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From HillaryClinton.com, the campaign’s official website:

Donald Trump, Pepe the frog, and white supremacists: an explainer
That cartoon frog is more sinister than you might realize.

September 12, 2016 by Elizabeth Chan

Over the weekend, Donald Trump’s son and one of his closest advisers posted an odd photo on their social media accounts:

This raised some important questions.

Why is there a frog standing directly behind Trump?

That’s Pepe. He’s a symbol associated with white supremacy.

In other news:

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  1. Who’ll be the Hugo to write the social protest novel of our time, Les Deplorables?

    • Agree: Thea
    • Replies: @StAugustine
    @silviosilver

    We don't need a social protest novel, we need Voltaire or Swift with over-the-top blinding satire. Like the Politically Correct Bedtime Stories.

    , @Olorin
    @silviosilver

    I'm thinking more like the Mencken.

    Plus he could write it from cigar-smoky rooms in Baltimore.

    In German.

    Printed in green ink, and starring only these horrible symbols of white supremacy:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rana_(genus)#Species

    I just love it when the Elizabeth Chans of the world Explain Things.

    Replies: @kaganovitch

    , @Jenner Ickham Errican
    @silviosilver

    Who’ll be the Hugo to make our evil, snappy uniforms?

    , @NOTA
    @silviosilver

    Yeah, that scene at the Trump campaign HQ the morning after the election, where Chris Christie sings "Empty Chairs at Empty Tables" is a real tear-jerker.

    Replies: @Some Economist, @silviosilver

  2. Questioning the health of a presidential candidate with a decade-long history of neurological events = conspiracy theory.

    Seeing white supremacist shout-outs in a cartoon frog = Paul Revere’s second ride.

    I’m more and more convinced that the Clinton campaign is dominated by a journalist/consultant bubble in ways that are hurting them. The normal people who don’t spend their waking hours looking for online neo-Nazi tells, who vote in places that matter, would see this and wonder what they’re talking about.

    • Replies: @Olorin
    @Thomas

    Just in from TDC:

    http://dailycaller.com/2016/09/14/heres-how-two-twitter-pranksters-convinced-the-world-that-pepe-the-frog-meme-is-just-a-front-for-white-nationalism/

  3. Where did Steve go?

    Those folks look pretty awesome compared to Mrs. Clinton, though.

    Scott Adams commented today:

    We really, really don’t want a commander-in-chief who is so frail that she might sneeze-fart herself to death in the Situation Room

  4. Reminds me of an old meme about jumping sharks. What is the ancient Greek word for rule-of-earnest-Asian-sociology-majors?
    Remember, this is not a blogger. This is essentially a G-Chick with a badge

    • Replies: @Jefferson
    @G Pinfold

    "Reminds me of an old meme about jumping sharks. What is the ancient Greek word for rule-of-earnest-Asian-sociology-majors?
    Remember, this is not a blogger. This is essentially a G-Chick with a badge"

    Asians are the most boring and least cool demographic out of The Democratic Party's coalition of the fringes. White Liberals have Burning Man and Blacks have hip hop. What the hell do Asians have that make them so cool? They got nothing.

    Replies: @G Pinfold, @Tracy, @Felix., @Anonymous, @Desiderius, @Mack Bolan, @Twinkie

    , @AnotherDad
    @G Pinfold


    What is the ancient Greek word for rule-of-earnest-Asian-sociology-majors?
    Remember, this is not a blogger. This is essentially a G-Chick with a badge.

     

    One of the problems that the left now has as they become the party of female bureaucratic "obey the rules!" entitlement is terminal unfunniness.

    In its early stages the new left could mock and fun of "the establishment". Now as the establishment and a very feminized--"inclusion", "safe spaces", "trigger alerts"--one, the only "humor" they have is basically yelling "racist!" or "sexist!" or "homophobe!" at white male conservatives. The routine mocking humor any normal person would do would almost certainly pretty quickly hit on something that would be "hurtful* to some designated victim group.

    The left just has too many sacred cows and "can't say that" taboos for any humor to exist. It's a hectoring church lady\schoolmarm, "you can't say that!" mentality ... not a recipe for humor--except for our side.

    Replies: @Broski

  5. Call me an old-fashioned racist who refuses to keep up with the terminology of the times, but to me “frog” will always be a derogatory term for Frenchmen and French Canadians.

    • Replies: @Jus' Sayin'...
    @Cattle Guard

    The Clintons really do seem to have a genocidal hatred of Canadians. Back when Bill was governor they made money off a plot that infected tens of thousands with HIV/AIDS https://www.prisonlegalnews.org/news/1999/may/15/tainted-plasma-traced-to-arkansas-prison-bill-clintons-blood-trails/

    , @Anonymous
    @Cattle Guard

    A Frenchman is a frog but a French Canadian is a "Pepsi."

  6. @silviosilver
    Who'll be the Hugo to write the social protest novel of our time, Les Deplorables?

    Replies: @StAugustine, @Olorin, @Jenner Ickham Errican, @NOTA

    We don’t need a social protest novel, we need Voltaire or Swift with over-the-top blinding satire. Like the Politically Correct Bedtime Stories.

  7. That’s Pepe. He’s a symbol associated with white supremacy.

    Originally created by the infamous hacker 4chan.

    On a serious note, disappointed they didn’t use one where Bruce Willis and Chuck Norris are kept in.

    • Replies: @Buck Turgidson
    @Altai

    I do prefer the one w Steve between Chuck Norris and Willis.

    Replies: @Romanian

    , @SPMoore8
    @Altai

    I'm daring the left, right here and right now, to use Pepe as a symbol of hate.

    Replies: @Broski

    , @Joe Magarac
    @Altai

    Guilt by association with 4chan.

    What's not to love? ;)

  8. Hillary and her surrogates can rattle on about this so called Pepe and the alt-right but 99% of her high-low coalition will only be confused and not get what the fuss is about. These Hillary stooges are wasting their time unless they are somehow getting paid to bloviate.
    If-when Trump get elected then it will be a different story with the Dems having plenty of time and money to try and tar DJT with alleged alt-right racism, trans LGBT phobia, Muslim phobia, Samoan, Micronesians and Aleutian Islanders phobias and so on.

    • Replies: @Forbes
    @Clyde


    unless they are somehow getting paid to bloviate.
     
    Bingo.

    As a culture, we've been reduced to an information media where attention-seeking with the biggest spectacle is all that matters. A time where emotional feelz weighs more than reasoned discourse, and life has been reduced to process (winning or losing) rather than the substantive (fundamental conditions). A world where activity is measured, and preferred, while achievement is waved-off as luck or privilege--or ill-gotten.
    , @RonaldB
    @Clyde

    "99% of her high-low coalition will only be confused and not get what the fuss is about. "

    I don't quite agree with you. Recall that the national polling margins are pretty tight. Even if Hillary wins the electoral vote, a distinct possibility, no President wants to be elected with an absolute minority of the votes cast. It tends to embolden things like corruption investigations.

    My guess is that Hillary is going after the liberal (not Orthodox) Jewish vote, and the Bernie Sanders supporters, who are white, college educated, and somewhat hip. The Jewish vote went 70% for Obama the last election, so in a tight race, the habitually liberal white vote could be decisive.

    I doubt if most blacks were even exposed to the terminology. Blacks tend to listen to black TV and radio, which is not likely to be too detailed on what she actually said. I think "Hillary calls out Republican racists" is about what they would report.

    When you build coalitions, you have to address each faction separately. There is very little common culture for a general appeal.

    Replies: @Jefferson

  9. It is so funny to read those kinds of articles that have to spell out exactly how they want you to think about everything. It’s like those radio shows on NPR where the whole point is to set up a narrative that needs to be parroted.

    Let me get this straight: Trump’s presidential campaign is posting memes associated with white supremacy online?

    Yes.

    But it’s just his son and one of his closest advisers, right?

    Nope.

    Just curious: Who else is in this photo?

    Notably, conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, who believes the government was behind the 9/11 (and that Newtown was “completely fake”), and Breitbart’s Milo Yiannopoulos, whose racism and bigotry is so egregious that Twitter banned him from using their site.

    This is horrifying.

    Yes.

    • Replies: @Anonym
    @wren

    It is so funny to read those kinds of articles that have to spell out exactly how they want you to think about everything. It’s like those radio shows on NPR where the whole point is to set up a narrative that needs to be parroted.

    White supremacist Nazi frogs? Here's what you need to know.

    It does read like one of those articles. And yet it's so loopy that they are actually responding directly to the provocation. The liberal baby boomers have truly become the staid, inflexible people they were rebelling against in the 60s. Oh, they have different views, but the humorlessness and inability to fight back is identical.

    One of the great things about this election is the willingness of both Trump and Clinton to exchange blows without defense. Despite the presence of Admiral Ackbar advising that it's a trap, they have gone at it like Frye vs Takayama. It has been the most addictive election that I can recall. GDP is going to go up in December, when everyone puts the hours they were spending finding out about the election into productive activities again.

    BTW I was googling online about "here's what you need to know" and found an Onion article. I thought it was interesting, as it is only half-heartedly opposed to the alt-right. Indeed, their picture links straight to an anti-white genocide website. Things have come so far in the last decade. The media once had the discipline to avoid feeding you the information. Now they don't even care.

    http://www.theonion.com/infographic/what-alt-right-53747

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Warner, @RonaldB

    , @Jack D
    @wren

    "Power through" pneumonia was the focus group tested meme yesterday. I was flipping channels and came to CNN and within 20 seconds someone had said "power through". You could set up a drinking game but you would be as drunk as Hillary in a hurry because they were endlessly repeating it.

    I guess "power through" is good but " Hillary has a will to power" is bad. It's like colored persons vs person of color.

    , @Anonymous
    @wren

    Is Jones still an active 9/11 truther? I don't frequent Infowars, but my impression has been that he moved on long ago to pastures greener.

  10. @Altai

    That’s Pepe. He’s a symbol associated with white supremacy.
     
    Originally created by the infamous hacker 4chan.

    On a serious note, disappointed they didn't use one where Bruce Willis and Chuck Norris are kept in.

    Replies: @Buck Turgidson, @SPMoore8, @Joe Magarac

    I do prefer the one w Steve between Chuck Norris and Willis.

    • Replies: @Romanian
    @Buck Turgidson

    Some memes are more equal than others.

  11. I think it is going to take the full effort of every single one of those guys, working together, to exorcise the demon from the dead, withered body of its old host.

    Good luck, and may God be with them.

  12. People talk about Trump doing well with the WWC, but nobody ever mentions just how much Trump has completely united the large internet troll community. 4chaners always have loved shock-racism, but were also militantly social liberal (pro-gay, anti-religion, etc).

    They saw in Trump’s tweets that possibility of a like-minded individual becoming the leader of the free world and are giddy at the prospect.

    The whole process of joining the reactionary right began a bit before Trump with things like GamerGate and Milo’s full-time trolling of angry THAT’S NOT FUNNY campus leftists.

    Showing their former non-partisan nature, 4channers hacked into Palin’s yahoo account and dumped large numbers of her e-mails in which she did not look particularly intelligent. (Before a completely dump could happen, someone else on 4chan changed her password and locked out everyone else.)

    • Replies: @Jefferson
    @Lot

    "Trump has completely united the large internet troll community. 4chaners always have loved shock-racism, but were also militantly social liberal (pro-gay, anti-religion, etc)."

    Anthony Cumia is voting for Donald Trump even though he is an Atheist who is pro-Gay marriage, pro-environmentalist, and pro-abortion, but he hates political correctness and anti-White identity politics. He probably would have been a Democrat if that party was not so anti-White because when it comes to social issues that have nothing to do with race he is more Liberal than Conservative.

    Replies: @Divine Right

    , @fox
    @Lot

    most altrighters fail to realise that trump is pretty pro gay.

    Replies: @AndrewR, @Jefferson, @fnn, @Desiderius, @Broski

    , @Anonymous
    @Lot

    You're conflating the early 4chan community with the more recent sub-groups and communities within 4chan like the /pol/ board. The former are socially liberal, while the latter are not.

    Replies: @ogunsiron

    , @Broski
    @Lot

    There's a vast amount of frustrated male talent locked up behind keyboards in various levels of underemployment.

  13. @G Pinfold
    Reminds me of an old meme about jumping sharks. What is the ancient Greek word for rule-of-earnest-Asian-sociology-majors?
    Remember, this is not a blogger. This is essentially a G-Chick with a badge

    Replies: @Jefferson, @AnotherDad

    “Reminds me of an old meme about jumping sharks. What is the ancient Greek word for rule-of-earnest-Asian-sociology-majors?
    Remember, this is not a blogger. This is essentially a G-Chick with a badge”

    Asians are the most boring and least cool demographic out of The Democratic Party’s coalition of the fringes. White Liberals have Burning Man and Blacks have hip hop. What the hell do Asians have that make them so cool? They got nothing.

    • Replies: @G Pinfold
    @Jefferson

    Humour and coolness are not required. What was the line about 'slit-eyed ideologues'?

    , @Tracy
    @Jefferson


    Asians are the most boring and least cool demographic out of The Democratic Party’s coalition of the fringes. White Liberals have Burning Man and Blacks have hip hop. What the hell do Asians have that make them so cool? They got nothing.
     
    Martial arts, man! Few are cooler than Bruce Lee or Jackie Chan...

    Replies: @D. K.

    , @Felix.
    @Jefferson

    They got Asian girls. That's good enough for me.

    , @Anonymous
    @Jefferson

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=91da9XpRupI

    , @Desiderius
    @Jefferson


    White Liberals have Burning Man and Blacks have hip hop. What the hell do Asians have
     
    The United States of America, by the short hairs.

    Replies: @Twinkie

    , @Mack Bolan
    @Jefferson

    What the hell do Asians have that make them so cool. They got nothing



    Asians have an uncanny ability to assimilate into any community they live in while at the same time retain their own culture and traditions.
    You could live a few blocks from an Asian community and not even know it. Reason being, they aren't running around yelling
    " look at me."

    , @Twinkie
    @Jefferson


    Asians are the most boring and least cool demographic out of The Democratic Party’s coalition of the fringes.
     
    Asians are only occasional members of the "Coalition of the Fringes." And I think they are okay with being "boring and [un]cool."

    White Liberals have Burning Man and Blacks have hip hop. What the hell do Asians have that make them so cool? They got nothing.
     
    What do they have? Good life outcomes. Asians in America have the lowest obesity, the highest longevity, the highest university graduation rate, the highest median income, the lowest divorce rate, the lowest out-of-wedlock birthrate, the lowest welfare usage rate, etc. I think they are happy to leave the whole "cool" thing to blacks.

    Here is a better question: what has being cool done for blacks?
  14. The internet pop-culture illiteracy here is astounding. Not saying that the history of a meme is in any way important. Are they going to call moe anime girls, white supremacist symbols next?

    • Replies: @Cattle Guard
    @frizzled

    Yes, the anime girls-Hitler connection has already been made, sort of:

    "US "Alt-Right" movement, of internet Hitlerites dressed as Japanese pornographic princesses, receives major endorsement from Hillary Clinton"

    https://twitter.com/DPRK_News/status/768803029365710848

    , @Frau Katze
    @frizzled

    I seem to be an old timer who's "pop-culture illiterate'.

    I didn't even know there was an "internet troll community." I know there are trolls but I never saw them as belonging to a "community."

    I didn't even know who Pepe the frog was, much less that he was a standard bearer for anything.

    Replies: @Altai

  15. @silviosilver
    Who'll be the Hugo to write the social protest novel of our time, Les Deplorables?

    Replies: @StAugustine, @Olorin, @Jenner Ickham Errican, @NOTA

    I’m thinking more like the Mencken.

    Plus he could write it from cigar-smoky rooms in Baltimore.

    In German.

    Printed in green ink, and starring only these horrible symbols of white supremacy:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rana_(genus)#Species

    I just love it when the Elizabeth Chans of the world Explain Things.

    • Replies: @kaganovitch
    @Olorin

    Yes , we can call it Chansplaining.

  16. A good number of Trump supporters get worked up that Obama is a crypto-Muslim so why wouldn’t liberals believe that Trump worships Kek the Frog God?

    • Replies: @Jefferson
    @Anonymous

    "A good number of Trump supporters get worked up that Obama is a crypto-Muslim so why wouldn’t liberals believe that Trump worships Kek the Frog God?"

    Barack Hussein Obama holds Islam in much higher regard than he does Christianity. To him Islam is a religion of peace while Christianity has been an evil religion since the Crusades. He loves to bring up the Crusades when bashing Christianity even though the Crusades is nowhere near as recent as the Islamic terrorist attack in France with the truck running over people and the Orlando nightclub shooting. It says a lot that Hussein can not use any modern day 21st Century examples of Christians behaving badly in the name of Jesus Christ or God.

    Replies: @fox, @Anonymous, @Kyle a

    , @Tex
    @Anonymous


    A good number of Trump supporters get worked up that Obama is a crypto-Muslim so why wouldn’t liberals believe that Trump worships Kek the Frog God?
     
    Which just makes the whole thing even funnier.
  17. @Lot
    People talk about Trump doing well with the WWC, but nobody ever mentions just how much Trump has completely united the large internet troll community. 4chaners always have loved shock-racism, but were also militantly social liberal (pro-gay, anti-religion, etc).

    They saw in Trump's tweets that possibility of a like-minded individual becoming the leader of the free world and are giddy at the prospect.

    The whole process of joining the reactionary right began a bit before Trump with things like GamerGate and Milo's full-time trolling of angry THAT'S NOT FUNNY campus leftists.

    Showing their former non-partisan nature, 4channers hacked into Palin's yahoo account and dumped large numbers of her e-mails in which she did not look particularly intelligent. (Before a completely dump could happen, someone else on 4chan changed her password and locked out everyone else.)

    Replies: @Jefferson, @fox, @Anonymous, @Broski

    “Trump has completely united the large internet troll community. 4chaners always have loved shock-racism, but were also militantly social liberal (pro-gay, anti-religion, etc).”

    Anthony Cumia is voting for Donald Trump even though he is an Atheist who is pro-Gay marriage, pro-environmentalist, and pro-abortion, but he hates political correctness and anti-White identity politics. He probably would have been a Democrat if that party was not so anti-White because when it comes to social issues that have nothing to do with race he is more Liberal than Conservative.

    • Replies: @Divine Right
    @Jefferson

    "Anthony Cumia is voting for Donald Trump even though he is an Atheist who is pro-Gay marriage, pro-environmentalist, and pro-abortion, but he hates political correctness and anti-White identity politics."

    Which completely vindicates the theory that I posted here earlier this year (or late last year): the republican party would become much more economically and socially liberal in order to accommodate all the whites fleeing the anti-white racism of the democrats and their coalition of the fringes. Someone disagreed in a long post, claiming that the Pat Robertson-types were so important that they would always be the backbone of the GOP, but I was right after all. The GOP is now getting the votes of pro-abortion, pro-gay marriage types (and even a few white gays). This trend may very well strengthen in future elections if the republican establishment doesn't nominate Ryan, Romney, Rubio, or some other loser.

    Donald Trump clearly isn't religious, but he beat the religious Ted Cruz, despite his evangelical credentials. Trump, despite his traditional upper-crust tax plan, is seen by many working-class whites as a hero for opposing free-trade and standing up for the American worker. Trump's victory was made possible by his broad appeal to whites.

    Replies: @countenance, @The preferred nomenclature is...

  18. @Anonymous
    A good number of Trump supporters get worked up that Obama is a crypto-Muslim so why wouldn't liberals believe that Trump worships Kek the Frog God?

    Replies: @Jefferson, @Tex

    “A good number of Trump supporters get worked up that Obama is a crypto-Muslim so why wouldn’t liberals believe that Trump worships Kek the Frog God?”

    Barack Hussein Obama holds Islam in much higher regard than he does Christianity. To him Islam is a religion of peace while Christianity has been an evil religion since the Crusades. He loves to bring up the Crusades when bashing Christianity even though the Crusades is nowhere near as recent as the Islamic terrorist attack in France with the truck running over people and the Orlando nightclub shooting. It says a lot that Hussein can not use any modern day 21st Century examples of Christians behaving badly in the name of Jesus Christ or God.

    • Replies: @fox
    @Jefferson

    Obama is not a Muslim.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Some Economist, @Desiderius, @Paul Mendez, @Jack Hanson

    , @Anonymous
    @Jefferson

    Yeah but that's a bit different to Obama Caught Secretly Praying To Allah In The White House, which this reminds me of, except it's actually on a candidate's website and it's just too hilarious to picture effete middle-aged liberals literally shaking, Milennial-style, as the code is cracked and the true horror of esoteric white supremacist iconography is revealed to them.

    Had a look at this girl's Twitter ("So this happened.", "oh em gee.", "what pudding flavor tho??") and all I could think of was the instant message transcripts of Emma Sulkowicz (she of the autistic Jew-Asian elite: twitter.com/menaquinone4/status/671911613285429248). Hillary must have been so spooked by the Berniejugend she gave carte blanche to these Millennial media teams but it's been a miserable failure. You might be onto something with Asians and coolness.

    , @Kyle a
    @Jefferson

    I thought the crusades were a direct response to " Muslims" behaving badly initially? Maybe that's part of the problem. Rewriting of actual history

    Replies: @iSteveFan

  19. @silviosilver
    Who'll be the Hugo to write the social protest novel of our time, Les Deplorables?

    Replies: @StAugustine, @Olorin, @Jenner Ickham Errican, @NOTA

    Who’ll be the Hugo to make our evil, snappy uniforms?

    • LOL: gruff, Romanian
  20. From 4Chan to Elizabeth Chan… Are they perhaps related?

    Regarding the frog, Pepe…

    It’s a frog, Hillary, kiss him and he becomes a Prince!

    ____

    Frogs can’t be Nazis, those are Krauts. Frogs are French; everybody knows that.

    • Replies: @fish
    @Thin-Skinned Masta-Beta

    Perhaps the green "thing" trying to escape during one of Hillarys coughing fits was Pepe?

    , @Kylie
    @Thin-Skinned Masta-Beta

    "It’s a frog, Hillary, kiss him and he becomes a Prince!"

    She may have to get the kiss of life from him.

  21. @frizzled
    The internet pop-culture illiteracy here is astounding. Not saying that the history of a meme is in any way important. Are they going to call moe anime girls, white supremacist symbols next?

    Replies: @Cattle Guard, @Frau Katze

    Yes, the anime girls-Hitler connection has already been made, sort of:

    “US “Alt-Right” movement, of internet Hitlerites dressed as Japanese pornographic princesses, receives major endorsement from Hillary Clinton”

  22. @Jefferson
    @G Pinfold

    "Reminds me of an old meme about jumping sharks. What is the ancient Greek word for rule-of-earnest-Asian-sociology-majors?
    Remember, this is not a blogger. This is essentially a G-Chick with a badge"

    Asians are the most boring and least cool demographic out of The Democratic Party's coalition of the fringes. White Liberals have Burning Man and Blacks have hip hop. What the hell do Asians have that make them so cool? They got nothing.

    Replies: @G Pinfold, @Tracy, @Felix., @Anonymous, @Desiderius, @Mack Bolan, @Twinkie

    Humour and coolness are not required. What was the line about ‘slit-eyed ideologues’?

  23. Pretty smart move by the Hillary Org to bring up the green frog. Online austistes and spergs get all excited and neglect #SickHillary.

    • Replies: @Kylie
    @Paul Walker Most beautiful man ever...

    "Pretty smart move by the Hillary Org to bring up the green frog. Online austistes and spergs get all excited and neglect #SickHillary."

    True. But I'm delighted to see the Daily Mail is still asking questions about Hillary's latest "medical episode".

    I'm sure that's partly because they're journalistic sharks scenting blood in the election waters. But also, IIRC, they noted the other day that prior to 9/11, Team Hillary had refused to answer questions they put about her health. That was a good example of how stupid Team Hillary is.

