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Besides the BLM atrocity in Dallas, how many other shootings of whites on Thursday-Friday were inspired by the BLM movement?

I come up with four other incidents (besides Dallas) in which white cops were shot at by nonwhites during those two days, with three woundings.

One appears to be definitely BLM-related.

But the other three are uncertain at this point. One of the other three shooters was black, one Hispanic, and one an Asian adopted by whites.

It’s quite possible that some or all of the other three were unrelated to the BLM movement. But then that simply raises the question of how dangerous it is out there for cops. Does this kind of craziness happen all the time?

It’s a big country, so lots of bad stuff happens, but this seems a little much.

Cops don’t get shot as much anymore as they did around, say, 1970, because since then they’ve worked out procedures that make it almost impossible to get away by shooting a cop. In old movies, desperadoes are often depicted getting away from traffic stops by shooting the policeman. (No Country for Old Men might be the last in that genre.)

But these days, shooting a cop is a kamikaze trip. So five separate attacks on policemen on Thursday-Friday seem a little much. Here are what’s known at present about the four besides Dallas:

1. Bristol, Tennessee: Black man angry over police shootings kills a white lady delivering newspapers and wounds three other people, including a cop:

Suspect’s friends, family shocked by Tennessee shooting
Posted: Jul 09, 2016 12:55 AM PDT

By STEVE MEGARGEE and ADRIAN SAINZ
Associated Press

BRISTOL, Tenn. (AP) – Friends and family of a black Army veteran accused of shooting at passing cars and police on a Tennessee highway are struggling to accept that he became violent in response to police killings of African-Americans.

One woman died and three others were wounded, including an officer, as police traded gunfire early Thursday with the suspect, identified as Lakeem Keon Scott, 37.

… Scott – allegedly armed with an assault rifle, a pistol and a large amount of ammunition – was wounded in the shootout and remains hospitalized in serious but stable condition.

In preliminary conversations on Friday, the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation said he cited anger over the police killings of black men. …

The shots rang out along a Tennessee highway hours before another black Army veteran shot 12 officers at a march in Dallas protesting this week’s police killings of black men in Louisiana and Minnesota.

Also Friday in south Georgia, police said one officer was ambushed when called to an apartment complex to investigate a report of a break-in. Another officer was fired upon by a motorist north of Atlanta.

And just outside St. Louis, police say an officer was ambushed during a traffic stop.

Other departments report being bombarded with threats; some are now requiring officers to patrol in pairs. …

Newspaper carrier Jennifer Rooney, a 44-year-old mother of two, was struck by a bullet as she drove to pick up papers for the morning delivery.

Here’s a GoFundMe site to help out her four children. So far, it has raised $2,600.

… The wounded included the longtime front desk clerk at a Days Inn hotel, Deborah Watts, who was in serious but stable condition. Investigators say Scott fired first at the hotel. …

David Whitman Davis was also injured by flying glass from the gunfire, the TBI said.

Officer Matthew Cousins was hit in the leg.

2. Ballwin, Missouri: black man shoots white cop from behind during traffic stop:

Ballwin officer wounded in attack during traffic stop identified

Flamion stopped a car for speeding northbound on New Ballwin Road about 11 a.m., police said. As the officer went back to his car, the driver of the stopped car got out, came up behind him and fired three shots, police said.

“Make no mistake, we believe that Ballwin officer was ambushed,” St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar said Friday.

The gunman fled north on New Ballwin Road and was captured in Manchester several miles northeast of the shooting scene, after jumping out of the car and running, police said. …

Court documents said Taylor used a .22-caliber gun to shoot Flamion. Authorities said Taylor has a lengthy criminal history.

Police had no information about a motive.

3. Valdosta, Georgia: Asian man raised by whites ambushes white cop.

From the Athens Banner-Herald:

‘Gentle’ Valdosta man accused of using 911 to ambush officer
By GARY FINEOUT AND RUSS BYNUM ASSOCIATED PRESS –

VALDOSTA | Police say a Georgia police officer and his assailant should survive a shootout that began with an ambush only hours after a sniper in Dallas killed five officers and wounded seven more.

Stephen Paul Beck, a 22-year-old recovering drug addict, is accused of calling 911 to lure police to his apartment complex in Valdosta and then opening fire.

Officer Randall Hancock’s protective vest took some of the bullets, but he was hit once just below it, in the abdomen, Georgia Bureau of Investigation spokesman Scott Dutton said.

It’s been a tense week between white police officers and black civilians. In this case, the suspect is Asian, and the officer is white.

Dutton said there’s no evidence to support a connection with the shootings in Dallas. Investigators are looking into whether Beck might be angry at police in general, but Dutton said “there’s nothing that indicates he’s got that type of an issue.” …

Hancock underwent surgery at a local hospital and was stable Friday as he rested with his family by his side, the chief said. The suspect was also considered stable, he said. …

The police chief said Hancock was wearing a body camera, and its video footage had been turned over to the GBI.

Friends and neighbors of Beck said they were stunned. He had moved to Valdosta years ago from metro Atlanta to check into a live-in treatment center for people with chemical dependencies, but several people who knew Beck said he had turned his life around. …

“He was adopted, but he came from a good family,” Sobczak said.

4. Roswell, Georgia: Spanish-surnamed man shoots at white cop, but doesn’t hit him.

Police: Shot fired at Roswell officer, suspect arrested
by: Mike Petchenik Updated: Jul 8, 2016 – 4:39 PM

ROSWELL, Ga. — A suspect is under arrest after police say a Roswell officer was shot at during a patrol early Friday morning.

Officer Brian McKenzie was in the area of Old Roswell Road and Commerce Parkway when police say a passing vehicle fired a shot at the McKenzie’s patrol car.

“He noticed a vehicle slow down and then heard what he thought was either gunfire or fireworks. He looked over and realized it was gunfire coming towards him,” said Roswell police official Zachary Frommer.

McKenzie was not hit.

Frommer says McKenzie chased 21-year-old Victor Mejia Nunez, but the Riverdale man crashed the stolen SUV he was driving.

“Detectives have been speaking to him. He’s been less than forthcoming so we don’t know motive or anything like that,” Frommer said.

 
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  1. Upon seeing the photo of DeRay Mckesson’s arrest and his cool shoes I did some googling, and I wonder: How many of the most enthusiastic members of the Black Lives Matter movement are just trying to get laid?

    • Replies: @Dave Pinsen
    @larry lurker

    DeRay is gay. Milo (also gay) weighed in on him tonight:

    https://twitter.com/Nero/status/752033493794914304

    https://twitter.com/Nero/status/752013850711588864

    Replies: @Jefferson, @Chrisnonymous, @larry lurker

    , @2 Minute Alpha
    @larry lurker

    "How many of the most enthusiastic members of the Black Lives Matter movement are just trying to get laid?"

    According to Earl Butz; all of them.

    Replies: @Former Darfur, @AnotherDad

  2. @larry lurker
    Upon seeing the photo of DeRay Mckesson's arrest and his cool shoes I did some googling, and I wonder: How many of the most enthusiastic members of the Black Lives Matter movement are just trying to get laid?

    Replies: @Dave Pinsen, @2 Minute Alpha

    • Replies: @Jefferson
    @Dave Pinsen

    If Milo was a Heterosexual, he would be getting mad vagina. He has a look that a lot of women like.

    , @Chrisnonymous
    @Dave Pinsen

    Dave, I like you, but I don't appreciate these kind of triggering comments. iSteve should be a safe space for homophobes.

    Replies: @Kylie

    , @larry lurker
    @Dave Pinsen

    Love Milo. His statements about male homosexuality being a choice* are a little beyond the pale for me, but he's immensely entertaining.

    * If he made a distinction between being openly/actively(/passively?) gay and simply being gay I'd have no problem with it, but he doesn't. Confused gay teens don't need to hear that shit, trolling or not.

    Replies: @SPMoore8

  3. eah says:

    So far, it has raised $2,600.

    As I write this comment, the GoFundMe page for Alton Sterling’s family has raised >$670k — it’s the ‘ghetto lottery’ of the internet age.

    Those interested can view Sterling’s lengthy rap sheet here (just to be clear: not that I think this means his shooting was necessarily justified).

    • Replies: @Jefferson
    @eah

    "So far, it has raised $2,600.

    As I write this comment, the GoFundMe page for Alton Sterling’s family has raised >$670k — it’s the ‘ghetto lottery’ of the internet age.

    Those interested can view Sterling’s lengthy rap sheet here (just to be clear: not that I think this means his shooting was necessarily justified)."

    Alton Sterling has 5 kids and several baby mamas. They will blow through that entire money within 1 year or less.

    Replies: @Canadian

    , @Anonymous
    @eah


    As I write this comment, the GoFundMe page for Alton Sterling’s family has raised >$670k — it’s the ‘ghetto lottery’ of the internet age.

     

    yeah, within hours of his death, the family had t-shirts with his photo on them, and they were holding a press conference...
    , @LiveFreeOrDie
    @eah

    How about a "Go f**k them" page?

  4. @eah
    So far, it has raised $2,600.

    As I write this comment, the GoFundMe page for Alton Sterling's family has raised >$670k -- it's the 'ghetto lottery' of the internet age.

    Those interested can view Sterling's lengthy rap sheet here (just to be clear: not that I think this means his shooting was necessarily justified).

    Replies: @Jefferson, @Anonymous, @LiveFreeOrDie

    “So far, it has raised $2,600.

    As I write this comment, the GoFundMe page for Alton Sterling’s family has raised >$670k — it’s the ‘ghetto lottery’ of the internet age.

    Those interested can view Sterling’s lengthy rap sheet here (just to be clear: not that I think this means his shooting was necessarily justified).”

    Alton Sterling has 5 kids and several baby mamas. They will blow through that entire money within 1 year or less.

    • Replies: @Canadian
    @Jefferson

    How many bootleg CDs would Alton have had to sell to make that kinda cash?

  5. Newspaper carrier Jennifer Rooney, a 44-year-old mother of two, was struck by a bullet as she drove to pick up papers for the morning delivery.

    A clear case of ‘white privilege’.

  6. @Dave Pinsen
    @larry lurker

    DeRay is gay. Milo (also gay) weighed in on him tonight:

    https://twitter.com/Nero/status/752033493794914304

    https://twitter.com/Nero/status/752013850711588864

    Replies: @Jefferson, @Chrisnonymous, @larry lurker

    If Milo was a Heterosexual, he would be getting mad vagina. He has a look that a lot of women like.

  7. Meanwhile, there are at least two GoFundMe campaigns bearing Philando Castile’s name. One has raised over $166,000, the other over $61,000.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @Grumpy

    How do we know money will actually get to putative recipients? How does GoFundMe work, anyway?

    By the way, here is a totally legit GoFundMe for Ray Jennings, the Palmdale security guard who spent six years in prison for a murder it was always completely obvious he didn't do:

    https://www.gofundme.com/RayJennings

    The pro bono lawyers who got the LA district attorney's office to admit (amazingly enough) that they totally screwed the pooch on this case are trying to raise some money so this guy won't be homeless.

    Here's more on this injustice:

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/justice-young-lawyers-pro-bono-work-frees-man-wrongfully-convicted-of-murder/

    Replies: @AndrewR, @rod1963

    , @Steve Sailer
    @Grumpy

    How do we know money will actually get to putative recipients? How does GoFundMe work, anyway?

    By the way, here is a totally legit GoFundMe for Ray Jennings, the Palmdale security guard who spent six years in prison for a murder it was always completely obvious he didn't do:

    https://www.gofundme.com/RayJennings

    The pro bono lawyers who got the LA district attorney's office to admit (amazingly enough) that they totally screwed the pooch on this case are trying to raise some money so this guy won't be homeless.

    Here's more on this injustice:

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/justice-young-lawyers-pro-bono-work-frees-man-wrongfully-convicted-of-murder/

  8. @Grumpy
    Meanwhile, there are at least two GoFundMe campaigns bearing Philando Castile's name. One has raised over $166,000, the other over $61,000.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Steve Sailer

    How do we know money will actually get to putative recipients? How does GoFundMe work, anyway?

    By the way, here is a totally legit GoFundMe for Ray Jennings, the Palmdale security guard who spent six years in prison for a murder it was always completely obvious he didn’t do:

    https://www.gofundme.com/RayJennings

    The pro bono lawyers who got the LA district attorney’s office to admit (amazingly enough) that they totally screwed the pooch on this case are trying to raise some money so this guy won’t be homeless.

    Here’s more on this injustice:

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/justice-young-lawyers-pro-bono-work-frees-man-wrongfully-convicted-of-murder/

    • Replies: @AndrewR
    @Steve Sailer

    The money should come from the cops, prosecutors, judges and prisons involved, not from sympathetic third parties.

    As long as tyrants have no incentive to not be tyrannical, innocent people will be railroaded.

    , @rod1963
    @Steve Sailer

    I remember that case when it happened. At best the evidence that tied Jennings to the murder were almost non-existent. It is in within walking distance of where I live.

    Jennings attorney should be suing the city of Palmdale and all the other parties who had him railroaded into jail. Seriously they need to.

    He deserves compensation from them.

    Replies: @bomag

  9. Thousands of Minnesota motorists stranded on a closed highway:

    If Soros is really funding BLM, he is Objectively Pro-Trump.

    • Replies: @Truth
    @Lot

    The short answer to your question, Steve-O, is "none."

    Hey, anyway, hopefully the Minneapolis police know how to celebrate their "victory" with the same panache as do the Orlandians: Although with the whole "Scandanavian Cool" thing going on, I doubt it."

    In any event, here is an official video release from the Orlando Police Department 2 weeks after the "Most deadliest, single-shooter terrorist incident in the history of the U.S." I want to warn you now, the tone is somewhat somber and depressing, most depressing is the choice of music, and it's lyrics that they selected to go with a gay, nightclub shooting."

    Again, this is an official video, two weeks after the incident, as confirmed by the youtube channel, not a hoax.

    Oh and yes you should feel just as stupid and sheeplike as you do right now...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u-CdO4jMOYI

    Replies: @Anonymous, @al gore rhythms, @Inquiring Mind, @Kylie, @Gato de la Biblioteca, @Brutusale

    , @WhatEvvs
    @Lot

    In the day I would have been sympathetic to the good taxpaying citizens of Minnesota for putting up with such a disgusting inconvenience. Now I think they get what they deserve. They elected a Farmer-Labor creep as governor who said that Castile was killed because he was black. Eff the people of Minnesota.

    That Farmer-Labor name is a total joke. It evokes images of Swedes in overalls, cow manure on their hands...factory laborers, etc. The governor is from a fabulously rich family. He hasn't done a day of labor in his life.

    , @AndrewR
    @Lot

    This stuff doesn't help Trump as much as one might think. A cursory look at Twitter and Facebook (which I think can be reasonably used as accurate barometers of public opinion) will dispel the notion that blacks and their enablers behaving badly helps Trump.

    It doesn't help that Trump consistently squanders the opportunities to politically profit off this stuff. He's in his own world.

    Replies: @Sam, @Lot

    , @Anonymous
    @Lot

    It seems people forget that the fruit of 1968 was Richard M. Nixon.

  10. @Grumpy
    Meanwhile, there are at least two GoFundMe campaigns bearing Philando Castile's name. One has raised over $166,000, the other over $61,000.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Steve Sailer

    How do we know money will actually get to putative recipients? How does GoFundMe work, anyway?

    By the way, here is a totally legit GoFundMe for Ray Jennings, the Palmdale security guard who spent six years in prison for a murder it was always completely obvious he didn’t do:

    https://www.gofundme.com/RayJennings

    The pro bono lawyers who got the LA district attorney’s office to admit (amazingly enough) that they totally screwed the pooch on this case are trying to raise some money so this guy won’t be homeless.

    Here’s more on this injustice:

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/justice-young-lawyers-pro-bono-work-frees-man-wrongfully-convicted-of-murder/

  11. It’s rather worrying the way the media can airbrush the racial angle out of these shootings. It’s also unclear when it says Mrs Rooney was ‘struck by a bullet’ whether this was a deliberate shooting or whether she was caught by a stray bullet. If they have used this passive construction to conceal a racially motivated murder this also bodes badly for media collusion in instigating and then hiding crimes against white Americans.

  12. The article about the black motorist killed in Minnesota has a good illustration of differing white and NAM views on crime, and why Trump’s path to victory is on this issue more than any other, including immigration.

    http://bigstory.ap.org/article/81351f97c0be4caea5c91b5662848129

    He was pulled over 3 to 4 times per year for the past 13 years, again and again, for driving without a driver’s license, driving without car insurance, and not having a muffler.

    For the most part, NAM communities don’t think there is much wrong with driving without insurance. They regard the laws and requirements for responsible driving as annoyances and oppression by white culture.

    So as America browns, this is going to be an increasing source of conflict.

    As an example, in exurban San Diego County, nearly all police stops for driving without insurance were of NAMs, so courts forced the local governments to stop doing no-insurance checks a few years ago.

    As badly as Trump is doing running his campaign, Hillary is running on a David Dinkins platform that the real problem here is white racism and police misconduct. If she keeps it up, she could end losing the vote of a large number of white Democrats. It is also probably inevitable that there will be one or more BLM disruptions of her events as well as her VP choice. When it happened to Sanders, it was probably the single worst moment of his campaign. She’ll look weak letting it happen, and then she’ll look worse meekly agreeing with everything they said.

    • Replies: @Jefferson
    @Lot

    "It is also probably inevitable that there will be one or more BLM disruptions of her events as well as her VP choice. When it happened to Sanders, it was probably the single worst moment of his campaign. She’ll look weak letting it happen, and then she’ll look worse meekly agreeing with everything they said."

    Hildabeast needs to pick a Black VP running mate in order to keep Mulignan Lies Matter happy, so they won't protest her convention in Philly. So forget Fauxahontas and the Filipino looking Mexican from San Antonio, she needs to pick Cory Booker.

    , @donut
    @Lot

    " she could end losing the vote of a large number of white Democrats."

    I'm guessing you're not acquainted with too many white Democrats .

    , @AndrewR
    @Lot

    I figured it was obvious that all self respecting white people left the Democrat party years ago and that only extreme racial masochists remain. Apparently not.

    Anyway, there are sound reasons to criticize our present drivers licensing and auto registration scheme and especially auto insurance requirements. Both are rackets, for the state and for the insurance industry respectively. At the very least they are massively regressive systems in which those who drive few miles subsidize those who drive much more. Insurance and registration costs should directly correspond to the number of miles driven but for reasons not entirely clear to me this is not done.

    Replies: @another fred, @Lot, @EriK

    , @Elf Himself
    @Lot

    "He was pulled over 3 to 4 times per year for the past 13 years, again and again, for driving without a driver’s license, driving without car insurance, and not having a muffler."

    "As an example, in exurban San Diego County, nearly all police stops for driving without insurance…"

    Nobody has yet pointed out that these remarks don't make sense - you can't be pulled over for not having insurance, only cited for that after being pulled over for something else. An officer has no way of knowing a driver doesn't have insurance, or doesn't have a license, just from watching him drive.

    If you are pulled over, and then cited only for not having insurance, or not having a license, the cop is tacitly acknowledging that he had no legitimate reason to pull you over in the first place. In Mr. Castile's case, assuming this actually happened to him, that would be strong evidence that he was repeatedly pulled over for DWB.

    Replies: @SPMoore8, @Anon, @The most deplorable one, @AnotherDad

  13. @Lot
    The article about the black motorist killed in Minnesota has a good illustration of differing white and NAM views on crime, and why Trump's path to victory is on this issue more than any other, including immigration.

    http://bigstory.ap.org/article/81351f97c0be4caea5c91b5662848129

    He was pulled over 3 to 4 times per year for the past 13 years, again and again, for driving without a driver's license, driving without car insurance, and not having a muffler.

    For the most part, NAM communities don't think there is much wrong with driving without insurance. They regard the laws and requirements for responsible driving as annoyances and oppression by white culture.

    So as America browns, this is going to be an increasing source of conflict.

    As an example, in exurban San Diego County, nearly all police stops for driving without insurance were of NAMs, so courts forced the local governments to stop doing no-insurance checks a few years ago.

    As badly as Trump is doing running his campaign, Hillary is running on a David Dinkins platform that the real problem here is white racism and police misconduct. If she keeps it up, she could end losing the vote of a large number of white Democrats. It is also probably inevitable that there will be one or more BLM disruptions of her events as well as her VP choice. When it happened to Sanders, it was probably the single worst moment of his campaign. She'll look weak letting it happen, and then she'll look worse meekly agreeing with everything they said.

    Replies: @Jefferson, @donut, @AndrewR, @Elf Himself

    “It is also probably inevitable that there will be one or more BLM disruptions of her events as well as her VP choice. When it happened to Sanders, it was probably the single worst moment of his campaign. She’ll look weak letting it happen, and then she’ll look worse meekly agreeing with everything they said.”

    Hildabeast needs to pick a Black VP running mate in order to keep Mulignan Lies Matter happy, so they won’t protest her convention in Philly. So forget Fauxahontas and the Filipino looking Mexican from San Antonio, she needs to pick Cory Booker.

  14. I don’t watch any TV, but I’m getting the impression that D’s are successfully giving short shrift to the BLM-related attacks in Dallas and elsewhere and instead are sticking to the party line on the importance of the BLM nonsense narrative.

    It smells like 1859.

    • Replies: @Flip
    @fnn

    Lincoln should have let the South go.

    Replies: @Perspective, @AnotherDad

    , @Anon
    @fnn

    White Dems may not be very aware of what the BLM people are doing if liberal networks are trying to hide the activity, but they'll learn tomorrow or the day after when their commutes are disrupted by all the protesters blocking major routes. Unlike the BLM and various other Soros hirelings, most white Dems have a job.

    The suburbs around the major cities of the US have the largest concentration of white Dems that you can find anywhere. Since white Dems also live a long distance away from their jobs in the city (having been forced out by violent blacks), they have a long way to drive to get to work, and they'll be ticked off by the disruption. A lot of white liberals are happy to support blacks--until they become a target themselves. At that point, they start considering a voting alternative.

    Hillary's coddling of the BLM isn't going to make her popular with the remaining white liberals. Many of them had already drifted away to support Bernie, and they view her as the party's illegitimate candidate, having gained her position via special delegates alone. I can see Gary Johnson or whoever else is pro-pot getting a lot of extra votes from angry Bernie supporters. Hillary needs these voters desperately, and she can't afford to lose them or she'll lose the election.

    The BLM people really have no common sense. They're going to be targeting their own mealy-mouthed libtard supporters, and these are people whose backing they really need; otherwise they'd be going nowhere.

    Replies: @Jefferson, @oh its just me too

  15. Just like Starbucks, Uber should stay the hell out of politics.
    http://www.theverge.com/2016/7/9/12135346/uber-app-gun-violence-pause

    Way too many Social Justice Warriors running Fortune 500 companies. So much for the Left Wing myth that Fortune 500 companies are run by evil racist sexist White Republican men who all behave like Don Draper.

    • Replies: @AnotherDad
    @Jefferson


    Just like Starbucks, Uber should stay the hell out of politics.
     
    Awesome if someone talented could hack Uber so their customer could have a minute pause to "reflect on black violence".
    , @AndrewR
    @Jefferson

    The SJWs have an impressive knack for invading every nook and cranny of society. We could learn a great deal from them tactically.

    Replies: @Kylie

  16. @Dave Pinsen
    @larry lurker

    DeRay is gay. Milo (also gay) weighed in on him tonight:

    https://twitter.com/Nero/status/752033493794914304

    https://twitter.com/Nero/status/752013850711588864

    Replies: @Jefferson, @Chrisnonymous, @larry lurker

    Dave, I like you, but I don’t appreciate these kind of triggering comments. iSteve should be a safe space for homophobes.

