @raga10

    TROLL.

    , @TontoBubbaGoldstein
    @raga10

    ... he simply didn’t like a black guy walking through his neighbourhood.

    Living in Columbia SC must have been as stressful for him as a long tailed cat navigating a room full of occupied rocking chairs.

    , @jamie b.
    @raga10


    The Sheriff’s department has confirmed that the black man “approached several neighbors in a threatening manner and the confrontation escalated after a neighbor asked Pentland to intervene.”
     
    https://bigleaguepolitics.com/white-army-soldier-charged-with-assault-for-confronting-black-man-accused-of-threatening-neighbors/
    , @TWS
    @raga10

    I guess you missed the part about the neighbors asking for his help. If there were fewer trolls that info wouldn't even be needed. Who doesn't talk to their neighbors about a child snatching rapist? Your neighbors I guess. Why wouldn't they trust that you would help them with child snatching rapists? Do your neighbors talk to you at all or just call the police when you walk by the park?

  54. If you see a negro, move away quickly. Grab your loved ones and run. Abandon your vehicle or house if needed. Move away quickly, to at least one hundred yards. Preferably further.

    Once out of vicinity of the negro, make a generous donation on record to BLM or the ADL.

    Life changes. This is the new social etiquette in America.

  55. Anonymous[149] • Disclaimer says:

    Two reports of alleged assault were also made against the young man after deputies responded Monday, according to the sheriff’s department, and they are being investigated. The young man has “an underlying medical condition that may explain the behavior exhibited in the alleged incidents,” the agency said.

    The “young man” didn’t assault anyone.

    But even if he had, it would have been the fault of an “underlying medical condition.”

  56. Anonymous[149] • Disclaimer says:
    @gent
    Here's the unanswered question, who recorded this and posted it? If this kid was roaming around causing trouble, it's likely that it was a sting to get this sort of footage.

    Replies: @Marat, @Anonymous, @El Dato, @Dissident799, @Buck Ransom

    Here’s the unanswered question, who recorded this and posted it? If this kid was roaming around causing trouble, it’s likely that it was a sting to get this sort of footage.

    Interesting theory. The kid was remarkably poised while being confronted by Pentland. Said all the right things. Didn’t seem to fear for his safety.

    • Replies: @A noonie moose
    @Anonymous

    Could be, but it's also suggestive (with the other history) that the kid is a psychopath. Prediction: having found this experience to be quite a thrill, he will try to get a higher dose somewhere.

  57. @Dissident799
    My mom was visiting a couple of days ago and turned on her local news which is a Columbia SC station. There was a story about the black man who murdered the six white people in Rock Hill. There was no mention of the murderer's race or the fact that all the people he killed were white, just the fact that the slain doctor had formed a coalition with a black church in the area some time before he was killed.

    Then they had this story. They made explicit the fact that it was a white man "assaulting" an innocent black kid. They interviewed the molester's mom and she said it was a case of racism and encouraged people to come out and protest. She made no mention of the sexual assault or attempted child abduction and apparently the news didn't see fit to investigate enough to find out about it.

    Replies: @Buzz Mohawk, @Rouetheday, @The Last Real Calvinist

    Last night Don Lemon had a Black female from the SC state legislature on to talk about this incident. She almost certainly knows all the particulars of this story but neither she nor Lemon brought up the allegations against this little creep. She also claimed this neighborhood is majority Black. I’m skeptical about that, but if it’s true, or it at least has a significant number of Blacks, that makes it much less likely the sergeant was motivated by racism when he told the guy he didn’t belong in the neighborhood.

    I’m hearing from family in Columbia that this guy is also suspected of squatting in an empty home in that neighborhood. He does actually live in an adjacent neighborhood with his parents so I would imagine he uses the squat house to get high and party with his homies (assuming there are any homies who will have anything to do with him).

    The latest word is the guy’s parents have checked him into a psychiatric facility. Partly to gain sympathy for him, partly to keep him away from further interactions with the media and the law, but mainly because he truly, desperately needs psychiatric help.

    • Replies: @notsaying
    @Rouetheday

    I came to put up a link to the Daily Mail story that says he has gone to a facility.

    The article says:

    "Deandre had been facing charges of trespass and animal cruelty from different incidents, but he has now been determined mentally incapable of standing trial."

    There's also a transcript of what was said during the video recording of this incident.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9480657/Black-man-confronted-Army-drill-sergeant-mentally-ill.html

    Replies: @raga10

    , @Freedom Awaits
    @Rouetheday

    Perhaps the "parent(s)?" should find a veterinarian that will euthanize the rabid animal.

  58. @Anonymous
    https://twitter.com/LoLoVonZ/status/1382709470455869448

    Replies: @JimDandy, @Clyde, @Bigdicknick, @El'geherg, @Bite Moi

    Twitter is an instant organizing and harassment tool for black idlers, ne’er-do-wells and pests. There is twitter and then there is a black twitter. A favorite expression is, “twitter do yo thing”, when they are out to cancel a white person for a nothing infraction. Blacks love these virtual mobbings and lynchings. They don’t know their way around computers but they do know their iPhones and Samsungs and social media.

    Same as a woman I knew who was always frustrated by her various Windows laptops. When she bought an Apple tablet the dumbed down Fisher-Price GUI made instant sense to her.

    • Agree: AceDeuce, Bubba
    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Clyde

    "They don’t know their way around computers"

    I've been wondering about that. Smartphones made the Internet into a normie pastime but does that necessarily bring a tangible shift in racial dynamics? Alternatively, does it more directly increase the potency of empty-headed, excitable-lynch-mob casuals from all races and SES? What do the Black nerds think about this e-identity usurpation via Black Twitter?

    If you look back on the 50s/60s it's clear that television dumbed down and fostered mental dependency in as many whites proportionally as it did other races.

  59. @raga10
    So let me get this straight: there were two reports made about behaviour of this black dude on the 8th and 10th of April, which is why our Drill Sergeant told him to bugger off when he saw him on the (public) street sometime around the 15th?

    Well, that would make perfect sense... except I'd expect those reports were lodged with local cops not with the Army so in fact he had no idea; he simply didn't like a black guy walking through his neighbourhood.

    So yeah, it is a case of racism, plain and simple - it's just that like a broken clock that is right twice a day, he happened to be right.

    Replies: @Dnought, @Elli, @Deadite, @JimDandy, @Colin Wright, @El Dato, @GeneralRipper, @TontoBubbaGoldstein, @jamie b., @TWS

    Yeah, because they no way word about a perv sticking his hand down women’s pants and trying to steal babies would have made it’s way around the neighborhood, especially in a gated community.

    How do you know the female victim wasn’t this guy’s wife?

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @Dnought

    Who'd gossip with their neighbors about the neighborhood baby-snatcher?

    Replies: @Neoconned

  60. @Buzz Mohawk
    @Dissident799

    Who/whom.

    It's fucking over. The only way out is not something we can even talk about. Plus, it won't happen. As I say, it's over, people. Make your plans, and rejoice only in the knowledge that after were are dead and gone, those lesser creatures who are being shepherded in to REPLACE us will live forever in a brown sewer without us.

    It's no joke. It's obvious now. The only alternative to this future is very bloody, very violent, and it results in a regression to ancient times before all the modern comforts our people came to take for granted.

    Maybe that will happen, but I doubt any of us here will be around to find out. You should thank God for that.

    Replies: @Paperback Writer, @Je Suis Omar Mateen, @Clyde, @Buzz Mohawk, @Corvinus

    Summary of your post is that we are not headed towards Brazil and Brazilification. We are headed towards South Africa. If/when MMT poops out this will accelerate. When their EBT cards come up all zeros in their accounts.

    MMT being modern monetary theory that the Federale Reserve Bank can create trillions of new dollars forever. Xi and Putin are thinking bring it. When MMT implodes they will move gold into being the world’s reserve currency and both nations have the tons of gold bars in reserve to pull this off. China is now the world’s largest miner-producer of gold.
    ______________

    Russia overtakes China in gold reserves race to end US …
    https://www.rt.com/business/419820-russia-outpaces-china-gold
    Feb 26, 2018 · It has increased its holdings every month since March 2015. Russia is now among the top five gold holders after surpassing China, which reportedly holds 1,843 tons. Over the last 15 years, Moscow and Beijing have been aggressively accumulating gold reserves to cut their dependence on the US dollar. “Interestingly, both Russia and

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Clyde


    Feb 26, 2018 · It has increased its holdings every month since March 2015. Russia is now among the top five gold holders after surpassing China,
     
    Of what use is gold? Just a luxury shiny object?
    , @Buzz Mohawk
    @Clyde

    Gold, in real, physical form, not paper, is one of my largest holdings. I don't often say that explicitly, because I don't like to be made fun of.

    Wherever I might go in the future, it will go with me -- and I don't give a damn what it's present value is or what's happening to the gold market today. And wherever I might end up, there will always be buyers, especially if the shit hits the fan.

    Replies: @JMcG, @Clyde

  61. @raga10
    So let me get this straight: there were two reports made about behaviour of this black dude on the 8th and 10th of April, which is why our Drill Sergeant told him to bugger off when he saw him on the (public) street sometime around the 15th?

    Well, that would make perfect sense... except I'd expect those reports were lodged with local cops not with the Army so in fact he had no idea; he simply didn't like a black guy walking through his neighbourhood.

    So yeah, it is a case of racism, plain and simple - it's just that like a broken clock that is right twice a day, he happened to be right.

    Replies: @Dnought, @Elli, @Deadite, @JimDandy, @Colin Wright, @El Dato, @GeneralRipper, @TontoBubbaGoldstein, @jamie b., @TWS

    Well, that would make perfect sense… except I’d expect those reports were lodged with local cops not with the Army so in fact he had no idea; he simply didn’t like a black guy walking through his neighbourhood.

    Do you think maybe the sergeant’s wife and neighbors were talking about the black guy who groped a woman and grabbed a baby?

    • Replies: @raga10
    @Elli


    Do you think maybe the sergeant’s wife and neighbors were talking about the black guy who groped a woman and grabbed a baby?
     
    Possibly they did. So when he said 'you're in a wrong neighborhood", perhaps he just meant "we don't have many women and babies here, you'll have more opportunities around the corner"?

    Gossip would be unlikely to provide enough detail to identify this individual, so even if he knew there were some incidents he was still racially profiling.

    In any case, why do you assume these previous incidents took place in the same neighborhood? The article doesn't say so. It might've been in the suburb next door; somewhere too far away for people to talk about.

    Replies: @raga10

  62. Steve—
    OT, for your amusement.

    Check out IMDB’s highest ranked Thespians.

    https://m.imdb.com/list/ls056750721/

    I was looking this up because sometime I get Thespian and Lesbian all mixed up. Silly me!!!!

    This is soooo google American Scientists!!!

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Deadite

    "Are you aware that Claude Pepper is known all over Washington as a shameless extrovert? Not only that, but this man is reliably reported to practice nepotism with his sister-in-law, and he has a sister who was once a thespian in wicked New York. Worst of all, it is an established fact that Mr. Pepper before his marriage habitually practiced celibacy."

    --attributed to, but fiercely denied by, George Smathers

    FLORIDA: Anything Goes-- Monday, Apr. 17, 1950

    Replies: @Deadite, @Rouetheday

    , @El Dato
    @Deadite

    Mads Mikkelsen was so great in "Death Stranding: The Cutscenes"

    https://youtu.be/XtPUqb8uLek?t=1286

  63. @raga10
    So let me get this straight: there were two reports made about behaviour of this black dude on the 8th and 10th of April, which is why our Drill Sergeant told him to bugger off when he saw him on the (public) street sometime around the 15th?

    Well, that would make perfect sense... except I'd expect those reports were lodged with local cops not with the Army so in fact he had no idea; he simply didn't like a black guy walking through his neighbourhood.

    So yeah, it is a case of racism, plain and simple - it's just that like a broken clock that is right twice a day, he happened to be right.

    Replies: @Dnought, @Elli, @Deadite, @JimDandy, @Colin Wright, @El Dato, @GeneralRipper, @TontoBubbaGoldstein, @jamie b., @TWS

    I too am completely oblivious to what happens in my neighborhood!!!!

    Neighbors never gossip or ask tough guys for help, well, like it states clearly in the article.

    But I’m just a dumb white hick who thinks people should behave themselves. Like not assault women.

    • Replies: @Abolish_public_education
    @Deadite

    I’m on the distribution list of my local neighborhood watch. Not much happens around here.

    I’ve remained on the NW feed of my ex-‘hood, whose cars are susceptible to break-ins and homes to invasion robberies. The communication includes the weekly report from the city PD. Each week there are fifty incidents of gunfire and two murders.

  64. @Anonymous
    @gent


    Here’s the unanswered question, who recorded this and posted it? If this kid was roaming around causing trouble, it’s likely that it was a sting to get this sort of footage.
     
    Interesting theory. The kid was remarkably poised while being confronted by Pentland. Said all the right things. Didn’t seem to fear for his safety.

    Replies: @A noonie moose

    Could be, but it’s also suggestive (with the other history) that the kid is a psychopath. Prediction: having found this experience to be quite a thrill, he will try to get a higher dose somewhere.

    • Agree: El Dato
  65. @Dissident799
    My mom was visiting a couple of days ago and turned on her local news which is a Columbia SC station. There was a story about the black man who murdered the six white people in Rock Hill. There was no mention of the murderer's race or the fact that all the people he killed were white, just the fact that the slain doctor had formed a coalition with a black church in the area some time before he was killed.

    Then they had this story. They made explicit the fact that it was a white man "assaulting" an innocent black kid. They interviewed the molester's mom and she said it was a case of racism and encouraged people to come out and protest. She made no mention of the sexual assault or attempted child abduction and apparently the news didn't see fit to investigate enough to find out about it.

    Replies: @Buzz Mohawk, @Rouetheday, @The Last Real Calvinist

    I went back over to ESPN to see if they had any follow-up story on the Phillip Adams murder case. They did: LINK

    I don’t suggest anyone bother reading this cursory, unhelpful article. Its contents can be reduced to two simple ‘truths’:

    1) There is no discernible motive for this incident. No one knows anything about Adams’s connections to the doctor and his family.

    2) Phillip Adams was by all accounts a lovely man who must have been driven to killing by Reasons, likely CTE.

    On thing that I suppose is interesting is the tone that David Newton, the ESPN writer, takes in attributing the crime to Adams. Although there’s nothing technically wrong with Newton’s reporting, it’s easy to sense how hard he’s rowing upstream against the Narrative by revealing even the basic facts of the murder:

    According to officer Kyle Merck’s recount [sic] of what happened from one of the victims, who was still alive and alert at the scene with multiple gunshot wounds, a “black male” emerged from the woods around the Marshall Road home wearing a black hoodie, camouflage pants and “opened fire.”

    The victim, Robert Shook, one of two HVAC technicians working at the home, “then stated the suspect went into the house, then exited and went back through the woods the way he came.”

    Note how Newton is so terrified of portraying a black man as a criminal that he removes his own authorial voice from the identification of the murderer via two levels of distancing. First he makes it clear he’s only quoting the police officer who made the latest statement at a press conference. And then Newton carefully places “black male” in quotation marks in order to attribute this radioactive phrase to the poor HVAC guy who managed to survive briefly after being gunned down. It’s much safer if this now-dead guy takes the blame for telling the truth/making a racist accusation.

    • Replies: @Alden
    @The Last Real Calvinist

    MAN OF UNZ Andrew R believes Phillip Adams is completely innocent of any wrong doing in what Andrew R calls “ a very complicated incident”. That’s Andrew R’s opinion, “ a very complicated incident”. Not 6 murders, but
    “ a very complicated incident”
    His comments are on the Andrew Anglin post about Adams’ murder if 6 Whites.

    Robert Shook died of his wounds.

  66. @Dnought
    @raga10

    Yeah, because they no way word about a perv sticking his hand down women's pants and trying to steal babies would have made it's way around the neighborhood, especially in a gated community.

    How do you know the female victim wasn't this guy's wife?

    Replies: @Steve Sailer

    Who’d gossip with their neighbors about the neighborhood baby-snatcher?

    • Agree: Polemos
    • Replies: @Neoconned
    @Steve Sailer

    Why aren't any local politicians much less the governor of SC standing up to this guy....

    Not even saying throw the book at the black dude.....just let the Sgt off the hook.....

    Replies: @TWS, @tyrone

  67. @Elli
    @raga10


    Well, that would make perfect sense… except I’d expect those reports were lodged with local cops not with the Army so in fact he had no idea; he simply didn’t like a black guy walking through his neighbourhood.

     

    Do you think maybe the sergeant's wife and neighbors were talking about the black guy who groped a woman and grabbed a baby?

    Replies: @raga10

    Do you think maybe the sergeant’s wife and neighbors were talking about the black guy who groped a woman and grabbed a baby?

    Possibly they did. So when he said ‘you’re in a wrong neighborhood”, perhaps he just meant “we don’t have many women and babies here, you’ll have more opportunities around the corner”?

    Gossip would be unlikely to provide enough detail to identify this individual, so even if he knew there were some incidents he was still racially profiling.

    In any case, why do you assume these previous incidents took place in the same neighborhood? The article doesn’t say so. It might’ve been in the suburb next door; somewhere too far away for people to talk about.

    • Replies: @raga10
    @raga10

    ...actually, I take the last part back - another source says previous incidents were in the same neighborhood.

    Replies: @HammerJack, @res

  68. @Anonymous
    https://twitter.com/LoLoVonZ/status/1382709470455869448

    Replies: @JimDandy, @Clyde, @Bigdicknick, @El'geherg, @Bite Moi

    The sad truth is many If not most blacks have more empathy for a villain of their own race than a hero of another

    • Replies: @AceDeuce
    @Bigdicknick

    Try "all" of them.

    , @Anonymous
    @Bigdicknick


    The sad truth is many If not most blacks have more empathy for a villain of their own race than a hero of another
     
    Is “empathy” a genetic trait? If so, could it vary across population groups?
  69. Lol. That’s why I always remember general Mark Clark. The name always stood out to me. So mundane. General Mark Clark

  70. Anonymous[272] • Disclaimer says:

    My first reaction on watching that video was to write a comment saying that the guy looked sleazy AF and was probably in the neighborhood to harass a woman or kidnap a child.

    However, I thought that sounded mean-spirited, so decided to delete the comment without posting it…

  71. @James J O'Meara
    @Steve Sailer

    Hitler supposedly thought Wodehouse's characters were accurate portrayals of Brits, and so had no doubt his army could beat them.

    Replies: @Anon, @Anonymous, @duncsbaby, @Spect3r, @Lurker

    Hitler supposedly thought Wodehouse’s characters were accurate portrayals of Brits, and so had no doubt his army could beat them.

    His army did beat them.

    • Agree: JMcG, JimSpriggs
  72. Anon[238] • Disclaimer says:
    @JohnnyWalker123
    @JohnnyWalker123

    https://twitter.com/Breaking911/status/1383236967240929294

    You guys thought we were kidding?

    The White Boy Summer is just getting started.

    Replies: @Anon, @Mr. Anon

    The fundamental problem with immigrants is that with 7 billion people on planet, many in 3rd world countries trying to leave for a better place, they’ve officially reached the swarming locust stage.

    The numbers of immigrants have grown to the point where their numbers are seriously overwhelming to the economy of any country they swarm. These immigrants behave like swarming locusts. They are gobbling up resources the native citizens need.

    You have to stop thinking of immigrants as humans anymore, but as an animal that shows typical animal behavior. You have to stop romanticizing humans and take them off their pedestal next to the angels and admit they’re just a type of animal. Animals are affected by the basic laws of population and carrying capacity. Immigrants are a massive locust swarm, inflicting destruction wherever they go simply because their numbers are too large.

    This swarming is going to get worse. World population numbers are only going to climb.

    It will get worse.

    • Replies: @The Alarmist
    @Anon

    Maybe fleas would be a better analogy at present, but we’re getting close to the time of locusts.

    , @Corvinus
    @Anon

    "You have to stop thinking of immigrants as humans anymore, but as an animal that shows typical animal behavior."

    That's absolute nonsense.

  73. @Deadite
    Steve—
    OT, for your amusement.

    Check out IMDB’s highest ranked Thespians.

    https://m.imdb.com/list/ls056750721/

    I was looking this up because sometime I get Thespian and Lesbian all mixed up. Silly me!!!!

    This is soooo google American Scientists!!!

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @El Dato

    “Are you aware that Claude Pepper is known all over Washington as a shameless extrovert? Not only that, but this man is reliably reported to practice nepotism with his sister-in-law, and he has a sister who was once a thespian in wicked New York. Worst of all, it is an established fact that Mr. Pepper before his marriage habitually practiced celibacy.”

    –attributed to, but fiercely denied by, George Smathers

    FLORIDA: Anything Goes– Monday, Apr. 17, 1950

    • Replies: @Deadite
    @Reg Cæsar

    Where is my lol button? 😊

    I’m not old enough to know those days but I’m old enough to know those who did. It was a simpler time, when Bugs Bunny could dress up like a curvisome gal and we could all laugh.

    Now I have to reach for my shotgun!

    , @Rouetheday
    @Reg Cæsar

    I remember reading an account of this stump speech years ago. I could have sworn that the speech contained a passage accusing Peppers of "attending a university where the students openly matriculated together".

  74. Anonymous[403] • Disclaimer says:
    @JohnnyWalker123
    The son of Tom Hanks produced this White supremacist music video called 'White Boy Summer.'

    Watch it here. It's pretty cool.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DK44ojVwVKs

    https://twitter.com/Independent/status/1376152322737328131

    I see this as a major turning point.

    Beware, POC. The White Boy Summer is here.

    Replies: @JimDandy, @Nikolai Vladivostok, @JohnnyWalker123, @Anonymous, @AndrewR, @Nodwink, @The Wild Geese Howard, @Frank McGar, @Paul Jolliffe

    That was absolutely dreadful.

    In olden days, when giants still roamed the earth, pop singers could actually sing:

    • Agree: jamie b.
    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Anonymous

    As of 20 years ago, Jay could almost pass for Donald Trump:


    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=9oFW6rmtUXY

    , @JohnnyWalker123
    @Anonymous

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RbnXASVV--M

    , @jamie b.
    @Anonymous


    That was absolutely dreadful.
     
    Rap: music by and for imbeciles.
  75. Anonymous[272] • Disclaimer says:
    @James J O'Meara
    @Steve Sailer

    Hitler supposedly thought Wodehouse's characters were accurate portrayals of Brits, and so had no doubt his army could beat them.

    Replies: @Anon, @Anonymous, @duncsbaby, @Spect3r, @Lurker

    I don’t think that’s true, as Hitler fought on the Western Front and so was well aware of the military capabilities of the Brits and French. (He never fought the Russians though.)

    It is true however that Dr. Goebbels was a big fan of Wodehouse, and encouraged the reading of his books in the propaganda ministry.

  76. Anonymous[131] • Disclaimer says:
    @JimDandy
    Thanks, I was waiting for the context. Poor lad, sounds like he suffers from Rapebehaviorsitis. He really is an Emmett Till for our times.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    “Emmett Till” can be heard in the last few seconds, after an eyewitness tries to explain there’s been allegations of sexual assault.

    • Thanks: JimDandy
  77. @Mr. Blank
    Ohhhhh. Okay. That explains it.

    I saw some images from this posted by some black people I know, basically insinuating that all black people should show up and "teach this white cracka a lesson." None of it linked to news stories or provided any context. There were some photos of a big white guy confronting a black dude, then photos of a huge black crowd protesting in front of his house.

    I figured there HAD to be something more to it, because in 2021, normal white people (the guy looked pretty fit, clean-cut, noticeable tattoos) should be smart enough to never confront blacks without a very, very good reason.

    So, the guy's life is ruined because he was trying to defend his wife and his neighborhood from a lunatic.

    Message: White people should never, ever interact with blacks for any reason.

    And if you have to call the cops on a black person, be sure to make the situation sound as dire as possible. None of this, "yeah there's this black dude acting weird and bothering folks, maybe send a squad car down here to check it out." You should be screaming, "there's this man out here who's attacking women! He tried to attack my wife! Oh my God! Please send help! I think he might be high on PCP!"

    That way, if the cops show up and end up killing him, and the news media plays the 911 call for everybody on earth to hear, nobody will accuse YOU of causing the man's death because you reported somebody "walking while black."

    Replies: @Mr. Blank, @International Jew, @Sean

    nobody will accuse YOU of causing the man’s death

    Wrong. You — because of your 911 call — will be the costar of that show. Costar at least; you’ll be the star if the responding officer was not white. The media will publish your face and yoir name and your address.

    But you should still call 911 (and skip the theatrics). The vast majority of 911 calls do not result in a shooting. The day we stop reporting crime is the day we’ve really become slaves.

    • Agree: vhrm
    • Replies: @HammerJack
    @International Jew

    Many of us stopped reporting crime many years ago. The system is stacked against us, as you will discover whenever you try it.

    They're not on your side. Real life isn't like TV.

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/heres-an-upside-down-wp-article-about-the-heroic-sergeant-who-defended-women-and-children-from-a-lunatic-sex-criminal-and-baby-snatcher/#comment-4595771

  78. @Barack Obama's secret Unz account
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Interesting. I can't find the quote, but some politician - I think American - made a speech explaining his vote for women's suffrage, where he said he was votin' fer it 'cause his momma told him to.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    I can’t find the quote, but some politician – I think American – made a speech explaining his vote for women’s suffrage, where he said he was votin’ fer it ’cause his momma told him to.

    Tennessee’s ratification put the 19th Amendment over the top. The deciding vote in the legislature was by a fellow who was pressured by his mother.

    I don’t know if this is the case you refer to, but he appears to be a leading candidate:

    Harry T. Burn

    “I know that a mother’s advice is always safest for her boy to follow, and my mother wanted me to vote for ratification.”

    • Replies: @Spect3r
    @Reg Cæsar

    Damn, she looks a lot like Mrs Doubtfire

    https://static.independent.co.uk/s3fs-public/thumbnails/image/2018/11/23/12/mrs-doubtfire-3.jpg

    :D

    , @Barack Obama's secret Unz account
    @Reg Cæsar

    I think that's the guy

    His mother looks like him in drag, sort of a Norma Bates situation

  79. @raga10
    So let me get this straight: there were two reports made about behaviour of this black dude on the 8th and 10th of April, which is why our Drill Sergeant told him to bugger off when he saw him on the (public) street sometime around the 15th?

    Well, that would make perfect sense... except I'd expect those reports were lodged with local cops not with the Army so in fact he had no idea; he simply didn't like a black guy walking through his neighbourhood.

    So yeah, it is a case of racism, plain and simple - it's just that like a broken clock that is right twice a day, he happened to be right.

    Replies: @Dnought, @Elli, @Deadite, @JimDandy, @Colin Wright, @El Dato, @GeneralRipper, @TontoBubbaGoldstein, @jamie b., @TWS

    What are you talking about?

    Well, that would make perfect sense… except I’d expect those reports were lodged with local cops not with the Army so in fact he had no idea;

    The man who is in the Army lives in that neighborhood. It didn’t occur to you that he might have heard about such behavior going on in his neighborhood… from his neighbors?

    he simply didn’t like a black guy walking through his neighbourhood.

    Ahhh… “neighbourhood”. I see. You’re not from these parts are you, Pilgrim?

    • Replies: @raga10
    @JimDandy


    Ahhh… “neighbourhood”. I see. You’re not from these parts are you, Pilgrim?
     
    I'm not. Sometimes I try to Americanize my spelling in order to assist your reading comprehension, other times I can't be bothered, but I never try to claim that I am American; in fact I stated a number of times that I am not. What difference does it make? For what that's worth I was married to an American once, but that's not the point. We have crime (not as much as you perhaps, but still), we have immigration, we have racial tensions. It's the same everywhere...

    Replies: @JimDandy, @Patrick McNally

  80. @Rouetheday
    @Dissident799

    Last night Don Lemon had a Black female from the SC state legislature on to talk about this incident. She almost certainly knows all the particulars of this story but neither she nor Lemon brought up the allegations against this little creep. She also claimed this neighborhood is majority Black. I'm skeptical about that, but if it's true, or it at least has a significant number of Blacks, that makes it much less likely the sergeant was motivated by racism when he told the guy he didn't belong in the neighborhood.

    I'm hearing from family in Columbia that this guy is also suspected of squatting in an empty home in that neighborhood. He does actually live in an adjacent neighborhood with his parents so I would imagine he uses the squat house to get high and party with his homies (assuming there are any homies who will have anything to do with him).

    The latest word is the guy's parents have checked him into a psychiatric facility. Partly to gain sympathy for him, partly to keep him away from further interactions with the media and the law, but mainly because he truly, desperately needs psychiatric help.

    Replies: @notsaying, @Freedom Awaits

    I came to put up a link to the Daily Mail story that says he has gone to a facility.

    The article says:

    “Deandre had been facing charges of trespass and animal cruelty from different incidents, but he has now been determined mentally incapable of standing trial.”

    There’s also a transcript of what was said during the video recording of this incident.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9480657/Black-man-confronted-Army-drill-sergeant-mentally-ill.html

    • Replies: @raga10
    @notsaying

    It's good to read the transcript, you can clearly see our hero never references any previous incidents that could make him suspicious - he just straight up objects to black guys' very presence there.

    Also, now that I watched the actual clip, it seems quite obvious to me this guy is not quite there. I've worked with intellectually disabled people for a number of years so I can't be sure - is it my experience that lets me see that, or should that be blatantly obvious to anyone? Please tell me, I really would like to know!

    Replies: @wren

  81. @raga10
    @Elli


    Do you think maybe the sergeant’s wife and neighbors were talking about the black guy who groped a woman and grabbed a baby?
     
    Possibly they did. So when he said 'you're in a wrong neighborhood", perhaps he just meant "we don't have many women and babies here, you'll have more opportunities around the corner"?

    Gossip would be unlikely to provide enough detail to identify this individual, so even if he knew there were some incidents he was still racially profiling.

    In any case, why do you assume these previous incidents took place in the same neighborhood? The article doesn't say so. It might've been in the suburb next door; somewhere too far away for people to talk about.

    Replies: @raga10

    …actually, I take the last part back – another source says previous incidents were in the same neighborhood.

    • Replies: @HammerJack
    @raga10

    Don't let the facts get in the way of your knee-jerk racism.

    , @res
    @raga10

    While taking it back, perhaps ponder the possibility that you are trying WAY too hard to excuse this behavior?

    Replies: @JimDandy

  82. @James J O'Meara
    @Steve Sailer

    Hitler supposedly thought Wodehouse's characters were accurate portrayals of Brits, and so had no doubt his army could beat them.

    Replies: @Anon, @Anonymous, @duncsbaby, @Spect3r, @Lurker

    As opposed to Hitler the German soldiers themselves had more respect for British soldiers than they did for the Americans. I remember a bit from the book, A Bridge Too Far, where one of the German commanders refers admiringly to the Brits’ phlegmatic demeanor.

  83. Jesus Christ, Sailer. You’re retarded. The roided out drill sergeant is hardly “heroic.” He knew he was being recorded and still chose to act in the dumbest possible manner. He didn’t mention the alleged assaults from last week (which wouldn’t legally justify anything he did in the video anyway). It’s unclear he even knew about them.

    But the reaction to the incident has been interesting. Besides the NLM mobs outside Pentland’s house, a black “professor” says the Pentlands should feel “terror” and be “forced to sell their house.”

    This obviously violates YT’s TOS at least on the face of it. But black terrorism against whites is exactly what the jews love

  84. @Reg Cæsar
    @Deadite

    "Are you aware that Claude Pepper is known all over Washington as a shameless extrovert? Not only that, but this man is reliably reported to practice nepotism with his sister-in-law, and he has a sister who was once a thespian in wicked New York. Worst of all, it is an established fact that Mr. Pepper before his marriage habitually practiced celibacy."

    --attributed to, but fiercely denied by, George Smathers

    FLORIDA: Anything Goes-- Monday, Apr. 17, 1950

    Replies: @Deadite, @Rouetheday

    Where is my lol button? 😊

    I’m not old enough to know those days but I’m old enough to know those who did. It was a simpler time, when Bugs Bunny could dress up like a curvisome gal and we could all laugh.

    Now I have to reach for my shotgun!

  85. What a Remarkably Upside-Down world we live in if this guy gets prosecuted by biden’s justice department for protecting his wife from a baby snatching, sexually assaulting predator with other “underlying mental conditions.”

    I am guessing and hoping that many of the lynch mob who showed up in his yard did not know that they were siding with a pervert who was assaulting the neighborhood women and trying to steal the babies.

    However, everything is remarkably upside down these days, so perhaps not.

    • Thanks: Cortes, Rob
    • Replies: @Clyde
    @wren

    Your superior graphic says it all about the anarcho-tyranny times we live in. Where the sane and perceptive get banished, stripped of their jobs, get deplatformed. Where the liars, the godless, the cynical and the criminal losers are listened to, along with the listener's eyes wide shut.

    But the emperors have no clothes. But they do as long as long as they control the Media Megaphones. The Manchurian Candidate-ization of American plebs.

    , @HammerJack
    @wren


    I am guessing and hoping that many of the lynch mob who showed up in his yard did not know that they were siding with a pervert who was assaulting the neighborhood women and trying to steal babies.
     
    They couldn't care less. It was a media-sponsored opportunity to "signify" against white people. That's more than enough in the Current Year.
    , @Trinity
    @wren

    We live in a world where I can watch "Dog Day Afternoon" in the middle of the afternoon on TCM and hear the word "fuck" out loud, no censor at all, but then watch "Dirty Harry" on that same network and see them blur out the word "nigger" on the letter that "Scorpio sent to the SFPD. I guess the N word is more vulgar than the infamous F word now.

    Replies: @Ben tillman

    , @BenKenobi
    @wren

    This marks the first time I've ever saved a meme I saw on unz.com

    Replies: @wren

  86. @Reg Cæsar
    @JMcG

    He da dawg!

    Replies: @RichardTaylor

    As you can see, these articles are too consistently anti-White to be an accident. They go out of their way to describe White people the way the Nazis described Jews in their most vulgar propaganda.

    All the “elite” establishment mainstream media outlets do it. It’s yet another piece of the coordinated attack against White people, which I’m sure you’ll agree brings to mind certain UN conventions.

    • Replies: @Mr. Blank
    @RichardTaylor

    Yeah, it hasn’t escaped my notice that the Julius Streicher vibe towards whites from the mainstream media has been getting a lot stronger lately.

    Of course if you point this out — as in, just calmly highlighting exactly what they are proudly saying — YOU’RE somehow the Nazi.

    I wish there were a way to just fast-forward through this part of history and get to the aftermath part. The looming dread about what happens next is getting unbearable.

    , @Anonymous
    @RichardTaylor

    Natzees!

    Thanks for mentioning them, I hadn't seen the term in what, 2 hours maybe..

  87. @vhrm
    @Charles St. Charles

    For men in general and military people in particular there's a fairly strong sense that you shouldn't mess with someone in their house. It's only a guess but i think in this situation even black soldiers would tend to side with him and therefore would be ticked off if he were punished harshly.

    I somewhat hope that his chain of command has some balls and gives him a minimal slap on the wrist that ends up not derailing his career. But he absolutely could be thrown under the woke bus as you say.

    Replies: @AceDeuce, @AndrewR, @Hibernian

    What did the black boy even do to roid boy “in his house?” It’s not at all clear why Pentland did this. They were on the sidewalk anyway which is public property. You’re just making things up, just like blacks do. And the military went full BLM last year so Pentland is screwed.

    • Replies: @vhrm
    @AndrewR

    I used "in his house" figuratively in this case as in messing with a man's family at his home since i was talking about people's feelings about it.

    But yes, legally the fact that the dude was on the public sidewalk is relevant.

  88. Like everything else, the Native Americans knew about the Black God in our midst before the rest of us.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_God_(Navajo_mythology)

  89. @JohnnyWalker123
    The son of Tom Hanks produced this White supremacist music video called 'White Boy Summer.'

    Watch it here. It's pretty cool.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DK44ojVwVKs

    https://twitter.com/Independent/status/1376152322737328131

    I see this as a major turning point.

    Beware, POC. The White Boy Summer is here.

    Replies: @JimDandy, @Nikolai Vladivostok, @JohnnyWalker123, @Anonymous, @AndrewR, @Nodwink, @The Wild Geese Howard, @Frank McGar, @Paul Jolliffe

    Sounds like he said the “n-word” which I won’t type out lest Sailer faint in shock. “Lemme see a n—- twerk”

  90. If you had to choose an archetype for the noble animal we call “Dog”, it would be the Beagle. General Milford Beagle dishonors the name of this fine example of the genus Canis familiarus.

    • Replies: @Clyde
    @Mr. Anon


    If you had to choose an archetype for the noble animal we call “Dog”, it would be the Beagle. General Milford Beagle dishonors the name of this fine example of the genus Canis familiarus.
     
    I was walking by a man walking his beagle. I looked at doggie and lifted a limp right hand. Beagle responded, he lifted his paw, getting into hunt mode.
  91. This man’s military position should be in his favor as a character reference; instead it is a vulnerability to be used to destroy his life.

    They are criminalizing white people defending their families from insane pervert baby grabbers. Defending his own equity, as Steve so shrewdly recognizes. Expect the left to launch an assault on the rights of (white) homeowners to protect their homes.

    • Replies: @Bill Jones
    @Ghost of Bull Moose


    This man’s military position should be in his favor as a character reference
     
    Willingness to murder strangers at the behest of some piece of political filth is worthy of condemnation not praise.

    Replies: @GeneralRipper

  92. @notsaying
    @Rouetheday

    I came to put up a link to the Daily Mail story that says he has gone to a facility.

    The article says:

    "Deandre had been facing charges of trespass and animal cruelty from different incidents, but he has now been determined mentally incapable of standing trial."