  24. The way things are going, the next election will be Clock Boy vs. Whiskey

    • Agree: NOTA
    • LOL: Kylie
    • Replies: @5371
    @grapesoda

    Milo vs Trigglypuff

    , @Whiskey
    @grapesoda

    I'm not running. To busy working. I had to google Pepe. Most people will have a big huh?

  25. @Olorin
    @silviosilver

    I'm thinking more like the Mencken.

    Plus he could write it from cigar-smoky rooms in Baltimore.

    In German.

    Printed in green ink, and starring only these horrible symbols of white supremacy:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rana_(genus)#Species

    I just love it when the Elizabeth Chans of the world Explain Things.

    Replies: @kaganovitch

    Yes , we can call it Chansplaining.

  26. It’s my thing to throw away $500 dollar lines like confetti.
    Here’s a rare Pepe concept for example: Hillary cough germ Pepes.

  27. @grapesoda
    The way things are going, the next election will be Clock Boy vs. Whiskey

    Replies: @5371, @Whiskey

    Milo vs Trigglypuff

  28. @Lot
    People talk about Trump doing well with the WWC, but nobody ever mentions just how much Trump has completely united the large internet troll community. 4chaners always have loved shock-racism, but were also militantly social liberal (pro-gay, anti-religion, etc).

    They saw in Trump's tweets that possibility of a like-minded individual becoming the leader of the free world and are giddy at the prospect.

    The whole process of joining the reactionary right began a bit before Trump with things like GamerGate and Milo's full-time trolling of angry THAT'S NOT FUNNY campus leftists.

    Showing their former non-partisan nature, 4channers hacked into Palin's yahoo account and dumped large numbers of her e-mails in which she did not look particularly intelligent. (Before a completely dump could happen, someone else on 4chan changed her password and locked out everyone else.)

    Replies: @Jefferson, @fox, @Anonymous, @Broski

    most altrighters fail to realise that trump is pretty pro gay.

    • Replies: @AndrewR
    @fox

    Or don't care. My position, and one that I think most alt righters would concur with, is that there is no problem being gay as long as you don't make a big deal of it and dont try to ram your sexuality and political agenda down anyone's throats.

    I'm not big on banning everything I don't like but I wouldn't mind seeing the end of pride parades and endless pro-gay media propaganda. I also want to see an end to "anti-discrimination" laws in the provate sphere. And the type of people who sue bakers for not baking gay wedding cakes should be removed from society, as should the lawyers who represent the plaintiffs and the judges who don't throw the cases out as frivolous.

    Replies: @Tex

    , @Jefferson
    @fox

    "most altrighters fail to realise that trump is pretty pro gay."

    If Alt-Righters wanted an anti-Gay candidate to go up against Crooked Hildabeast they should have voted for Rick Santorum, Ted Cruz, or Mike Huckabee. No White person from New York City hates Homosexuals, not even White Republican New Yorkers.

    Replies: @The preferred nomenclature is...

    , @fnn
    @fox

    "most altrighters fail to realise that trump is pretty pro gay."

    It's mostly lefties who don't get that. The ones who for years have believed that the "right-wing conspiracy" is controlled by a coalition of the Koch brothers and the Christian fundamentalists.

    Replies: @Lot, @yaqub the mad scientist

    , @Desiderius
    @fox


    most altrighters fail to realise that trump is pretty pro gay.
     
    Oh, they know. It's called triage.
    , @Broski
    @fox

    Most alt-righters don't care that Trump is pretty pro-gay.

  29. OT/ Hillary is now phoning in her campaign from her bed, like a Hollywood lush of old.
    My god, she sounds high as a kite; doesn’t see what all the fuss is about. It’s getting seriously weird.

    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
    @G Pinfold

    "OT/ Hillary is now phoning in her campaign from her bed, like a Hollywood lush of old."

    Hillary as Norma Desmond: All right, Mr. Soros, I'm ready for my closeup.

    Replies: @Broski

  30. @Jefferson
    @Anonymous

    "A good number of Trump supporters get worked up that Obama is a crypto-Muslim so why wouldn’t liberals believe that Trump worships Kek the Frog God?"

    Barack Hussein Obama holds Islam in much higher regard than he does Christianity. To him Islam is a religion of peace while Christianity has been an evil religion since the Crusades. He loves to bring up the Crusades when bashing Christianity even though the Crusades is nowhere near as recent as the Islamic terrorist attack in France with the truck running over people and the Orlando nightclub shooting. It says a lot that Hussein can not use any modern day 21st Century examples of Christians behaving badly in the name of Jesus Christ or God.

    Replies: @fox, @Anonymous, @Kyle a

    Obama is not a Muslim.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @fox

    Obama is a Muslimist, in the way that basketball coach Steve Kerr's father Malcolm Kerr was an Arabist:

    http://takimag.com/article/making_sense_of_obama_the_muslimist_steve_sailer/print#axzz3mLQQTP7L

    Replies: @Anonymous, @WorkingClass, @Forbes, @Glossy

    , @Some Economist
    @fox

    I was surprised some years ago that in more than one conversation with Muslims from Muslim countries, my opposites casually referred to Obama as a Muslim. They saw Islam in something much more like ethnic terms: Since Obama's father is Muslim, he can't un-Muslim himself. He's one of them, at least from their perspective.

    But it's much more sophisticated to be ignorant of other cultures, in this instance anyway.

    , @Desiderius
    @fox


    Obama is not a Muslim.
     
    Close enough for government work.
    , @Paul Mendez
    @fox

    Obama almost certainly is a Moslem.

    He was born to a Moslem father (if you believe him). He was raised by a Moslem stepfather in Moslem Indonesia and went to a Moslem madrasah as a young boy. It's hard to believe that while at the madrasah he did not recite the Moslem Testimony of Faith (Shahada). Anyone who recites the Shahada with conviction and understanding has become a Muslim.

    Of course, it's possible that Obama abandoned his Moslem faith and became a Christian. But that would make him an apostate and in need of having his head chopped off.

    Replies: @Jim Don Bob

    , @Jack Hanson
    @fox

    The overlap between body building, the AltRight, and high effort transsexuals in Venn Diagram form is a series of massive circles overlapping each other.

  31. If the green frog is bad, imagine the vapors over gay Nazi bodybuilders.

  32. @fox
    @Jefferson

    Obama is not a Muslim.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Some Economist, @Desiderius, @Paul Mendez, @Jack Hanson

    Obama is a Muslimist, in the way that basketball coach Steve Kerr’s father Malcolm Kerr was an Arabist:

    http://takimag.com/article/making_sense_of_obama_the_muslimist_steve_sailer/print#axzz3mLQQTP7L

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Steve Sailer

    How about 'third-worldist'?

    , @WorkingClass
    @Steve Sailer

    Obama kills Muslims. And Christians if they get in the way.

    , @Forbes
    @Steve Sailer

    I dunno. Was Malcolm Kerr born to an Arab, or Arabist? The answer would appear to be "no."

    Barack Obama was born to a Muslim. What does Islamic doctrine say about the child born to a Muslim?

    , @Glossy
    @Steve Sailer

    I doubt very much that Obama knows anything about the culture or politics of any Muslim countries. I'm certain that he doesn't speak any of their languages.

    The reason that he's resisted the neocons to some extent is that he's black. Colin Powell was against the Iraq Attaq behind the scenes too. Blacks are allowed to be ethnocentric, and Middle Eastern wars do not benefit them in any way. They don't benefit whites either, but whites aren't allowed to think in such "selfish" terms.

    If the powers that be understood this point, they're not going to pick Corey Booker if Hillary needs to be replaced.

  33. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @Jefferson
    @Anonymous

    "A good number of Trump supporters get worked up that Obama is a crypto-Muslim so why wouldn’t liberals believe that Trump worships Kek the Frog God?"

    Barack Hussein Obama holds Islam in much higher regard than he does Christianity. To him Islam is a religion of peace while Christianity has been an evil religion since the Crusades. He loves to bring up the Crusades when bashing Christianity even though the Crusades is nowhere near as recent as the Islamic terrorist attack in France with the truck running over people and the Orlando nightclub shooting. It says a lot that Hussein can not use any modern day 21st Century examples of Christians behaving badly in the name of Jesus Christ or God.

    Replies: @fox, @Anonymous, @Kyle a

    Yeah but that’s a bit different to Obama Caught Secretly Praying To Allah In The White House, which this reminds me of, except it’s actually on a candidate’s website and it’s just too hilarious to picture effete middle-aged liberals literally shaking, Milennial-style, as the code is cracked and the true horror of esoteric white supremacist iconography is revealed to them.

    Had a look at this girl’s Twitter (“So this happened.”, “oh em gee.”, “what pudding flavor tho??”) and all I could think of was the instant message transcripts of Emma Sulkowicz (she of the autistic Jew-Asian elite: twitter.com/menaquinone4/status/671911613285429248). Hillary must have been so spooked by the Berniejugend she gave carte blanche to these Millennial media teams but it’s been a miserable failure. You might be onto something with Asians and coolness.

  34. ““We basically mixed Pepe in with Nazi propaganda, etc. We built that association,” one prominent white supremacist told the Daily Beast.”

    I think Hillary’s team are getting Jared Taylor Swift (@JaredTSwift) confused with Jared Taylor.

  35. Don’t know which is worse … Steve being edited out of he lineup, or Pepe being made to look like Don Knotts circa Three’s Company days.

  36. @fox
    @Lot

    most altrighters fail to realise that trump is pretty pro gay.

    Replies: @AndrewR, @Jefferson, @fnn, @Desiderius, @Broski

    Or don’t care. My position, and one that I think most alt righters would concur with, is that there is no problem being gay as long as you don’t make a big deal of it and dont try to ram your sexuality and political agenda down anyone’s throats.

    I’m not big on banning everything I don’t like but I wouldn’t mind seeing the end of pride parades and endless pro-gay media propaganda. I also want to see an end to “anti-discrimination” laws in the provate sphere. And the type of people who sue bakers for not baking gay wedding cakes should be removed from society, as should the lawyers who represent the plaintiffs and the judges who don’t throw the cases out as frivolous.

    • Agree: ogunsiron
    • Replies: @Tex
    @AndrewR


    Or don’t care. My position, and one that I think most alt righters would concur with, is that there is no problem being gay as long as you don’t make a big deal of it and dont try to ram your sexuality and political agenda down anyone’s throats.
     
    That's the conundrum of identity politics. It requires the practitioners to ram it down the throats of others, thus alienating people who would otherwise be neutral or even positive. I'm pretty live-and-let-live on most any group, but the prog-left is determined to make us worship them all the harder, especially when we're in the wake of some BLM/mohammedan slaughter.
  37. @fox
    @Lot

    most altrighters fail to realise that trump is pretty pro gay.

    Replies: @AndrewR, @Jefferson, @fnn, @Desiderius, @Broski

    “most altrighters fail to realise that trump is pretty pro gay.”

    If Alt-Righters wanted an anti-Gay candidate to go up against Crooked Hildabeast they should have voted for Rick Santorum, Ted Cruz, or Mike Huckabee. No White person from New York City hates Homosexuals, not even White Republican New Yorkers.

    • Replies: @The preferred nomenclature is...
    @Jefferson

    Those gentlemen you named don't hate homosexuals (not gay, let's take the English language back), but it is plainly obvious homosexuals and their apologists do hate them. Please take your views to the HuffPoo where they will be "celebrated".

    The men you named have tried to defend Civilization from the corrosive effects of perversion. Therefore, according to your "logic" they are "haters".

  38. @Steve Sailer
    @fox

    Obama is a Muslimist, in the way that basketball coach Steve Kerr's father Malcolm Kerr was an Arabist:

    http://takimag.com/article/making_sense_of_obama_the_muslimist_steve_sailer/print#axzz3mLQQTP7L

    Replies: @Anonymous, @WorkingClass, @Forbes, @Glossy

    How about ‘third-worldist’?

  39. @wren
    It is so funny to read those kinds of articles that have to spell out exactly how they want you to think about everything. It's like those radio shows on NPR where the whole point is to set up a narrative that needs to be parroted.


    Let me get this straight: Trump’s presidential campaign is posting memes associated with white supremacy online?

    Yes.

    But it’s just his son and one of his closest advisers, right?

    Nope.


    Just curious: Who else is in this photo?

    Notably, conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, who believes the government was behind the 9/11 (and that Newtown was “completely fake”), and Breitbart’s Milo Yiannopoulos, whose racism and bigotry is so egregious that Twitter banned him from using their site.

    This is horrifying.

    Yes.
     

    Replies: @Anonym, @Jack D, @Anonymous

    It is so funny to read those kinds of articles that have to spell out exactly how they want you to think about everything. It’s like those radio shows on NPR where the whole point is to set up a narrative that needs to be parroted.

    White supremacist Nazi frogs? Here’s what you need to know.

    It does read like one of those articles. And yet it’s so loopy that they are actually responding directly to the provocation. The liberal baby boomers have truly become the staid, inflexible people they were rebelling against in the 60s. Oh, they have different views, but the humorlessness and inability to fight back is identical.

    One of the great things about this election is the willingness of both Trump and Clinton to exchange blows without defense. Despite the presence of Admiral Ackbar advising that it’s a trap, they have gone at it like Frye vs Takayama. It has been the most addictive election that I can recall. GDP is going to go up in December, when everyone puts the hours they were spending finding out about the election into productive activities again.

    BTW I was googling online about “here’s what you need to know” and found an Onion article. I thought it was interesting, as it is only half-heartedly opposed to the alt-right. Indeed, their picture links straight to an anti-white genocide website. Things have come so far in the last decade. The media once had the discipline to avoid feeding you the information. Now they don’t even care.

    http://www.theonion.com/infographic/what-alt-right-53747

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @Anonym

    "One of the great things about this election is the willingness of both Trump and Clinton to exchange blows without defense."

    It's kind of like a Rocky movie, with Rocky and Apollo Creed whomping each other on the noggin.

    , @Warner
    @Anonym

    Them knowing our vocabulary and our arguments is 1/3 of the battle won.

    As it was when conservatives learned to say transphobia.

    , @RonaldB
    @Anonym

    I agree with everything you said, except your scurrilous, malevolent comments on baby boomers, of which I am one.

    Replies: @Anonym

  40. I can figure out the meaning behind the butchered translation of most of the North Korean piece, but what to make of “dressed like Japanese pornographic princesses?” Not even Milo fits that bill.

    • Replies: @Cattle Guard
    @Anonymous

    I'm pretty sure “dressed like Japanese pornographic princesses" means people with anime avatars.

  41. @Jefferson
    @G Pinfold

    "Reminds me of an old meme about jumping sharks. What is the ancient Greek word for rule-of-earnest-Asian-sociology-majors?
    Remember, this is not a blogger. This is essentially a G-Chick with a badge"

    Asians are the most boring and least cool demographic out of The Democratic Party's coalition of the fringes. White Liberals have Burning Man and Blacks have hip hop. What the hell do Asians have that make them so cool? They got nothing.

    Replies: @G Pinfold, @Tracy, @Felix., @Anonymous, @Desiderius, @Mack Bolan, @Twinkie

    Asians are the most boring and least cool demographic out of The Democratic Party’s coalition of the fringes. White Liberals have Burning Man and Blacks have hip hop. What the hell do Asians have that make them so cool? They got nothing.

    Martial arts, man! Few are cooler than Bruce Lee or Jackie Chan…

    • Replies: @D. K.
    @Tracy

    James Garner knew how to deal with Bruce Lee....

  42. @Anonym
    @wren

    It is so funny to read those kinds of articles that have to spell out exactly how they want you to think about everything. It’s like those radio shows on NPR where the whole point is to set up a narrative that needs to be parroted.

    White supremacist Nazi frogs? Here's what you need to know.

    It does read like one of those articles. And yet it's so loopy that they are actually responding directly to the provocation. The liberal baby boomers have truly become the staid, inflexible people they were rebelling against in the 60s. Oh, they have different views, but the humorlessness and inability to fight back is identical.

    One of the great things about this election is the willingness of both Trump and Clinton to exchange blows without defense. Despite the presence of Admiral Ackbar advising that it's a trap, they have gone at it like Frye vs Takayama. It has been the most addictive election that I can recall. GDP is going to go up in December, when everyone puts the hours they were spending finding out about the election into productive activities again.

    BTW I was googling online about "here's what you need to know" and found an Onion article. I thought it was interesting, as it is only half-heartedly opposed to the alt-right. Indeed, their picture links straight to an anti-white genocide website. Things have come so far in the last decade. The media once had the discipline to avoid feeding you the information. Now they don't even care.

    http://www.theonion.com/infographic/what-alt-right-53747

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Warner, @RonaldB

    “One of the great things about this election is the willingness of both Trump and Clinton to exchange blows without defense.”

    It’s kind of like a Rocky movie, with Rocky and Apollo Creed whomping each other on the noggin.

  43. @fox
    @Lot

    most altrighters fail to realise that trump is pretty pro gay.

    Replies: @AndrewR, @Jefferson, @fnn, @Desiderius, @Broski

    “most altrighters fail to realise that trump is pretty pro gay.”

    It’s mostly lefties who don’t get that. The ones who for years have believed that the “right-wing conspiracy” is controlled by a coalition of the Koch brothers and the Christian fundamentalists.

    • Replies: @Lot
    @fnn

    Koch Bro organziations are full of gays and one of them is on the board of NYC art organizations. One of their brothers who lost the fight for control of the their father's organization is gay as well. Poor guy was only left with $2 billion rather than $30 billion.

    , @yaqub the mad scientist
    @fnn

    The Koch Brothers? Oh, those open-borders billionaires.

  44. @Buck Turgidson
    @Altai

    I do prefer the one w Steve between Chuck Norris and Willis.

    Replies: @Romanian

    Some memes are more equal than others.

  45. @Jefferson
    @Anonymous

    "A good number of Trump supporters get worked up that Obama is a crypto-Muslim so why wouldn’t liberals believe that Trump worships Kek the Frog God?"

    Barack Hussein Obama holds Islam in much higher regard than he does Christianity. To him Islam is a religion of peace while Christianity has been an evil religion since the Crusades. He loves to bring up the Crusades when bashing Christianity even though the Crusades is nowhere near as recent as the Islamic terrorist attack in France with the truck running over people and the Orlando nightclub shooting. It says a lot that Hussein can not use any modern day 21st Century examples of Christians behaving badly in the name of Jesus Christ or God.

    Replies: @fox, @Anonymous, @Kyle a

    I thought the crusades were a direct response to ” Muslims” behaving badly initially? Maybe that’s part of the problem. Rewriting of actual history

    • Replies: @iSteveFan
    @Kyle a

    Here is a nice, little, five minute video that explains your point. It shows that the Crusades were a response to the original jihad.

    Replies: @Tracy

  46. @Anonymous
    I can figure out the meaning behind the butchered translation of most of the North Korean piece, but what to make of "dressed like Japanese pornographic princesses?" Not even Milo fits that bill.

    Replies: @Cattle Guard

    I’m pretty sure “dressed like Japanese pornographic princesses” means people with anime avatars.

  47. Make immigration comprehensive again!

    I need comprehensive immigration reform. You need comprehensive immigration reform. He needs comprehensive immigration reform. She needs comprehensive immigration reform. Xe needs comprehensive immigration reform. Non-binary gender non-conforming genderqueers need comprehensive immigration reform. Everybody needs comprehensive immigration reform. Because comprehensive immigration reform is more important than life, water, food and oxygen themselves.

    I am a strong, solid advocate for good, clean, top flight, top drawer, strong, solid, robust, common sense, solid as a rock, solid as they come, desperately needed, way overdue, humanitarian, compassion-based comprehensive immigration reform. The kind of immigration reform that melts in your mouth, not in your hand. The kind of immigration reform that plumps when you cook it. The kind of immigration reform that just makes you feel good and shout for joy for a job well done.

    Comprehensive immigration reform will raise wages and salaries, strengthen national security, prevent terrorism, enhance our domestic crime-fighting ability, ensure that we continue to encourage the best and brightest to partake of the American dream, enhance our competitiveness and our ability to innovate, and make America more prosperous.

    Comprehensive immigration reform will make the economy more fair and equitable, help clean and preserve our environment, bolster Social Security and Medicare, aid the cause of reproductive rights and LGBT rights, drive a stake through the heart of bigotry and discrimination, guarantee social justice for all, and make America more vibrant and diverse.

    It will also make immigration more comprehensive.

    The reason I advocate comprehensive immigration reform over other ideas is that I checked out the other ideas, and they just aren’t comprehensive, they just don’t do it for me in the comprehensiveness department. I really like the comprehensive nature of comprehensive immigration reform. The best part of comprehensive immigration reform is its comprehensiveness. With comprehensive immigration reform, I’ll be a’comprehensivin. My ultimate goal with immigration reform is to be comprehensiver than thou.

    I also have a soft spot in my heart for things that are comprehensive. From a little boy, I remember sitting at our dinner table many evenings, and my father would point his finger straight at me and give me a stern look, and he told me that if I ever got a chance to screw over the goyim, to do it completely and (his own word) “comprehensively.” He was adamant that I not waste any golden or silver or green opportunities. I’m glad to say that I’m finally living up to my father’s expectations. For his most recent birthday present, I had a wooden ventriloquist style caricature doll of myself made, and I call the doll Marc de la Comprehensiva. It’s his third favorite possession in the whole world, his second is his 1978 Lincoln Town Car which he hopes will run forever, and his first is his gold plated Talmud.

    The other kinds of immigration reform are also dangerous, because they rely on rhetoric such as “round them up and deport them all,” “build walls,” “make America great again.” That’s the kind of rhetoric that reminds me of Nazi Germany, and the Nazis gassed all ten of my grandmas to death at Auschwitz. Ten grandmas here, ten grandmas there, and that’s how you roll that odometer up to six million. It’s why internationally respected scholars and researchers like Glenn Beck have concluded that the Presidential candidates who spew that kind of rhetoric are exactly like Hitler. They all run around bragging about their puny putrid pitiful little $10 billion fortunes, when the truth of the matter is that they took years to make that kind of money, I made my much larger $50 billion fortune almost overnight. And I mean that literally, because I often wake up and find out I’m worth a few billion more than when I went to sleep. Their fortunes are in old fashioned relics of the past, fuddy duddy stuff like buildings and real estate, and my fortune is in the asset of the future, Facebook stock. They had to make their money the old fashioned way, by earning it, and I made my fortune the new modern progressive way, scamming half the world to give me all their personal information in their tawdry pursuit for their cheap fifteen minutes of fame, so I can turn right around and sell it to Madison Avenue, the Mossad and the NSA. I made my money while I’m still young enough to enjoy spending it to break the back of the goyim.

    Thanks for letting me monetize your lives, by and by.

    (Did you know that Adolph Hitler was the Hilter of Germany? He was just like Hitler. The German National Socialist Workers Party was nothing but a bunch of Nazis.)

    When I think of comprehensive immigration reform, I think of the only antitode to an ill that has been ailing me for quite some time. You see, some cartoon frog follows me around everywhere I go throwing parentheses at me, and that damned Peter Thiel is way off in the back somewhere pointing his finger at me and laughing at me. The lack of comprehensive immigration reform is taxing my mental health.

    Sometimes, the other kinds of immigration reform wind up being scams. They promise to be comprehensive, but when you look at what you get, they wind up leaving out a lot of the comprehensiveness. Worse than that, you might get the full 100% comprehensiveness at first, but like a thief in the night, they break in and steal a lot of the comprehensiveness. That’s not the Marc Zuckurburg way, the fully comprehensive way. IEEE, ANSI and UL have certified a less than one ppb impurity ratio of the comprehensiveness in my immigration reform. I’m so nice that I’ll even throw in some extra added bonus comprehensiveness, 25% more free, no extra charge. I also guarantee the comprehensiveness in my immigration reform with a 7 year 70,000 mile limited powertrain warranty that also protects you from rust and corrosion. It covers you from bumper to bumper. It’s the best warranty in the immigration reform business.