    • Replies: @Kylie
    @Chrisnonymous

    "Dave, I like you, but I don’t appreciate these kind of triggering comments. iSteve should be a safe space for homophobes."

    I don't appreciate them, either. So if you identify as male, I'd prefer you not profess your "liking" for Dave in our safe space.

  17. Police will, I suspect, work out ways to minimize the casualties even from kamikaze ambush attacks, but it will further militarize law enforcement. Certain situations may be deemed too dangerous to send in human officers even before shots have been fired. Reconnaissance by drone or robotic vehicle will precede police intervention in many secctions of black or other dangerous neighborhoods. Human intervention will resemble small versions of the Normandy invasion. Demonstrations such as the one in Dallas will either be banned entirely, or will permitted only after sweeps of buildings along the march route.

  18. Anti-third-world-migration conservative coalition narrowly holds onto power in Australia:

    http://www.cnn.com/2016/07/09/asia/australia-election-bill-shorten-concedes/

    • Replies: @Clyde
    @Lot


    Anti-third-world-migration conservative coalition narrowly holds onto power in Australia:
    http://www.cnn.com/2016/07/09/asia/australia-election-bill-shorten-concedes/
     
    The Australian posters here have pointed out that their island is being swamped by legal Chinese/Indian/Asian immigration. They will tend to be educated but European Australia will disappear. We (America) get swamped by illegal Hispanic & Asian third worlders and their riff raff. Plus the 100,000 annual refugees, Muslim and otherwise useless to America. We even get Nepalese refugees. Crazy! Effink Nepal! A big ol hippie destination, friends showed me a beautiful postcard of Nepalese mountains in 1986. They had been there, told me the big lake in it was utterly polluted.
  19. Continuing to serve as Australian PM will be Malcolm Turnbull, who’s mother’s mother he claims is Jewish or partly so. His mother’s father is a cousin to Angela Lansbury and a descendant of railroad worker’s son who became a radical socialist newspaper publisher. He later lead the Labour Party when it was still the 3rd largest party behind the Liberals.

  20. Mulignan Lies Matter march in Salt Lake City.
    http://www.theverge.com/2016/7/9/12135346/uber-app-gun-violence-pause

    Since Salt Lake City is only 2 percent Black, the vast majority of the protesters there were not even Black.

    This is the Whitest Mulignan Lies Matter rally I have ever seen in my life.

    It looks more like the racial demographics of a Sheryl Crow concert.

  21. White Death enabling Oxycontin ring set up by hispanic, armenian immigrants in Los Angeles:

    http://www.latimes.com/local/la-me-oxycontin-drug-ring-20160710-story.html

    What makes this story special is some of the details:

    They set up a waiting room, hired an elderly physician and gave the place a name that sounded like an ordinary clinic: Lake Medical.

    The doctor began prescribing the opioid painkiller OxyContin – in extraordinary quantities. In a single week in September, she issued orders for 1,500 pills, more than entire pharmacies sold in a month. In October, it was 11,000 pills. By December, she had prescribed more than 73,000, with a street value of nearly $6 million

    You might thing that someone would notice that a single doctor was writing prescriptions for millions of dollars of Oxy per month. And Big Pharma did notice, and was pleased!

    A sales manager went to check out the clinic and the company launched an investigation, concluding that Lake Medical was working with a corrupt pharmacy in Huntington Park to obtain large quantities of OxyContin.

    “Shouldn’t the DEA be contacted about this?” the sales manager, Michele Ringler, told company officials in a 2009 email. Later that evening, she added, “I feel very certain this is an organized drug ring…”

    Hahaha, contacting the DEA about this physician? Really? Normally they have to hire a bunch of sexy sales reps to get a doctor to write $20,000 of Oxy scripts a month. But this vibrant doctora did so all on her own!

    Purdue did not shut off the supply of highly addictive OxyContin and did not tell authorities what it knew about Lake Medical until several years later when the clinic was out of business and its leaders indicted.

    By that time, 1.1 million pills had spilled into the hands of Armenian mobsters, the Crips gang and other criminals.

    Don’t worry, no rich Pharma execs will even face a wrist-slapping:

    The federal government has not accused Purdue of any wrongdoing in the case of Lake Medical or other suspected drug operations.

    • Replies: @YT Wurlitzer
    @Lot

    LA Times is still one of the better investigative papers. Lately teevee has begun to cover the heroin epidemic among whites, but they never talk about how a privately owned company was allowed to create it without interference from all the federal watchdogs. Almost like a public-private partnership in drug dealing. $31Bn in profits. Just wow.

  22. @Lot
    Thousands of Minnesota motorists stranded on a closed highway:

    https://twitter.com/andyrathbun/status/751992557761073152

    If Soros is really funding BLM, he is Objectively Pro-Trump.

    Replies: @Truth, @WhatEvvs, @AndrewR, @Anonymous

    The short answer to your question, Steve-O, is “none.”

    Hey, anyway, hopefully the Minneapolis police know how to celebrate their “victory” with the same panache as do the Orlandians: Although with the whole “Scandanavian Cool” thing going on, I doubt it.”

    In any event, here is an official video release from the Orlando Police Department 2 weeks after the “Most deadliest, single-shooter terrorist incident in the history of the U.S.” I want to warn you now, the tone is somewhat somber and depressing, most depressing is the choice of music, and it’s lyrics that they selected to go with a gay, nightclub shooting.”

    Again, this is an official video, two weeks after the incident, as confirmed by the youtube channel, not a hoax.

    Oh and yes you should feel just as stupid and sheeplike as you do right now…

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Truth

    It's part of an embarrassing PR campaign in Orlando. Organizations across the city are encouraged to take part. Nice try though.

    Replies: @Truth

    , @al gore rhythms
    @Truth

    I suppose this ought to feel like an affront to those who died in Orlando, but because gay culture often seems to revel in the trivial and the trashy it can't help but feel like this response is not all that inappropriate.

    In any case a culture that promotes the idea of equality and equivalence between heterosexual and homosexual relationships is fundamentally unserious, so even if gays are offended they should probably just accept that the kind of country that will legalise gay marriage is also the kind of country that will respond to massacres with Whitney Houston tunes. Overall it's still a pretty big win for them.

    Replies: @AnotherDad

    , @Inquiring Mind
    @Truth

    About the Dancing Deputies in Orlando:

    Look people, the whole economy of Orlando is about tourism and entertainment and the hospitality industry. They have to, they must, put this tragedy behind them and encourage visitors to continue to come to Orlando to do all the things that keeps that place going.

    My fave in the video is the crime-lab technician using the chemical safety shower to give a shout out to Jerry Bruckheimer's Flashdance -- a paean to the bucket shower in the "He's a Dream" musical number.

    Replies: @Inquiring Mind, @Truth

    , @Kylie
    @Truth

    Speaking of dancing. ..

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3681412/Video-Dallas-police-slaughter-appears-protesters-DANCING.html

    , @Gato de la Biblioteca
    @Truth

    A couple of minor points....

    First, I've never heard of people from Orlando being called "Orlandians".

    Second, the Orange County Sheriff's Office is not the same entity as the Orlando Police Department.

    Replies: @Truth

    , @Brutusale
    @Truth

    Boy, those darkies can dance! Dey gut riddim!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g7sNpXJ6ci0

    Replies: @Truth

  23. @Lot
    The article about the black motorist killed in Minnesota has a good illustration of differing white and NAM views on crime, and why Trump's path to victory is on this issue more than any other, including immigration.

    http://bigstory.ap.org/article/81351f97c0be4caea5c91b5662848129

    He was pulled over 3 to 4 times per year for the past 13 years, again and again, for driving without a driver's license, driving without car insurance, and not having a muffler.

    For the most part, NAM communities don't think there is much wrong with driving without insurance. They regard the laws and requirements for responsible driving as annoyances and oppression by white culture.

    So as America browns, this is going to be an increasing source of conflict.

    As an example, in exurban San Diego County, nearly all police stops for driving without insurance were of NAMs, so courts forced the local governments to stop doing no-insurance checks a few years ago.

    As badly as Trump is doing running his campaign, Hillary is running on a David Dinkins platform that the real problem here is white racism and police misconduct. If she keeps it up, she could end losing the vote of a large number of white Democrats. It is also probably inevitable that there will be one or more BLM disruptions of her events as well as her VP choice. When it happened to Sanders, it was probably the single worst moment of his campaign. She'll look weak letting it happen, and then she'll look worse meekly agreeing with everything they said.

    Replies: @Jefferson, @donut, @AndrewR, @Elf Himself

    ” she could end losing the vote of a large number of white Democrats.”

    I’m guessing you’re not acquainted with too many white Democrats .

  24. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    I cannot read all the comments on this site, so I will just blurt out something that’s probably off topic.

    Has anybody mentioned or thought about the impact of cell phone battery life on protests? Many people today cannot function without their toys, and if the protest goes on too long I suspect many people will simply lose interest and drift away if they cant update their friends on everything that has happened in the last two minutes.

    Another idea. What if somebody were to go to one of these protests and turn on a cell phone blocker. Even with battery life what would the impact of becoming a temporary social network isolate be on their interest in protesting?

    • Agree: AndrewR
    • Replies: @WhatEvvs
    @Anonymous

    It's not off topic at all. It's pretty clever. The Black Lies Matter movement is 100% religious/exhibitionistic, and without the ability to broadcast their message, they are nowhere.

    I never knew there was such a thing as a cell phone blocker.

    , @larry lurker
    @Anonymous

    The guys who are livestreaming all night long have to be using portable USB chargers. The 26800mAh one I have is pretty hefty but fits in a pants pocket and will fully charge an iPhone ten or more times- just leave your phone plugged in and you're set for the night.

    But yeah, your average protester isn't doing this and I don't think anyone would wanna be caught out there without a cell phone.

  25. @larry lurker
    Upon seeing the photo of DeRay Mckesson's arrest and his cool shoes I did some googling, and I wonder: How many of the most enthusiastic members of the Black Lives Matter movement are just trying to get laid?

    Replies: @Dave Pinsen, @2 Minute Alpha

    “How many of the most enthusiastic members of the Black Lives Matter movement are just trying to get laid?”

    According to Earl Butz; all of them.

    • Replies: @Former Darfur
    @2 Minute Alpha

    We could use a man like Earl Butz again.

    , @AnotherDad
    @2 Minute Alpha


    According to Earl Butz; all of them.
     
    Man spoke more truth than you'd find in 100 sociology departments.

    Replies: @Jim Don Bob

  26. BLM 5 – Cops 2 in the first quarter of July.

  27. If this was NYC under Giuliani, none of this would have happened. Stop and frisk. And he suppoted the police all the way.

  28. Maybe black people have a reason to be pissed off:

    Gun Activist Says He Warned PD Involved In Philando Castile Shooting About Shady Traffic Stops

    http://thinkprogress.org/justice/2016/07/07/3796266/philando-castile-shooting-st-anthony-police-falcon-heights-improper-stops/

    My guess is that illegal aliens are ripped off by their employers, the system, their customers, and harassed by the police, so the must be upset at everyone.

    Former soldiers are a problem after every war, but especially losing ones like the Bush Obama GWOT. What if Dallas was not a Black thing?

    • Disagree: TWS
    • Replies: @Boomstick
    @George

    The rumor is that Castile was pulled over because he matched the description of an armed robbery suspect, and in fact he does look a lot like the suspect. (It wasn't him.) It's not unlikely that there was some miscommunication and the already jump cop thought Castile was reaching for his gun instead of his wallet.

  29. @Lot
    White Death enabling Oxycontin ring set up by hispanic, armenian immigrants in Los Angeles:

    http://www.latimes.com/local/la-me-oxycontin-drug-ring-20160710-story.html

    What makes this story special is some of the details:

    They set up a waiting room, hired an elderly physician and gave the place a name that sounded like an ordinary clinic: Lake Medical.

    The doctor began prescribing the opioid painkiller OxyContin – in extraordinary quantities. In a single week in September, she issued orders for 1,500 pills, more than entire pharmacies sold in a month. In October, it was 11,000 pills. By December, she had prescribed more than 73,000, with a street value of nearly $6 million
     
    You might thing that someone would notice that a single doctor was writing prescriptions for millions of dollars of Oxy per month. And Big Pharma did notice, and was pleased!

    A sales manager went to check out the clinic and the company launched an investigation, concluding that Lake Medical was working with a corrupt pharmacy in Huntington Park to obtain large quantities of OxyContin.

    “Shouldn’t the DEA be contacted about this?” the sales manager, Michele Ringler, told company officials in a 2009 email. Later that evening, she added, “I feel very certain this is an organized drug ring...”
     
    Hahaha, contacting the DEA about this physician? Really? Normally they have to hire a bunch of sexy sales reps to get a doctor to write $20,000 of Oxy scripts a month. But this vibrant doctora did so all on her own!

    Purdue did not shut off the supply of highly addictive OxyContin and did not tell authorities what it knew about Lake Medical until several years later when the clinic was out of business and its leaders indicted.

    By that time, 1.1 million pills had spilled into the hands of Armenian mobsters, the Crips gang and other criminals.
     
    Don't worry, no rich Pharma execs will even face a wrist-slapping:


    The federal government has not accused Purdue of any wrongdoing in the case of Lake Medical or other suspected drug operations.
     

    Replies: @YT Wurlitzer

    LA Times is still one of the better investigative papers. Lately teevee has begun to cover the heroin epidemic among whites, but they never talk about how a privately owned company was allowed to create it without interference from all the federal watchdogs. Almost like a public-private partnership in drug dealing. $31Bn in profits. Just wow.

  30. It’s no longer funny that I drive a white Grand Marquis in my predominantly black neighborhood. I am seriously considering getting it painted purple and putting some shiny wheels on it. From Da Man to The Purple Pimpmobile. There is a Black Gentleman working parking lot security where my wife had recently gotten a job. He drives a white Grand Marquis that looks identical to mine but is five years older. We are like brothers. I don’t understand why Ford has discontinued this classic old man’s ride.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @Elmer T. Jones

    They got 32 years out of the "Panther" (Crown Vic, Grand Marquis, Town Car) platform which is like 100 in dog years. The last dinosaur had to die sooner or later.

    , @Louis Renault
    @Elmer T. Jones

    They got rid of it because it had a fuel tank behind the rear axle that ambulance chasing lawyers said was the cause of injuries not the driver who rear ended the car. (often at a high rate of speed).

    Replies: @Jim Don Bob

  31. Maybe Bathroom Barry will warble Amazing Grace at the funerals of the Dallas cops.

  32. anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    Thirteen police were killed in Chicago in 1930, fourteen in 1929, and so on. This was when the population of Chicago was mostly white. Nowadays it’s actually very much lower so police getting killed on the job is nothing new and is getting more infrequent.There’s spikes here and there due to one cause or another leading to much discussion but overall it seems it was tougher for police in the old days.

    • Replies: @Dave Pinsen
    @anonymous

    That was during prohibition. Big peak in organized crime.

    , @Tex
    @anonymous

    Trauma care standards have improved massively since then. You can see it reflected in the decline in the rate of battlefield deaths of US troops from WWI (or further back, if you're counting) to Afghanistan. To make a fuller comparison you'd have to count how many cops are shot, but live due to a protective vest, surgery, etc. That doesn't mean that shootings of police have not declined, just that they are definitely less likely to be fatal.

    Note that cops have access to ballistic vests, but civilians don't normally.

  33. @Truth
    @Lot

    The short answer to your question, Steve-O, is "none."

    Hey, anyway, hopefully the Minneapolis police know how to celebrate their "victory" with the same panache as do the Orlandians: Although with the whole "Scandanavian Cool" thing going on, I doubt it."

    In any event, here is an official video release from the Orlando Police Department 2 weeks after the "Most deadliest, single-shooter terrorist incident in the history of the U.S." I want to warn you now, the tone is somewhat somber and depressing, most depressing is the choice of music, and it's lyrics that they selected to go with a gay, nightclub shooting."

    Again, this is an official video, two weeks after the incident, as confirmed by the youtube channel, not a hoax.

    Oh and yes you should feel just as stupid and sheeplike as you do right now...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u-CdO4jMOYI

    Replies: @Anonymous, @al gore rhythms, @Inquiring Mind, @Kylie, @Gato de la Biblioteca, @Brutusale

    It’s part of an embarrassing PR campaign in Orlando. Organizations across the city are encouraged to take part. Nice try though.

    • Replies: @Truth
    @Anonymous

    Doesn't look like they needed much encouragement.

    Now again, think about the song they chose to dance to, remember, this is a gay nightclub shooting; some of the lyrics as as follows:

    Clock strikes upon the hour
    And the sun begins to fade
    Still enough time to figure out
    How to chase my blues away
    I've done alright up 'til now
    It's the light of day that shows me how
    And when the night falls
    Loneliness calls

    Oh! I wanna dance with somebody
    I wanna feel the heat with somebody
    Yeah! I wanna dance with somebody
    With somebody who loves me

    I've been in love and lost my senses
    Spinning through the town
    Sooner or later the fever ends
    And I wind up feeling down
    I need a man who'll take a chance
    On a love that burns hot enough to last
    So when the night falls
    My lonely heart calls

    Come on Bro, it's baseball, hit the damn ball, if they pitch to you any slower, it will be "bowling."

  34. O/T-

    Interesting map. It is remarkable how non-white Los Angeles is, and probably many of the whites are not of European descent.

    http://demographics.coopercenter.org/DotMap/index.html

  35. @fnn
    I don't watch any TV, but I'm getting the impression that D's are successfully giving short shrift to the BLM-related attacks in Dallas and elsewhere and instead are sticking to the party line on the importance of the BLM nonsense narrative.

    It smells like 1859.

    Replies: @Flip, @Anon

    Lincoln should have let the South go.

    • Replies: @Perspective
    @Flip

    I suppose he could have let the south go in exchange for British North America, would have lost a good chunk of North America with a temperate (though humid) climate though.

    , @AnotherDad
    @Flip


    Lincoln should have let the South go.
     
    In retrospect, i've come to that conclusion myself. (Of course, then i wouldn't be here.)

    The South would have boomeranged back into the Union at some future date, when they had sorted out their issues--discarded slavery. (The South as an independent entity would have had to devolve into something approaching a police state to keep slavery viable. Many southerners would not have been happy about that.) Our political arrangements--handled more organically--would probably have evolved in a better, freer direction. And best of all we'd have the precedent of succession, which would darn well be nice to have now!

    Replies: @The most deplorable one, @Flip

  36. WhatEvvs [AKA "Mipchunk"] says:
    @Lot
    Thousands of Minnesota motorists stranded on a closed highway:

    https://twitter.com/andyrathbun/status/751992557761073152

    If Soros is really funding BLM, he is Objectively Pro-Trump.

    Replies: @Truth, @WhatEvvs, @AndrewR, @Anonymous

    In the day I would have been sympathetic to the good taxpaying citizens of Minnesota for putting up with such a disgusting inconvenience. Now I think they get what they deserve. They elected a Farmer-Labor creep as governor who said that Castile was killed because he was black. Eff the people of Minnesota.

    That Farmer-Labor name is a total joke. It evokes images of Swedes in overalls, cow manure on their hands…factory laborers, etc. The governor is from a fabulously rich family. He hasn’t done a day of labor in his life.

  37. @Anonymous
    I cannot read all the comments on this site, so I will just blurt out something that's probably off topic.

    Has anybody mentioned or thought about the impact of cell phone battery life on protests? Many people today cannot function without their toys, and if the protest goes on too long I suspect many people will simply lose interest and drift away if they cant update their friends on everything that has happened in the last two minutes.

    Another idea. What if somebody were to go to one of these protests and turn on a cell phone blocker. Even with battery life what would the impact of becoming a temporary social network isolate be on their interest in protesting?

    Replies: @WhatEvvs, @larry lurker

    It’s not off topic at all. It’s pretty clever. The Black Lies Matter movement is 100% religious/exhibitionistic, and without the ability to broadcast their message, they are nowhere.

    I never knew there was such a thing as a cell phone blocker.

  38. Castile was a Crip or at least pro-crip. Just scroll down in his feed for thirty seconds to see the undeniable proof

    https://m.facebook.com/philando.castile?tsid=0.7167769782245159&source=typeahead

    Don’t feel bad for him for one second. We are better off without him.

    • Replies: @Jeremiahjohnbalaya
    @AndrewR

    Please post a sample for those of us without a Facebook account.

    Replies: @Lot, @AndrewR, @Olorin

    , @AnotherDad
    @AndrewR


    Don’t feel bad for him for one second. We are better off without him.
     
    Don't really dispute that. Though depending on your definition, we'd be better off without a pretty large percentage of Americans. The reality of several generations with vaccines, antibiotics, medical interventions and especially welfare and open immigration is that we have a lot of "deadwood" in the mix. Even rabbits need foxes (or coyotes, hawks, eagles) around to stay healthily "rabbitty".

    However ... it still looks like an appalling bad shoot. "Oh, he has a gun in the car somewhere ... i better ... uh ... uh ... shoot him." Unless something wildly different than the narrative so far actually happened out there this cop is a nervous nelly bozo who had no business being a cop. Heck, i'm a fairly whimpy guy, and i'd be way better than this. Part of being a cop is in fact pulling over potential scumbags and there is some--small--risk associated with that. But you assume that risk with the job. You don't get to blast away at them cause you're frightened. (Anymore than a civilian does.)
  39. @Steve Sailer
    @Grumpy

    How do we know money will actually get to putative recipients? How does GoFundMe work, anyway?

    By the way, here is a totally legit GoFundMe for Ray Jennings, the Palmdale security guard who spent six years in prison for a murder it was always completely obvious he didn't do:

    https://www.gofundme.com/RayJennings

    The pro bono lawyers who got the LA district attorney's office to admit (amazingly enough) that they totally screwed the pooch on this case are trying to raise some money so this guy won't be homeless.

    Here's more on this injustice:

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/justice-young-lawyers-pro-bono-work-frees-man-wrongfully-convicted-of-murder/

    Replies: @AndrewR, @rod1963

    The money should come from the cops, prosecutors, judges and prisons involved, not from sympathetic third parties.

    As long as tyrants have no incentive to not be tyrannical, innocent people will be railroaded.

  40. @Lot
    Thousands of Minnesota motorists stranded on a closed highway:

    https://twitter.com/andyrathbun/status/751992557761073152

    If Soros is really funding BLM, he is Objectively Pro-Trump.

    Replies: @Truth, @WhatEvvs, @AndrewR, @Anonymous

    This stuff doesn’t help Trump as much as one might think. A cursory look at Twitter and Facebook (which I think can be reasonably used as accurate barometers of public opinion) will dispel the notion that blacks and their enablers behaving badly helps Trump.

    It doesn’t help that Trump consistently squanders the opportunities to politically profit off this stuff. He’s in his own world.

    • Replies: @Sam
    @AndrewR


    This stuff doesn’t help Trump as much as one might think. A cursory look at Twitter and Facebook (which I think can be reasonably used as accurate barometers of public opinion) will dispel the notion that blacks and their enablers behaving badly helps Trump.

     

    Twitter+Facebook isn't exactly a safespace for ordinary people to vent against black misbehaviour. You will mostly find strong reactions among a few white guys who have had enough. But the ordinary people might press like if they aren't afraid of getting noticed by friends. However, this public shaming/self censorship has the opposite effect when you go into the ballot. Ordinary whites see black mischief, tell pretty lies to pollsters and friends, and go vote in protest.
    That is why they call it the Silent Majority.