    There's also a transcript of what was said during the video recording of this incident.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9480657/Black-man-confronted-Army-drill-sergeant-mentally-ill.html

    Replies: @raga10

    It’s good to read the transcript, you can clearly see our hero never references any previous incidents that could make him suspicious – he just straight up objects to black guys’ very presence there.

    Also, now that I watched the actual clip, it seems quite obvious to me this guy is not quite there. I’ve worked with intellectually disabled people for a number of years so I can’t be sure – is it my experience that lets me see that, or should that be blatantly obvious to anyone? Please tell me, I really would like to know!

    • Replies: @wren
    @raga10

    Since you have worked with intellectually disabled people for a number of years, I'd like to know what you think. This guy has a history of assaulting animals and women and maybe children, too. He has diagnosed mental issues. He must have been on many people's radar, especially the folks who work with people like him, bless their souls.

    Wasn't someone supposed to be taking care of him?

    Wasn't someone concerned that he would repeat the same behaviour that kept getting him in trouble?

    Wasn't someone concerned he would hurt someone? Perhaps a baby?

    Who dropped the ball?

    Replies: @raga10

  93. @JohnnyWalker123
    @JohnnyWalker123

    https://twitter.com/Breaking911/status/1383236967240929294

    You guys thought we were kidding?

    The White Boy Summer is just getting started.

    Replies: @Anon, @Mr. Anon

    Trump was supposedly Putin’s puppet.

    Yeah……………if only.

    • Replies: @JohnnyWalker123
    @Mr. Anon

    https://twitter.com/MarketWatch/status/1164454251134894080

  94. Anon[428] • Disclaimer says:

    Timothy B. Lee was an early Voxxer. He started at Ars Technica, did a stint as some sort of visiting scholar at Harvard, went to Vox and mingled with Matt, and is not at Ars Technica again (there’s more to his resume than that).

    Lee tends to stick to geeky and non-political topics like BitCoin, perhaps because he’s a closet realist? This 2017 tweet by Lee is what brought me into this whole iStevey world of race realism:

    This led me to the Vox “debunking” of Murray by Turkheimer, Harden, and Nisbett, which if read closely to the end is mostly a concession to race realism. This led me to the Sam Harris podcast, to Pinker’s Blank Slate, to [email protected], and to a lot of other books (including The Bell Curve) and information sources, expanding to statistics and genetics books.

    Thanks Tim (I guess)!

    • Thanks: MEH 0910
    • Replies: @SFG
    @Anon

    Reality is that which, when you stop believing it, doesn't go away (as per Philip K. Dick, who probably discovered this by direct experience). People are going to keep discovering this stuff because it explains the world better than the official line.

    , @anon
    @Anon


    This led me to the Sam Harris podcast, to Pinker’s Blank Slate, to [email protected], and to a lot of other books (including The Bell Curve) and information sources, expanding to statistics and genetics books.
     
    Is there a seminal book one should start with to evaluate the claims of “race realism”?

    What are some good statistics and genetics books?

    Replies: @Moses, @Anon

  95. @Steve Sailer
    @Dnought

    Who'd gossip with their neighbors about the neighborhood baby-snatcher?

    Replies: @Neoconned

    Why aren’t any local politicians much less the governor of SC standing up to this guy….

    Not even saying throw the book at the black dude…..just let the Sgt off the hook…..

    • Replies: @TWS
    @Neoconned

    Why did both governors who campaigned for girls sports refuse to sign the bills they asked for? One second they want the men in dresses out of the girl's locker room, the next they are all trans rights.

    The fix is in at all levels. Allowing the vote fraud to stand unchallenged by all ticket takers now means you cannot challenge anything. No level of dissent from the approved Overton window is allowed. You cannot go off the reservation anymore. They no longer need to pretend voting matters because everybody accepted that the entirely legitimate and not fraudulent Joe Biden won more votes than Obama. Ignore that he lived in his basement and could not gather a dozen to his rallies. You accept that level of fraud and it's one party totalitarian from then on.

    The duck might actually wind up being a white pill.

    , @tyrone
    @Neoconned

    Because republicans are chickenshit and democrats are evil......that sums up American politics
    .

  96. @raga10
    So let me get this straight: there were two reports made about behaviour of this black dude on the 8th and 10th of April, which is why our Drill Sergeant told him to bugger off when he saw him on the (public) street sometime around the 15th?

    Well, that would make perfect sense... except I'd expect those reports were lodged with local cops not with the Army so in fact he had no idea; he simply didn't like a black guy walking through his neighbourhood.

    So yeah, it is a case of racism, plain and simple - it's just that like a broken clock that is right twice a day, he happened to be right.

    Replies: @Dnought, @Elli, @Deadite, @JimDandy, @Colin Wright, @El Dato, @GeneralRipper, @TontoBubbaGoldstein, @jamie b., @TWS

    ‘…So yeah, it is a case of racism, plain and simple…’

    That’s desperate. Maybe, instead, you could have the intellectual courage to face up to what’s happening.

    Start with that.

  97. Black constantly verbally harass and physically attack whites in public places, that’s the real story here. This black assaulted white women and children.

    There is something good about this case though. It makes it clear to whites that they cannot live safely in integrated sunbelt suburban sprawl housing developments with “middle class” blacks, who are largely incompetent affirmative action and government worker clowns. White need to form enclaves to be safe now. To do that, we need to organize along racial lines. White nationalism looks more inevitable than ever right now.

    • Replies: @Anon
    @ATBOTL


    White need to form enclaves to be safe now. To do that, we need to organize along racial lines. White nationalism looks more inevitable than ever right now.
     
    There is a race on to miscegenate Whites out to the point of insignificance before a critical mass can wake up and take affirmative steps to organize. Can miscegenation outrun the process of organization? Miscegenation has a head start.
  98. @wren
    What a Remarkably Upside-Down world we live in if this guy gets prosecuted by biden's justice department for protecting his wife from a baby snatching, sexually assaulting predator with other "underlying mental conditions."

    I am guessing and hoping that many of the lynch mob who showed up in his yard did not know that they were siding with a pervert who was assaulting the neighborhood women and trying to steal the babies.

    However, everything is remarkably upside down these days, so perhaps not.


    https://s3.amazonaws.com/quodverum/media_attachments/files/001/534/732/original/3afbaaac6f8eccdc.jpg

    Replies: @Clyde, @HammerJack, @Trinity, @BenKenobi

    Your superior graphic says it all about the anarcho-tyranny times we live in. Where the sane and perceptive get banished, stripped of their jobs, get deplatformed. Where the liars, the godless, the cynical and the criminal losers are listened to, along with the listener’s eyes wide shut.

    But the emperors have no clothes. But they do as long as long as they control the Media Megaphones. The Manchurian Candidate-ization of American plebs.

  99. @JimDandy
    @raga10

    What are you talking about?

    Well, that would make perfect sense… except I’d expect those reports were lodged with local cops not with the Army so in fact he had no idea;

    The man who is in the Army lives in that neighborhood. It didn't occur to you that he might have heard about such behavior going on in his neighborhood... from his neighbors?

    he simply didn’t like a black guy walking through his neighbourhood.

    Ahhh... "neighbourhood". I see. You're not from these parts are you, Pilgrim?

    Replies: @raga10

    Ahhh… “neighbourhood”. I see. You’re not from these parts are you, Pilgrim?

    I’m not. Sometimes I try to Americanize my spelling in order to assist your reading comprehension, other times I can’t be bothered, but I never try to claim that I am American; in fact I stated a number of times that I am not. What difference does it make? For what that’s worth I was married to an American once, but that’s not the point. We have crime (not as much as you perhaps, but still), we have immigration, we have racial tensions. It’s the same everywhere…

    • Replies: @JimDandy
    @raga10

    For what that’s worth I was married to an American once

    Ah, it all keeps getting clearer and clearer.

    , @Patrick McNally
    @raga10

    Are you saying that where you live there is no such thing as word of mouth on the street? Whatever the total facts may have been in this case (I'm still reserving judgment) it's silly to say that only someone who has seen police reports would know anything.

    Replies: @raga10

  100. The young man has “an underlying medical condition that may explain the behavior exhibited in the alleged incidents,” the agency said.

    If the young man is mentally ill, just say so. Maybe “being black” is now recognized as a medical condition, and a valid excuse for offensive behavior?

    • Agree: Just another serf
    • Replies: @Anon
    @Mr Mox



    The young man has “an underlying medical condition that may explain the behavior exhibited in the alleged incidents,” the agency said.
     
    If the young man is mentally ill, just say so.
     
    “Underlying medical condition” makes Pentland seem like more of an insensitive brute (and correspondingly makes the black male look more vulnerable) than “mentally ill” does.
  101. @Mr. Anon
    If you had to choose an archetype for the noble animal we call "Dog", it would be the Beagle. General Milford Beagle dishonors the name of this fine example of the genus Canis familiarus.

    Replies: @Clyde

    If you had to choose an archetype for the noble animal we call “Dog”, it would be the Beagle. General Milford Beagle dishonors the name of this fine example of the genus Canis familiarus.

    I was walking by a man walking his beagle. I looked at doggie and lifted a limp right hand. Beagle responded, he lifted his paw, getting into hunt mode.

  102. The article says:
    “Deandre had been facing charges of trespass and animal cruelty from different incidents, but he has now been determined mentally incapable of standing trial.”

    wtf– Deandre is more of a girl’s name. No wonder he is mental. Boy Named Sue Syndrome.

    • Replies: @Steve-O
    @Clyde

    There are four DeAndres currently in the NBA.

    Replies: @Clyde

  103. @raga10
    @notsaying

    It's good to read the transcript, you can clearly see our hero never references any previous incidents that could make him suspicious - he just straight up objects to black guys' very presence there.

    Also, now that I watched the actual clip, it seems quite obvious to me this guy is not quite there. I've worked with intellectually disabled people for a number of years so I can't be sure - is it my experience that lets me see that, or should that be blatantly obvious to anyone? Please tell me, I really would like to know!

    Replies: @wren

    Since you have worked with intellectually disabled people for a number of years, I’d like to know what you think. This guy has a history of assaulting animals and women and maybe children, too. He has diagnosed mental issues. He must have been on many people’s radar, especially the folks who work with people like him, bless their souls.

    Wasn’t someone supposed to be taking care of him?

    Wasn’t someone concerned that he would repeat the same behaviour that kept getting him in trouble?

    Wasn’t someone concerned he would hurt someone? Perhaps a baby?

    Who dropped the ball?

    • Replies: @raga10
    @wren

    You're absolutely right, somebody should be taking care of him. If not his family, then social services. If they didn't do that, they dropped the ball - not for the first time and not the last. Perhaps if social services were better funded, they could do a better job?

    Replies: @wren, @Hangnail Hans, @Clyde, @Clyde, @Achmed E. Newman

  104. @Reg Cæsar
    @Deadite

    "Are you aware that Claude Pepper is known all over Washington as a shameless extrovert? Not only that, but this man is reliably reported to practice nepotism with his sister-in-law, and he has a sister who was once a thespian in wicked New York. Worst of all, it is an established fact that Mr. Pepper before his marriage habitually practiced celibacy."

    --attributed to, but fiercely denied by, George Smathers

    FLORIDA: Anything Goes-- Monday, Apr. 17, 1950

    Replies: @Deadite, @Rouetheday

    I remember reading an account of this stump speech years ago. I could have sworn that the speech contained a passage accusing Peppers of “attending a university where the students openly matriculated together”.

  105. @Mr. Anon
    @JohnnyWalker123

    Trump was supposedly Putin's puppet.

    Yeah...............if only.

    Replies: @JohnnyWalker123

  106. @Anonymous
    @JohnnyWalker123

    That was absolutely dreadful.

    In olden days, when giants still roamed the earth, pop singers could actually sing:

    https://youtu.be/1sFy5_kmEi4

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @JohnnyWalker123, @jamie b.

    As of 20 years ago, Jay could almost pass for Donald Trump:

  107. @raga10
    @JimDandy


    Ahhh… “neighbourhood”. I see. You’re not from these parts are you, Pilgrim?
     
    I'm not. Sometimes I try to Americanize my spelling in order to assist your reading comprehension, other times I can't be bothered, but I never try to claim that I am American; in fact I stated a number of times that I am not. What difference does it make? For what that's worth I was married to an American once, but that's not the point. We have crime (not as much as you perhaps, but still), we have immigration, we have racial tensions. It's the same everywhere...

    Replies: @JimDandy, @Patrick McNally

    For what that’s worth I was married to an American once

    Ah, it all keeps getting clearer and clearer.

  108. @wren
    @raga10

    Since you have worked with intellectually disabled people for a number of years, I'd like to know what you think. This guy has a history of assaulting animals and women and maybe children, too. He has diagnosed mental issues. He must have been on many people's radar, especially the folks who work with people like him, bless their souls.

    Wasn't someone supposed to be taking care of him?

    Wasn't someone concerned that he would repeat the same behaviour that kept getting him in trouble?

    Wasn't someone concerned he would hurt someone? Perhaps a baby?

    Who dropped the ball?

    Replies: @raga10

    You’re absolutely right, somebody should be taking care of him. If not his family, then social services. If they didn’t do that, they dropped the ball – not for the first time and not the last. Perhaps if social services were better funded, they could do a better job?

    • Replies: @wren
    @raga10


    Perhaps if social services were better funded, they could do a better job?
     
    It looks like the South Carolina Department of Disabilities and Special needs got about 800 million dollars last year. The Department of Mental Health got 500 million dollars. The Department of Social Services got 750 million dollars.

    The population of South Carolina is about five million people.

    https://www.scstatehouse.gov/sess123_2019-2020/appropriations2019/wmp1a.htm#s36

    Are they well funded?

    I really don't know.

    , @Hangnail Hans
    @raga10

    Or perhaps if we cut back just a bit on mental defectives mating with half-siblings there wouldn't be quite so much work for incompetent "social services" in the first place?

    , @Clyde
    @raga10


    You’re absolutely right, somebody should be taking care of him. If not his family, then social services. If they didn’t do that, they dropped the ball – not for the first time and not the last. Perhaps if social services were better funded, they could do a better job?
     
    We don't have enough money to fund the social services our massive (compared to the UK) black population needs. Neither do you in UK. It is a bottomless pit and a thankless task. What social services do they receive in their African homeland?
    Answer: Non-existent.

    Thankless task as in todays headlines:


    Clashes break out in Chicago, NYC and Minnesota and dozens are arrested after thousands of BLM demonstrators march to protest the fatal police shootings of Adam Toledo, 13, and Daunte Wright
     
    , @Clyde
    @raga10

    Whenever you think of America's 13% black population, always think in terms of thankless task to make them happy enough. Ever since welfare transfer payments were upped and upped during LBJ's Great Society, our blacks get lots more money out of taxpayers than they put into the pot via their labor.

    They really do think in terms of greedy whitey is keeping it all (money) for himself. You in UK will think the same soon enough. Your blacks must be 2% of UK population? But then your non-immigration nation (the US is an immigration nation) decided to allow in millions of Muslims from Pakistan who run the biggest immigration scam. Where they rarely marry a fellow UK Pakistani. Instead they marry one from Pakistan. The UK family gets thousands of pounds payment from the Pakistani family, plus maybe a family member is sent to UK to slave away for 5 years at minimum or zero wages, to work in a Pakistani owned fish and chips or curry shop. Fried chicken shops too.

    Then you in UK allowed in a few million Muslims from the Balkans. With many of the men battle hardened. So they turned to crime in your high trust nation of easy pickings. The only legitimate business they are ever in is running kabob shops and perhaps automobile mechanics.
    You lot in UK can take comfort in that Germany and France have done roughly the same as far as Muslim immigration. France has made Muslim polygamy legal so that these useless eaters get even more social welfare payouts.

    , @Achmed E. Newman
    @raga10

    Listen, Raga, your repliers did a nice job of pinning you down. You came on here to excuse the guy, maybe not because he's black, but because the Lyin' Press had you thinking that, "OK, now we've got a real racism story, so I can feel better about the world being still fair." You fell for what they do every time, giving one side of the story on video, and, IF EVER at all, giving other important details that contradict their narrative much later or in paragraph 37 of an article.

    Steve has documented this way of lying very well. You may agree with him, but he can't be on top of every damn story, no matter how much he DOES read the NY Times and Washington Post. You had the truth pointed out to you, and that's when you came up with some ridiculous comments to support your opinion that this Ft. Jackson guy was in the wrong.

    No, what he did was the RIGHT THING to do... in normal, sane times. Now you, the Brit*, come up with "Social Services!" That's the typical Socialist mindset that you may have had drilled in from birth over there. Not all Americans have this government-as-Mommy attitude. The way things were going, that nutso black guy could have done something irreversible before the legal system (see that about Sheriff Lott, the cuck politician?) got to him in any way.

    This guy Pentland had a moral duty to to get this guy away from his family and neighborhood, a duty that most Americans shy away from. Now, we can understand why even more Americans will shy away from trying to take care of problems themselves in the near future. Of course, a Brit Socialist would like that. So do these black people in the crowds menacing Mr. Pentland's family and neighborhood. The effect of this is to make White people understand that dealing with menacing black people is an all or nothing deal.

    .

    * I also notice these odd spellings right away. It's probably you something. you can't hide (if you wanted to) without a lot of effort, so it means British, Canadian, or Australian/New Zealander.

    Replies: @raga10

  109. @Anonymous
    @JohnnyWalker123

    That was absolutely dreadful.

    In olden days, when giants still roamed the earth, pop singers could actually sing:

    https://youtu.be/1sFy5_kmEi4

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @JohnnyWalker123, @jamie b.

  110. https://www.rcsd.net/contact/contact-sheriff-lott/

    The way UK policing got wrecked was by abolishing the old route to the top, where everyone HAD to start as a constable on the beat, to the current system of fast-tracking sociology and criminology grads into management, with the results we see in Rotherham and elsewhere.

    Born in Aiken, South Carolina, in 1953, Sheriff Leon Lott attended the University of South Carolina – Aiken, earning an Associate Degree in Police Administration. He went on to attend the University of South Carolina – Columbia, earning a Bachelor Degree in Sociology and continued with graduate study for a Masters in Criminal Justice.

    Later, Sheriff Lott graduated from the FBI National Academy, FBI National Executive Institute, Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government, and Furman University’s SC Diversity Leadership Academy. Sheriff Lott earned a Masters in Emergency Management from Lander University.

    “We’re not going to let people be bullies in our community”

    • LOL: wren
    • Replies: @aldasfail770
    @YetAnotherAnon

    There will be a point when the following happens;

    A White Male is trolled into defending his family or home
    The black mob then pounces and shows up at the family home which is an extreme threat to the families safety due to sheer numbers and tension.
    Instead of cowering they piss off the WRONG White guy who owns lots of firearms, owns lots of munitions, and knows how to use them.

    See this White Male knows the deal, he knows the media will vilify him, he knows the police will arrest him even if it is his life that is threatened, he knows the score.

    So since he is getting threatened by the mob at HIS home on HIS turf he takes his weapons and opens fire on the crowd. Since he knows he will be arrested and go to prison the rest of his life he then fires at the police and causes a stand off. It will be Ruby Ridge 2021 but in the suburbs.

    The White Male will be prepared for this scenario. Tear gas will not work due to his previous stocking up on gas masks for his family. He will likely have body armor too.
    (Example you can buy head to toe body armor multicam uniform for $6000 USD)
    The Man will likely also be a prepper so cutting his power and trying to starve him out is pointless because he has enough food and supplies to last years.

    Most homes have basements where "Safe rooms" can be built.


    This is all extreme but our times are extreme. 300 blacks showing up threatening a family with video and pictures is enough proof to tell men who refuse to back down and cower that going all in and shooting everybody is their only option.

    I personally hope this does not happen. I wish harm on no one. I would not condone this scenario, but when I see the above picture, when I see elderly men pulled out of their cars at gunpoint in Portland and police do nothing I know that my scenario above is inevitable.

  111. @JMcG
    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/court-filing-richland-sheriff-covered-up-school-deputy-preying-on-teens-for-9-years/ar-BB1f0Tip

    Paging Johnny Walker 123

    Replies: @YetAnotherAnon, @res, @JohnnyWalker123

    Maybe Sheriff Leon Lott just has a soft spot for men who are alleged to have committed sexual assaults, whether they be young “mentally ill” black guys or his deputies.

    • Agree: JMcG
  112. @RichardTaylor
    @Reg Cæsar

    As you can see, these articles are too consistently anti-White to be an accident. They go out of their way to describe White people the way the Nazis described Jews in their most vulgar propaganda.

    All the "elite" establishment mainstream media outlets do it. It's yet another piece of the coordinated attack against White people, which I'm sure you'll agree brings to mind certain UN conventions.

    Replies: @Mr. Blank, @Anonymous

    Yeah, it hasn’t escaped my notice that the Julius Streicher vibe towards whites from the mainstream media has been getting a lot stronger lately.

    Of course if you point this out — as in, just calmly highlighting exactly what they are proudly saying — YOU’RE somehow the Nazi.

    I wish there were a way to just fast-forward through this part of history and get to the aftermath part. The looming dread about what happens next is getting unbearable.

  113. • Replies: @gent
    @MEH 0910

    We've finally reached the point where dissidence is an outright crime. Congrats everyone!

    , @El Dato
    @MEH 0910

    2021: Doubting Black Lives Matter is now criminal.

    ‘I see my money as not my own’: BLM co-founder defends growing hoard of fancy homes in mostly-white neighborhoods


    Cullors and her spouse were also spotted last year in the Bahamas by an employee who reported they were eyeing a unit in The Albany, a 600-acre oceanside paradise that included a private marina and “designer golf course.” The snoop described it as a “fourth or fifth home,” extremely “high-end,” where “people are coming here for complete and total privacy.”
     
    I'm sure that's all just hearsay.

    At least she won't be starting Epstein Island parties.
    , @Hangnail Hans
    @MEH 0910

    Berating a BLACK teenager?
    Yep. Criminal charges for that.
    The downward spiral intensifies.

    , @Buffalo Joe
    @MEH 0910

    MEH, "berating" is now a crime. I wonder if the black kid had his hair done up in berates? And make that a former friend of her son.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    , @Stan d Mute
    @MEH 0910

    NYT, the iSteve content generating factory.

    Felonious “berating.” But maybe the best part of the piece is this: “one of the worst, most difficult situations we have had to deal with as a family.”

    Berating is Lynching.

  114. @raga10
    @JimDandy


    Ahhh… “neighbourhood”. I see. You’re not from these parts are you, Pilgrim?
     
    I'm not. Sometimes I try to Americanize my spelling in order to assist your reading comprehension, other times I can't be bothered, but I never try to claim that I am American; in fact I stated a number of times that I am not. What difference does it make? For what that's worth I was married to an American once, but that's not the point. We have crime (not as much as you perhaps, but still), we have immigration, we have racial tensions. It's the same everywhere...

    Replies: @JimDandy, @Patrick McNally

    Are you saying that where you live there is no such thing as word of mouth on the street? Whatever the total facts may have been in this case (I’m still reserving judgment) it’s silly to say that only someone who has seen police reports would know anything.

    • Replies: @raga10
    @Patrick McNally


    Whatever the total facts may have been in this case (I’m still reserving judgment) it’s silly to say that only someone who has seen police reports would know anything.
     
    Well then, never mind what I said - let's concentrate on what Pentland said, or rather, what he didn't say. Namely, he didn't say anything that would suggest his knowledge of Deandre's previous involvement in any baby-snatching or woman-grabbing. What he did say, in fact, is "I have never seen you before in my life" (from the transcript)

    Replies: @anonymous, @Patrick McNally

  115. @James J O'Meara
    @Steve Sailer

    Hitler supposedly thought Wodehouse's characters were accurate portrayals of Brits, and so had no doubt his army could beat them.

    Replies: @Anon, @Anonymous, @duncsbaby, @Spect3r, @Lurker

    You mean like they did in Dunkirk?

    • Replies: @BB753
    @Spect3r

    The British were spared by the Germans in the hope that Germany could reach an armistice with Britain. Before Churchill, Britain was playing both sides with the USSR and Germany, which was the usual and saner policy in Continental matters.

  116. @Patrick McNally
    @raga10

    Are you saying that where you live there is no such thing as word of mouth on the street? Whatever the total facts may have been in this case (I'm still reserving judgment) it's silly to say that only someone who has seen police reports would know anything.

    Replies: @raga10

    Whatever the total facts may have been in this case (I’m still reserving judgment) it’s silly to say that only someone who has seen police reports would know anything.

    Well then, never mind what I said – let’s concentrate on what Pentland said, or rather, what he didn’t say. Namely, he didn’t say anything that would suggest his knowledge of Deandre’s previous involvement in any baby-snatching or woman-grabbing. What he did say, in fact, is “I have never seen you before in my life” (from the transcript)

    • Replies: @anonymous
    @raga10


    Well then, never mind what I said – let’s concentrate on what Pentland said, or rather, what he didn’t say.
     
    Okay: Pentland didn’t say anything “racist.”

    Replies: @raga10

    , @Patrick McNally
    @raga10

    He doesn't have to have seen someone before in order to have heard that a stranger was causing trouble. I don't specifically know that is how things went down, but it's plausible enough. There's also no reason why he should give a recital of whatever he thinks the alleged offender did. In a comic book you might have a scene where Spider-Man confronts Doctor Octopus and begins accusing him of carrying out a nefarious plan. This is a mechanism for filling in readers who missed an earlier issue. But in the real world you wouldn't recite charges in a confrontation. Whatever it was that pissed him off about this stranger it might be something which we haven't heard of yet. The only value in the stories we've heard so far is that they show that this person was capable of doing things which might piss a reasonable person off.

    Replies: @raga10

  117. @Reg Cæsar
    @Barack Obama's secret Unz account


    I can’t find the quote, but some politician – I think American – made a speech explaining his vote for women’s suffrage, where he said he was votin’ fer it ’cause his momma told him to.
     
    Tennessee's ratification put the 19th Amendment over the top. The deciding vote in the legislature was by a fellow who was pressured by his mother.

    I don't know if this is the case you refer to, but he appears to be a leading candidate:


    Harry T. Burn


    "I know that a mother’s advice is always safest for her boy to follow, and my mother wanted me to vote for ratification."


    https://p1cdn4static.civiclive.com/UserFiles/Servers/Server_109478/Image/MayorsOffice/suffrage/burn-family.jpg

    Replies: @Spect3r, @Barack Obama's secret Unz account

    Damn, she looks a lot like Mrs Doubtfire

    😀

  118. @Mike Tre
    Brig. Gen. Milford H. Beagle Jr. is a negro. Jonathan Pentland is screwed.

    I say again to white males, do not join the military.

    Replies: @Gordo

    I say again to white males, do not join the military.

    Join for what you can get out of it.

    • Agree: William Badwhite
  119. @raga10
    @wren

    You're absolutely right, somebody should be taking care of him. If not his family, then social services. If they didn't do that, they dropped the ball - not for the first time and not the last. Perhaps if social services were better funded, they could do a better job?

    Replies: @wren, @Hangnail Hans, @Clyde, @Clyde, @Achmed E. Newman

    Perhaps if social services were better funded, they could do a better job?

    It looks like the South Carolina Department of Disabilities and Special needs got about 800 million dollars last year. The Department of Mental Health got 500 million dollars. The Department of Social Services got 750 million dollars.

    The population of South Carolina is about five million people.

    https://www.scstatehouse.gov/sess123_2019-2020/appropriations2019/wmp1a.htm#s36

    Are they well funded?

    I really don’t know.

  120. @JMcG
    https://home.army.mil/jackson/application/files/4815/4939/9105/Brigadier-General-Milford-Beagle-Jr-200x250.png

    General Milford Beagle

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @El Dato, @The Alarmist, @The Wild Geese Howard, @Dmon

    Brig. Gen. Milford H. Beagle Jr., Fort Jackson’s commanding officer, tweeted Wednesday that the “unfortunate incident” had “brought disrespect to @fortjackson our Army and the trust with the public we serve.”

    All that authority: Gone.

  121. @Mr. Blank
    Ohhhhh. Okay. That explains it.

    I saw some images from this posted by some black people I know, basically insinuating that all black people should show up and "teach this white cracka a lesson." None of it linked to news stories or provided any context. There were some photos of a big white guy confronting a black dude, then photos of a huge black crowd protesting in front of his house.

    I figured there HAD to be something more to it, because in 2021, normal white people (the guy looked pretty fit, clean-cut, noticeable tattoos) should be smart enough to never confront blacks without a very, very good reason.

    So, the guy's life is ruined because he was trying to defend his wife and his neighborhood from a lunatic.

    Message: White people should never, ever interact with blacks for any reason.

    And if you have to call the cops on a black person, be sure to make the situation sound as dire as possible. None of this, "yeah there's this black dude acting weird and bothering folks, maybe send a squad car down here to check it out." You should be screaming, "there's this man out here who's attacking women! He tried to attack my wife! Oh my God! Please send help! I think he might be high on PCP!"

    That way, if the cops show up and end up killing him, and the news media plays the 911 call for everybody on earth to hear, nobody will accuse YOU of causing the man's death because you reported somebody "walking while black."

    Replies: @Mr. Blank, @International Jew, @Sean


    And if you have to call the cops on a black person, be sure to make the situation sound as dire as possible. None of this, “yeah there’s this black dude acting weird and bothering folks, maybe send a squad car down here to check it out.” You should be screaming, “there’s this man out here who’s attacking women! He tried to attack my wife! Oh my God! Please send help! I think he might be high on PCP!”

    I disagree, the police are wise to that kind of thing, and the person taking the call will be trained to pick your story apart with questions. No one call is going to work. What you need to do is all call at once with the same story, the truth will be enough. If it is not prioritised and the man is gone by the time the police arrive then so much the better.

    That way, if the cops show up and end up killing him, and the news media plays the 911 call for everybody on earth to hear, nobody will accuse YOU of causing the man’s death because you reported somebody “walking while black.”

    The guy wasn’t moving along., so a call to the police would be reasonable. Soldier boy’s neighbors asked him to handle it because they were reverse Karens aware that calling the police on someone who happened to be black was best avoided. So they put it on him to handle it in personal confrontation , which was orders of magnitude more likely to place him in reputational and legal jeopardy. What a fool he was not to just agree then quietly call the police.

    On an episode of the Joe Rogan Experience writer Malcolm Gladwell:

    “Serpico is an Eastern. It’s a crooked cop, it’s the bad apple who has screwed up… there are lots, tons and tons, of Hollywood movies are Easterns. “The Northern is the case where law and order exists, and law and order is morally righteous. The system works. The show, Law and Order, is a Northern. It’s a functioning apparatus of justice which reliably and accurately produces the correct result in confronting criminality every single day when it’s on TV.

    “The Southern is where the entire… all John Grisham novels are Southern. They are where the entire apparatus is corrupt.

    “So in the Western, there is no system. In the Northern, there’s a system and it’s fantastic. In the Eastern, the system is reformed from within, but in the Southern the system has to be reformed from without. ”

    7:35 if it doesn’t itself

  122. make sure that we prevent the incident that occurred on Monday from ever happening again

    Segregation, then?

  123. <Army officials condemned Pentland’s behavior as “disturbing” and as bringing “disrespect” on Fort Jackson

    U. S. Army. Sticking up for Black rapists since 1865.

    • Replies: @anonymous
    @Hippopotamusdrome


    U. S. Army. Sticking up for Black rapists since 1865.
     
    What happened in 1965?

    Replies: @Hippopotamusdrome

    , @Lurker
    @Hippopotamusdrome

    Only up to a point. They executed quite a few in WW2 including the father of blessed St Emmett.

  124. @International Jew
    @Mr. Blank


    nobody will accuse YOU of causing the man’s death
     
    Wrong. You — because of your 911 call — will be the costar of that show. Costar at least; you'll be the star if the responding officer was not white. The media will publish your face and yoir name and your address.

    But you should still call 911 (and skip the theatrics). The vast majority of 911 calls do not result in a shooting. The day we stop reporting crime is the day we've really become slaves.

    Replies: @HammerJack

    Many of us stopped reporting crime many years ago. The system is stacked against us, as you will discover whenever you try it.

    They’re not on your side. Real life isn’t like TV.

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/heres-an-upside-down-wp-article-about-the-heroic-sergeant-who-defended-women-and-children-from-a-lunatic-sex-criminal-and-baby-snatcher/#comment-4595771

  125. the man allegedly put his arm around a woman’s waist, put his hand down the right side of her shorts and then put his arm back around her waist as her pants were partly down

    C’mon. We all saw To Kill a Mocking Bird. She must have forcibly kissed him and then claimed that happened because of the taboo against interracial relations in the bigoted South.

  126. @raga10
    @raga10

    ...actually, I take the last part back - another source says previous incidents were in the same neighborhood.

    Replies: @HammerJack, @res

    Don’t let the facts get in the way of your knee-jerk racism.

  127. @wren
    What a Remarkably Upside-Down world we live in if this guy gets prosecuted by biden's justice department for protecting his wife from a baby snatching, sexually assaulting predator with other "underlying mental conditions."

    I am guessing and hoping that many of the lynch mob who showed up in his yard did not know that they were siding with a pervert who was assaulting the neighborhood women and trying to steal the babies.

    However, everything is remarkably upside down these days, so perhaps not.


    https://s3.amazonaws.com/quodverum/media_attachments/files/001/534/732/original/3afbaaac6f8eccdc.jpg

    Replies: @Clyde, @HammerJack, @Trinity, @BenKenobi

    I am guessing and hoping that many of the lynch mob who showed up in his yard did not know that they were siding with a pervert who was assaulting the neighborhood women and trying to steal babies.

    They couldn’t care less. It was a media-sponsored opportunity to “signify” against white people. That’s more than enough in the Current Year.

  128. @Reg Cæsar
    @Barack Obama's secret Unz account


    I can’t find the quote, but some politician – I think American – made a speech explaining his vote for women’s suffrage, where he said he was votin’ fer it ’cause his momma told him to.
     
    Tennessee's ratification put the 19th Amendment over the top. The deciding vote in the legislature was by a fellow who was pressured by his mother.

    I don't know if this is the case you refer to, but he appears to be a leading candidate:


    Harry T. Burn


    "I know that a mother’s advice is always safest for her boy to follow, and my mother wanted me to vote for ratification."


    https://p1cdn4static.civiclive.com/UserFiles/Servers/Server_109478/Image/MayorsOffice/suffrage/burn-family.jpg

    Replies: @Spect3r, @Barack Obama's secret Unz account

    I think that’s the guy

    His mother looks like him in drag, sort of a Norma Bates situation

  129. @raga10
    So let me get this straight: there were two reports made about behaviour of this black dude on the 8th and 10th of April, which is why our Drill Sergeant told him to bugger off when he saw him on the (public) street sometime around the 15th?

    Well, that would make perfect sense... except I'd expect those reports were lodged with local cops not with the Army so in fact he had no idea; he simply didn't like a black guy walking through his neighbourhood.

    So yeah, it is a case of racism, plain and simple - it's just that like a broken clock that is right twice a day, he happened to be right.

    Replies: @Dnought, @Elli, @Deadite, @JimDandy, @Colin Wright, @El Dato, @GeneralRipper, @TontoBubbaGoldstein, @jamie b., @TWS

    he simply didn’t like a black guy walking through his neighbourhood

    You say this as if there were something wrong with that.

  130. @raga10
    @wren

    You're absolutely right, somebody should be taking care of him. If not his family, then social services. If they didn't do that, they dropped the ball - not for the first time and not the last. Perhaps if social services were better funded, they could do a better job?

    Replies: @wren, @Hangnail Hans, @Clyde, @Clyde, @Achmed E. Newman

    Or perhaps if we cut back just a bit on mental defectives mating with half-siblings there wouldn’t be quite so much work for incompetent “social services” in the first place?

  131. @MEH 0910
    https://twitter.com/nytimes/status/1383231255123169280

    Replies: @gent, @El Dato, @Hangnail Hans, @Buffalo Joe, @Stan d Mute

    We’ve finally reached the point where dissidence is an outright crime. Congrats everyone!

  132. @MEH 0910
    https://twitter.com/nytimes/status/1383231255123169280

    Replies: @gent, @El Dato, @Hangnail Hans, @Buffalo Joe, @Stan d Mute

    2021: Doubting Black Lives Matter is now criminal.

    ‘I see my money as not my own’: BLM co-founder defends growing hoard of fancy homes in mostly-white neighborhoods

    Cullors and her spouse were also spotted last year in the Bahamas by an employee who reported they were eyeing a unit in The Albany, a 600-acre oceanside paradise that included a private marina and “designer golf course.” The snoop described it as a “fourth or fifth home,” extremely “high-end,” where “people are coming here for complete and total privacy.”

    I’m sure that’s all just hearsay.

    At least she won’t be starting Epstein Island parties.

  133. @MEH 0910
    https://twitter.com/nytimes/status/1383231255123169280

    Replies: @gent, @El Dato, @Hangnail Hans, @Buffalo Joe, @Stan d Mute

    Berating a BLACK teenager?
    Yep. Criminal charges for that.
    The downward spiral intensifies.

  134. @Altai
    "who is White"

    https://books.google.com/ngrams/graph?content=who+is+white&year_start=1800&year_end=2019&corpus=28&smoothing=3&case_insensitive=true#

    It's a shame the NYT chronicle tool got removed, I presume because Steve kept doing searches for Emmet Till. Or maybe I just can't find it, but their new R&D page that the old chronicle page links to no longer has it.

    Interesting ngram pattern anyway, the phrase first jumps to a peak in 1968ish, the height of racial strife in the US before declining and beginning to raise again a generation later and now post-2014. Every generation.

    Replies: @Hangnail Hans, @res

    There was a period (I’m unclear on the exact dates) maybe late 70s or 80s to 2010? When it seemed like blacks and whites might have been able to find a way to get along in this country.