    This is why poll after poll shows that people support comprehensive solutions to our immigration problems, instead of genocidal solutions that have Nazi rhetoric as their foundations, or solutions bereft of comprehensiveness. It’s why more and more people are giving up silly hobbies like diddling around with fishing lures, or telescopes, or collecting stamps, or sleeping, and joining in Marc’s Comprehensive Corps. People know that middle class greed hurts billionaires in need. What’s mine is mine, what’s yours will soon be mine. People know that source code is literally rotting in the fields. People know not to turn “corporate greed” into a pejorative, because I wouldn’t be where I am today, and I wouldn’t be the putz I am today without corporate greed. I fly my corporate greed flag high, tall and proud.

    Our struggle for comprehensive immigration reform is a righteous, albeit arduous. Very difficult, a very steep mountain to climb. The forces of reaction and xenophobia are well funded, their four organizations all have bank accounts that run well into the hundreds of dollars. In contrast, all we have to work with are most billionaires, most corporations, almost all of Hollywood and Silicon Valley, almost all of academia, and a majority of the full force of the Federal government, and the full sympathy of the current Federal executive branch. We are locked in a real Goliath versus David struggle to speak power to truth. But the crusade led by the privileged, rich, organized and powerful against the dispossessed, broke, unorganized and weak is indeed on the right side of history in the current year, all we can hope for is that we wake up every morning surrounded by our fifteen morning servants to remind us that we have made it to live to fight another day. I know I’m on the right side of history, and that history will judge all of you to be deficient and derelict, because I have bought all the historians.

    Even if I didn’t buy all the historians, I am well versed in history in my own right. After all, I may have been a college dropout, but I did get an A in Taking Over and Ruling the World 101 at Harvard. Wherein we were taught that Hitler was born in Bensonhurst, was Donald Trump’s father’s best childhood friend, and the Holocaust was the worst tragedy of the 1960s, until Martin Luther King rose up and single handedly stopped it, and freed all the remaining Jewish prisoners and slaves from the Auschwitz prison camp in Nebraska. Hitler got his: He was sentenced to prison for the rest of his life, and he died on Alactraz in 1979.

    But if my plans fail, and my wife starts snitching to the Securities and Exchange Commission, as she has threatened to do several times when I say I’m going to buy her any more shoes, I’ll have to hot foot it and be on the next red eye to my secret condo and my secret bank account with a few billion stashed aside in my extradition-free tax haven in southeast Asia. If I ever seem to go off the grid, that’s where I’ll be.

    It’s also why, in spite of the fact that I know my bad reputation precedes me, for example, I keep hearing everyone behind my back calling me a two-faced ****weasel, and those are just the people that work for me, and are related to me, and are close friends of me, and also my wife, and those were also the first words out of my kid’s mouth, and also, for some reason I can’t figure out, people who know me for long enough wind up saying things behind my back like “Maybe Hitler had a point,” “Maybe I should give Hitler a second look,” and cruel things like that, I want to assure all of you that my support for comprehensive immigration reform is pure and genuine. I will never betray the cause, I will always be loyal, solid as a rock, dependable. So much so that I beg you that when you think of comprehensive immigration reform, you should instantly think of me, the great Marc Zuckurburg.

    It’s also why more and more people are saying every day, and you should too:

    Make my immigration reform comprehensive, please!

    • LOL: BB753, countenance
    • Replies: @Jack D
    @countenance

    TL:DR

    Please increase/decrease your meds, as the case may be.

    Replies: @ic1000

    , @Laugh Track
    @countenance

    Epic! This is what The Onion should run. Instead, it is hidden away in the iSteve comments like an Easter Egg. Bravo.

    , @countenance
    @countenance

    So much so that I beg you that when you think of comprehensive immigration reform, you should instantly think of me, the great Marc Zuckurburg.

    That won't be a problem. Whenever I think of comprehensive immigration reform, not only will I be thinking about you, I will be looking directly at you.

    With every dart I throw.

    Stay classy, Marc.

    , @countenance
    @countenance


    Our struggle for comprehensive immigration reform is a righteous, albeit arduous. Very difficult, a very steep mountain to climb. The forces of reaction and xenophobia are well funded, their four organizations all have bank accounts that run well into the hundreds of dollars. In contrast, all we have to work with are most billionaires, most corporations, almost all of Hollywood and Silicon Valley, almost all of academia, and a majority of the full force of the Federal government, and the full sympathy of the current Federal executive branch. We are locked in a real Goliath versus David struggle to speak power to truth. But the crusade led by the privileged, rich, organized and powerful against the dispossessed, broke, unorganized and weak is indeed on the right side of history in the current year, all we can hope for is that we wake up every morning surrounded by our fifteen morning servants to remind us that we have made it to live to fight another day.
     
    As I write this response, Rush is talking about some pro-immigration conservative conference in D.C., wherein Frank Sharry and Linda Chavez griped about "the river of money" behind "anti-immigrant organizations." It's as if these people have no shame and don't grasp the irony.
    , @Mark Eugenikos
    @countenance

    I hope you write satire for living; this is the funniest essay I've read in a long time. Almost choked on my green tea a few times.

    Replies: @countenance

    , @Pat Hannagan
    @countenance

    Excellent work, bravo!

  48. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    Uh, by using the logic of the Vox piece posted yesterday we can simplify and cut right to chase.

    Answer: if Hillary drops out WE NEED TO INTERROGATE THE BLINDSPOT CREATED BY WHITENESS.

    These same executives reportedly see Kaepernick as a “traitor.” The vitriol highlights how diversity is hollow without a commitment to interrogating blind spots created by whiteness and a dedication to fostering societal transformation.

    See how all the answers are right there in front of you, comrade?

    • Replies: @Forbes
    @Anonymous

    I always get hung up on that "fostering social transformation" part.

    Wouldn't a manure spreader work better?

  49. A cottage industry of Deplorables Pepe shirts needs to spring up.

    • Replies: @Peripatetic commenter
    @Thea

    It will.

  50. @silviosilver
    Who'll be the Hugo to write the social protest novel of our time, Les Deplorables?

    Replies: @StAugustine, @Olorin, @Jenner Ickham Errican, @NOTA

    Yeah, that scene at the Trump campaign HQ the morning after the election, where Chris Christie sings “Empty Chairs at Empty Tables” is a real tear-jerker.

    • Replies: @Some Economist
    @NOTA

    Are you referring to the Trump DC hotel HQ picture that Trump tweeted yesterday? I assumed at first that it was campaign HQ myself, but then did a double take when seeing that the demographics didn't look right. Then I realized it was kitchen staff.

    , @silviosilver
    @NOTA

    I'm most looking forward to the rendition of "Do You Hear The (White) People Sing?" (...singing a song of angry men/It is the music of a people who will not feel guilt again...)

  51. @wren
    It is so funny to read those kinds of articles that have to spell out exactly how they want you to think about everything. It's like those radio shows on NPR where the whole point is to set up a narrative that needs to be parroted.


    Let me get this straight: Trump’s presidential campaign is posting memes associated with white supremacy online?

    Yes.

    But it’s just his son and one of his closest advisers, right?

    Nope.


    Just curious: Who else is in this photo?

    Notably, conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, who believes the government was behind the 9/11 (and that Newtown was “completely fake”), and Breitbart’s Milo Yiannopoulos, whose racism and bigotry is so egregious that Twitter banned him from using their site.

    This is horrifying.

    Yes.
     

    Replies: @Anonym, @Jack D, @Anonymous

    “Power through” pneumonia was the focus group tested meme yesterday. I was flipping channels and came to CNN and within 20 seconds someone had said “power through”. You could set up a drinking game but you would be as drunk as Hillary in a hurry because they were endlessly repeating it.

    I guess “power through” is good but ” Hillary has a will to power” is bad. It’s like colored persons vs person of color.

  52. @countenance
    Make immigration comprehensive again!

    I need comprehensive immigration reform. You need comprehensive immigration reform. He needs comprehensive immigration reform. She needs comprehensive immigration reform. Xe needs comprehensive immigration reform. Non-binary gender non-conforming genderqueers need comprehensive immigration reform. Everybody needs comprehensive immigration reform. Because comprehensive immigration reform is more important than life, water, food and oxygen themselves.

    I am a strong, solid advocate for good, clean, top flight, top drawer, strong, solid, robust, common sense, solid as a rock, solid as they come, desperately needed, way overdue, humanitarian, compassion-based comprehensive immigration reform. The kind of immigration reform that melts in your mouth, not in your hand. The kind of immigration reform that plumps when you cook it. The kind of immigration reform that just makes you feel good and shout for joy for a job well done.

    Comprehensive immigration reform will raise wages and salaries, strengthen national security, prevent terrorism, enhance our domestic crime-fighting ability, ensure that we continue to encourage the best and brightest to partake of the American dream, enhance our competitiveness and our ability to innovate, and make America more prosperous.

    Comprehensive immigration reform will make the economy more fair and equitable, help clean and preserve our environment, bolster Social Security and Medicare, aid the cause of reproductive rights and LGBT rights, drive a stake through the heart of bigotry and discrimination, guarantee social justice for all, and make America more vibrant and diverse.

    It will also make immigration more comprehensive.

    The reason I advocate comprehensive immigration reform over other ideas is that I checked out the other ideas, and they just aren't comprehensive, they just don't do it for me in the comprehensiveness department. I really like the comprehensive nature of comprehensive immigration reform. The best part of comprehensive immigration reform is its comprehensiveness. With comprehensive immigration reform, I'll be a'comprehensivin. My ultimate goal with immigration reform is to be comprehensiver than thou.

    I also have a soft spot in my heart for things that are comprehensive. From a little boy, I remember sitting at our dinner table many evenings, and my father would point his finger straight at me and give me a stern look, and he told me that if I ever got a chance to screw over the goyim, to do it completely and (his own word) "comprehensively." He was adamant that I not waste any golden or silver or green opportunities. I'm glad to say that I'm finally living up to my father's expectations. For his most recent birthday present, I had a wooden ventriloquist style caricature doll of myself made, and I call the doll Marc de la Comprehensiva. It's his third favorite possession in the whole world, his second is his 1978 Lincoln Town Car which he hopes will run forever, and his first is his gold plated Talmud.

    The other kinds of immigration reform are also dangerous, because they rely on rhetoric such as "round them up and deport them all," "build walls," "make America great again." That's the kind of rhetoric that reminds me of Nazi Germany, and the Nazis gassed all ten of my grandmas to death at Auschwitz. Ten grandmas here, ten grandmas there, and that's how you roll that odometer up to six million. It's why internationally respected scholars and researchers like Glenn Beck have concluded that the Presidential candidates who spew that kind of rhetoric are exactly like Hitler. They all run around bragging about their puny putrid pitiful little $10 billion fortunes, when the truth of the matter is that they took years to make that kind of money, I made my much larger $50 billion fortune almost overnight. And I mean that literally, because I often wake up and find out I'm worth a few billion more than when I went to sleep. Their fortunes are in old fashioned relics of the past, fuddy duddy stuff like buildings and real estate, and my fortune is in the asset of the future, Facebook stock. They had to make their money the old fashioned way, by earning it, and I made my fortune the new modern progressive way, scamming half the world to give me all their personal information in their tawdry pursuit for their cheap fifteen minutes of fame, so I can turn right around and sell it to Madison Avenue, the Mossad and the NSA. I made my money while I'm still young enough to enjoy spending it to break the back of the goyim.

    Thanks for letting me monetize your lives, by and by.

    (Did you know that Adolph Hitler was the Hilter of Germany? He was just like Hitler. The German National Socialist Workers Party was nothing but a bunch of Nazis.)

    When I think of comprehensive immigration reform, I think of the only antitode to an ill that has been ailing me for quite some time. You see, some cartoon frog follows me around everywhere I go throwing parentheses at me, and that damned Peter Thiel is way off in the back somewhere pointing his finger at me and laughing at me. The lack of comprehensive immigration reform is taxing my mental health.

    Sometimes, the other kinds of immigration reform wind up being scams. They promise to be comprehensive, but when you look at what you get, they wind up leaving out a lot of the comprehensiveness. Worse than that, you might get the full 100% comprehensiveness at first, but like a thief in the night, they break in and steal a lot of the comprehensiveness. That's not the Marc Zuckurburg way, the fully comprehensive way. IEEE, ANSI and UL have certified a less than one ppb impurity ratio of the comprehensiveness in my immigration reform. I'm so nice that I'll even throw in some extra added bonus comprehensiveness, 25% more free, no extra charge. I also guarantee the comprehensiveness in my immigration reform with a 7 year 70,000 mile limited powertrain warranty that also protects you from rust and corrosion. It covers you from bumper to bumper. It's the best warranty in the immigration reform business.

    This is why poll after poll shows that people support comprehensive solutions to our immigration problems, instead of genocidal solutions that have Nazi rhetoric as their foundations, or solutions bereft of comprehensiveness. It's why more and more people are giving up silly hobbies like diddling around with fishing lures, or telescopes, or collecting stamps, or sleeping, and joining in Marc's Comprehensive Corps. People know that middle class greed hurts billionaires in need. What's mine is mine, what's yours will soon be mine. People know that source code is literally rotting in the fields. People know not to turn "corporate greed" into a pejorative, because I wouldn't be where I am today, and I wouldn't be the putz I am today without corporate greed. I fly my corporate greed flag high, tall and proud.

    Our struggle for comprehensive immigration reform is a righteous, albeit arduous. Very difficult, a very steep mountain to climb. The forces of reaction and xenophobia are well funded, their four organizations all have bank accounts that run well into the hundreds of dollars. In contrast, all we have to work with are most billionaires, most corporations, almost all of Hollywood and Silicon Valley, almost all of academia, and a majority of the full force of the Federal government, and the full sympathy of the current Federal executive branch. We are locked in a real Goliath versus David struggle to speak power to truth. But the crusade led by the privileged, rich, organized and powerful against the dispossessed, broke, unorganized and weak is indeed on the right side of history in the current year, all we can hope for is that we wake up every morning surrounded by our fifteen morning servants to remind us that we have made it to live to fight another day. I know I'm on the right side of history, and that history will judge all of you to be deficient and derelict, because I have bought all the historians.

    Even if I didn't buy all the historians, I am well versed in history in my own right. After all, I may have been a college dropout, but I did get an A in Taking Over and Ruling the World 101 at Harvard. Wherein we were taught that Hitler was born in Bensonhurst, was Donald Trump's father's best childhood friend, and the Holocaust was the worst tragedy of the 1960s, until Martin Luther King rose up and single handedly stopped it, and freed all the remaining Jewish prisoners and slaves from the Auschwitz prison camp in Nebraska. Hitler got his: He was sentenced to prison for the rest of his life, and he died on Alactraz in 1979.

    But if my plans fail, and my wife starts snitching to the Securities and Exchange Commission, as she has threatened to do several times when I say I'm going to buy her any more shoes, I'll have to hot foot it and be on the next red eye to my secret condo and my secret bank account with a few billion stashed aside in my extradition-free tax haven in southeast Asia. If I ever seem to go off the grid, that's where I'll be.

    It's also why, in spite of the fact that I know my bad reputation precedes me, for example, I keep hearing everyone behind my back calling me a two-faced ****weasel, and those are just the people that work for me, and are related to me, and are close friends of me, and also my wife, and those were also the first words out of my kid's mouth, and also, for some reason I can't figure out, people who know me for long enough wind up saying things behind my back like "Maybe Hitler had a point," "Maybe I should give Hitler a second look," and cruel things like that, I want to assure all of you that my support for comprehensive immigration reform is pure and genuine. I will never betray the cause, I will always be loyal, solid as a rock, dependable. So much so that I beg you that when you think of comprehensive immigration reform, you should instantly think of me, the great Marc Zuckurburg.

    It's also why more and more people are saying every day, and you should too:

    Make my immigration reform comprehensive, please!

    Replies: @Jack D, @Laugh Track, @countenance, @countenance, @Mark Eugenikos, @Pat Hannagan

    TL:DR

    Please increase/decrease your meds, as the case may be.

    • Replies: @ic1000
    @Jack D

    Ron Unz offers an "Insert MORE Tag" command for commenters. It doesn't get used enough. See below for where to find it:

    Just above the "Body of Comment" text window, on the right side of the screen.

  53. @G Pinfold
    OT/ Hillary is now phoning in her campaign from her bed, like a Hollywood lush of old.
    My god, she sounds high as a kite; doesn't see what all the fuss is about. It's getting seriously weird.

    Replies: @Mr. Anon

    “OT/ Hillary is now phoning in her campaign from her bed, like a Hollywood lush of old.”

    Hillary as Norma Desmond: All right, Mr. Soros, I’m ready for my closeup.

    • Replies: @Broski
    @Mr. Anon

    Remember the Simpsons episode where Homer gets as fat as possible to obtain disability and at the end is reduced to using a broom stick to push buttons on his computer?

  54. @fox
    @Jefferson

    Obama is not a Muslim.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Some Economist, @Desiderius, @Paul Mendez, @Jack Hanson

    I was surprised some years ago that in more than one conversation with Muslims from Muslim countries, my opposites casually referred to Obama as a Muslim. They saw Islam in something much more like ethnic terms: Since Obama’s father is Muslim, he can’t un-Muslim himself. He’s one of them, at least from their perspective.

    But it’s much more sophisticated to be ignorant of other cultures, in this instance anyway.

  55. @NOTA
    @silviosilver

    Yeah, that scene at the Trump campaign HQ the morning after the election, where Chris Christie sings "Empty Chairs at Empty Tables" is a real tear-jerker.

    Replies: @Some Economist, @silviosilver

    Are you referring to the Trump DC hotel HQ picture that Trump tweeted yesterday? I assumed at first that it was campaign HQ myself, but then did a double take when seeing that the demographics didn’t look right. Then I realized it was kitchen staff.

  56. Maybe Alt-Right Pepe is the frog in Hillary’s throat.

    • Replies: @Brutusale
    @Jonathan Silber

    More like the frog AT Hillary's throat.

  57. @Anonym
    @wren

    It is so funny to read those kinds of articles that have to spell out exactly how they want you to think about everything. It’s like those radio shows on NPR where the whole point is to set up a narrative that needs to be parroted.

    White supremacist Nazi frogs? Here's what you need to know.

    It does read like one of those articles. And yet it's so loopy that they are actually responding directly to the provocation. The liberal baby boomers have truly become the staid, inflexible people they were rebelling against in the 60s. Oh, they have different views, but the humorlessness and inability to fight back is identical.

    One of the great things about this election is the willingness of both Trump and Clinton to exchange blows without defense. Despite the presence of Admiral Ackbar advising that it's a trap, they have gone at it like Frye vs Takayama. It has been the most addictive election that I can recall. GDP is going to go up in December, when everyone puts the hours they were spending finding out about the election into productive activities again.

    BTW I was googling online about "here's what you need to know" and found an Onion article. I thought it was interesting, as it is only half-heartedly opposed to the alt-right. Indeed, their picture links straight to an anti-white genocide website. Things have come so far in the last decade. The media once had the discipline to avoid feeding you the information. Now they don't even care.

    http://www.theonion.com/infographic/what-alt-right-53747

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Warner, @RonaldB

    Them knowing our vocabulary and our arguments is 1/3 of the battle won.

    As it was when conservatives learned to say transphobia.

  58. I must have stepped through the looking glass.

    This election gets more and more entertaining every day.

    The shitlords must be laughing their asses off about the Dems claiming that a frog is a symbol of White Supremacy.

    What about the Swastika? What about Hitler? Soon, everything will be a symbol of White Supremacy.

  59. @Steve Sailer
    @fox

    Obama is a Muslimist, in the way that basketball coach Steve Kerr's father Malcolm Kerr was an Arabist:

    http://takimag.com/article/making_sense_of_obama_the_muslimist_steve_sailer/print#axzz3mLQQTP7L

    Replies: @Anonymous, @WorkingClass, @Forbes, @Glossy

    Obama kills Muslims. And Christians if they get in the way.

  60. @Tracy
    @Jefferson


    Asians are the most boring and least cool demographic out of The Democratic Party’s coalition of the fringes. White Liberals have Burning Man and Blacks have hip hop. What the hell do Asians have that make them so cool? They got nothing.
     
    Martial arts, man! Few are cooler than Bruce Lee or Jackie Chan...

    Replies: @D. K.

    James Garner knew how to deal with Bruce Lee….

  61. @Kyle a
    @Jefferson

    I thought the crusades were a direct response to " Muslims" behaving badly initially? Maybe that's part of the problem. Rewriting of actual history

    Replies: @iSteveFan

    Here is a nice, little, five minute video that explains your point. It shows that the Crusades were a response to the original jihad.

    • Replies: @Tracy
    @iSteveFan

    And here's a longer, more scholarly video that proves Kyle's point about the Crusades: https://youtu.be/30j61Ql-Ljs

    And, while I'm here and because the Crusades are used like a battering ram to shame the Catholic Church, I'll post a video from the BBC about the Spanish Inquisition, the other big club used to beat the Church with. Almost everything most people think they know about the Spanish Inquisition is wrong: https://youtu.be/CzRmGAADB7k.

  62. @Jack D
    @countenance

    TL:DR

    Please increase/decrease your meds, as the case may be.

    Replies: @ic1000

    Ron Unz offers an “Insert MORE Tag” command for commenters. It doesn’t get used enough. See below for where to find it:

    [MORE]

    Just above the “Body of Comment” text window, on the right side of the screen.

  63. @Jefferson
    @G Pinfold

    "Reminds me of an old meme about jumping sharks. What is the ancient Greek word for rule-of-earnest-Asian-sociology-majors?
    Remember, this is not a blogger. This is essentially a G-Chick with a badge"

    Asians are the most boring and least cool demographic out of The Democratic Party's coalition of the fringes. White Liberals have Burning Man and Blacks have hip hop. What the hell do Asians have that make them so cool? They got nothing.

    Replies: @G Pinfold, @Tracy, @Felix., @Anonymous, @Desiderius, @Mack Bolan, @Twinkie

    They got Asian girls. That’s good enough for me.

  64. @Anonymous
    A good number of Trump supporters get worked up that Obama is a crypto-Muslim so why wouldn't liberals believe that Trump worships Kek the Frog God?

    Replies: @Jefferson, @Tex

    A good number of Trump supporters get worked up that Obama is a crypto-Muslim so why wouldn’t liberals believe that Trump worships Kek the Frog God?

    Which just makes the whole thing even funnier.

  65. @iSteveFan
    @Kyle a

    Here is a nice, little, five minute video that explains your point. It shows that the Crusades were a response to the original jihad.

    Replies: @Tracy

    And here’s a longer, more scholarly video that proves Kyle’s point about the Crusades: https://youtu.be/30j61Ql-Ljs

    And, while I’m here and because the Crusades are used like a battering ram to shame the Catholic Church, I’ll post a video from the BBC about the Spanish Inquisition, the other big club used to beat the Church with. Almost everything most people think they know about the Spanish Inquisition is wrong: https://youtu.be/CzRmGAADB7k.

  66. @countenance
    Make immigration comprehensive again!

    I need comprehensive immigration reform. You need comprehensive immigration reform. He needs comprehensive immigration reform. She needs comprehensive immigration reform. Xe needs comprehensive immigration reform. Non-binary gender non-conforming genderqueers need comprehensive immigration reform. Everybody needs comprehensive immigration reform. Because comprehensive immigration reform is more important than life, water, food and oxygen themselves.

    I am a strong, solid advocate for good, clean, top flight, top drawer, strong, solid, robust, common sense, solid as a rock, solid as they come, desperately needed, way overdue, humanitarian, compassion-based comprehensive immigration reform. The kind of immigration reform that melts in your mouth, not in your hand. The kind of immigration reform that plumps when you cook it. The kind of immigration reform that just makes you feel good and shout for joy for a job well done.