    Sailer has pointed out how the press is dependent on Trump saying something in situations like this to switch attention away from the horror show. However, in a case like this Trump should have put in a comment about how anti-white racism is as unacceptable as anti-black racism, and especially so when it is directed against cops. This will inevitably lead to journalists going crazy and he can then do his marketing thing of repeating "anti-white racism" a thousand times in a sentence while demanding racial equality. If he wanted to go more on the offensive he could do with the phrase "anti-white" what he did "islamic radicalism" when he bullied Hillary+Obama into conceding.

    He could then conclude with having the big race speech that Scott Adams keeps saying is necessary to remove the racist stigma still hanging on him. He would adress the reaffirm support for the police with bland stuff "most are great and a few bad apples who should be punished" and then turn it on the Dems in the exact manner as explained by @candid_observer
    @candid_observer

    Replies: @Lot, @AndrewR

    , @Lot
    @AndrewR


    A cursory look at Twitter and Facebook (which I think can be reasonably used as accurate barometers of public opinion) will dispel the notion that blacks and their enablers behaving badly helps Trump.
     
    Well you could not see how I was voting from my facebook. A BLM-centered presidential race will gain Trump big votes from the type of Democrat who normally votes Democrat, but sometimes votes GOP on local elections. There are tons of them.

    NYC is heavily Dem, but elected Rudy and Mike B. for 20 years because of NAM crime issues.

    Maryland and Massachusetts just elected Republican governors. Simple math requires that a lot of Obama voters crossed over. It sure was not urban blacks who crossed over to vote for them.

    Wisconsin elected Scott Walker not because of rural white Wisconsin voters, who continue the old Midwestern socialist tradition, but suburban Milwaukee voters who voted for him because of black crime.

    Michigan has a solidly GOP state leg and a Republican governor, despite Obama winning the state by I think about 8 points. That is because there are a lot of center-left whites there whose first choice is a center-left white like Bernie, Jennifer Granholm, Debbie S., Sander and Carl Levin, etc. They were also OK with post-racial Obama and voted for him. But state legislator votes and governor because racialized as the state leg in Democratic control means Detroit democrat control.

    Trumps path to victory is pretty clearly making 2016 a referendum on police-hate and BLM.


    It doesn’t help that Trump consistently squanders the opportunities to politically profit off this stuff.
     
    BLM and cop/white hate are dominating the news on their own right now. Trump should just shut up and lay low for a week or two and let the Dems enjoy their civil war. Maybe he can start some actual fundraising?

    Replies: @AndrewR

  41. @eah
    So far, it has raised $2,600.

    As I write this comment, the GoFundMe page for Alton Sterling's family has raised >$670k -- it's the 'ghetto lottery' of the internet age.

    Those interested can view Sterling's lengthy rap sheet here (just to be clear: not that I think this means his shooting was necessarily justified).

    Replies: @Jefferson, @Anonymous, @LiveFreeOrDie

    As I write this comment, the GoFundMe page for Alton Sterling’s family has raised >$670k — it’s the ‘ghetto lottery’ of the internet age.

    yeah, within hours of his death, the family had t-shirts with his photo on them, and they were holding a press conference…

  42. @Lot
    The article about the black motorist killed in Minnesota has a good illustration of differing white and NAM views on crime, and why Trump's path to victory is on this issue more than any other, including immigration.

    http://bigstory.ap.org/article/81351f97c0be4caea5c91b5662848129

    He was pulled over 3 to 4 times per year for the past 13 years, again and again, for driving without a driver's license, driving without car insurance, and not having a muffler.

    For the most part, NAM communities don't think there is much wrong with driving without insurance. They regard the laws and requirements for responsible driving as annoyances and oppression by white culture.

    So as America browns, this is going to be an increasing source of conflict.

    As an example, in exurban San Diego County, nearly all police stops for driving without insurance were of NAMs, so courts forced the local governments to stop doing no-insurance checks a few years ago.

    As badly as Trump is doing running his campaign, Hillary is running on a David Dinkins platform that the real problem here is white racism and police misconduct. If she keeps it up, she could end losing the vote of a large number of white Democrats. It is also probably inevitable that there will be one or more BLM disruptions of her events as well as her VP choice. When it happened to Sanders, it was probably the single worst moment of his campaign. She'll look weak letting it happen, and then she'll look worse meekly agreeing with everything they said.

    Replies: @Jefferson, @donut, @AndrewR, @Elf Himself

    I figured it was obvious that all self respecting white people left the Democrat party years ago and that only extreme racial masochists remain. Apparently not.

    Anyway, there are sound reasons to criticize our present drivers licensing and auto registration scheme and especially auto insurance requirements. Both are rackets, for the state and for the insurance industry respectively. At the very least they are massively regressive systems in which those who drive few miles subsidize those who drive much more. Insurance and registration costs should directly correspond to the number of miles driven but for reasons not entirely clear to me this is not done.

    • Replies: @another fred
    @AndrewR


    Insurance and registration costs should directly correspond to the number of miles driven but for reasons not entirely clear to me this is not done.
     
    The technology to allow this has not matured yet. Too many older cars on the road. It will come.

    Replies: @Lot

    , @Lot
    @AndrewR


    Both are rackets, for the state and for the insurance industry respectively
     
    I disagree, and think the system works well for a population of law-abiding whites and asians. Do you have an alternative? People who lack any ability to pay the consequences of car crashes should be able to drive without insurance?

    At the very least they are massively regressive systems in which those who drive few miles subsidize those who drive much more.
     
    "Regressive" means poorer people pay a higher percentage of their income for something, usually taxes. Isn't that how it should be with auto insurance? Or do you think it should just be set at 5% of income or something, with poor NAMs getting car insurance for $1000 a year and upper-middle class whites paying $7000? I sure as heck don't.

    Making driving expensive and ruthlessly enforcing these rules in diverse areas is objectively pro-white/asian and is to be commended. It is also the right thing to do. We are right, BLM is wrong. If you drive without insurance, especially if you are caught a second time, you should spend a few days in county and have your vehicle taken away. Minnesota absolutely failed letting this guy keep his car after he thumbed his nose for years at the state's laws.

    Replies: @Jefferson, @AndrewR

    , @EriK
    @AndrewR

    Not all miles driven are equally risky. In NY and MA the number of miles driven does impact your insurance cost. It's one factor, a small one at that.

    Replies: @AndrewR

  43. All of these shooting took place below the Mason-Dixon line. They were all Cities of Hate.

    • Replies: @Cwhatfuture
    @Jack D

    Speaking of cities of hate, but OT, Chappaqua NY, home of the Clintons, very wealthy, has been forced to accept low income (diverse) housing. The residents (who I assume are liberal) tried to block it for years with various legal maneuvers but failed ultimately. Is Chappaqua a City of Hate or will they never be a City of Hate, immunized by Hillary ? Will they be a City of Hate if the children living in the low income housing cannot keep up with the children in the heavily Jewish and Asian public school system? Will they be a City of hate if a resident of the low income housing gets in trouble with the police?

    Replies: @prosa123

  44. Diversity Heretic says:
    July 10, 2016 at 11:03 am GMT • 100 Words

    They’re not far from being able to blanket public spaces with cameras, monitored by software that will alert police to armed civilians, gangs, people with aggressive body language, etc.

    And NAMs will have provided the impetus and justification for this Judge Dredd reality.

    Diversity is our skrenf!

    Another idea. What if somebody were to go to one of these protests and turn on a cell phone blocker.

    Well, there’s the criminal record that goes along with getting caught doing it, for starters.

    What if Dallas was not a Black thing?

    What if a flying monkey came out of Hussein’s arse?

    • Replies: @Jefferson
    @Svigor

    "They’re not far from being able to blanket public spaces with cameras, monitored by software that will alert police to armed civilians, gangs, people with aggressive body language, etc.

    And NAMs will have provided the impetus and justification for this Judge Dredd reality.

    Diversity is our skrenf!"

    We can not have a Libertarian live free or die society in America because The Artist Formerly Known As Truth's people do not know how to behave like civilized Human Beings.

    It's the fault of the Mulignans that we will live in a police state. We wouldn't need this if we had the racial demographics of Poland for example.

  45. @Elmer T. Jones
    It's no longer funny that I drive a white Grand Marquis in my predominantly black neighborhood. I am seriously considering getting it painted purple and putting some shiny wheels on it. From Da Man to The Purple Pimpmobile. There is a Black Gentleman working parking lot security where my wife had recently gotten a job. He drives a white Grand Marquis that looks identical to mine but is five years older. We are like brothers. I don't understand why Ford has discontinued this classic old man's ride.

    Replies: @Jack D, @Louis Renault

    They got 32 years out of the “Panther” (Crown Vic, Grand Marquis, Town Car) platform which is like 100 in dog years. The last dinosaur had to die sooner or later.

  46. Steve,

    The timing may be odd, but I think that WaPo is pointing out a strong contender for the Left’s next offensive. I present World War P.

    Not “P” as in polygamy, but “P” as in prisoners. I’ve been seeing some stories here and there, including Virginia’s decision to allow ex-felons to vote. Hey, 200k additional Democratic voters isn’t bad. But now the Post has dedicated most of its usually comical Outlook section to stories of prisoners released early.

    Granted, prisoners don’t have the cache of gays and transgender, but they do bring the spotlight back to blacks and allow Goodwhites to lament the evils of institutional racism. Also, Goodwhites know that they’ll never live around these guys, so it’s all theoretical to them.

    World War P

    1. Arrest and incarceration rates should be proportional to your group’s percentage of the population
    2. Non-violent prisoners should be released. Violent prisoners who have served for 10 years or more should be released.
    3. Ex-felons should be given the vote
    4. Federal legalization of marijuana (white hipsters will be all about that)

    • Replies: @Jefferson
    @Citizen of a Silly Country

    "1. Arrest and incarceration rates should be proportional to your group’s percentage of the population"

    Even for violent crimes like murder, assault, and rape?

    Since Whites are 62 percent of The U.S population, that means 62 percent of all violent criminals arrested in Detroit for example, have to be White? Good luck implementing that.

  47. @Truth
    @Lot

    The short answer to your question, Steve-O, is "none."

    Hey, anyway, hopefully the Minneapolis police know how to celebrate their "victory" with the same panache as do the Orlandians: Although with the whole "Scandanavian Cool" thing going on, I doubt it."

    In any event, here is an official video release from the Orlando Police Department 2 weeks after the "Most deadliest, single-shooter terrorist incident in the history of the U.S." I want to warn you now, the tone is somewhat somber and depressing, most depressing is the choice of music, and it's lyrics that they selected to go with a gay, nightclub shooting."

    Again, this is an official video, two weeks after the incident, as confirmed by the youtube channel, not a hoax.

    Oh and yes you should feel just as stupid and sheeplike as you do right now...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u-CdO4jMOYI

    Replies: @Anonymous, @al gore rhythms, @Inquiring Mind, @Kylie, @Gato de la Biblioteca, @Brutusale

    I suppose this ought to feel like an affront to those who died in Orlando, but because gay culture often seems to revel in the trivial and the trashy it can’t help but feel like this response is not all that inappropriate.

    In any case a culture that promotes the idea of equality and equivalence between heterosexual and homosexual relationships is fundamentally unserious, so even if gays are offended they should probably just accept that the kind of country that will legalise gay marriage is also the kind of country that will respond to massacres with Whitney Houston tunes. Overall it’s still a pretty big win for them.

    • Replies: @AnotherDad
    @al gore rhythms


    In any case a culture that promotes the idea of equality and equivalence between heterosexual and homosexual relationships is fundamentally unserious ...
     
    So obvious ... and yet we now majority of college educated white people who believe--or at least pay lip service to the opposite in order to not be "mean".

    Is it any wonder the wheels are coming off Western Civ?
  48. @Jefferson
    @eah

    "So far, it has raised $2,600.

    As I write this comment, the GoFundMe page for Alton Sterling’s family has raised >$670k — it’s the ‘ghetto lottery’ of the internet age.

    Those interested can view Sterling’s lengthy rap sheet here (just to be clear: not that I think this means his shooting was necessarily justified)."

    Alton Sterling has 5 kids and several baby mamas. They will blow through that entire money within 1 year or less.

    Replies: @Canadian

    How many bootleg CDs would Alton have had to sell to make that kinda cash?

  49. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    Hey Salier,

    http://realitysandwich.com/320276/a-new-moon-in-cancer/

    If nothing had convinced you that Elie Wiesel was a peace activist, that “article” will make you understand he was one. A “beloved” one to the letter.

    Got it?
    Maybe your standard peace activist won’t write:

    “Early the next day, Jewish boys ran off to Weimar to steal clothing and potatoes. And to rape German girls [un tsu fargvaldikn daytshe shikses]. The historical commandment of revenge was not fulfilled.”,

    but your typical beloved peace activist will, definitely.

  50. Anon • Disclaimer says:
    @fnn
    I don't watch any TV, but I'm getting the impression that D's are successfully giving short shrift to the BLM-related attacks in Dallas and elsewhere and instead are sticking to the party line on the importance of the BLM nonsense narrative.

    It smells like 1859.

    Replies: @Flip, @Anon

    White Dems may not be very aware of what the BLM people are doing if liberal networks are trying to hide the activity, but they’ll learn tomorrow or the day after when their commutes are disrupted by all the protesters blocking major routes. Unlike the BLM and various other Soros hirelings, most white Dems have a job.

    The suburbs around the major cities of the US have the largest concentration of white Dems that you can find anywhere. Since white Dems also live a long distance away from their jobs in the city (having been forced out by violent blacks), they have a long way to drive to get to work, and they’ll be ticked off by the disruption. A lot of white liberals are happy to support blacks–until they become a target themselves. At that point, they start considering a voting alternative.

    Hillary’s coddling of the BLM isn’t going to make her popular with the remaining white liberals. Many of them had already drifted away to support Bernie, and they view her as the party’s illegitimate candidate, having gained her position via special delegates alone. I can see Gary Johnson or whoever else is pro-pot getting a lot of extra votes from angry Bernie supporters. Hillary needs these voters desperately, and she can’t afford to lose them or she’ll lose the election.

    The BLM people really have no common sense. They’re going to be targeting their own mealy-mouthed libtard supporters, and these are people whose backing they really need; otherwise they’d be going nowhere.

    • Replies: @Jefferson
    @Anon

    "The BLM people really have no common sense."

    BLM was started by Black Homosexuals. Were you really expecting common sense from this demographic? There is a reason Black Homosexuals have the highest AIDS/HIV positive rate in the world. They are not a very bright demographic.

    , @oh its just me too
    @Anon

    I saw a BLM rally at a park today in Brooklyn - 80% white liberals.
    There are no stupider people on earth.

    Replies: @Jefferson, @AndrewR

  51. The most deplorable one [AKA "Fourth doorman of the apocalypse"] says:

    Forget BLM. Here is what Hollywood is all about:

  52. The most deplorable one [AKA "Fourth doorman of the apocalypse"] says:
    • Replies: @Big Bill
    @The most deplorable one

    Wow! To riff on Scott Adams, why are Democrats so violent?

  53. One thing Trump should do is replay, with relevant revision, a classic line of Reagan’s. Reagan asked, in his campaign against Carter, “Are you better or worse off than before?”

    Trump should ask the question: “We hear Hillary and the Democrats talk about improving race relations. But after 8 years of a Democratic President, are race relations better or worse off than before? Hillary has gone on record promising the same policies and approach. Do you think that after four more years of the same, race relations will be better or worse off?”

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @candid_observer

    A simple yet brutally effective tactic for the Trump campaign.

    , @SteveO
    @candid_observer


    One thing Trump should do is replay, with relevant revision, a classic line of Reagan’s. Reagan asked, in his campaign against Carter, “Are you better or worse off than before?”
     
    That's a good retread, but I have a better one.

    Trump should re-use the brilliantly brief and very effective Republican slogan from the 1946 midterm elections:

    "Had enough?"

    The public at the time was angry about postwar inflation and continued shortages of consumer goods despite 15 months of peace. (Impatient lot, we Americans!) The Republicans gained 55 House seats and 12 Senate seats, taking back both houses of Congress, which had been in Democratic hands since FDR. And that was in the days before television ...

    ... imagine the possibilities for the Trump campaign today. There would be no need to say anything at all. Just show clips of [outrageous, infuriating or frightening relevant events] followed by the stark words on screen:

    Had enough?
    [pause]
    Vote Trump

    I think it would work as well in 2016 as it did 70 years ago.
  54. @Jack D
    All of these shooting took place below the Mason-Dixon line. They were all Cities of Hate.

    Replies: @Cwhatfuture

    Speaking of cities of hate, but OT, Chappaqua NY, home of the Clintons, very wealthy, has been forced to accept low income (diverse) housing. The residents (who I assume are liberal) tried to block it for years with various legal maneuvers but failed ultimately. Is Chappaqua a City of Hate or will they never be a City of Hate, immunized by Hillary ? Will they be a City of Hate if the children living in the low income housing cannot keep up with the children in the heavily Jewish and Asian public school system? Will they be a City of hate if a resident of the low income housing gets in trouble with the police?

    • Replies: @prosa123
    @Cwhatfuture

    Chappaqua is upscale, but it's immediately adjacent to Mount Kisco, which has long had a substantial low-income population.

  55. The worst crime a white man can commit in BRA is to defend himself . If they had beaten him into a coma it probably wouldn’t have made the news at all .

  56. The female soldier who ‘pervert’ Dallas cop killer sexually harassed as colleague reveals murderer used to ‘steal girls’ panties’

    On Facebook, he identified himself as a ‘black nationalist’ and gave a black power salute.

    He ‘liked’ several pages including the New Black Panther Party, the African American Defense League and the Nation of Islam.

    A photo showed him wearing a dashiki and raising his fist over the words ‘Black Power.’

    Johnson’s Facebook account also included information about Richard Griffin (left), also known as Professor Griff, who ’embraces a radical form of Afrocentrism.’

    (Professor Griff strongly condemned the murder of 5 white cops with the bold cover-your-ass legalese statement that he does “not advocate killing Cops.” That’s exactly what BLM said after Dallas! It’s awesome that white supremacists respond to lynching of negroes with the progressive stance that they “do not advocate the lynching of blacks”! BLM and Professor Griff don’t advocate cop-killing! What mensches. I can feel the love, compassion, tolerance, and anti-racism from here.)

    Hussein, Hillary, and the Democrats are so determined not to actually be seen opposing racism per se (rather than simply using “anti-racism” as a bludgeon against whites) that they won’t call Micah X Johnson – a dashiki-wearing, black-power-saluting, Afrocentric, Black-Panther-Party- and NoI-loving, sexual-harrassing pervert Army washout terrorist who ambushed and shot 11 cops, murdering 5, who in his own words did so because he wanted to kill white people, specifically white cops – a racist.

    And people say there’s no such thing as Cultural Marxism. Heh. These people ride or die for Who-Whom.

    Damn yo, this stuff is hard to untangle!

    • Replies: @The most deplorable one
    @Svigor

    Black on Asian assault. Who, outside of Oakland, would have thought.

    , @SPMoore8
    @Svigor

    Another case of "Yellow Fever"; which is symptomatic of the increasing Asian presence in America. Have to tip my hat to the British press, they are always way ahead of us on these things.

    Replies: @Jefferson

    , @Curle
    @Svigor

    They won't use the term racism because it has no fixed meaning of any real use. It is a term used to delegitimize majoritarianism which can be both tribal and white in majority white countries. To the extent it has any practical meaning it means 'majoritarian tribal excesses in disputes where racial interests are implicated.' It has been medicalized of late to obscure its obvious anti-majoritarian aspects.

  57. Gunfire grows legs, goes out looking for buildings to hit:

    Gunfire hits San Antonio police headquarters

    One person was detained near the building, but McManus said that person was not a suspect. Police are still looking for a man seen running southbound away from the headquarters building. He was wearing an orange shirt and blue pants.

    McManus said a car was found near the crime scene, and it was believed that it could be connected to the shooting. The SAPD Bomb Squad was checking the vehicle just after midnight to make sure it was clear. Then it was expected to be towed and impounded.

    This incident comes as police departments nationwide are on edge following the shooting of 12 police officers in Dallas.

    Leftist corporate media is so coy: orange shirt, blue pants, black skin (that’s what omitted race means 95% of the time).

    • Replies: @Perspective
    @Svigor

    I find it annoying and weird when the media describes gunfire as being a natural disaster event. It's another way of not putting responsibility in the hands of the people pulling the trigger.

  58. @Cwhatfuture
    @Jack D

    Speaking of cities of hate, but OT, Chappaqua NY, home of the Clintons, very wealthy, has been forced to accept low income (diverse) housing. The residents (who I assume are liberal) tried to block it for years with various legal maneuvers but failed ultimately. Is Chappaqua a City of Hate or will they never be a City of Hate, immunized by Hillary ? Will they be a City of Hate if the children living in the low income housing cannot keep up with the children in the heavily Jewish and Asian public school system? Will they be a City of hate if a resident of the low income housing gets in trouble with the police?

    Replies: @prosa123

    Chappaqua is upscale, but it’s immediately adjacent to Mount Kisco, which has long had a substantial low-income population.

  59. @Chrisnonymous
    @Dave Pinsen

    Dave, I like you, but I don't appreciate these kind of triggering comments. iSteve should be a safe space for homophobes.

    Replies: @Kylie

    “Dave, I like you, but I don’t appreciate these kind of triggering comments. iSteve should be a safe space for homophobes.”

    I don’t appreciate them, either. So if you identify as male, I’d prefer you not profess your “liking” for Dave in our safe space.

  60. Well, what do you know? The Dallas shooter has frustrated miscegenation as part of his backstory:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3682619/Pictured-female-soldier-pervert-Dallas-cop-killer-sexually-harassed-colleague-reveals-murderer-used-steal-girls-panties.html

    Yes, diversity gives us so many good things.

  61. The most deplorable one [AKA "Fourth doorman of the apocalypse"] says:
    @Svigor
    The female soldier who ‘pervert’ Dallas cop killer sexually harassed as colleague reveals murderer used to 'steal girls' panties'

    On Facebook, he identified himself as a ‘black nationalist’ and gave a black power salute.
     

    He ‘liked’ several pages including the New Black Panther Party, the African American Defense League and the Nation of Islam.
     

    A photo showed him wearing a dashiki and raising his fist over the words 'Black Power.'
     

    Johnson's Facebook account also included information about Richard Griffin (left), also known as Professor Griff, who 'embraces a radical form of Afrocentrism.'
     
    (Professor Griff strongly condemned the murder of 5 white cops with the bold cover-your-ass legalese statement that he does "not advocate killing Cops." That's exactly what BLM said after Dallas! It's awesome that white supremacists respond to lynching of negroes with the progressive stance that they "do not advocate the lynching of blacks"! BLM and Professor Griff don't advocate cop-killing! What mensches. I can feel the love, compassion, tolerance, and anti-racism from here.)

    Hussein, Hillary, and the Democrats are so determined not to actually be seen opposing racism per se (rather than simply using "anti-racism" as a bludgeon against whites) that they won't call Micah X Johnson - a dashiki-wearing, black-power-saluting, Afrocentric, Black-Panther-Party- and NoI-loving, sexual-harrassing pervert Army washout terrorist who ambushed and shot 11 cops, murdering 5, who in his own words did so because he wanted to kill white people, specifically white cops - a racist.

    And people say there's no such thing as Cultural Marxism. Heh. These people ride or die for Who-Whom.

    Damn yo, this stuff is hard to untangle!