    But TPTB don’t want any of that.
    Doesnt serve their purposes.

    • Replies: @Altai
    @Hangnail Hans

    When MLK got Kennedy'd just as he was transitioning the civil rights movement away from civil rights since there weren't any laws discriminating against blacks and instead sought to orientate black activism around class issues the die was cast. (Imagine the mass politicisation of blacks in America against immigration)

    A new leader never came, the politicisation of blacks became ossified around civil rights both structurally and aesthetically. With holdover leadership from that time LARPing the civil rights movement of the 1960s well into the 21st century despite the problems of blacks in America being almost entirely to do with class issues. There is no legal discrimination against black people in America and in light of that, the whole civil rights LARPing is simultaneously loud and consuming but ultimately fruitless because it can find no problems for which it is the solution.

  135. @raga10
    @wren

    You're absolutely right, somebody should be taking care of him. If not his family, then social services. If they didn't do that, they dropped the ball - not for the first time and not the last. Perhaps if social services were better funded, they could do a better job?

    Replies: @wren, @Hangnail Hans, @Clyde, @Clyde, @Achmed E. Newman

    You’re absolutely right, somebody should be taking care of him. If not his family, then social services. If they didn’t do that, they dropped the ball – not for the first time and not the last. Perhaps if social services were better funded, they could do a better job?

    We don’t have enough money to fund the social services our massive (compared to the UK) black population needs. Neither do you in UK. It is a bottomless pit and a thankless task. What social services do they receive in their African homeland?
    Answer: Non-existent.

    Thankless task as in todays headlines:

    Clashes break out in Chicago, NYC and Minnesota and dozens are arrested after thousands of BLM demonstrators march to protest the fatal police shootings of Adam Toledo, 13, and Daunte Wright

  136. @JMcG
    https://home.army.mil/jackson/application/files/4815/4939/9105/Brigadier-General-Milford-Beagle-Jr-200x250.png

    General Milford Beagle

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @El Dato, @The Alarmist, @The Wild Geese Howard, @Dmon

    Lulz … Beagle. Who’s a good boy!

  137. @raga10
    @wren

    You're absolutely right, somebody should be taking care of him. If not his family, then social services. If they didn't do that, they dropped the ball - not for the first time and not the last. Perhaps if social services were better funded, they could do a better job?

    Replies: @wren, @Hangnail Hans, @Clyde, @Clyde, @Achmed E. Newman

    Whenever you think of America’s 13% black population, always think in terms of thankless task to make them happy enough. Ever since welfare transfer payments were upped and upped during LBJ’s Great Society, our blacks get lots more money out of taxpayers than they put into the pot via their labor.

    They really do think in terms of greedy whitey is keeping it all (money) for himself. You in UK will think the same soon enough. Your blacks must be 2% of UK population? But then your non-immigration nation (the US is an immigration nation) decided to allow in millions of Muslims from Pakistan who run the biggest immigration scam. Where they rarely marry a fellow UK Pakistani. Instead they marry one from Pakistan. The UK family gets thousands of pounds payment from the Pakistani family, plus maybe a family member is sent to UK to slave away for 5 years at minimum or zero wages, to work in a Pakistani owned fish and chips or curry shop. Fried chicken shops too.

    Then you in UK allowed in a few million Muslims from the Balkans. With many of the men battle hardened. So they turned to crime in your high trust nation of easy pickings. The only legitimate business they are ever in is running kabob shops and perhaps automobile mechanics.
    You lot in UK can take comfort in that Germany and France have done roughly the same as far as Muslim immigration. France has made Muslim polygamy legal so that these useless eaters get even more social welfare payouts.

  138. @Anon
    @JohnnyWalker123

    The fundamental problem with immigrants is that with 7 billion people on planet, many in 3rd world countries trying to leave for a better place, they've officially reached the swarming locust stage.

    The numbers of immigrants have grown to the point where their numbers are seriously overwhelming to the economy of any country they swarm. These immigrants behave like swarming locusts. They are gobbling up resources the native citizens need.

    You have to stop thinking of immigrants as humans anymore, but as an animal that shows typical animal behavior. You have to stop romanticizing humans and take them off their pedestal next to the angels and admit they're just a type of animal. Animals are affected by the basic laws of population and carrying capacity. Immigrants are a massive locust swarm, inflicting destruction wherever they go simply because their numbers are too large.

    This swarming is going to get worse. World population numbers are only going to climb.

    It will get worse.

    Replies: @The Alarmist, @Corvinus

    Maybe fleas would be a better analogy at present, but we’re getting close to the time of locusts.

  139. @raga10
    @wren

    You're absolutely right, somebody should be taking care of him. If not his family, then social services. If they didn't do that, they dropped the ball - not for the first time and not the last. Perhaps if social services were better funded, they could do a better job?

    Replies: @wren, @Hangnail Hans, @Clyde, @Clyde, @Achmed E. Newman

    Listen, Raga, your repliers did a nice job of pinning you down. You came on here to excuse the guy, maybe not because he’s black, but because the Lyin’ Press had you thinking that, “OK, now we’ve got a real racism story, so I can feel better about the world being still fair.” You fell for what they do every time, giving one side of the story on video, and, IF EVER at all, giving other important details that contradict their narrative much later or in paragraph 37 of an article.

    Steve has documented this way of lying very well. You may agree with him, but he can’t be on top of every damn story, no matter how much he DOES read the NY Times and Washington Post. You had the truth pointed out to you, and that’s when you came up with some ridiculous comments to support your opinion that this Ft. Jackson guy was in the wrong.

    No, what he did was the RIGHT THING to do… in normal, sane times. Now you, the Brit*, come up with “Social Services!” That’s the typical Socialist mindset that you may have had drilled in from birth over there. Not all Americans have this government-as-Mommy attitude. The way things were going, that nutso black guy could have done something irreversible before the legal system (see that about Sheriff Lott, the cuck politician?) got to him in any way.

    This guy Pentland had a moral duty to to get this guy away from his family and neighborhood, a duty that most Americans shy away from. Now, we can understand why even more Americans will shy away from trying to take care of problems themselves in the near future. Of course, a Brit Socialist would like that. So do these black people in the crowds menacing Mr. Pentland’s family and neighborhood. The effect of this is to make White people understand that dealing with menacing black people is an all or nothing deal.

    .

    * I also notice these odd spellings right away. It’s probably you something. you can’t hide (if you wanted to) without a lot of effort, so it means British, Canadian, or Australian/New Zealander.

    • Agree: BenKenobi
    • Replies: @raga10
    @Achmed E. Newman


    You had the truth pointed out to you, and that’s when you came up with some ridiculous comments to support your opinion that this Ft. Jackson guy was in the wrong.
     
    The truth is that Pentland saw a guy who was quite obviously not a full quid just hanging about, and instead of, oh, I don't know - asking if he was OK, he went berserk on him. It's you who is spinning ridiculous narratives to excuse his not even remotely heroic behaviour.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @anonymous

  140. @John Gruskos
    Fight back.

    Stop giving your money to your enemies.

    Boycott Hollywood.
    Boycott the mainstream media.
    Boycott woke big business.
    Boycott woke academia.
    Minimize your support for the government - use every possible legal tax avoidance strategy.

    Replies: @John Milton’s Ghost, @Another Canadian

    I appreciate the sentiment, however, if you don’t watch movies, don’t own a TV, won’t take packages from Amazon or drink pop, won’t go to school and continue to get in trouble with the IRS won’t you end up like the Unibomber?

    • Replies: @John Gruskos
    @Another Canadian

    If you don’t watch movies, don’t own a TV, won’t take packages from Amazon or drink pop, won’t go to school (for worthless "social sciences" and "humanities" degrees) . . .

    . . . you save massive amounts of time and money. There are no downsides.


    "continue to get in trouble with the IRS"

    I didn't say to break the law. Legally reduce your tax payments:

    Avoid or minimize your purchases of products subject to excise tax (alcohol, tobacco, gasoline etc.)

    Give the maximum allowable amount to right-wing charities, thus minimizing your income tax.

  141. @gent
    Here's the unanswered question, who recorded this and posted it? If this kid was roaming around causing trouble, it's likely that it was a sting to get this sort of footage.

    Replies: @Marat, @Anonymous, @El Dato, @Dissident799, @Buck Ransom

    There are always helpful matrons of 25+ stone swarming around, filming everything in which a black gentleman or a nazi racist is involved.

    Former “contradictory statements” have now become “contradictory mp4 cuttings”. Frankly bizarre.

    Also, we are not talking about a “gated community” here, right?

    Weird people, Black Twitter / BLM riffraff assembly … maybe that gate needs an upgrade.

  142. Dissident799 says:
    @gent
    Here's the unanswered question, who recorded this and posted it? If this kid was roaming around causing trouble, it's likely that it was a sting to get this sort of footage.

    Replies: @Marat, @Anonymous, @El Dato, @Dissident799, @Buck Ransom

    Here’s the unanswered question, who recorded this and posted it? If this kid was roaming around causing trouble, it’s likely that it was a sting to get this sort of footage.

    The person who recorded it is Shadae McCallum. You can probably guess her race.

    Shadae McCallum was going on a walk near her home Monday evening when she says she saw a woman yelling at a young Black man nearby.

    “Once it started to get more physical and Jonathan’s wife says the police is coming, I said, ‘oh my goodness if this isn’t documented someone can spin this in a whole other direction,’” she said.

    In particular, she said it hurt her to hear someone tell a young Black man that he was “in the wrong neighborhood,” and needed to “get out.”

    “It could have rubbed me the wrong way because he could’ve easily said I didn’t belong here and I live here,” she said. “I never thought I would be the one behind the camera recording something like this it’s been very emotional and overwhelming.”

    Neighbors said they are familiar with the victim and he does live nearby.

    Notice a couple of hints in the article. It was a woman yelling at the black guy at first before the white guy got involved. Also, it says that the neighbors are familiar with the “victim.”

    https://www.wistv.com/2021/04/15/woman-behind-viral-video-soldiers-confrontation-with-black-man-shares-what-happened/

    • Replies: @Lurker
    @Dissident799


    The person who recorded it is Shadae McCallum. You can probably guess her race.
     
    The real Slim Shadae.
  143. @Anon
    Timothy B. Lee was an early Voxxer. He started at Ars Technica, did a stint as some sort of visiting scholar at Harvard, went to Vox and mingled with Matt, and is not at Ars Technica again (there's more to his resume than that).

    Lee tends to stick to geeky and non-political topics like BitCoin, perhaps because he's a closet realist? This 2017 tweet by Lee is what brought me into this whole iStevey world of race realism:

    https://twitter.com/binarybits/status/865207412692836352

    https://twitter.com/binarybits/status/865211116632375296

    This led me to the Vox "debunking" of Murray by Turkheimer, Harden, and Nisbett, which if read closely to the end is mostly a concession to race realism. This led me to the Sam Harris podcast, to Pinker's Blank Slate, to [email protected], and to a lot of other books (including The Bell Curve) and information sources, expanding to statistics and genetics books.

    Thanks Tim (I guess)!

    Replies: @SFG, @anon

    Reality is that which, when you stop believing it, doesn’t go away (as per Philip K. Dick, who probably discovered this by direct experience). People are going to keep discovering this stuff because it explains the world better than the official line.

  144. According to one incident report, an African-American man approached a woman walking in the area on April 8, put his hand around her waist and then put her hand down the side of her shorts. The woman then pushed away and when she did, her shorts partially came down. As she pulled her shorts back up, the man put his arm around her waist for a second time, according to the incident report. The woman then ran back into her home.

    Shouldn’t this woman be arrested for shoving a Black man? She shouldn’t be allowed to get away with that.

  145. @raga10
    So let me get this straight: there were two reports made about behaviour of this black dude on the 8th and 10th of April, which is why our Drill Sergeant told him to bugger off when he saw him on the (public) street sometime around the 15th?

    Well, that would make perfect sense... except I'd expect those reports were lodged with local cops not with the Army so in fact he had no idea; he simply didn't like a black guy walking through his neighbourhood.

    So yeah, it is a case of racism, plain and simple - it's just that like a broken clock that is right twice a day, he happened to be right.

    Replies: @Dnought, @Elli, @Deadite, @JimDandy, @Colin Wright, @El Dato, @GeneralRipper, @TontoBubbaGoldstein, @jamie b., @TWS

    TROLL.

  146. @Rouetheday
    @Dissident799

    Last night Don Lemon had a Black female from the SC state legislature on to talk about this incident. She almost certainly knows all the particulars of this story but neither she nor Lemon brought up the allegations against this little creep. She also claimed this neighborhood is majority Black. I'm skeptical about that, but if it's true, or it at least has a significant number of Blacks, that makes it much less likely the sergeant was motivated by racism when he told the guy he didn't belong in the neighborhood.

    I'm hearing from family in Columbia that this guy is also suspected of squatting in an empty home in that neighborhood. He does actually live in an adjacent neighborhood with his parents so I would imagine he uses the squat house to get high and party with his homies (assuming there are any homies who will have anything to do with him).

    The latest word is the guy's parents have checked him into a psychiatric facility. Partly to gain sympathy for him, partly to keep him away from further interactions with the media and the law, but mainly because he truly, desperately needs psychiatric help.

    Replies: @notsaying, @Freedom Awaits

    Perhaps the “parent(s)?” should find a veterinarian that will euthanize the rabid animal.

  147. @Deadite
    Steve—
    OT, for your amusement.

    Check out IMDB’s highest ranked Thespians.

    https://m.imdb.com/list/ls056750721/

    I was looking this up because sometime I get Thespian and Lesbian all mixed up. Silly me!!!!

    This is soooo google American Scientists!!!

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @El Dato

    Mads Mikkelsen was so great in “Death Stranding: The Cutscenes”

    • Agree: Polemos
  148. @Clyde

    The article says:
    “Deandre had been facing charges of trespass and animal cruelty from different incidents, but he has now been determined mentally incapable of standing trial.”
     
    wtf-- Deandre is more of a girl's name. No wonder he is mental. Boy Named Sue Syndrome.

    Replies: @Steve-O

    There are four DeAndres currently in the NBA.

    • Replies: @Clyde
    @Steve-O

    You might be wrong
    You might be right
    You might play basketball out of sight

    DeAndre a girlish name
    That black folks invented
    In order to vent

  149. @GeneralRipper
    “I didn’t do anything,” the young man says at one point.

    LOL

    Replies: @Paperback Writer, @Hannah Katz

    So the young man’s name is “Dindu Nuffin” in this case?

  150. @vhrm
    @Charles St. Charles

    For men in general and military people in particular there's a fairly strong sense that you shouldn't mess with someone in their house. It's only a guess but i think in this situation even black soldiers would tend to side with him and therefore would be ticked off if he were punished harshly.

    I somewhat hope that his chain of command has some balls and gives him a minimal slap on the wrist that ends up not derailing his career. But he absolutely could be thrown under the woke bus as you say.

    Replies: @AceDeuce, @AndrewR, @Hibernian

    Even a slap on the wrist can derail a military career when time for a promotion or retention board comes around. There is an up or out rule for enlisted personnel which is relatively loose at junior levels but gets to be like the one for officers at senior enlisted levels.

  151. Anonymous[595] • Disclaimer says:
    @RichardTaylor
    @Reg Cæsar

    As you can see, these articles are too consistently anti-White to be an accident. They go out of their way to describe White people the way the Nazis described Jews in their most vulgar propaganda.

    All the "elite" establishment mainstream media outlets do it. It's yet another piece of the coordinated attack against White people, which I'm sure you'll agree brings to mind certain UN conventions.

    Replies: @Mr. Blank, @Anonymous

    Natzees!

    Thanks for mentioning them, I hadn’t seen the term in what, 2 hours maybe..

  152. @Bigdicknick
    @Anonymous

    The sad truth is many If not most blacks have more empathy for a villain of their own race than a hero of another

    Replies: @AceDeuce, @Anonymous

    Try “all” of them.

    • Agree: Polistra, GeneralRipper
  153. @JohnnyWalker123
    The son of Tom Hanks produced this White supremacist music video called 'White Boy Summer.'

    Watch it here. It's pretty cool.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DK44ojVwVKs

    https://twitter.com/Independent/status/1376152322737328131

    I see this as a major turning point.

    Beware, POC. The White Boy Summer is here.

    Replies: @JimDandy, @Nikolai Vladivostok, @JohnnyWalker123, @Anonymous, @AndrewR, @Nodwink, @The Wild Geese Howard, @Frank McGar, @Paul Jolliffe

    Chet Hanx joined the Australian Navy?

  154. @JohnnyWalker123
    The son of Tom Hanks produced this White supremacist music video called 'White Boy Summer.'

    Watch it here. It's pretty cool.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DK44ojVwVKs

    https://twitter.com/Independent/status/1376152322737328131

    I see this as a major turning point.

    Beware, POC. The White Boy Summer is here.

    Replies: @JimDandy, @Nikolai Vladivostok, @JohnnyWalker123, @Anonymous, @AndrewR, @Nodwink, @The Wild Geese Howard, @Frank McGar, @Paul Jolliffe

    Beware, POC. The White Boy Summer is here.

    Is that better or worse than white boy day?

    • Thanks: Trinity
    • LOL: Abe
  155. @JMcG
    https://home.army.mil/jackson/application/files/4815/4939/9105/Brigadier-General-Milford-Beagle-Jr-200x250.png

    General Milford Beagle

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @El Dato, @The Alarmist, @The Wild Geese Howard, @Dmon

    General Milford Beagle

    The worn-out t-shirt collar is the kind of attention to detail I really like to see from a flag-level officer.

    • LOL: JMcG
  156. @MEH 0910
    https://twitter.com/nytimes/status/1383231255123169280

    Replies: @gent, @El Dato, @Hangnail Hans, @Buffalo Joe, @Stan d Mute

    MEH, “berating” is now a crime. I wonder if the black kid had his hair done up in berates? And make that a former friend of her son.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Buffalo Joe

    I think that'd make a good suburban-liberal lawn sign: "Berating has no home here"

  157. @Je Suis Omar Mateen
    @Buzz Mohawk

    "It’s fucking over. The only way out is not something we can even talk about....
    It’s no joke. It’s obvious now. The only alternative to this future is very bloody, very violent"

    Will never happen. Viz: 13 months and counting of mandatory facediapering - without a shot fired or even a gun brandished. Over a mild flu. White American males are punk-muzzled cowards and deserve genocide. Richly.

    Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard, @AndrewR, @Richard B

    Whitmer is now demanding masks on 2 year olds:

    https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2021/04/16/michigan-gov-gretchen-whitmer-expands-mask-mandate-to-2-year-olds/

    And the Michi-wimps just sit there and continue to take it…

  158. The crazy thing is people like us still look to the media for information yet we all know the MSM is deliberately rigged against White people. Why do we do that? Why do we continue to turn to known and proven lying sources of information for our information?

    Serious question. Why, Steve?

    Geeze, this week alone we just saw Project Veritas get banned for proving that CNN conspires to pervert information and does so to malign White Americans. Further, we just saw that social media, which the msm uses as a source to quote for their misinformation has banned James O’Keefe for reporting the facts about the malignancy of MSM: https://dailystormer.su/james-okeefe-permanently-banned-from-twitter/

    It’s like we’re no better than a lone chimpanzee in a concrete third world zoo, caged alone, tormented and abused, whose only source of relief is constant masturbation.

    Why do we keep expecting the media to suddenly prove itself on our side or, at least, the side of truth when we know from decades of experience it’s sole purpose is to lie us into our own genocide?

    I really want to know. Why do we do that?

    • Agree: Je Suis Omar Mateen
    • Replies: @Pat Hannagan
    @Pat Hannagan

    I know the question won't get answered and I know it won't get answered because the answer makes us uncomfortable about ourselves.

    To alleviate the pain of this recognition about our own petty delusions it's important to understand that technology and not our own moral weakness is the prime mover.

    For instance, though it's true the CIA was involved in drug running and propaganda coinciding with its involvement in the counter-culture so called revolution of the 1960s, there's also the runaway freight train of a well educated people unleashed by the combined forces of radio, and more importantly television, bringing together every corner of the the USA, let alone the world, into one combined now of a drugged up musical bomb that was the sixties.

    Looking at the vast majority of musicians in the 1960s they were jazz or classical trained, well read and well educated. Combine that with drugs and liberation from all constraints along with a rapidly expanding musical production technology and most of all the promotion of it in flashing images on a before never know rolling screen of images called TV, you can't blame the Boomers for their failings or hold them to blame for the desolation of now.

    Think about a performance like the following, and imagine if such an ambitious, clever and gutsy performance could be brought off today in the age of Wet Ass Pussy.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=axePr_RLS0o

    Replies: @S

  159. Sergeant Pentland should not sign or admit to doing anything wrong. If the Army command structure wants to punish him under the UCMJ, he should opt for the (high risk strategy) of a Court Martial.

    While the military has some woke cadre of degenerate commissioned officers, there is still sanity in the enlisted ranks (especially combat arms).

    If all the facts come out in a military trial, no jury of Sergeant Pentland’s peers could convict. We are NOT that far gone. Yet.

    Yes, this strategy asks a lot of Pentland. He will be put under enormous pressure to cow-tow. But he needs to resist and force the Army to make a public spectacle via a trial.

  160. Anon[196] • Disclaimer says:
    @anonymous
    Hoboy, I just knew there was more to this story as I glossed over it. Probably made out the punk to be a thief scoping out the neighborhood or something similar. They should have pressed charges against this sex assaulter rather than ask their neighbor to help them out. Walking off with a child is some serious stuff. No good deed goes unpunished. What a crock this is, a left wing lynch mob. Facts don't matter anymore just the fairytale narrative.

    Replies: @Anon, @James Forrestal

    If you are confronting a bad guy and you sense someone is recording, keep audibly repeating why you are confronting him. “You can’t grope women or snatch babies here.” CNN might remove the sound (removing your vocal justification, your alibi ) from the video, but the Daily Mail would keep the audio. (Would I have remembered to repeat an audible justification? No.)

    • Replies: @anonymous
    @Anon

    Yes, good advice.

    , @anon
    @Anon

    If you are confronting a bad guy and you sense someone is recording, keep audibly repeating why you are confronting him.

    Just assume you are on a camera any time you are in public, because that's the way to bet.

    Loudly repeating a basic fact is a good idea.

    Thanks!

  161. Anonymous[416] • Disclaimer says:
    @Clyde
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Summary of your post is that we are not headed towards Brazil and Brazilification. We are headed towards South Africa. If/when MMT poops out this will accelerate. When their EBT cards come up all zeros in their accounts.

    MMT being modern monetary theory that the Federale Reserve Bank can create trillions of new dollars forever. Xi and Putin are thinking bring it. When MMT implodes they will move gold into being the world's reserve currency and both nations have the tons of gold bars in reserve to pull this off. China is now the world's largest miner-producer of gold.
    ______________

    Russia overtakes China in gold reserves race to end US ...
    https://www.rt.com/business/419820-russia-outpaces-china-gold
    Feb 26, 2018 · It has increased its holdings every month since March 2015. Russia is now among the top five gold holders after surpassing China, which reportedly holds 1,843 tons. Over the last 15 years, Moscow and Beijing have been aggressively accumulating gold reserves to cut their dependence on the US dollar. “Interestingly, both Russia and

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Buzz Mohawk

    Feb 26, 2018 · It has increased its holdings every month since March 2015. Russia is now among the top five gold holders after surpassing China,

    Of what use is gold? Just a luxury shiny object?

  162. Anonymous[416] • Disclaimer says:
    @Bigdicknick
    @Anonymous

    The sad truth is many If not most blacks have more empathy for a villain of their own race than a hero of another

    Replies: @AceDeuce, @Anonymous

    The sad truth is many If not most blacks have more empathy for a villain of their own race than a hero of another

    Is “empathy” a genetic trait? If so, could it vary across population groups?

  163. It’s insane that these people haven’t been purged out of the army yet. I’m going to encourage more of my Chinese students to roam Facebook for more active-duty Trump supporters so I can report them to the FBI. Looks like I’m going to be giving out some more extra credit this semester.

  164. @Charles St. Charles
    That Soldier is (unjustly) screwed, careerwise. NCOs chosen as Drill Sergeants are on the fast track to reach the highest enlisted ranks. Not this guy, anymore.

    He’s also meant to be an object lesson to any White man who stands up to a troublemaking negro (“I didn’t do anything,”) for any reason whatsoever, no matter what the provocation or justification - you WILL be screwed.

    I can’t say he did anything wrong at all, he did what any man of any race should do when the safety of his family, home, and neighbors is threatened. But he is definitely screwed, no matter what Jamal did.

    Replies: @vhrm, @BB753, @Malcolm X-Lax, @415 reasons, @bro3886

    It’s almost like the media is training white people that it’s best to live in a “segregated” neighborhood where you won’t get into these no-win interactions.

    • Replies: @Abolish_public_education
    @415 reasons

    School zoning ensures that segregated neighborhoods lead to segregated schools.

  165. According to this account from a U.K. newspaper the black guy has been committed to a mental facility shortly after this. You would think you would think there had to be serious public safety concerns if the guy was committed.

    Of course the information that the man was a dangerous mental case didn’t get the homeowner any sympathy in the newspaper comments. Now he’s also accused of picking on a poor mentally ill man.

    I doubt any of the commentators would have picked up that a shady guy casing their house for a quarter of an hour was mentally ill but as has been said else where, what do I know?

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9480657/Black-man-confronted-Army-drill-sergeant-mentally-ill.html

    • Replies: @Lurker
    @mc23


    Of course the information that the man was a dangerous mental case didn’t get the homeowner any sympathy in the newspaper comments
     
    I can assure you that after years of [sometimes] getting comments onto the DM site that the majority of any sympathetic comments showing won't even reach the first barbed wire fence let alone storm the trenches. I might get one past moderation but likely none on a story like this. However I can click on a libtard account and see they've had multiple comments allowed on a single story, never mind across several. That won't happen to mine.

    The DM nods and winks in our direction but ruthlessly upholds the narrative on certain stories by manipulation of the comments.


    Furthermore certain stories that should see a lot of interest will show zero comments posted. That, to me, implies that they were all running our way and it's safer to pretend no one is interested.

    , @Lurker
    @mc23

    I've had a look over there.

    Note that the oldest comments are the libtard variety, as more context emerges the saner comments appear. Plus the comment ratios - red vs green - no great support for the libtard narrative.

    Often the number of votes vastly outnumber people commenting because thats the only way to register an opinion.

  166. Uh, oh!! Alert!! Alert!! Move over Derek Chauvin!

    We’ve got our Great White Killer of POCs!!!

    Jeez, look at the is kid’s face. If this doesn’t prove physiognomy is real, then I don’t know what does.

    Story here. A bunch of the victims were Sikhs — I guess no ceremonial knives allowed at FedEx.

    The leftoids are going to milk this one until the woke udder is empty and sore.

    https://6abc.com/fedex-shooting-police-id-killer-in-rampage-as-former-employee-19/10518568/

  167. I wasn’t going to comment on this, but I did see the video, and it did strike me that the young black guy looks like he was mentally ill and probably on medication too, judging by his flat affect.

    The correct thing to do, if he was doing something wrong in the neighborhood, would have been to call the local cops and explain to them what the guy was doing wrong, or that he was behaving strangely, rather than to confront the guy in the manner shown in the video.

    The cops could then decide whether the person had committed an offense or needed to be taken to a mental health evaluation Center. This latter is a formal power that the police have in most jurisdictions that individuals do not have.

    As a person holding a responsible supervisory job such as a drill sergeant, you would imagine that he would know the right thing to do, but jobs like drill sergeant might possibly attract the kind of people who enjoy bullying younger men, don’t you think.

    So was the enraged homeowner acting in a racist fashion? Probably so. However pushing somebody in this manner without causing grievous bodily harm is probably not a felony, and I don’t see why he should lose his job. Actually he was probably demonstrating the qualities that make him good in his job, but in an inappropriate context.

    • Replies: @gent
    @Jonathan Mason

    There were already several police reports filed earlier in the week. You should have seen enough of this sort of thing by now to recognize it on site: fishing for race grievances.
    Who recorded and posted the video? The angle implies it is someone with the negro, rather than the drill sergeant.

    , @anonymous
    @Jonathan Mason


    The correct thing to do, if he was doing something wrong in the neighborhood, would have been to call the local cops and explain to them what the guy was doing wrong, or that he was behaving strangely, rather than to confront the guy in the manner shown in the video.
     
    What if the man had been repeatedly harassing the neighborhood and the police or courts weren’t acting to protect the residents? Hadn’t there been a number of reports filed against the man?

    Replies: @Curle, @Polemos

    , @Aeronerauk
    @Jonathan Mason

    What the hell are you talking about? He was "probably" acting racist? How do you prove that? He told a weirdo to leave the neighborhood. Is doing anything to blacks racist?

    Some of you need to get a hold of yourselves. White people really don't like to think about much less confront blacks. Do you think army dweeb is living in 1950 and hasn't read the news in 10 years?

    Replies: @Lurker

    , @Buck Ransom
    @Jonathan Mason

    Actually he was probably demonstrating the qualities that make him good in his job, but in an inappropriate context.

    Exactly, he is only supposed to display natural Alpha-male qualities and behavior when he is guarding the gates of Kyev or Tel Aviv. It has no place in the vicinity of his own home, family and neighborhood.

    , @Robert Dolan
    @Jonathan Mason

    The video clip was intentionally deceptive as it didn't show what led up to the altercation.

    Apparently the retarded buckwheat had been doing weird shit so there was every reason to ask him to leave.

    If you use the term "racist" I discount anything you have to say, as the marxist term simply means white person and is a slur against white people.

    The MSM never shows or gives any context to these situations......it's like the George Floyd case or the Rodney King case or any one of the hundreds of phony cases of evil whites harming innocent joggers.

    The major goal of the media is to demonize white people, and to convince blacks to hate whites.

    Replies: @William Badwhite, @Ben tillman

    , @Getaclue
    @Jonathan Mason

    You seem to have missed the fact that "White" people who call the police on Blacks who are in their neighborhood like this -- deranged or whatever -- are being loudly called for to be doxxed and destroyed if not criminally prosecuted -- somehow you've missed this fact? Not a part of reality where you live?

    To anyone who follows the "News" at all this is a known fact of life now -- you can actually be prosecuted for calling the cops to check out some guy who is wandering your neighborhood in a questionable way -- if he happens to be black, charged with making a "false police report" or some such complete bs -- so your criticism is not well taken given these new "facts of life" in "hate YT" Amerika.

    , @Getaclue
    @Jonathan Mason

    You seem to have missed the fact that "White" people who call the police on Blacks who are in their neighborhood like this -- deranged or whatever -- are being loudly called for to be doxxed and destroyed if not criminally prosecuted -- somehow you've missed this fact? Not a part of reality where you live?

    To anyone who follows the "News" at all this is a known fact of life now -- you can actually be prosecuted for calling the cops to check out some guy who is wandering your neighborhood in a questionable way -- if he happens to be black, charged with making a "false police report" or some such complete bs -- so your criticism is not well taken given these new "facts of life" in "hate YT" Amerika.

    , @ic1000
    @Jonathan Mason

    > So was the enraged [sic] homeowner acting in a racist fashion? Probably so.

    Probably so? Let's dig a little deeper.

    * Enraged [sic] homeowner is white.
    * The guy with the mysterious neighborhood history is black.
    * There's a dispute, and YT is not being deferential.

    Definitely racist!

    It is known: whites never confront white female-gropers or baby-snatchers.

    Definitely highly racist!

    * * *

    Two days and six posts ago, Steve asked, Is the Goal of World War T to Pry Apart the Legal Relationship Between Parent and Child?

    Here, the goal of the Upper-Class Media seems to be to insure that Whites Bowl Alone. "Look at Pentland," say UCM and BLM. "A white guy thought he was protecting his community, but within a day we vilified him, got him arrested, ended his career, and assembled a mob to trample his lawn and frighten his family. Fortunately, you have the choice to stay passive and silent. Just do it."

  168. @JohnnyWalker123
    The son of Tom Hanks produced this White supremacist music video called 'White Boy Summer.'

    Watch it here. It's pretty cool.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DK44ojVwVKs

    https://twitter.com/Independent/status/1376152322737328131

    I see this as a major turning point.

    Beware, POC. The White Boy Summer is here.

    Replies: @JimDandy, @Nikolai Vladivostok, @JohnnyWalker123, @Anonymous, @AndrewR, @Nodwink, @The Wild Geese Howard, @Frank McGar, @Paul Jolliffe

    My ideal white boy summer doesn’t involve hordes of fat black women. But that’s just me.

  169. anon[208] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anon
    Timothy B. Lee was an early Voxxer. He started at Ars Technica, did a stint as some sort of visiting scholar at Harvard, went to Vox and mingled with Matt, and is not at Ars Technica again (there's more to his resume than that).

    Lee tends to stick to geeky and non-political topics like BitCoin, perhaps because he's a closet realist? This 2017 tweet by Lee is what brought me into this whole iStevey world of race realism:

    https://twitter.com/binarybits/status/865207412692836352

    https://twitter.com/binarybits/status/865211116632375296

    This led me to the Vox "debunking" of Murray by Turkheimer, Harden, and Nisbett, which if read closely to the end is mostly a concession to race realism. This led me to the Sam Harris podcast, to Pinker's Blank Slate, to [email protected], and to a lot of other books (including The Bell Curve) and information sources, expanding to statistics and genetics books.

    Thanks Tim (I guess)!

    Replies: @SFG, @anon

    This led me to the Sam Harris podcast, to Pinker’s Blank Slate, to [email protected], and to a lot of other books (including The Bell Curve) and information sources, expanding to statistics and genetics books.

    Is there a seminal book one should start with to evaluate the claims of “race realism”?

    What are some good statistics and genetics books?

    • Replies: @Moses
    @anon

    Your eyes and ears in a culturally enriched area a good start. No books necessary.

    , @Anon
    @anon


    Is there a seminal book one should start with to evaluate the claims of “race realism”?

    What are some good statistics and genetics books?
     
    Statistics:

    You want to understand the normal distribution, the average/mean, and the variance (indicated by standard deviation), the 68-95-99.7 rule (and related percentages like 16, 84, 2.5, 0.15). What this gives you is the knowledge that seemingly small differences between groups can result in enormous differences at the extremes (e.g. the "right tail"). A Dummies stats book is fine for this. Playing with an online normal distribution calculator helps comprehension.

    Intelligence:

    You need to appreciate how real intelligence is and understand the counterintuitive notion that humans in all their variety can to a surprising extent be measured by a single, unchangable rank-order number. This is shocking and morally unpalatable and seems unfair, but for better or worse it turns out to be true. (Also, God allows innocent children to get cancer and die.) Intelligence is not the whole human, since personality factors (the Big Five) and non-cognitive talents (music, athletics) contribute, but on the other hand there are no "multiple intelligences." "Intelligence: All That Matters" is a 160-page primer (that avoids race) by British psychologist and prolific tweeter Stuart Richie that is valuable because the writer is politically progressive. "In the Know: Debunking 35 Myths about Human Intelligence" gets into the racial weeds and just came out a few months ago from Cambridge University Press.

    Genetics:

    What you need to know about genetics is that there are no firewalled-off parts of the human animal that are not affected by the genome received at conception. Also, every trait is affected by thousands of genes (polygenic is the adjective) and every gene affects thousands of traits (pleotropic is the adjective). You also need to know that evolution can happen over relatively short time spans. Two books from a couple of years ago cover similar territory but have different emphases: I'd read both in sequence: "Blueprint" by pioneering psychologist Robert Plomin and "Innate" by evolutionary psychologist Kevin Mitchell.

    These books are still in the realm of respectibility. As you read you begin to realize that a lot of the books that initially seem to have unsavory reputations only have such reputations because they are not politically correct. But for your sanity it's good to leave them for later. An example would be the Michael Levin's "Why Race Matters."

    Replies: @Polemos

  170. @Jonathan Mason
    I wasn't going to comment on this, but I did see the video, and it did strike me that the young black guy looks like he was mentally ill and probably on medication too, judging by his flat affect.

    The correct thing to do, if he was doing something wrong in the neighborhood, would have been to call the local cops and explain to them what the guy was doing wrong, or that he was behaving strangely, rather than to confront the guy in the manner shown in the video.

    The cops could then decide whether the person had committed an offense or needed to be taken to a mental health evaluation Center. This latter is a formal power that the police have in most jurisdictions that individuals do not have.

    As a person holding a responsible supervisory job such as a drill sergeant, you would imagine that he would know the right thing to do, but jobs like drill sergeant might possibly attract the kind of people who enjoy bullying younger men, don't you think.

    So was the enraged homeowner acting in a racist fashion? Probably so. However pushing somebody in this manner without causing grievous bodily harm is probably not a felony, and I don't see why he should lose his job. Actually he was probably demonstrating the qualities that make him good in his job, but in an inappropriate context.

    Replies: @gent, @anonymous, @Aeronerauk, @Buck Ransom, @Robert Dolan, @Getaclue, @Getaclue, @ic1000

    There were already several police reports filed earlier in the week. You should have seen enough of this sort of thing by now to recognize it on site: fishing for race grievances.
    Who recorded and posted the video? The angle implies it is someone with the negro, rather than the drill sergeant.

  171. @Pat Hannagan
    The crazy thing is people like us still look to the media for information yet we all know the MSM is deliberately rigged against White people. Why do we do that? Why do we continue to turn to known and proven lying sources of information for our information?

    Serious question. Why, Steve?

    Geeze, this week alone we just saw Project Veritas get banned for proving that CNN conspires to pervert information and does so to malign White Americans. Further, we just saw that social media, which the msm uses as a source to quote for their misinformation has banned James O'Keefe for reporting the facts about the malignancy of MSM: https://dailystormer.su/james-okeefe-permanently-banned-from-twitter/

    It's like we're no better than a lone chimpanzee in a concrete third world zoo, caged alone, tormented and abused, whose only source of relief is constant masturbation.