    Comprehensive immigration reform will raise wages and salaries, strengthen national security, prevent terrorism, enhance our domestic crime-fighting ability, ensure that we continue to encourage the best and brightest to partake of the American dream, enhance our competitiveness and our ability to innovate, and make America more prosperous.

    Comprehensive immigration reform will make the economy more fair and equitable, help clean and preserve our environment, bolster Social Security and Medicare, aid the cause of reproductive rights and LGBT rights, drive a stake through the heart of bigotry and discrimination, guarantee social justice for all, and make America more vibrant and diverse.

    It will also make immigration more comprehensive.

    The reason I advocate comprehensive immigration reform over other ideas is that I checked out the other ideas, and they just aren't comprehensive, they just don't do it for me in the comprehensiveness department. I really like the comprehensive nature of comprehensive immigration reform. The best part of comprehensive immigration reform is its comprehensiveness. With comprehensive immigration reform, I'll be a'comprehensivin. My ultimate goal with immigration reform is to be comprehensiver than thou.

    I also have a soft spot in my heart for things that are comprehensive. From a little boy, I remember sitting at our dinner table many evenings, and my father would point his finger straight at me and give me a stern look, and he told me that if I ever got a chance to screw over the goyim, to do it completely and (his own word) "comprehensively." He was adamant that I not waste any golden or silver or green opportunities. I'm glad to say that I'm finally living up to my father's expectations. For his most recent birthday present, I had a wooden ventriloquist style caricature doll of myself made, and I call the doll Marc de la Comprehensiva. It's his third favorite possession in the whole world, his second is his 1978 Lincoln Town Car which he hopes will run forever, and his first is his gold plated Talmud.

    The other kinds of immigration reform are also dangerous, because they rely on rhetoric such as "round them up and deport them all," "build walls," "make America great again." That's the kind of rhetoric that reminds me of Nazi Germany, and the Nazis gassed all ten of my grandmas to death at Auschwitz. Ten grandmas here, ten grandmas there, and that's how you roll that odometer up to six million. It's why internationally respected scholars and researchers like Glenn Beck have concluded that the Presidential candidates who spew that kind of rhetoric are exactly like Hitler. They all run around bragging about their puny putrid pitiful little $10 billion fortunes, when the truth of the matter is that they took years to make that kind of money, I made my much larger $50 billion fortune almost overnight. And I mean that literally, because I often wake up and find out I'm worth a few billion more than when I went to sleep. Their fortunes are in old fashioned relics of the past, fuddy duddy stuff like buildings and real estate, and my fortune is in the asset of the future, Facebook stock. They had to make their money the old fashioned way, by earning it, and I made my fortune the new modern progressive way, scamming half the world to give me all their personal information in their tawdry pursuit for their cheap fifteen minutes of fame, so I can turn right around and sell it to Madison Avenue, the Mossad and the NSA. I made my money while I'm still young enough to enjoy spending it to break the back of the goyim.

    Thanks for letting me monetize your lives, by and by.

    (Did you know that Adolph Hitler was the Hilter of Germany? He was just like Hitler. The German National Socialist Workers Party was nothing but a bunch of Nazis.)

    When I think of comprehensive immigration reform, I think of the only antitode to an ill that has been ailing me for quite some time. You see, some cartoon frog follows me around everywhere I go throwing parentheses at me, and that damned Peter Thiel is way off in the back somewhere pointing his finger at me and laughing at me. The lack of comprehensive immigration reform is taxing my mental health.

    Sometimes, the other kinds of immigration reform wind up being scams. They promise to be comprehensive, but when you look at what you get, they wind up leaving out a lot of the comprehensiveness. Worse than that, you might get the full 100% comprehensiveness at first, but like a thief in the night, they break in and steal a lot of the comprehensiveness. That's not the Marc Zuckurburg way, the fully comprehensive way. IEEE, ANSI and UL have certified a less than one ppb impurity ratio of the comprehensiveness in my immigration reform. I'm so nice that I'll even throw in some extra added bonus comprehensiveness, 25% more free, no extra charge. I also guarantee the comprehensiveness in my immigration reform with a 7 year 70,000 mile limited powertrain warranty that also protects you from rust and corrosion. It covers you from bumper to bumper. It's the best warranty in the immigration reform business.

    This is why poll after poll shows that people support comprehensive solutions to our immigration problems, instead of genocidal solutions that have Nazi rhetoric as their foundations, or solutions bereft of comprehensiveness. It's why more and more people are giving up silly hobbies like diddling around with fishing lures, or telescopes, or collecting stamps, or sleeping, and joining in Marc's Comprehensive Corps. People know that middle class greed hurts billionaires in need. What's mine is mine, what's yours will soon be mine. People know that source code is literally rotting in the fields. People know not to turn "corporate greed" into a pejorative, because I wouldn't be where I am today, and I wouldn't be the putz I am today without corporate greed. I fly my corporate greed flag high, tall and proud.

    Our struggle for comprehensive immigration reform is a righteous, albeit arduous. Very difficult, a very steep mountain to climb. The forces of reaction and xenophobia are well funded, their four organizations all have bank accounts that run well into the hundreds of dollars. In contrast, all we have to work with are most billionaires, most corporations, almost all of Hollywood and Silicon Valley, almost all of academia, and a majority of the full force of the Federal government, and the full sympathy of the current Federal executive branch. We are locked in a real Goliath versus David struggle to speak power to truth. But the crusade led by the privileged, rich, organized and powerful against the dispossessed, broke, unorganized and weak is indeed on the right side of history in the current year, all we can hope for is that we wake up every morning surrounded by our fifteen morning servants to remind us that we have made it to live to fight another day. I know I'm on the right side of history, and that history will judge all of you to be deficient and derelict, because I have bought all the historians.

    Even if I didn't buy all the historians, I am well versed in history in my own right. After all, I may have been a college dropout, but I did get an A in Taking Over and Ruling the World 101 at Harvard. Wherein we were taught that Hitler was born in Bensonhurst, was Donald Trump's father's best childhood friend, and the Holocaust was the worst tragedy of the 1960s, until Martin Luther King rose up and single handedly stopped it, and freed all the remaining Jewish prisoners and slaves from the Auschwitz prison camp in Nebraska. Hitler got his: He was sentenced to prison for the rest of his life, and he died on Alactraz in 1979.

    But if my plans fail, and my wife starts snitching to the Securities and Exchange Commission, as she has threatened to do several times when I say I'm going to buy her any more shoes, I'll have to hot foot it and be on the next red eye to my secret condo and my secret bank account with a few billion stashed aside in my extradition-free tax haven in southeast Asia. If I ever seem to go off the grid, that's where I'll be.

    It's also why, in spite of the fact that I know my bad reputation precedes me, for example, I keep hearing everyone behind my back calling me a two-faced ****weasel, and those are just the people that work for me, and are related to me, and are close friends of me, and also my wife, and those were also the first words out of my kid's mouth, and also, for some reason I can't figure out, people who know me for long enough wind up saying things behind my back like "Maybe Hitler had a point," "Maybe I should give Hitler a second look," and cruel things like that, I want to assure all of you that my support for comprehensive immigration reform is pure and genuine. I will never betray the cause, I will always be loyal, solid as a rock, dependable. So much so that I beg you that when you think of comprehensive immigration reform, you should instantly think of me, the great Marc Zuckurburg.

    It's also why more and more people are saying every day, and you should too:

    Make my immigration reform comprehensive, please!

    Replies: @Jack D, @Laugh Track, @countenance, @countenance, @Mark Eugenikos, @Pat Hannagan

    Epic! This is what The Onion should run. Instead, it is hidden away in the iSteve comments like an Easter Egg. Bravo.

  67. @Cattle Guard
    Call me an old-fashioned racist who refuses to keep up with the terminology of the times, but to me "frog" will always be a derogatory term for Frenchmen and French Canadians.

    Replies: @Jus' Sayin'..., @Anonymous

    The Clintons really do seem to have a genocidal hatred of Canadians. Back when Bill was governor they made money off a plot that infected tens of thousands with HIV/AIDS https://www.prisonlegalnews.org/news/1999/may/15/tainted-plasma-traced-to-arkansas-prison-bill-clintons-blood-trails/

  68. @Altai

    That’s Pepe. He’s a symbol associated with white supremacy.
     
    Originally created by the infamous hacker 4chan.

    On a serious note, disappointed they didn't use one where Bruce Willis and Chuck Norris are kept in.

    Replies: @Buck Turgidson, @SPMoore8, @Joe Magarac

    I’m daring the left, right here and right now, to use Pepe as a symbol of hate.

    • Replies: @Broski
    @SPMoore8

    The Hillary campaign just did. That's the Alinskyite genius of Pepe. By making the left go nuts over it (they have no choice) it yields massive lulz for the movement.

  69. @AndrewR
    @fox

    Or don't care. My position, and one that I think most alt righters would concur with, is that there is no problem being gay as long as you don't make a big deal of it and dont try to ram your sexuality and political agenda down anyone's throats.

    I'm not big on banning everything I don't like but I wouldn't mind seeing the end of pride parades and endless pro-gay media propaganda. I also want to see an end to "anti-discrimination" laws in the provate sphere. And the type of people who sue bakers for not baking gay wedding cakes should be removed from society, as should the lawyers who represent the plaintiffs and the judges who don't throw the cases out as frivolous.

    Replies: @Tex

    Or don’t care. My position, and one that I think most alt righters would concur with, is that there is no problem being gay as long as you don’t make a big deal of it and dont try to ram your sexuality and political agenda down anyone’s throats.

    That’s the conundrum of identity politics. It requires the practitioners to ram it down the throats of others, thus alienating people who would otherwise be neutral or even positive. I’m pretty live-and-let-live on most any group, but the prog-left is determined to make us worship them all the harder, especially when we’re in the wake of some BLM/mohammedan slaughter.

  70. Anonymous [AKA "Poutine"] says:
    @Cattle Guard
    Call me an old-fashioned racist who refuses to keep up with the terminology of the times, but to me "frog" will always be a derogatory term for Frenchmen and French Canadians.

    Replies: @Jus' Sayin'..., @Anonymous

    A Frenchman is a frog but a French Canadian is a “Pepsi.”

  71. @Altai

    That’s Pepe. He’s a symbol associated with white supremacy.
     
    Originally created by the infamous hacker 4chan.

    On a serious note, disappointed they didn't use one where Bruce Willis and Chuck Norris are kept in.

    Replies: @Buck Turgidson, @SPMoore8, @Joe Magarac

    Guilt by association with 4chan.

    What’s not to love? 😉

  72. @frizzled
    The internet pop-culture illiteracy here is astounding. Not saying that the history of a meme is in any way important. Are they going to call moe anime girls, white supremacist symbols next?

    Replies: @Cattle Guard, @Frau Katze

    I seem to be an old timer who’s “pop-culture illiterate’.

    I didn’t even know there was an “internet troll community.” I know there are trolls but I never saw them as belonging to a “community.”

    I didn’t even know who Pepe the frog was, much less that he was a standard bearer for anything.

    • Replies: @Altai
    @Frau Katze

    4Chans greatest hits.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qlXepby4Ck4

    Replies: @Frau Katze, @Yngvar

  73. If you have to go after Pepe, you’ve already lost.

    And from the left’s long term strategic point of view, the very worst thing is to make it seem as if all the cool, funny, edgy kids are on the alt-right. They are making it almost impossible for the up-and-coming bad boys of America — and there are legions — to resist the allure of a movement born in irreverence, and giddy with irreverence.

    It used to be that is was the Feminists who were ridiculed as being devoid of humor. Now it’s everybody on the left, all the time, and everywhere. They are all butch lesbians suffering from bed death.

    But humor and virility will out. They will go where they are allowed. Put them in a jail cell or a padded cell, they’ll fight their way free.

    • Agree: Spmoore8
    • Replies: @Spmoore8
    @candid_observer

    The other thing about irreverence, as Twain understood, is that it's sometimes the only way to be creative.

    What I mean by that is that creativity can have an eye towards tradition, but when the weight of convention becomes stultifying the only way to do something challenging is to challenge convention, like it or not.

    Today, the left is the orthodoxy that the decadents, the lost generation, the beatniks, the hippies, and the punks turned against. Except that the critique is coming from the right. Good times.

  74. @Jefferson
    @G Pinfold

    "Reminds me of an old meme about jumping sharks. What is the ancient Greek word for rule-of-earnest-Asian-sociology-majors?
    Remember, this is not a blogger. This is essentially a G-Chick with a badge"

    Asians are the most boring and least cool demographic out of The Democratic Party's coalition of the fringes. White Liberals have Burning Man and Blacks have hip hop. What the hell do Asians have that make them so cool? They got nothing.

    Replies: @G Pinfold, @Tracy, @Felix., @Anonymous, @Desiderius, @Mack Bolan, @Twinkie

  75. Pepe is Randle McMurphy?

  76. Pepe La Grenouille, menace to America. The establishment media is desperate to pin down and define the wide ranging, inchoate ideas of the alt-right.

  77. I am going to invest $3 and get a Pepe window sticker for my car. It is sort of the perfect signal. People who know the meme will recognize it right away but it is sufficiently vague that they cannot really say what it means other than, “hey, you are white”.

  78. So typical of Wojack to get ignored in all this.

  79. @candid_observer
    If you have to go after Pepe, you've already lost.

    And from the left's long term strategic point of view, the very worst thing is to make it seem as if all the cool, funny, edgy kids are on the alt-right. They are making it almost impossible for the up-and-coming bad boys of America -- and there are legions -- to resist the allure of a movement born in irreverence, and giddy with irreverence.

    It used to be that is was the Feminists who were ridiculed as being devoid of humor. Now it's everybody on the left, all the time, and everywhere. They are all butch lesbians suffering from bed death.

    But humor and virility will out. They will go where they are allowed. Put them in a jail cell or a padded cell, they'll fight their way free.

    Replies: @Spmoore8

    The other thing about irreverence, as Twain understood, is that it’s sometimes the only way to be creative.

    What I mean by that is that creativity can have an eye towards tradition, but when the weight of convention becomes stultifying the only way to do something challenging is to challenge convention, like it or not.

    Today, the left is the orthodoxy that the decadents, the lost generation, the beatniks, the hippies, and the punks turned against. Except that the critique is coming from the right. Good times.

  80. I think Kermit and Ms. Piggy have some explaining to do.

    • LOL: Harry Baldwin
  81. Anonymous [AKA "FredFlint"] says:
    @wren
    It is so funny to read those kinds of articles that have to spell out exactly how they want you to think about everything. It's like those radio shows on NPR where the whole point is to set up a narrative that needs to be parroted.


    Let me get this straight: Trump’s presidential campaign is posting memes associated with white supremacy online?

    Yes.

    But it’s just his son and one of his closest advisers, right?

    Nope.


    Just curious: Who else is in this photo?

    Notably, conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, who believes the government was behind the 9/11 (and that Newtown was “completely fake”), and Breitbart’s Milo Yiannopoulos, whose racism and bigotry is so egregious that Twitter banned him from using their site.

    This is horrifying.

    Yes.
     

    Replies: @Anonym, @Jack D, @Anonymous

    Is Jones still an active 9/11 truther? I don’t frequent Infowars, but my impression has been that he moved on long ago to pastures greener.

  82. @countenance
    Make immigration comprehensive again!

    I need comprehensive immigration reform. You need comprehensive immigration reform. He needs comprehensive immigration reform. She needs comprehensive immigration reform. Xe needs comprehensive immigration reform. Non-binary gender non-conforming genderqueers need comprehensive immigration reform. Everybody needs comprehensive immigration reform. Because comprehensive immigration reform is more important than life, water, food and oxygen themselves.

    I am a strong, solid advocate for good, clean, top flight, top drawer, strong, solid, robust, common sense, solid as a rock, solid as they come, desperately needed, way overdue, humanitarian, compassion-based comprehensive immigration reform. The kind of immigration reform that melts in your mouth, not in your hand. The kind of immigration reform that plumps when you cook it. The kind of immigration reform that just makes you feel good and shout for joy for a job well done.

    Comprehensive immigration reform will raise wages and salaries, strengthen national security, prevent terrorism, enhance our domestic crime-fighting ability, ensure that we continue to encourage the best and brightest to partake of the American dream, enhance our competitiveness and our ability to innovate, and make America more prosperous.

    Comprehensive immigration reform will make the economy more fair and equitable, help clean and preserve our environment, bolster Social Security and Medicare, aid the cause of reproductive rights and LGBT rights, drive a stake through the heart of bigotry and discrimination, guarantee social justice for all, and make America more vibrant and diverse.

    It will also make immigration more comprehensive.

    The reason I advocate comprehensive immigration reform over other ideas is that I checked out the other ideas, and they just aren't comprehensive, they just don't do it for me in the comprehensiveness department. I really like the comprehensive nature of comprehensive immigration reform. The best part of comprehensive immigration reform is its comprehensiveness. With comprehensive immigration reform, I'll be a'comprehensivin. My ultimate goal with immigration reform is to be comprehensiver than thou.

    I also have a soft spot in my heart for things that are comprehensive. From a little boy, I remember sitting at our dinner table many evenings, and my father would point his finger straight at me and give me a stern look, and he told me that if I ever got a chance to screw over the goyim, to do it completely and (his own word) "comprehensively." He was adamant that I not waste any golden or silver or green opportunities. I'm glad to say that I'm finally living up to my father's expectations. For his most recent birthday present, I had a wooden ventriloquist style caricature doll of myself made, and I call the doll Marc de la Comprehensiva. It's his third favorite possession in the whole world, his second is his 1978 Lincoln Town Car which he hopes will run forever, and his first is his gold plated Talmud.

    The other kinds of immigration reform are also dangerous, because they rely on rhetoric such as "round them up and deport them all," "build walls," "make America great again." That's the kind of rhetoric that reminds me of Nazi Germany, and the Nazis gassed all ten of my grandmas to death at Auschwitz. Ten grandmas here, ten grandmas there, and that's how you roll that odometer up to six million. It's why internationally respected scholars and researchers like Glenn Beck have concluded that the Presidential candidates who spew that kind of rhetoric are exactly like Hitler. They all run around bragging about their puny putrid pitiful little $10 billion fortunes, when the truth of the matter is that they took years to make that kind of money, I made my much larger $50 billion fortune almost overnight. And I mean that literally, because I often wake up and find out I'm worth a few billion more than when I went to sleep. Their fortunes are in old fashioned relics of the past, fuddy duddy stuff like buildings and real estate, and my fortune is in the asset of the future, Facebook stock. They had to make their money the old fashioned way, by earning it, and I made my fortune the new modern progressive way, scamming half the world to give me all their personal information in their tawdry pursuit for their cheap fifteen minutes of fame, so I can turn right around and sell it to Madison Avenue, the Mossad and the NSA. I made my money while I'm still young enough to enjoy spending it to break the back of the goyim.

    Thanks for letting me monetize your lives, by and by.

    (Did you know that Adolph Hitler was the Hilter of Germany? He was just like Hitler. The German National Socialist Workers Party was nothing but a bunch of Nazis.)

    When I think of comprehensive immigration reform, I think of the only antitode to an ill that has been ailing me for quite some time. You see, some cartoon frog follows me around everywhere I go throwing parentheses at me, and that damned Peter Thiel is way off in the back somewhere pointing his finger at me and laughing at me. The lack of comprehensive immigration reform is taxing my mental health.

    Sometimes, the other kinds of immigration reform wind up being scams. They promise to be comprehensive, but when you look at what you get, they wind up leaving out a lot of the comprehensiveness. Worse than that, you might get the full 100% comprehensiveness at first, but like a thief in the night, they break in and steal a lot of the comprehensiveness. That's not the Marc Zuckurburg way, the fully comprehensive way. IEEE, ANSI and UL have certified a less than one ppb impurity ratio of the comprehensiveness in my immigration reform. I'm so nice that I'll even throw in some extra added bonus comprehensiveness, 25% more free, no extra charge. I also guarantee the comprehensiveness in my immigration reform with a 7 year 70,000 mile limited powertrain warranty that also protects you from rust and corrosion. It covers you from bumper to bumper. It's the best warranty in the immigration reform business.

    This is why poll after poll shows that people support comprehensive solutions to our immigration problems, instead of genocidal solutions that have Nazi rhetoric as their foundations, or solutions bereft of comprehensiveness. It's why more and more people are giving up silly hobbies like diddling around with fishing lures, or telescopes, or collecting stamps, or sleeping, and joining in Marc's Comprehensive Corps. People know that middle class greed hurts billionaires in need. What's mine is mine, what's yours will soon be mine. People know that source code is literally rotting in the fields. People know not to turn "corporate greed" into a pejorative, because I wouldn't be where I am today, and I wouldn't be the putz I am today without corporate greed. I fly my corporate greed flag high, tall and proud.

    Our struggle for comprehensive immigration reform is a righteous, albeit arduous. Very difficult, a very steep mountain to climb. The forces of reaction and xenophobia are well funded, their four organizations all have bank accounts that run well into the hundreds of dollars. In contrast, all we have to work with are most billionaires, most corporations, almost all of Hollywood and Silicon Valley, almost all of academia, and a majority of the full force of the Federal government, and the full sympathy of the current Federal executive branch. We are locked in a real Goliath versus David struggle to speak power to truth. But the crusade led by the privileged, rich, organized and powerful against the dispossessed, broke, unorganized and weak is indeed on the right side of history in the current year, all we can hope for is that we wake up every morning surrounded by our fifteen morning servants to remind us that we have made it to live to fight another day. I know I'm on the right side of history, and that history will judge all of you to be deficient and derelict, because I have bought all the historians.

    Even if I didn't buy all the historians, I am well versed in history in my own right. After all, I may have been a college dropout, but I did get an A in Taking Over and Ruling the World 101 at Harvard. Wherein we were taught that Hitler was born in Bensonhurst, was Donald Trump's father's best childhood friend, and the Holocaust was the worst tragedy of the 1960s, until Martin Luther King rose up and single handedly stopped it, and freed all the remaining Jewish prisoners and slaves from the Auschwitz prison camp in Nebraska. Hitler got his: He was sentenced to prison for the rest of his life, and he died on Alactraz in 1979.

    But if my plans fail, and my wife starts snitching to the Securities and Exchange Commission, as she has threatened to do several times when I say I'm going to buy her any more shoes, I'll have to hot foot it and be on the next red eye to my secret condo and my secret bank account with a few billion stashed aside in my extradition-free tax haven in southeast Asia. If I ever seem to go off the grid, that's where I'll be.

    It's also why, in spite of the fact that I know my bad reputation precedes me, for example, I keep hearing everyone behind my back calling me a two-faced ****weasel, and those are just the people that work for me, and are related to me, and are close friends of me, and also my wife, and those were also the first words out of my kid's mouth, and also, for some reason I can't figure out, people who know me for long enough wind up saying things behind my back like "Maybe Hitler had a point," "Maybe I should give Hitler a second look," and cruel things like that, I want to assure all of you that my support for comprehensive immigration reform is pure and genuine. I will never betray the cause, I will always be loyal, solid as a rock, dependable. So much so that I beg you that when you think of comprehensive immigration reform, you should instantly think of me, the great Marc Zuckurburg.

    It's also why more and more people are saying every day, and you should too:

    Make my immigration reform comprehensive, please!

    Replies: @Jack D, @Laugh Track, @countenance, @countenance, @Mark Eugenikos, @Pat Hannagan

    So much so that I beg you that when you think of comprehensive immigration reform, you should instantly think of me, the great Marc Zuckurburg.

    That won’t be a problem. Whenever I think of comprehensive immigration reform, not only will I be thinking about you, I will be looking directly at you.

    With every dart I throw.

    Stay classy, Marc.

  83. @countenance
    Make immigration comprehensive again!

    I need comprehensive immigration reform. You need comprehensive immigration reform. He needs comprehensive immigration reform. She needs comprehensive immigration reform. Xe needs comprehensive immigration reform. Non-binary gender non-conforming genderqueers need comprehensive immigration reform. Everybody needs comprehensive immigration reform. Because comprehensive immigration reform is more important than life, water, food and oxygen themselves.