    Replies: @The most deplorable one, @SPMoore8, @Curle

    Black on Asian assault. Who, outside of Oakland, would have thought.

  62. @anonymous
    Thirteen police were killed in Chicago in 1930, fourteen in 1929, and so on. This was when the population of Chicago was mostly white. Nowadays it's actually very much lower so police getting killed on the job is nothing new and is getting more infrequent.There's spikes here and there due to one cause or another leading to much discussion but overall it seems it was tougher for police in the old days.

    Replies: @Dave Pinsen, @Tex

    That was during prohibition. Big peak in organized crime.

  63. @Flip
    @fnn

    Lincoln should have let the South go.

    Replies: @Perspective, @AnotherDad

    I suppose he could have let the south go in exchange for British North America, would have lost a good chunk of North America with a temperate (though humid) climate though.

  64. @Svigor
    Gunfire grows legs, goes out looking for buildings to hit:

    Gunfire hits San Antonio police headquarters

    One person was detained near the building, but McManus said that person was not a suspect. Police are still looking for a man seen running southbound away from the headquarters building. He was wearing an orange shirt and blue pants.

    McManus said a car was found near the crime scene, and it was believed that it could be connected to the shooting. The SAPD Bomb Squad was checking the vehicle just after midnight to make sure it was clear. Then it was expected to be towed and impounded.

    This incident comes as police departments nationwide are on edge following the shooting of 12 police officers in Dallas.
     
    Leftist corporate media is so coy: orange shirt, blue pants, black skin (that's what omitted race means 95% of the time).

    Replies: @Perspective

    I find it annoying and weird when the media describes gunfire as being a natural disaster event. It’s another way of not putting responsibility in the hands of the people pulling the trigger.

  65. @Anonymous
    @Truth

    It's part of an embarrassing PR campaign in Orlando. Organizations across the city are encouraged to take part. Nice try though.

    Replies: @Truth

    Doesn’t look like they needed much encouragement.

    Now again, think about the song they chose to dance to, remember, this is a gay nightclub shooting; some of the lyrics as as follows:

    Clock strikes upon the hour
    And the sun begins to fade
    Still enough time to figure out
    How to chase my blues away
    I’ve done alright up ’til now
    It’s the light of day that shows me how
    And when the night falls
    Loneliness calls

    Oh! I wanna dance with somebody
    I wanna feel the heat with somebody
    Yeah! I wanna dance with somebody
    With somebody who loves me

    I’ve been in love and lost my senses
    Spinning through the town
    Sooner or later the fever ends
    And I wind up feeling down
    I need a man who’ll take a chance
    On a love that burns hot enough to last
    So when the night falls
    My lonely heart calls

    Come on Bro, it’s baseball, hit the damn ball, if they pitch to you any slower, it will be “bowling.”

  66. @Svigor
    The female soldier who ‘pervert’ Dallas cop killer sexually harassed as colleague reveals murderer used to 'steal girls' panties'

    On Facebook, he identified himself as a ‘black nationalist’ and gave a black power salute.
     

    He ‘liked’ several pages including the New Black Panther Party, the African American Defense League and the Nation of Islam.
     

    A photo showed him wearing a dashiki and raising his fist over the words 'Black Power.'
     

    Johnson's Facebook account also included information about Richard Griffin (left), also known as Professor Griff, who 'embraces a radical form of Afrocentrism.'
     
    (Professor Griff strongly condemned the murder of 5 white cops with the bold cover-your-ass legalese statement that he does "not advocate killing Cops." That's exactly what BLM said after Dallas! It's awesome that white supremacists respond to lynching of negroes with the progressive stance that they "do not advocate the lynching of blacks"! BLM and Professor Griff don't advocate cop-killing! What mensches. I can feel the love, compassion, tolerance, and anti-racism from here.)

    Hussein, Hillary, and the Democrats are so determined not to actually be seen opposing racism per se (rather than simply using "anti-racism" as a bludgeon against whites) that they won't call Micah X Johnson - a dashiki-wearing, black-power-saluting, Afrocentric, Black-Panther-Party- and NoI-loving, sexual-harrassing pervert Army washout terrorist who ambushed and shot 11 cops, murdering 5, who in his own words did so because he wanted to kill white people, specifically white cops - a racist.

    And people say there's no such thing as Cultural Marxism. Heh. These people ride or die for Who-Whom.

    Damn yo, this stuff is hard to untangle!

    Replies: @The most deplorable one, @SPMoore8, @Curle

    Another case of “Yellow Fever”; which is symptomatic of the increasing Asian presence in America. Have to tip my hat to the British press, they are always way ahead of us on these things.

    • Replies: @Jefferson
    @SPMoore8

    "Another case of “Yellow Fever”; which is symptomatic of the increasing Asian presence in America. Have to tip my hat to the British press, they are always way ahead of us on these things."

    The Asian woman is a racist for turning down the sexual advances of the Negro Micah Johnson.

    According to Social Justice Warriors, if you are a Nonblack person who is not open to dating Blacks, than you are a racist KKK Adolf Hitler loving nazi. You might as well do the sieg heil salute.
    http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2015/09/09/no-blacks-is-not-a-sexual-preference-it-s-racism.html

    https://youtu.be/reuxx06KgMw

    There is a double standard, because the Left does not label Black women who are not open to dating White men, Asian men, and other Nonblack men as being racists. It's not racist when Shaniqua has a strong racial preference for her own kind.

  67. @Steve Sailer
    @Grumpy

    How do we know money will actually get to putative recipients? How does GoFundMe work, anyway?

    By the way, here is a totally legit GoFundMe for Ray Jennings, the Palmdale security guard who spent six years in prison for a murder it was always completely obvious he didn't do:

    https://www.gofundme.com/RayJennings

    The pro bono lawyers who got the LA district attorney's office to admit (amazingly enough) that they totally screwed the pooch on this case are trying to raise some money so this guy won't be homeless.

    Here's more on this injustice:

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/justice-young-lawyers-pro-bono-work-frees-man-wrongfully-convicted-of-murder/

    Replies: @AndrewR, @rod1963

    I remember that case when it happened. At best the evidence that tied Jennings to the murder were almost non-existent. It is in within walking distance of where I live.

    Jennings attorney should be suing the city of Palmdale and all the other parties who had him railroaded into jail. Seriously they need to.

    He deserves compensation from them.

    • Replies: @bomag
    @rod1963


    Jennings attorney should be suing the city of Palmdale and all the other parties who had him railroaded into jail. Seriously they need to.

     

    I wonder how many of these "bad guys" ever have a personal loss over their mistakes. Mostly, the bureaucracy buffers their own; and the taxpayers pick up yet another tab.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer

  68. Tex says:
    @anonymous
    Thirteen police were killed in Chicago in 1930, fourteen in 1929, and so on. This was when the population of Chicago was mostly white. Nowadays it's actually very much lower so police getting killed on the job is nothing new and is getting more infrequent.There's spikes here and there due to one cause or another leading to much discussion but overall it seems it was tougher for police in the old days.

    Replies: @Dave Pinsen, @Tex

    Trauma care standards have improved massively since then. You can see it reflected in the decline in the rate of battlefield deaths of US troops from WWI (or further back, if you’re counting) to Afghanistan. To make a fuller comparison you’d have to count how many cops are shot, but live due to a protective vest, surgery, etc. That doesn’t mean that shootings of police have not declined, just that they are definitely less likely to be fatal.

    Note that cops have access to ballistic vests, but civilians don’t normally.

  69. Tennessee, the South, and the US, still has a long way to go in creating a colorblind society. Until we are able to create a colorblind society such incidents will occur.

    • Replies: @Louis Renault
    @Bryant Gummel

    The State creates society? Which SJW college did you get a degree from?

    , @AlphaSupremo
    @Bryant Gummel

    Tennessee? Do you think Dallas is in Tennessee?

  70. Police are a hard target, they shoot back. Civilians, not so much. So expect BLM shootings to target White civilians instead of police soon. That’s the whole point of gun control, disarming the targets.

  71. My condolences to the victims and their families. It’s really terrible that you have to put up with stuff like this and that it basically becomes a sort of new normal for people like cops. All the best to you guys and your country.

    • Replies: @Jefferson
    @Romanian

    "My condolences to the victims and their families. It’s really terrible that you have to put up with stuff like this and that it basically becomes a sort of new normal for people like cops. All the best to you guys and your country."

    Cop killings must be extremely rare to non existence where you live because there is only like 3 Negroes in the entire country of Romania, lol.

    Your country's largest minority group Gypsies are not known for being cop killers, so no need for a police state in Romania.

    Replies: @Romanian

    , @AnotherDad
    @Romanian


    My condolences to the victims and their families. It’s really terrible that you have to put up with stuff like this and that it basically becomes a sort of new normal for people like cops. All the best to you guys and your country.
     
    Thanks. But truth is we've been living with black dysfunction since ... well ... the founding. (Price of not picking our own damn cotton.)

    But rather than condolences, you should worry about your own country. If you stay in the EU and don't get things fixed in a *hurry* your fate will be worse.

    Don't be confused by the nominal figures--"1 million refugees in a continent of ..." that sort of crap. Merkel in *one* year brought in 1 *young men* equivalent to about 1/5 the 5m German male population in their 20s (the breeding cohort). These young men will either displace German men in breeding or--mostly--eventually bring in foreign women. So essentially--for simplicity lets say short 20 year generations--in one year Merkel's created a new minority that will be in future generations be 10% of the German population. That's essentially our "legacy of slavery" ... in one year!

    Ok, if she can get other Europeans nations to be suckers and take a bunch of these people off her hands ... then spread over the EU, percentage wise the numbers are less bad. But they are still pretty bad. And she's not done! And then there the Africans--even worse to have than the Arabs--streaming across the Mediterranean this year. With the Italians rescuing them from the shores of Libya and bringing them to Italy per EU dictate.

    Seriously *you* have a problem. Young black men are a problem. Think about the problem in the US. There are 40m+ blacks. But any given yearly cohort born these days has around 600k blacks. Half male that's 300k black males a year, or 7.5 million in a breeding generation. At this 1000 day coming in from Africa, Europe will take in a typical US sized black male cohort this year. Keep that up ... you have a US sized problem.

    Replies: @Romanian

  72. OT. Steve is always looking for pithy summings-up of political phenomena. I think this is pretty good:

    “President Kennedy put a man on the moon. President Obama put a man in the ladies room.”

    • Replies: @iSteveFan
    @Glossy

    Sorry to nitpick, and I know you are just passing this on, but Kennedy did not put a man on the moon.

  73. @The most deplorable one
    A surprising statistic, or is it?

    https://twitter.com/Ricky_Vaughn99/status/751581132592820224

    Replies: @Big Bill

    Wow! To riff on Scott Adams, why are Democrats so violent?

  74. @AndrewR
    Castile was a Crip or at least pro-crip. Just scroll down in his feed for thirty seconds to see the undeniable proof

    https://m.facebook.com/philando.castile?tsid=0.7167769782245159&source=typeahead

    Don't feel bad for him for one second. We are better off without him.

    Replies: @Jeremiahjohnbalaya, @AnotherDad

    Please post a sample for those of us without a Facebook account.

    • Replies: @Lot
    @Jeremiahjohnbalaya


    Please post a sample for those of us without a Facebook account.
     
    It is better to use archive.is for links to facebook. Links will work for people without accounts and better for privacy for those that do. Facebook invades your browser and drops a billion cookies and webpoop into your computer every time use visit.
    , @AndrewR
    @Jeremiahjohnbalaya

    "Merry CRIPmas and happy BLUE year!!!"

    , @Olorin
    @Jeremiahjohnbalaya

    http://gotnews.com/breaking-philandocastile-falconheightsshooting-crips-gangmember/

    Replies: @The most deplorable one

  75. Sam says:
    @AndrewR
    @Lot

    This stuff doesn't help Trump as much as one might think. A cursory look at Twitter and Facebook (which I think can be reasonably used as accurate barometers of public opinion) will dispel the notion that blacks and their enablers behaving badly helps Trump.

    It doesn't help that Trump consistently squanders the opportunities to politically profit off this stuff. He's in his own world.

    Replies: @Sam, @Lot

    This stuff doesn’t help Trump as much as one might think. A cursory look at Twitter and Facebook (which I think can be reasonably used as accurate barometers of public opinion) will dispel the notion that blacks and their enablers behaving badly helps Trump.

    Twitter+Facebook isn’t exactly a safespace for ordinary people to vent against black misbehaviour. You will mostly find strong reactions among a few white guys who have had enough. But the ordinary people might press like if they aren’t afraid of getting noticed by friends. However, this public shaming/self censorship has the opposite effect when you go into the ballot. Ordinary whites see black mischief, tell pretty lies to pollsters and friends, and go vote in protest.
    That is why they call it the Silent Majority.

    Sailer has pointed out how the press is dependent on Trump saying something in situations like this to switch attention away from the horror show. However, in a case like this Trump should have put in a comment about how anti-white racism is as unacceptable as anti-black racism, and especially so when it is directed against cops. This will inevitably lead to journalists going crazy and he can then do his marketing thing of repeating “anti-white racism” a thousand times in a sentence while demanding racial equality. If he wanted to go more on the offensive he could do with the phrase “anti-white” what he did “islamic radicalism” when he bullied Hillary+Obama into conceding.

    He could then conclude with having the big race speech that Scott Adams keeps saying is necessary to remove the racist stigma still hanging on him. He would adress the reaffirm support for the police with bland stuff “most are great and a few bad apples who should be punished” and then turn it on the Dems in the exact manner as explained by

    • Replies: @Lot
    @Sam


    If he wanted to go more on the offensive he could do with the phrase “anti-white” what he did “islamic radicalism” when he bullied Hillary+Obama into conceding.
     
    YES! Great comparison. But please be careful tainting "anti-white" with stronger politically incorrect stuff. It needs to go mainstream. Use it often but carefully.
    , @AndrewR
    @Sam

    Indeed. But I have no faith in him to do so. He is a font of endless disappointment.

  76. • Replies: @Chrisnonymous
    @Svigor

    The total population was lower in the past. Rural areas that don't have enough parishioners for their temples are suffering from migration to urban centers and secularization, not declining birthrates.

    Anyhow, importing Muslims or Malays to increase the tax base isn't going help traditional cultural institutions.

    Replies: @Jefferson

    , @Cwhatfuture
    @Svigor

    Yes. The pressure is on for Japan to destroy itself. But notice the Yen is strengthening after Brexit? The Yen is a safe currency. I wonder why it is, what with all those bears and boars.

    Japan will clone Sumo wrestlers before they take any Indonesians or Pakistanis as citizens. They will ask their elderly to commit sepuku so as not to be a burden. They will do what it takes. And everyone knows it.

    Replies: @anon

    , @AnotherDad
    @Svigor


    As Japan’s population shrinks, bears and boars roam where schools and shrines once thrived.
    http://www.latimes.com/world/asia/la-fg-japan-population-snap-story.html
     
    Boy what terrific "problems" to have. More open space. Less crowding. Cheaper housing off in the boonies. Available jobs.

    Man how awesome must it be to be Japanese right now. To be able to think "our people will survive".

    Of course they need to be eternally vigilant. These immigrationists never stop. They push and push everywhere and don't stop until they wreck every place on earth. They are just *evil*.
    , @Hippopotamusdrome
    @Svigor



    Now, the country has begun a white-knuckle ride in which it will shed about one-third of its population — 40 million people — by 2060

     

    That would bring the population to what it was in 1955. From 1900-1955 the population doubled. From 1900-2000 the population tripled. Do they want the population to triple every century with no going down ever?

    1900 -- 44m
    1955 -- 89m
    2000 -- 127m
    2060 -- 88m
  77. I still think the Ballwin, MO shooting was not BLM-related.

    From the info given, the suspect was just another black ex-con reacting with the usual extreme stupidity to the prospect of being sent back to prison.

  78. iSteveFan says:

    You can tell that BLM is not getting the blame for the shootings just by what has happened since Thursday. The last two nights we have had more BLM protests in more cities. If they had been properly blamed, they would lay low for a while. At least until the bodies of the five cops were cold and buried.

    I wish Trump would push this and put the blame on them even if the media won’t. Trump is getting way too conservative now that he actually has a shot at winning. He needs to remember what got him here. He needs to publicly slam BLM. Recall how he used to make fun of Bernie for letting those BLM ladies force him off the stage. Well this is his chance to really go after BLM.

    • Replies: @candid_observer
    @iSteveFan

    "Never Interfere With an Enemy While He’s in the Process of Destroying Himself."

    All in due time.

    , @Bert
    @iSteveFan


    He needs to remember what got him here. He needs to publicly slam BLM.
     
    He got here by taking advantage of the incredible weakness of the GOP establishment candidates. Currently he's polling almost 10% of the black vote, which is more than any Republican since 1988 has ever gotten. In a close race where the party elders are actively trying to sabotage him that could mean the difference between carrying Ohio and Pennsylvania and not.

    Look, I don't like BLM at all, and I get what you're saying, but BLM is going to alienate plenty just by itself. Him not saying much means he's learning how to be an actual statesman. You don't win by needlessly pissing on everything.
  79. @iSteveFan
    You can tell that BLM is not getting the blame for the shootings just by what has happened since Thursday. The last two nights we have had more BLM protests in more cities. If they had been properly blamed, they would lay low for a while. At least until the bodies of the five cops were cold and buried.

    I wish Trump would push this and put the blame on them even if the media won't. Trump is getting way too conservative now that he actually has a shot at winning. He needs to remember what got him here. He needs to publicly slam BLM. Recall how he used to make fun of Bernie for letting those BLM ladies force him off the stage. Well this is his chance to really go after BLM.

    Replies: @candid_observer, @Bert

    “Never Interfere With an Enemy While He’s in the Process of Destroying Himself.”

    All in due time.

    • Agree: Kylie, ben tillman
  80. @Svigor

    Diversity Heretic says:
    July 10, 2016 at 11:03 am GMT • 100 Words
     
    They're not far from being able to blanket public spaces with cameras, monitored by software that will alert police to armed civilians, gangs, people with aggressive body language, etc.

    And NAMs will have provided the impetus and justification for this Judge Dredd reality.

    Diversity is our skrenf!

    Another idea. What if somebody were to go to one of these protests and turn on a cell phone blocker.

    Well, there's the criminal record that goes along with getting caught doing it, for starters.

    What if Dallas was not a Black thing?
     
    What if a flying monkey came out of Hussein's arse?

    Replies: @Jefferson

    “They’re not far from being able to blanket public spaces with cameras, monitored by software that will alert police to armed civilians, gangs, people with aggressive body language, etc.

    And NAMs will have provided the impetus and justification for this Judge Dredd reality.

    Diversity is our skrenf!”

    We can not have a Libertarian live free or die society in America because The Artist Formerly Known As Truth’s people do not know how to behave like civilized Human Beings.

    It’s the fault of the Mulignans that we will live in a police state. We wouldn’t need this if we had the racial demographics of Poland for example.

  81. @Romanian
    My condolences to the victims and their families. It's really terrible that you have to put up with stuff like this and that it basically becomes a sort of new normal for people like cops. All the best to you guys and your country.

    Replies: @Jefferson, @AnotherDad

    “My condolences to the victims and their families. It’s really terrible that you have to put up with stuff like this and that it basically becomes a sort of new normal for people like cops. All the best to you guys and your country.”

    Cop killings must be extremely rare to non existence where you live because there is only like 3 Negroes in the entire country of Romania, lol.

    Your country’s largest minority group Gypsies are not known for being cop killers, so no need for a police state in Romania.

    • Replies: @Romanian
    @Jefferson

    We have a bit more violence than the average European country, but very little gun violence and no mass casualty violence. The Communists disarmed the country early on, and it stayed that way. It's national news here when a policeman has to use his weapon, or when a criminal is found with a gun in his possession, or a few bullets go missing from an armory. Like something out of the Into the Badlands show on AMC, the underworld gypsy clan types use swords to duke it out (not saying that they're any good at it). There is a fair bit of gypsy violence, as befits their nature, but fatalities tend to bring unavoidable police attention. As for the normal people, there's a lot of ruin in the countryside. You hear about people killing acquaintances or lovers during drunken brawls. The Africans we do have are a bit more visible now, it's not just 3 of them, though they're mostly in the Capital - African students and the odd immigrant, including one who is a talk show host and blogger and has a blonde wife, African embassy workers, many of whom skew very young. Went to a diplomatic event once and all of the African guys had local dates, while the African girls had nobody. A guy with Heartiste chops hit on my date by asking her if she was racist :)). Guess it works for them every time.

  82. @candid_observer
    One thing Trump should do is replay, with relevant revision, a classic line of Reagan's. Reagan asked, in his campaign against Carter, "Are you better or worse off than before?"

    Trump should ask the question: "We hear Hillary and the Democrats talk about improving race relations. But after 8 years of a Democratic President, are race relations better or worse off than before? Hillary has gone on record promising the same policies and approach. Do you think that after four more years of the same, race relations will be better or worse off?"

    Replies: @Anonymous, @SteveO

    A simple yet brutally effective tactic for the Trump campaign.

  83. @Elmer T. Jones
    It's no longer funny that I drive a white Grand Marquis in my predominantly black neighborhood. I am seriously considering getting it painted purple and putting some shiny wheels on it. From Da Man to The Purple Pimpmobile. There is a Black Gentleman working parking lot security where my wife had recently gotten a job. He drives a white Grand Marquis that looks identical to mine but is five years older. We are like brothers. I don't understand why Ford has discontinued this classic old man's ride.

    Replies: @Jack D, @Louis Renault

    They got rid of it because it had a fuel tank behind the rear axle that ambulance chasing lawyers said was the cause of injuries not the driver who rear ended the car. (often at a high rate of speed).

    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob
    @Louis Renault

    I went on a three week road trip through the US south west with three other people in a Lincoln back in the 80s. Man, that thing was a living room on wheels.

  84. @George
    Maybe black people have a reason to be pissed off:

    Gun Activist Says He Warned PD Involved In Philando Castile Shooting About Shady Traffic Stops

    http://thinkprogress.org/justice/2016/07/07/3796266/philando-castile-shooting-st-anthony-police-falcon-heights-improper-stops/

    My guess is that illegal aliens are ripped off by their employers, the system, their customers, and harassed by the police, so the must be upset at everyone.

    Former soldiers are a problem after every war, but especially losing ones like the Bush Obama GWOT. What if Dallas was not a Black thing?

    Replies: @Boomstick

    The rumor is that Castile was pulled over because he matched the description of an armed robbery suspect, and in fact he does look a lot like the suspect. (It wasn’t him.) It’s not unlikely that there was some miscommunication and the already jump cop thought Castile was reaching for his gun instead of his wallet.

  85. @Truth
    @Lot

    The short answer to your question, Steve-O, is "none."

    Hey, anyway, hopefully the Minneapolis police know how to celebrate their "victory" with the same panache as do the Orlandians: Although with the whole "Scandanavian Cool" thing going on, I doubt it."

    In any event, here is an official video release from the Orlando Police Department 2 weeks after the "Most deadliest, single-shooter terrorist incident in the history of the U.S." I want to warn you now, the tone is somewhat somber and depressing, most depressing is the choice of music, and it's lyrics that they selected to go with a gay, nightclub shooting."

    Again, this is an official video, two weeks after the incident, as confirmed by the youtube channel, not a hoax.

    Oh and yes you should feel just as stupid and sheeplike as you do right now...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u-CdO4jMOYI

    Replies: @Anonymous, @al gore rhythms, @Inquiring Mind, @Kylie, @Gato de la Biblioteca, @Brutusale

    About the Dancing Deputies in Orlando:

    Look people, the whole economy of Orlando is about tourism and entertainment and the hospitality industry. They have to, they must, put this tragedy behind them and encourage visitors to continue to come to Orlando to do all the things that keeps that place going.