    Why do we keep expecting the media to suddenly prove itself on our side or, at least, the side of truth when we know from decades of experience it's sole purpose is to lie us into our own genocide?

    I really want to know. Why do we do that?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MX6MvV8cbh8

    Replies: @Pat Hannagan

    I know the question won’t get answered and I know it won’t get answered because the answer makes us uncomfortable about ourselves.

    To alleviate the pain of this recognition about our own petty delusions it’s important to understand that technology and not our own moral weakness is the prime mover.

    For instance, though it’s true the CIA was involved in drug running and propaganda coinciding with its involvement in the counter-culture so called revolution of the 1960s, there’s also the runaway freight train of a well educated people unleashed by the combined forces of radio, and more importantly television, bringing together every corner of the the USA, let alone the world, into one combined now of a drugged up musical bomb that was the sixties.

    Looking at the vast majority of musicians in the 1960s they were jazz or classical trained, well read and well educated. Combine that with drugs and liberation from all constraints along with a rapidly expanding musical production technology and most of all the promotion of it in flashing images on a before never know rolling screen of images called TV, you can’t blame the Boomers for their failings or hold them to blame for the desolation of now.

    Think about a performance like the following, and imagine if such an ambitious, clever and gutsy performance could be brought off today in the age of Wet Ass Pussy.

    • Replies: @S
    @Pat Hannagan


    For instance, though it’s true the CIA was involved in drug running and propaganda coinciding with its involvement in the counter-culture so called revolution of the 1960s..
     
    What was done to the West in the 1960's with the promotion of drug use, particularly in the Anglosphere countries, was the same as what was done to the Chinese with the promotion of opium in the mid 19th century, the purpose of which in each instance was to cause societal breakdown, all whilst making a pretty penny in drug sale profits.

    By the mid 20th century, they had learned to not crudely use the gun, as was done with China via the Opium Wars to enforce this drug use, which tips the hand that one has bad intent, but instead use positive reinforcement via the corporate mass media that drug use was 'hip', 'cool, and 'with it', etc, a way to 'stick it to the man', though it was 'the man' that was the one that was actually promoting this poison.

    As for your previous question about the press, well, myself, as well as many others that I know of, haven't taken the 'Left' or 'Right' corporate press seriously for many years.

    No doubt, though, many still do.

    As for the why of that, I think its the power of the Big Lie. People don't want to accept that both Capitalism and Communism, Right and Left, and their origins in the respective American and French revolutions of 1776 and 1789, could possibly of been a broadly controlled and manufactured (crime think, I know) Hegelian Dialectic since its late 18th century inception.

    I used to be one of those people.

    Over the years, however. I've come to the conclusion that the whole Right vs Left paradigm of the past nearly two and a half centuries is not some naturally occurring thing, and that it is indeed broadly controlled.

    Its a whole lot easier for me to believe that now, than the other way around, and explains a great many otherwise inexplicable events.

  172. Anon[164] • Disclaimer says:
    @ATBOTL
    Black constantly verbally harass and physically attack whites in public places, that's the real story here. This black assaulted white women and children.

    There is something good about this case though. It makes it clear to whites that they cannot live safely in integrated sunbelt suburban sprawl housing developments with "middle class" blacks, who are largely incompetent affirmative action and government worker clowns. White need to form enclaves to be safe now. To do that, we need to organize along racial lines. White nationalism looks more inevitable than ever right now.

    Replies: @Anon

    White need to form enclaves to be safe now. To do that, we need to organize along racial lines. White nationalism looks more inevitable than ever right now.

    There is a race on to miscegenate Whites out to the point of insignificance before a critical mass can wake up and take affirmative steps to organize. Can miscegenation outrun the process of organization? Miscegenation has a head start.

  173. Anon[164] • Disclaimer says:
    @Mr Mox

    The young man has “an underlying medical condition that may explain the behavior exhibited in the alleged incidents,” the agency said.
     
    If the young man is mentally ill, just say so. Maybe "being black" is now recognized as a medical condition, and a valid excuse for offensive behavior?

    Replies: @Anon

    The young man has “an underlying medical condition that may explain the behavior exhibited in the alleged incidents,” the agency said.

    If the young man is mentally ill, just say so.

    “Underlying medical condition” makes Pentland seem like more of an insensitive brute (and correspondingly makes the black male look more vulnerable) than “mentally ill” does.

  174. anonymous[535] • Disclaimer says:
    @Jonathan Mason
    I wasn't going to comment on this, but I did see the video, and it did strike me that the young black guy looks like he was mentally ill and probably on medication too, judging by his flat affect.

    The correct thing to do, if he was doing something wrong in the neighborhood, would have been to call the local cops and explain to them what the guy was doing wrong, or that he was behaving strangely, rather than to confront the guy in the manner shown in the video.

    The cops could then decide whether the person had committed an offense or needed to be taken to a mental health evaluation Center. This latter is a formal power that the police have in most jurisdictions that individuals do not have.

    As a person holding a responsible supervisory job such as a drill sergeant, you would imagine that he would know the right thing to do, but jobs like drill sergeant might possibly attract the kind of people who enjoy bullying younger men, don't you think.

    So was the enraged homeowner acting in a racist fashion? Probably so. However pushing somebody in this manner without causing grievous bodily harm is probably not a felony, and I don't see why he should lose his job. Actually he was probably demonstrating the qualities that make him good in his job, but in an inappropriate context.

    Replies: @gent, @anonymous, @Aeronerauk, @Buck Ransom, @Robert Dolan, @Getaclue, @Getaclue, @ic1000

    The correct thing to do, if he was doing something wrong in the neighborhood, would have been to call the local cops and explain to them what the guy was doing wrong, or that he was behaving strangely, rather than to confront the guy in the manner shown in the video.

    What if the man had been repeatedly harassing the neighborhood and the police or courts weren’t acting to protect the residents? Hadn’t there been a number of reports filed against the man?

    • Replies: @Curle
    @anonymous

    The correct thing to do would have been to stop the moment some lady pulled out her cell phone to be an cell phone hero. Otherwise, he did the right thing.

    The next right thing to do is to organize his fellow citizens to first: 1) shame the sheriff; 2) shame the general; and 3) shame the paper. It can be done. Gentiles have to learn to fight according to the new rules which is make everything an reputation battle. One way would be to make the next candidate up for office denounce molester-enabling with pointed references to this event.

    , @Polemos
    @anonymous

    Judging by the large and unsafe crowd blocking the street and trespassing on others' properties without any police presence to monitor or disperse it, one could say the police don't care. Adding in the Chief's statements in the reporting articles, one has more reason to conclude the fix is in and the goal is terrorism of this neighborhood. An investigative journalist might next take to looking at the value of the homes there and if there are developers eager to flip the properties after running out owners there.

  175. @Altai
    "who is White"

    https://books.google.com/ngrams/graph?content=who+is+white&year_start=1800&year_end=2019&corpus=28&smoothing=3&case_insensitive=true#

    It's a shame the NYT chronicle tool got removed, I presume because Steve kept doing searches for Emmet Till. Or maybe I just can't find it, but their new R&D page that the old chronicle page links to no longer has it.

    Interesting ngram pattern anyway, the phrase first jumps to a peak in 1968ish, the height of racial strife in the US before declining and beginning to raise again a generation later and now post-2014. Every generation.

    Replies: @Hangnail Hans, @res

    Was there ever any explanation for why the NYT Chronicle went away? I suspect the reason is something like what you described, but have not seen any real discussion.

    This July 2019 page was interesting. Notice how many of the links are broken less than two years later.
    https://www.tigerdroppings.com/rant/politics/the-media-creates-controversy-nyt-word-usage-frequency-from-1970-2018/83902315/

    One of the non-broken links. Notice iSteve comment and observation that LexisNexis can be used to do the same thing as the NYT Chronicle. Does anyone here have access to a subscription?

    Archive page of the first broken link with 1970-2018 plots for 100 words after the MORE. I wonder if this is what caused the NYT Chronicle to disappear? Here is Steve’s article mentioning this graphic at the time.
    https://www.unz.com/isteve/insert-the-unbearable-whiteness-of-something-pun-here/
    And another from Steve at Taki.
    https://www.takimag.com/article/the-great-awokening-conspiracy-theory/

    Does anyone know what happened to David Rozado’s Media Analytics site?

    [MORE]

  176. @Jonathan Mason
    I wasn't going to comment on this, but I did see the video, and it did strike me that the young black guy looks like he was mentally ill and probably on medication too, judging by his flat affect.

    The correct thing to do, if he was doing something wrong in the neighborhood, would have been to call the local cops and explain to them what the guy was doing wrong, or that he was behaving strangely, rather than to confront the guy in the manner shown in the video.

    The cops could then decide whether the person had committed an offense or needed to be taken to a mental health evaluation Center. This latter is a formal power that the police have in most jurisdictions that individuals do not have.

    As a person holding a responsible supervisory job such as a drill sergeant, you would imagine that he would know the right thing to do, but jobs like drill sergeant might possibly attract the kind of people who enjoy bullying younger men, don't you think.

    So was the enraged homeowner acting in a racist fashion? Probably so. However pushing somebody in this manner without causing grievous bodily harm is probably not a felony, and I don't see why he should lose his job. Actually he was probably demonstrating the qualities that make him good in his job, but in an inappropriate context.

    Replies: @gent, @anonymous, @Aeronerauk, @Buck Ransom, @Robert Dolan, @Getaclue, @Getaclue, @ic1000

    What the hell are you talking about? He was “probably” acting racist? How do you prove that? He told a weirdo to leave the neighborhood. Is doing anything to blacks racist?

    Some of you need to get a hold of yourselves. White people really don’t like to think about much less confront blacks. Do you think army dweeb is living in 1950 and hasn’t read the news in 10 years?

    • Replies: @Lurker
    @Aeronerauk


    Is doing anything to blacks racist?
     
    Yes.

    It's already bad enough that the Sgt. wasn't kneeling, let alone forgetting to keep his vulgar white gaze directed at the ground where it belongs when in The Presence.
  177. @JMcG
    https://home.army.mil/jackson/application/files/4815/4939/9105/Brigadier-General-Milford-Beagle-Jr-200x250.png

    General Milford Beagle

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @El Dato, @The Alarmist, @The Wild Geese Howard, @Dmon

    • Replies: @Alden
    @Dmon

    The MEN OF UNZ are militantly against abortion. They don’t care about affirmative action against themselves their children and grandchildren

    All their care and concern is about ending legal abortion so more black and brown criminals and affirmative action beneficiaries can be born.

    For the anti taxes conservatives, a tax payer paid abortion is 1/3 the cost of a tax paid black childbirth and less than 1 percent of the cost to the tax payers to raise and support a black or brown from cradle to grave. Whether in prison or an affirmative action government job.

    Spay dogs but pay for blacks to breed and endlessly rant against the very best way to bring black and crime down. Prevent their birth.
    You can’t be both anti crime and anti abortion.

  178. @MEH 0910
    https://twitter.com/nytimes/status/1383231255123169280

    Replies: @gent, @El Dato, @Hangnail Hans, @Buffalo Joe, @Stan d Mute

    NYT, the iSteve content generating factory.

    Felonious “berating.” But maybe the best part of the piece is this: “one of the worst, most difficult situations we have had to deal with as a family.”

    Berating is Lynching.

  179. How can such an incident honestly bring disrespect to the US Army, of all institutions. What a comical statement. An industry being solely responsible for the mayhem and destruction on several fronts around the planet, and a soldier protecting his community is criminalised, bringing the killing machine into ill repute.

  180. Anonymous[199] • Disclaimer says:
    @Buffalo Joe
    @MEH 0910

    MEH, "berating" is now a crime. I wonder if the black kid had his hair done up in berates? And make that a former friend of her son.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    I think that’d make a good suburban-liberal lawn sign: “Berating has no home here”

    • LOL: Buffalo Joe
  181. @raga10
    So let me get this straight: there were two reports made about behaviour of this black dude on the 8th and 10th of April, which is why our Drill Sergeant told him to bugger off when he saw him on the (public) street sometime around the 15th?

    Well, that would make perfect sense... except I'd expect those reports were lodged with local cops not with the Army so in fact he had no idea; he simply didn't like a black guy walking through his neighbourhood.

    So yeah, it is a case of racism, plain and simple - it's just that like a broken clock that is right twice a day, he happened to be right.

    Replies: @Dnought, @Elli, @Deadite, @JimDandy, @Colin Wright, @El Dato, @GeneralRipper, @TontoBubbaGoldstein, @jamie b., @TWS

    … he simply didn’t like a black guy walking through his neighbourhood.

    Living in Columbia SC must have been as stressful for him as a long tailed cat navigating a room full of occupied rocking chairs.

  182. @JMcG
    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/court-filing-richland-sheriff-covered-up-school-deputy-preying-on-teens-for-9-years/ar-BB1f0Tip

    Paging Johnny Walker 123

    Replies: @YetAnotherAnon, @res, @JohnnyWalker123

    An interesting aspect of that article is it never gave the first name of the guilty deputy. Though it did give the first names of the two others discussed.

    Found it here, along with a picture.
    https://www.fitsnews.com/2021/03/31/sheriff-of-the-year-protected-richland-county-cop-who-preyed-on-kids-for-years-court-docs-say/

    First name Jamel.

    • Thanks: JMcG
  183. Anonymous[199] • Disclaimer says:
    @Clyde
    @Anonymous

    Twitter is an instant organizing and harassment tool for black idlers, ne'er-do-wells and pests. There is twitter and then there is a black twitter. A favorite expression is, "twitter do yo thing", when they are out to cancel a white person for a nothing infraction. Blacks love these virtual mobbings and lynchings. They don't know their way around computers but they do know their iPhones and Samsungs and social media.

    Same as a woman I knew who was always frustrated by her various Windows laptops. When she bought an Apple tablet the dumbed down Fisher-Price GUI made instant sense to her.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    “They don’t know their way around computers”

    I’ve been wondering about that. Smartphones made the Internet into a normie pastime but does that necessarily bring a tangible shift in racial dynamics? Alternatively, does it more directly increase the potency of empty-headed, excitable-lynch-mob casuals from all races and SES? What do the Black nerds think about this e-identity usurpation via Black Twitter?

    If you look back on the 50s/60s it’s clear that television dumbed down and fostered mental dependency in as many whites proportionally as it did other races.

  184. @raga10
    @raga10

    ...actually, I take the last part back - another source says previous incidents were in the same neighborhood.

    Replies: @HammerJack, @res

    While taking it back, perhaps ponder the possibility that you are trying WAY too hard to excuse this behavior?

    • Agree: YetAnotherAnon
    • Replies: @JimDandy
    @res

    It's click-culture. People watch a short stretch of video and make their minds up based on the emotions triggered by an out-of-context moment, and their position instantly becomes a part of their moral identity. "I watched that cop MURDER George Floyd!" "Those smug Covington kids were bullying that elderly Indian medicine man!" and now, "That racist meathead was assaulting that innocent kid for Walking While Black!" and "That cop shot that kid even though his hands were up in the air!" Their chests swell with feelings of supreme indignation and moral superiority. When it comes down to it, it's a good feeling. And they go chasing it.

    It takes a lot to pull back and say, "Yeah, I was totally duped. And I reacted like an idiot. The truth is the exact opposite of what I thought it was. A truly good person would have sympathized with the person I helped vilify."

    More and more people are learning to stop and say, "I need to see and learn what happened before this video clip starts. I need to know what this edit isn't showing. I need more context."

    But not enough people, unfortunately. And here we are.

  185. The Sheriff also goes to a woke church.

    (Women in leadership, soft preaching)

    “Baptist” is no longer a proxy for conservative, Bible believing.

    I emailed the cowardly sheriff Steve’s article. (Doesn’t cut and paste well, but better than anything I could have said).

    Pentland did the right thing, regardless as to whether his house gets trashed or he goes to jail. Better to be judged by 12 than carried out by six.

    How many men, in hindsight, would’ve stopped a murder, maiming, or rape, if they didn’t give in to their split-second fear of being called a racist.

  186. @gent
    Here's the unanswered question, who recorded this and posted it? If this kid was roaming around causing trouble, it's likely that it was a sting to get this sort of footage.

    Replies: @Marat, @Anonymous, @El Dato, @Dissident799, @Buck Ransom

    That’s what I thought. It looks like a total setup. Now they can use this as a basic template to repeat in the burbs everywhere.

  187. @Jonathan Mason
    I wasn't going to comment on this, but I did see the video, and it did strike me that the young black guy looks like he was mentally ill and probably on medication too, judging by his flat affect.

    The correct thing to do, if he was doing something wrong in the neighborhood, would have been to call the local cops and explain to them what the guy was doing wrong, or that he was behaving strangely, rather than to confront the guy in the manner shown in the video.

    The cops could then decide whether the person had committed an offense or needed to be taken to a mental health evaluation Center. This latter is a formal power that the police have in most jurisdictions that individuals do not have.

    As a person holding a responsible supervisory job such as a drill sergeant, you would imagine that he would know the right thing to do, but jobs like drill sergeant might possibly attract the kind of people who enjoy bullying younger men, don't you think.

    So was the enraged homeowner acting in a racist fashion? Probably so. However pushing somebody in this manner without causing grievous bodily harm is probably not a felony, and I don't see why he should lose his job. Actually he was probably demonstrating the qualities that make him good in his job, but in an inappropriate context.

    Replies: @gent, @anonymous, @Aeronerauk, @Buck Ransom, @Robert Dolan, @Getaclue, @Getaclue, @ic1000

    Actually he was probably demonstrating the qualities that make him good in his job, but in an inappropriate context.

    Exactly, he is only supposed to display natural Alpha-male qualities and behavior when he is guarding the gates of Kyev or Tel Aviv. It has no place in the vicinity of his own home, family and neighborhood.

    • Thanks: Abe, Bill
    • LOL: wren, Trinity
  188. @Anonymous
    https://twitter.com/LoLoVonZ/status/1382709470455869448

    Replies: @JimDandy, @Clyde, @Bigdicknick, @El'geherg, @Bite Moi

    Standard black behavior, one on one gets his ass kicked so they form a pack and go after the guy.

    • Agree: Je Suis Omar Mateen
    • Replies: @Richard B
    @El'geherg


    Standard black behavior, one on one gets his ass kicked so they form a pack and go after the guy.
     
    Standard white behavior, watch a pack of blacks go after a white guy and say something about it (in a comment online and after the fact).

    Replies: @West reanimator

  189. @raga10
    So let me get this straight: there were two reports made about behaviour of this black dude on the 8th and 10th of April, which is why our Drill Sergeant told him to bugger off when he saw him on the (public) street sometime around the 15th?

    Well, that would make perfect sense... except I'd expect those reports were lodged with local cops not with the Army so in fact he had no idea; he simply didn't like a black guy walking through his neighbourhood.

    So yeah, it is a case of racism, plain and simple - it's just that like a broken clock that is right twice a day, he happened to be right.

    Replies: @Dnought, @Elli, @Deadite, @JimDandy, @Colin Wright, @El Dato, @GeneralRipper, @TontoBubbaGoldstein, @jamie b., @TWS

    The Sheriff’s department has confirmed that the black man “approached several neighbors in a threatening manner and the confrontation escalated after a neighbor asked Pentland to intervene.”

    https://bigleaguepolitics.com/white-army-soldier-charged-with-assault-for-confronting-black-man-accused-of-threatening-neighbors/

  190. @Anonymous
    @JohnnyWalker123

    That was absolutely dreadful.

    In olden days, when giants still roamed the earth, pop singers could actually sing:

    https://youtu.be/1sFy5_kmEi4

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @JohnnyWalker123, @jamie b.

    That was absolutely dreadful.

    Rap: music by and for imbeciles.

  191. Anonymous[348] • Disclaimer says:

    Judging from slow-news-weekend editorial selection the mainline media have lost interest in Daunte Wright (probably a good thing they have, for MN residents) and in the South Carolina front-of-woman grabber, in favor of the Indianapolis baby-face killer who went SmartPostal at the logistics temple. Though the latter is statistically less meaningful to the 330 million people of the country, than practically any other subject having to do with the meeting, the White House was chomping at the bit to go into it anyway for the Suga press conference (perhaps Japanese have insights about workplace shootings, I honestly don’t know).

    It reminded me of when Trump was meeting with either the Russian foreign minister or a Korean, I can’t remember, and the journalists quizzed both about the police hassling or killing a BIPOC somewhere (this may have been on several occasions). Everything will be brought up every time regardless of relevance now, which per Neil Postman reinforces the “And now, this:” protocol in society. Sow confusion, pollute people’s brains, etc. Thank God the movie industry died but kids were better off imitating that than Worldstar Twitter

  192. @AndrewR
    @vhrm

    What did the black boy even do to roid boy "in his house?" It's not at all clear why Pentland did this. They were on the sidewalk anyway which is public property. You're just making things up, just like blacks do. And the military went full BLM last year so Pentland is screwed.

    Replies: @vhrm

    I used “in his house” figuratively in this case as in messing with a man’s family at his home since i was talking about people’s feelings about it.

    But yes, legally the fact that the dude was on the public sidewalk is relevant.

  193. How many white alpha males are going to stop helping neighbors with this shit going on? I mean as alphas some will still do it but some soy neighbors of mine ask me to deal with some troublemaking black kid I might take a pass. This is how civilization unravels.

    • Replies: @Buffalo Joe
    @John Milton’s Ghost

    John, Years ago I lived in North Buffalo with my then wife and young son. I was sitting on our upstairs porch at night, smoking a cigarette when I noticed a young girl, in her teens, hurrying down the side walk on the opposite side of the street. A car was keeping pace with her and she would stop, turn and yell "Leave me alone. Stop following me." I grabbed my keys, ran down the stairs, got in my car and managed to cut off the car. I exited my car, keeping my car between me and the follower and said, "Is this guy bothering you?" The girl replied, "Yes, make him stop." I turned, unarmed, pre cell phone days, and approached the driver. He rolled down his window and said.."Mind your own business. That's my daughter." I backed off a bit and turned to the girl who had stopped her walking and said..."Is this your dad?" She said, "Yes, but I am mad at him." I turned to the guy who was starting to get out of his car and said, "Stay in your car. Be happy some one came to your daughter's aid." Got in my car and drove back home. Makes you think about getting involved again.

  194. @Jonathan Mason
    I wasn't going to comment on this, but I did see the video, and it did strike me that the young black guy looks like he was mentally ill and probably on medication too, judging by his flat affect.

    The correct thing to do, if he was doing something wrong in the neighborhood, would have been to call the local cops and explain to them what the guy was doing wrong, or that he was behaving strangely, rather than to confront the guy in the manner shown in the video.

    The cops could then decide whether the person had committed an offense or needed to be taken to a mental health evaluation Center. This latter is a formal power that the police have in most jurisdictions that individuals do not have.

    As a person holding a responsible supervisory job such as a drill sergeant, you would imagine that he would know the right thing to do, but jobs like drill sergeant might possibly attract the kind of people who enjoy bullying younger men, don't you think.

    So was the enraged homeowner acting in a racist fashion? Probably so. However pushing somebody in this manner without causing grievous bodily harm is probably not a felony, and I don't see why he should lose his job. Actually he was probably demonstrating the qualities that make him good in his job, but in an inappropriate context.

    Replies: @gent, @anonymous, @Aeronerauk, @Buck Ransom, @Robert Dolan, @Getaclue, @Getaclue, @ic1000

    The video clip was intentionally deceptive as it didn’t show what led up to the altercation.

    Apparently the retarded buckwheat had been doing weird shit so there was every reason to ask him to leave.

    If you use the term “racist” I discount anything you have to say, as the marxist term simply means white person and is a slur against white people.

    The MSM never shows or gives any context to these situations……it’s like the George Floyd case or the Rodney King case or any one of the hundreds of phony cases of evil whites harming innocent joggers.

    The major goal of the media is to demonize white people, and to convince blacks to hate whites.

    • Agree: GeneralRipper
    • Replies: @William Badwhite
    @Robert Dolan


    If you use the term “racist” I discount anything you have to say, as the marxist term simply means white person and is a slur against white people.
     
    Yes. Anyone using the word "racist" non-ironically or without making air quotes is not someone to be taken seriously.
    , @Ben tillman
    @Robert Dolan

    More importantly, to convince whites to hate whites.

  195. @Jonathan Mason
    I wasn't going to comment on this, but I did see the video, and it did strike me that the young black guy looks like he was mentally ill and probably on medication too, judging by his flat affect.

    The correct thing to do, if he was doing something wrong in the neighborhood, would have been to call the local cops and explain to them what the guy was doing wrong, or that he was behaving strangely, rather than to confront the guy in the manner shown in the video.

    The cops could then decide whether the person had committed an offense or needed to be taken to a mental health evaluation Center. This latter is a formal power that the police have in most jurisdictions that individuals do not have.

    As a person holding a responsible supervisory job such as a drill sergeant, you would imagine that he would know the right thing to do, but jobs like drill sergeant might possibly attract the kind of people who enjoy bullying younger men, don't you think.

    So was the enraged homeowner acting in a racist fashion? Probably so. However pushing somebody in this manner without causing grievous bodily harm is probably not a felony, and I don't see why he should lose his job. Actually he was probably demonstrating the qualities that make him good in his job, but in an inappropriate context.

    Replies: @gent, @anonymous, @Aeronerauk, @Buck Ransom, @Robert Dolan, @Getaclue, @Getaclue, @ic1000

    You seem to have missed the fact that “White” people who call the police on Blacks who are in their neighborhood like this — deranged or whatever — are being loudly called for to be doxxed and destroyed if not criminally prosecuted — somehow you’ve missed this fact? Not a part of reality where you live?

    To anyone who follows the “News” at all this is a known fact of life now — you can actually be prosecuted for calling the cops to check out some guy who is wandering your neighborhood in a questionable way — if he happens to be black, charged with making a “false police report” or some such complete bs — so your criticism is not well taken given these new “facts of life” in “hate YT” Amerika.

  196. @Jonathan Mason
    I wasn't going to comment on this, but I did see the video, and it did strike me that the young black guy looks like he was mentally ill and probably on medication too, judging by his flat affect.

    The correct thing to do, if he was doing something wrong in the neighborhood, would have been to call the local cops and explain to them what the guy was doing wrong, or that he was behaving strangely, rather than to confront the guy in the manner shown in the video.

    The cops could then decide whether the person had committed an offense or needed to be taken to a mental health evaluation Center. This latter is a formal power that the police have in most jurisdictions that individuals do not have.

    As a person holding a responsible supervisory job such as a drill sergeant, you would imagine that he would know the right thing to do, but jobs like drill sergeant might possibly attract the kind of people who enjoy bullying younger men, don't you think.

    So was the enraged homeowner acting in a racist fashion? Probably so. However pushing somebody in this manner without causing grievous bodily harm is probably not a felony, and I don't see why he should lose his job. Actually he was probably demonstrating the qualities that make him good in his job, but in an inappropriate context.

    Replies: @gent, @anonymous, @Aeronerauk, @Buck Ransom, @Robert Dolan, @Getaclue, @Getaclue, @ic1000

    You seem to have missed the fact that “White” people who call the police on Blacks who are in their neighborhood like this — deranged or whatever — are being loudly called for to be doxxed and destroyed if not criminally prosecuted — somehow you’ve missed this fact? Not a part of reality where you live?

    To anyone who follows the “News” at all this is a known fact of life now — you can actually be prosecuted for calling the cops to check out some guy who is wandering your neighborhood in a questionable way — if he happens to be black, charged with making a “false police report” or some such complete bs — so your criticism is not well taken given these new “facts of life” in “hate YT” Amerika.

  197. @Neoconned
    @Steve Sailer

    Why aren't any local politicians much less the governor of SC standing up to this guy....

    Not even saying throw the book at the black dude.....just let the Sgt off the hook.....

    Replies: @TWS, @tyrone

    Why did both governors who campaigned for girls sports refuse to sign the bills they asked for? One second they want the men in dresses out of the girl’s locker room, the next they are all trans rights.

    The fix is in at all levels. Allowing the vote fraud to stand unchallenged by all ticket takers now means you cannot challenge anything. No level of dissent from the approved Overton window is allowed. You cannot go off the reservation anymore. They no longer need to pretend voting matters because everybody accepted that the entirely legitimate and not fraudulent Joe Biden won more votes than Obama. Ignore that he lived in his basement and could not gather a dozen to his rallies. You accept that level of fraud and it’s one party totalitarian from then on.

    The duck might actually wind up being a white pill.

  198. @Je Suis Omar Mateen
    @Buzz Mohawk

    "It’s fucking over. The only way out is not something we can even talk about....
    It’s no joke. It’s obvious now. The only alternative to this future is very bloody, very violent"

    Will never happen. Viz: 13 months and counting of mandatory facediapering - without a shot fired or even a gun brandished. Over a mild flu. White American males are punk-muzzled cowards and deserve genocide. Richly.

    Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard, @AndrewR, @Richard B

    Yeah that’s the final red pill.

    Low IQ take: “BLM! YOU CAN’T BE RACIST TOWARDS WHITE PEOPLE! BUT WE WOULD DESERVE IT IF YOU COULD!”

    Midwit take: “We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children”

    Galaxy brain take: “We are cowardly and soft and we deserve to go bye-bye”

  199. @raga10
    So let me get this straight: there were two reports made about behaviour of this black dude on the 8th and 10th of April, which is why our Drill Sergeant told him to bugger off when he saw him on the (public) street sometime around the 15th?

    Well, that would make perfect sense... except I'd expect those reports were lodged with local cops not with the Army so in fact he had no idea; he simply didn't like a black guy walking through his neighbourhood.

    So yeah, it is a case of racism, plain and simple - it's just that like a broken clock that is right twice a day, he happened to be right.

    Replies: @Dnought, @Elli, @Deadite, @JimDandy, @Colin Wright, @El Dato, @GeneralRipper, @TontoBubbaGoldstein, @jamie b., @TWS

    I guess you missed the part about the neighbors asking for his help. If there were fewer trolls that info wouldn’t even be needed. Who doesn’t talk to their neighbors about a child snatching rapist? Your neighbors I guess. Why wouldn’t they trust that you would help them with child snatching rapists? Do your neighbors talk to you at all or just call the police when you walk by the park?

    • Agree: Mike Tre
  200. Saturday afternoon iSteve bait:

    White female cop in Massachusetts is facing dismissal and charges for disagreeing with her son’s vibrant 14 year-old friend:

    https://archive.is/tAQan

    Buzz is right.

    It’s over.

  201. @Clyde
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Summary of your post is that we are not headed towards Brazil and Brazilification. We are headed towards South Africa. If/when MMT poops out this will accelerate. When their EBT cards come up all zeros in their accounts.

    MMT being modern monetary theory that the Federale Reserve Bank can create trillions of new dollars forever. Xi and Putin are thinking bring it. When MMT implodes they will move gold into being the world's reserve currency and both nations have the tons of gold bars in reserve to pull this off. China is now the world's largest miner-producer of gold.
    ______________

    Russia overtakes China in gold reserves race to end US ...
    https://www.rt.com/business/419820-russia-outpaces-china-gold
    Feb 26, 2018 · It has increased its holdings every month since March 2015. Russia is now among the top five gold holders after surpassing China, which reportedly holds 1,843 tons. Over the last 15 years, Moscow and Beijing have been aggressively accumulating gold reserves to cut their dependence on the US dollar. “Interestingly, both Russia and

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Buzz Mohawk

    Gold, in real, physical form, not paper, is one of my largest holdings. I don’t often say that explicitly, because I don’t like to be made fun of.

    Wherever I might go in the future, it will go with me — and I don’t give a damn what it’s present value is or what’s happening to the gold market today. And wherever I might end up, there will always be buyers, especially if the shit hits the fan.

    • Thanks: Abe
    • Replies: @JMcG
    @Buzz Mohawk

    I’ve never been able to get past the physical security problem with your strategy. Here’s hoping it’s never a problem!

    Replies: @Ben tillman

    , @Clyde
    @Buzz Mohawk


    Gold, in real, physical form, not paper, is one of my largest holdings. I don’t often say that explicitly, because I don’t like to be made fun of.

    Wherever I might go in the future, it will go with me — and I don’t give a damn what it’s present value is or what’s happening to the gold market today. And wherever I might end up, there will always be buyers, especially if the shit hits the fan.
     
    I wish I bought bitcoin last year or before. So far it is better inflation hedge than gold. Of course the advantage of both is that the supply of both has limits, they cannot be created out of thin air, the way the Federal Reserve has been doing dollars. The Fed must keep interest rates super low so that the ever rising US government debt is incurred at almost at zero percent interest rate.
    Recently I have seen 20% jumps in foods, tools and many other things. 20% over the prices two years ago. Real Estate has gone wild so monthly mortgage payments have gone wild for new home purchases.

    Shadow Stats inflation rate-- http://www.shadowstats.com/alternate_data/inflation-charts
  202. S says:

    On April 8, one incident report says, the man allegedly put his arm around a woman’s waist, put his hand down the right side of her shorts and then put his arm back around her waist as her pants were partly down. On April 10, another report alleges the man repeatedly picked up a baby without permission and tried to walk away.

    People of all walks have attempted to resolve this problem in years past. The below are excerpts from a book which was neither cruel nor unkind, but, rather, simply blunt and true, in describing the situation. The first excerpt is a quote from a mulatto who cared enough about fellow Blacks (and others, ie Whites) to say it like it was. The second longer quote excerpted was that of a White woman doctor. The writer advocated the repatriation of all Blacks, mixed or otherwise, back to Africa.

    The book was entitled: The Negro, A Threat to American Civilization and published in 1907. [The book highlights the case of a three year old White girl who was raped and murdered (dismembered) by a Black, amongst numerous other cases like it.]

    Pg 125

    “He [the negro] is regarded as a creature of lascivious habits, personal vanity, mental density, and physical laziness. All who know the negro recognize, however, that the chief and overpowering element in his make-up is an imperious sexual impulse, which, aroused at the
    slightest incentive, sweeps aside all restraints in the
    pursuit of physical gratification. We may say now that this element of negro character constitutes the main incitement to the degeneracy of the race, and is the chief hindrance to its social uplifting..”

    Pg 117 – 118

    “Those at a distance cannot realize the situation the people of the South are facing, nor the conditions arising from living in the midst of hordes of negroes. One or two negroes may be to some tastes picturesque, spectacular, but to be in the midst of a whelming black flood, rolling its waves against the bulwarks of our civilization,
    overflowing our public highways and public convey-
    ances, threatening our homes, is the condition which
    the men and women of our own race should investi-
    gate and realize, before they devote themselves to that
    strange philanthropy which is so tender of heart for
    the black brother or sister, and criminally ignorant of,
    and careless about, the terrible dangers that threaten
    the women and children of their own race, and which
    they may be so largely instrumental in precipitating.”

    “The all-pervasiveness of the negro, not by ones
    and twos, but by the million, with his ‘equality’ in-
    solence, his odoriferous person, his criminal tenden-
    cies, is a factor for danger and discomfort that must
    be held in check by the most far-seeing intelligence.”

    “There is no community where the blacks exist in any
    numbers, that they have not made themselves offen-
    sive to the whites — Washington, for example — and
    there is no other part of the country where this of-
    fensiveness, when short of actual criminality, is borne
    so forgivingly as in the South. They put on extra
    police force that their daughters in going to and from
    school may be protected from infamous remarks made
    to them by passing negro men; city districts must have extra guards that negro fiends may not enter homes and knock sleeping women senseless that they may be violated afterward.”

    “This happened in the same city over and over again for two years, in spite of extra guards. Several of the women died. One wretch was at last caught, and the tolerant people decided that he was a degenerate and sent him to the insane asylum to be cared for by the State. Yet there
    are people at a distance, unknowing the conditions in
    the South, who throw all their sympathies with ‘the poor, downtrodden negro.’”

    https://archive.org/details/negromenacetoame00shuf/page/124/mode/2up

  203. @res
    @raga10

    While taking it back, perhaps ponder the possibility that you are trying WAY too hard to excuse this behavior?

    Replies: @JimDandy

    It’s click-culture. People watch a short stretch of video and make their minds up based on the emotions triggered by an out-of-context moment, and their position instantly becomes a part of their moral identity. “I watched that cop MURDER George Floyd!” “Those smug Covington kids were bullying that elderly Indian medicine man!” and now, “That racist meathead was assaulting that innocent kid for Walking While Black!” and “That cop shot that kid even though his hands were up in the air!” Their chests swell with feelings of supreme indignation and moral superiority. When it comes down to it, it’s a good feeling. And they go chasing it.

    It takes a lot to pull back and say, “Yeah, I was totally duped. And I reacted like an idiot. The truth is the exact opposite of what I thought it was. A truly good person would have sympathized with the person I helped vilify.”

    More and more people are learning to stop and say, “I need to see and learn what happened before this video clip starts. I need to know what this edit isn’t showing. I need more context.”

    But not enough people, unfortunately. And here we are.

    • Agree: ic1000, wren
    • Thanks: GeneralRipper
  204. @Buzz Mohawk
    @Clyde

    Gold, in real, physical form, not paper, is one of my largest holdings. I don't often say that explicitly, because I don't like to be made fun of.

    Wherever I might go in the future, it will go with me -- and I don't give a damn what it's present value is or what's happening to the gold market today. And wherever I might end up, there will always be buyers, especially if the shit hits the fan.

    Replies: @JMcG, @Clyde

    I’ve never been able to get past the physical security problem with your strategy. Here’s hoping it’s never a problem!

    • Thanks: Buzz Mohawk
    • Replies: @Ben tillman
    @JMcG

    $235,000 of gold is the size of a baseball.