    I am a strong, solid advocate for good, clean, top flight, top drawer, strong, solid, robust, common sense, solid as a rock, solid as they come, desperately needed, way overdue, humanitarian, compassion-based comprehensive immigration reform. The kind of immigration reform that melts in your mouth, not in your hand. The kind of immigration reform that plumps when you cook it. The kind of immigration reform that just makes you feel good and shout for joy for a job well done.

    Comprehensive immigration reform will raise wages and salaries, strengthen national security, prevent terrorism, enhance our domestic crime-fighting ability, ensure that we continue to encourage the best and brightest to partake of the American dream, enhance our competitiveness and our ability to innovate, and make America more prosperous.

    Comprehensive immigration reform will make the economy more fair and equitable, help clean and preserve our environment, bolster Social Security and Medicare, aid the cause of reproductive rights and LGBT rights, drive a stake through the heart of bigotry and discrimination, guarantee social justice for all, and make America more vibrant and diverse.

    It will also make immigration more comprehensive.

    The reason I advocate comprehensive immigration reform over other ideas is that I checked out the other ideas, and they just aren't comprehensive, they just don't do it for me in the comprehensiveness department. I really like the comprehensive nature of comprehensive immigration reform. The best part of comprehensive immigration reform is its comprehensiveness. With comprehensive immigration reform, I'll be a'comprehensivin. My ultimate goal with immigration reform is to be comprehensiver than thou.

    I also have a soft spot in my heart for things that are comprehensive. From a little boy, I remember sitting at our dinner table many evenings, and my father would point his finger straight at me and give me a stern look, and he told me that if I ever got a chance to screw over the goyim, to do it completely and (his own word) "comprehensively." He was adamant that I not waste any golden or silver or green opportunities. I'm glad to say that I'm finally living up to my father's expectations. For his most recent birthday present, I had a wooden ventriloquist style caricature doll of myself made, and I call the doll Marc de la Comprehensiva. It's his third favorite possession in the whole world, his second is his 1978 Lincoln Town Car which he hopes will run forever, and his first is his gold plated Talmud.

    The other kinds of immigration reform are also dangerous, because they rely on rhetoric such as "round them up and deport them all," "build walls," "make America great again." That's the kind of rhetoric that reminds me of Nazi Germany, and the Nazis gassed all ten of my grandmas to death at Auschwitz. Ten grandmas here, ten grandmas there, and that's how you roll that odometer up to six million. It's why internationally respected scholars and researchers like Glenn Beck have concluded that the Presidential candidates who spew that kind of rhetoric are exactly like Hitler. They all run around bragging about their puny putrid pitiful little $10 billion fortunes, when the truth of the matter is that they took years to make that kind of money, I made my much larger $50 billion fortune almost overnight. And I mean that literally, because I often wake up and find out I'm worth a few billion more than when I went to sleep. Their fortunes are in old fashioned relics of the past, fuddy duddy stuff like buildings and real estate, and my fortune is in the asset of the future, Facebook stock. They had to make their money the old fashioned way, by earning it, and I made my fortune the new modern progressive way, scamming half the world to give me all their personal information in their tawdry pursuit for their cheap fifteen minutes of fame, so I can turn right around and sell it to Madison Avenue, the Mossad and the NSA. I made my money while I'm still young enough to enjoy spending it to break the back of the goyim.

    Thanks for letting me monetize your lives, by and by.

    (Did you know that Adolph Hitler was the Hilter of Germany? He was just like Hitler. The German National Socialist Workers Party was nothing but a bunch of Nazis.)

    When I think of comprehensive immigration reform, I think of the only antitode to an ill that has been ailing me for quite some time. You see, some cartoon frog follows me around everywhere I go throwing parentheses at me, and that damned Peter Thiel is way off in the back somewhere pointing his finger at me and laughing at me. The lack of comprehensive immigration reform is taxing my mental health.

    Sometimes, the other kinds of immigration reform wind up being scams. They promise to be comprehensive, but when you look at what you get, they wind up leaving out a lot of the comprehensiveness. Worse than that, you might get the full 100% comprehensiveness at first, but like a thief in the night, they break in and steal a lot of the comprehensiveness. That's not the Marc Zuckurburg way, the fully comprehensive way. IEEE, ANSI and UL have certified a less than one ppb impurity ratio of the comprehensiveness in my immigration reform. I'm so nice that I'll even throw in some extra added bonus comprehensiveness, 25% more free, no extra charge. I also guarantee the comprehensiveness in my immigration reform with a 7 year 70,000 mile limited powertrain warranty that also protects you from rust and corrosion. It covers you from bumper to bumper. It's the best warranty in the immigration reform business.

    This is why poll after poll shows that people support comprehensive solutions to our immigration problems, instead of genocidal solutions that have Nazi rhetoric as their foundations, or solutions bereft of comprehensiveness. It's why more and more people are giving up silly hobbies like diddling around with fishing lures, or telescopes, or collecting stamps, or sleeping, and joining in Marc's Comprehensive Corps. People know that middle class greed hurts billionaires in need. What's mine is mine, what's yours will soon be mine. People know that source code is literally rotting in the fields. People know not to turn "corporate greed" into a pejorative, because I wouldn't be where I am today, and I wouldn't be the putz I am today without corporate greed. I fly my corporate greed flag high, tall and proud.

    Our struggle for comprehensive immigration reform is a righteous, albeit arduous. Very difficult, a very steep mountain to climb. The forces of reaction and xenophobia are well funded, their four organizations all have bank accounts that run well into the hundreds of dollars. In contrast, all we have to work with are most billionaires, most corporations, almost all of Hollywood and Silicon Valley, almost all of academia, and a majority of the full force of the Federal government, and the full sympathy of the current Federal executive branch. We are locked in a real Goliath versus David struggle to speak power to truth. But the crusade led by the privileged, rich, organized and powerful against the dispossessed, broke, unorganized and weak is indeed on the right side of history in the current year, all we can hope for is that we wake up every morning surrounded by our fifteen morning servants to remind us that we have made it to live to fight another day. I know I'm on the right side of history, and that history will judge all of you to be deficient and derelict, because I have bought all the historians.

    Even if I didn't buy all the historians, I am well versed in history in my own right. After all, I may have been a college dropout, but I did get an A in Taking Over and Ruling the World 101 at Harvard. Wherein we were taught that Hitler was born in Bensonhurst, was Donald Trump's father's best childhood friend, and the Holocaust was the worst tragedy of the 1960s, until Martin Luther King rose up and single handedly stopped it, and freed all the remaining Jewish prisoners and slaves from the Auschwitz prison camp in Nebraska. Hitler got his: He was sentenced to prison for the rest of his life, and he died on Alactraz in 1979.

    But if my plans fail, and my wife starts snitching to the Securities and Exchange Commission, as she has threatened to do several times when I say I'm going to buy her any more shoes, I'll have to hot foot it and be on the next red eye to my secret condo and my secret bank account with a few billion stashed aside in my extradition-free tax haven in southeast Asia. If I ever seem to go off the grid, that's where I'll be.

    It's also why, in spite of the fact that I know my bad reputation precedes me, for example, I keep hearing everyone behind my back calling me a two-faced ****weasel, and those are just the people that work for me, and are related to me, and are close friends of me, and also my wife, and those were also the first words out of my kid's mouth, and also, for some reason I can't figure out, people who know me for long enough wind up saying things behind my back like "Maybe Hitler had a point," "Maybe I should give Hitler a second look," and cruel things like that, I want to assure all of you that my support for comprehensive immigration reform is pure and genuine. I will never betray the cause, I will always be loyal, solid as a rock, dependable. So much so that I beg you that when you think of comprehensive immigration reform, you should instantly think of me, the great Marc Zuckurburg.

    It's also why more and more people are saying every day, and you should too:

    Make my immigration reform comprehensive, please!

    Replies: @Jack D, @Laugh Track, @countenance, @countenance, @Mark Eugenikos, @Pat Hannagan

    Our struggle for comprehensive immigration reform is a righteous, albeit arduous. Very difficult, a very steep mountain to climb. The forces of reaction and xenophobia are well funded, their four organizations all have bank accounts that run well into the hundreds of dollars. In contrast, all we have to work with are most billionaires, most corporations, almost all of Hollywood and Silicon Valley, almost all of academia, and a majority of the full force of the Federal government, and the full sympathy of the current Federal executive branch. We are locked in a real Goliath versus David struggle to speak power to truth. But the crusade led by the privileged, rich, organized and powerful against the dispossessed, broke, unorganized and weak is indeed on the right side of history in the current year, all we can hope for is that we wake up every morning surrounded by our fifteen morning servants to remind us that we have made it to live to fight another day.

    As I write this response, Rush is talking about some pro-immigration conservative conference in D.C., wherein Frank Sharry and Linda Chavez griped about “the river of money” behind “anti-immigrant organizations.” It’s as if these people have no shame and don’t grasp the irony.

  84. @Clyde
    Hillary and her surrogates can rattle on about this so called Pepe and the alt-right but 99% of her high-low coalition will only be confused and not get what the fuss is about. These Hillary stooges are wasting their time unless they are somehow getting paid to bloviate.
    If-when Trump get elected then it will be a different story with the Dems having plenty of time and money to try and tar DJT with alleged alt-right racism, trans LGBT phobia, Muslim phobia, Samoan, Micronesians and Aleutian Islanders phobias and so on.

    Replies: @Forbes, @RonaldB

    unless they are somehow getting paid to bloviate.

    Bingo.

    As a culture, we’ve been reduced to an information media where attention-seeking with the biggest spectacle is all that matters. A time where emotional feelz weighs more than reasoned discourse, and life has been reduced to process (winning or losing) rather than the substantive (fundamental conditions). A world where activity is measured, and preferred, while achievement is waved-off as luck or privilege–or ill-gotten.

  85. @Thin-Skinned Masta-Beta
    From 4Chan to Elizabeth Chan... Are they perhaps related?

    Regarding the frog, Pepe...

    It's a frog, Hillary, kiss him and he becomes a Prince!

    ____

    Frogs can't be Nazis, those are Krauts. Frogs are French; everybody knows that.

    Replies: @fish, @Kylie

    Perhaps the green “thing” trying to escape during one of Hillarys coughing fits was Pepe?

  86. @Steve Sailer
    @fox

    Obama is a Muslimist, in the way that basketball coach Steve Kerr's father Malcolm Kerr was an Arabist:

    http://takimag.com/article/making_sense_of_obama_the_muslimist_steve_sailer/print#axzz3mLQQTP7L

    Replies: @Anonymous, @WorkingClass, @Forbes, @Glossy

    I dunno. Was Malcolm Kerr born to an Arab, or Arabist? The answer would appear to be “no.”

    Barack Obama was born to a Muslim. What does Islamic doctrine say about the child born to a Muslim?

  87. Apparently, there is no need for a replacement– merely for the proper antidote:

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/early-lead/wp/2016/09/12/the-man-who-discovered-cte-thinks-hillary-clinton-may-have-been-poisoned/

    (If I were Roger Goodell, I might want to ask for a second opinion, right about now…!?!?!)

    • Replies: @Peripatetic commenter
    @D. K.

    Ahhh, covering their bases, I see.

    If she does expire, then they can claim Putin was meddling in the election for Trump and ...

    Of course, they have already declared that it was Pneumonia, so I guess they have to throw one of the doctors under the bus.

    Replies: @Tex

    , @Paul Mendez
    @D. K.

    Suspicion that Putin has poisoned a major candidate for the US presidency sure sounds like a legitimate reason to declare a Special State of Emergency, suspend the elections and extend Obama's term in office until the crisis has been resolved.

    , @Brutusale
    @D. K.

    Roger Goodell has other things to worry about. He's in the bunker plotting right now.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3kd_Kgckn9I&feature=share

  88. @fox
    @Lot

    most altrighters fail to realise that trump is pretty pro gay.

    Replies: @AndrewR, @Jefferson, @fnn, @Desiderius, @Broski

    most altrighters fail to realise that trump is pretty pro gay.

    Oh, they know. It’s called triage.

  89. @fox
    @Jefferson

    Obama is not a Muslim.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Some Economist, @Desiderius, @Paul Mendez, @Jack Hanson

    Obama is not a Muslim.

    Close enough for government work.

  90. @Anonymous
    Uh, by using the logic of the Vox piece posted yesterday we can simplify and cut right to chase.

    Answer: if Hillary drops out WE NEED TO INTERROGATE THE BLINDSPOT CREATED BY WHITENESS.

    These same executives reportedly see Kaepernick as a “traitor.” The vitriol highlights how diversity is hollow without a commitment to interrogating blind spots created by whiteness and a dedication to fostering societal transformation.

    See how all the answers are right there in front of you, comrade?

    Replies: @Forbes

    I always get hung up on that “fostering social transformation” part.

    Wouldn’t a manure spreader work better?

  91. @D. K.
    Apparently, there is no need for a replacement-- merely for the proper antidote:

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/early-lead/wp/2016/09/12/the-man-who-discovered-cte-thinks-hillary-clinton-may-have-been-poisoned/

    (If I were Roger Goodell, I might want to ask for a second opinion, right about now...!?!?!)

    Replies: @Peripatetic commenter, @Paul Mendez, @Brutusale

    Ahhh, covering their bases, I see.

    If she does expire, then they can claim Putin was meddling in the election for Trump and …

    Of course, they have already declared that it was Pneumonia, so I guess they have to throw one of the doctors under the bus.

    • Replies: @Tex
    @Peripatetic commenter


    Of course, they have already declared that it was Pneumonia, so I guess they have to throw one of the doctors under the bus.
     
    Paging Dr. Zinoviev, Dr. Kamenev, Dr. Zinoviev...

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doctors%27_plot
  92. @Lot
    People talk about Trump doing well with the WWC, but nobody ever mentions just how much Trump has completely united the large internet troll community. 4chaners always have loved shock-racism, but were also militantly social liberal (pro-gay, anti-religion, etc).

    They saw in Trump's tweets that possibility of a like-minded individual becoming the leader of the free world and are giddy at the prospect.

    The whole process of joining the reactionary right began a bit before Trump with things like GamerGate and Milo's full-time trolling of angry THAT'S NOT FUNNY campus leftists.

    Showing their former non-partisan nature, 4channers hacked into Palin's yahoo account and dumped large numbers of her e-mails in which she did not look particularly intelligent. (Before a completely dump could happen, someone else on 4chan changed her password and locked out everyone else.)

    Replies: @Jefferson, @fox, @Anonymous, @Broski

    You’re conflating the early 4chan community with the more recent sub-groups and communities within 4chan like the /pol/ board. The former are socially liberal, while the latter are not.

    • Replies: @ogunsiron
    @Anonymous

    TRS is not really socially liberal. They have a real hard time with flamboyant gays like Milo but they work with quiet gays like Greg Johnson, from what I can see. I think a willingness to accept quiet gays and an uneasyness with flaming queens is a very common take on the GQ on the alt-right.

  93. @Steve Sailer
    @fox

    Obama is a Muslimist, in the way that basketball coach Steve Kerr's father Malcolm Kerr was an Arabist:

    http://takimag.com/article/making_sense_of_obama_the_muslimist_steve_sailer/print#axzz3mLQQTP7L

    Replies: @Anonymous, @WorkingClass, @Forbes, @Glossy

    I doubt very much that Obama knows anything about the culture or politics of any Muslim countries. I’m certain that he doesn’t speak any of their languages.

    The reason that he’s resisted the neocons to some extent is that he’s black. Colin Powell was against the Iraq Attaq behind the scenes too. Blacks are allowed to be ethnocentric, and Middle Eastern wars do not benefit them in any way. They don’t benefit whites either, but whites aren’t allowed to think in such “selfish” terms.

    If the powers that be understood this point, they’re not going to pick Corey Booker if Hillary needs to be replaced.

  94. @Thea
    A cottage industry of Deplorables Pepe shirts needs to spring up.

    Replies: @Peripatetic commenter

    It will.

  95. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    Part of Steve’s schtick is to downplay and ignore the far-right, neo-Nazi elements that have increasing influence on the right and on political discourse. He doesn’t want to alienate this segment, while at the same time he still wants to appear moderate and respectable. There’s also some self-deception involved.

    He does this with the left too, for example, when he dismisses certain leftists for being motivated simply by their grandparents’ access to country clubs or something.

    • Replies: @Anonym
    @Anonymous

    Part of Steve’s schtick is to downplay and ignore the far-right, neo-Nazi elements that have increasing influence on the right and on political discourse. He doesn’t want to alienate this segment, while at the same time he still wants to appear moderate and respectable. There’s also some self-deception involved.

    True neo-Nazis are practically only found in a couple places. Under your bed, and on FBI payrolls. There certainly are WNs. Some are anti-Semitic. A lot of their criticism is valid. Frankly none of this would have happened if certain people, as you put it, had chosen to respect the social contract that living amongst their hosts entailed. Like for example, not implementing Hart Cellar and race replacing us. This is reversible though.

    Steve is only doing what countless lefty journalists have done over the years - fail to criticize the more extreme elements of his partisan side. BFD.

    Replies: @Jack D

    , @Broski
    @Anonymous

    BS. Until Hillary mentioned the alt right the public consciousness didn't even acknowledge it existed, and only acknowledged the existence of "skinheads" and "racists" to the right of Mitt Romney.

    Steve doesn't need to disassociate himself from a barely existent bogeyman, racists and the "KKK", the elite zeitgeist uses to obscure a real movement with a rigorous intellectual foundation.

  96. How long before one of Hillary’s virtue-signaling stooges pilfers The Deplorables meme and replaces the Alt Right faces flanking Mr. Trump with a bevy of Klan hoods? – or with the faces of Hitler, Göring, Göbbels, Heydrich, Eichmann, Hess, Himmler, Dylann Roof – and, in place of Pepe, the face of Marshall Pétain or Vidkun Quisling?

  97. @Paul Walker Most beautiful man ever...
    Pretty smart move by the Hillary Org to bring up the green frog. Online austistes and spergs get all excited and neglect #SickHillary.

    Replies: @Kylie

    “Pretty smart move by the Hillary Org to bring up the green frog. Online austistes and spergs get all excited and neglect #SickHillary.”

    True. But I’m delighted to see the Daily Mail is still asking questions about Hillary’s latest “medical episode”.

    I’m sure that’s partly because they’re journalistic sharks scenting blood in the election waters. But also, IIRC, they noted the other day that prior to 9/11, Team Hillary had refused to answer questions they put about her health. That was a good example of how stupid Team Hillary is.

  98. @countenance
    Make immigration comprehensive again!

    I need comprehensive immigration reform. You need comprehensive immigration reform. He needs comprehensive immigration reform. She needs comprehensive immigration reform. Xe needs comprehensive immigration reform. Non-binary gender non-conforming genderqueers need comprehensive immigration reform. Everybody needs comprehensive immigration reform. Because comprehensive immigration reform is more important than life, water, food and oxygen themselves.

    I am a strong, solid advocate for good, clean, top flight, top drawer, strong, solid, robust, common sense, solid as a rock, solid as they come, desperately needed, way overdue, humanitarian, compassion-based comprehensive immigration reform. The kind of immigration reform that melts in your mouth, not in your hand. The kind of immigration reform that plumps when you cook it. The kind of immigration reform that just makes you feel good and shout for joy for a job well done.

    Comprehensive immigration reform will raise wages and salaries, strengthen national security, prevent terrorism, enhance our domestic crime-fighting ability, ensure that we continue to encourage the best and brightest to partake of the American dream, enhance our competitiveness and our ability to innovate, and make America more prosperous.

    Comprehensive immigration reform will make the economy more fair and equitable, help clean and preserve our environment, bolster Social Security and Medicare, aid the cause of reproductive rights and LGBT rights, drive a stake through the heart of bigotry and discrimination, guarantee social justice for all, and make America more vibrant and diverse.

    It will also make immigration more comprehensive.

    The reason I advocate comprehensive immigration reform over other ideas is that I checked out the other ideas, and they just aren't comprehensive, they just don't do it for me in the comprehensiveness department. I really like the comprehensive nature of comprehensive immigration reform. The best part of comprehensive immigration reform is its comprehensiveness. With comprehensive immigration reform, I'll be a'comprehensivin. My ultimate goal with immigration reform is to be comprehensiver than thou.

    I also have a soft spot in my heart for things that are comprehensive. From a little boy, I remember sitting at our dinner table many evenings, and my father would point his finger straight at me and give me a stern look, and he told me that if I ever got a chance to screw over the goyim, to do it completely and (his own word) "comprehensively." He was adamant that I not waste any golden or silver or green opportunities. I'm glad to say that I'm finally living up to my father's expectations. For his most recent birthday present, I had a wooden ventriloquist style caricature doll of myself made, and I call the doll Marc de la Comprehensiva. It's his third favorite possession in the whole world, his second is his 1978 Lincoln Town Car which he hopes will run forever, and his first is his gold plated Talmud.

    The other kinds of immigration reform are also dangerous, because they rely on rhetoric such as "round them up and deport them all," "build walls," "make America great again." That's the kind of rhetoric that reminds me of Nazi Germany, and the Nazis gassed all ten of my grandmas to death at Auschwitz. Ten grandmas here, ten grandmas there, and that's how you roll that odometer up to six million. It's why internationally respected scholars and researchers like Glenn Beck have concluded that the Presidential candidates who spew that kind of rhetoric are exactly like Hitler. They all run around bragging about their puny putrid pitiful little $10 billion fortunes, when the truth of the matter is that they took years to make that kind of money, I made my much larger $50 billion fortune almost overnight. And I mean that literally, because I often wake up and find out I'm worth a few billion more than when I went to sleep. Their fortunes are in old fashioned relics of the past, fuddy duddy stuff like buildings and real estate, and my fortune is in the asset of the future, Facebook stock. They had to make their money the old fashioned way, by earning it, and I made my fortune the new modern progressive way, scamming half the world to give me all their personal information in their tawdry pursuit for their cheap fifteen minutes of fame, so I can turn right around and sell it to Madison Avenue, the Mossad and the NSA. I made my money while I'm still young enough to enjoy spending it to break the back of the goyim.

    Thanks for letting me monetize your lives, by and by.

    (Did you know that Adolph Hitler was the Hilter of Germany? He was just like Hitler. The German National Socialist Workers Party was nothing but a bunch of Nazis.)

    When I think of comprehensive immigration reform, I think of the only antitode to an ill that has been ailing me for quite some time. You see, some cartoon frog follows me around everywhere I go throwing parentheses at me, and that damned Peter Thiel is way off in the back somewhere pointing his finger at me and laughing at me. The lack of comprehensive immigration reform is taxing my mental health.

    Sometimes, the other kinds of immigration reform wind up being scams. They promise to be comprehensive, but when you look at what you get, they wind up leaving out a lot of the comprehensiveness. Worse than that, you might get the full 100% comprehensiveness at first, but like a thief in the night, they break in and steal a lot of the comprehensiveness. That's not the Marc Zuckurburg way, the fully comprehensive way. IEEE, ANSI and UL have certified a less than one ppb impurity ratio of the comprehensiveness in my immigration reform. I'm so nice that I'll even throw in some extra added bonus comprehensiveness, 25% more free, no extra charge. I also guarantee the comprehensiveness in my immigration reform with a 7 year 70,000 mile limited powertrain warranty that also protects you from rust and corrosion. It covers you from bumper to bumper. It's the best warranty in the immigration reform business.

    This is why poll after poll shows that people support comprehensive solutions to our immigration problems, instead of genocidal solutions that have Nazi rhetoric as their foundations, or solutions bereft of comprehensiveness. It's why more and more people are giving up silly hobbies like diddling around with fishing lures, or telescopes, or collecting stamps, or sleeping, and joining in Marc's Comprehensive Corps. People know that middle class greed hurts billionaires in need. What's mine is mine, what's yours will soon be mine. People know that source code is literally rotting in the fields. People know not to turn "corporate greed" into a pejorative, because I wouldn't be where I am today, and I wouldn't be the putz I am today without corporate greed. I fly my corporate greed flag high, tall and proud.