    My fave in the video is the crime-lab technician using the chemical safety shower to give a shout out to Jerry Bruckheimer’s Flashdance — a paean to the bucket shower in the “He’s a Dream” musical number.

    • Replies: @Inquiring Mind
    @Inquiring Mind

    For the Orlando crime lab tech posing in the chemical safety shower in the Dancing Orlando video and all others old enough to have seen this

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wkSKfP5OUTA

    ". . . that's her Social Security number . . . she works for you . . ."

    , @Truth
    @Inquiring Mind

    Every time I think the "Powers That Be" have pulled the curtain back just as far as it can got, to let you see the set builders and the costume designers at work, you guys just assume it's another act in the play.

    I'm flabbergasted, I just don't know what to say anymore.

    Well, except that we're totally fucked.

    Replies: @Brutusale

  86. @Bryant Gummel
    Tennessee, the South, and the US, still has a long way to go in creating a colorblind society. Until we are able to create a colorblind society such incidents will occur.

    Replies: @Louis Renault, @AlphaSupremo

    The State creates society? Which SJW college did you get a degree from?

  87. @Glossy
    OT. Steve is always looking for pithy summings-up of political phenomena. I think this is pretty good:

    "President Kennedy put a man on the moon. President Obama put a man in the ladies room."

    https://twitter.com/thetemplar5/status/752132905174835206

    Replies: @iSteveFan

    Sorry to nitpick, and I know you are just passing this on, but Kennedy did not put a man on the moon.

  88. @iSteveFan
    You can tell that BLM is not getting the blame for the shootings just by what has happened since Thursday. The last two nights we have had more BLM protests in more cities. If they had been properly blamed, they would lay low for a while. At least until the bodies of the five cops were cold and buried.

    I wish Trump would push this and put the blame on them even if the media won't. Trump is getting way too conservative now that he actually has a shot at winning. He needs to remember what got him here. He needs to publicly slam BLM. Recall how he used to make fun of Bernie for letting those BLM ladies force him off the stage. Well this is his chance to really go after BLM.

    Replies: @candid_observer, @Bert

    He needs to remember what got him here. He needs to publicly slam BLM.

    He got here by taking advantage of the incredible weakness of the GOP establishment candidates. Currently he’s polling almost 10% of the black vote, which is more than any Republican since 1988 has ever gotten. In a close race where the party elders are actively trying to sabotage him that could mean the difference between carrying Ohio and Pennsylvania and not.

    Look, I don’t like BLM at all, and I get what you’re saying, but BLM is going to alienate plenty just by itself. Him not saying much means he’s learning how to be an actual statesman. You don’t win by needlessly pissing on everything.

  89. Lot says:
    @AndrewR
    @Lot

    This stuff doesn't help Trump as much as one might think. A cursory look at Twitter and Facebook (which I think can be reasonably used as accurate barometers of public opinion) will dispel the notion that blacks and their enablers behaving badly helps Trump.

    It doesn't help that Trump consistently squanders the opportunities to politically profit off this stuff. He's in his own world.

    Replies: @Sam, @Lot

    A cursory look at Twitter and Facebook (which I think can be reasonably used as accurate barometers of public opinion) will dispel the notion that blacks and their enablers behaving badly helps Trump.

    Well you could not see how I was voting from my facebook. A BLM-centered presidential race will gain Trump big votes from the type of Democrat who normally votes Democrat, but sometimes votes GOP on local elections. There are tons of them.

    NYC is heavily Dem, but elected Rudy and Mike B. for 20 years because of NAM crime issues.

    Maryland and Massachusetts just elected Republican governors. Simple math requires that a lot of Obama voters crossed over. It sure was not urban blacks who crossed over to vote for them.

    Wisconsin elected Scott Walker not because of rural white Wisconsin voters, who continue the old Midwestern socialist tradition, but suburban Milwaukee voters who voted for him because of black crime.

    Michigan has a solidly GOP state leg and a Republican governor, despite Obama winning the state by I think about 8 points. That is because there are a lot of center-left whites there whose first choice is a center-left white like Bernie, Jennifer Granholm, Debbie S., Sander and Carl Levin, etc. They were also OK with post-racial Obama and voted for him. But state legislator votes and governor because racialized as the state leg in Democratic control means Detroit democrat control.

    Trumps path to victory is pretty clearly making 2016 a referendum on police-hate and BLM.

    It doesn’t help that Trump consistently squanders the opportunities to politically profit off this stuff.

    BLM and cop/white hate are dominating the news on their own right now. Trump should just shut up and lay low for a week or two and let the Dems enjoy their civil war. Maybe he can start some actual fundraising?

    • Replies: @AndrewR
    @Lot

    "white like Bernie... and the Levins"

    ...ha

  90. @AndrewR
    @Lot

    I figured it was obvious that all self respecting white people left the Democrat party years ago and that only extreme racial masochists remain. Apparently not.

    Anyway, there are sound reasons to criticize our present drivers licensing and auto registration scheme and especially auto insurance requirements. Both are rackets, for the state and for the insurance industry respectively. At the very least they are massively regressive systems in which those who drive few miles subsidize those who drive much more. Insurance and registration costs should directly correspond to the number of miles driven but for reasons not entirely clear to me this is not done.

    Replies: @another fred, @Lot, @EriK

    Insurance and registration costs should directly correspond to the number of miles driven but for reasons not entirely clear to me this is not done.

    The technology to allow this has not matured yet. Too many older cars on the road. It will come.

    • Replies: @Lot
    @another fred

    I actually got some junk mail last week, for the first time, from a car ins company that offers pay by mile. I am not interested myself.

    I live in a good neighborhood, pay on time, have homeowners through the same company, and the college grad discount. Between these factors, I pay about $475 a year for car insurance, and I have far more than the minimum. Respectable citizens with 20 years of driving history but no claims and no DUIs living in good areas pay very little for car insurance here in CA.

    Another thing about the car ins industry: they are one of the financial backbones of the GOP in California, though they also give to the more conservative democrats who regulate them.

  91. @Inquiring Mind
    @Truth

    About the Dancing Deputies in Orlando:

    Look people, the whole economy of Orlando is about tourism and entertainment and the hospitality industry. They have to, they must, put this tragedy behind them and encourage visitors to continue to come to Orlando to do all the things that keeps that place going.

    My fave in the video is the crime-lab technician using the chemical safety shower to give a shout out to Jerry Bruckheimer's Flashdance -- a paean to the bucket shower in the "He's a Dream" musical number.

    Replies: @Inquiring Mind, @Truth

    For the Orlando crime lab tech posing in the chemical safety shower in the Dancing Orlando video and all others old enough to have seen this

    “. . . that’s her Social Security number . . . she works for you . . .”

  92. @Citizen of a Silly Country
    Steve,

    The timing may be odd, but I think that WaPo is pointing out a strong contender for the Left's next offensive. I present World War P.

    Not "P" as in polygamy, but "P" as in prisoners. I've been seeing some stories here and there, including Virginia's decision to allow ex-felons to vote. Hey, 200k additional Democratic voters isn't bad. But now the Post has dedicated most of its usually comical Outlook section to stories of prisoners released early.

    Granted, prisoners don't have the cache of gays and transgender, but they do bring the spotlight back to blacks and allow Goodwhites to lament the evils of institutional racism. Also, Goodwhites know that they'll never live around these guys, so it's all theoretical to them.

    World War P

    1. Arrest and incarceration rates should be proportional to your group's percentage of the population
    2. Non-violent prisoners should be released. Violent prisoners who have served for 10 years or more should be released.
    3. Ex-felons should be given the vote
    4. Federal legalization of marijuana (white hipsters will be all about that)

    Replies: @Jefferson

    “1. Arrest and incarceration rates should be proportional to your group’s percentage of the population”

    Even for violent crimes like murder, assault, and rape?

    Since Whites are 62 percent of The U.S population, that means 62 percent of all violent criminals arrested in Detroit for example, have to be White? Good luck implementing that.

  93. @Svigor
    The female soldier who ‘pervert’ Dallas cop killer sexually harassed as colleague reveals murderer used to 'steal girls' panties'

    On Facebook, he identified himself as a ‘black nationalist’ and gave a black power salute.
     

    He ‘liked’ several pages including the New Black Panther Party, the African American Defense League and the Nation of Islam.
     

    A photo showed him wearing a dashiki and raising his fist over the words 'Black Power.'
     

    Johnson's Facebook account also included information about Richard Griffin (left), also known as Professor Griff, who 'embraces a radical form of Afrocentrism.'
     
    (Professor Griff strongly condemned the murder of 5 white cops with the bold cover-your-ass legalese statement that he does "not advocate killing Cops." That's exactly what BLM said after Dallas! It's awesome that white supremacists respond to lynching of negroes with the progressive stance that they "do not advocate the lynching of blacks"! BLM and Professor Griff don't advocate cop-killing! What mensches. I can feel the love, compassion, tolerance, and anti-racism from here.)

    Hussein, Hillary, and the Democrats are so determined not to actually be seen opposing racism per se (rather than simply using "anti-racism" as a bludgeon against whites) that they won't call Micah X Johnson - a dashiki-wearing, black-power-saluting, Afrocentric, Black-Panther-Party- and NoI-loving, sexual-harrassing pervert Army washout terrorist who ambushed and shot 11 cops, murdering 5, who in his own words did so because he wanted to kill white people, specifically white cops - a racist.

    And people say there's no such thing as Cultural Marxism. Heh. These people ride or die for Who-Whom.

    Damn yo, this stuff is hard to untangle!

    Replies: @The most deplorable one, @SPMoore8, @Curle

    They won’t use the term racism because it has no fixed meaning of any real use. It is a term used to delegitimize majoritarianism which can be both tribal and white in majority white countries. To the extent it has any practical meaning it means ‘majoritarian tribal excesses in disputes where racial interests are implicated.’ It has been medicalized of late to obscure its obvious anti-majoritarian aspects.

  94. Lot says:

    The best congressman in America is using “anti-white.” Keep it up. Use this term that can go mainstream in conversation and online, but do not go any stronger.

    King has a great twitter feed. He’s hitting trade, guns, and crime, and doing it well.

    I noticed he is also going to Egypt meeting Egyptian president Sisi, a wonderful anti-terrorism leader who would like to be an American proxy in the middle east, but keeps getting crapped on by Obama for suppressing the Muslim Brotherhood. If this is King giving himself some foreign policy cred before running as VP, that is great. Not my first choice, but he’d still be great. And make Trump JFK/impeachment proof.

    • Replies: @ben tillman
    @Lot

    King has a great twitter feed. He’s hitting trade, guns, and crime, and doing it well.

    You're right. Not the best VP possibility, perhaps, but I'm not sure whom I'd prefer. I keep thinking Kay Bailey Hutchison because she's a woman, and she's polished (Pi Beta Phi), but she's too old, and her name recognition is poor.

    Replies: @Lot

  95. @Anon
    @fnn

    White Dems may not be very aware of what the BLM people are doing if liberal networks are trying to hide the activity, but they'll learn tomorrow or the day after when their commutes are disrupted by all the protesters blocking major routes. Unlike the BLM and various other Soros hirelings, most white Dems have a job.

    The suburbs around the major cities of the US have the largest concentration of white Dems that you can find anywhere. Since white Dems also live a long distance away from their jobs in the city (having been forced out by violent blacks), they have a long way to drive to get to work, and they'll be ticked off by the disruption. A lot of white liberals are happy to support blacks--until they become a target themselves. At that point, they start considering a voting alternative.

    Hillary's coddling of the BLM isn't going to make her popular with the remaining white liberals. Many of them had already drifted away to support Bernie, and they view her as the party's illegitimate candidate, having gained her position via special delegates alone. I can see Gary Johnson or whoever else is pro-pot getting a lot of extra votes from angry Bernie supporters. Hillary needs these voters desperately, and she can't afford to lose them or she'll lose the election.

    The BLM people really have no common sense. They're going to be targeting their own mealy-mouthed libtard supporters, and these are people whose backing they really need; otherwise they'd be going nowhere.

    Replies: @Jefferson, @oh its just me too

    “The BLM people really have no common sense.”

    BLM was started by Black Homosexuals. Were you really expecting common sense from this demographic? There is a reason Black Homosexuals have the highest AIDS/HIV positive rate in the world. They are not a very bright demographic.

  96. Lot says:
    @AndrewR
    @Lot

    I figured it was obvious that all self respecting white people left the Democrat party years ago and that only extreme racial masochists remain. Apparently not.

    Anyway, there are sound reasons to criticize our present drivers licensing and auto registration scheme and especially auto insurance requirements. Both are rackets, for the state and for the insurance industry respectively. At the very least they are massively regressive systems in which those who drive few miles subsidize those who drive much more. Insurance and registration costs should directly correspond to the number of miles driven but for reasons not entirely clear to me this is not done.

    Replies: @another fred, @Lot, @EriK

    Both are rackets, for the state and for the insurance industry respectively

    I disagree, and think the system works well for a population of law-abiding whites and asians. Do you have an alternative? People who lack any ability to pay the consequences of car crashes should be able to drive without insurance?

    At the very least they are massively regressive systems in which those who drive few miles subsidize those who drive much more.

    “Regressive” means poorer people pay a higher percentage of their income for something, usually taxes. Isn’t that how it should be with auto insurance? Or do you think it should just be set at 5% of income or something, with poor NAMs getting car insurance for $1000 a year and upper-middle class whites paying $7000? I sure as heck don’t.

    Making driving expensive and ruthlessly enforcing these rules in diverse areas is objectively pro-white/asian and is to be commended. It is also the right thing to do. We are right, BLM is wrong. If you drive without insurance, especially if you are caught a second time, you should spend a few days in county and have your vehicle taken away. Minnesota absolutely failed letting this guy keep his car after he thumbed his nose for years at the state’s laws.

    • Replies: @Jefferson
    @Lot

    I have heard several rap songs where Black rappers brag about driving without a driver's license or car insurance. It's a Black thing, so you wouldn't understand Cracka.

    Driver's licenses and car insurance weren't invented in Africa. It's a creation of the racist White male patriarchy.

    Replies: @Former Darfur, @Trumpenproleteriat

    , @AndrewR
    @Lot

    Sailer seemed to memory hole my comment, which admittedly was not much more tactful than your own abhorrent, elitist, racist, classist, dishonest comment. You may be the most racist Jew I've encountered, and that's saying a lot.

  97. @eah
    So far, it has raised $2,600.

    As I write this comment, the GoFundMe page for Alton Sterling's family has raised >$670k -- it's the 'ghetto lottery' of the internet age.

    Those interested can view Sterling's lengthy rap sheet here (just to be clear: not that I think this means his shooting was necessarily justified).

    Replies: @Jefferson, @Anonymous, @LiveFreeOrDie

    How about a “Go f**k them” page?

  98. OT: But it looks like your girl should have gone public while her stake was worth something north of zero: http://www.nytimes.com/2016/07/09/business/theranos-elizabeth-holmes-ban.html

  99. Lot says:
    @another fred
    @AndrewR


    Insurance and registration costs should directly correspond to the number of miles driven but for reasons not entirely clear to me this is not done.
     
    The technology to allow this has not matured yet. Too many older cars on the road. It will come.

    Replies: @Lot

    I actually got some junk mail last week, for the first time, from a car ins company that offers pay by mile. I am not interested myself.

    I live in a good neighborhood, pay on time, have homeowners through the same company, and the college grad discount. Between these factors, I pay about $475 a year for car insurance, and I have far more than the minimum. Respectable citizens with 20 years of driving history but no claims and no DUIs living in good areas pay very little for car insurance here in CA.

    Another thing about the car ins industry: they are one of the financial backbones of the GOP in California, though they also give to the more conservative democrats who regulate them.

  100. @Anon
    @fnn

    White Dems may not be very aware of what the BLM people are doing if liberal networks are trying to hide the activity, but they'll learn tomorrow or the day after when their commutes are disrupted by all the protesters blocking major routes. Unlike the BLM and various other Soros hirelings, most white Dems have a job.

    The suburbs around the major cities of the US have the largest concentration of white Dems that you can find anywhere. Since white Dems also live a long distance away from their jobs in the city (having been forced out by violent blacks), they have a long way to drive to get to work, and they'll be ticked off by the disruption. A lot of white liberals are happy to support blacks--until they become a target themselves. At that point, they start considering a voting alternative.

    Hillary's coddling of the BLM isn't going to make her popular with the remaining white liberals. Many of them had already drifted away to support Bernie, and they view her as the party's illegitimate candidate, having gained her position via special delegates alone. I can see Gary Johnson or whoever else is pro-pot getting a lot of extra votes from angry Bernie supporters. Hillary needs these voters desperately, and she can't afford to lose them or she'll lose the election.

    The BLM people really have no common sense. They're going to be targeting their own mealy-mouthed libtard supporters, and these are people whose backing they really need; otherwise they'd be going nowhere.

    Replies: @Jefferson, @oh its just me too

    I saw a BLM rally at a park today in Brooklyn – 80% white liberals.
    There are no stupider people on earth.

    • Replies: @Jefferson
    @oh its just me too

    "I saw a BLM rally at a park today in Brooklyn – 80% white liberals.
    There are no stupider people on earth."

    Brooklyn is 54 percent NAM (African Americans, Puerto Ricans, Jamaicans, Dominicans, Cubans, Colombians, Trinidadians, Panamanians, etc) and 10 percent Asian. Making the total Nonwhite population of Brooklyn to be 64 percent.

    So I have a hard time believing that a Black Lies Matter rally in Brooklyn is just as White as a Black Lies Matter rally in Salt Lake City.

    , @AndrewR
    @oh its just me too

    It truly is a fascinating phenomenon. It's a pathological excess of the same genes that allowed our society to flourish.

    Aversion to nepotism and clannishness is necessary for a truly prosperous society, and this aversion naturally leads to an aversion to preferring one's own race. And an extreme aversion to preferring one's own race can tragically lead to an aversion of one's own race.

  101. Lot says:
    @Jeremiahjohnbalaya
    @AndrewR

    Please post a sample for those of us without a Facebook account.

    Replies: @Lot, @AndrewR, @Olorin

    Please post a sample for those of us without a Facebook account.

    It is better to use archive.is for links to facebook. Links will work for people without accounts and better for privacy for those that do. Facebook invades your browser and drops a billion cookies and webpoop into your computer every time use visit.

  102. @Louis Renault
    @Elmer T. Jones

    They got rid of it because it had a fuel tank behind the rear axle that ambulance chasing lawyers said was the cause of injuries not the driver who rear ended the car. (often at a high rate of speed).

    Replies: @Jim Don Bob

    I went on a three week road trip through the US south west with three other people in a Lincoln back in the 80s. Man, that thing was a living room on wheels.

  103. Lot says:
    @Sam
    @AndrewR


    This stuff doesn’t help Trump as much as one might think. A cursory look at Twitter and Facebook (which I think can be reasonably used as accurate barometers of public opinion) will dispel the notion that blacks and their enablers behaving badly helps Trump.

     

    Twitter+Facebook isn't exactly a safespace for ordinary people to vent against black misbehaviour. You will mostly find strong reactions among a few white guys who have had enough. But the ordinary people might press like if they aren't afraid of getting noticed by friends. However, this public shaming/self censorship has the opposite effect when you go into the ballot. Ordinary whites see black mischief, tell pretty lies to pollsters and friends, and go vote in protest.
    That is why they call it the Silent Majority.


    Sailer has pointed out how the press is dependent on Trump saying something in situations like this to switch attention away from the horror show. However, in a case like this Trump should have put in a comment about how anti-white racism is as unacceptable as anti-black racism, and especially so when it is directed against cops. This will inevitably lead to journalists going crazy and he can then do his marketing thing of repeating "anti-white racism" a thousand times in a sentence while demanding racial equality. If he wanted to go more on the offensive he could do with the phrase "anti-white" what he did "islamic radicalism" when he bullied Hillary+Obama into conceding.

    He could then conclude with having the big race speech that Scott Adams keeps saying is necessary to remove the racist stigma still hanging on him. He would adress the reaffirm support for the police with bland stuff "most are great and a few bad apples who should be punished" and then turn it on the Dems in the exact manner as explained by @candid_observer
    @candid_observer

    Replies: @Lot, @AndrewR

    If he wanted to go more on the offensive he could do with the phrase “anti-white” what he did “islamic radicalism” when he bullied Hillary+Obama into conceding.

    YES! Great comparison. But please be careful tainting “anti-white” with stronger politically incorrect stuff. It needs to go mainstream. Use it often but carefully.

  104. If you want to troll your facebook, post this without comment:

    https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2016/jun/10/bike-theft-oregon-walmart-thief-lassoed-cattle-rancher

    By the way, aside from its politics, the Guardian is the best newspaper in the world, and completely free of registration BS.

    Also share Milo’s less extreme stuff.

    • Replies: @Kylie
    @Lot

    "By the way, aside from its politics, the Guardian is the best newspaper in the world..."

    What the--?

    That's like saying that aside from his politics, Obama is the best president in the world.

  105. @Lot
    Thousands of Minnesota motorists stranded on a closed highway:

    https://twitter.com/andyrathbun/status/751992557761073152

    If Soros is really funding BLM, he is Objectively Pro-Trump.

    Replies: @Truth, @WhatEvvs, @AndrewR, @Anonymous

    It seems people forget that the fruit of 1968 was Richard M. Nixon.

  106. @Sam
    @AndrewR


    This stuff doesn’t help Trump as much as one might think. A cursory look at Twitter and Facebook (which I think can be reasonably used as accurate barometers of public opinion) will dispel the notion that blacks and their enablers behaving badly helps Trump.

     

    Twitter+Facebook isn't exactly a safespace for ordinary people to vent against black misbehaviour. You will mostly find strong reactions among a few white guys who have had enough. But the ordinary people might press like if they aren't afraid of getting noticed by friends. However, this public shaming/self censorship has the opposite effect when you go into the ballot. Ordinary whites see black mischief, tell pretty lies to pollsters and friends, and go vote in protest.
    That is why they call it the Silent Majority.


    Sailer has pointed out how the press is dependent on Trump saying something in situations like this to switch attention away from the horror show. However, in a case like this Trump should have put in a comment about how anti-white racism is as unacceptable as anti-black racism, and especially so when it is directed against cops. This will inevitably lead to journalists going crazy and he can then do his marketing thing of repeating "anti-white racism" a thousand times in a sentence while demanding racial equality. If he wanted to go more on the offensive he could do with the phrase "anti-white" what he did "islamic radicalism" when he bullied Hillary+Obama into conceding.

    He could then conclude with having the big race speech that Scott Adams keeps saying is necessary to remove the racist stigma still hanging on him. He would adress the reaffirm support for the police with bland stuff "most are great and a few bad apples who should be punished" and then turn it on the Dems in the exact manner as explained by @candid_observer
    @candid_observer

    Replies: @Lot, @AndrewR

    Indeed. But I have no faith in him to do so. He is a font of endless disappointment.

  107. @oh its just me too
    @Anon

    I saw a BLM rally at a park today in Brooklyn - 80% white liberals.
    There are no stupider people on earth.

    Replies: @Jefferson, @AndrewR

    “I saw a BLM rally at a park today in Brooklyn – 80% white liberals.
    There are no stupider people on earth.”

    Brooklyn is 54 percent NAM (African Americans, Puerto Ricans, Jamaicans, Dominicans, Cubans, Colombians, Trinidadians, Panamanians, etc) and 10 percent Asian. Making the total Nonwhite population of Brooklyn to be 64 percent.