    Replies: @Buzz Mohawk, @Polemos

  205. @Deadite
    @raga10

    I too am completely oblivious to what happens in my neighborhood!!!!

    Neighbors never gossip or ask tough guys for help, well, like it states clearly in the article.

    But I’m just a dumb white hick who thinks people should behave themselves. Like not assault women.

    Replies: @Abolish_public_education

    I’m on the distribution list of my local neighborhood watch. Not much happens around here.

    I’ve remained on the NW feed of my ex-‘hood, whose cars are susceptible to break-ins and homes to invasion robberies. The communication includes the weekly report from the city PD. Each week there are fifty incidents of gunfire and two murders.

  206. @wren
    What a Remarkably Upside-Down world we live in if this guy gets prosecuted by biden's justice department for protecting his wife from a baby snatching, sexually assaulting predator with other "underlying mental conditions."

    I am guessing and hoping that many of the lynch mob who showed up in his yard did not know that they were siding with a pervert who was assaulting the neighborhood women and trying to steal the babies.

    However, everything is remarkably upside down these days, so perhaps not.


    https://s3.amazonaws.com/quodverum/media_attachments/files/001/534/732/original/3afbaaac6f8eccdc.jpg

    Replies: @Clyde, @HammerJack, @Trinity, @BenKenobi

    We live in a world where I can watch “Dog Day Afternoon” in the middle of the afternoon on TCM and hear the word “fuck” out loud, no censor at all, but then watch “Dirty Harry” on that same network and see them blur out the word “nigger” on the letter that “Scorpio sent to the SFPD. I guess the N word is more vulgar than the infamous F word now.

    • Replies: @Ben tillman
    @Trinity

    Hilariously, the Daily Mail article on this event (linked to somewhere above), spells out “motherfucker” and then in the same (or the next) sentence writes, “a*s”.

  207. Here’s a problem solver for those wishing to shoot, rather than merely shove, blacks.

    https://eatonrapidsjoe.blogspot.com/2021/04/fake-news-friday-minnesota-police.html

    • Disagree: Shango, Shango
  208. @Jonathan Mason
    I wasn't going to comment on this, but I did see the video, and it did strike me that the young black guy looks like he was mentally ill and probably on medication too, judging by his flat affect.

    The correct thing to do, if he was doing something wrong in the neighborhood, would have been to call the local cops and explain to them what the guy was doing wrong, or that he was behaving strangely, rather than to confront the guy in the manner shown in the video.

    The cops could then decide whether the person had committed an offense or needed to be taken to a mental health evaluation Center. This latter is a formal power that the police have in most jurisdictions that individuals do not have.

    As a person holding a responsible supervisory job such as a drill sergeant, you would imagine that he would know the right thing to do, but jobs like drill sergeant might possibly attract the kind of people who enjoy bullying younger men, don't you think.

    So was the enraged homeowner acting in a racist fashion? Probably so. However pushing somebody in this manner without causing grievous bodily harm is probably not a felony, and I don't see why he should lose his job. Actually he was probably demonstrating the qualities that make him good in his job, but in an inappropriate context.

    Replies: @gent, @anonymous, @Aeronerauk, @Buck Ransom, @Robert Dolan, @Getaclue, @Getaclue, @ic1000

    > So was the enraged [sic] homeowner acting in a racist fashion? Probably so.

    Probably so? Let’s dig a little deeper.

    * Enraged [sic] homeowner is white.
    * The guy with the mysterious neighborhood history is black.
    * There’s a dispute, and YT is not being deferential.

    Definitely racist!

    It is known: whites never confront white female-gropers or baby-snatchers.

    Definitely highly racist!

    * * *

    Two days and six posts ago, Steve asked, Is the Goal of World War T to Pry Apart the Legal Relationship Between Parent and Child?

    Here, the goal of the Upper-Class Media seems to be to insure that Whites Bowl Alone. “Look at Pentland,” say UCM and BLM. “A white guy thought he was protecting his community, but within a day we vilified him, got him arrested, ended his career, and assembled a mob to trample his lawn and frighten his family. Fortunately, you have the choice to stay passive and silent. Just do it.”

    • Agree: AceDeuce
  209. It is increasingly obvious that the press is trying to foment riots and attacks on White people. They will normally propagandize and distort their reporting of events, as they are doing now, to serve the interests of the Party.
    I do not know why the moderates in the Party would want to do this now, although I would guess that the more radical elements, like AOC , Rashida, Jackson, etc., are always OK with a good blood-letting. Is the tail now wagging the dog?

    • Agree: Ben tillman
  210. @anonymous
    Hoboy, I just knew there was more to this story as I glossed over it. Probably made out the punk to be a thief scoping out the neighborhood or something similar. They should have pressed charges against this sex assaulter rather than ask their neighbor to help them out. Walking off with a child is some serious stuff. No good deed goes unpunished. What a crock this is, a left wing lynch mob. Facts don't matter anymore just the fairytale narrative.

    Replies: @Anon, @James Forrestal

    What a crock this is, a left wing lynch mob.

    Except that it’s not a “left wing” lynch mob — it’s an anti-White lynch mob.

    – Start with heavily-promoted, recurrent “news” media narratives that amount to anti-White stochastic terrorism

    – Target a random White for for a specific attack via a combination of “viral” social media campaigns and the “news” media [i.e. exemplary punishment for the “crime” of being White]

    – Announce that the target [the White sergeant in this case] has been declared an “outlaw” in the original etymological sense of the term — literally “outside the protection of the law.”

    – Incite a lynch mob to attack the target and his family

    – Tell other Whites that expressing self-hatred and demonstrating out-group preference are “high status” behaviors for people of European descent, and that if they engage in “enough” of these sorts of behaviors, they’ll probably be spared from similar witch hunts/ lynchings.

    Rinse, repeat, intensify.

    Systemic semitism in action. Strange that the Twitter censorship committee isn’t banning anyone for inciting the lynch mob… or perhaps not so strange, since it’s run by a semitic supremacist anti-White hate group:

    https://duckduckgo.com/?q=adl+twitter+trust+and+safety&ia=web

  211. @JimDandy
    @JohnnyWalker123

    They will find a way to send him to prison.

    Replies: @Ben tillman

    No jury will convict. Charges will be dropped before trial.

  212. anon[286] • Disclaimer says:

    Brig. Gen. Milford H. Beagle Jr., Fort Jackson’s commanding officer, tweeted Wednesday that the “unfortunate incident” had “brought disrespect to @fortjackson our Army and the trust with the public we serve.”

    its ok, just kill another hundred thousand brown muslims in the middle east and you’ll get your “respect” back

    • LOL: Ben tillman
  213. @wren
    What a Remarkably Upside-Down world we live in if this guy gets prosecuted by biden's justice department for protecting his wife from a baby snatching, sexually assaulting predator with other "underlying mental conditions."

    I am guessing and hoping that many of the lynch mob who showed up in his yard did not know that they were siding with a pervert who was assaulting the neighborhood women and trying to steal the babies.

    However, everything is remarkably upside down these days, so perhaps not.


    https://s3.amazonaws.com/quodverum/media_attachments/files/001/534/732/original/3afbaaac6f8eccdc.jpg

    Replies: @Clyde, @HammerJack, @Trinity, @BenKenobi

    This marks the first time I’ve ever saved a meme I saw on unz.com

    • Replies: @wren
    @BenKenobi

    I saw that over at patriots.win a few days ago, but couldn't find it again when I looked. Then, it magically showed up at that quodverum site.

    Current America in a nutshell.

  214. OT: How do you feel about China?

    5 Stages of Grief: How America Is Handling China’s Rise

    Whenever people face a huge loss in life — like a sudden divorce or death of a family member — they go through five stages of grief. These stages are denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and finally acceptance. The U.S. is about to lose its top spot as the biggest economy and is, in a textbook manner, going through the same stages.

    • Replies: @wren
    @Anon7


    OT: How do you feel about China?
     
    I think I'm stuck in the "pretty pissed" stage, and will stay there for the foreseeable future.

    Also pissed at xiden (resident impotus) (or whoever runs him) for his stupid russophobia. The Russians would make natural allies for the US against xi's ambitions.

    Btw, did anything ever become of this?

    https://apelbaum.wordpress.com/2021/01/05/trump-oppo-research-courtesy-of-the-ccp/

    Seems real to me. What happened to US journalists?

    Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard

    , @Joe Stalin
    @Anon7

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6I3m5hFU6zo
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GrmJ9EM1ZjM
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d8iTpLNpkjE
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VBw_HUe-KqQ

    , @The Wild Geese Howard
    @Anon7

    China's rise?

    We spent the past 50 years foolishly handing them the greatest financial windfall since the US' post-WW2 boom.

    China didn't rise shit.

  215. @James J O'Meara
    @Steve Sailer

    Hitler supposedly thought Wodehouse's characters were accurate portrayals of Brits, and so had no doubt his army could beat them.

    Replies: @Anon, @Anonymous, @duncsbaby, @Spect3r, @Lurker

    AH was very widely read and I doubt his views were based solely on the work of Wodehouse. Not to mention facing British troops on the Western front.

  216. Here’s another Remarkably Upside-Down incident that illustrates the minefield America is becoming.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9479613/White-Bear-Lake-student-falsely-accused-sending-racist-messages-speaks-out.html

    Avery Severson said she fears for her safety after the false accusation

    She was trying to start conservative student club at White Bear Lake High School

    After police and FBI investigation, officials said the messages were a hoax

    Student behind the slurs wanted to ‘raise awareness of social and racial injustice’

    Authorities refuse to confirm the identity of the student behind the messages

    Superintended later apologized for using word ‘hoax’ saying he never intended to ‘minimize the impact that racism or racist acts has on students’

    Earlier this week, White Bear Lake Superintendent Wayne Kazmierczak admitted that the messages were a ‘hoax’ in a note to families, Minnesota news site Bring Me The News reported.

    He later apologized for using the term ‘hoax’, saying on Wednesday that he in no way intended to ‘minimize the impact that racism or racist acts has on students and families who have been marginalized throughout history and in White Bear Lake Area Schools.’

    With the assistance of the FBI, a juvenile female has been identified as the creator of this anonymous account,’ the district said.

    ‘The juvenile involved indicated during the investigation that the purpose of their post was to raise awareness of social and racial injustice due to past incidents that occurred at school, the statement added.

    ‘We shared this information with the school district and added that the investigating officers believe the juvenile does not pose a physical threat,’ it continued.

    ‘Nevertheless, the postings have caused tangible fear and alarm throughout our community,’ the statement hastened to add.

    ‘It is critical to acknowledge the importance of these conversations related to racial equity and justice affixed to this incident, and to commit to on-going dialogue that leads to meaningful outcomes.’

    School officials are withholding the identity of the student who sent the anonymous messages.

    The hoaxer is a hero. And to even use the word hoax now is racist.

    • Replies: @Polistra
    @wren

    Yep you're no longer permitted to use the word "hoax" in describing or referring to an actual hoax. It'll get you deplatformed and blocked from major media sites.

    You may, however, use it to describe something factual from any right-of-center source. So at least the word still has a purpose.

  217. @Neoconned
    @Steve Sailer

    Why aren't any local politicians much less the governor of SC standing up to this guy....

    Not even saying throw the book at the black dude.....just let the Sgt off the hook.....

    Replies: @TWS, @tyrone

    Because republicans are chickenshit and democrats are evil……that sums up American politics
    .

    • Agree: Polistra
  218. @John Milton’s Ghost
    How many white alpha males are going to stop helping neighbors with this shit going on? I mean as alphas some will still do it but some soy neighbors of mine ask me to deal with some troublemaking black kid I might take a pass. This is how civilization unravels.

    Replies: @Buffalo Joe

    John, Years ago I lived in North Buffalo with my then wife and young son. I was sitting on our upstairs porch at night, smoking a cigarette when I noticed a young girl, in her teens, hurrying down the side walk on the opposite side of the street. A car was keeping pace with her and she would stop, turn and yell “Leave me alone. Stop following me.” I grabbed my keys, ran down the stairs, got in my car and managed to cut off the car. I exited my car, keeping my car between me and the follower and said, “Is this guy bothering you?” The girl replied, “Yes, make him stop.” I turned, unarmed, pre cell phone days, and approached the driver. He rolled down his window and said..”Mind your own business. That’s my daughter.” I backed off a bit and turned to the girl who had stopped her walking and said…”Is this your dad?” She said, “Yes, but I am mad at him.” I turned to the guy who was starting to get out of his car and said, “Stay in your car. Be happy some one came to your daughter’s aid.” Got in my car and drove back home. Makes you think about getting involved again.

    • Thanks: wren
  219. @Anon
    @JohnnyWalker123

    The fundamental problem with immigrants is that with 7 billion people on planet, many in 3rd world countries trying to leave for a better place, they've officially reached the swarming locust stage.

    The numbers of immigrants have grown to the point where their numbers are seriously overwhelming to the economy of any country they swarm. These immigrants behave like swarming locusts. They are gobbling up resources the native citizens need.

    You have to stop thinking of immigrants as humans anymore, but as an animal that shows typical animal behavior. You have to stop romanticizing humans and take them off their pedestal next to the angels and admit they're just a type of animal. Animals are affected by the basic laws of population and carrying capacity. Immigrants are a massive locust swarm, inflicting destruction wherever they go simply because their numbers are too large.

    This swarming is going to get worse. World population numbers are only going to climb.

    It will get worse.

    Replies: @The Alarmist, @Corvinus

    “You have to stop thinking of immigrants as humans anymore, but as an animal that shows typical animal behavior.”

    That’s absolute nonsense.

    • Troll: Buzz Mohawk
  220. Anonymous[194] • Disclaimer says:

    Always remember there are very direct ways to discourage creepy negroes being creepy:

    • Thanks: JMcG, 3g4me
  221. anonymous[247] • Disclaimer says:
    @raga10
    @Patrick McNally


    Whatever the total facts may have been in this case (I’m still reserving judgment) it’s silly to say that only someone who has seen police reports would know anything.
     
    Well then, never mind what I said - let's concentrate on what Pentland said, or rather, what he didn't say. Namely, he didn't say anything that would suggest his knowledge of Deandre's previous involvement in any baby-snatching or woman-grabbing. What he did say, in fact, is "I have never seen you before in my life" (from the transcript)

    Replies: @anonymous, @Patrick McNally

    Well then, never mind what I said – let’s concentrate on what Pentland said, or rather, what he didn’t say.

    Okay: Pentland didn’t say anything “racist.”

    • Replies: @raga10
    @anonymous


    Okay: Pentland didn’t say anything “racist.”
     
    If you don't want to call his behaviour racist then fine, let's just call it ugly. Personally I think he would not feel equally free to behave this way if he was dealing with a white person, but maybe I give him too much credit - perhaps he is just an equal opportunity asshole.

    Replies: @anonymous, @Dnought

  222. anonymous[247] • Disclaimer says:
    @Hippopotamusdrome


    <Army officials condemned Pentland’s behavior as “disturbing” and as bringing “disrespect” on Fort Jackson

     

    U. S. Army. Sticking up for Black rapists since 1865.

    Replies: @anonymous, @Lurker

    U. S. Army. Sticking up for Black rapists since 1865.

    What happened in 1965?

  223. anonymous[139] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anon
    @anonymous

    If you are confronting a bad guy and you sense someone is recording, keep audibly repeating why you are confronting him. “You can’t grope women or snatch babies here.” CNN might remove the sound (removing your vocal justification, your alibi ) from the video, but the Daily Mail would keep the audio. (Would I have remembered to repeat an audible justification? No.)

    Replies: @anonymous, @anon

    Yes, good advice.

  224. @anonymous
    @Jonathan Mason


    The correct thing to do, if he was doing something wrong in the neighborhood, would have been to call the local cops and explain to them what the guy was doing wrong, or that he was behaving strangely, rather than to confront the guy in the manner shown in the video.
     
    What if the man had been repeatedly harassing the neighborhood and the police or courts weren’t acting to protect the residents? Hadn’t there been a number of reports filed against the man?

    Replies: @Curle, @Polemos

    The correct thing to do would have been to stop the moment some lady pulled out her cell phone to be an cell phone hero. Otherwise, he did the right thing.

    The next right thing to do is to organize his fellow citizens to first: 1) shame the sheriff; 2) shame the general; and 3) shame the paper. It can be done. Gentiles have to learn to fight according to the new rules which is make everything an reputation battle. One way would be to make the next candidate up for office denounce molester-enabling with pointed references to this event.

  225. @Buzz Mohawk
    @Dissident799

    Who/whom.

    It's fucking over. The only way out is not something we can even talk about. Plus, it won't happen. As I say, it's over, people. Make your plans, and rejoice only in the knowledge that after were are dead and gone, those lesser creatures who are being shepherded in to REPLACE us will live forever in a brown sewer without us.

    It's no joke. It's obvious now. The only alternative to this future is very bloody, very violent, and it results in a regression to ancient times before all the modern comforts our people came to take for granted.

    Maybe that will happen, but I doubt any of us here will be around to find out. You should thank God for that.

    Replies: @Paperback Writer, @Je Suis Omar Mateen, @Clyde, @Buzz Mohawk, @Corvinus

    L friggin O L. I love the “Troll” button from “Corvinus.”

    “Abe” and “S” can legitimately disagree with me, but Corvi here once again demonstrates that he is nothing more than a real troll.

    • Agree: JMcG
    • Replies: @res
    @Buzz Mohawk


    L friggin O L. I love the “Troll” button from “Corvinus.”
     
    The proper term for that (along with a "Disagree" from Corvinus) is the "Corvinus seal of approval." You should feel honored.

    Replies: @Corvinus

  226. @Spect3r
    @James J O'Meara

    You mean like they did in Dunkirk?

    Replies: @BB753

    The British were spared by the Germans in the hope that Germany could reach an armistice with Britain. Before Churchill, Britain was playing both sides with the USSR and Germany, which was the usual and saner policy in Continental matters.

  227. anon[244] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anon
    @anonymous

    If you are confronting a bad guy and you sense someone is recording, keep audibly repeating why you are confronting him. “You can’t grope women or snatch babies here.” CNN might remove the sound (removing your vocal justification, your alibi ) from the video, but the Daily Mail would keep the audio. (Would I have remembered to repeat an audible justification? No.)

    Replies: @anonymous, @anon

    If you are confronting a bad guy and you sense someone is recording, keep audibly repeating why you are confronting him.

    Just assume you are on a camera any time you are in public, because that’s the way to bet.

    Loudly repeating a basic fact is a good idea.

    Thanks!

  228. Will the peaceful protestors be arrested for trespassing and vandalism of this guy’s house? Just axin’….

  229. @Achmed E. Newman
    @raga10

    Listen, Raga, your repliers did a nice job of pinning you down. You came on here to excuse the guy, maybe not because he's black, but because the Lyin' Press had you thinking that, "OK, now we've got a real racism story, so I can feel better about the world being still fair." You fell for what they do every time, giving one side of the story on video, and, IF EVER at all, giving other important details that contradict their narrative much later or in paragraph 37 of an article.

    Steve has documented this way of lying very well. You may agree with him, but he can't be on top of every damn story, no matter how much he DOES read the NY Times and Washington Post. You had the truth pointed out to you, and that's when you came up with some ridiculous comments to support your opinion that this Ft. Jackson guy was in the wrong.

    No, what he did was the RIGHT THING to do... in normal, sane times. Now you, the Brit*, come up with "Social Services!" That's the typical Socialist mindset that you may have had drilled in from birth over there. Not all Americans have this government-as-Mommy attitude. The way things were going, that nutso black guy could have done something irreversible before the legal system (see that about Sheriff Lott, the cuck politician?) got to him in any way.

    This guy Pentland had a moral duty to to get this guy away from his family and neighborhood, a duty that most Americans shy away from. Now, we can understand why even more Americans will shy away from trying to take care of problems themselves in the near future. Of course, a Brit Socialist would like that. So do these black people in the crowds menacing Mr. Pentland's family and neighborhood. The effect of this is to make White people understand that dealing with menacing black people is an all or nothing deal.

    .

    * I also notice these odd spellings right away. It's probably you something. you can't hide (if you wanted to) without a lot of effort, so it means British, Canadian, or Australian/New Zealander.

    Replies: @raga10

    You had the truth pointed out to you, and that’s when you came up with some ridiculous comments to support your opinion that this Ft. Jackson guy was in the wrong.

    The truth is that Pentland saw a guy who was quite obviously not a full quid just hanging about, and instead of, oh, I don’t know – asking if he was OK, he went berserk on him. It’s you who is spinning ridiculous narratives to excuse his not even remotely heroic behaviour.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @raga10

    You have no idea what Mr. Pentland said to the guy before the video started. Did you read nothing about what happened. Mr. Pentland had his wife and neighbors around telling him that this was the guy who had molested the woman and so forth. I'm guessing the 1st question out of Mr. Pentland's mouth before anything shown on video was "what are you up to?" or "what are you doing here?"

    "Are you OK?" Seriously. This is not kindergarten, Raga - this is real life. The guy was obviously NOT OK, as he was hanging out in front of the man's house videoing with his phone. My words would have been "hey, what the hell are you doing here?"

    It's bad enough what the TV news people do with the video they take. It doesn't seem to be any better when your average neighborhood assholes decide they want to tell a story. (Just as with the news people, the videographer was not there for the start of this confrontation.)

    Next time you're prone to believing everything you see on TV, remember this one:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qEGFaOeUm2A

    Replies: @raga10, @anon

    , @anonymous
    @raga10


    The truth is that Pentland saw a guy who was quite obviously not a full quid just hanging about
     
    The man seemed quite normal to me, albeit shifty.
  230. Reverse the races and the black drill sergeant confronting a white male accosting a black girl would be hailed as a national hero by the press. Superior officer negro Milford Beagle’s comments would be much different and similar to “Naw dawg, it’s all good and we be handling this shit internally” which means no action taken.

  231. @raga10
    @Patrick McNally


    Whatever the total facts may have been in this case (I’m still reserving judgment) it’s silly to say that only someone who has seen police reports would know anything.
     
    Well then, never mind what I said - let's concentrate on what Pentland said, or rather, what he didn't say. Namely, he didn't say anything that would suggest his knowledge of Deandre's previous involvement in any baby-snatching or woman-grabbing. What he did say, in fact, is "I have never seen you before in my life" (from the transcript)

    Replies: @anonymous, @Patrick McNally

    He doesn’t have to have seen someone before in order to have heard that a stranger was causing trouble. I don’t specifically know that is how things went down, but it’s plausible enough. There’s also no reason why he should give a recital of whatever he thinks the alleged offender did. In a comic book you might have a scene where Spider-Man confronts Doctor Octopus and begins accusing him of carrying out a nefarious plan. This is a mechanism for filling in readers who missed an earlier issue. But in the real world you wouldn’t recite charges in a confrontation. Whatever it was that pissed him off about this stranger it might be something which we haven’t heard of yet. The only value in the stories we’ve heard so far is that they show that this person was capable of doing things which might piss a reasonable person off.

    • Replies: @raga10
    @Patrick McNally


    He doesn’t have to have seen someone before in order to have heard that a stranger was causing trouble.
     
    Absolutely right. But if he decides this individual is the same "stranger causing trouble" purely because they are of the same race, that would be.... ?

    Replies: @Aeronerauk, @anonymous, @Patrick McNally, @TontoBubbaGoldstein, @Bill

  232. @Robert Dolan
    @Jonathan Mason

    The video clip was intentionally deceptive as it didn't show what led up to the altercation.

    Apparently the retarded buckwheat had been doing weird shit so there was every reason to ask him to leave.

    If you use the term "racist" I discount anything you have to say, as the marxist term simply means white person and is a slur against white people.

    The MSM never shows or gives any context to these situations......it's like the George Floyd case or the Rodney King case or any one of the hundreds of phony cases of evil whites harming innocent joggers.

    The major goal of the media is to demonize white people, and to convince blacks to hate whites.

    Replies: @William Badwhite, @Ben tillman

    If you use the term “racist” I discount anything you have to say, as the marxist term simply means white person and is a slur against white people.

    Yes. Anyone using the word “racist” non-ironically or without making air quotes is not someone to be taken seriously.

  233. When are white Southerners going to get it through their thick heads that the US Army is their enemy?

    I think we are a having a breakthrough now where the white conservative masses are starting to turn on the police and military, who are nothing but enforcers for the anti-white system. This process is just starting in earnest, but it will lead to the typical Fox News watcher seeing the world the way radical white nationalists in the 80’s and 90’s did. That’s exactly what we need to happen.

  234. @Trinity
    @wren

    We live in a world where I can watch "Dog Day Afternoon" in the middle of the afternoon on TCM and hear the word "fuck" out loud, no censor at all, but then watch "Dirty Harry" on that same network and see them blur out the word "nigger" on the letter that "Scorpio sent to the SFPD. I guess the N word is more vulgar than the infamous F word now.

    Replies: @Ben tillman

    Hilariously, the Daily Mail article on this event (linked to somewhere above), spells out “motherfucker” and then in the same (or the next) sentence writes, “a*s”.

  235. @JMcG
    @Buzz Mohawk

    I’ve never been able to get past the physical security problem with your strategy. Here’s hoping it’s never a problem!

    Replies: @Ben tillman

    $235,000 of gold is the size of a baseball.

    • Agree: kaganovitch
    • Replies: @Buzz Mohawk
    @Ben tillman

    Correct.

    , @Polemos
    @Ben tillman

    How big is the arsenal to protect it?

    Replies: @ben tillman

  236. @anonymous
    @raga10


    Well then, never mind what I said – let’s concentrate on what Pentland said, or rather, what he didn’t say.
     
    Okay: Pentland didn’t say anything “racist.”

    Replies: @raga10

    Okay: Pentland didn’t say anything “racist.”

    If you don’t want to call his behaviour racist then fine, let’s just call it ugly. Personally I think he would not feel equally free to behave this way if he was dealing with a white person, but maybe I give him too much credit – perhaps he is just an equal opportunity asshole.

    • Agree: Jonathan Mason
    • Replies: @anonymous
    @raga10


    If you don’t want to call his behaviour racist then fine, let’s just call it ugly. Personally I think he would not feel equally free to behave this way if he was dealing with a white person, but maybe I give him too much credit – perhaps he is just an equal opportunity asshole.
     
    That’s just racist of you. Pentland would have gotten more violent against a White person of the same size and stature as the black suspect.
    , @Dnought
    @raga10

    Actually, he'd feel freer to act this way with a molester/baby snatcher if the offender were white. And you know it.

    So.....the guy trying to rid his neighborhood of such a person is the "a******", huh? That's some worldview you're trying to sell. Honestly, I thought Pentland was pretty merciful with the guy. I've seen people get the living c*** kicked out of them for less.

  237. @Ben tillman
    @JMcG

    $235,000 of gold is the size of a baseball.

    Replies: @Buzz Mohawk, @Polemos

    Correct.

  238. @Robert Dolan
    @Jonathan Mason

    The video clip was intentionally deceptive as it didn't show what led up to the altercation.

    Apparently the retarded buckwheat had been doing weird shit so there was every reason to ask him to leave.

    If you use the term "racist" I discount anything you have to say, as the marxist term simply means white person and is a slur against white people.

    The MSM never shows or gives any context to these situations......it's like the George Floyd case or the Rodney King case or any one of the hundreds of phony cases of evil whites harming innocent joggers.

    The major goal of the media is to demonize white people, and to convince blacks to hate whites.

    Replies: @William Badwhite, @Ben tillman

    More importantly, to convince whites to hate whites.

  239. @Ghost of Bull Moose
    This man’s military position should be in his favor as a character reference; instead it is a vulnerability to be used to destroy his life.

    They are criminalizing white people defending their families from insane pervert baby grabbers. Defending his own equity, as Steve so shrewdly recognizes. Expect the left to launch an assault on the rights of (white) homeowners to protect their homes.

    Replies: @Bill Jones

    This man’s military position should be in his favor as a character reference

    Willingness to murder strangers at the behest of some piece of political filth is worthy of condemnation not praise.

    • Replies: @GeneralRipper
    @Bill Jones


    Willingness to murder strangers at the behest of some piece of political filth is worthy of condemnation not praise.
     
    Until it comes down to your tribe vs theirs...lol

    Hang on, Snoopy, we're almost there.

    Replies: @anonymous

  240. @Anon7
    OT: How do you feel about China?

    5 Stages of Grief: How America Is Handling China’s Rise

    Whenever people face a huge loss in life — like a sudden divorce or death of a family member — they go through five stages of grief. These stages are denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and finally acceptance. The U.S. is about to lose its top spot as the biggest economy and is, in a textbook manner, going through the same stages.

     

    Replies: @wren, @Joe Stalin, @The Wild Geese Howard

    OT: How do you feel about China?

    I think I’m stuck in the “pretty pissed” stage, and will stay there for the foreseeable future.

    Also pissed at xiden (resident impotus) (or whoever runs him) for his stupid russophobia. The Russians would make natural allies for the US against xi’s ambitions.

    Btw, did anything ever become of this?

    https://apelbaum.wordpress.com/2021/01/05/trump-oppo-research-courtesy-of-the-ccp/

    Seems real to me. What happened to US journalists?

    • Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard
    @wren


    Also pissed at xiden (resident impotus) (or whoever runs him) for his stupid russophobia. The Russians would make natural allies for the US against xi’s ambitions.
     
    That's the whole point.

    Xiden is Xi's cat's paw.

    The US and Russia fighting each other to exhaustion is the wet dream of Chicom strategic planners.
  241. @JohnnyWalker123
    The son of Tom Hanks produced this White supremacist music video called 'White Boy Summer.'

    Watch it here. It's pretty cool.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DK44ojVwVKs

    https://twitter.com/Independent/status/1376152322737328131

    I see this as a major turning point.

    Beware, POC. The White Boy Summer is here.

    Replies: @JimDandy, @Nikolai Vladivostok, @JohnnyWalker123, @Anonymous, @AndrewR, @Nodwink, @The Wild Geese Howard, @Frank McGar, @Paul Jolliffe

    JW,

    Did you see that the FBI is leading the narrative in the Indianapolis shooting?
    They immediately acknowledged that they were notified by the Indianapolis PD because of police concerns about un “items” (which the FBI refused to identify) were found in Hole’s bedroom.
    The FBI then claimed that they found no evidence of either a crime or a “racially motivated ideology.”
    The police then housed Hole in a temporary mental facility because Hole’s mother feared he would commit “suicide by cop.”
    The shotgun taken from Hole’s house in 2020 was never returned, yet somehow, this mentally unstable young man, known to both local and federal law enforcement, then got his hands on a separate long gun -seemingly in violation of existing laws- and apparently murdered eight people before shooting himself.
    Yet another “lone wolf” shooter (for mysterious reasons) turns out to have files with not only the local police, but the feds.

    Huh.

    No pattern here . . .

    And the type of weapon he used just happens to fill the need to provide “evidence” that such weapons should be banned.

    And, he’s dead. So no uncomfortable questions can be asked about any further contact he had with law enforcement enforcement at any level, especially the feds.

    • Thanks: Neoconned, JohnnyWalker123
    • Replies: @JohnnyWalker123
    @Paul Jolliffe

    Thanks.

    You raise lots of good points. There's something here that doesn't make sense. We're not getting the whole truth. Something is 'off.'

    There are rumors that many of these mass shooters are mentally ill types who are being secretly manipulated by the Intel agencies. These shooters don't just randomly assassinate people. Rather, they have handlers who indoctrinate them, supply them with weapons, and encourage their violent tendencies. These malleable shooters are convenient 'fall guys.'

    The most famous instances of this are Oswald and Sirhan Sirhan.

    Remember the Vegas shooting with Stephen Paddock? That's another bizarre case that makes you really question the narrative.

    It wouldn't surprise me if these mass shooting attacks are being pushed by the Intel agencies, with the objective of popularizing gun control.

  242. @BenKenobi
    @wren

    This marks the first time I've ever saved a meme I saw on unz.com

    Replies: @wren

    I saw that over at patriots.win a few days ago, but couldn’t find it again when I looked. Then, it magically showed up at that quodverum site.

    Current America in a nutshell.

  243. @Patrick McNally
    @raga10

    He doesn't have to have seen someone before in order to have heard that a stranger was causing trouble. I don't specifically know that is how things went down, but it's plausible enough. There's also no reason why he should give a recital of whatever he thinks the alleged offender did. In a comic book you might have a scene where Spider-Man confronts Doctor Octopus and begins accusing him of carrying out a nefarious plan. This is a mechanism for filling in readers who missed an earlier issue. But in the real world you wouldn't recite charges in a confrontation. Whatever it was that pissed him off about this stranger it might be something which we haven't heard of yet. The only value in the stories we've heard so far is that they show that this person was capable of doing things which might piss a reasonable person off.

    Replies: @raga10

    He doesn’t have to have seen someone before in order to have heard that a stranger was causing trouble.

    Absolutely right. But if he decides this individual is the same “stranger causing trouble” purely because they are of the same race, that would be…. ?

    • Replies: @Aeronerauk
    @raga10

    A reasonable assumption?

    , @anonymous
    @raga10



    He doesn’t have to have seen someone before in order to have heard that a stranger was causing trouble.
     
    Absolutely right. But if he decides this individual is the same “stranger causing trouble” purely because they are of the same race, that would be…. ?
     
    That would be a reasonable application of a legitimate identifying factor. The police in America release race information all the time to help identify suspects.

    Replies: @raga10

    , @Patrick McNally
    @raga10

    There's no reason to think that he did anything "purely because .. of .. race" in this case. He was informed that other people in the same area had complaints about this gentleman and he was simply trying to address those complaints. He did not pick out a random black dude on the street.

    , @TontoBubbaGoldstein
    @raga10

    Profiling.

    And since it was the correct person, a good example of the efficacy of said profiling.

    , @Bill
    @raga10

    You grasp it is a mixed race neighborhood, right? Nothing you are saying makes any sense at all.

  244. @415 reasons
    @Charles St. Charles

    It’s almost like the media is training white people that it’s best to live in a “segregated” neighborhood where you won’t get into these no-win interactions.

    Replies: @Abolish_public_education

    School zoning ensures that segregated neighborhoods lead to segregated schools.

  245. @Bill Jones
    @Ghost of Bull Moose


    This man’s military position should be in his favor as a character reference
     
    Willingness to murder strangers at the behest of some piece of political filth is worthy of condemnation not praise.

    Replies: @GeneralRipper

    Willingness to murder strangers at the behest of some piece of political filth is worthy of condemnation not praise.

    Until it comes down to your tribe vs theirs…lol

    Hang on, Snoopy, we’re almost there.

    • Replies: @anonymous
    @GeneralRipper


    Hang on, Snoopy, we’re almost there.
     
    What do you mean? Almost where?
  246. S says:
    @Pat Hannagan
    @Pat Hannagan

    I know the question won't get answered and I know it won't get answered because the answer makes us uncomfortable about ourselves.

    To alleviate the pain of this recognition about our own petty delusions it's important to understand that technology and not our own moral weakness is the prime mover.

    For instance, though it's true the CIA was involved in drug running and propaganda coinciding with its involvement in the counter-culture so called revolution of the 1960s, there's also the runaway freight train of a well educated people unleashed by the combined forces of radio, and more importantly television, bringing together every corner of the the USA, let alone the world, into one combined now of a drugged up musical bomb that was the sixties.

    Looking at the vast majority of musicians in the 1960s they were jazz or classical trained, well read and well educated. Combine that with drugs and liberation from all constraints along with a rapidly expanding musical production technology and most of all the promotion of it in flashing images on a before never know rolling screen of images called TV, you can't blame the Boomers for their failings or hold them to blame for the desolation of now.

    Think about a performance like the following, and imagine if such an ambitious, clever and gutsy performance could be brought off today in the age of Wet Ass Pussy.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=axePr_RLS0o

    Replies: @S

    For instance, though it’s true the CIA was involved in drug running and propaganda coinciding with its involvement in the counter-culture so called revolution of the 1960s..

    What was done to the West in the 1960’s with the promotion of drug use, particularly in the Anglosphere countries, was the same as what was done to the Chinese with the promotion of opium in the mid 19th century, the purpose of which in each instance was to cause societal breakdown, all whilst making a pretty penny in drug sale profits.

    By the mid 20th century, they had learned to not crudely use the gun, as was done with China via the Opium Wars to enforce this drug use, which tips the hand that one has bad intent, but instead use positive reinforcement via the corporate mass media that drug use was ‘hip’, ‘cool, and ‘with it’, etc, a way to ‘stick it to the man’, though it was ‘the man’ that was the one that was actually promoting this poison.

    As for your previous question about the press, well, myself, as well as many others that I know of, haven’t taken the ‘Left’ or ‘Right’ corporate press seriously for many years.

    No doubt, though, many still do.

    As for the why of that, I think its the power of the Big Lie. People don’t want to accept that both Capitalism and Communism, Right and Left, and their origins in the respective American and French revolutions of 1776 and 1789, could possibly of been a broadly controlled and manufactured (crime think, I know) Hegelian Dialectic since its late 18th century inception.

    I used to be one of those people.

    Over the years, however. I’ve come to the conclusion that the whole Right vs Left paradigm of the past nearly two and a half centuries is not some naturally occurring thing, and that it is indeed broadly controlled.

    Its a whole lot easier for me to believe that now, than the other way around, and explains a great many otherwise inexplicable events.

  247. @raga10
    @Achmed E. Newman


    You had the truth pointed out to you, and that’s when you came up with some ridiculous comments to support your opinion that this Ft. Jackson guy was in the wrong.
     
    The truth is that Pentland saw a guy who was quite obviously not a full quid just hanging about, and instead of, oh, I don't know - asking if he was OK, he went berserk on him. It's you who is spinning ridiculous narratives to excuse his not even remotely heroic behaviour.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @anonymous

    You have no idea what Mr. Pentland said to the guy before the video started. Did you read nothing about what happened. Mr. Pentland had his wife and neighbors around telling him that this was the guy who had molested the woman and so forth. I’m guessing the 1st question out of Mr. Pentland’s mouth before anything shown on video was “what are you up to?” or “what are you doing here?”