    Our struggle for comprehensive immigration reform is a righteous, albeit arduous. Very difficult, a very steep mountain to climb. The forces of reaction and xenophobia are well funded, their four organizations all have bank accounts that run well into the hundreds of dollars. In contrast, all we have to work with are most billionaires, most corporations, almost all of Hollywood and Silicon Valley, almost all of academia, and a majority of the full force of the Federal government, and the full sympathy of the current Federal executive branch. We are locked in a real Goliath versus David struggle to speak power to truth. But the crusade led by the privileged, rich, organized and powerful against the dispossessed, broke, unorganized and weak is indeed on the right side of history in the current year, all we can hope for is that we wake up every morning surrounded by our fifteen morning servants to remind us that we have made it to live to fight another day. I know I'm on the right side of history, and that history will judge all of you to be deficient and derelict, because I have bought all the historians.

    Even if I didn't buy all the historians, I am well versed in history in my own right. After all, I may have been a college dropout, but I did get an A in Taking Over and Ruling the World 101 at Harvard. Wherein we were taught that Hitler was born in Bensonhurst, was Donald Trump's father's best childhood friend, and the Holocaust was the worst tragedy of the 1960s, until Martin Luther King rose up and single handedly stopped it, and freed all the remaining Jewish prisoners and slaves from the Auschwitz prison camp in Nebraska. Hitler got his: He was sentenced to prison for the rest of his life, and he died on Alactraz in 1979.

    But if my plans fail, and my wife starts snitching to the Securities and Exchange Commission, as she has threatened to do several times when I say I'm going to buy her any more shoes, I'll have to hot foot it and be on the next red eye to my secret condo and my secret bank account with a few billion stashed aside in my extradition-free tax haven in southeast Asia. If I ever seem to go off the grid, that's where I'll be.

    It's also why, in spite of the fact that I know my bad reputation precedes me, for example, I keep hearing everyone behind my back calling me a two-faced ****weasel, and those are just the people that work for me, and are related to me, and are close friends of me, and also my wife, and those were also the first words out of my kid's mouth, and also, for some reason I can't figure out, people who know me for long enough wind up saying things behind my back like "Maybe Hitler had a point," "Maybe I should give Hitler a second look," and cruel things like that, I want to assure all of you that my support for comprehensive immigration reform is pure and genuine. I will never betray the cause, I will always be loyal, solid as a rock, dependable. So much so that I beg you that when you think of comprehensive immigration reform, you should instantly think of me, the great Marc Zuckurburg.

    It's also why more and more people are saying every day, and you should too:

    Make my immigration reform comprehensive, please!

    Replies: @Jack D, @Laugh Track, @countenance, @countenance, @Mark Eugenikos, @Pat Hannagan

    I hope you write satire for living; this is the funniest essay I’ve read in a long time. Almost choked on my green tea a few times.

    • Replies: @countenance
    @Mark Eugenikos

    People call me an Alt-Right troll from Chicago, but in reality, I'm much more than that. I stole someone else's idea for a world-changing social network, passed it off as my own, and now, I'm this close to omnipotence, omniscience, omnipresence and immortality. All I need to make it happen is comprehensive immigration reform. At least that's what a building full of Jewish lawyers who write my immigration spiels and speeches for me have told me.

  99. @D. K.
    Apparently, there is no need for a replacement-- merely for the proper antidote:

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/early-lead/wp/2016/09/12/the-man-who-discovered-cte-thinks-hillary-clinton-may-have-been-poisoned/

    (If I were Roger Goodell, I might want to ask for a second opinion, right about now...!?!?!)

    Replies: @Peripatetic commenter, @Paul Mendez, @Brutusale

    Suspicion that Putin has poisoned a major candidate for the US presidency sure sounds like a legitimate reason to declare a Special State of Emergency, suspend the elections and extend Obama’s term in office until the crisis has been resolved.

  100. @fox
    @Jefferson

    Obama is not a Muslim.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Some Economist, @Desiderius, @Paul Mendez, @Jack Hanson

    Obama almost certainly is a Moslem.

    He was born to a Moslem father (if you believe him). He was raised by a Moslem stepfather in Moslem Indonesia and went to a Moslem madrasah as a young boy. It’s hard to believe that while at the madrasah he did not recite the Moslem Testimony of Faith (Shahada). Anyone who recites the Shahada with conviction and understanding has become a Muslim.

    Of course, it’s possible that Obama abandoned his Moslem faith and became a Christian. But that would make him an apostate and in need of having his head chopped off.

    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob
    @Paul Mendez

    We can hope.

  101. @Jefferson
    @fox

    "most altrighters fail to realise that trump is pretty pro gay."

    If Alt-Righters wanted an anti-Gay candidate to go up against Crooked Hildabeast they should have voted for Rick Santorum, Ted Cruz, or Mike Huckabee. No White person from New York City hates Homosexuals, not even White Republican New Yorkers.

    Replies: @The preferred nomenclature is...

    Those gentlemen you named don’t hate homosexuals (not gay, let’s take the English language back), but it is plainly obvious homosexuals and their apologists do hate them. Please take your views to the HuffPoo where they will be “celebrated”.

    The men you named have tried to defend Civilization from the corrosive effects of perversion. Therefore, according to your “logic” they are “haters”.

  102. @Thin-Skinned Masta-Beta
    From 4Chan to Elizabeth Chan... Are they perhaps related?

    Regarding the frog, Pepe...

    It's a frog, Hillary, kiss him and he becomes a Prince!

    ____

    Frogs can't be Nazis, those are Krauts. Frogs are French; everybody knows that.

    Replies: @fish, @Kylie

    “It’s a frog, Hillary, kiss him and he becomes a Prince!”

    She may have to get the kiss of life from him.

  103. @fnn
    @fox

    "most altrighters fail to realise that trump is pretty pro gay."

    It's mostly lefties who don't get that. The ones who for years have believed that the "right-wing conspiracy" is controlled by a coalition of the Koch brothers and the Christian fundamentalists.

    Replies: @Lot, @yaqub the mad scientist

    Koch Bro organziations are full of gays and one of them is on the board of NYC art organizations. One of their brothers who lost the fight for control of the their father’s organization is gay as well. Poor guy was only left with $2 billion rather than $30 billion.

  104. @Paul Mendez
    @fox

    Obama almost certainly is a Moslem.

    He was born to a Moslem father (if you believe him). He was raised by a Moslem stepfather in Moslem Indonesia and went to a Moslem madrasah as a young boy. It's hard to believe that while at the madrasah he did not recite the Moslem Testimony of Faith (Shahada). Anyone who recites the Shahada with conviction and understanding has become a Muslim.

    Of course, it's possible that Obama abandoned his Moslem faith and became a Christian. But that would make him an apostate and in need of having his head chopped off.

    Replies: @Jim Don Bob

    We can hope.

  105. @Jefferson
    @Lot

    "Trump has completely united the large internet troll community. 4chaners always have loved shock-racism, but were also militantly social liberal (pro-gay, anti-religion, etc)."

    Anthony Cumia is voting for Donald Trump even though he is an Atheist who is pro-Gay marriage, pro-environmentalist, and pro-abortion, but he hates political correctness and anti-White identity politics. He probably would have been a Democrat if that party was not so anti-White because when it comes to social issues that have nothing to do with race he is more Liberal than Conservative.

    Replies: @Divine Right

    “Anthony Cumia is voting for Donald Trump even though he is an Atheist who is pro-Gay marriage, pro-environmentalist, and pro-abortion, but he hates political correctness and anti-White identity politics.”

    Which completely vindicates the theory that I posted here earlier this year (or late last year): the republican party would become much more economically and socially liberal in order to accommodate all the whites fleeing the anti-white racism of the democrats and their coalition of the fringes. Someone disagreed in a long post, claiming that the Pat Robertson-types were so important that they would always be the backbone of the GOP, but I was right after all. The GOP is now getting the votes of pro-abortion, pro-gay marriage types (and even a few white gays). This trend may very well strengthen in future elections if the republican establishment doesn’t nominate Ryan, Romney, Rubio, or some other loser.

    Donald Trump clearly isn’t religious, but he beat the religious Ted Cruz, despite his evangelical credentials. Trump, despite his traditional upper-crust tax plan, is seen by many working-class whites as a hero for opposing free-trade and standing up for the American worker. Trump’s victory was made possible by his broad appeal to whites.

    • Replies: @countenance
    @Divine Right

    At least according to a FNC poll, Trump has 78% of white Christian Evangelicals. With room to grow. The record for that demographic voting Republican is 79%, for Romney in 2012 and Bush in 2004. How was Trump able to win about the same number of them as Ted Cruz in the primaries, (and winning way many more of them in the South), and already be within an eyelash of record territory among them in the general, in spite of the fact that he's a social liberal (and everyone knows it)?

    Two main reasons:

    (1) Sam Francis understood the religious right as a political movement, not a religious one. Therefore, anyone who promises to punch their enemies in the snoot will have their support. Trump is promising to do just that, in spite of his own social liberalism.

    (2) Populism and nationalism. A socially liberal Republican who is also an elitist and globalist loses the religious right, but if you change the elitism and globalism to populism and nationalism, you get them all back. RR voters, as we have come to find out, will ignore social issue differences (to a point) in exchange for populism and nationalism.

    Replies: @AnotherDad, @Broski

    , @The preferred nomenclature is...
    @Divine Right

    Most real Christian brothers I know (they are few and far between these days*) are resigned to the fact that Satan has conquered the West for the most part. All we ask for now is not to be physically and financially persecuted for our beliefs by the government. The Donald promises that and I, for one, believe him.

    There is a reason the New Testament speaks of narrow paths, eyes of needles, etc.

  106. @Peripatetic commenter
    @D. K.

    Ahhh, covering their bases, I see.

    If she does expire, then they can claim Putin was meddling in the election for Trump and ...

    Of course, they have already declared that it was Pneumonia, so I guess they have to throw one of the doctors under the bus.

    Replies: @Tex

    Of course, they have already declared that it was Pneumonia, so I guess they have to throw one of the doctors under the bus.

    Paging Dr. Zinoviev, Dr. Kamenev, Dr. Zinoviev…

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doctors%27_plot

  107. @Mark Eugenikos
    @countenance

    I hope you write satire for living; this is the funniest essay I've read in a long time. Almost choked on my green tea a few times.

    Replies: @countenance

    People call me an Alt-Right troll from Chicago, but in reality, I’m much more than that. I stole someone else’s idea for a world-changing social network, passed it off as my own, and now, I’m this close to omnipotence, omniscience, omnipresence and immortality. All I need to make it happen is comprehensive immigration reform. At least that’s what a building full of Jewish lawyers who write my immigration spiels and speeches for me have told me.

  108. @Frau Katze
    @frizzled

    I seem to be an old timer who's "pop-culture illiterate'.

    I didn't even know there was an "internet troll community." I know there are trolls but I never saw them as belonging to a "community."

    I didn't even know who Pepe the frog was, much less that he was a standard bearer for anything.

    Replies: @Altai

    4Chans greatest hits.

    • Replies: @Frau Katze
    @Altai

    Thanks! I hadn't heard of most of them, and even if I had heard a bit ("Bronies") I had no idea that 4chan was involved.

    , @Yngvar
    @Altai

    I've wasted far to much time on 4chan, had to quit, but as I see it Boxxy is still the Queen.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yavx9yxTrsw

  109. @Anonymous
    @Lot

    You're conflating the early 4chan community with the more recent sub-groups and communities within 4chan like the /pol/ board. The former are socially liberal, while the latter are not.

    Replies: @ogunsiron

    TRS is not really socially liberal. They have a real hard time with flamboyant gays like Milo but they work with quiet gays like Greg Johnson, from what I can see. I think a willingness to accept quiet gays and an uneasyness with flaming queens is a very common take on the GQ on the alt-right.

  110. With apologies to W.B. Yeats’ The Second Coming

    When a vast image out of Spiritus Trumpus 
    Troubles my sight, a waste of Nascar bumper stickers; 
    A shape with lion body and the head of a man, 
    A gaze blank and pitiless as the sun . . . 

    And what rough beast, its hour come round at last,
    Slouches towards Washington to be born?

    Then, then the Eloi self-combust,
    From micro-aggression overload.
     
    Oh the horror, the horror.

  111. @Divine Right
    @Jefferson

    "Anthony Cumia is voting for Donald Trump even though he is an Atheist who is pro-Gay marriage, pro-environmentalist, and pro-abortion, but he hates political correctness and anti-White identity politics."

    Which completely vindicates the theory that I posted here earlier this year (or late last year): the republican party would become much more economically and socially liberal in order to accommodate all the whites fleeing the anti-white racism of the democrats and their coalition of the fringes. Someone disagreed in a long post, claiming that the Pat Robertson-types were so important that they would always be the backbone of the GOP, but I was right after all. The GOP is now getting the votes of pro-abortion, pro-gay marriage types (and even a few white gays). This trend may very well strengthen in future elections if the republican establishment doesn't nominate Ryan, Romney, Rubio, or some other loser.

    Donald Trump clearly isn't religious, but he beat the religious Ted Cruz, despite his evangelical credentials. Trump, despite his traditional upper-crust tax plan, is seen by many working-class whites as a hero for opposing free-trade and standing up for the American worker. Trump's victory was made possible by his broad appeal to whites.

    Replies: @countenance, @The preferred nomenclature is...

    At least according to a FNC poll, Trump has 78% of white Christian Evangelicals. With room to grow. The record for that demographic voting Republican is 79%, for Romney in 2012 and Bush in 2004. How was Trump able to win about the same number of them as Ted Cruz in the primaries, (and winning way many more of them in the South), and already be within an eyelash of record territory among them in the general, in spite of the fact that he’s a social liberal (and everyone knows it)?

    Two main reasons:

    (1) Sam Francis understood the religious right as a political movement, not a religious one. Therefore, anyone who promises to punch their enemies in the snoot will have their support. Trump is promising to do just that, in spite of his own social liberalism.

    (2) Populism and nationalism. A socially liberal Republican who is also an elitist and globalist loses the religious right, but if you change the elitism and globalism to populism and nationalism, you get them all back. RR voters, as we have come to find out, will ignore social issue differences (to a point) in exchange for populism and nationalism.

    • Replies: @AnotherDad
    @countenance


    RR voters, as we have come to find out, will ignore social issue differences (to a point) in exchange for populism and nationalism.
     
    Good comment Countenance--thanks for looking up the poll data.

    My two cents: "tradition" and "community" are closely linked. Trump isn't spending much--really any--time on any particular religious\traditional issues. But he is saying clearly, "we are a community." And given what the Bushes did, what Obama's done and Hillary proposes ... that's a lot.

    In contrast, the left's "we're all in this together" is a complete fraud. Who is the "we" if not the nation? ... uh ... well anyone. Then what is our community binding? Uh ... um ... uh. Well in truth they have nothing but hating white guys and the historic American nation.

    Colin Kaepernick's done a public service by dramatically pointing this out. He doesn't think he's part of this nation. He thinks the nation is against him--his tribe. Ok, fair enough Colin, you're not part of my nation. My tribe is better than your tribe.

    Tribalism is where we are headed.

    Replies: @Boomstick, @Kylie, @The Last Real Calvinist

    , @Broski
    @countenance

    When a racial group feels under attack, race loyalty starts to trump all ideological reasoning. Just as blacks vote 9:1, whites are now increasingly looking to blood rather than reason. This is why diversity is always bad for efficient democratic rule.

    Replies: @Anonymous

  112. @Anonymous
    Part of Steve's schtick is to downplay and ignore the far-right, neo-Nazi elements that have increasing influence on the right and on political discourse. He doesn't want to alienate this segment, while at the same time he still wants to appear moderate and respectable. There's also some self-deception involved.

    He does this with the left too, for example, when he dismisses certain leftists for being motivated simply by their grandparents' access to country clubs or something.

    Replies: @Anonym, @Broski

    Part of Steve’s schtick is to downplay and ignore the far-right, neo-Nazi elements that have increasing influence on the right and on political discourse. He doesn’t want to alienate this segment, while at the same time he still wants to appear moderate and respectable. There’s also some self-deception involved.

    True neo-Nazis are practically only found in a couple places. Under your bed, and on FBI payrolls. There certainly are WNs. Some are anti-Semitic. A lot of their criticism is valid. Frankly none of this would have happened if certain people, as you put it, had chosen to respect the social contract that living amongst their hosts entailed. Like for example, not implementing Hart Cellar and race replacing us. This is reversible though.

    Steve is only doing what countless lefty journalists have done over the years – fail to criticize the more extreme elements of his partisan side. BFD.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @Anonym

    Celler, not Cellar. In 1965 there must have been under a dozen Jews in Congress, so they must have had help with this race replacement business. I know Jews have amazing Svengali like powers to pull the wool over the eyes of dumb goyim but they are not THAT good.

  113. @Jefferson
    @G Pinfold

    "Reminds me of an old meme about jumping sharks. What is the ancient Greek word for rule-of-earnest-Asian-sociology-majors?
    Remember, this is not a blogger. This is essentially a G-Chick with a badge"

    Asians are the most boring and least cool demographic out of The Democratic Party's coalition of the fringes. White Liberals have Burning Man and Blacks have hip hop. What the hell do Asians have that make them so cool? They got nothing.

    Replies: @G Pinfold, @Tracy, @Felix., @Anonymous, @Desiderius, @Mack Bolan, @Twinkie

    White Liberals have Burning Man and Blacks have hip hop. What the hell do Asians have

    The United States of America, by the short hairs.

    • Replies: @Twinkie
    @Desiderius


    The United States of America, by the short hairs.
     
    Nah, just all the desirable zip codes from the looks of the racial residential patterns.

    Mr. Sailer did a post at some point about real estate value gains by race, and the conclusion at which he arrived was that Asians were leading indicators of rising real estate value.

    Replies: @Desiderius

  114. @Divine Right
    @Jefferson

    "Anthony Cumia is voting for Donald Trump even though he is an Atheist who is pro-Gay marriage, pro-environmentalist, and pro-abortion, but he hates political correctness and anti-White identity politics."

    Which completely vindicates the theory that I posted here earlier this year (or late last year): the republican party would become much more economically and socially liberal in order to accommodate all the whites fleeing the anti-white racism of the democrats and their coalition of the fringes. Someone disagreed in a long post, claiming that the Pat Robertson-types were so important that they would always be the backbone of the GOP, but I was right after all. The GOP is now getting the votes of pro-abortion, pro-gay marriage types (and even a few white gays). This trend may very well strengthen in future elections if the republican establishment doesn't nominate Ryan, Romney, Rubio, or some other loser.

    Donald Trump clearly isn't religious, but he beat the religious Ted Cruz, despite his evangelical credentials. Trump, despite his traditional upper-crust tax plan, is seen by many working-class whites as a hero for opposing free-trade and standing up for the American worker. Trump's victory was made possible by his broad appeal to whites.

    Replies: @countenance, @The preferred nomenclature is...

    Most real Christian brothers I know (they are few and far between these days*) are resigned to the fact that Satan has conquered the West for the most part. All we ask for now is not to be physically and financially persecuted for our beliefs by the government. The Donald promises that and I, for one, believe him.

    There is a reason the New Testament speaks of narrow paths, eyes of needles, etc.

  115. @Lot
    People talk about Trump doing well with the WWC, but nobody ever mentions just how much Trump has completely united the large internet troll community. 4chaners always have loved shock-racism, but were also militantly social liberal (pro-gay, anti-religion, etc).

    They saw in Trump's tweets that possibility of a like-minded individual becoming the leader of the free world and are giddy at the prospect.

    The whole process of joining the reactionary right began a bit before Trump with things like GamerGate and Milo's full-time trolling of angry THAT'S NOT FUNNY campus leftists.

    Showing their former non-partisan nature, 4channers hacked into Palin's yahoo account and dumped large numbers of her e-mails in which she did not look particularly intelligent. (Before a completely dump could happen, someone else on 4chan changed her password and locked out everyone else.)

    Replies: @Jefferson, @fox, @Anonymous, @Broski

    There’s a vast amount of frustrated male talent locked up behind keyboards in various levels of underemployment.

  116. @fox
    @Lot

    most altrighters fail to realise that trump is pretty pro gay.

    Replies: @AndrewR, @Jefferson, @fnn, @Desiderius, @Broski

    Most alt-righters don’t care that Trump is pretty pro-gay.

  117. @fnn
    @fox

    "most altrighters fail to realise that trump is pretty pro gay."

    It's mostly lefties who don't get that. The ones who for years have believed that the "right-wing conspiracy" is controlled by a coalition of the Koch brothers and the Christian fundamentalists.

    Replies: @Lot, @yaqub the mad scientist

    The Koch Brothers? Oh, those open-borders billionaires.

  118. Why this is simply deplorable. I can’t believe the ignorance and hatred that these people have for Green people. After all they have suffered by being chased by the Army, and nosy reporters, and the horrible discrimination and racism they suffer in the future during Star Trek, the complete disregard for this narrative of discrimination should cause all these people to reconsider their delusions of equality. They should be glad they don’t live on someplace like Mars where Green skin might have been dominant.
    Everyone should abandon this hateful hate-filled ignorant shameful discriminatory Democratic Establishment Wall Street Capitalist Greedy Power Hungry Elitist Party and vote for the Green candidate. Green is a color you can trust. Has a tree ever harmed you? Intentionally? Vote Green and show these prejudiced people you won’t ignore the invisible Green people that have been so discriminated and marginalised.

  119. @G Pinfold
    Reminds me of an old meme about jumping sharks. What is the ancient Greek word for rule-of-earnest-Asian-sociology-majors?
    Remember, this is not a blogger. This is essentially a G-Chick with a badge

    Replies: @Jefferson, @AnotherDad

    What is the ancient Greek word for rule-of-earnest-Asian-sociology-majors?
    Remember, this is not a blogger. This is essentially a G-Chick with a badge.

    One of the problems that the left now has as they become the party of female bureaucratic “obey the rules!” entitlement is terminal unfunniness.

    In its early stages the new left could mock and fun of “the establishment”. Now as the establishment and a very feminized–“inclusion”, “safe spaces”, “trigger alerts”–one, the only “humor” they have is basically yelling “racist!” or “sexist!” or “homophobe!” at white male conservatives. The routine mocking humor any normal person would do would almost certainly pretty quickly hit on something that would be “hurtful* to some designated victim group.

    The left just has too many sacred cows and “can’t say that” taboos for any humor to exist. It’s a hectoring church lady\schoolmarm, “you can’t say that!” mentality … not a recipe for humor–except for our side.

    • Replies: @Broski
    @AnotherDad

    This goes directly to Alinsky's rule that one should hold one's opponents to their own standards. It's impossible for the left to live up to its own standards because the standards are inconsistent.

  120. @countenance
    @Divine Right

    At least according to a FNC poll, Trump has 78% of white Christian Evangelicals. With room to grow. The record for that demographic voting Republican is 79%, for Romney in 2012 and Bush in 2004. How was Trump able to win about the same number of them as Ted Cruz in the primaries, (and winning way many more of them in the South), and already be within an eyelash of record territory among them in the general, in spite of the fact that he's a social liberal (and everyone knows it)?

    Two main reasons:

    (1) Sam Francis understood the religious right as a political movement, not a religious one. Therefore, anyone who promises to punch their enemies in the snoot will have their support. Trump is promising to do just that, in spite of his own social liberalism.

    (2) Populism and nationalism. A socially liberal Republican who is also an elitist and globalist loses the religious right, but if you change the elitism and globalism to populism and nationalism, you get them all back. RR voters, as we have come to find out, will ignore social issue differences (to a point) in exchange for populism and nationalism.