    So I have a hard time believing that a Black Lies Matter rally in Brooklyn is just as White as a Black Lies Matter rally in Salt Lake City.

  108. @Jeremiahjohnbalaya
    @AndrewR

    Please post a sample for those of us without a Facebook account.

    Replies: @Lot, @AndrewR, @Olorin

    “Merry CRIPmas and happy BLUE year!!!”

  109. @Lot
    @AndrewR


    A cursory look at Twitter and Facebook (which I think can be reasonably used as accurate barometers of public opinion) will dispel the notion that blacks and their enablers behaving badly helps Trump.
     
    Well you could not see how I was voting from my facebook. A BLM-centered presidential race will gain Trump big votes from the type of Democrat who normally votes Democrat, but sometimes votes GOP on local elections. There are tons of them.

    NYC is heavily Dem, but elected Rudy and Mike B. for 20 years because of NAM crime issues.

    Maryland and Massachusetts just elected Republican governors. Simple math requires that a lot of Obama voters crossed over. It sure was not urban blacks who crossed over to vote for them.

    Wisconsin elected Scott Walker not because of rural white Wisconsin voters, who continue the old Midwestern socialist tradition, but suburban Milwaukee voters who voted for him because of black crime.

    Michigan has a solidly GOP state leg and a Republican governor, despite Obama winning the state by I think about 8 points. That is because there are a lot of center-left whites there whose first choice is a center-left white like Bernie, Jennifer Granholm, Debbie S., Sander and Carl Levin, etc. They were also OK with post-racial Obama and voted for him. But state legislator votes and governor because racialized as the state leg in Democratic control means Detroit democrat control.

    Trumps path to victory is pretty clearly making 2016 a referendum on police-hate and BLM.


    It doesn’t help that Trump consistently squanders the opportunities to politically profit off this stuff.
     
    BLM and cop/white hate are dominating the news on their own right now. Trump should just shut up and lay low for a week or two and let the Dems enjoy their civil war. Maybe he can start some actual fundraising?

    Replies: @AndrewR

    “white like Bernie… and the Levins”

    …ha

  110. @Lot
    @AndrewR


    Both are rackets, for the state and for the insurance industry respectively
     
    I disagree, and think the system works well for a population of law-abiding whites and asians. Do you have an alternative? People who lack any ability to pay the consequences of car crashes should be able to drive without insurance?

    At the very least they are massively regressive systems in which those who drive few miles subsidize those who drive much more.
     
    "Regressive" means poorer people pay a higher percentage of their income for something, usually taxes. Isn't that how it should be with auto insurance? Or do you think it should just be set at 5% of income or something, with poor NAMs getting car insurance for $1000 a year and upper-middle class whites paying $7000? I sure as heck don't.

    Making driving expensive and ruthlessly enforcing these rules in diverse areas is objectively pro-white/asian and is to be commended. It is also the right thing to do. We are right, BLM is wrong. If you drive without insurance, especially if you are caught a second time, you should spend a few days in county and have your vehicle taken away. Minnesota absolutely failed letting this guy keep his car after he thumbed his nose for years at the state's laws.

    Replies: @Jefferson, @AndrewR

    I have heard several rap songs where Black rappers brag about driving without a driver’s license or car insurance. It’s a Black thing, so you wouldn’t understand Cracka.

    Driver’s licenses and car insurance weren’t invented in Africa. It’s a creation of the racist White male patriarchy.

    • Replies: @Former Darfur
    @Jefferson

    Every small town has several old Whites who drive without a license and/or insurance, but usually they are smart about it.

    , @Trumpenproleteriat
    @Jefferson

    "Driver’s licenses and car insurance weren’t invented in Africa. It’s a creation of the racist White male patriarchy."

    Libertarians are similarly retarded on this issue

  111. @Lot
    If you want to troll your facebook, post this without comment:

    https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2016/jun/10/bike-theft-oregon-walmart-thief-lassoed-cattle-rancher

    By the way, aside from its politics, the Guardian is the best newspaper in the world, and completely free of registration BS.

    Also share Milo's less extreme stuff.

    Replies: @Kylie

    “By the way, aside from its politics, the Guardian is the best newspaper in the world…”

    What the–?

    That’s like saying that aside from his politics, Obama is the best president in the world.

  112. @Truth
    @Lot

    The short answer to your question, Steve-O, is "none."

    Hey, anyway, hopefully the Minneapolis police know how to celebrate their "victory" with the same panache as do the Orlandians: Although with the whole "Scandanavian Cool" thing going on, I doubt it."

    In any event, here is an official video release from the Orlando Police Department 2 weeks after the "Most deadliest, single-shooter terrorist incident in the history of the U.S." I want to warn you now, the tone is somewhat somber and depressing, most depressing is the choice of music, and it's lyrics that they selected to go with a gay, nightclub shooting."

    Again, this is an official video, two weeks after the incident, as confirmed by the youtube channel, not a hoax.

    Oh and yes you should feel just as stupid and sheeplike as you do right now...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u-CdO4jMOYI

    Replies: @Anonymous, @al gore rhythms, @Inquiring Mind, @Kylie, @Gato de la Biblioteca, @Brutusale

  113. By only reporting black victims the media is making it look like it’s 100% black victims instead of 26% black victims.

    The media are deliberately inciting a race war.

    The only question is why.

    • Replies: @Leftist conservative
    @anon


    By only reporting black victims the media is making it look like it’s 100% black victims instead of 26% black victims.

    The media are deliberately inciting a race war.

    The only question is why.
     
    the media pays its bills using advertising purchases by big corporations. The more profits that these corporations make, the more money they can spend on media advertising.

    Occam's Razor would tell us this media race-baiting is somehow increasing corporate profits. The media is winding up blacks, telling them that whitey is persecuting them. Somehow that media strategy is increasing corporate profits.

    Replies: @ben tillman

  114. @Anonymous
    I cannot read all the comments on this site, so I will just blurt out something that's probably off topic.

    Has anybody mentioned or thought about the impact of cell phone battery life on protests? Many people today cannot function without their toys, and if the protest goes on too long I suspect many people will simply lose interest and drift away if they cant update their friends on everything that has happened in the last two minutes.

    Another idea. What if somebody were to go to one of these protests and turn on a cell phone blocker. Even with battery life what would the impact of becoming a temporary social network isolate be on their interest in protesting?

    Replies: @WhatEvvs, @larry lurker

    The guys who are livestreaming all night long have to be using portable USB chargers. The 26800mAh one I have is pretty hefty but fits in a pants pocket and will fully charge an iPhone ten or more times- just leave your phone plugged in and you’re set for the night.

    But yeah, your average protester isn’t doing this and I don’t think anyone would wanna be caught out there without a cell phone.

  115. @SPMoore8
    @Svigor

    Another case of "Yellow Fever"; which is symptomatic of the increasing Asian presence in America. Have to tip my hat to the British press, they are always way ahead of us on these things.

    Replies: @Jefferson

    “Another case of “Yellow Fever”; which is symptomatic of the increasing Asian presence in America. Have to tip my hat to the British press, they are always way ahead of us on these things.”

    The Asian woman is a racist for turning down the sexual advances of the Negro Micah Johnson.

    According to Social Justice Warriors, if you are a Nonblack person who is not open to dating Blacks, than you are a racist KKK Adolf Hitler loving nazi. You might as well do the sieg heil salute.
    http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2015/09/09/no-blacks-is-not-a-sexual-preference-it-s-racism.html

    There is a double standard, because the Left does not label Black women who are not open to dating White men, Asian men, and other Nonblack men as being racists. It’s not racist when Shaniqua has a strong racial preference for her own kind.

  116. anon • Disclaimer says:

    Trump shouldn’t attack BLM; Trump should attack the media.

    Reason: Trump has a chance to get a big chunk of the black vote over immigration and the media is trying to stop that happening by sparking black-white racial hatred (and getting a lot of people killed in the process).

    media
    – lying that all the victims are black
    – lying about the huge spike in black-black homicide as the result of police retreat
    – ignoring the 6% committing 50% of the homicides
    etc

    If he goes all out against the media over their incitement through dishonest reporting he can keep both the black and white vote onside.

    Why do they only report the black victims? They are inciting murder.

  117. @Lot
    The article about the black motorist killed in Minnesota has a good illustration of differing white and NAM views on crime, and why Trump's path to victory is on this issue more than any other, including immigration.

    http://bigstory.ap.org/article/81351f97c0be4caea5c91b5662848129

    He was pulled over 3 to 4 times per year for the past 13 years, again and again, for driving without a driver's license, driving without car insurance, and not having a muffler.

    For the most part, NAM communities don't think there is much wrong with driving without insurance. They regard the laws and requirements for responsible driving as annoyances and oppression by white culture.

    So as America browns, this is going to be an increasing source of conflict.

    As an example, in exurban San Diego County, nearly all police stops for driving without insurance were of NAMs, so courts forced the local governments to stop doing no-insurance checks a few years ago.

    As badly as Trump is doing running his campaign, Hillary is running on a David Dinkins platform that the real problem here is white racism and police misconduct. If she keeps it up, she could end losing the vote of a large number of white Democrats. It is also probably inevitable that there will be one or more BLM disruptions of her events as well as her VP choice. When it happened to Sanders, it was probably the single worst moment of his campaign. She'll look weak letting it happen, and then she'll look worse meekly agreeing with everything they said.

    Replies: @Jefferson, @donut, @AndrewR, @Elf Himself

    “He was pulled over 3 to 4 times per year for the past 13 years, again and again, for driving without a driver’s license, driving without car insurance, and not having a muffler.”

    “As an example, in exurban San Diego County, nearly all police stops for driving without insurance…”

    Nobody has yet pointed out that these remarks don’t make sense – you can’t be pulled over for not having insurance, only cited for that after being pulled over for something else. An officer has no way of knowing a driver doesn’t have insurance, or doesn’t have a license, just from watching him drive.

    If you are pulled over, and then cited only for not having insurance, or not having a license, the cop is tacitly acknowledging that he had no legitimate reason to pull you over in the first place. In Mr. Castile’s case, assuming this actually happened to him, that would be strong evidence that he was repeatedly pulled over for DWB.

    • Replies: @SPMoore8
    @Elf Himself

    In Mr. Castile’s case, assuming this actually happened to him, that would be strong evidence that he was repeatedly pulled over for DWB.

    This wouldn't surprise me in the least, especially since St. Anthony's probably has a longstanding BOLO for some crime or other that featured a black person, or person of color, of person of wide-nose.

    , @Anon
    @Elf Himself

    Or maybe every cop in St Anthony, MN, population 8,500, was well acquainted with Philando and his lack of interest in the law?

    , @The most deplorable one
    @Elf Himself


    Nobody has yet pointed out that these remarks don’t make sense – you can’t be pulled over for not having insurance, only cited for that after being pulled over for something else. An officer has no way of knowing a driver doesn’t have insurance, or doesn’t have a license, just from watching him drive.
     
    If blacks are statistically more likely to drive without a license and without insurance then that seems to me to be a valid reason to pull them over.

    Secondly, you seem unaware that cops actually have discretion about what they write you up for. If the fine for not having a license or insurance is higher and the nice lily-white people in his jurisdiction are sick of accidents with uninsured drivers, that might be the thing that cops in that jurisdiction focus on.

    Also, your interlocutor did point out that he was also pulled over for driving without a muffler.

    Finally, maybe Philando was so well known to all the cops ...

    Replies: @The most deplorable one, @ben tillman

    , @AnotherDad
    @Elf Himself


    If you are pulled over, and then cited only for not having insurance, or not having a license, the cop is tacitly acknowledging that he had no legitimate reason to pull you over in the first place. In Mr. Castile’s case, assuming this actually happened to him, that would be strong evidence that he was repeatedly pulled over for DWB.
     
    Doesn't follow.

    The cop may have pulled him over for yapping on his cell phone, or being late through a light or going a bit too fast or weaving or some other knucklehead driving. But when license\registration\insurance are checked, cites him for the "hard" violation of being a knucklehead without insurance, that does not require the cop to show up and testify. Perfectly reasonable.

    I've been pulled over a few times--especially when i was younger--and not cited for anything at all. The cop sees that my paperwork is in order, runs my license, doesn't come up with anything, then gives me a lecture about driving a bit slower. I didn't seem like a *gross* violator of the rules, the cop just saw me as slightly "out of line" and--lacking anything more serious to respond to--pulled me over as part of maintaining public order. If i'd been a first class knucklehead and popped on the computer then i'd have been hauled off to jail. All per spec.

    Replies: @The most deplorable one, @G Pinfold

  118. @Lot
    Anti-third-world-migration conservative coalition narrowly holds onto power in Australia:

    http://www.cnn.com/2016/07/09/asia/australia-election-bill-shorten-concedes/

    Replies: @Clyde

    Anti-third-world-migration conservative coalition narrowly holds onto power in Australia:
    http://www.cnn.com/2016/07/09/asia/australia-election-bill-shorten-concedes/

    The Australian posters here have pointed out that their island is being swamped by legal Chinese/Indian/Asian immigration. They will tend to be educated but European Australia will disappear. We (America) get swamped by illegal Hispanic & Asian third worlders and their riff raff. Plus the 100,000 annual refugees, Muslim and otherwise useless to America. We even get Nepalese refugees. Crazy! Effink Nepal! A big ol hippie destination, friends showed me a beautiful postcard of Nepalese mountains in 1986. They had been there, told me the big lake in it was utterly polluted.

  119. @Dave Pinsen
    @larry lurker

    DeRay is gay. Milo (also gay) weighed in on him tonight:

    https://twitter.com/Nero/status/752033493794914304

    https://twitter.com/Nero/status/752013850711588864

    Replies: @Jefferson, @Chrisnonymous, @larry lurker

    Love Milo. His statements about male homosexuality being a choice* are a little beyond the pale for me, but he’s immensely entertaining.

    * If he made a distinction between being openly/actively(/passively?) gay and simply being gay I’d have no problem with it, but he doesn’t. Confused gay teens don’t need to hear that shit, trolling or not.

    • Replies: @SPMoore8
    @larry lurker

    If Milo says male homosexuality is a choice, he's probably responding to the PC shibboleth that all sexuality is determined genetically at birth. Frankly, I don't believe it, because I've known too many people who have been on both sides of the street and I don't think they were "born" bisexual.

    You know what I think the bigger problem is? The fact that we have created a culture where everyone has to declare their sexuality by the time they are 12 years old, that treats anyone who isn't sexually active by the time they are 15 as some kind of weirdo, and that simply cannot shut up or practice a little modesty about sexual matters.

    Confused gay teens need to know that sexuality is variable, and as long as no one is hurt in the process, entirely their own business. They also need to know that linking emotional attachment and sexuality is something very powerful, and that they are living in a culture that treats that phenomenon in an extremely superficial fashion, such that people are always going to be judging you or even mocking you for your attractions, your dates, your activity, or lack of same. Finally, that people love to mock the outsider, so you better learn to love yourself and not expect a lot of positive reinforcement in the outside world.

    Replies: @larry lurker

  120. @AndrewR
    @Lot

    I figured it was obvious that all self respecting white people left the Democrat party years ago and that only extreme racial masochists remain. Apparently not.

    Anyway, there are sound reasons to criticize our present drivers licensing and auto registration scheme and especially auto insurance requirements. Both are rackets, for the state and for the insurance industry respectively. At the very least they are massively regressive systems in which those who drive few miles subsidize those who drive much more. Insurance and registration costs should directly correspond to the number of miles driven but for reasons not entirely clear to me this is not done.

    Replies: @another fred, @Lot, @EriK

    Not all miles driven are equally risky. In NY and MA the number of miles driven does impact your insurance cost. It’s one factor, a small one at that.

    • Replies: @AndrewR
    @EriK

    Obviously not but under no insurance policy I know of is there any incentive to drive less, avoid driving during rush hour, avoid driving at night, avoid driving during inclement weather, avoid driving on dangerous roads etc etc.

    Replies: @ben tillman

  121. @Inquiring Mind
    @Truth

    About the Dancing Deputies in Orlando:

    Look people, the whole economy of Orlando is about tourism and entertainment and the hospitality industry. They have to, they must, put this tragedy behind them and encourage visitors to continue to come to Orlando to do all the things that keeps that place going.

    My fave in the video is the crime-lab technician using the chemical safety shower to give a shout out to Jerry Bruckheimer's Flashdance -- a paean to the bucket shower in the "He's a Dream" musical number.

    Replies: @Inquiring Mind, @Truth

    Every time I think the “Powers That Be” have pulled the curtain back just as far as it can got, to let you see the set builders and the costume designers at work, you guys just assume it’s another act in the play.

    I’m flabbergasted, I just don’t know what to say anymore.

    Well, except that we’re totally fucked.

    • Replies: @Brutusale
    @Truth

    What's this "we" shit, black man?

    Replies: @Truth

  122. @Svigor
    Crops rotting in the fields!

    As Japan's population shrinks, bears and boars roam where schools and shrines once thrived

    http://www.google.com/search?q=Julie+Makinen&btnG=Search&as_st=y&hl=en&tbm=isch

    Replies: @Chrisnonymous, @Cwhatfuture, @AnotherDad, @Hippopotamusdrome

    The total population was lower in the past. Rural areas that don’t have enough parishioners for their temples are suffering from migration to urban centers and secularization, not declining birthrates.

    Anyhow, importing Muslims or Malays to increase the tax base isn’t going help traditional cultural institutions.

    • Replies: @Jefferson
    @Chrisnonymous

    "Anyhow, importing Muslims or Malays to increase the tax base isn’t going help traditional cultural institutions."

    Tax base? The lazy welfare Muslims of European countries like England, France, Germany, Sweden, etc aren't much of a tax base, they are a tax burden.

    Even pro-open borders Liberals do not say Muslims are hard workers. They will say it about Latinos, but not Muslims. Muslims do not make for good domestic help. Muslims are not docile enough for that.

    Replies: @Jim Don Bob

  123. Leftist conservative [AKA "marketable shills (dork enlightenment)"] says: • Website
    @anon
    By only reporting black victims the media is making it look like it's 100% black victims instead of 26% black victims.

    The media are deliberately inciting a race war.

    The only question is why.

    Replies: @Leftist conservative

    By only reporting black victims the media is making it look like it’s 100% black victims instead of 26% black victims.

    The media are deliberately inciting a race war.

    The only question is why.

    the media pays its bills using advertising purchases by big corporations. The more profits that these corporations make, the more money they can spend on media advertising.

    Occam’s Razor would tell us this media race-baiting is somehow increasing corporate profits. The media is winding up blacks, telling them that whitey is persecuting them. Somehow that media strategy is increasing corporate profits.

    • Replies: @ben tillman
    @Leftist conservative


    the media pays its bills using advertising purchases by big corporations. The more profits that these corporations make, the more money they can spend on media advertising.

    Occam’s Razor would tell us this media race-baiting is somehow increasing corporate profits. The media is winding up blacks, telling them that whitey is persecuting them. Somehow that media strategy is increasing corporate profits.
     
    No, ownership of the mass media has never been about profits. It's always been about power.

    Replies: @Lurker

  124. @2 Minute Alpha
    @larry lurker

    "How many of the most enthusiastic members of the Black Lives Matter movement are just trying to get laid?"

    According to Earl Butz; all of them.

    Replies: @Former Darfur, @AnotherDad

    We could use a man like Earl Butz again.

  125. @Jefferson
    @Lot

    I have heard several rap songs where Black rappers brag about driving without a driver's license or car insurance. It's a Black thing, so you wouldn't understand Cracka.

    Driver's licenses and car insurance weren't invented in Africa. It's a creation of the racist White male patriarchy.

    Replies: @Former Darfur, @Trumpenproleteriat

    Every small town has several old Whites who drive without a license and/or insurance, but usually they are smart about it.

  126. @Elf Himself
    @Lot

    "He was pulled over 3 to 4 times per year for the past 13 years, again and again, for driving without a driver’s license, driving without car insurance, and not having a muffler."

    "As an example, in exurban San Diego County, nearly all police stops for driving without insurance…"

    Nobody has yet pointed out that these remarks don't make sense - you can't be pulled over for not having insurance, only cited for that after being pulled over for something else. An officer has no way of knowing a driver doesn't have insurance, or doesn't have a license, just from watching him drive.

    If you are pulled over, and then cited only for not having insurance, or not having a license, the cop is tacitly acknowledging that he had no legitimate reason to pull you over in the first place. In Mr. Castile's case, assuming this actually happened to him, that would be strong evidence that he was repeatedly pulled over for DWB.

    Replies: @SPMoore8, @Anon, @The most deplorable one, @AnotherDad

    In Mr. Castile’s case, assuming this actually happened to him, that would be strong evidence that he was repeatedly pulled over for DWB.

    This wouldn’t surprise me in the least, especially since St. Anthony’s probably has a longstanding BOLO for some crime or other that featured a black person, or person of color, of person of wide-nose.

  127. @Bryant Gummel
    Tennessee, the South, and the US, still has a long way to go in creating a colorblind society. Until we are able to create a colorblind society such incidents will occur.

    Replies: @Louis Renault, @AlphaSupremo

    Tennessee? Do you think Dallas is in Tennessee?

  128. @Elf Himself
    @Lot

    "He was pulled over 3 to 4 times per year for the past 13 years, again and again, for driving without a driver’s license, driving without car insurance, and not having a muffler."

    "As an example, in exurban San Diego County, nearly all police stops for driving without insurance…"

    Nobody has yet pointed out that these remarks don't make sense - you can't be pulled over for not having insurance, only cited for that after being pulled over for something else. An officer has no way of knowing a driver doesn't have insurance, or doesn't have a license, just from watching him drive.

    If you are pulled over, and then cited only for not having insurance, or not having a license, the cop is tacitly acknowledging that he had no legitimate reason to pull you over in the first place. In Mr. Castile's case, assuming this actually happened to him, that would be strong evidence that he was repeatedly pulled over for DWB.

    Replies: @SPMoore8, @Anon, @The most deplorable one, @AnotherDad

    Or maybe every cop in St Anthony, MN, population 8,500, was well acquainted with Philando and his lack of interest in the law?

  129. @EriK
    @AndrewR

    Not all miles driven are equally risky. In NY and MA the number of miles driven does impact your insurance cost. It's one factor, a small one at that.

    Replies: @AndrewR

    Obviously not but under no insurance policy I know of is there any incentive to drive less, avoid driving during rush hour, avoid driving at night, avoid driving during inclement weather, avoid driving on dangerous roads etc etc.

    • Replies: @ben tillman
    @AndrewR


    Obviously not but under no insurance policy I know of is there any incentive to drive less, avoid driving during rush hour, avoid driving at night, avoid driving during inclement weather, avoid driving on dangerous roads etc etc.
     
    Except that if you don't avoid those things, you'll be more likely to have a claim against your policy, and if you have claims against your policy, your rates will go up.

    And that's a pretty good incentive.

    Replies: @AndrewR

  130. @larry lurker
    @Dave Pinsen

    Love Milo. His statements about male homosexuality being a choice* are a little beyond the pale for me, but he's immensely entertaining.

    * If he made a distinction between being openly/actively(/passively?) gay and simply being gay I'd have no problem with it, but he doesn't. Confused gay teens don't need to hear that shit, trolling or not.

    Replies: @SPMoore8

    If Milo says male homosexuality is a choice, he’s probably responding to the PC shibboleth that all sexuality is determined genetically at birth. Frankly, I don’t believe it, because I’ve known too many people who have been on both sides of the street and I don’t think they were “born” bisexual.