    “Are you OK?” Seriously. This is not kindergarten, Raga – this is real life. The guy was obviously NOT OK, as he was hanging out in front of the man’s house videoing with his phone. My words would have been “hey, what the hell are you doing here?”

    It’s bad enough what the TV news people do with the video they take. It doesn’t seem to be any better when your average neighborhood assholes decide they want to tell a story. (Just as with the news people, the videographer was not there for the start of this confrontation.)

    Next time you’re prone to believing everything you see on TV, remember this one:

    • Replies: @raga10
    @Achmed E. Newman


    “Are you OK?” Seriously. This is not kindergarten, Raga – this is real life.
     
    Why, yes - concern for his well-being would in fact be a real-world natural, humane, neighbourly and Christian reaction. Your world is sadly twisted, apparently.

    Funnily enough, I had a similar situation just a few days ago - there was a clearly retarded individual hanging out on the street just outside my house. Just standing there, swaying from side to side. What did I do about it? Absolutely nothing, since I am not especially neighbourly, I'm not Christian, and I've had enough dealing with disabilities to last me for lifetime. I looked through my window to make sure he wasn't going to damage my car, then left him to his own devices. After a while, he went away and that was that... On one hand, I didn't get hailed as a hero in conservative press but on the other, I didn't cause an incident and now have no pickets outside my house.

    I know this was not a great story, but that's kind of the point: there is no need to make huge confrontation out of absolutely every interaction.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer

    , @anon
    @Achmed E. Newman

    My words would have been “hey, what the hell are you doing here?”

    Poor choice. Too high up the rhetoric continuum. Close to beginning the force continuum. Not good.

    Perhaps a better choice would be: start with your own phone recording as you walk up, and begin with a friendly smile and "Hey, how ya doin'?" then "Haven't I seen you here before?". Words you are prepared to repeat on a witness stand.

    Even better if one of your neighbors is off to one side also running vid. More angles in case things get physical. This young man may have been looking for trouble, may have been on meds, may have been something else. He has a rather flat affect about him, but mirroring it back would not be such a good idea, not initially anyway.

    raga10 is just playing around at this point, nothing serious going on there, merely trolling. It's a waste of time to engage with that one.

    Replies: @raga10

  248. @Buzz Mohawk
    @Dissident799

    Who/whom.

    It's fucking over. The only way out is not something we can even talk about. Plus, it won't happen. As I say, it's over, people. Make your plans, and rejoice only in the knowledge that after were are dead and gone, those lesser creatures who are being shepherded in to REPLACE us will live forever in a brown sewer without us.

    It's no joke. It's obvious now. The only alternative to this future is very bloody, very violent, and it results in a regression to ancient times before all the modern comforts our people came to take for granted.

    Maybe that will happen, but I doubt any of us here will be around to find out. You should thank God for that.

    Replies: @Paperback Writer, @Je Suis Omar Mateen, @Clyde, @Buzz Mohawk, @Corvinus

    You meekly lamenting “it’s over” is telling about your character. You say there is but one alternative, but you won’t even do anything about it. So much for the angry Anglo-Saxon going all Hulk and throwing out their enemies from helicopters Pinochet style!

    • Replies: @Polemos
    @Corvinus

    Are you being disingenuous? First you act as though it's unreasonable and wrong to think immigrants are animals, but here you try and goad someone into being a violent psychopath as demonstration of his moral principle? Buzz is an educated and accomplished person whose attitude and compositional style betrays a sensibility similar to Stoics or Taoists, or what some older cultures regarded as allowing people to collapse into their own destruction when it is their karma to do so. I don't recall ever seeing Buzz argue for instigating violence or sadistic cruelty —dropping folks from a helicopter? Are you taking delight in the accusation? As though you'd respect Buzz if he acted crueler than a beast, because at least then he'd have character?

    Buzz, I take it, argues for withdrawal from larger-than-self situations, so especially not wasting time or energy on something as vain or as inhumane as terrorizing a crippled person —and unfortunately, many people today are crippled in their thinking and their hearts. You tend to take the ostensibly humanitarian or liberal (classically defined) position and argue along lines of compassion or consideration, using one's thoughtfulness, to judge and act. It's weird to see you argue here that Buzz, to be authentic and/or not lazy, should be... throwing people out of helicopters?

    Not that Buzz needs my defense or whatever, but come on? Are you really being serious or just having a laugh? Not committing violence while advocating separation is the height of pacifist, kind, and liberal thinking about how to resolve differences, especially those involving irreconcilable intentions. Letting go of the anger is transcendent, and Buzz is saying let go of the need to fix the people who are not asking to be fixed. Let them be.

    (What to do if they come at him, I don't think he's pacifist there, but he's not saying to go on the offensive, as that won't happen. So instead, plan and prepare and die having taken care of what needed to be prior to one's death.)

    What really would make you happy, when peace is weakness and character is rage?

    Replies: @res, @Corvinus, @Buzz Mohawk, @William Badwhite

  249. @Hangnail Hans
    @Altai

    There was a period (I'm unclear on the exact dates) maybe late 70s or 80s to 2010? When it seemed like blacks and whites might have been able to find a way to get along in this country.

    But TPTB don't want any of that.
    Doesnt serve their purposes.

    Replies: @Altai

    When MLK got Kennedy’d just as he was transitioning the civil rights movement away from civil rights since there weren’t any laws discriminating against blacks and instead sought to orientate black activism around class issues the die was cast. (Imagine the mass politicisation of blacks in America against immigration)

    A new leader never came, the politicisation of blacks became ossified around civil rights both structurally and aesthetically. With holdover leadership from that time LARPing the civil rights movement of the 1960s well into the 21st century despite the problems of blacks in America being almost entirely to do with class issues. There is no legal discrimination against black people in America and in light of that, the whole civil rights LARPing is simultaneously loud and consuming but ultimately fruitless because it can find no problems for which it is the solution.

  250. @Anon7
    OT: How do you feel about China?

    5 Stages of Grief: How America Is Handling China’s Rise

    Whenever people face a huge loss in life — like a sudden divorce or death of a family member — they go through five stages of grief. These stages are denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and finally acceptance. The U.S. is about to lose its top spot as the biggest economy and is, in a textbook manner, going through the same stages.

     

    Replies: @wren, @Joe Stalin, @The Wild Geese Howard

  251. @Achmed E. Newman
    @raga10

    You have no idea what Mr. Pentland said to the guy before the video started. Did you read nothing about what happened. Mr. Pentland had his wife and neighbors around telling him that this was the guy who had molested the woman and so forth. I'm guessing the 1st question out of Mr. Pentland's mouth before anything shown on video was "what are you up to?" or "what are you doing here?"

    "Are you OK?" Seriously. This is not kindergarten, Raga - this is real life. The guy was obviously NOT OK, as he was hanging out in front of the man's house videoing with his phone. My words would have been "hey, what the hell are you doing here?"

    It's bad enough what the TV news people do with the video they take. It doesn't seem to be any better when your average neighborhood assholes decide they want to tell a story. (Just as with the news people, the videographer was not there for the start of this confrontation.)

    Next time you're prone to believing everything you see on TV, remember this one:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qEGFaOeUm2A

    Replies: @raga10, @anon

    “Are you OK?” Seriously. This is not kindergarten, Raga – this is real life.

    Why, yes – concern for his well-being would in fact be a real-world natural, humane, neighbourly and Christian reaction. Your world is sadly twisted, apparently.

    Funnily enough, I had a similar situation just a few days ago – there was a clearly retarded individual hanging out on the street just outside my house. Just standing there, swaying from side to side. What did I do about it? Absolutely nothing, since I am not especially neighbourly, I’m not Christian, and I’ve had enough dealing with disabilities to last me for lifetime. I looked through my window to make sure he wasn’t going to damage my car, then left him to his own devices. After a while, he went away and that was that… On one hand, I didn’t get hailed as a hero in conservative press but on the other, I didn’t cause an incident and now have no pickets outside my house.

    I know this was not a great story, but that’s kind of the point: there is no need to make huge confrontation out of absolutely every interaction.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @raga10

    Deandre tried to kidnap a baby.

    Replies: @raga10

  252. anon[297] • Disclaimer says:
    @Achmed E. Newman
    @raga10

    You have no idea what Mr. Pentland said to the guy before the video started. Did you read nothing about what happened. Mr. Pentland had his wife and neighbors around telling him that this was the guy who had molested the woman and so forth. I'm guessing the 1st question out of Mr. Pentland's mouth before anything shown on video was "what are you up to?" or "what are you doing here?"

    "Are you OK?" Seriously. This is not kindergarten, Raga - this is real life. The guy was obviously NOT OK, as he was hanging out in front of the man's house videoing with his phone. My words would have been "hey, what the hell are you doing here?"

    It's bad enough what the TV news people do with the video they take. It doesn't seem to be any better when your average neighborhood assholes decide they want to tell a story. (Just as with the news people, the videographer was not there for the start of this confrontation.)

    Next time you're prone to believing everything you see on TV, remember this one:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qEGFaOeUm2A

    Replies: @raga10, @anon

    My words would have been “hey, what the hell are you doing here?”

    Poor choice. Too high up the rhetoric continuum. Close to beginning the force continuum. Not good.

    Perhaps a better choice would be: start with your own phone recording as you walk up, and begin with a friendly smile and “Hey, how ya doin’?” then “Haven’t I seen you here before?”. Words you are prepared to repeat on a witness stand.

    Even better if one of your neighbors is off to one side also running vid. More angles in case things get physical. This young man may have been looking for trouble, may have been on meds, may have been something else. He has a rather flat affect about him, but mirroring it back would not be such a good idea, not initially anyway.

    raga10 is just playing around at this point, nothing serious going on there, merely trolling. It’s a waste of time to engage with that one.

    • Agree: Aeronerauk
    • Replies: @raga10
    @anon


    raga10 is just playing around at this point, nothing serious going on there, merely trolling.
     
    Not in this case, I am actually trying to make an honest point: what I see here is not heroism but a case of too much aggression and not enough compassion.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Anon

  253. @raga10
    @Patrick McNally


    He doesn’t have to have seen someone before in order to have heard that a stranger was causing trouble.
     
    Absolutely right. But if he decides this individual is the same "stranger causing trouble" purely because they are of the same race, that would be.... ?

    Replies: @Aeronerauk, @anonymous, @Patrick McNally, @TontoBubbaGoldstein, @Bill

    A reasonable assumption?

  254. @raga10
    @Achmed E. Newman


    You had the truth pointed out to you, and that’s when you came up with some ridiculous comments to support your opinion that this Ft. Jackson guy was in the wrong.
     
    The truth is that Pentland saw a guy who was quite obviously not a full quid just hanging about, and instead of, oh, I don't know - asking if he was OK, he went berserk on him. It's you who is spinning ridiculous narratives to excuse his not even remotely heroic behaviour.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @anonymous

    The truth is that Pentland saw a guy who was quite obviously not a full quid just hanging about

    The man seemed quite normal to me, albeit shifty.

  255. @raga10
    @Achmed E. Newman


    “Are you OK?” Seriously. This is not kindergarten, Raga – this is real life.
     
    Why, yes - concern for his well-being would in fact be a real-world natural, humane, neighbourly and Christian reaction. Your world is sadly twisted, apparently.

    Funnily enough, I had a similar situation just a few days ago - there was a clearly retarded individual hanging out on the street just outside my house. Just standing there, swaying from side to side. What did I do about it? Absolutely nothing, since I am not especially neighbourly, I'm not Christian, and I've had enough dealing with disabilities to last me for lifetime. I looked through my window to make sure he wasn't going to damage my car, then left him to his own devices. After a while, he went away and that was that... On one hand, I didn't get hailed as a hero in conservative press but on the other, I didn't cause an incident and now have no pickets outside my house.

    I know this was not a great story, but that's kind of the point: there is no need to make huge confrontation out of absolutely every interaction.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer

    Deandre tried to kidnap a baby.

    • Replies: @raga10
    @Steve Sailer


    Deandre tried to kidnap a baby.
     
    Not exactly - according to your post, he "tried to pick up a baby without permission then tried to walk away". Sure, a mother would probably lose her shit but it is possible that given his mental condition, he didn't actually mean any harm. It's not like he bit the baby's head off or smash it against the rocks Biblical style, because I think you'd have mentioned that.

    In any case Pentland either didn't know about that incident, or had no way of being sure that he was facing the same person.

    Replies: @Moses, @Rouetheday, @ic1000, @James Forrestal

  256. anonymous[651] • Disclaimer says:
    @raga10
    @anonymous


    Okay: Pentland didn’t say anything “racist.”
     
    If you don't want to call his behaviour racist then fine, let's just call it ugly. Personally I think he would not feel equally free to behave this way if he was dealing with a white person, but maybe I give him too much credit - perhaps he is just an equal opportunity asshole.

    Replies: @anonymous, @Dnought

    If you don’t want to call his behaviour racist then fine, let’s just call it ugly. Personally I think he would not feel equally free to behave this way if he was dealing with a white person, but maybe I give him too much credit – perhaps he is just an equal opportunity asshole.

    That’s just racist of you. Pentland would have gotten more violent against a White person of the same size and stature as the black suspect.

  257. We must always keep in mind the fact that the elite are pushing us to hate one another. True, there are bad guys (girls).

  258. anonymous[390] • Disclaimer says:
    @raga10
    @Patrick McNally


    He doesn’t have to have seen someone before in order to have heard that a stranger was causing trouble.
     
    Absolutely right. But if he decides this individual is the same "stranger causing trouble" purely because they are of the same race, that would be.... ?

    Replies: @Aeronerauk, @anonymous, @Patrick McNally, @TontoBubbaGoldstein, @Bill

    He doesn’t have to have seen someone before in order to have heard that a stranger was causing trouble.

    Absolutely right. But if he decides this individual is the same “stranger causing trouble” purely because they are of the same race, that would be…. ?

    That would be a reasonable application of a legitimate identifying factor. The police in America release race information all the time to help identify suspects.

    • Replies: @raga10
    @anonymous


    That would be a reasonable application of a legitimate identifying factor. The police in America release race information all the time to help identify suspects.
     
    Do they? Ours used to do that, but they were told to stop. Precisely because it was deemed to be racist, but also often unhelpful - for example, they would often describe someone as "Lebanese" but how many people can reliably tell a Lebanese from, say, Iranian?

    (yes, I know Lebanese is not a race!)

  259. @GeneralRipper
    @Bill Jones


    Willingness to murder strangers at the behest of some piece of political filth is worthy of condemnation not praise.
     
    Until it comes down to your tribe vs theirs...lol

    Hang on, Snoopy, we're almost there.

    Replies: @anonymous

    Hang on, Snoopy, we’re almost there.

    What do you mean? Almost where?

  260. @Anon7
    OT: How do you feel about China?

    5 Stages of Grief: How America Is Handling China’s Rise

    Whenever people face a huge loss in life — like a sudden divorce or death of a family member — they go through five stages of grief. These stages are denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and finally acceptance. The U.S. is about to lose its top spot as the biggest economy and is, in a textbook manner, going through the same stages.

     

    Replies: @wren, @Joe Stalin, @The Wild Geese Howard

    China’s rise?

    We spent the past 50 years foolishly handing them the greatest financial windfall since the US’ post-WW2 boom.

    China didn’t rise shit.

    • Agree: Hippopotamusdrome
  261. @wren
    @Anon7


    OT: How do you feel about China?
     
    I think I'm stuck in the "pretty pissed" stage, and will stay there for the foreseeable future.

    Also pissed at xiden (resident impotus) (or whoever runs him) for his stupid russophobia. The Russians would make natural allies for the US against xi's ambitions.

    Btw, did anything ever become of this?

    https://apelbaum.wordpress.com/2021/01/05/trump-oppo-research-courtesy-of-the-ccp/

    Seems real to me. What happened to US journalists?

    Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard

    Also pissed at xiden (resident impotus) (or whoever runs him) for his stupid russophobia. The Russians would make natural allies for the US against xi’s ambitions.

    That’s the whole point.

    Xiden is Xi’s cat’s paw.

    The US and Russia fighting each other to exhaustion is the wet dream of Chicom strategic planners.

  262. @Hippopotamusdrome


    <Army officials condemned Pentland’s behavior as “disturbing” and as bringing “disrespect” on Fort Jackson

     

    U. S. Army. Sticking up for Black rapists since 1865.

    Replies: @anonymous, @Lurker

    Only up to a point. They executed quite a few in WW2 including the father of blessed St Emmett.

  263. @wren
    Here's another Remarkably Upside-Down incident that illustrates the minefield America is becoming.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9479613/White-Bear-Lake-student-falsely-accused-sending-racist-messages-speaks-out.html

    Avery Severson said she fears for her safety after the false accusation

    She was trying to start conservative student club at White Bear Lake High School

    After police and FBI investigation, officials said the messages were a hoax

    Student behind the slurs wanted to 'raise awareness of social and racial injustice'

    Authorities refuse to confirm the identity of the student behind the messages

    Superintended later apologized for using word 'hoax' saying he never intended to 'minimize the impact that racism or racist acts has on students'
     
    ...

    Earlier this week, White Bear Lake Superintendent Wayne Kazmierczak admitted that the messages were a 'hoax' in a note to families, Minnesota news site Bring Me The News reported.

    He later apologized for using the term 'hoax', saying on Wednesday that he in no way intended to 'minimize the impact that racism or racist acts has on students and families who have been marginalized throughout history and in White Bear Lake Area Schools.'
     
    ...

    With the assistance of the FBI, a juvenile female has been identified as the creator of this anonymous account,' the district said.

    'The juvenile involved indicated during the investigation that the purpose of their post was to raise awareness of social and racial injustice due to past incidents that occurred at school, the statement added.

    'We shared this information with the school district and added that the investigating officers believe the juvenile does not pose a physical threat,' it continued.

    'Nevertheless, the postings have caused tangible fear and alarm throughout our community,' the statement hastened to add.

    'It is critical to acknowledge the importance of these conversations related to racial equity and justice affixed to this incident, and to commit to on-going dialogue that leads to meaningful outcomes.'

    School officials are withholding the identity of the student who sent the anonymous messages.

     

    The hoaxer is a hero. And to even use the word hoax now is racist.

    Replies: @Polistra

    Yep you’re no longer permitted to use the word “hoax” in describing or referring to an actual hoax. It’ll get you deplatformed and blocked from major media sites.

    You may, however, use it to describe something factual from any right-of-center source. So at least the word still has a purpose.

  264. @anonymous
    @Jonathan Mason


    The correct thing to do, if he was doing something wrong in the neighborhood, would have been to call the local cops and explain to them what the guy was doing wrong, or that he was behaving strangely, rather than to confront the guy in the manner shown in the video.
     
    What if the man had been repeatedly harassing the neighborhood and the police or courts weren’t acting to protect the residents? Hadn’t there been a number of reports filed against the man?

    Replies: @Curle, @Polemos

    Judging by the large and unsafe crowd blocking the street and trespassing on others’ properties without any police presence to monitor or disperse it, one could say the police don’t care. Adding in the Chief’s statements in the reporting articles, one has more reason to conclude the fix is in and the goal is terrorism of this neighborhood. An investigative journalist might next take to looking at the value of the homes there and if there are developers eager to flip the properties after running out owners there.

  265. @Steve Sailer
    @raga10

    Deandre tried to kidnap a baby.

    Replies: @raga10

    Deandre tried to kidnap a baby.

    Not exactly – according to your post, he “tried to pick up a baby without permission then tried to walk away”. Sure, a mother would probably lose her shit but it is possible that given his mental condition, he didn’t actually mean any harm. It’s not like he bit the baby’s head off or smash it against the rocks Biblical style, because I think you’d have mentioned that.

    In any case Pentland either didn’t know about that incident, or had no way of being sure that he was facing the same person.

    • Agree: ic1000
    • Replies: @Moses
    @raga10

    You’re Indian.

    Replies: @raga10, @Hangnail Hans, @JMcG

    , @Rouetheday
    @raga10

    According to the actual police report, DeAndre picked the baby up from its stroller and started to walk away with him. The woman took the baby back, then DeAndre took him back a second time and tried to walk away again. The woman grabbed the baby back once again at which point DeAndre grabbed him a third time and said that this is not her child and she does not have the right to allow people to hold the child (I'm wondering if the cop meant to say he said she does not have the right to disallow people to hold the baby). Now, I have heard that this woman is a babysitter and not the actual mother. So, did DeAndre know for a fact this wasn't the child's mother or is this just something a crazy person would say? Either way this statement must have really freaked out the woman. She grabbed him back a third time and hurried off.

    You know, raga10, some of us here have had a spirited debate with you over this incident but right now I'd like to find some common ground with you and declare you are indeed correct in declaring "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" the greatest show ever (and yes everyone else I have seen "Breaking Bad", it's a very close second). Say, did you see where Sarah Michelle turned 44 earlier this month? How time flies, eh?

    Replies: @raga10

    , @ic1000
    @raga10


    [Deandre didn't exactly try to kidnap a baby] – according to [Sailer's] post, he “tried to pick up a baby without permission then tried to walk away”. Sure, a mother would probably lose her shit but it is possible that given his mental condition, he didn’t actually mean any harm. It’s not like he bit the baby’s head off or smashed it against the rocks Biblical style, because I think [Sailer would] have mentioned that.
     
    It's pretty cool when a celebrity drops by iSteve to comment (even pseudonymously).

    Racehorse’s most famous advice for defense attorneys was that they don’t need to prove anything, so they should keep their options open:

    “Say you sue me because you say my dog bit you,” he told the audience. “Well, now this is my defense: My dog doesn’t bite. And second, in the alternative, my dog was tied up that night. And third, I don’t believe you really got bit.”

    His final defense, he said, would be: “I don’t have a dog.”
     

    , @James Forrestal
    @raga10


    Deandre tried to kidnap a baby.

    Not exactly – according to your post, he “tried to pick up a baby without permission then tried to walk away”.
     
    And you didn't exactly rape that woman -- according to you, you just "had sex with her without permission then tried to run away." That's what you told the judge, anyway. How'd that work out for ya?
  266. @raga10
    @anonymous


    Okay: Pentland didn’t say anything “racist.”
     
    If you don't want to call his behaviour racist then fine, let's just call it ugly. Personally I think he would not feel equally free to behave this way if he was dealing with a white person, but maybe I give him too much credit - perhaps he is just an equal opportunity asshole.

    Replies: @anonymous, @Dnought

    Actually, he’d feel freer to act this way with a molester/baby snatcher if the offender were white. And you know it.

    So…..the guy trying to rid his neighborhood of such a person is the “a******”, huh? That’s some worldview you’re trying to sell. Honestly, I thought Pentland was pretty merciful with the guy. I’ve seen people get the living c*** kicked out of them for less.

  267. @raga10
    @Patrick McNally


    He doesn’t have to have seen someone before in order to have heard that a stranger was causing trouble.
     
    Absolutely right. But if he decides this individual is the same "stranger causing trouble" purely because they are of the same race, that would be.... ?

    Replies: @Aeronerauk, @anonymous, @Patrick McNally, @TontoBubbaGoldstein, @Bill

    There’s no reason to think that he did anything “purely because .. of .. race” in this case. He was informed that other people in the same area had complaints about this gentleman and he was simply trying to address those complaints. He did not pick out a random black dude on the street.

  268. @raga10
    @Patrick McNally


    He doesn’t have to have seen someone before in order to have heard that a stranger was causing trouble.
     
    Absolutely right. But if he decides this individual is the same "stranger causing trouble" purely because they are of the same race, that would be.... ?

    Replies: @Aeronerauk, @anonymous, @Patrick McNally, @TontoBubbaGoldstein, @Bill

    Profiling.

    And since it was the correct person, a good example of the efficacy of said profiling.

  269. @Ben tillman
    @JMcG

    $235,000 of gold is the size of a baseball.

    Replies: @Buzz Mohawk, @Polemos

    How big is the arsenal to protect it?

    • Replies: @ben tillman
    @Polemos

    Why would you need an arsenal to protect it? How is anyone going to know where it is?

    Replies: @Polemos

  270. @anon
    @Achmed E. Newman

    My words would have been “hey, what the hell are you doing here?”

    Poor choice. Too high up the rhetoric continuum. Close to beginning the force continuum. Not good.

    Perhaps a better choice would be: start with your own phone recording as you walk up, and begin with a friendly smile and "Hey, how ya doin'?" then "Haven't I seen you here before?". Words you are prepared to repeat on a witness stand.

    Even better if one of your neighbors is off to one side also running vid. More angles in case things get physical. This young man may have been looking for trouble, may have been on meds, may have been something else. He has a rather flat affect about him, but mirroring it back would not be such a good idea, not initially anyway.

    raga10 is just playing around at this point, nothing serious going on there, merely trolling. It's a waste of time to engage with that one.

    Replies: @raga10

    raga10 is just playing around at this point, nothing serious going on there, merely trolling.

    Not in this case, I am actually trying to make an honest point: what I see here is not heroism but a case of too much aggression and not enough compassion.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @raga10

    Sgt. Pentland is a drill instruction, a profession from which we expect compassion.

    Replies: @raga10, @Jonathan Mason, @wren

    , @Anon
    @raga10


    Not in this case, I am actually trying to make an honest point: what I see here is not heroism but a case of too much aggression and not enough compassion.
     
    The Black man had sexually harassed one of the neighbors and picked up the child of another and made himself to look like he was kidnapping it. Pentland asked the man to leave, pushed him when he refused, but otherwise didn’t lay a finger on him. Try walking into any other neighborhood and doing the same to the residents there. In most cases, you’d be lucky if all they did was ask you to leave.

    There was nothing especially aggressive, or lacking in compassion, about Pentland’s actions under the circumstances.

    You are opining seemingly blind to the context.

    Replies: @raga10

  271. @raga10
    @anon


    raga10 is just playing around at this point, nothing serious going on there, merely trolling.
     
    Not in this case, I am actually trying to make an honest point: what I see here is not heroism but a case of too much aggression and not enough compassion.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Anon

    Sgt. Pentland is a drill instruction, a profession from which we expect compassion.

    • Replies: @raga10
    @Steve Sailer

    Fair point but one I tried to steer clear of, so I would not be accused of stereotyping.

    , @Jonathan Mason
    @Steve Sailer

    I didn't realize he was on duty at the time.

    , @wren
    @Steve Sailer

    This is how it's done:

    https://youtu.be/nLJ8ILIE780

    Democracy and humanitarianism.

    Replies: @wren

  272. @Buzz Mohawk
    @Clyde

    Gold, in real, physical form, not paper, is one of my largest holdings. I don't often say that explicitly, because I don't like to be made fun of.

    Wherever I might go in the future, it will go with me -- and I don't give a damn what it's present value is or what's happening to the gold market today. And wherever I might end up, there will always be buyers, especially if the shit hits the fan.

    Replies: @JMcG, @Clyde

    Gold, in real, physical form, not paper, is one of my largest holdings. I don’t often say that explicitly, because I don’t like to be made fun of.

    Wherever I might go in the future, it will go with me — and I don’t give a damn what it’s present value is or what’s happening to the gold market today. And wherever I might end up, there will always be buyers, especially if the shit hits the fan.

    I wish I bought bitcoin last year or before. So far it is better inflation hedge than gold. Of course the advantage of both is that the supply of both has limits, they cannot be created out of thin air, the way the Federal Reserve has been doing dollars. The Fed must keep interest rates super low so that the ever rising US government debt is incurred at almost at zero percent interest rate.
    Recently I have seen 20% jumps in foods, tools and many other things. 20% over the prices two years ago. Real Estate has gone wild so monthly mortgage payments have gone wild for new home purchases.

    Shadow Stats inflation rate– http://www.shadowstats.com/alternate_data/inflation-charts

  273. @Steve Sailer
    @raga10

    Sgt. Pentland is a drill instruction, a profession from which we expect compassion.

    Replies: @raga10, @Jonathan Mason, @wren

    Fair point but one I tried to steer clear of, so I would not be accused of stereotyping.

  274. @Corvinus
    @Buzz Mohawk

    You meekly lamenting "it's over" is telling about your character. You say there is but one alternative, but you won't even do anything about it. So much for the angry Anglo-Saxon going all Hulk and throwing out their enemies from helicopters Pinochet style!

    Replies: @Polemos

    Are you being disingenuous? First you act as though it’s unreasonable and wrong to think immigrants are animals, but here you try and goad someone into being a violent psychopath as demonstration of his moral principle? Buzz is an educated and accomplished person whose attitude and compositional style betrays a sensibility similar to Stoics or Taoists, or what some older cultures regarded as allowing people to collapse into their own destruction when it is their karma to do so. I don’t recall ever seeing Buzz argue for instigating violence or sadistic cruelty —dropping folks from a helicopter? Are you taking delight in the accusation? As though you’d respect Buzz if he acted crueler than a beast, because at least then he’d have character?

    Buzz, I take it, argues for withdrawal from larger-than-self situations, so especially not wasting time or energy on something as vain or as inhumane as terrorizing a crippled person —and unfortunately, many people today are crippled in their thinking and their hearts. You tend to take the ostensibly humanitarian or liberal (classically defined) position and argue along lines of compassion or consideration, using one’s thoughtfulness, to judge and act. It’s weird to see you argue here that Buzz, to be authentic and/or not lazy, should be… throwing people out of helicopters?

    Not that Buzz needs my defense or whatever, but come on? Are you really being serious or just having a laugh? Not committing violence while advocating separation is the height of pacifist, kind, and liberal thinking about how to resolve differences, especially those involving irreconcilable intentions. Letting go of the anger is transcendent, and Buzz is saying let go of the need to fix the people who are not asking to be fixed. Let them be.

    (What to do if they come at him, I don’t think he’s pacifist there, but he’s not saying to go on the offensive, as that won’t happen. So instead, plan and prepare and die having taken care of what needed to be prior to one’s death.)

    What really would make you happy, when peace is weakness and character is rage?

    • Replies: @res
    @Polemos


    Are you being disingenuous?
     
    Disingenuous is (or should be ; ) Corvinus' middle name.
    , @Corvinus
    @Polemos

    "First you act as though it’s unreasonable and wrong to think immigrants are animals..."

    It is patently unreasonable. Do you have the same sentiment with your ancestors who migrated to the United States (provided you are an American)? Would the Irish and Germans of the 1840's, as well as the Southern and Eastern Europeans of the 1890's, as well as their progeny, agree with this assertion? Would even the children of migrants fall into this category? Furthermore, if you are a Christian, are you not morally obligated to obey both biblical directives—to be good citizens and to show hospitality to immigrants, legal and illegal?

    Please explain your position here.

    "but here you try and goad someone into being a violent psychopath as demonstration of his moral principle?...It’s weird to see you argue here that Buzz, to be authentic and/or not lazy, should be… throwing people out of helicopters?"

    You are glossing over the fact it was Buzz who made this statement--"The only alternative to this future is very bloody, very violent, and it results in a regression to ancient times before all the modern comforts our people came to take for granted." He is indicating there is no other choice, which is other than reasonable. By extension, he is supportive of such endeavors. Or does he not want blood on his own hands, and has no issue if others do his dirty work for him?

    Do YOU agree there is no other alternative than bloody violence? In other words, do YOU support Buzz's assertion? Why/why not?

    "Buzz is an educated and accomplished person whose attitude and compositional style betrays a sensibility similar to Stoics or Taoists, or what some older cultures regarded as allowing people to collapse into their own destruction when it is their karma to do so."

    A Stoic has state of mind in which one is not disturbed by the passions. Moreover, a Stoic exudes cautiousness. So please show how his "sensibility" (i.e. his position that immigrants are animals) embodies those two traits. I mean, you are inferring that Buzz has those qualities, right?

    OR, if you prefer, demonstrate how this "sensibility" is reflective in the characteristics of Taoism.

    https://www.goodnet.org/articles/these-4-teachings-daoism-will-help-you-navigate-life

    What is your level of confidence that you will find the requisite documentary evidence how Stoics or Taoists (or both) exemplified similar attitudes about immigrants = animals?

    "I don’t recall ever seeing Buzz argue for instigating violence or sadistic cruelty —dropping folks from a helicopter? Are you taking delight in the accusation? As though you’d respect Buzz if he acted crueler than a beast, because at least then he’d have character?"

    To the contrary, I am repulsed by the notion that there is but one alternative left for (white) people..bloody violence against transgressors, whomever they may be. He need not have argued for it in the past, but he assuredly at the very least tacitly endorsing such brutal tactics. As Seneca wrote...


    “It is the part of a great mind to despise wrongs done to it; the most contemptuous form of revenge is not to deem one’s adversary worth taking vengeance upon. Many have taken small injuries much more seriously to heart than they need, by revenging them: that man is great and noble who like a large wild animal hears unmoved the tiny curs that bark at him.”
     
    "and unfortunately, many people today are crippled in their thinking and their hearts."

    How? Why? To whom do you specifically reference?

    "Not committing violence while advocating separation is the height of pacifist, kind, and liberal thinking about how to resolve differences..."

    Yet, Buzz's statement in Comment 24 contradicts your assertion here. How do you plan on rectifying it?

    , @Buzz Mohawk
    @Polemos

    Thank you, Polemos. Your comment has touched my heart. Thank you.

    Replies: @Corvinus

    , @William Badwhite
    @Polemos


    What really would make you happy, when peace is weakness and character is rage?
     
    Most people here ignore Corvirus. His whole "nuh uhh...you FAIL to notice" routine just goes in circles.
  275. @Steve Sailer
    @raga10

    Sgt. Pentland is a drill instruction, a profession from which we expect compassion.

    Replies: @raga10, @Jonathan Mason, @wren

    I didn’t realize he was on duty at the time.

  276. Anon[409] • Disclaimer says:
    @raga10
    @anon


    raga10 is just playing around at this point, nothing serious going on there, merely trolling.
     
    Not in this case, I am actually trying to make an honest point: what I see here is not heroism but a case of too much aggression and not enough compassion.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Anon

    Not in this case, I am actually trying to make an honest point: what I see here is not heroism but a case of too much aggression and not enough compassion.

    The Black man had sexually harassed one of the neighbors and picked up the child of another and made himself to look like he was kidnapping it. Pentland asked the man to leave, pushed him when he refused, but otherwise didn’t lay a finger on him. Try walking into any other neighborhood and doing the same to the residents there. In most cases, you’d be lucky if all they did was ask you to leave.

    There was nothing especially aggressive, or lacking in compassion, about Pentland’s actions under the circumstances.

    You are opining seemingly blind to the context.

    • Replies: @raga10
    @Anon


    You are opining seemingly blind to the context.
     
    Just the opposite, I am the one who is taking the context into account: the context is that Deandre is obviously mentally deficient and not fully responsible for his actions. How dangerous is he, really? I honestly don't know his specific case. Maybe he *is* dangerous, but I do know from experience that people tend to freak out when faced with disabled people and often will think them far more dangerous than they actually are.

    We don't know how exactly that "kidnapping" played out, but clearly the baby was returned and unharmed, otherwise there would be a lot more said about that.
    As for sexual assault again we don't know much other than he tried to grab a woman. Well let me tell you, again from experience: intellectually disabled have problem with their brains, not their sexual organs... those, unfortunately, tend to work just fine and since they lack our normal inhibitions incidents like this can happen.

    I'm not saying anyone should put up with being accosted be someone because they are mentally deficient, but it might not be as dangerous as "lunatic sex criminal" headline makes it out to be. Perhaps a firm "NO" would be enough?

    Sure, he probably should be supervised and he shouldn't be wandering around if he can't control his urges... but it is what it is.

    Replies: @Anon

  277. @Steve Sailer
    @raga10

    Sgt. Pentland is a drill instruction, a profession from which we expect compassion.

    Replies: @raga10, @Jonathan Mason, @wren

    This is how it’s done:

    Democracy and humanitarianism.

    • Replies: @wren
    @wren

    Slight correction:

    SERGEANT MAJOR: Don’t stand there gawping like you’ve never seen the Hand of God before! Now, today, we’re going to do marching up and down the square! That is, unless any of you got anything better to do. Well?! Anyone got anything they’d rather be doing than marching up and down the square?! Yes?! Atkinson. What would you… rather be doing, Atkinson?

    ATKINSON: Well, to be quite honest, Sarge, I’d… rather be running my hand down the skirt of young women until their skirt comes off.

    SERGEANT MAJOR: Would you, now?!

    ATKINSON: Yes, Sarge.

    SERGEANT MAJOR: Right! Off you go! Now, everybody else happy with my little plan… of marching up and down the square a bit?

    COLES: Sarge!

    SERGEANT MAJOR: Yes?!

    COLES: I’ve got a baby I'd quite like to snatch..

    SERGEANT MAJOR: Right! You go snatch your baby, then! Now! Everybody else… quite content to join in… with my little scheme of marching up and down the square?!

    WYCLIF: Sarge?

    SERGEANT MAJOR: Yes, Wyclif?! What is it?!

    WYCLIF: Well, i, uh, would like the equity in my neighbor's house.

    SERGEANT MAJOR: The equity in your neighbor's house?!

    WYCLIF: Yes, Sarge.

    SERGEANT MAJOR: And I suppose you want to go and get it, eh? Marching up and down the square not good enough for you, eh?!

    WYCLIF: Well,–

    SERGEANT MAJOR: Right! Off you go!

    WYCLIF: Oh.

    SERGEANT MAJOR: Now! What about the rest of you? Rather be blm'ing, I suppose.

    SQUAD: Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Ooh, yeah. Yeah. Right. Yeah. Right.

    SERGEANT MAJOR: All right! Off you go!