    Replies: @AnotherDad, @Broski

    RR voters, as we have come to find out, will ignore social issue differences (to a point) in exchange for populism and nationalism.

    Good comment Countenance–thanks for looking up the poll data.

    My two cents: “tradition” and “community” are closely linked. Trump isn’t spending much–really any–time on any particular religious\traditional issues. But he is saying clearly, “we are a community.” And given what the Bushes did, what Obama’s done and Hillary proposes … that’s a lot.

    In contrast, the left’s “we’re all in this together” is a complete fraud. Who is the “we” if not the nation? … uh … well anyone. Then what is our community binding? Uh … um … uh. Well in truth they have nothing but hating white guys and the historic American nation.

    Colin Kaepernick’s done a public service by dramatically pointing this out. He doesn’t think he’s part of this nation. He thinks the nation is against him–his tribe. Ok, fair enough Colin, you’re not part of my nation. My tribe is better than your tribe.

    Tribalism is where we are headed.

    • Replies: @Boomstick
    @AnotherDad

    I think that's right. Humans have a fundamental need to belong to a group. For years nationalism defined that group, in a political sense. The Left's "diversity" and identity politics have made it illegitimate to talk in nationalist terms, but that doesn't make the desire for group affinity go away. So the loyalty will shift to that of the tribe, defined in racial/ethnic terms.

    I'd be worried if I were the NFL/MLB or other pro sport with a lot of black players. The players are in the process of making it clear that their loyalty is to that of a tribe to which most viewers do not belong.

    NBA TV audience: black, 45%, white 40%
    NFL TV audience: black 15%, white 77%
    MLB TV audience: black 9%, white 83%

    Piss off a bunch of middle class white fans and your demographics crater.

    Replies: @Peripatetic commenter

    , @Kylie
    @AnotherDad

    This is one of the best comments I've read anywhere. Thank you.

    , @The Last Real Calvinist
    @AnotherDad


    Colin Kaepernick’s done a public service by dramatically pointing this out. He doesn’t think he’s part of this nation. He thinks the nation is against him–his tribe. Ok, fair enough Colin, you’re not part of my nation. My tribe is better than your tribe.

    Tribalism is where we are headed.
     
    As others have noted, this is an excellent comment.

    I would only add that tribalism is the default condition of sinful humanity, and it's back to tribalism that we're headed.

    The concept of a nation united by disinterested adherence to a rational principle of equality before the law is of course an anomaly in human history; in this sense America itself is a kind of political echo of the 'there is neither Jew nor Greek' unity of the Christian church. But like so many of the Christian virtues that form the cultural bedrock of the West, the expectation that loyal Americans would commit to an 'unnatural' polity that takes precedence over their tribal associations has been hollowed out and twisted into a parody of itself by the Left. It's falling apart.

    Replies: @Twinkie

  121. @AnotherDad
    @countenance


    RR voters, as we have come to find out, will ignore social issue differences (to a point) in exchange for populism and nationalism.
     
    Good comment Countenance--thanks for looking up the poll data.

    My two cents: "tradition" and "community" are closely linked. Trump isn't spending much--really any--time on any particular religious\traditional issues. But he is saying clearly, "we are a community." And given what the Bushes did, what Obama's done and Hillary proposes ... that's a lot.

    In contrast, the left's "we're all in this together" is a complete fraud. Who is the "we" if not the nation? ... uh ... well anyone. Then what is our community binding? Uh ... um ... uh. Well in truth they have nothing but hating white guys and the historic American nation.

    Colin Kaepernick's done a public service by dramatically pointing this out. He doesn't think he's part of this nation. He thinks the nation is against him--his tribe. Ok, fair enough Colin, you're not part of my nation. My tribe is better than your tribe.

    Tribalism is where we are headed.

    Replies: @Boomstick, @Kylie, @The Last Real Calvinist

    I think that’s right. Humans have a fundamental need to belong to a group. For years nationalism defined that group, in a political sense. The Left’s “diversity” and identity politics have made it illegitimate to talk in nationalist terms, but that doesn’t make the desire for group affinity go away. So the loyalty will shift to that of the tribe, defined in racial/ethnic terms.

    I’d be worried if I were the NFL/MLB or other pro sport with a lot of black players. The players are in the process of making it clear that their loyalty is to that of a tribe to which most viewers do not belong.

    NBA TV audience: black, 45%, white 40%
    NFL TV audience: black 15%, white 77%
    MLB TV audience: black 9%, white 83%

    Piss off a bunch of middle class white fans and your demographics crater.

    • Replies: @Peripatetic commenter
    @Boomstick

    Would that that were true.

    We shall see.

  122. @Boomstick
    @AnotherDad

    I think that's right. Humans have a fundamental need to belong to a group. For years nationalism defined that group, in a political sense. The Left's "diversity" and identity politics have made it illegitimate to talk in nationalist terms, but that doesn't make the desire for group affinity go away. So the loyalty will shift to that of the tribe, defined in racial/ethnic terms.

    I'd be worried if I were the NFL/MLB or other pro sport with a lot of black players. The players are in the process of making it clear that their loyalty is to that of a tribe to which most viewers do not belong.

    NBA TV audience: black, 45%, white 40%
    NFL TV audience: black 15%, white 77%
    MLB TV audience: black 9%, white 83%

    Piss off a bunch of middle class white fans and your demographics crater.

    Replies: @Peripatetic commenter

    Would that that were true.

    We shall see.

  123. @countenance
    Make immigration comprehensive again!

    I need comprehensive immigration reform. You need comprehensive immigration reform. He needs comprehensive immigration reform. She needs comprehensive immigration reform. Xe needs comprehensive immigration reform. Non-binary gender non-conforming genderqueers need comprehensive immigration reform. Everybody needs comprehensive immigration reform. Because comprehensive immigration reform is more important than life, water, food and oxygen themselves.

    I am a strong, solid advocate for good, clean, top flight, top drawer, strong, solid, robust, common sense, solid as a rock, solid as they come, desperately needed, way overdue, humanitarian, compassion-based comprehensive immigration reform. The kind of immigration reform that melts in your mouth, not in your hand. The kind of immigration reform that plumps when you cook it. The kind of immigration reform that just makes you feel good and shout for joy for a job well done.

    Comprehensive immigration reform will raise wages and salaries, strengthen national security, prevent terrorism, enhance our domestic crime-fighting ability, ensure that we continue to encourage the best and brightest to partake of the American dream, enhance our competitiveness and our ability to innovate, and make America more prosperous.

    Comprehensive immigration reform will make the economy more fair and equitable, help clean and preserve our environment, bolster Social Security and Medicare, aid the cause of reproductive rights and LGBT rights, drive a stake through the heart of bigotry and discrimination, guarantee social justice for all, and make America more vibrant and diverse.

    It will also make immigration more comprehensive.

    The reason I advocate comprehensive immigration reform over other ideas is that I checked out the other ideas, and they just aren't comprehensive, they just don't do it for me in the comprehensiveness department. I really like the comprehensive nature of comprehensive immigration reform. The best part of comprehensive immigration reform is its comprehensiveness. With comprehensive immigration reform, I'll be a'comprehensivin. My ultimate goal with immigration reform is to be comprehensiver than thou.

    I also have a soft spot in my heart for things that are comprehensive. From a little boy, I remember sitting at our dinner table many evenings, and my father would point his finger straight at me and give me a stern look, and he told me that if I ever got a chance to screw over the goyim, to do it completely and (his own word) "comprehensively." He was adamant that I not waste any golden or silver or green opportunities. I'm glad to say that I'm finally living up to my father's expectations. For his most recent birthday present, I had a wooden ventriloquist style caricature doll of myself made, and I call the doll Marc de la Comprehensiva. It's his third favorite possession in the whole world, his second is his 1978 Lincoln Town Car which he hopes will run forever, and his first is his gold plated Talmud.

    The other kinds of immigration reform are also dangerous, because they rely on rhetoric such as "round them up and deport them all," "build walls," "make America great again." That's the kind of rhetoric that reminds me of Nazi Germany, and the Nazis gassed all ten of my grandmas to death at Auschwitz. Ten grandmas here, ten grandmas there, and that's how you roll that odometer up to six million. It's why internationally respected scholars and researchers like Glenn Beck have concluded that the Presidential candidates who spew that kind of rhetoric are exactly like Hitler. They all run around bragging about their puny putrid pitiful little $10 billion fortunes, when the truth of the matter is that they took years to make that kind of money, I made my much larger $50 billion fortune almost overnight. And I mean that literally, because I often wake up and find out I'm worth a few billion more than when I went to sleep. Their fortunes are in old fashioned relics of the past, fuddy duddy stuff like buildings and real estate, and my fortune is in the asset of the future, Facebook stock. They had to make their money the old fashioned way, by earning it, and I made my fortune the new modern progressive way, scamming half the world to give me all their personal information in their tawdry pursuit for their cheap fifteen minutes of fame, so I can turn right around and sell it to Madison Avenue, the Mossad and the NSA. I made my money while I'm still young enough to enjoy spending it to break the back of the goyim.

    Thanks for letting me monetize your lives, by and by.

    (Did you know that Adolph Hitler was the Hilter of Germany? He was just like Hitler. The German National Socialist Workers Party was nothing but a bunch of Nazis.)

    When I think of comprehensive immigration reform, I think of the only antitode to an ill that has been ailing me for quite some time. You see, some cartoon frog follows me around everywhere I go throwing parentheses at me, and that damned Peter Thiel is way off in the back somewhere pointing his finger at me and laughing at me. The lack of comprehensive immigration reform is taxing my mental health.

    Sometimes, the other kinds of immigration reform wind up being scams. They promise to be comprehensive, but when you look at what you get, they wind up leaving out a lot of the comprehensiveness. Worse than that, you might get the full 100% comprehensiveness at first, but like a thief in the night, they break in and steal a lot of the comprehensiveness. That's not the Marc Zuckurburg way, the fully comprehensive way. IEEE, ANSI and UL have certified a less than one ppb impurity ratio of the comprehensiveness in my immigration reform. I'm so nice that I'll even throw in some extra added bonus comprehensiveness, 25% more free, no extra charge. I also guarantee the comprehensiveness in my immigration reform with a 7 year 70,000 mile limited powertrain warranty that also protects you from rust and corrosion. It covers you from bumper to bumper. It's the best warranty in the immigration reform business.

    This is why poll after poll shows that people support comprehensive solutions to our immigration problems, instead of genocidal solutions that have Nazi rhetoric as their foundations, or solutions bereft of comprehensiveness. It's why more and more people are giving up silly hobbies like diddling around with fishing lures, or telescopes, or collecting stamps, or sleeping, and joining in Marc's Comprehensive Corps. People know that middle class greed hurts billionaires in need. What's mine is mine, what's yours will soon be mine. People know that source code is literally rotting in the fields. People know not to turn "corporate greed" into a pejorative, because I wouldn't be where I am today, and I wouldn't be the putz I am today without corporate greed. I fly my corporate greed flag high, tall and proud.

    Our struggle for comprehensive immigration reform is a righteous, albeit arduous. Very difficult, a very steep mountain to climb. The forces of reaction and xenophobia are well funded, their four organizations all have bank accounts that run well into the hundreds of dollars. In contrast, all we have to work with are most billionaires, most corporations, almost all of Hollywood and Silicon Valley, almost all of academia, and a majority of the full force of the Federal government, and the full sympathy of the current Federal executive branch. We are locked in a real Goliath versus David struggle to speak power to truth. But the crusade led by the privileged, rich, organized and powerful against the dispossessed, broke, unorganized and weak is indeed on the right side of history in the current year, all we can hope for is that we wake up every morning surrounded by our fifteen morning servants to remind us that we have made it to live to fight another day. I know I'm on the right side of history, and that history will judge all of you to be deficient and derelict, because I have bought all the historians.

    Even if I didn't buy all the historians, I am well versed in history in my own right. After all, I may have been a college dropout, but I did get an A in Taking Over and Ruling the World 101 at Harvard. Wherein we were taught that Hitler was born in Bensonhurst, was Donald Trump's father's best childhood friend, and the Holocaust was the worst tragedy of the 1960s, until Martin Luther King rose up and single handedly stopped it, and freed all the remaining Jewish prisoners and slaves from the Auschwitz prison camp in Nebraska. Hitler got his: He was sentenced to prison for the rest of his life, and he died on Alactraz in 1979.

    But if my plans fail, and my wife starts snitching to the Securities and Exchange Commission, as she has threatened to do several times when I say I'm going to buy her any more shoes, I'll have to hot foot it and be on the next red eye to my secret condo and my secret bank account with a few billion stashed aside in my extradition-free tax haven in southeast Asia. If I ever seem to go off the grid, that's where I'll be.

    It's also why, in spite of the fact that I know my bad reputation precedes me, for example, I keep hearing everyone behind my back calling me a two-faced ****weasel, and those are just the people that work for me, and are related to me, and are close friends of me, and also my wife, and those were also the first words out of my kid's mouth, and also, for some reason I can't figure out, people who know me for long enough wind up saying things behind my back like "Maybe Hitler had a point," "Maybe I should give Hitler a second look," and cruel things like that, I want to assure all of you that my support for comprehensive immigration reform is pure and genuine. I will never betray the cause, I will always be loyal, solid as a rock, dependable. So much so that I beg you that when you think of comprehensive immigration reform, you should instantly think of me, the great Marc Zuckurburg.

    It's also why more and more people are saying every day, and you should too:

    Make my immigration reform comprehensive, please!

    Replies: @Jack D, @Laugh Track, @countenance, @countenance, @Mark Eugenikos, @Pat Hannagan

    Excellent work, bravo!

  124. @AnotherDad
    @countenance


    RR voters, as we have come to find out, will ignore social issue differences (to a point) in exchange for populism and nationalism.
     
    Good comment Countenance--thanks for looking up the poll data.

    My two cents: "tradition" and "community" are closely linked. Trump isn't spending much--really any--time on any particular religious\traditional issues. But he is saying clearly, "we are a community." And given what the Bushes did, what Obama's done and Hillary proposes ... that's a lot.

    In contrast, the left's "we're all in this together" is a complete fraud. Who is the "we" if not the nation? ... uh ... well anyone. Then what is our community binding? Uh ... um ... uh. Well in truth they have nothing but hating white guys and the historic American nation.

    Colin Kaepernick's done a public service by dramatically pointing this out. He doesn't think he's part of this nation. He thinks the nation is against him--his tribe. Ok, fair enough Colin, you're not part of my nation. My tribe is better than your tribe.

    Tribalism is where we are headed.

    Replies: @Boomstick, @Kylie, @The Last Real Calvinist

    This is one of the best comments I’ve read anywhere. Thank you.

  125. @Anonym
    @Anonymous

    Part of Steve’s schtick is to downplay and ignore the far-right, neo-Nazi elements that have increasing influence on the right and on political discourse. He doesn’t want to alienate this segment, while at the same time he still wants to appear moderate and respectable. There’s also some self-deception involved.

    True neo-Nazis are practically only found in a couple places. Under your bed, and on FBI payrolls. There certainly are WNs. Some are anti-Semitic. A lot of their criticism is valid. Frankly none of this would have happened if certain people, as you put it, had chosen to respect the social contract that living amongst their hosts entailed. Like for example, not implementing Hart Cellar and race replacing us. This is reversible though.

    Steve is only doing what countless lefty journalists have done over the years - fail to criticize the more extreme elements of his partisan side. BFD.

    Replies: @Jack D

    Celler, not Cellar. In 1965 there must have been under a dozen Jews in Congress, so they must have had help with this race replacement business. I know Jews have amazing Svengali like powers to pull the wool over the eyes of dumb goyim but they are not THAT good.

  126. @Mr. Anon
    @G Pinfold

    "OT/ Hillary is now phoning in her campaign from her bed, like a Hollywood lush of old."

    Hillary as Norma Desmond: All right, Mr. Soros, I'm ready for my closeup.

    Replies: @Broski

    Remember the Simpsons episode where Homer gets as fat as possible to obtain disability and at the end is reduced to using a broom stick to push buttons on his computer?

  127. @SPMoore8
    @Altai

    I'm daring the left, right here and right now, to use Pepe as a symbol of hate.

    Replies: @Broski

    The Hillary campaign just did. That’s the Alinskyite genius of Pepe. By making the left go nuts over it (they have no choice) it yields massive lulz for the movement.

    • Agree: SPMoore8
  128. @Anonymous
    Part of Steve's schtick is to downplay and ignore the far-right, neo-Nazi elements that have increasing influence on the right and on political discourse. He doesn't want to alienate this segment, while at the same time he still wants to appear moderate and respectable. There's also some self-deception involved.

    He does this with the left too, for example, when he dismisses certain leftists for being motivated simply by their grandparents' access to country clubs or something.

    Replies: @Anonym, @Broski

    BS. Until Hillary mentioned the alt right the public consciousness didn’t even acknowledge it existed, and only acknowledged the existence of “skinheads” and “racists” to the right of Mitt Romney.

    Steve doesn’t need to disassociate himself from a barely existent bogeyman, racists and the “KKK”, the elite zeitgeist uses to obscure a real movement with a rigorous intellectual foundation.

  129. @countenance
    @Divine Right

    At least according to a FNC poll, Trump has 78% of white Christian Evangelicals. With room to grow. The record for that demographic voting Republican is 79%, for Romney in 2012 and Bush in 2004. How was Trump able to win about the same number of them as Ted Cruz in the primaries, (and winning way many more of them in the South), and already be within an eyelash of record territory among them in the general, in spite of the fact that he's a social liberal (and everyone knows it)?

    Two main reasons:

    (1) Sam Francis understood the religious right as a political movement, not a religious one. Therefore, anyone who promises to punch their enemies in the snoot will have their support. Trump is promising to do just that, in spite of his own social liberalism.

    (2) Populism and nationalism. A socially liberal Republican who is also an elitist and globalist loses the religious right, but if you change the elitism and globalism to populism and nationalism, you get them all back. RR voters, as we have come to find out, will ignore social issue differences (to a point) in exchange for populism and nationalism.

    Replies: @AnotherDad, @Broski

    When a racial group feels under attack, race loyalty starts to trump all ideological reasoning. Just as blacks vote 9:1, whites are now increasingly looking to blood rather than reason. This is why diversity is always bad for efficient democratic rule.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Broski

    whites are now increasingly looking to blood rather than reason.

    Seems to me Whites are starting to wake up from their stupor and embrace reason. Can you give examples where they are increasingly turning away from reason?

  130. @AnotherDad
    @G Pinfold


    What is the ancient Greek word for rule-of-earnest-Asian-sociology-majors?
    Remember, this is not a blogger. This is essentially a G-Chick with a badge.

     

    One of the problems that the left now has as they become the party of female bureaucratic "obey the rules!" entitlement is terminal unfunniness.

    In its early stages the new left could mock and fun of "the establishment". Now as the establishment and a very feminized--"inclusion", "safe spaces", "trigger alerts"--one, the only "humor" they have is basically yelling "racist!" or "sexist!" or "homophobe!" at white male conservatives. The routine mocking humor any normal person would do would almost certainly pretty quickly hit on something that would be "hurtful* to some designated victim group.

    The left just has too many sacred cows and "can't say that" taboos for any humor to exist. It's a hectoring church lady\schoolmarm, "you can't say that!" mentality ... not a recipe for humor--except for our side.

    Replies: @Broski

    This goes directly to Alinsky’s rule that one should hold one’s opponents to their own standards. It’s impossible for the left to live up to its own standards because the standards are inconsistent.

  131. A good number of Trump supporters get worked up that Obama is a crypto-Muslim so why wouldn’t liberals believe that Trump worships Kek the Frog God?

    Balance of Deplorability? Pretty sure the notion would drive leftists ape.

    James Garner knew how to deal with Bruce Lee….

    I find it charming that some kids are still bamboozled by east Asian martial arts mythology. How many east Asian MMA champs, again? It took YT to refine, distill, and put that stuff to proper use, too.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Svigor

    "I find it charming that some kids are still bamboozled by east Asian martial arts mythology. How many east Asian MMA champs, again? It took YT to refine, distill, and put that stuff to proper use, too."

    I find that Asians, despite being bright, tend to get themselves wrapped up wayyy to much into useless behaviors that waste a colossal amount of time.

    For instance, it's not bad enough the Chinese came up with an inefficient writing style, no, they've gotta multiply the problem by making kids learn 'stroke order'. In other words, every damn one of those 10,000+ characters, they have to learn how to write every single line that makes up those characters in exactly the same order and direction as their teacher, or it's wrong. Like if in English you wrote a D by writing the ) first instead of the | it'd be wrong regardless of whether or not someone who didn't see you write it would be able to tell the difference. Completely useless from what I can see. Yet 1.5 billion Chinese (and billions before them) have all been brought up this way, and demand it of their own kids when they have them.

    , @silviosilver
    @Svigor

    Just lol @ the ridiculous Bruce Lee myth. And just lol @ the extreme butthurt of his fanboys - all too many of them white - when you point it out.

    , @Broski
    @Svigor

    The Gracies aren't that white. In the U.S. they could easily claim to be black under the Sean King precedent. True white martial arts were reduced to boxing (dominated by blacks and, at the lighter end, Latinos) and collegiate wrestling before MMA.

    Whites seem to be good at MMA though, compared to every combat sport besides wrestling. In the classical aesthetic sense, Randy Couture, George St. Pierre, Ewan McGregor and their ilk are paragons of masculinity, which is cool for young white men.

  132. @AnotherDad
    @countenance


    RR voters, as we have come to find out, will ignore social issue differences (to a point) in exchange for populism and nationalism.
     
    Good comment Countenance--thanks for looking up the poll data.

    My two cents: "tradition" and "community" are closely linked. Trump isn't spending much--really any--time on any particular religious\traditional issues. But he is saying clearly, "we are a community." And given what the Bushes did, what Obama's done and Hillary proposes ... that's a lot.

    In contrast, the left's "we're all in this together" is a complete fraud. Who is the "we" if not the nation? ... uh ... well anyone. Then what is our community binding? Uh ... um ... uh. Well in truth they have nothing but hating white guys and the historic American nation.

    Colin Kaepernick's done a public service by dramatically pointing this out. He doesn't think he's part of this nation. He thinks the nation is against him--his tribe. Ok, fair enough Colin, you're not part of my nation. My tribe is better than your tribe.

    Tribalism is where we are headed.

    Replies: @Boomstick, @Kylie, @The Last Real Calvinist

    Colin Kaepernick’s done a public service by dramatically pointing this out. He doesn’t think he’s part of this nation. He thinks the nation is against him–his tribe. Ok, fair enough Colin, you’re not part of my nation. My tribe is better than your tribe.

    Tribalism is where we are headed.

    As others have noted, this is an excellent comment.

    I would only add that tribalism is the default condition of sinful humanity, and it’s back to tribalism that we’re headed.

    The concept of a nation united by disinterested adherence to a rational principle of equality before the law is of course an anomaly in human history; in this sense America itself is a kind of political echo of the ‘there is neither Jew nor Greek’ unity of the Christian church. But like so many of the Christian virtues that form the cultural bedrock of the West, the expectation that loyal Americans would commit to an ‘unnatural’ polity that takes precedence over their tribal associations has been hollowed out and twisted into a parody of itself by the Left. It’s falling apart.

    • Replies: @Twinkie
    @The Last Real Calvinist


    The concept of a nation united by disinterested adherence to a rational principle of equality before the law is of course an anomaly in human history; in this sense America itself is a kind of political echo of the ‘there is neither Jew nor Greek’ unity of the Christian church. But like so many of the Christian virtues that form the cultural bedrock of the West, the expectation that loyal Americans would commit to an ‘unnatural’ polity that takes precedence over their tribal associations has been hollowed out and twisted into a parody of itself by the Left. It’s falling apart.
     