    You know what I think the bigger problem is? The fact that we have created a culture where everyone has to declare their sexuality by the time they are 12 years old, that treats anyone who isn’t sexually active by the time they are 15 as some kind of weirdo, and that simply cannot shut up or practice a little modesty about sexual matters.

    Confused gay teens need to know that sexuality is variable, and as long as no one is hurt in the process, entirely their own business. They also need to know that linking emotional attachment and sexuality is something very powerful, and that they are living in a culture that treats that phenomenon in an extremely superficial fashion, such that people are always going to be judging you or even mocking you for your attractions, your dates, your activity, or lack of same. Finally, that people love to mock the outsider, so you better learn to love yourself and not expect a lot of positive reinforcement in the outside world.

    • Replies: @larry lurker
    @SPMoore8


    If Milo says male homosexuality is a choice, he’s probably responding to the PC shibboleth that all sexuality is determined genetically at birth. Frankly, I don’t believe it, because I’ve known too many people who have been on both sides of the street and I don’t think they were “born” bisexual.
     
    I'm also skeptical about the existence of innate (male) bisexuality. I'm not sure I've ever met a guy whom I would describe as being anywhere near 50/50 bisexual. 80/20, maybe, but even that's pretty rare, and they tend to pick a side by their thirties, regardless of whether or not they settle down.

    (I have to note that the 80/20 crowd is almost always 80% straight, 20% gay in my experience. Might have something to do with the fact that it's a whole easier to hook up with guys than girls, but I don't know.)

    So yeah, maybe male bisexuality doesn't exist genetically/biologically. But male homosexuality? Come on, surely you've met guys- a lot of guys- who are just... gay. They might end up marrying a woman, they might go to their grave without ever "crossing the street" as you put it, but... you can't think of them as anything but gay guys. That's just who and what they are. (Milo Yiannopolous springs to mind...)

    We studied this a couple of times at college. In the dorms and at parties, I mean- trying to see if a hot chick could get a gay guy aroused through- I won't go into detail, but yeah. Let's just say our findings strongly suggested the existence of an innate, immutable male homosexuality.

    I agree with everything else you wrote though- should be required reading for all teens, sexually confused or otherwise.

    Replies: @SPMoore8

  131. @candid_observer
    One thing Trump should do is replay, with relevant revision, a classic line of Reagan's. Reagan asked, in his campaign against Carter, "Are you better or worse off than before?"

    Trump should ask the question: "We hear Hillary and the Democrats talk about improving race relations. But after 8 years of a Democratic President, are race relations better or worse off than before? Hillary has gone on record promising the same policies and approach. Do you think that after four more years of the same, race relations will be better or worse off?"

    Replies: @Anonymous, @SteveO

    One thing Trump should do is replay, with relevant revision, a classic line of Reagan’s. Reagan asked, in his campaign against Carter, “Are you better or worse off than before?”

    That’s a good retread, but I have a better one.

    Trump should re-use the brilliantly brief and very effective Republican slogan from the 1946 midterm elections:

    “Had enough?”

    The public at the time was angry about postwar inflation and continued shortages of consumer goods despite 15 months of peace. (Impatient lot, we Americans!) The Republicans gained 55 House seats and 12 Senate seats, taking back both houses of Congress, which had been in Democratic hands since FDR. And that was in the days before television …

    … imagine the possibilities for the Trump campaign today. There would be no need to say anything at all. Just show clips of [outrageous, infuriating or frightening relevant events] followed by the stark words on screen:

    Had enough?
    [pause]
    Vote Trump

    I think it would work as well in 2016 as it did 70 years ago.

  132. @Svigor
    Crops rotting in the fields!

    As Japan's population shrinks, bears and boars roam where schools and shrines once thrived

    http://www.google.com/search?q=Julie+Makinen&btnG=Search&as_st=y&hl=en&tbm=isch

    Replies: @Chrisnonymous, @Cwhatfuture, @AnotherDad, @Hippopotamusdrome

    Yes. The pressure is on for Japan to destroy itself. But notice the Yen is strengthening after Brexit? The Yen is a safe currency. I wonder why it is, what with all those bears and boars.

    Japan will clone Sumo wrestlers before they take any Indonesians or Pakistanis as citizens. They will ask their elderly to commit sepuku so as not to be a burden. They will do what it takes. And everyone knows it.

    • Replies: @anon
    @Cwhatfuture

    That's true for now - the bad guys will have to infiltrate Japan and weaken it from the inside for a long time before it cracks but it's still only a matter of time unless the Japanese seal off their financial, media and education sectors (like the Byzantines did) so they can't be corrupted.

    Byzantium would be a worthwhile model for East Asians to study.

  133. The most deplorable one [AKA "Fourth doorman of the apocalypse"] says:
    @Elf Himself
    @Lot

    "He was pulled over 3 to 4 times per year for the past 13 years, again and again, for driving without a driver’s license, driving without car insurance, and not having a muffler."

    "As an example, in exurban San Diego County, nearly all police stops for driving without insurance…"

    Nobody has yet pointed out that these remarks don't make sense - you can't be pulled over for not having insurance, only cited for that after being pulled over for something else. An officer has no way of knowing a driver doesn't have insurance, or doesn't have a license, just from watching him drive.

    If you are pulled over, and then cited only for not having insurance, or not having a license, the cop is tacitly acknowledging that he had no legitimate reason to pull you over in the first place. In Mr. Castile's case, assuming this actually happened to him, that would be strong evidence that he was repeatedly pulled over for DWB.

    Replies: @SPMoore8, @Anon, @The most deplorable one, @AnotherDad

    Nobody has yet pointed out that these remarks don’t make sense – you can’t be pulled over for not having insurance, only cited for that after being pulled over for something else. An officer has no way of knowing a driver doesn’t have insurance, or doesn’t have a license, just from watching him drive.

    If blacks are statistically more likely to drive without a license and without insurance then that seems to me to be a valid reason to pull them over.

    Secondly, you seem unaware that cops actually have discretion about what they write you up for. If the fine for not having a license or insurance is higher and the nice lily-white people in his jurisdiction are sick of accidents with uninsured drivers, that might be the thing that cops in that jurisdiction focus on.

    Also, your interlocutor did point out that he was also pulled over for driving without a muffler.

    Finally, maybe Philando was so well known to all the cops …

    • Replies: @The most deplorable one
    @The most deplorable one

    I refer you to the following image of Philanodo's record of contact with the judicial system:

    https://heavyeditorial.files.wordpress.com/2016/07/philandocrim11.jpg?quality=65&strip=all&w=780&strip=all

    A careful look shows multiple offenses listed against each incident.

    See also:

    http://heavy.com/news/2016/07/philando-castile-criminal-record-arrest-record-police-racial-profiling-criminal-history-rap-sheet-felon-crime-falcon-heights-minnesota-police-shooting-facebook-live-video-watch-lavish-reynolds-diamond/

    The second list includes a number of citations for Driving after revocation, only a few of which are accompanied by another item. In this case, however, he may have become well enough known to cops around the area that merely seeing him driving a car was probable cause to pull him over if the cop had personal knowledge that Castile's DL had been revoked.

    Seems the Elf Himself was speaking out of his ass.

    , @ben tillman
    @The most deplorable one


    If blacks are statistically more likely to drive without a license and without insurance then that seems to me to be a valid reason to pull them over.

    Secondly, you seem unaware that cops actually have discretion about what they write you up for.
     

    The person who started this discussion (Lot) said Castile was pulled over for driving without a license or insurance, not that he was ticketed for these things:

    He was pulled over 3 to 4 times per year for the past 13 years, again and again, for driving without a driver’s license, driving without car insurance, and not having a muffler.

    Replies: @The most deplorable one, @Dave Pinsen

  134. @Chrisnonymous
    @Svigor

    The total population was lower in the past. Rural areas that don't have enough parishioners for their temples are suffering from migration to urban centers and secularization, not declining birthrates.

    Anyhow, importing Muslims or Malays to increase the tax base isn't going help traditional cultural institutions.

    Replies: @Jefferson

    “Anyhow, importing Muslims or Malays to increase the tax base isn’t going help traditional cultural institutions.”

    Tax base? The lazy welfare Muslims of European countries like England, France, Germany, Sweden, etc aren’t much of a tax base, they are a tax burden.

    Even pro-open borders Liberals do not say Muslims are hard workers. They will say it about Latinos, but not Muslims. Muslims do not make for good domestic help. Muslims are not docile enough for that.

    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob
    @Jefferson

    What are Muslims good for? This is not a rhetorical question.

  135. @Jeremiahjohnbalaya
    @AndrewR

    Please post a sample for those of us without a Facebook account.

    Replies: @Lot, @AndrewR, @Olorin

    • Replies: @The most deplorable one
    @Olorin

    The problem with GotNews is that they seem to be erroneously referring the the Minnesota Carry Permit as a CCL or CCW, but it seems not to require concealed carry.

    That is, it seems to be an open carry permit.

    Replies: @Olorin

  136. anon • Disclaimer says:
    @Cwhatfuture
    @Svigor

    Yes. The pressure is on for Japan to destroy itself. But notice the Yen is strengthening after Brexit? The Yen is a safe currency. I wonder why it is, what with all those bears and boars.

    Japan will clone Sumo wrestlers before they take any Indonesians or Pakistanis as citizens. They will ask their elderly to commit sepuku so as not to be a burden. They will do what it takes. And everyone knows it.

    Replies: @anon

    That’s true for now – the bad guys will have to infiltrate Japan and weaken it from the inside for a long time before it cracks but it’s still only a matter of time unless the Japanese seal off their financial, media and education sectors (like the Byzantines did) so they can’t be corrupted.

    Byzantium would be a worthwhile model for East Asians to study.

  137. @Truth
    @Lot

    The short answer to your question, Steve-O, is "none."

    Hey, anyway, hopefully the Minneapolis police know how to celebrate their "victory" with the same panache as do the Orlandians: Although with the whole "Scandanavian Cool" thing going on, I doubt it."

    In any event, here is an official video release from the Orlando Police Department 2 weeks after the "Most deadliest, single-shooter terrorist incident in the history of the U.S." I want to warn you now, the tone is somewhat somber and depressing, most depressing is the choice of music, and it's lyrics that they selected to go with a gay, nightclub shooting."

    Again, this is an official video, two weeks after the incident, as confirmed by the youtube channel, not a hoax.

    Oh and yes you should feel just as stupid and sheeplike as you do right now...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u-CdO4jMOYI

    Replies: @Anonymous, @al gore rhythms, @Inquiring Mind, @Kylie, @Gato de la Biblioteca, @Brutusale

    A couple of minor points….

    First, I’ve never heard of people from Orlando being called “Orlandians”.

    Second, the Orange County Sheriff’s Office is not the same entity as the Orlando Police Department.

    • Replies: @Truth
    @Gato de la Biblioteca

    I think "minor" is the operative word."

  138. The most deplorable one [AKA "The fourth doorman of the apocalypse"] says:
    @Olorin
    @Jeremiahjohnbalaya

    http://gotnews.com/breaking-philandocastile-falconheightsshooting-crips-gangmember/

    Replies: @The most deplorable one

    The problem with GotNews is that they seem to be erroneously referring the the Minnesota Carry Permit as a CCL or CCW, but it seems not to require concealed carry.

    That is, it seems to be an open carry permit.

    • Replies: @Olorin
    @The most deplorable one

    YES. My understanding:

    https://dps.mn.gov/divisions/bca/bca-divisions/administrative/pages/permit-to-carry-faq.aspx

    You are right, MN requires a state permit/license for open carry as well as concealed. They also do not have stand your ground, instead a victim has a "duty to retreat." Not sure how much physical abuse a person is supposed to endure before the state recognizes their right to survive.

    I always laugh bitterly that all this gun control in MN is conducted by the "Bureau for Criminal Apprehension."

    Mostly what they do is create civil service careers surveilling and hoop-jumping and taxing the law-abiding Germanics and Scands...and doing what they can to turn these law-abiding residents into accidental lawbreakers and crime victims.

    When they hit a professional or genetic criminal, like our boy Castile, they seem to be rather confused.

    OTOH, they got him out of the gene pool in a Norse way (outlaw status based on a long history of criminal and violating behaviors). But let an "Asian" do the dirty work. You sneaky Gophers!

  139. The most deplorable one [AKA "Fourth doorman of the apocalypse"] says:
    @The most deplorable one
    @Elf Himself


    Nobody has yet pointed out that these remarks don’t make sense – you can’t be pulled over for not having insurance, only cited for that after being pulled over for something else. An officer has no way of knowing a driver doesn’t have insurance, or doesn’t have a license, just from watching him drive.
     
    If blacks are statistically more likely to drive without a license and without insurance then that seems to me to be a valid reason to pull them over.

    Secondly, you seem unaware that cops actually have discretion about what they write you up for. If the fine for not having a license or insurance is higher and the nice lily-white people in his jurisdiction are sick of accidents with uninsured drivers, that might be the thing that cops in that jurisdiction focus on.

    Also, your interlocutor did point out that he was also pulled over for driving without a muffler.

    Finally, maybe Philando was so well known to all the cops ...

    Replies: @The most deplorable one, @ben tillman

    I refer you to the following image of Philanodo’s record of contact with the judicial system:

    A careful look shows multiple offenses listed against each incident.

    See also:

    http://heavy.com/news/2016/07/philando-castile-criminal-record-arrest-record-police-racial-profiling-criminal-history-rap-sheet-felon-crime-falcon-heights-minnesota-police-shooting-facebook-live-video-watch-lavish-reynolds-diamond/

    The second list includes a number of citations for Driving after revocation, only a few of which are accompanied by another item. In this case, however, he may have become well enough known to cops around the area that merely seeing him driving a car was probable cause to pull him over if the cop had personal knowledge that Castile’s DL had been revoked.

    Seems the Elf Himself was speaking out of his ass.

  140. @Jefferson
    Just like Starbucks, Uber should stay the hell out of politics.
    http://www.theverge.com/2016/7/9/12135346/uber-app-gun-violence-pause

    Way too many Social Justice Warriors running Fortune 500 companies. So much for the Left Wing myth that Fortune 500 companies are run by evil racist sexist White Republican men who all behave like Don Draper.

    Replies: @AnotherDad, @AndrewR

    Just like Starbucks, Uber should stay the hell out of politics.

    Awesome if someone talented could hack Uber so their customer could have a minute pause to “reflect on black violence”.

  141. @al gore rhythms
    @Truth

    I suppose this ought to feel like an affront to those who died in Orlando, but because gay culture often seems to revel in the trivial and the trashy it can't help but feel like this response is not all that inappropriate.

    In any case a culture that promotes the idea of equality and equivalence between heterosexual and homosexual relationships is fundamentally unserious, so even if gays are offended they should probably just accept that the kind of country that will legalise gay marriage is also the kind of country that will respond to massacres with Whitney Houston tunes. Overall it's still a pretty big win for them.

    Replies: @AnotherDad

    In any case a culture that promotes the idea of equality and equivalence between heterosexual and homosexual relationships is fundamentally unserious …

    So obvious … and yet we now majority of college educated white people who believe–or at least pay lip service to the opposite in order to not be “mean”.

    Is it any wonder the wheels are coming off Western Civ?

  142. @Truth
    @Lot

    The short answer to your question, Steve-O, is "none."

    Hey, anyway, hopefully the Minneapolis police know how to celebrate their "victory" with the same panache as do the Orlandians: Although with the whole "Scandanavian Cool" thing going on, I doubt it."

    In any event, here is an official video release from the Orlando Police Department 2 weeks after the "Most deadliest, single-shooter terrorist incident in the history of the U.S." I want to warn you now, the tone is somewhat somber and depressing, most depressing is the choice of music, and it's lyrics that they selected to go with a gay, nightclub shooting."

    Again, this is an official video, two weeks after the incident, as confirmed by the youtube channel, not a hoax.

    Oh and yes you should feel just as stupid and sheeplike as you do right now...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u-CdO4jMOYI

    Replies: @Anonymous, @al gore rhythms, @Inquiring Mind, @Kylie, @Gato de la Biblioteca, @Brutusale

    Boy, those darkies can dance! Dey gut riddim!

    • Replies: @Truth
    @Brutusale

    There are some things in America that are quintessentially "White Dude".

    1-GWAR
    2- Paris Hilton's attractiveness
    3-Ray Ban Wayfarers
    4-Chrissy over Janet
    5-40 year old cars with Mopar engines
    6-Ice Fishing
    7-Entering the dangerous animal's cage at the zoo to "make friends"
    8-Sharing your wife with another dude...and choosing the dude
    9-Live action or tabletop war recreation
    10-Bill Murray

    Replies: @Lurker, @Dew

  143. Oh , you made me cry .

  144. @Truth
    @Inquiring Mind

    Every time I think the "Powers That Be" have pulled the curtain back just as far as it can got, to let you see the set builders and the costume designers at work, you guys just assume it's another act in the play.

    I'm flabbergasted, I just don't know what to say anymore.

    Well, except that we're totally fucked.

    Replies: @Brutusale

    What’s this “we” shit, black man?

    • Agree: Kylie
    • Replies: @Truth
    @Brutusale

    Oh I'm sorry, I forgot you had a FEMA soldier bullet-proof ass.

    Replies: @Brutusale

  145. @Elf Himself
    @Lot

    "He was pulled over 3 to 4 times per year for the past 13 years, again and again, for driving without a driver’s license, driving without car insurance, and not having a muffler."

    "As an example, in exurban San Diego County, nearly all police stops for driving without insurance…"

    Nobody has yet pointed out that these remarks don't make sense - you can't be pulled over for not having insurance, only cited for that after being pulled over for something else. An officer has no way of knowing a driver doesn't have insurance, or doesn't have a license, just from watching him drive.

    If you are pulled over, and then cited only for not having insurance, or not having a license, the cop is tacitly acknowledging that he had no legitimate reason to pull you over in the first place. In Mr. Castile's case, assuming this actually happened to him, that would be strong evidence that he was repeatedly pulled over for DWB.

    Replies: @SPMoore8, @Anon, @The most deplorable one, @AnotherDad

    If you are pulled over, and then cited only for not having insurance, or not having a license, the cop is tacitly acknowledging that he had no legitimate reason to pull you over in the first place. In Mr. Castile’s case, assuming this actually happened to him, that would be strong evidence that he was repeatedly pulled over for DWB.

    Doesn’t follow.

    The cop may have pulled him over for yapping on his cell phone, or being late through a light or going a bit too fast or weaving or some other knucklehead driving. But when license\registration\insurance are checked, cites him for the “hard” violation of being a knucklehead without insurance, that does not require the cop to show up and testify. Perfectly reasonable.

    I’ve been pulled over a few times–especially when i was younger–and not cited for anything at all. The cop sees that my paperwork is in order, runs my license, doesn’t come up with anything, then gives me a lecture about driving a bit slower. I didn’t seem like a *gross* violator of the rules, the cop just saw me as slightly “out of line” and–lacking anything more serious to respond to–pulled me over as part of maintaining public order. If i’d been a first class knucklehead and popped on the computer then i’d have been hauled off to jail. All per spec.

    • Replies: @The most deplorable one
    @AnotherDad

    Not only doesn't it follow, there is evidence that it was not the case. I have already posted links to Philando's interactions with the justice system.

    , @G Pinfold
    @AnotherDad

    Some states in Australia have electronic licence plate checks, such that if a patrol car is following or opposing an unregistered car, an alert will sound in the police car.
    There's always the old fashioned radio-in to 'run the plate'.

  146. @Lot
    @AndrewR


    Both are rackets, for the state and for the insurance industry respectively
     
    I disagree, and think the system works well for a population of law-abiding whites and asians. Do you have an alternative? People who lack any ability to pay the consequences of car crashes should be able to drive without insurance?

    At the very least they are massively regressive systems in which those who drive few miles subsidize those who drive much more.
     
    "Regressive" means poorer people pay a higher percentage of their income for something, usually taxes. Isn't that how it should be with auto insurance? Or do you think it should just be set at 5% of income or something, with poor NAMs getting car insurance for $1000 a year and upper-middle class whites paying $7000? I sure as heck don't.

    Making driving expensive and ruthlessly enforcing these rules in diverse areas is objectively pro-white/asian and is to be commended. It is also the right thing to do. We are right, BLM is wrong. If you drive without insurance, especially if you are caught a second time, you should spend a few days in county and have your vehicle taken away. Minnesota absolutely failed letting this guy keep his car after he thumbed his nose for years at the state's laws.

    Replies: @Jefferson, @AndrewR

    Sailer seemed to memory hole my comment, which admittedly was not much more tactful than your own abhorrent, elitist, racist, classist, dishonest comment. You may be the most racist Jew I’ve encountered, and that’s saying a lot.

  147. @2 Minute Alpha
    @larry lurker

    "How many of the most enthusiastic members of the Black Lives Matter movement are just trying to get laid?"

    According to Earl Butz; all of them.

    Replies: @Former Darfur, @AnotherDad

    According to Earl Butz; all of them.

    Man spoke more truth than you’d find in 100 sociology departments.

    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob
    @AnotherDad

    That was a great joke, even if Butz did get fired for it. Another thing that many do not know or remember is how the poofters pretty much destroyed Anita Bryant for speaking out against them back in the 70s. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anita_Bryant). This s**t has been going on for a long time.

  148. @Flip
    @fnn

    Lincoln should have let the South go.

    Replies: @Perspective, @AnotherDad

    Lincoln should have let the South go.

    In retrospect, i’ve come to that conclusion myself. (Of course, then i wouldn’t be here.)

    The South would have boomeranged back into the Union at some future date, when they had sorted out their issues–discarded slavery. (The South as an independent entity would have had to devolve into something approaching a police state to keep slavery viable. Many southerners would not have been happy about that.) Our political arrangements–handled more organically–would probably have evolved in a better, freer direction. And best of all we’d have the precedent of succession, which would darn well be nice to have now!

    • Replies: @The most deplorable one
    @AnotherDad

    Wouldn't have worked. The North needed the South as a captive supplier of raw materials to feed its industrial base and did not want industrial competition from the South.

    Replies: @AnotherDad

    , @Flip
    @AnotherDad

    Well, I think the South would have eventually given up slavery like Brazil did (1888) but then they'd be a 50/50 white/black country which would have been challenging. Maybe they would have petitioned to rejoin at some point.

  149. The most deplorable one [AKA "Fourth doorman of the apocalypse"] says:
    @AnotherDad
    @Flip


    Lincoln should have let the South go.
     
    In retrospect, i've come to that conclusion myself. (Of course, then i wouldn't be here.)

    The South would have boomeranged back into the Union at some future date, when they had sorted out their issues--discarded slavery. (The South as an independent entity would have had to devolve into something approaching a police state to keep slavery viable. Many southerners would not have been happy about that.) Our political arrangements--handled more organically--would probably have evolved in a better, freer direction. And best of all we'd have the precedent of succession, which would darn well be nice to have now!

    Replies: @The most deplorable one, @Flip

    Wouldn’t have worked. The North needed the South as a captive supplier of raw materials to feed its industrial base and did not want industrial competition from the South.

    • Replies: @AnotherDad
    @The most deplorable one


    Wouldn’t have worked. The North needed the South as a captive supplier of raw materials to feed its industrial base and did not want industrial competition from the South.
     
    This doesn't make much sense. The South was *not* a captive supplier of raw materials to the North. And industrial competition from the south was limited. Slavery and real industrial development really don't mix super well. They are wildly different ways of organizing labor.