    SQUAD: Oh. Ooh. Great. That’s great. What a day. I want to see what's at target. Eh hehheh.

    SERGEANT MAJOR: Bloody army! I don’t know what it’s coming to. Right! Sergeant Major, marching up and down the square. Left, right, left. Left…

    NARRATOR #1: Democracy and humanitarianism have always been trademarks of the British Army…

    SERGEANT MAJOR: Rubbish!

    NARRATOR #1: Shh! …And have stamped its triumph throughout history, in the furthest-flung corners of the Empire,…
    [mayhem]
    …but, no matter where or when there was fighting to be done,…
    [patriotic music]
    …it has always been the calm leadership of the Officer class that has made the British Army what it is.

  278. @anon
    @Anon


    This led me to the Sam Harris podcast, to Pinker’s Blank Slate, to [email protected], and to a lot of other books (including The Bell Curve) and information sources, expanding to statistics and genetics books.
     
    Is there a seminal book one should start with to evaluate the claims of “race realism”?

    What are some good statistics and genetics books?

    Replies: @Moses, @Anon

    Your eyes and ears in a culturally enriched area a good start. No books necessary.

  279. @Dissident799
    @gent


    Here’s the unanswered question, who recorded this and posted it? If this kid was roaming around causing trouble, it’s likely that it was a sting to get this sort of footage.
     
    The person who recorded it is Shadae McCallum. You can probably guess her race.

    Shadae McCallum was going on a walk near her home Monday evening when she says she saw a woman yelling at a young Black man nearby.

    “Once it started to get more physical and Jonathan’s wife says the police is coming, I said, ‘oh my goodness if this isn’t documented someone can spin this in a whole other direction,’” she said.


    In particular, she said it hurt her to hear someone tell a young Black man that he was “in the wrong neighborhood,” and needed to “get out.”

    “It could have rubbed me the wrong way because he could’ve easily said I didn’t belong here and I live here,” she said. “I never thought I would be the one behind the camera recording something like this it’s been very emotional and overwhelming.”

    Neighbors said they are familiar with the victim and he does live nearby.

    Notice a couple of hints in the article. It was a woman yelling at the black guy at first before the white guy got involved. Also, it says that the neighbors are familiar with the "victim."

    https://www.wistv.com/2021/04/15/woman-behind-viral-video-soldiers-confrontation-with-black-man-shares-what-happened/

    Replies: @Lurker

    The person who recorded it is Shadae McCallum. You can probably guess her race.

    The real Slim Shadae.

  280. The lesson is that a White person isn’t allowed to defend his community, but if you have to confront a Black person, you better explain the reason in every sentence in case you’re being taped.

    Jonathan Pentland will possibly lose everything over this, his job, his pension, his house.

    There’s one funding site that may be able to help him, https://www.givesendgo.com/ Hopefully something will be set up soon. The only downside is that Leftists are outing people who donate

    https://www.newsweek.com/givesendgo-kyle-rittenhouse-police-donations-kenosha-1584173

    So if you’re vulnerable, go the extra mile to avoid detection.

  281. @wren
    @Steve Sailer

    This is how it's done:

    https://youtu.be/nLJ8ILIE780

    Democracy and humanitarianism.

    Replies: @wren

    Slight correction:

    SERGEANT MAJOR: Don’t stand there gawping like you’ve never seen the Hand of God before! Now, today, we’re going to do marching up and down the square! That is, unless any of you got anything better to do. Well?! Anyone got anything they’d rather be doing than marching up and down the square?! Yes?! Atkinson. What would you… rather be doing, Atkinson?

    ATKINSON: Well, to be quite honest, Sarge, I’d… rather be running my hand down the skirt of young women until their skirt comes off.

    SERGEANT MAJOR: Would you, now?!

    ATKINSON: Yes, Sarge.

    SERGEANT MAJOR: Right! Off you go! Now, everybody else happy with my little plan… of marching up and down the square a bit?

    COLES: Sarge!

    SERGEANT MAJOR: Yes?!

    COLES: I’ve got a baby I’d quite like to snatch..

    SERGEANT MAJOR: Right! You go snatch your baby, then! Now! Everybody else… quite content to join in… with my little scheme of marching up and down the square?!

    WYCLIF: Sarge?

    SERGEANT MAJOR: Yes, Wyclif?! What is it?!

    WYCLIF: Well, i, uh, would like the equity in my neighbor’s house.

    SERGEANT MAJOR: The equity in your neighbor’s house?!

    WYCLIF: Yes, Sarge.

    SERGEANT MAJOR: And I suppose you want to go and get it, eh? Marching up and down the square not good enough for you, eh?!

    WYCLIF: Well,–

    SERGEANT MAJOR: Right! Off you go!

    WYCLIF: Oh.

    SERGEANT MAJOR: Now! What about the rest of you? Rather be blm’ing, I suppose.

    SQUAD: Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Ooh, yeah. Yeah. Right. Yeah. Right.

    SERGEANT MAJOR: All right! Off you go!

    SQUAD: Oh. Ooh. Great. That’s great. What a day. I want to see what’s at target. Eh hehheh.

    SERGEANT MAJOR: Bloody army! I don’t know what it’s coming to. Right! Sergeant Major, marching up and down the square. Left, right, left. Left…

    NARRATOR #1: Democracy and humanitarianism have always been trademarks of the British Army…

    SERGEANT MAJOR: Rubbish!

    NARRATOR #1: Shh! …And have stamped its triumph throughout history, in the furthest-flung corners of the Empire,…
    [mayhem]
    …but, no matter where or when there was fighting to be done,…
    [patriotic music]
    …it has always been the calm leadership of the Officer class that has made the British Army what it is.

  282. @raga10
    @Patrick McNally


    He doesn’t have to have seen someone before in order to have heard that a stranger was causing trouble.
     
    Absolutely right. But if he decides this individual is the same "stranger causing trouble" purely because they are of the same race, that would be.... ?

    Replies: @Aeronerauk, @anonymous, @Patrick McNally, @TontoBubbaGoldstein, @Bill

    You grasp it is a mixed race neighborhood, right? Nothing you are saying makes any sense at all.

    • Agree: ic1000
  283. @mc23
    According to this account from a U.K. newspaper the black guy has been committed to a mental facility shortly after this. You would think you would think there had to be serious public safety concerns if the guy was committed.

    Of course the information that the man was a dangerous mental case didn't get the homeowner any sympathy in the newspaper comments. Now he's also accused of picking on a poor mentally ill man.

    I doubt any of the commentators would have picked up that a shady guy casing their house for a quarter of an hour was mentally ill but as has been said else where, what do I know?

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9480657/Black-man-confronted-Army-drill-sergeant-mentally-ill.html

    Replies: @Lurker, @Lurker

    Of course the information that the man was a dangerous mental case didn’t get the homeowner any sympathy in the newspaper comments

    I can assure you that after years of [sometimes] getting comments onto the DM site that the majority of any sympathetic comments showing won’t even reach the first barbed wire fence let alone storm the trenches. I might get one past moderation but likely none on a story like this. However I can click on a libtard account and see they’ve had multiple comments allowed on a single story, never mind across several. That won’t happen to mine.

    The DM nods and winks in our direction but ruthlessly upholds the narrative on certain stories by manipulation of the comments.

    Furthermore certain stories that should see a lot of interest will show zero comments posted. That, to me, implies that they were all running our way and it’s safer to pretend no one is interested.

  284. @mc23
    According to this account from a U.K. newspaper the black guy has been committed to a mental facility shortly after this. You would think you would think there had to be serious public safety concerns if the guy was committed.

    Of course the information that the man was a dangerous mental case didn't get the homeowner any sympathy in the newspaper comments. Now he's also accused of picking on a poor mentally ill man.

    I doubt any of the commentators would have picked up that a shady guy casing their house for a quarter of an hour was mentally ill but as has been said else where, what do I know?

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9480657/Black-man-confronted-Army-drill-sergeant-mentally-ill.html

    Replies: @Lurker, @Lurker

    I’ve had a look over there.

    Note that the oldest comments are the libtard variety, as more context emerges the saner comments appear. Plus the comment ratios – red vs green – no great support for the libtard narrative.

    Often the number of votes vastly outnumber people commenting because thats the only way to register an opinion.

  285. @Buzz Mohawk
    @Buzz Mohawk

    L friggin O L. I love the "Troll" button from "Corvinus."

    "Abe" and "S" can legitimately disagree with me, but Corvi here once again demonstrates that he is nothing more than a real troll.


    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_Vp325B17yjE/Seztv-mrcCI/AAAAAAAABGM/NVbjZEV6KnU/s400/homme_le_plus_gros_du_monde.jpg

    Replies: @res

    L friggin O L. I love the “Troll” button from “Corvinus.”

    The proper term for that (along with a “Disagree” from Corvinus) is the “Corvinus seal of approval.” You should feel honored.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
    @res

    Indeed, the Corvinus seal of approval that is designated to the statement of a poster that is clearly irrational--"The only alternative to this future is very bloody, very violent, and it results in a regression to ancient times before all the modern comforts our people came to take for granted."

    Perhaps you would like to offer an explanation as to how Buzz's statement would be considered as reasonable, especially to normies?

    Replies: @res

  286. Anon[292] • Disclaimer says:
    @anon
    @Anon


    This led me to the Sam Harris podcast, to Pinker’s Blank Slate, to [email protected], and to a lot of other books (including The Bell Curve) and information sources, expanding to statistics and genetics books.
     
    Is there a seminal book one should start with to evaluate the claims of “race realism”?

    What are some good statistics and genetics books?

    Replies: @Moses, @Anon

    Is there a seminal book one should start with to evaluate the claims of “race realism”?

    What are some good statistics and genetics books?

    Statistics:

    You want to understand the normal distribution, the average/mean, and the variance (indicated by standard deviation), the 68-95-99.7 rule (and related percentages like 16, 84, 2.5, 0.15). What this gives you is the knowledge that seemingly small differences between groups can result in enormous differences at the extremes (e.g. the “right tail”). A Dummies stats book is fine for this. Playing with an online normal distribution calculator helps comprehension.

    Intelligence:

    You need to appreciate how real intelligence is and understand the counterintuitive notion that humans in all their variety can to a surprising extent be measured by a single, unchangable rank-order number. This is shocking and morally unpalatable and seems unfair, but for better or worse it turns out to be true. (Also, God allows innocent children to get cancer and die.) Intelligence is not the whole human, since personality factors (the Big Five) and non-cognitive talents (music, athletics) contribute, but on the other hand there are no “multiple intelligences.” “Intelligence: All That Matters” is a 160-page primer (that avoids race) by British psychologist and prolific tweeter Stuart Richie that is valuable because the writer is politically progressive. “In the Know: Debunking 35 Myths about Human Intelligence” gets into the racial weeds and just came out a few months ago from Cambridge University Press.

    Genetics:

    What you need to know about genetics is that there are no firewalled-off parts of the human animal that are not affected by the genome received at conception. Also, every trait is affected by thousands of genes (polygenic is the adjective) and every gene affects thousands of traits (pleotropic is the adjective). You also need to know that evolution can happen over relatively short time spans. Two books from a couple of years ago cover similar territory but have different emphases: I’d read both in sequence: “Blueprint” by pioneering psychologist Robert Plomin and “Innate” by evolutionary psychologist Kevin Mitchell.

    These books are still in the realm of respectibility. As you read you begin to realize that a lot of the books that initially seem to have unsavory reputations only have such reputations because they are not politically correct. But for your sanity it’s good to leave them for later. An example would be the Michael Levin’s “Why Race Matters.”

    • Thanks: ic1000, Polemos
    • Replies: @Polemos
    @Anon

    Hey, become a regular commentor!

    (Unless you're moonlighting from your usual or need the anonymity... )

    Replies: @Anon

  287. @Aeronerauk
    @Jonathan Mason

    What the hell are you talking about? He was "probably" acting racist? How do you prove that? He told a weirdo to leave the neighborhood. Is doing anything to blacks racist?

    Some of you need to get a hold of yourselves. White people really don't like to think about much less confront blacks. Do you think army dweeb is living in 1950 and hasn't read the news in 10 years?

    Replies: @Lurker

    Is doing anything to blacks racist?

    Yes.

    It’s already bad enough that the Sgt. wasn’t kneeling, let alone forgetting to keep his vulgar white gaze directed at the ground where it belongs when in The Presence.

  288. @El'geherg
    @Anonymous

    Standard black behavior, one on one gets his ass kicked so they form a pack and go after the guy.

    Replies: @Richard B

    Standard black behavior, one on one gets his ass kicked so they form a pack and go after the guy.

    Standard white behavior, watch a pack of blacks go after a white guy and say something about it (in a comment online and after the fact).

    • Replies: @West reanimator
    @Richard B

    What are you doing about it, cuck boy?

    Replies: @Richard B

  289. @Je Suis Omar Mateen
    @Buzz Mohawk

    "It’s fucking over. The only way out is not something we can even talk about....
    It’s no joke. It’s obvious now. The only alternative to this future is very bloody, very violent"

    Will never happen. Viz: 13 months and counting of mandatory facediapering - without a shot fired or even a gun brandished. Over a mild flu. White American males are punk-muzzled cowards and deserve genocide. Richly.

    Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard, @AndrewR, @Richard B

    White American males are punk-muzzled cowards and deserve genocide. Richly.

    Said, no doubt, with such noble self-abnegation.

    In what Western country isn’t this true about White males?

  290. @Anon
    @raga10


    Not in this case, I am actually trying to make an honest point: what I see here is not heroism but a case of too much aggression and not enough compassion.
     
    The Black man had sexually harassed one of the neighbors and picked up the child of another and made himself to look like he was kidnapping it. Pentland asked the man to leave, pushed him when he refused, but otherwise didn’t lay a finger on him. Try walking into any other neighborhood and doing the same to the residents there. In most cases, you’d be lucky if all they did was ask you to leave.

    There was nothing especially aggressive, or lacking in compassion, about Pentland’s actions under the circumstances.

    You are opining seemingly blind to the context.

    Replies: @raga10

    You are opining seemingly blind to the context.

    Just the opposite, I am the one who is taking the context into account: the context is that Deandre is obviously mentally deficient and not fully responsible for his actions. How dangerous is he, really? I honestly don’t know his specific case. Maybe he *is* dangerous, but I do know from experience that people tend to freak out when faced with disabled people and often will think them far more dangerous than they actually are.

    We don’t know how exactly that “kidnapping” played out, but clearly the baby was returned and unharmed, otherwise there would be a lot more said about that.
    As for sexual assault again we don’t know much other than he tried to grab a woman. Well let me tell you, again from experience: intellectually disabled have problem with their brains, not their sexual organs… those, unfortunately, tend to work just fine and since they lack our normal inhibitions incidents like this can happen.

    I’m not saying anyone should put up with being accosted be someone because they are mentally deficient, but it might not be as dangerous as “lunatic sex criminal” headline makes it out to be. Perhaps a firm “NO” would be enough?

    Sure, he probably should be supervised and he shouldn’t be wandering around if he can’t control his urges… but it is what it is.

    • Replies: @Anon
    @raga10


    Just the opposite, I am the one who is taking the context into account: the context is that Deandre is obviously mentally deficient
     
    Deandre showed no obvious mental deficiencies in the video. Sergeant Pentland, who had a better vantage point that either you or me, clearly didn’t think Deandre was mentally deficient.

    Methinks you are applying some racial stereotype you harbor about blacks.

    Replies: @raga10

  291. @Polemos
    @Ben tillman

    How big is the arsenal to protect it?

    Replies: @ben tillman

    Why would you need an arsenal to protect it? How is anyone going to know where it is?

    • Replies: @Polemos
    @ben tillman

    You have a point, sure. I've noticed over the years that people who retain on site gold in large (relatively speaking) volumes also have nice walls, nice locks, nice guns or nice/no neighbors. Mileages vary, right?

    But, I'll grant, perhaps putting it in the back of a dresser drawer next to the socks or behind unopened bills from 2015 is pretty safe for some people.

    Replies: @ben tillman

  292. @anonymous
    @raga10



    He doesn’t have to have seen someone before in order to have heard that a stranger was causing trouble.
     
    Absolutely right. But if he decides this individual is the same “stranger causing trouble” purely because they are of the same race, that would be…. ?
     
    That would be a reasonable application of a legitimate identifying factor. The police in America release race information all the time to help identify suspects.

    Replies: @raga10

    That would be a reasonable application of a legitimate identifying factor. The police in America release race information all the time to help identify suspects.

    Do they? Ours used to do that, but they were told to stop. Precisely because it was deemed to be racist, but also often unhelpful – for example, they would often describe someone as “Lebanese” but how many people can reliably tell a Lebanese from, say, Iranian?

    (yes, I know Lebanese is not a race!)

  293. @Polemos
    @Corvinus

    Are you being disingenuous? First you act as though it's unreasonable and wrong to think immigrants are animals, but here you try and goad someone into being a violent psychopath as demonstration of his moral principle? Buzz is an educated and accomplished person whose attitude and compositional style betrays a sensibility similar to Stoics or Taoists, or what some older cultures regarded as allowing people to collapse into their own destruction when it is their karma to do so. I don't recall ever seeing Buzz argue for instigating violence or sadistic cruelty —dropping folks from a helicopter? Are you taking delight in the accusation? As though you'd respect Buzz if he acted crueler than a beast, because at least then he'd have character?

    Buzz, I take it, argues for withdrawal from larger-than-self situations, so especially not wasting time or energy on something as vain or as inhumane as terrorizing a crippled person —and unfortunately, many people today are crippled in their thinking and their hearts. You tend to take the ostensibly humanitarian or liberal (classically defined) position and argue along lines of compassion or consideration, using one's thoughtfulness, to judge and act. It's weird to see you argue here that Buzz, to be authentic and/or not lazy, should be... throwing people out of helicopters?

    Not that Buzz needs my defense or whatever, but come on? Are you really being serious or just having a laugh? Not committing violence while advocating separation is the height of pacifist, kind, and liberal thinking about how to resolve differences, especially those involving irreconcilable intentions. Letting go of the anger is transcendent, and Buzz is saying let go of the need to fix the people who are not asking to be fixed. Let them be.

    (What to do if they come at him, I don't think he's pacifist there, but he's not saying to go on the offensive, as that won't happen. So instead, plan and prepare and die having taken care of what needed to be prior to one's death.)

    What really would make you happy, when peace is weakness and character is rage?

    Replies: @res, @Corvinus, @Buzz Mohawk, @William Badwhite

    Are you being disingenuous?

    Disingenuous is (or should be ; ) Corvinus’ middle name.

  294. @raga10
    @Steve Sailer


    Deandre tried to kidnap a baby.
     
    Not exactly - according to your post, he "tried to pick up a baby without permission then tried to walk away". Sure, a mother would probably lose her shit but it is possible that given his mental condition, he didn't actually mean any harm. It's not like he bit the baby's head off or smash it against the rocks Biblical style, because I think you'd have mentioned that.

    In any case Pentland either didn't know about that incident, or had no way of being sure that he was facing the same person.

    Replies: @Moses, @Rouetheday, @ic1000, @James Forrestal

    You’re Indian.

    • Replies: @raga10
    @Moses


    You’re Indian.
     
    Oh Shit, am I ?!? ... I do like curry...
    , @Hangnail Hans
    @Moses

    I think he's just psycho, but he could certainly be both...

    , @JMcG
    @Moses

    My guess is Paki.

  295. @anonymous
    @Hippopotamusdrome


    U. S. Army. Sticking up for Black rapists since 1865.
     
    What happened in 1965?

    Replies: @Hippopotamusdrome

  296. @JMcG
    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/court-filing-richland-sheriff-covered-up-school-deputy-preying-on-teens-for-9-years/ar-BB1f0Tip

    Paging Johnny Walker 123

    Replies: @YetAnotherAnon, @res, @JohnnyWalker123

    Thanks.

    It’s remarkable how all these abusers can get away with this bad behavior for years.

    It makes you wonder why. Do these abusers have blackmail on people in powerful places? Is this blackmail used as leverage that can be traded for protection?

    Do these abusers function as pimps, procuring sexual partners for powerful people? Then they get away with their own indiscretions, knowing that they can call on their powerful friends to do them favors?

    It’s interesting to speculate.

    • Replies: @JMcG
    @JohnnyWalker123

    It’s very, very dispiriting. Seems like anyone with the least bit of power uses it for self-gratification.

    Replies: @JohnnyWalker123

  297. @Paul Jolliffe
    @JohnnyWalker123

    JW,

    Did you see that the FBI is leading the narrative in the Indianapolis shooting?
    They immediately acknowledged that they were notified by the Indianapolis PD because of police concerns about un “items” (which the FBI refused to identify) were found in Hole’s bedroom.
    The FBI then claimed that they found no evidence of either a crime or a “racially motivated ideology.”
    The police then housed Hole in a temporary mental facility because Hole’s mother feared he would commit “suicide by cop.”
    The shotgun taken from Hole’s house in 2020 was never returned, yet somehow, this mentally unstable young man, known to both local and federal law enforcement, then got his hands on a separate long gun -seemingly in violation of existing laws- and apparently murdered eight people before shooting himself.
    Yet another “lone wolf” shooter (for mysterious reasons) turns out to have files with not only the local police, but the feds.

    Huh.

    No pattern here . . .

    And the type of weapon he used just happens to fill the need to provide “evidence” that such weapons should be banned.

    And, he’s dead. So no uncomfortable questions can be asked about any further contact he had with law enforcement enforcement at any level, especially the feds.

    Replies: @JohnnyWalker123

    Thanks.

    You raise lots of good points. There’s something here that doesn’t make sense. We’re not getting the whole truth. Something is ‘off.’

    There are rumors that many of these mass shooters are mentally ill types who are being secretly manipulated by the Intel agencies. These shooters don’t just randomly assassinate people. Rather, they have handlers who indoctrinate them, supply them with weapons, and encourage their violent tendencies. These malleable shooters are convenient ‘fall guys.’

    The most famous instances of this are Oswald and Sirhan Sirhan.

    Remember the Vegas shooting with Stephen Paddock? That’s another bizarre case that makes you really question the narrative.

    It wouldn’t surprise me if these mass shooting attacks are being pushed by the Intel agencies, with the objective of popularizing gun control.

  298. @Moses
    @raga10

    You’re Indian.

    Replies: @raga10, @Hangnail Hans, @JMcG

    You’re Indian.

    Oh Shit, am I ?!? … I do like curry…

  299. @raga10
    @Steve Sailer


    Deandre tried to kidnap a baby.
     
    Not exactly - according to your post, he "tried to pick up a baby without permission then tried to walk away". Sure, a mother would probably lose her shit but it is possible that given his mental condition, he didn't actually mean any harm. It's not like he bit the baby's head off or smash it against the rocks Biblical style, because I think you'd have mentioned that.

    In any case Pentland either didn't know about that incident, or had no way of being sure that he was facing the same person.

    Replies: @Moses, @Rouetheday, @ic1000, @James Forrestal

    According to the actual police report, DeAndre picked the baby up from its stroller and started to walk away with him. The woman took the baby back, then DeAndre took him back a second time and tried to walk away again. The woman grabbed the baby back once again at which point DeAndre grabbed him a third time and said that this is not her child and she does not have the right to allow people to hold the child (I’m wondering if the cop meant to say he said she does not have the right to disallow people to hold the baby). Now, I have heard that this woman is a babysitter and not the actual mother. So, did DeAndre know for a fact this wasn’t the child’s mother or is this just something a crazy person would say? Either way this statement must have really freaked out the woman. She grabbed him back a third time and hurried off.

    You know, raga10, some of us here have had a spirited debate with you over this incident but right now I’d like to find some common ground with you and declare you are indeed correct in declaring “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” the greatest show ever (and yes everyone else I have seen “Breaking Bad”, it’s a very close second). Say, did you see where Sarah Michelle turned 44 earlier this month? How time flies, eh?

    • Replies: @raga10
    @Rouetheday


    Say, did you see where Sarah Michelle turned 44 earlier this month? How time flies, eh?
     
    Indeed! There is this show I like where they show re-runs dating from around 10 to 15 years ago back to back with current episodes. It is absolutely frightening to see how much these people aged... of course, that doesn't apply to me :)
  300. @Moses
    @raga10

    You’re Indian.

    Replies: @raga10, @Hangnail Hans, @JMcG

    I think he’s just psycho, but he could certainly be both…

  301. @Steve-O
    @Clyde

    There are four DeAndres currently in the NBA.

    Replies: @Clyde

    You might be wrong
    You might be right
    You might play basketball out of sight

    DeAndre a girlish name
    That black folks invented
    In order to vent

  302. @raga10
    @Steve Sailer


    Deandre tried to kidnap a baby.
     
    Not exactly - according to your post, he "tried to pick up a baby without permission then tried to walk away". Sure, a mother would probably lose her shit but it is possible that given his mental condition, he didn't actually mean any harm. It's not like he bit the baby's head off or smash it against the rocks Biblical style, because I think you'd have mentioned that.

    In any case Pentland either didn't know about that incident, or had no way of being sure that he was facing the same person.

    Replies: @Moses, @Rouetheday, @ic1000, @James Forrestal

    [Deandre didn’t exactly try to kidnap a baby] – according to [Sailer’s] post, he “tried to pick up a baby without permission then tried to walk away”. Sure, a mother would probably lose her shit but it is possible that given his mental condition, he didn’t actually mean any harm. It’s not like he bit the baby’s head off or smashed it against the rocks Biblical style, because I think [Sailer would] have mentioned that.

    It’s pretty cool when a celebrity drops by iSteve to comment (even pseudonymously).

    Racehorse’s most famous advice for defense attorneys was that they don’t need to prove anything, so they should keep their options open:

    “Say you sue me because you say my dog bit you,” he told the audience. “Well, now this is my defense: My dog doesn’t bite. And second, in the alternative, my dog was tied up that night. And third, I don’t believe you really got bit.”

    His final defense, he said, would be: “I don’t have a dog.”

  303. If Black Lives Matter, why does Planned Parenthood still exist?

  304. @Anon
    @anon


    Is there a seminal book one should start with to evaluate the claims of “race realism”?

    What are some good statistics and genetics books?
     
    Statistics:

    You want to understand the normal distribution, the average/mean, and the variance (indicated by standard deviation), the 68-95-99.7 rule (and related percentages like 16, 84, 2.5, 0.15). What this gives you is the knowledge that seemingly small differences between groups can result in enormous differences at the extremes (e.g. the "right tail"). A Dummies stats book is fine for this. Playing with an online normal distribution calculator helps comprehension.

    Intelligence:

    You need to appreciate how real intelligence is and understand the counterintuitive notion that humans in all their variety can to a surprising extent be measured by a single, unchangable rank-order number. This is shocking and morally unpalatable and seems unfair, but for better or worse it turns out to be true. (Also, God allows innocent children to get cancer and die.) Intelligence is not the whole human, since personality factors (the Big Five) and non-cognitive talents (music, athletics) contribute, but on the other hand there are no "multiple intelligences." "Intelligence: All That Matters" is a 160-page primer (that avoids race) by British psychologist and prolific tweeter Stuart Richie that is valuable because the writer is politically progressive. "In the Know: Debunking 35 Myths about Human Intelligence" gets into the racial weeds and just came out a few months ago from Cambridge University Press.

    Genetics:

    What you need to know about genetics is that there are no firewalled-off parts of the human animal that are not affected by the genome received at conception. Also, every trait is affected by thousands of genes (polygenic is the adjective) and every gene affects thousands of traits (pleotropic is the adjective). You also need to know that evolution can happen over relatively short time spans. Two books from a couple of years ago cover similar territory but have different emphases: I'd read both in sequence: "Blueprint" by pioneering psychologist Robert Plomin and "Innate" by evolutionary psychologist Kevin Mitchell.

    These books are still in the realm of respectibility. As you read you begin to realize that a lot of the books that initially seem to have unsavory reputations only have such reputations because they are not politically correct. But for your sanity it's good to leave them for later. An example would be the Michael Levin's "Why Race Matters."

    Replies: @Polemos

    Hey, become a regular commentor!

    (Unless you’re moonlighting from your usual or need the anonymity… )

    • Agree: ic1000
    • Replies: @Anon
    @Polemos


    Hey, become a regular commentor!

    (Unless you’re moonlighting from your usual or need the anonymity… )
     
    I am a regular commenter. I gave up using a registered name when I realized that I was fingerprinting myself. It's hard to avoid giving out little bits of information about yourself that over hundreds of comments add up to a pretty unique biography. It's not just -- or even mainly -- identifiable facts. It's also pet peeves, turns of phrase, even punctuation and vocabulary. If a comment or a set of comments is doxxed to you, then it's trivial for someone to assemble a dossier of all your wrongthink.

    Steve sometimes promotes comments to posts or quotes them in posts. That happened a few times and it kind of freaked me out to be so prominent. I would change my username. Finally, I up and changed it to Anon.
  305. @Moses
    @raga10

    You’re Indian.

    Replies: @raga10, @Hangnail Hans, @JMcG

    My guess is Paki.

  306. @ben tillman
    @Polemos

    Why would you need an arsenal to protect it? How is anyone going to know where it is?

    Replies: @Polemos

    You have a point, sure. I’ve noticed over the years that people who retain on site gold in large (relatively speaking) volumes also have nice walls, nice locks, nice guns or nice/no neighbors. Mileages vary, right?

    But, I’ll grant, perhaps putting it in the back of a dresser drawer next to the socks or behind unopened bills from 2015 is pretty safe for some people.

    • Replies: @ben tillman
    @Polemos

    LOL. Perhaps my perspective is colored by the fact that I am the kind of person who has boxes of unopened bills from 2015 etc.

  307. @Polemos
    @Corvinus

    Are you being disingenuous? First you act as though it's unreasonable and wrong to think immigrants are animals, but here you try and goad someone into being a violent psychopath as demonstration of his moral principle? Buzz is an educated and accomplished person whose attitude and compositional style betrays a sensibility similar to Stoics or Taoists, or what some older cultures regarded as allowing people to collapse into their own destruction when it is their karma to do so. I don't recall ever seeing Buzz argue for instigating violence or sadistic cruelty —dropping folks from a helicopter? Are you taking delight in the accusation? As though you'd respect Buzz if he acted crueler than a beast, because at least then he'd have character?

    Buzz, I take it, argues for withdrawal from larger-than-self situations, so especially not wasting time or energy on something as vain or as inhumane as terrorizing a crippled person —and unfortunately, many people today are crippled in their thinking and their hearts. You tend to take the ostensibly humanitarian or liberal (classically defined) position and argue along lines of compassion or consideration, using one's thoughtfulness, to judge and act. It's weird to see you argue here that Buzz, to be authentic and/or not lazy, should be... throwing people out of helicopters?

    Not that Buzz needs my defense or whatever, but come on? Are you really being serious or just having a laugh? Not committing violence while advocating separation is the height of pacifist, kind, and liberal thinking about how to resolve differences, especially those involving irreconcilable intentions. Letting go of the anger is transcendent, and Buzz is saying let go of the need to fix the people who are not asking to be fixed. Let them be.

    (What to do if they come at him, I don't think he's pacifist there, but he's not saying to go on the offensive, as that won't happen. So instead, plan and prepare and die having taken care of what needed to be prior to one's death.)

    What really would make you happy, when peace is weakness and character is rage?

    Replies: @res, @Corvinus, @Buzz Mohawk, @William Badwhite

    “First you act as though it’s unreasonable and wrong to think immigrants are animals…”

    It is patently unreasonable. Do you have the same sentiment with your ancestors who migrated to the United States (provided you are an American)? Would the Irish and Germans of the 1840’s, as well as the Southern and Eastern Europeans of the 1890’s, as well as their progeny, agree with this assertion? Would even the children of migrants fall into this category? Furthermore, if you are a Christian, are you not morally obligated to obey both biblical directives—to be good citizens and to show hospitality to immigrants, legal and illegal?

    Please explain your position here.

    “but here you try and goad someone into being a violent psychopath as demonstration of his moral principle?…It’s weird to see you argue here that Buzz, to be authentic and/or not lazy, should be… throwing people out of helicopters?”

    You are glossing over the fact it was Buzz who made this statement–“The only alternative to this future is very bloody, very violent, and it results in a regression to ancient times before all the modern comforts our people came to take for granted.” He is indicating there is no other choice, which is other than reasonable. By extension, he is supportive of such endeavors. Or does he not want blood on his own hands, and has no issue if others do his dirty work for him?

    Do YOU agree there is no other alternative than bloody violence? In other words, do YOU support Buzz’s assertion? Why/why not?

    “Buzz is an educated and accomplished person whose attitude and compositional style betrays a sensibility similar to Stoics or Taoists, or what some older cultures regarded as allowing people to collapse into their own destruction when it is their karma to do so.”

    A Stoic has state of mind in which one is not disturbed by the passions. Moreover, a Stoic exudes cautiousness. So please show how his “sensibility” (i.e. his position that immigrants are animals) embodies those two traits. I mean, you are inferring that Buzz has those qualities, right?

    OR, if you prefer, demonstrate how this “sensibility” is reflective in the characteristics of Taoism.

    https://www.goodnet.org/articles/these-4-teachings-daoism-will-help-you-navigate-life

    What is your level of confidence that you will find the requisite documentary evidence how Stoics or Taoists (or both) exemplified similar attitudes about immigrants = animals?

    “I don’t recall ever seeing Buzz argue for instigating violence or sadistic cruelty —dropping folks from a helicopter? Are you taking delight in the accusation? As though you’d respect Buzz if he acted crueler than a beast, because at least then he’d have character?”

    To the contrary, I am repulsed by the notion that there is but one alternative left for (white) people..bloody violence against transgressors, whomever they may be. He need not have argued for it in the past, but he assuredly at the very least tacitly endorsing such brutal tactics. As Seneca wrote…

    “It is the part of a great mind to despise wrongs done to it; the most contemptuous form of revenge is not to deem one’s adversary worth taking vengeance upon. Many have taken small injuries much more seriously to heart than they need, by revenging them: that man is great and noble who like a large wild animal hears unmoved the tiny curs that bark at him.”

    “and unfortunately, many people today are crippled in their thinking and their hearts.”

    How? Why? To whom do you specifically reference?

    “Not committing violence while advocating separation is the height of pacifist, kind, and liberal thinking about how to resolve differences…”

    Yet, Buzz’s statement in Comment 24 contradicts your assertion here. How do you plan on rectifying it?

  308. @Caspar Von Everec
    Thou shall not offend the black god in any shape or form. To even question his motives in thought is heresy, and a sin against the church of negrolatry.

    Replies: @CharChar51

    ….don’t forget to capitalize the B in black….or else you’re racist.

  309. @res
    @Buzz Mohawk


    L friggin O L. I love the “Troll” button from “Corvinus.”
     
    The proper term for that (along with a "Disagree" from Corvinus) is the "Corvinus seal of approval." You should feel honored.

    Replies: @Corvinus

    Indeed, the Corvinus seal of approval that is designated to the statement of a poster that is clearly irrational–“The only alternative to this future is very bloody, very violent, and it results in a regression to ancient times before all the modern comforts our people came to take for granted.”

    Perhaps you would like to offer an explanation as to how Buzz’s statement would be considered as reasonable, especially to normies?

    • Replies: @res
    @Corvinus

    You need to work on your reading comprehension. And stop the use of selective quotes to mislead. Here is a more complete quote (I think the first paragraph was separate while the following two paragraphs clearly belong together).


    It’s no joke. It’s obvious now. The only alternative to this future is very bloody, very violent, and it results in a regression to ancient times before all the modern comforts our people came to take for granted.

    Maybe that will happen, but I doubt any of us here will be around to find out. You should thank God for that.

     

    That second part makes clear this is not something he desires. Whether or not he is right, it seems enough of a possibility that the people who are inciting the woke idiocy should at least think about it. And cautioning people to think about the consequences of their actions seems quite reasonable to me.

    But please do keep providing us with the Corvinus seals of approval. It is easy to go to your comments and search for ": Corvinus" to find those comments. It is also interesting to notice how often you use the Disagree and Troll flags relative to Thanks and Agree. Says a great deal about you IMHO.

    P.S. Not the first time I have called you out about selective quotes.
    https://www.unz.com/anepigone/liberal-eugenics-2/#comment-3725837

    Replies: @Corvinus, @James Forrestal

  310. @Buzz Mohawk

    Sorry to get off track, but General Milford Beagle? I’ve long had this Boy-named-Sue-type theory that prominent military figures tend to have grown up with hilarious names.
     
    Sorry to stay off track, but there also seems to be a fair amount of momma's boys who historically ascended to high places.

    General Douglas MacArthur's mom is said to have taken up residence at a hotel just off campus when Dugout Doug was a cadet at West Point. She stayed there to be close to her Dougie.

    I stayed there at the same place as a guest of a graduate who hosted a business meeting at the alumni center on campus. Very small room in that old hotel. Lots of interesting stories. Cadets like my colleague had to remember them and recite them for upperclassmen or drop for pushups. That's how I know why the statue of Patton looking through binoculars is facing the library from just a few yards away: The joke was that he had trouble finding the library when he was a cadet at the academy.

    Replies: @Barack Obama's secret Unz account, @Alden

    Franklin Roosevelt, only child of a mother many years younger than the father, actually lived with his mother during college and law school. Twice she moved to rent a house they lived in.

    When he married, Mommy bought 2 adjoining townhouses. She had a hole knocked through the common wall. She didn’t install a door, just a short passageway through which she walked several times a day.

    Mommy, not Mrs Roosevelt hired the help, selected furniture, supervised the kids.

    Mommy Roosevelt could do this because the young Roosevelt’s had no money if their own. Just Franklin’s earnings. If they wanted to live the life of the really rich, they needed Mommy’s money and her conditions.