    Very true. But there still remains a few institutions that hold up such patriotism against the tide, with the military being the most obvious example. Not coincidentally, the military is heavily Christian (so much so that it is accused by some atheists of being a "Dominionist" institution). When you train, hunger, fight, and bleed together, the bonds that form are stronger than race or class.

    Although a long-service, all-volunteer military is much more effective and cost-efficient, for the long-term good of national cohesion, the restoration of the draft would be likely very salutary.

    Replies: @Boomstick

  133. @Jefferson
    @G Pinfold

    "Reminds me of an old meme about jumping sharks. What is the ancient Greek word for rule-of-earnest-Asian-sociology-majors?
    Remember, this is not a blogger. This is essentially a G-Chick with a badge"

    Asians are the most boring and least cool demographic out of The Democratic Party's coalition of the fringes. White Liberals have Burning Man and Blacks have hip hop. What the hell do Asians have that make them so cool? They got nothing.

    Replies: @G Pinfold, @Tracy, @Felix., @Anonymous, @Desiderius, @Mack Bolan, @Twinkie

    What the hell do Asians have that make them so cool. They got nothing

    Asians have an uncanny ability to assimilate into any community they live in while at the same time retain their own culture and traditions.
    You could live a few blocks from an Asian community and not even know it. Reason being, they aren’t running around yelling
    ” look at me.”

  134. @fox
    @Jefferson

    Obama is not a Muslim.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Some Economist, @Desiderius, @Paul Mendez, @Jack Hanson

    The overlap between body building, the AltRight, and high effort transsexuals in Venn Diagram form is a series of massive circles overlapping each other.

  135. America itself is a kind of political echo of the ‘there is neither Jew nor Greek’ unity of the Christian church.

    In Christ there is no Jew or Greek.

    If you’re not willing to live in Christ, no cash and prizes.

    • Replies: @The Last Real Calvinist
    @Desiderius


    In Christ there is no Jew or Greek.

     

    Yes, exactly. That's why I'm pretty pessimistic about the fate of the good ole USA . . . .

    Replies: @Harry Baldwin

    , @silviosilver
    @Desiderius

    "Live in" Christ is supposedly somehow different to "worship Christ" or "believe in Christ." It's just more useless theological gobbledegook.

    Replies: @Broski, @Desiderius

  136. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @Svigor

    A good number of Trump supporters get worked up that Obama is a crypto-Muslim so why wouldn’t liberals believe that Trump worships Kek the Frog God?
     
    Balance of Deplorability? Pretty sure the notion would drive leftists ape.

    James Garner knew how to deal with Bruce Lee….
     
    I find it charming that some kids are still bamboozled by east Asian martial arts mythology. How many east Asian MMA champs, again? It took YT to refine, distill, and put that stuff to proper use, too.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @silviosilver, @Broski

    “I find it charming that some kids are still bamboozled by east Asian martial arts mythology. How many east Asian MMA champs, again? It took YT to refine, distill, and put that stuff to proper use, too.”

    I find that Asians, despite being bright, tend to get themselves wrapped up wayyy to much into useless behaviors that waste a colossal amount of time.

    For instance, it’s not bad enough the Chinese came up with an inefficient writing style, no, they’ve gotta multiply the problem by making kids learn ‘stroke order’. In other words, every damn one of those 10,000+ characters, they have to learn how to write every single line that makes up those characters in exactly the same order and direction as their teacher, or it’s wrong. Like if in English you wrote a D by writing the ) first instead of the | it’d be wrong regardless of whether or not someone who didn’t see you write it would be able to tell the difference. Completely useless from what I can see. Yet 1.5 billion Chinese (and billions before them) have all been brought up this way, and demand it of their own kids when they have them.

  137. @grapesoda
    The way things are going, the next election will be Clock Boy vs. Whiskey

    Replies: @5371, @Whiskey

    I’m not running. To busy working. I had to google Pepe. Most people will have a big huh?

  138. @Desiderius
    @Jefferson


    White Liberals have Burning Man and Blacks have hip hop. What the hell do Asians have
     
    The United States of America, by the short hairs.

    Replies: @Twinkie

    The United States of America, by the short hairs.

    Nah, just all the desirable zip codes from the looks of the racial residential patterns.

    Mr. Sailer did a post at some point about real estate value gains by race, and the conclusion at which he arrived was that Asians were leading indicators of rising real estate value.

    • Replies: @Desiderius
    @Twinkie

    I was measuring by net debt outstanding.

    Note also that the Levant is in Asia.

  139. @Jefferson
    @G Pinfold

    "Reminds me of an old meme about jumping sharks. What is the ancient Greek word for rule-of-earnest-Asian-sociology-majors?
    Remember, this is not a blogger. This is essentially a G-Chick with a badge"

    Asians are the most boring and least cool demographic out of The Democratic Party's coalition of the fringes. White Liberals have Burning Man and Blacks have hip hop. What the hell do Asians have that make them so cool? They got nothing.

    Replies: @G Pinfold, @Tracy, @Felix., @Anonymous, @Desiderius, @Mack Bolan, @Twinkie

    Asians are the most boring and least cool demographic out of The Democratic Party’s coalition of the fringes.

    Asians are only occasional members of the “Coalition of the Fringes.” And I think they are okay with being “boring and [un]cool.”

    White Liberals have Burning Man and Blacks have hip hop. What the hell do Asians have that make them so cool? They got nothing.

    What do they have? Good life outcomes. Asians in America have the lowest obesity, the highest longevity, the highest university graduation rate, the highest median income, the lowest divorce rate, the lowest out-of-wedlock birthrate, the lowest welfare usage rate, etc. I think they are happy to leave the whole “cool” thing to blacks.

    Here is a better question: what has being cool done for blacks?

  140. @The Last Real Calvinist
    @AnotherDad


    Colin Kaepernick’s done a public service by dramatically pointing this out. He doesn’t think he’s part of this nation. He thinks the nation is against him–his tribe. Ok, fair enough Colin, you’re not part of my nation. My tribe is better than your tribe.

    Tribalism is where we are headed.
     
    As others have noted, this is an excellent comment.

    I would only add that tribalism is the default condition of sinful humanity, and it's back to tribalism that we're headed.

    The concept of a nation united by disinterested adherence to a rational principle of equality before the law is of course an anomaly in human history; in this sense America itself is a kind of political echo of the 'there is neither Jew nor Greek' unity of the Christian church. But like so many of the Christian virtues that form the cultural bedrock of the West, the expectation that loyal Americans would commit to an 'unnatural' polity that takes precedence over their tribal associations has been hollowed out and twisted into a parody of itself by the Left. It's falling apart.

    Replies: @Twinkie

    The concept of a nation united by disinterested adherence to a rational principle of equality before the law is of course an anomaly in human history; in this sense America itself is a kind of political echo of the ‘there is neither Jew nor Greek’ unity of the Christian church. But like so many of the Christian virtues that form the cultural bedrock of the West, the expectation that loyal Americans would commit to an ‘unnatural’ polity that takes precedence over their tribal associations has been hollowed out and twisted into a parody of itself by the Left. It’s falling apart.

    Very true. But there still remains a few institutions that hold up such patriotism against the tide, with the military being the most obvious example. Not coincidentally, the military is heavily Christian (so much so that it is accused by some atheists of being a “Dominionist” institution). When you train, hunger, fight, and bleed together, the bonds that form are stronger than race or class.

    Although a long-service, all-volunteer military is much more effective and cost-efficient, for the long-term good of national cohesion, the restoration of the draft would be likely very salutary.

    • Replies: @Boomstick
    @Twinkie

    I've long admired the Swiss militia system. Alas, in the US it would be impractical, expensive, and mostly pointless other than the fact of its existence and the public's participation in it.

    Replies: @Twinkie, @NOTA

  141. @NOTA
    @silviosilver

    Yeah, that scene at the Trump campaign HQ the morning after the election, where Chris Christie sings "Empty Chairs at Empty Tables" is a real tear-jerker.

    Replies: @Some Economist, @silviosilver

    I’m most looking forward to the rendition of “Do You Hear The (White) People Sing?” (…singing a song of angry men/It is the music of a people who will not feel guilt again…)

  142. @Desiderius

    America itself is a kind of political echo of the ‘there is neither Jew nor Greek’ unity of the Christian church.
     
    In Christ there is no Jew or Greek.

    If you're not willing to live in Christ, no cash and prizes.

    Replies: @The Last Real Calvinist, @silviosilver

    In Christ there is no Jew or Greek.

    Yes, exactly. That’s why I’m pretty pessimistic about the fate of the good ole USA . . . .

    • LOL: Harry Baldwin
    • Replies: @Harry Baldwin
    @The Last Real Calvinist

    D'oh! Somehow LOL'ed the wrong post. No disrespect!

    Replies: @The Last Real Calvinist

  143. @Svigor

    A good number of Trump supporters get worked up that Obama is a crypto-Muslim so why wouldn’t liberals believe that Trump worships Kek the Frog God?
     
    Balance of Deplorability? Pretty sure the notion would drive leftists ape.

    James Garner knew how to deal with Bruce Lee….
     
    I find it charming that some kids are still bamboozled by east Asian martial arts mythology. How many east Asian MMA champs, again? It took YT to refine, distill, and put that stuff to proper use, too.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @silviosilver, @Broski

    Just lol @ the ridiculous Bruce Lee myth. And just lol @ the extreme butthurt of his fanboys – all too many of them white – when you point it out.

  144. @Desiderius

    America itself is a kind of political echo of the ‘there is neither Jew nor Greek’ unity of the Christian church.
     
    In Christ there is no Jew or Greek.

    If you're not willing to live in Christ, no cash and prizes.

    Replies: @The Last Real Calvinist, @silviosilver

    “Live in” Christ is supposedly somehow different to “worship Christ” or “believe in Christ.” It’s just more useless theological gobbledegook.

    • Replies: @Broski
    @silviosilver


    “Live in” Christ is supposedly somehow different to “worship Christ” or “believe in Christ.” It’s just more useless theological gobbledegook.
     
    Live in, worship, and believe in Christ are the same thing.
    , @Desiderius
    @silviosilver


    “Live in” Christ is supposedly somehow different to “worship Christ” or “believe in Christ.” It’s just more useless theological gobbledegook.
     
    According to whom?

    The idea that one can do one without the other is indeed gobbledegook, but there is nothing theological about it.
  145. I think the “explainer” article format used by Hillary campaign site to expose the green amphibian nationalist threat has become common enough to be mockable.

  146. @Svigor

    A good number of Trump supporters get worked up that Obama is a crypto-Muslim so why wouldn’t liberals believe that Trump worships Kek the Frog God?
     
    Balance of Deplorability? Pretty sure the notion would drive leftists ape.

    James Garner knew how to deal with Bruce Lee….
     
    I find it charming that some kids are still bamboozled by east Asian martial arts mythology. How many east Asian MMA champs, again? It took YT to refine, distill, and put that stuff to proper use, too.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @silviosilver, @Broski

    The Gracies aren’t that white. In the U.S. they could easily claim to be black under the Sean King precedent. True white martial arts were reduced to boxing (dominated by blacks and, at the lighter end, Latinos) and collegiate wrestling before MMA.

    Whites seem to be good at MMA though, compared to every combat sport besides wrestling. In the classical aesthetic sense, Randy Couture, George St. Pierre, Ewan McGregor and their ilk are paragons of masculinity, which is cool for young white men.

  147. @silviosilver
    @Desiderius

    "Live in" Christ is supposedly somehow different to "worship Christ" or "believe in Christ." It's just more useless theological gobbledegook.

    Replies: @Broski, @Desiderius

    “Live in” Christ is supposedly somehow different to “worship Christ” or “believe in Christ.” It’s just more useless theological gobbledegook.

    Live in, worship, and believe in Christ are the same thing.

  148. @silviosilver
    @Desiderius

    "Live in" Christ is supposedly somehow different to "worship Christ" or "believe in Christ." It's just more useless theological gobbledegook.

    Replies: @Broski, @Desiderius

    “Live in” Christ is supposedly somehow different to “worship Christ” or “believe in Christ.” It’s just more useless theological gobbledegook.

    According to whom?

    The idea that one can do one without the other is indeed gobbledegook, but there is nothing theological about it.

  149. @Twinkie
    @Desiderius


    The United States of America, by the short hairs.
     
    Nah, just all the desirable zip codes from the looks of the racial residential patterns.

    Mr. Sailer did a post at some point about real estate value gains by race, and the conclusion at which he arrived was that Asians were leading indicators of rising real estate value.

    Replies: @Desiderius

    I was measuring by net debt outstanding.

    Note also that the Levant is in Asia.

  150. @Twinkie
    @The Last Real Calvinist


    The concept of a nation united by disinterested adherence to a rational principle of equality before the law is of course an anomaly in human history; in this sense America itself is a kind of political echo of the ‘there is neither Jew nor Greek’ unity of the Christian church. But like so many of the Christian virtues that form the cultural bedrock of the West, the expectation that loyal Americans would commit to an ‘unnatural’ polity that takes precedence over their tribal associations has been hollowed out and twisted into a parody of itself by the Left. It’s falling apart.
     
    Very true. But there still remains a few institutions that hold up such patriotism against the tide, with the military being the most obvious example. Not coincidentally, the military is heavily Christian (so much so that it is accused by some atheists of being a "Dominionist" institution). When you train, hunger, fight, and bleed together, the bonds that form are stronger than race or class.

    Although a long-service, all-volunteer military is much more effective and cost-efficient, for the long-term good of national cohesion, the restoration of the draft would be likely very salutary.

    Replies: @Boomstick

    I’ve long admired the Swiss militia system. Alas, in the US it would be impractical, expensive, and mostly pointless other than the fact of its existence and the public’s participation in it.

    • Replies: @Twinkie
    @Boomstick


    I’ve long admired the Swiss militia system.
     
    I'll take the government-issued select-fire rifle and hundreds of ammo, please!

    Actually, the militia system in Switzerland is great, but its gun law is more restrictive, so I'll side with our Second Amendment.

    Replies: @Kylie

    , @NOTA
    @Boomstick

    On the other hand, a Swiss outlook to military intervention in other countries would be a very welcome change....

  151. @Broski
    @countenance

    When a racial group feels under attack, race loyalty starts to trump all ideological reasoning. Just as blacks vote 9:1, whites are now increasingly looking to blood rather than reason. This is why diversity is always bad for efficient democratic rule.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    whites are now increasingly looking to blood rather than reason.

    Seems to me Whites are starting to wake up from their stupor and embrace reason. Can you give examples where they are increasingly turning away from reason?

  152. @The Last Real Calvinist
    @Desiderius


    In Christ there is no Jew or Greek.

     

    Yes, exactly. That's why I'm pretty pessimistic about the fate of the good ole USA . . . .

    Replies: @Harry Baldwin

    D’oh! Somehow LOL’ed the wrong post. No disrespect!

    • Replies: @The Last Real Calvinist
    @Harry Baldwin

    No worries!

  153. “…the restoration of the draft would be likely very salutary.”

    It will never happen of course, but I have wondered what the effect of a war along with a serious draft would have on US immigration (legal and illegal)…

  154. @Harry Baldwin
    @The Last Real Calvinist

    D'oh! Somehow LOL'ed the wrong post. No disrespect!

    Replies: @The Last Real Calvinist

    No worries!

  155. @Altai
    @Frau Katze

    4Chans greatest hits.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qlXepby4Ck4

    Replies: @Frau Katze, @Yngvar

    Thanks! I hadn’t heard of most of them, and even if I had heard a bit (“Bronies”) I had no idea that 4chan was involved.

  156. @Boomstick
    @Twinkie

    I've long admired the Swiss militia system. Alas, in the US it would be impractical, expensive, and mostly pointless other than the fact of its existence and the public's participation in it.

    Replies: @Twinkie, @NOTA

    I’ve long admired the Swiss militia system.

    I’ll take the government-issued select-fire rifle and hundreds of ammo, please!

    Actually, the militia system in Switzerland is great, but its gun law is more restrictive, so I’ll side with our Second Amendment.

    • Replies: @Kylie
    @Twinkie

    "I’ll take the government-issued select-fire rifle and hundreds of ammo, please!"

    I'll have what you're having, only make mine thousands of rounds of ammo, please.

  157. @Altai
    @Frau Katze

    4Chans greatest hits.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qlXepby4Ck4

    Replies: @Frau Katze, @Yngvar

    I’ve wasted far to much time on 4chan, had to quit, but as I see it Boxxy is still the Queen.

  158. @Jonathan Silber
    Maybe Alt-Right Pepe is the frog in Hillary's throat.

    Replies: @Brutusale

    More like the frog AT Hillary’s throat.

  159. @D. K.
    Apparently, there is no need for a replacement-- merely for the proper antidote:

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/early-lead/wp/2016/09/12/the-man-who-discovered-cte-thinks-hillary-clinton-may-have-been-poisoned/

    (If I were Roger Goodell, I might want to ask for a second opinion, right about now...!?!?!)

    Replies: @Peripatetic commenter, @Paul Mendez, @Brutusale

    Roger Goodell has other things to worry about. He’s in the bunker plotting right now.

  160. @Clyde
    Hillary and her surrogates can rattle on about this so called Pepe and the alt-right but 99% of her high-low coalition will only be confused and not get what the fuss is about. These Hillary stooges are wasting their time unless they are somehow getting paid to bloviate.
    If-when Trump get elected then it will be a different story with the Dems having plenty of time and money to try and tar DJT with alleged alt-right racism, trans LGBT phobia, Muslim phobia, Samoan, Micronesians and Aleutian Islanders phobias and so on.

    Replies: @Forbes, @RonaldB

    “99% of her high-low coalition will only be confused and not get what the fuss is about. ”

    I don’t quite agree with you. Recall that the national polling margins are pretty tight. Even if Hillary wins the electoral vote, a distinct possibility, no President wants to be elected with an absolute minority of the votes cast. It tends to embolden things like corruption investigations.

    My guess is that Hillary is going after the liberal (not Orthodox) Jewish vote, and the Bernie Sanders supporters, who are white, college educated, and somewhat hip. The Jewish vote went 70% for Obama the last election, so in a tight race, the habitually liberal white vote could be decisive.

    I doubt if most blacks were even exposed to the terminology. Blacks tend to listen to black TV and radio, which is not likely to be too detailed on what she actually said. I think “Hillary calls out Republican racists” is about what they would report.

    When you build coalitions, you have to address each faction separately. There is very little common culture for a general appeal.

    • Replies: @Jefferson
    @RonaldB

    "Blacks tend to listen to black TV and radio,"

    I notice that even Black Baby Boomers on average are not really into White Baby Boomer pop culture. Not many Black Baby Boomers watched Happy Days or listened to The James Gang for example.

    Even Black stoners on average are not really into White stoner pop culture. You don't see Snoop Dogg and Whiz Khalifa name drop Pineapple Express or Dazed And Confused in their songs.

    You find racial segregation even among African Americans pop culture preferences.

  161. @Anonym
    @wren

    It is so funny to read those kinds of articles that have to spell out exactly how they want you to think about everything. It’s like those radio shows on NPR where the whole point is to set up a narrative that needs to be parroted.

    White supremacist Nazi frogs? Here's what you need to know.

    It does read like one of those articles. And yet it's so loopy that they are actually responding directly to the provocation. The liberal baby boomers have truly become the staid, inflexible people they were rebelling against in the 60s. Oh, they have different views, but the humorlessness and inability to fight back is identical.

    One of the great things about this election is the willingness of both Trump and Clinton to exchange blows without defense. Despite the presence of Admiral Ackbar advising that it's a trap, they have gone at it like Frye vs Takayama. It has been the most addictive election that I can recall. GDP is going to go up in December, when everyone puts the hours they were spending finding out about the election into productive activities again.

    BTW I was googling online about "here's what you need to know" and found an Onion article. I thought it was interesting, as it is only half-heartedly opposed to the alt-right. Indeed, their picture links straight to an anti-white genocide website. Things have come so far in the last decade. The media once had the discipline to avoid feeding you the information. Now they don't even care.

    http://www.theonion.com/infographic/what-alt-right-53747

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Warner, @RonaldB

    I agree with everything you said, except your scurrilous, malevolent comments on baby boomers, of which I am one.

    • Replies: @Anonym
    @RonaldB

    Are you a liberal baby boomer? I qualified my statement. And I was referring to Hillary, a first wave boomer. Not sure if she personally gave the go-ahead on the subject, but she has certainly tackled the alt-right personally. How.

    Replies: @Anonym

  162. @Twinkie
    @Boomstick


    I’ve long admired the Swiss militia system.
     
    I'll take the government-issued select-fire rifle and hundreds of ammo, please!

    Actually, the militia system in Switzerland is great, but its gun law is more restrictive, so I'll side with our Second Amendment.

    Replies: @Kylie

    “I’ll take the government-issued select-fire rifle and hundreds of ammo, please!”

    I’ll have what you’re having, only make mine thousands of rounds of ammo, please.

  163. @RonaldB
    @Clyde

    "99% of her high-low coalition will only be confused and not get what the fuss is about. "

    I don't quite agree with you. Recall that the national polling margins are pretty tight. Even if Hillary wins the electoral vote, a distinct possibility, no President wants to be elected with an absolute minority of the votes cast. It tends to embolden things like corruption investigations.

    My guess is that Hillary is going after the liberal (not Orthodox) Jewish vote, and the Bernie Sanders supporters, who are white, college educated, and somewhat hip. The Jewish vote went 70% for Obama the last election, so in a tight race, the habitually liberal white vote could be decisive.

    I doubt if most blacks were even exposed to the terminology. Blacks tend to listen to black TV and radio, which is not likely to be too detailed on what she actually said. I think "Hillary calls out Republican racists" is about what they would report.

    When you build coalitions, you have to address each faction separately. There is very little common culture for a general appeal.

    Replies: @Jefferson

    “Blacks tend to listen to black TV and radio,”

    I notice that even Black Baby Boomers on average are not really into White Baby Boomer pop culture. Not many Black Baby Boomers watched Happy Days or listened to The James Gang for example.

    Even Black stoners on average are not really into White stoner pop culture. You don’t see Snoop Dogg and Whiz Khalifa name drop Pineapple Express or Dazed And Confused in their songs.

    You find racial segregation even among African Americans pop culture preferences.

  164. @RonaldB
    @Anonym

    I agree with everything you said, except your scurrilous, malevolent comments on baby boomers, of which I am one.

    Replies: @Anonym

    Are you a liberal baby boomer? I qualified my statement. And I was referring to Hillary, a first wave boomer. Not sure if she personally gave the go-ahead on the subject, but she has certainly tackled the alt-right personally. How.

    • Replies: @Anonym
    @Anonym

    How can I be unilaterally opposed to baby boomers given I read boomer Steve's site religiously, and presumably think he's an all-round good guy? No it's the liberals I have an issue with.

  165. @Anonym
    @RonaldB

    Are you a liberal baby boomer? I qualified my statement. And I was referring to Hillary, a first wave boomer. Not sure if she personally gave the go-ahead on the subject, but she has certainly tackled the alt-right personally. How.

    Replies: @Anonym

    How can I be unilaterally opposed to baby boomers given I read boomer Steve’s site religiously, and presumably think he’s an all-round good guy? No it’s the liberals I have an issue with.

  166. @Thomas
    Questioning the health of a presidential candidate with a decade-long history of neurological events = conspiracy theory.

    Seeing white supremacist shout-outs in a cartoon frog = Paul Revere's second ride.

    I'm more and more convinced that the Clinton campaign is dominated by a journalist/consultant bubble in ways that are hurting them. The normal people who don't spend their waking hours looking for online neo-Nazi tells, who vote in places that matter, would see this and wonder what they're talking about.

    Replies: @Olorin

  167. @Boomstick
    @Twinkie

    I've long admired the Swiss militia system. Alas, in the US it would be impractical, expensive, and mostly pointless other than the fact of its existence and the public's participation in it.

    Replies: @Twinkie, @NOTA

    On the other hand, a Swiss outlook to military intervention in other countries would be a very welcome change….

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