  311. @The Last Real Calvinist
    @Dissident799

    I went back over to ESPN to see if they had any follow-up story on the Phillip Adams murder case. They did: LINK

    I don't suggest anyone bother reading this cursory, unhelpful article. Its contents can be reduced to two simple 'truths':

    1) There is no discernible motive for this incident. No one knows anything about Adams's connections to the doctor and his family.

    2) Phillip Adams was by all accounts a lovely man who must have been driven to killing by Reasons, likely CTE.

    On thing that I suppose is interesting is the tone that David Newton, the ESPN writer, takes in attributing the crime to Adams. Although there's nothing technically wrong with Newton's reporting, it's easy to sense how hard he's rowing upstream against the Narrative by revealing even the basic facts of the murder:


    According to officer Kyle Merck's recount [sic] of what happened from one of the victims, who was still alive and alert at the scene with multiple gunshot wounds, a "black male'' emerged from the woods around the Marshall Road home wearing a black hoodie, camouflage pants and "opened fire.''

    The victim, Robert Shook, one of two HVAC technicians working at the home, "then stated the suspect went into the house, then exited and went back through the woods the way he came.''
     

    Note how Newton is so terrified of portraying a black man as a criminal that he removes his own authorial voice from the identification of the murderer via two levels of distancing. First he makes it clear he's only quoting the police officer who made the latest statement at a press conference. And then Newton carefully places "black male" in quotation marks in order to attribute this radioactive phrase to the poor HVAC guy who managed to survive briefly after being gunned down. It's much safer if this now-dead guy takes the blame for telling the truth/making a racist accusation.

    Replies: @Alden

    MAN OF UNZ Andrew R believes Phillip Adams is completely innocent of any wrong doing in what Andrew R calls “ a very complicated incident”. That’s Andrew R’s opinion, “ a very complicated incident”. Not 6 murders, but
    “ a very complicated incident”
    His comments are on the Andrew Anglin post about Adams’ murder if 6 Whites.

    Robert Shook died of his wounds.

  312. @Dmon
    @JMcG

    https://www.aspcapro.org/sites/default/files/styles/image_component/public/image-paragraph/marketing_materials_sample.jpg?itok=h4v7jIrB

    Replies: @Alden

    The MEN OF UNZ are militantly against abortion. They don’t care about affirmative action against themselves their children and grandchildren

    All their care and concern is about ending legal abortion so more black and brown criminals and affirmative action beneficiaries can be born.

    For the anti taxes conservatives, a tax payer paid abortion is 1/3 the cost of a tax paid black childbirth and less than 1 percent of the cost to the tax payers to raise and support a black or brown from cradle to grave. Whether in prison or an affirmative action government job.

    Spay dogs but pay for blacks to breed and endlessly rant against the very best way to bring black and crime down. Prevent their birth.
    You can’t be both anti crime and anti abortion.

  313. @Polemos
    @Corvinus

    Are you being disingenuous? First you act as though it's unreasonable and wrong to think immigrants are animals, but here you try and goad someone into being a violent psychopath as demonstration of his moral principle? Buzz is an educated and accomplished person whose attitude and compositional style betrays a sensibility similar to Stoics or Taoists, or what some older cultures regarded as allowing people to collapse into their own destruction when it is their karma to do so. I don't recall ever seeing Buzz argue for instigating violence or sadistic cruelty —dropping folks from a helicopter? Are you taking delight in the accusation? As though you'd respect Buzz if he acted crueler than a beast, because at least then he'd have character?

    Buzz, I take it, argues for withdrawal from larger-than-self situations, so especially not wasting time or energy on something as vain or as inhumane as terrorizing a crippled person —and unfortunately, many people today are crippled in their thinking and their hearts. You tend to take the ostensibly humanitarian or liberal (classically defined) position and argue along lines of compassion or consideration, using one's thoughtfulness, to judge and act. It's weird to see you argue here that Buzz, to be authentic and/or not lazy, should be... throwing people out of helicopters?

    Not that Buzz needs my defense or whatever, but come on? Are you really being serious or just having a laugh? Not committing violence while advocating separation is the height of pacifist, kind, and liberal thinking about how to resolve differences, especially those involving irreconcilable intentions. Letting go of the anger is transcendent, and Buzz is saying let go of the need to fix the people who are not asking to be fixed. Let them be.

    (What to do if they come at him, I don't think he's pacifist there, but he's not saying to go on the offensive, as that won't happen. So instead, plan and prepare and die having taken care of what needed to be prior to one's death.)

    What really would make you happy, when peace is weakness and character is rage?

    Replies: @res, @Corvinus, @Buzz Mohawk, @William Badwhite

    Thank you, Polemos. Your comment has touched my heart. Thank you.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
    @Buzz Mohawk

    NOTICE he hasn't responded back to my cogent rebuttal. Perhaps YOU will pick up where he left off. After all, he touched your heart...

  314. @Richard B
    @El'geherg


    Standard black behavior, one on one gets his ass kicked so they form a pack and go after the guy.
     
    Standard white behavior, watch a pack of blacks go after a white guy and say something about it (in a comment online and after the fact).

    Replies: @West reanimator

    What are you doing about it, cuck boy?

    • Troll: Richard B
    • Replies: @Richard B
    @West reanimator

    I'm not the only projecting White cowardice onto black criminality. Imbecile.

    But that's ok. No point in arguing with stupid people. They'll just drag you down to their level and beat you with experience. Which, in your case, is obviously extensive.

  315. @Polemos
    @ben tillman

    You have a point, sure. I've noticed over the years that people who retain on site gold in large (relatively speaking) volumes also have nice walls, nice locks, nice guns or nice/no neighbors. Mileages vary, right?

    But, I'll grant, perhaps putting it in the back of a dresser drawer next to the socks or behind unopened bills from 2015 is pretty safe for some people.

    Replies: @ben tillman

    LOL. Perhaps my perspective is colored by the fact that I am the kind of person who has boxes of unopened bills from 2015 etc.

  316. @Anonymous
    https://twitter.com/LoLoVonZ/status/1382709470455869448

    Replies: @JimDandy, @Clyde, @Bigdicknick, @El'geherg, @Bite Moi

    The local sheriff,police,and all the news media carefully avoided giving the name of the poor,”done been done wrong”,innocent black man.Possibly to deny us “raciss” White people the ability to find out if he had 50 priors.

  317. S says:

    One of the examples the author of the aforementioned book gave of Black on White crime was the 1903 rape and murder of the 17 year old daughter of a Deleware minister, Helen Saxana Bishop, allegedly committed by a Black farmhand named George White. The police found evidence that seemed to firmly link White, who had a criminal record, to the crime, but the trial was going to take place months later in August or September.

    An enraged mob that didn’t want to wait for a trial broke him out of his jail cell and lynched White (specifically burned him alive) at the scene of the alleged crime.

    Within the last couple of years a monument has been placed there, celebrated by Blacks, dedicated to George White calling his lynching one of four thousand ‘racial terror lynchings’. [See link at bottom]

    While ideally no lynchings would ever of taken place, there also shouldn’t of been allowed to stand the mass rapine (and often murder, along with other violence) of largely one race (Black) against another race (White), that’s been the case since 1865.

    Allowing self determination and true separation of the races would protect both races from harm. Celebrating and making heroes out the lives of criminals, most of whom probably did what they are accused of, whether its a George White, or a George Floyd, in the relatively rare instances where the justice system failed, isn’t going to resolve the far larger problem of incompatability, and is self defeating

    How does the biblical scripture go (paraphrasing) about woe to those who call good evil, and evil good?

    I’d like to think I’d say exactly the same thing if I was Black.

    https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/96064253/helen-saxanna-bishop

    https://www.delawareonline.com/story/news/2019/06/23/historical-marker-commemorating-1903-delaware-lynching-unveiled/1509164001/

  318. Anon[374] • Disclaimer says:
    @raga10
    @Anon


    You are opining seemingly blind to the context.
     
    Just the opposite, I am the one who is taking the context into account: the context is that Deandre is obviously mentally deficient and not fully responsible for his actions. How dangerous is he, really? I honestly don't know his specific case. Maybe he *is* dangerous, but I do know from experience that people tend to freak out when faced with disabled people and often will think them far more dangerous than they actually are.

    We don't know how exactly that "kidnapping" played out, but clearly the baby was returned and unharmed, otherwise there would be a lot more said about that.
    As for sexual assault again we don't know much other than he tried to grab a woman. Well let me tell you, again from experience: intellectually disabled have problem with their brains, not their sexual organs... those, unfortunately, tend to work just fine and since they lack our normal inhibitions incidents like this can happen.

    I'm not saying anyone should put up with being accosted be someone because they are mentally deficient, but it might not be as dangerous as "lunatic sex criminal" headline makes it out to be. Perhaps a firm "NO" would be enough?

    Sure, he probably should be supervised and he shouldn't be wandering around if he can't control his urges... but it is what it is.

    Replies: @Anon

    Just the opposite, I am the one who is taking the context into account: the context is that Deandre is obviously mentally deficient

    Deandre showed no obvious mental deficiencies in the video. Sergeant Pentland, who had a better vantage point that either you or me, clearly didn’t think Deandre was mentally deficient.

    Methinks you are applying some racial stereotype you harbor about blacks.

    • Replies: @raga10
    @Anon


    Deandre showed no obvious mental deficiencies in the video.
     
    You do know that he was put in a mental institution and deemed incapable of standing trial, right? While the former could be a ploy used by his parents, the later is beyond their control. Also, there is another post on this subject: "Deandre, the Lunatic from Whom Sgt. Pentland Defended His Neighborhood, "Is Mentally Ill and Has Been Committed to a Facility" .... strangely enough, nobody in that thread is arguing that Deandre is obviously not mentally ill.

    Sergeant Pentland, who had a better vantage point that either you or me, clearly didn’t think Deandre was mentally deficient.
     
    Perhaps his skills in marching up and down the square don't make him an expert on intellectual disabilities, but as I said earlier it did seem obvious to me the moment I saw the clip. I don't think I'm applying racial stereotype - I worked with such people for nearly 10 years.

    Replies: @Anon

  319. @Anon
    @raga10


    Just the opposite, I am the one who is taking the context into account: the context is that Deandre is obviously mentally deficient
     
    Deandre showed no obvious mental deficiencies in the video. Sergeant Pentland, who had a better vantage point that either you or me, clearly didn’t think Deandre was mentally deficient.

    Methinks you are applying some racial stereotype you harbor about blacks.

    Replies: @raga10

    Deandre showed no obvious mental deficiencies in the video.

    You do know that he was put in a mental institution and deemed incapable of standing trial, right? While the former could be a ploy used by his parents, the later is beyond their control. Also, there is another post on this subject: “Deandre, the Lunatic from Whom Sgt. Pentland Defended His Neighborhood, “Is Mentally Ill and Has Been Committed to a Facility” …. strangely enough, nobody in that thread is arguing that Deandre is obviously not mentally ill.

    Sergeant Pentland, who had a better vantage point that either you or me, clearly didn’t think Deandre was mentally deficient.

    Perhaps his skills in marching up and down the square don’t make him an expert on intellectual disabilities, but as I said earlier it did seem obvious to me the moment I saw the clip. I don’t think I’m applying racial stereotype – I worked with such people for nearly 10 years.

    • Replies: @Anon
    @raga10


    Just the opposite, I am the one who is taking the context into account: the context is that Deandre is obviously mentally deficient

    Deandre showed no obvious mental deficiencies in the video.
     


    You do know that he was put in a mental institution and deemed incapable of standing trial, right?
     

     

     
    In the incident itself as captured on video and also as experienced by Sgt. Pentland, there were no obvious signs of mental illness, you disingenuous jerk. I have plenty of life experience myself, and Deandre’s behavior reasonably could have been that of someone who was simply being obstinate, or standing his ground on principle, or trolling and trying to stir shit up. His responses to Pentland showed he understood English as well as his legal rights. He didn’t lose his cool and seemed to say things to defuse or deflect in the situation. He seemed to know how not to cross certain lines.

    Sgt. Pentland, who clearly had more information than you do, treated Deandre with the expectation that he had the wits to understand English, obey a command, and respond to incentives.

    You haven’t offered a single fact from the video to call my and his perceptions into question.

    Goodbye.

    Replies: @JMcG, @raga10

  320. Anon[288] • Disclaimer says:
    @raga10
    @Anon


    Deandre showed no obvious mental deficiencies in the video.
     
    You do know that he was put in a mental institution and deemed incapable of standing trial, right? While the former could be a ploy used by his parents, the later is beyond their control. Also, there is another post on this subject: "Deandre, the Lunatic from Whom Sgt. Pentland Defended His Neighborhood, "Is Mentally Ill and Has Been Committed to a Facility" .... strangely enough, nobody in that thread is arguing that Deandre is obviously not mentally ill.

    Sergeant Pentland, who had a better vantage point that either you or me, clearly didn’t think Deandre was mentally deficient.
     
    Perhaps his skills in marching up and down the square don't make him an expert on intellectual disabilities, but as I said earlier it did seem obvious to me the moment I saw the clip. I don't think I'm applying racial stereotype - I worked with such people for nearly 10 years.

    Replies: @Anon

    Just the opposite, I am the one who is taking the context into account: the context is that Deandre is obviously mentally deficient

    Deandre showed no obvious mental deficiencies in the video.

    You do know that he was put in a mental institution and deemed incapable of standing trial, right?

    In the incident itself as captured on video and also as experienced by Sgt. Pentland, there were no obvious signs of mental illness, you disingenuous jerk. I have plenty of life experience myself, and Deandre’s behavior reasonably could have been that of someone who was simply being obstinate, or standing his ground on principle, or trolling and trying to stir shit up. His responses to Pentland showed he understood English as well as his legal rights. He didn’t lose his cool and seemed to say things to defuse or deflect in the situation. He seemed to know how not to cross certain lines.

    Sgt. Pentland, who clearly had more information than you do, treated Deandre with the expectation that he had the wits to understand English, obey a command, and respond to incentives.

    You haven’t offered a single fact from the video to call my and his perceptions into question.

    Goodbye.

    • Replies: @JMcG
    @Anon

    That idiot thinks a Drill Sergeant in the US Army is inexperienced in dealing with unintelligent blacks.

    Replies: @raga10

    , @raga10
    @Anon


    You haven’t offered a single fact from the video to call my and his perceptions into question.
     
    I don't need to - the fact that he was declared incompetent proves that your perception was incorrect.
  321. @JohnnyWalker123
    @JMcG

    Thanks.

    It's remarkable how all these abusers can get away with this bad behavior for years.

    It makes you wonder why. Do these abusers have blackmail on people in powerful places? Is this blackmail used as leverage that can be traded for protection?

    Do these abusers function as pimps, procuring sexual partners for powerful people? Then they get away with their own indiscretions, knowing that they can call on their powerful friends to do them favors?

    It's interesting to speculate.

    Replies: @JMcG

    It’s very, very dispiriting. Seems like anyone with the least bit of power uses it for self-gratification.

    • Replies: @JohnnyWalker123
    @JMcG

    Yes. There is a lot of sociopathy in humanity. It seems like a non-trivial proportion of humanity will abuse their power to the maximum possible extent.

    It's very disconcerting.

    I also think that sociopaths are disproportionately likely to rise into positions of power&influence. Mostly because they are extremely ruthless, amoral, unprincipled, and prone to self-dealing.

    "Nice" people seldomly make it into the elite echelons of power.

    So when you have a den of sociopaths in positions of influence, don't be surprised when they run amok.

    The ordinary citizenry must keep their eyes open and keep their elites in check. Or else this sort of depravity will run rampant.

    The film "Eyes Wide Shut" explored the topic of elite corruption&depravity, demonstrating how elites see commoners as nothing more than animals. They'll abuse us as much as they can get away with, so we must be careful.

    Read this. Jeffrey Epstein was grooming kids at the $100,000/yr Interlochen private school. https://www.unz.com/isteve/rep-omar-we-are-in-the-midst-of-an-ongoing-uprising-over-centuries-of-racial-neglect-and-oppression/#comment-4148030

  322. @Anon
    @raga10


    Just the opposite, I am the one who is taking the context into account: the context is that Deandre is obviously mentally deficient

    Deandre showed no obvious mental deficiencies in the video.
     


    You do know that he was put in a mental institution and deemed incapable of standing trial, right?
     

     

     
    In the incident itself as captured on video and also as experienced by Sgt. Pentland, there were no obvious signs of mental illness, you disingenuous jerk. I have plenty of life experience myself, and Deandre’s behavior reasonably could have been that of someone who was simply being obstinate, or standing his ground on principle, or trolling and trying to stir shit up. His responses to Pentland showed he understood English as well as his legal rights. He didn’t lose his cool and seemed to say things to defuse or deflect in the situation. He seemed to know how not to cross certain lines.

    Sgt. Pentland, who clearly had more information than you do, treated Deandre with the expectation that he had the wits to understand English, obey a command, and respond to incentives.

    You haven’t offered a single fact from the video to call my and his perceptions into question.

    Goodbye.

    Replies: @JMcG, @raga10

    That idiot thinks a Drill Sergeant in the US Army is inexperienced in dealing with unintelligent blacks.

    • Replies: @raga10
    @JMcG

    Does US Army have many intellectually disabled serving in their ranks?

    That could certainly explain a thing or two...

    Replies: @JMcG

  323. @Rouetheday
    @raga10

    According to the actual police report, DeAndre picked the baby up from its stroller and started to walk away with him. The woman took the baby back, then DeAndre took him back a second time and tried to walk away again. The woman grabbed the baby back once again at which point DeAndre grabbed him a third time and said that this is not her child and she does not have the right to allow people to hold the child (I'm wondering if the cop meant to say he said she does not have the right to disallow people to hold the baby). Now, I have heard that this woman is a babysitter and not the actual mother. So, did DeAndre know for a fact this wasn't the child's mother or is this just something a crazy person would say? Either way this statement must have really freaked out the woman. She grabbed him back a third time and hurried off.

    You know, raga10, some of us here have had a spirited debate with you over this incident but right now I'd like to find some common ground with you and declare you are indeed correct in declaring "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" the greatest show ever (and yes everyone else I have seen "Breaking Bad", it's a very close second). Say, did you see where Sarah Michelle turned 44 earlier this month? How time flies, eh?

    Replies: @raga10

    Say, did you see where Sarah Michelle turned 44 earlier this month? How time flies, eh?

    Indeed! There is this show I like where they show re-runs dating from around 10 to 15 years ago back to back with current episodes. It is absolutely frightening to see how much these people aged… of course, that doesn’t apply to me 🙂

  324. Anon[125] • Disclaimer says:
    @Polemos
    @Anon

    Hey, become a regular commentor!

    (Unless you're moonlighting from your usual or need the anonymity... )

    Replies: @Anon

    Hey, become a regular commentor!

    (Unless you’re moonlighting from your usual or need the anonymity… )

    I am a regular commenter. I gave up using a registered name when I realized that I was fingerprinting myself. It’s hard to avoid giving out little bits of information about yourself that over hundreds of comments add up to a pretty unique biography. It’s not just — or even mainly — identifiable facts. It’s also pet peeves, turns of phrase, even punctuation and vocabulary. If a comment or a set of comments is doxxed to you, then it’s trivial for someone to assemble a dossier of all your wrongthink.

    Steve sometimes promotes comments to posts or quotes them in posts. That happened a few times and it kind of freaked me out to be so prominent. I would change my username. Finally, I up and changed it to Anon.

  325. @Anon
    @raga10


    Just the opposite, I am the one who is taking the context into account: the context is that Deandre is obviously mentally deficient

    Deandre showed no obvious mental deficiencies in the video.
     


    You do know that he was put in a mental institution and deemed incapable of standing trial, right?
     

     

     
    In the incident itself as captured on video and also as experienced by Sgt. Pentland, there were no obvious signs of mental illness, you disingenuous jerk. I have plenty of life experience myself, and Deandre’s behavior reasonably could have been that of someone who was simply being obstinate, or standing his ground on principle, or trolling and trying to stir shit up. His responses to Pentland showed he understood English as well as his legal rights. He didn’t lose his cool and seemed to say things to defuse or deflect in the situation. He seemed to know how not to cross certain lines.

    Sgt. Pentland, who clearly had more information than you do, treated Deandre with the expectation that he had the wits to understand English, obey a command, and respond to incentives.

    You haven’t offered a single fact from the video to call my and his perceptions into question.

    Goodbye.

    Replies: @JMcG, @raga10

    You haven’t offered a single fact from the video to call my and his perceptions into question.

    I don’t need to – the fact that he was declared incompetent proves that your perception was incorrect.

  326. @Corvinus
    @res

    Indeed, the Corvinus seal of approval that is designated to the statement of a poster that is clearly irrational--"The only alternative to this future is very bloody, very violent, and it results in a regression to ancient times before all the modern comforts our people came to take for granted."

    Perhaps you would like to offer an explanation as to how Buzz's statement would be considered as reasonable, especially to normies?

    Replies: @res

    You need to work on your reading comprehension. And stop the use of selective quotes to mislead. Here is a more complete quote (I think the first paragraph was separate while the following two paragraphs clearly belong together).

    It’s no joke. It’s obvious now. The only alternative to this future is very bloody, very violent, and it results in a regression to ancient times before all the modern comforts our people came to take for granted.

    Maybe that will happen, but I doubt any of us here will be around to find out. You should thank God for that.

    That second part makes clear this is not something he desires. Whether or not he is right, it seems enough of a possibility that the people who are inciting the woke idiocy should at least think about it. And cautioning people to think about the consequences of their actions seems quite reasonable to me.

    But please do keep providing us with the Corvinus seals of approval. It is easy to go to your comments and search for “: Corvinus” to find those comments. It is also interesting to notice how often you use the Disagree and Troll flags relative to Thanks and Agree. Says a great deal about you IMHO.

    P.S. Not the first time I have called you out about selective quotes.
    https://www.unz.com/anepigone/liberal-eugenics-2/#comment-3725837

    • Replies: @Corvinus
    @res

    "You need to work on your reading comprehension. And stop the use of selective quotes to mislead."

    You're making up a controversy here where none exists. I quoted Buzz directly. The next sentence does nothing to show its ridiculousness. Buzz says people have no other choice. There is only one course of action left, and that is bloody violence.

    "That second part makes clear this is not something he desires."

    You make this statement without offering any specific evidence. Buzz says "Maybe that will happen", indicating he understands if people have no where but to select the ONLY available option. There is endorsement on his part if and when that choice is made against his political/social opponents. Is it not reasonable to suggest there are other options on the table? He says NO other choice exists. Clearly, there are other alternatives, right?

    "Whether or not he is right..."

    Do YOU believe he is right? That there is only ONE option, that being "bloody violence"?

    "it seems enough of a possibility that the people who are inciting the woke idiocy should at least think about it. And cautioning people to think about the consequences of their actions seems quite reasonable to me."

    Assuming such action taken by "woke idiots" SHOULD expect a violent reprisal in return, considering that is the ONLY recourse left, according to Buzz. That is asinine. Just as foolish is when Polemos subscribes to the belief that "immigrants are animals”. Do YOU believe that position is reasonable to take? Why?

    "P.S. Not the first time I have called you out about selective quotes."

    You didn't prove your case then, and your not proving your case now.

    "But please do keep providing us with the Corvinus seals of approval. It is easy to go to your comments and search for “: Corvinus” to find those comments. It is also interesting to notice how often you use the Disagree and Troll flags relative to Thanks and Agree".

    You're just being silly here. "Disagree" And "Troll" means exactly what it means. But, if you insist on playing this game, I decree, using your "logic", every time you give your own commentary on my position, or a LOL, or whatever, it is proof you unequivocally believe I am on the right track with what I am saying. Thanks for your RESolution to my position. Much obliged!

    , @James Forrestal
    @res


    That second part makes clear this is not something he desires.
     
    In other words, whether through simple stupidity, or as a deliberately dishonest rhetorical tactic, ol' Béla Kun is conflating the concepts of positive and normative statements -- the is/ ought fallacy.

    This logical error/ deceptive tactic is often associated with simplistic magical thinking of a particular type: "You predicted that was going to happen; therefore you caused it to happen!"

    Essentially the inverse of "If you ignore it, it will go away."

  327. @JMcG
    @JohnnyWalker123

    It’s very, very dispiriting. Seems like anyone with the least bit of power uses it for self-gratification.

    Replies: @JohnnyWalker123

    Yes. There is a lot of sociopathy in humanity. It seems like a non-trivial proportion of humanity will abuse their power to the maximum possible extent.

    It’s very disconcerting.

    I also think that sociopaths are disproportionately likely to rise into positions of power&influence. Mostly because they are extremely ruthless, amoral, unprincipled, and prone to self-dealing.

    “Nice” people seldomly make it into the elite echelons of power.

    So when you have a den of sociopaths in positions of influence, don’t be surprised when they run amok.

    The ordinary citizenry must keep their eyes open and keep their elites in check. Or else this sort of depravity will run rampant.

    The film “Eyes Wide Shut” explored the topic of elite corruption&depravity, demonstrating how elites see commoners as nothing more than animals. They’ll abuse us as much as they can get away with, so we must be careful.

    Read this. Jeffrey Epstein was grooming kids at the $100,000/yr Interlochen private school. https://www.unz.com/isteve/rep-omar-we-are-in-the-midst-of-an-ongoing-uprising-over-centuries-of-racial-neglect-and-oppression/#comment-4148030

  328. @JMcG
    @Anon

    That idiot thinks a Drill Sergeant in the US Army is inexperienced in dealing with unintelligent blacks.

    Replies: @raga10

    Does US Army have many intellectually disabled serving in their ranks?

    That could certainly explain a thing or two…

    • Replies: @JMcG
    @raga10

    US Army is around 21% black, if that answers your question.

  329. @raga10
    @JMcG

    Does US Army have many intellectually disabled serving in their ranks?

    That could certainly explain a thing or two...

    Replies: @JMcG

    US Army is around 21% black, if that answers your question.

  330. @Charles St. Charles
    That Soldier is (unjustly) screwed, careerwise. NCOs chosen as Drill Sergeants are on the fast track to reach the highest enlisted ranks. Not this guy, anymore.

    He’s also meant to be an object lesson to any White man who stands up to a troublemaking negro (“I didn’t do anything,”) for any reason whatsoever, no matter what the provocation or justification - you WILL be screwed.

    I can’t say he did anything wrong at all, he did what any man of any race should do when the safety of his family, home, and neighbors is threatened. But he is definitely screwed, no matter what Jamal did.

    Replies: @vhrm, @BB753, @Malcolm X-Lax, @415 reasons, @bro3886

    Any white man that joins the military deserves to get his legs blown off, deserves anything he gets. Did the dog expect to be treated as a human because he furiously licks his master’s hand? Thank you for your service Sgt., now get to the back of the line. You are lower on the totem pole than an insane black sex criminal. This is what you fight for, fool.

  331. @BB753
    @Charles St. Charles

    I wouldn't serve in an army that treats me like a second-class citizen anyway.

    Replies: @bro3886

    Second class citizen? Silence slave! Your only value is the labor you are forced to do for your enemies.

    • LOL: BB753
  332. @Polemos
    @Corvinus

    Are you being disingenuous? First you act as though it's unreasonable and wrong to think immigrants are animals, but here you try and goad someone into being a violent psychopath as demonstration of his moral principle? Buzz is an educated and accomplished person whose attitude and compositional style betrays a sensibility similar to Stoics or Taoists, or what some older cultures regarded as allowing people to collapse into their own destruction when it is their karma to do so. I don't recall ever seeing Buzz argue for instigating violence or sadistic cruelty —dropping folks from a helicopter? Are you taking delight in the accusation? As though you'd respect Buzz if he acted crueler than a beast, because at least then he'd have character?

    Buzz, I take it, argues for withdrawal from larger-than-self situations, so especially not wasting time or energy on something as vain or as inhumane as terrorizing a crippled person —and unfortunately, many people today are crippled in their thinking and their hearts. You tend to take the ostensibly humanitarian or liberal (classically defined) position and argue along lines of compassion or consideration, using one's thoughtfulness, to judge and act. It's weird to see you argue here that Buzz, to be authentic and/or not lazy, should be... throwing people out of helicopters?

    Not that Buzz needs my defense or whatever, but come on? Are you really being serious or just having a laugh? Not committing violence while advocating separation is the height of pacifist, kind, and liberal thinking about how to resolve differences, especially those involving irreconcilable intentions. Letting go of the anger is transcendent, and Buzz is saying let go of the need to fix the people who are not asking to be fixed. Let them be.

    (What to do if they come at him, I don't think he's pacifist there, but he's not saying to go on the offensive, as that won't happen. So instead, plan and prepare and die having taken care of what needed to be prior to one's death.)

    What really would make you happy, when peace is weakness and character is rage?

    Replies: @res, @Corvinus, @Buzz Mohawk, @William Badwhite

    What really would make you happy, when peace is weakness and character is rage?

    Most people here ignore Corvirus. His whole “nuh uhh…you FAIL to notice” routine just goes in circles.

  333. @res
    @Corvinus

    You need to work on your reading comprehension. And stop the use of selective quotes to mislead. Here is a more complete quote (I think the first paragraph was separate while the following two paragraphs clearly belong together).


    It’s no joke. It’s obvious now. The only alternative to this future is very bloody, very violent, and it results in a regression to ancient times before all the modern comforts our people came to take for granted.

    Maybe that will happen, but I doubt any of us here will be around to find out. You should thank God for that.

     

    That second part makes clear this is not something he desires. Whether or not he is right, it seems enough of a possibility that the people who are inciting the woke idiocy should at least think about it. And cautioning people to think about the consequences of their actions seems quite reasonable to me.

    But please do keep providing us with the Corvinus seals of approval. It is easy to go to your comments and search for ": Corvinus" to find those comments. It is also interesting to notice how often you use the Disagree and Troll flags relative to Thanks and Agree. Says a great deal about you IMHO.

    P.S. Not the first time I have called you out about selective quotes.
    https://www.unz.com/anepigone/liberal-eugenics-2/#comment-3725837

    Replies: @Corvinus, @James Forrestal

    “You need to work on your reading comprehension. And stop the use of selective quotes to mislead.”

    You’re making up a controversy here where none exists. I quoted Buzz directly. The next sentence does nothing to show its ridiculousness. Buzz says people have no other choice. There is only one course of action left, and that is bloody violence.

    “That second part makes clear this is not something he desires.”

    You make this statement without offering any specific evidence. Buzz says “Maybe that will happen”, indicating he understands if people have no where but to select the ONLY available option. There is endorsement on his part if and when that choice is made against his political/social opponents. Is it not reasonable to suggest there are other options on the table? He says NO other choice exists. Clearly, there are other alternatives, right?

    “Whether or not he is right…”

    Do YOU believe he is right? That there is only ONE option, that being “bloody violence”?

    “it seems enough of a possibility that the people who are inciting the woke idiocy should at least think about it. And cautioning people to think about the consequences of their actions seems quite reasonable to me.”

    Assuming such action taken by “woke idiots” SHOULD expect a violent reprisal in return, considering that is the ONLY recourse left, according to Buzz. That is asinine. Just as foolish is when Polemos subscribes to the belief that “immigrants are animals”. Do YOU believe that position is reasonable to take? Why?

    “P.S. Not the first time I have called you out about selective quotes.”

    You didn’t prove your case then, and your not proving your case now.

    “But please do keep providing us with the Corvinus seals of approval. It is easy to go to your comments and search for “: Corvinus” to find those comments. It is also interesting to notice how often you use the Disagree and Troll flags relative to Thanks and Agree”.

    You’re just being silly here. “Disagree” And “Troll” means exactly what it means. But, if you insist on playing this game, I decree, using your “logic”, every time you give your own commentary on my position, or a LOL, or whatever, it is proof you unequivocally believe I am on the right track with what I am saying. Thanks for your RESolution to my position. Much obliged!

    • LOL: res
  334. @West reanimator
    @Richard B

    What are you doing about it, cuck boy?

    Replies: @Richard B

    I’m not the only projecting White cowardice onto black criminality. Imbecile.

    But that’s ok. No point in arguing with stupid people. They’ll just drag you down to their level and beat you with experience. Which, in your case, is obviously extensive.

  335. @Buzz Mohawk
    @Polemos

    Thank you, Polemos. Your comment has touched my heart. Thank you.

    Replies: @Corvinus

    NOTICE he hasn’t responded back to my cogent rebuttal. Perhaps YOU will pick up where he left off. After all, he touched your heart…

    • Troll: Buzz Mohawk
  336. @Another Canadian
    @John Gruskos

    I appreciate the sentiment, however, if you don't watch movies, don't own a TV, won't take packages from Amazon or drink pop, won't go to school and continue to get in trouble with the IRS won't you end up like the Unibomber?

    Replies: @John Gruskos

    If you don’t watch movies, don’t own a TV, won’t take packages from Amazon or drink pop, won’t go to school (for worthless “social sciences” and “humanities” degrees) . . .

    . . . you save massive amounts of time and money. There are no downsides.

    “continue to get in trouble with the IRS”

    I didn’t say to break the law. Legally reduce your tax payments:

    Avoid or minimize your purchases of products subject to excise tax (alcohol, tobacco, gasoline etc.)

    Give the maximum allowable amount to right-wing charities, thus minimizing your income tax.

  337. @raga10
    @Steve Sailer


    Deandre tried to kidnap a baby.
     
    Not exactly - according to your post, he "tried to pick up a baby without permission then tried to walk away". Sure, a mother would probably lose her shit but it is possible that given his mental condition, he didn't actually mean any harm. It's not like he bit the baby's head off or smash it against the rocks Biblical style, because I think you'd have mentioned that.

    In any case Pentland either didn't know about that incident, or had no way of being sure that he was facing the same person.

    Replies: @Moses, @Rouetheday, @ic1000, @James Forrestal

    Deandre tried to kidnap a baby.

    Not exactly – according to your post, he “tried to pick up a baby without permission then tried to walk away”.

    And you didn’t exactly rape that woman — according to you, you just “had sex with her without permission then tried to run away.” That’s what you told the judge, anyway. How’d that work out for ya?

  338. @res
    @Corvinus

    You need to work on your reading comprehension. And stop the use of selective quotes to mislead. Here is a more complete quote (I think the first paragraph was separate while the following two paragraphs clearly belong together).


    It’s no joke. It’s obvious now. The only alternative to this future is very bloody, very violent, and it results in a regression to ancient times before all the modern comforts our people came to take for granted.

    Maybe that will happen, but I doubt any of us here will be around to find out. You should thank God for that.

     

    That second part makes clear this is not something he desires. Whether or not he is right, it seems enough of a possibility that the people who are inciting the woke idiocy should at least think about it. And cautioning people to think about the consequences of their actions seems quite reasonable to me.

    But please do keep providing us with the Corvinus seals of approval. It is easy to go to your comments and search for ": Corvinus" to find those comments. It is also interesting to notice how often you use the Disagree and Troll flags relative to Thanks and Agree. Says a great deal about you IMHO.

    P.S. Not the first time I have called you out about selective quotes.
    https://www.unz.com/anepigone/liberal-eugenics-2/#comment-3725837

    Replies: @Corvinus, @James Forrestal

    That second part makes clear this is not something he desires.

    In other words, whether through simple stupidity, or as a deliberately dishonest rhetorical tactic, ol’ Béla Kun is conflating the concepts of positive and normative statements — the is/ ought fallacy.

    This logical error/ deceptive tactic is often associated with simplistic magical thinking of a particular type: “You predicted that was going to happen; therefore you caused it to happen!”

    Essentially the inverse of “If you ignore it, it will go away.”

  339. @YetAnotherAnon
    https://www.rcsd.net/contact/contact-sheriff-lott/

    The way UK policing got wrecked was by abolishing the old route to the top, where everyone HAD to start as a constable on the beat, to the current system of fast-tracking sociology and criminology grads into management, with the results we see in Rotherham and elsewhere.

    Born in Aiken, South Carolina, in 1953, Sheriff Leon Lott attended the University of South Carolina - Aiken, earning an Associate Degree in Police Administration. He went on to attend the University of South Carolina - Columbia, earning a Bachelor Degree in Sociology and continued with graduate study for a Masters in Criminal Justice.

    Later, Sheriff Lott graduated from the FBI National Academy, FBI National Executive Institute, Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government, and Furman University's SC Diversity Leadership Academy. Sheriff Lott earned a Masters in Emergency Management from Lander University.
     
    “We’re not going to let people be bullies in our community”

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EzBe7tmWEAUorsy.jpg

    Replies: @aldasfail770

    There will be a point when the following happens;

    A White Male is trolled into defending his family or home
    The black mob then pounces and shows up at the family home which is an extreme threat to the families safety due to sheer numbers and tension.
    Instead of cowering they piss off the WRONG White guy who owns lots of firearms, owns lots of munitions, and knows how to use them.

    See this White Male knows the deal, he knows the media will vilify him, he knows the police will arrest him even if it is his life that is threatened, he knows the score.

    So since he is getting threatened by the mob at HIS home on HIS turf he takes his weapons and opens fire on the crowd. Since he knows he will be arrested and go to prison the rest of his life he then fires at the police and causes a stand off. It will be Ruby Ridge 2021 but in the suburbs.

    The White Male will be prepared for this scenario. Tear gas will not work due to his previous stocking up on gas masks for his family. He will likely have body armor too.
    (Example you can buy head to toe body armor multicam uniform for $6000 USD)
    The Man will likely also be a prepper so cutting his power and trying to starve him out is pointless because he has enough food and supplies to last years.

    Most homes have basements where “Safe rooms” can be built.

    This is all extreme but our times are extreme. 300 blacks showing up threatening a family with video and pictures is enough proof to tell men who refuse to back down and cower that going all in and shooting everybody is their only option.

    I personally hope this does not happen. I wish harm on no one. I would not condone this scenario, but when I see the above picture, when I see elderly men pulled out of their cars at gunpoint in Portland and police do nothing I know that my scenario above is inevitable.

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