    The argument you want to give is sort of the reverse: That the South was a captive *market* for Northern industrial goods. And that the North wanted to keep that and industrialize under a protective tariff. That's more true. However, even stripped of the South, the Union was a very large and rapidly growing market as it expanded West. Rapid industrialization would have continued apace. (Heck Canada with a far smaller population, worse climate and a direct colonial link had no problem industrializing also.)

    The United States even without the South was a great piece of real estate ripe for development with a high IQ, conscientious population (basic HBD). Development would have been rapid even without the South. It's the South that would have had issues managing a backwards slave economy while new industrial technologies came to the fore.

    Replies: @The most deplorable one

  150. The most deplorable one [AKA "Fourth doorman of the apocalypse"] says:
    @AnotherDad
    @Elf Himself


    If you are pulled over, and then cited only for not having insurance, or not having a license, the cop is tacitly acknowledging that he had no legitimate reason to pull you over in the first place. In Mr. Castile’s case, assuming this actually happened to him, that would be strong evidence that he was repeatedly pulled over for DWB.
     
    Doesn't follow.

    The cop may have pulled him over for yapping on his cell phone, or being late through a light or going a bit too fast or weaving or some other knucklehead driving. But when license\registration\insurance are checked, cites him for the "hard" violation of being a knucklehead without insurance, that does not require the cop to show up and testify. Perfectly reasonable.

    I've been pulled over a few times--especially when i was younger--and not cited for anything at all. The cop sees that my paperwork is in order, runs my license, doesn't come up with anything, then gives me a lecture about driving a bit slower. I didn't seem like a *gross* violator of the rules, the cop just saw me as slightly "out of line" and--lacking anything more serious to respond to--pulled me over as part of maintaining public order. If i'd been a first class knucklehead and popped on the computer then i'd have been hauled off to jail. All per spec.

    Replies: @The most deplorable one, @G Pinfold

    Not only doesn’t it follow, there is evidence that it was not the case. I have already posted links to Philando’s interactions with the justice system.

  151. @AndrewR
    Castile was a Crip or at least pro-crip. Just scroll down in his feed for thirty seconds to see the undeniable proof

    https://m.facebook.com/philando.castile?tsid=0.7167769782245159&source=typeahead

    Don't feel bad for him for one second. We are better off without him.

    Replies: @Jeremiahjohnbalaya, @AnotherDad

    Don’t feel bad for him for one second. We are better off without him.

    Don’t really dispute that. Though depending on your definition, we’d be better off without a pretty large percentage of Americans. The reality of several generations with vaccines, antibiotics, medical interventions and especially welfare and open immigration is that we have a lot of “deadwood” in the mix. Even rabbits need foxes (or coyotes, hawks, eagles) around to stay healthily “rabbitty”.

    However … it still looks like an appalling bad shoot. “Oh, he has a gun in the car somewhere … i better … uh … uh … shoot him.” Unless something wildly different than the narrative so far actually happened out there this cop is a nervous nelly bozo who had no business being a cop. Heck, i’m a fairly whimpy guy, and i’d be way better than this. Part of being a cop is in fact pulling over potential scumbags and there is some–small–risk associated with that. But you assume that risk with the job. You don’t get to blast away at them cause you’re frightened. (Anymore than a civilian does.)

  152. @The most deplorable one
    @AnotherDad

    Wouldn't have worked. The North needed the South as a captive supplier of raw materials to feed its industrial base and did not want industrial competition from the South.

    Replies: @AnotherDad

    Wouldn’t have worked. The North needed the South as a captive supplier of raw materials to feed its industrial base and did not want industrial competition from the South.

    This doesn’t make much sense. The South was *not* a captive supplier of raw materials to the North. And industrial competition from the south was limited. Slavery and real industrial development really don’t mix super well. They are wildly different ways of organizing labor.

    The argument you want to give is sort of the reverse: That the South was a captive *market* for Northern industrial goods. And that the North wanted to keep that and industrialize under a protective tariff. That’s more true. However, even stripped of the South, the Union was a very large and rapidly growing market as it expanded West. Rapid industrialization would have continued apace. (Heck Canada with a far smaller population, worse climate and a direct colonial link had no problem industrializing also.)

    The United States even without the South was a great piece of real estate ripe for development with a high IQ, conscientious population (basic HBD). Development would have been rapid even without the South. It’s the South that would have had issues managing a backwards slave economy while new industrial technologies came to the fore.

    • Replies: @The most deplorable one
    @AnotherDad

    It seems that many Southerners at the time disagree with you:

    http://www.etymonline.com/cw/economics.htm

  153. @Lot
    The best congressman in America is using "anti-white." Keep it up. Use this term that can go mainstream in conversation and online, but do not go any stronger.

    https://twitter.com/SteveKingIA/status/751490647799005184

    King has a great twitter feed. He's hitting trade, guns, and crime, and doing it well.

    I noticed he is also going to Egypt meeting Egyptian president Sisi, a wonderful anti-terrorism leader who would like to be an American proxy in the middle east, but keeps getting crapped on by Obama for suppressing the Muslim Brotherhood. If this is King giving himself some foreign policy cred before running as VP, that is great. Not my first choice, but he'd still be great. And make Trump JFK/impeachment proof.

    Replies: @ben tillman

    King has a great twitter feed. He’s hitting trade, guns, and crime, and doing it well.

    You’re right. Not the best VP possibility, perhaps, but I’m not sure whom I’d prefer. I keep thinking Kay Bailey Hutchison because she’s a woman, and she’s polished (Pi Beta Phi), but she’s too old, and her name recognition is poor.

    • Replies: @Lot
    @ben tillman

    Kay Bailey Hutchinson is officially pro-choice. I like her, plenty of gravitas, but she probably has additional issues that would divide the party. The best thing about her is that she'd probably pull in a lot of Texas money.

  154. The most deplorable one [AKA "Fourth doorman of the apocalypse"] says:
    @AnotherDad
    @The most deplorable one


    Wouldn’t have worked. The North needed the South as a captive supplier of raw materials to feed its industrial base and did not want industrial competition from the South.
     
    This doesn't make much sense. The South was *not* a captive supplier of raw materials to the North. And industrial competition from the south was limited. Slavery and real industrial development really don't mix super well. They are wildly different ways of organizing labor.

    The argument you want to give is sort of the reverse: That the South was a captive *market* for Northern industrial goods. And that the North wanted to keep that and industrialize under a protective tariff. That's more true. However, even stripped of the South, the Union was a very large and rapidly growing market as it expanded West. Rapid industrialization would have continued apace. (Heck Canada with a far smaller population, worse climate and a direct colonial link had no problem industrializing also.)

    The United States even without the South was a great piece of real estate ripe for development with a high IQ, conscientious population (basic HBD). Development would have been rapid even without the South. It's the South that would have had issues managing a backwards slave economy while new industrial technologies came to the fore.

    Replies: @The most deplorable one

    It seems that many Southerners at the time disagree with you:

    http://www.etymonline.com/cw/economics.htm

  155. Good of you to include the GoFundMe info for Jennifer Rooney’s children. It prompted this reader to donate (quickly, before there was time to reconsider).

  156. @Leftist conservative
    @anon


    By only reporting black victims the media is making it look like it’s 100% black victims instead of 26% black victims.

    The media are deliberately inciting a race war.

    The only question is why.
     
    the media pays its bills using advertising purchases by big corporations. The more profits that these corporations make, the more money they can spend on media advertising.

    Occam's Razor would tell us this media race-baiting is somehow increasing corporate profits. The media is winding up blacks, telling them that whitey is persecuting them. Somehow that media strategy is increasing corporate profits.

    Replies: @ben tillman

    the media pays its bills using advertising purchases by big corporations. The more profits that these corporations make, the more money they can spend on media advertising.

    Occam’s Razor would tell us this media race-baiting is somehow increasing corporate profits. The media is winding up blacks, telling them that whitey is persecuting them. Somehow that media strategy is increasing corporate profits.

    No, ownership of the mass media has never been about profits. It’s always been about power.

    • Replies: @Lurker
    @ben tillman

    Exactly!

    No one ever bought a newspaper just to make money, though obviously its a nice bonus.

    Though I wonder why Rupert Murdoch has put sites like The Times (UK) behind a paywall? No one ever links to it or quotes online because one cannot assume anyone reading has a subscription. It may as well not exist, which is a sorry state of affairs for a propaganda outlet.

    Alexa puts The Times at 6,442 globally and at 279 in the UK.

    Whereas the roughly comparable British broadsheet Daily Telegraph is playing with the big boys at 327 globally and 28 in the UK.

    (The DT used to rank a lot higher but its lost ground since last year, hastened I believe by it's cessation of Disqus comments in March)

  157. @AnotherDad
    @Elf Himself


    If you are pulled over, and then cited only for not having insurance, or not having a license, the cop is tacitly acknowledging that he had no legitimate reason to pull you over in the first place. In Mr. Castile’s case, assuming this actually happened to him, that would be strong evidence that he was repeatedly pulled over for DWB.
     
    Doesn't follow.

    The cop may have pulled him over for yapping on his cell phone, or being late through a light or going a bit too fast or weaving or some other knucklehead driving. But when license\registration\insurance are checked, cites him for the "hard" violation of being a knucklehead without insurance, that does not require the cop to show up and testify. Perfectly reasonable.

    I've been pulled over a few times--especially when i was younger--and not cited for anything at all. The cop sees that my paperwork is in order, runs my license, doesn't come up with anything, then gives me a lecture about driving a bit slower. I didn't seem like a *gross* violator of the rules, the cop just saw me as slightly "out of line" and--lacking anything more serious to respond to--pulled me over as part of maintaining public order. If i'd been a first class knucklehead and popped on the computer then i'd have been hauled off to jail. All per spec.

    Replies: @The most deplorable one, @G Pinfold

    Some states in Australia have electronic licence plate checks, such that if a patrol car is following or opposing an unregistered car, an alert will sound in the police car.
    There’s always the old fashioned radio-in to ‘run the plate’.

  158. @AndrewR
    @EriK

    Obviously not but under no insurance policy I know of is there any incentive to drive less, avoid driving during rush hour, avoid driving at night, avoid driving during inclement weather, avoid driving on dangerous roads etc etc.

    Replies: @ben tillman

    Obviously not but under no insurance policy I know of is there any incentive to drive less, avoid driving during rush hour, avoid driving at night, avoid driving during inclement weather, avoid driving on dangerous roads etc etc.

    Except that if you don’t avoid those things, you’ll be more likely to have a claim against your policy, and if you have claims against your policy, your rates will go up.

    And that’s a pretty good incentive.

    • Replies: @AndrewR
    @ben tillman

    So are you OK with discounts/surcharges based on sex, marital status, age, race, formal educational achievement, etc?

    Because if the greedy insurance company is going to charge me more than my twin sister with an identical driving record then they should charge me less because I drive less than she does.

  159. @oh its just me too
    @Anon

    I saw a BLM rally at a park today in Brooklyn - 80% white liberals.
    There are no stupider people on earth.

    Replies: @Jefferson, @AndrewR

    It truly is a fascinating phenomenon. It’s a pathological excess of the same genes that allowed our society to flourish.

    Aversion to nepotism and clannishness is necessary for a truly prosperous society, and this aversion naturally leads to an aversion to preferring one’s own race. And an extreme aversion to preferring one’s own race can tragically lead to an aversion of one’s own race.

  160. @Jefferson
    Just like Starbucks, Uber should stay the hell out of politics.
    http://www.theverge.com/2016/7/9/12135346/uber-app-gun-violence-pause

    Way too many Social Justice Warriors running Fortune 500 companies. So much for the Left Wing myth that Fortune 500 companies are run by evil racist sexist White Republican men who all behave like Don Draper.

    Replies: @AnotherDad, @AndrewR

    The SJWs have an impressive knack for invading every nook and cranny of society. We could learn a great deal from them tactically.

    • Replies: @Kylie
    @AndrewR

    "The SJWs have an impressive knack for invading every nook and cranny of society. We could learn a great deal from them tactically."

    Because they base all their appeals on emotions not facts. It's a lot easier to get people to feel something than it is to get them to understand something.

    Plus women.

    Basically a feminized movement--full of women who, thanks to the technological advances made by white men, have too much time and energy to expend on vanity projects, to the detriment of society.

    No less dangerous for being essentially frivolous.

    Replies: @AndrewR

  161. @The most deplorable one
    @Elf Himself


    Nobody has yet pointed out that these remarks don’t make sense – you can’t be pulled over for not having insurance, only cited for that after being pulled over for something else. An officer has no way of knowing a driver doesn’t have insurance, or doesn’t have a license, just from watching him drive.
     
    If blacks are statistically more likely to drive without a license and without insurance then that seems to me to be a valid reason to pull them over.

    Secondly, you seem unaware that cops actually have discretion about what they write you up for. If the fine for not having a license or insurance is higher and the nice lily-white people in his jurisdiction are sick of accidents with uninsured drivers, that might be the thing that cops in that jurisdiction focus on.

    Also, your interlocutor did point out that he was also pulled over for driving without a muffler.

    Finally, maybe Philando was so well known to all the cops ...

    Replies: @The most deplorable one, @ben tillman

    If blacks are statistically more likely to drive without a license and without insurance then that seems to me to be a valid reason to pull them over.

    Secondly, you seem unaware that cops actually have discretion about what they write you up for.

    The person who started this discussion (Lot) said Castile was pulled over for driving without a license or insurance, not that he was ticketed for these things:

    He was pulled over 3 to 4 times per year for the past 13 years, again and again, for driving without a driver’s license, driving without car insurance, and not having a muffler.

    • Replies: @The most deplorable one
    @ben tillman

    Sure, but now that we can see some of that info, it seems that in the earlier cases any citations for driving without a license were accompanied by some other charge, like speeding, not wearing a seat belt, etc.

    More recently there does seem to be quite a few cases where he was cited simply for driving with a revoked license. I guess the police knew his license had been revoked. Probable cause.

    , @Dave Pinsen
    @ben tillman

    I don't think cops can tell if you don't have a current license or insurance from looking at your car, but they can tell if your registration or inspection isn't current.

    Registration check requires running plates, but there's a town nearby that has a trap where they do that (a 270 degree turn off a highway that backs up to a stop sign). I got snagged once years ago, and then a month or two ago, my girlfriend did. She went on a trip the next week and forgot to pay the ticket. A month later, she got a notice from the town's court that a warrant had been issued for her arrest.

  162. @ben tillman
    @Leftist conservative


    the media pays its bills using advertising purchases by big corporations. The more profits that these corporations make, the more money they can spend on media advertising.

    Occam’s Razor would tell us this media race-baiting is somehow increasing corporate profits. The media is winding up blacks, telling them that whitey is persecuting them. Somehow that media strategy is increasing corporate profits.
     
    No, ownership of the mass media has never been about profits. It's always been about power.

    Replies: @Lurker

    Exactly!

    No one ever bought a newspaper just to make money, though obviously its a nice bonus.

    Though I wonder why Rupert Murdoch has put sites like The Times (UK) behind a paywall? No one ever links to it or quotes online because one cannot assume anyone reading has a subscription. It may as well not exist, which is a sorry state of affairs for a propaganda outlet.

    Alexa puts The Times at 6,442 globally and at 279 in the UK.

    Whereas the roughly comparable British broadsheet Daily Telegraph is playing with the big boys at 327 globally and 28 in the UK.

    (The DT used to rank a lot higher but its lost ground since last year, hastened I believe by it’s cessation of Disqus comments in March)

  163. @ben tillman
    @Lot

    King has a great twitter feed. He’s hitting trade, guns, and crime, and doing it well.

    You're right. Not the best VP possibility, perhaps, but I'm not sure whom I'd prefer. I keep thinking Kay Bailey Hutchison because she's a woman, and she's polished (Pi Beta Phi), but she's too old, and her name recognition is poor.

    Replies: @Lot

    Kay Bailey Hutchinson is officially pro-choice. I like her, plenty of gravitas, but she probably has additional issues that would divide the party. The best thing about her is that she’d probably pull in a lot of Texas money.

  164. @AndrewR
    @Jefferson

    The SJWs have an impressive knack for invading every nook and cranny of society. We could learn a great deal from them tactically.

    Replies: @Kylie

    “The SJWs have an impressive knack for invading every nook and cranny of society. We could learn a great deal from them tactically.”

    Because they base all their appeals on emotions not facts. It’s a lot easier to get people to feel something than it is to get them to understand something.

    Plus women.

    Basically a feminized movement–full of women who, thanks to the technological advances made by white men, have too much time and energy to expend on vanity projects, to the detriment of society.

    No less dangerous for being essentially frivolous.

    • Replies: @AndrewR
    @Kylie

    Indeed. That's why we can't simply hope to reason people to our side. Many people have very limited reasoning powers and almost everyone has at least a few topics where they're unable to effectively reason. If you disagree with that claim then go around to various internet fora and ask people to dispassionately debate the pros and cons of legalizing child porn possession or lowering the age of consent to x.

    As Hume points out: reason is but a slave to the passions and should not pretend to be otherwise. Those of us who are relatively skilled at reasoning often feel disdain towards simple appeals to emotion, but we overestimate the appeal of reason at our own risk.

    Replies: @Kylie

  165. @ben tillman
    @AndrewR


    Obviously not but under no insurance policy I know of is there any incentive to drive less, avoid driving during rush hour, avoid driving at night, avoid driving during inclement weather, avoid driving on dangerous roads etc etc.
     
    Except that if you don't avoid those things, you'll be more likely to have a claim against your policy, and if you have claims against your policy, your rates will go up.

    And that's a pretty good incentive.

    Replies: @AndrewR

    So are you OK with discounts/surcharges based on sex, marital status, age, race, formal educational achievement, etc?

    Because if the greedy insurance company is going to charge me more than my twin sister with an identical driving record then they should charge me less because I drive less than she does.

  166. @Svigor
    Crops rotting in the fields!

    As Japan's population shrinks, bears and boars roam where schools and shrines once thrived

    http://www.google.com/search?q=Julie+Makinen&btnG=Search&as_st=y&hl=en&tbm=isch

    Replies: @Chrisnonymous, @Cwhatfuture, @AnotherDad, @Hippopotamusdrome

    As Japan’s population shrinks, bears and boars roam where schools and shrines once thrived.
    http://www.latimes.com/world/asia/la-fg-japan-population-snap-story.html

    Boy what terrific “problems” to have. More open space. Less crowding. Cheaper housing off in the boonies. Available jobs.

    Man how awesome must it be to be Japanese right now. To be able to think “our people will survive”.

    Of course they need to be eternally vigilant. These immigrationists never stop. They push and push everywhere and don’t stop until they wreck every place on earth. They are just *evil*.

  167. The most deplorable one [AKA "Fourth doorman of the apocalypse"] says:
    @ben tillman
    @The most deplorable one


    If blacks are statistically more likely to drive without a license and without insurance then that seems to me to be a valid reason to pull them over.

    Secondly, you seem unaware that cops actually have discretion about what they write you up for.
     

    The person who started this discussion (Lot) said Castile was pulled over for driving without a license or insurance, not that he was ticketed for these things:

    He was pulled over 3 to 4 times per year for the past 13 years, again and again, for driving without a driver’s license, driving without car insurance, and not having a muffler.

    Replies: @The most deplorable one, @Dave Pinsen

    Sure, but now that we can see some of that info, it seems that in the earlier cases any citations for driving without a license were accompanied by some other charge, like speeding, not wearing a seat belt, etc.

    More recently there does seem to be quite a few cases where he was cited simply for driving with a revoked license. I guess the police knew his license had been revoked. Probable cause.

  168. @Kylie
    @AndrewR

    "The SJWs have an impressive knack for invading every nook and cranny of society. We could learn a great deal from them tactically."

    Because they base all their appeals on emotions not facts. It's a lot easier to get people to feel something than it is to get them to understand something.

    Plus women.

    Basically a feminized movement--full of women who, thanks to the technological advances made by white men, have too much time and energy to expend on vanity projects, to the detriment of society.

    No less dangerous for being essentially frivolous.

    Replies: @AndrewR

    Indeed. That’s why we can’t simply hope to reason people to our side. Many people have very limited reasoning powers and almost everyone has at least a few topics where they’re unable to effectively reason. If you disagree with that claim then go around to various internet fora and ask people to dispassionately debate the pros and cons of legalizing child porn possession or lowering the age of consent to x.

    As Hume points out: reason is but a slave to the passions and should not pretend to be otherwise. Those of us who are relatively skilled at reasoning often feel disdain towards simple appeals to emotion, but we overestimate the appeal of reason at our own risk.

    • Disagree: Kylie
    • Replies: @Kylie
    @AndrewR

    Sorry. I hit the "Disagree" button by mistake.

    I agree. I don't understand how so many people overestimate the appeal of reason. Maybe they see how often the left uses statistics, facts, percentages, etc and think that's why they're winning.

    But the left twists facts to suit their arguments. They really aren't using reason at all. Famous example: saying that more whites than blacks are on welfare. It's true--but with a crucial caveat, one the left neglects to mention. Another example: conflating American citizens with American residents.

    Replies: @AndrewR, @ben tillman

  169. @Romanian
    My condolences to the victims and their families. It's really terrible that you have to put up with stuff like this and that it basically becomes a sort of new normal for people like cops. All the best to you guys and your country.

    Replies: @Jefferson, @AnotherDad

    My condolences to the victims and their families. It’s really terrible that you have to put up with stuff like this and that it basically becomes a sort of new normal for people like cops. All the best to you guys and your country.

    Thanks. But truth is we’ve been living with black dysfunction since … well … the founding. (Price of not picking our own damn cotton.)

    But rather than condolences, you should worry about your own country. If you stay in the EU and don’t get things fixed in a *hurry* your fate will be worse.

    Don’t be confused by the nominal figures–“1 million refugees in a continent of …” that sort of crap. Merkel in *one* year brought in 1 *young men* equivalent to about 1/5 the 5m German male population in their 20s (the breeding cohort). These young men will either displace German men in breeding or–mostly–eventually bring in foreign women. So essentially–for simplicity lets say short 20 year generations–in one year Merkel’s created a new minority that will be in future generations be 10% of the German population. That’s essentially our “legacy of slavery” … in one year!

    Ok, if she can get other Europeans nations to be suckers and take a bunch of these people off her hands … then spread over the EU, percentage wise the numbers are less bad. But they are still pretty bad. And she’s not done! And then there the Africans–even worse to have than the Arabs–streaming across the Mediterranean this year. With the Italians rescuing them from the shores of Libya and bringing them to Italy per EU dictate.

    Seriously *you* have a problem. Young black men are a problem. Think about the problem in the US. There are 40m+ blacks. But any given yearly cohort born these days has around 600k blacks. Half male that’s 300k black males a year, or 7.5 million in a breeding generation. At this 1000 day coming in from Africa, Europe will take in a typical US sized black male cohort this year. Keep that up … you have a US sized problem.

    • Replies: @Romanian
    @AnotherDad

    I know those same arguments. This is why we still have separate countries in the EU, until we don't, just like your Civil War ended the discussion regarding the ultimate state sovereignty - the right of exit.

    Replies: @Jack Hanson

  170. @Gato de la Biblioteca
    @Truth

    A couple of minor points....

    First, I've never heard of people from Orlando being called "Orlandians".

    Second, the Orange County Sheriff's Office is not the same entity as the Orlando Police Department.

    Replies: @Truth

    I think “minor” is the operative word.”

  171. @Jefferson
    @Lot

    I have heard several rap songs where Black rappers brag about driving without a driver's license or car insurance. It's a Black thing, so you wouldn't understand Cracka.

    Driver's licenses and car insurance weren't invented in Africa. It's a creation of the racist White male patriarchy.

    Replies: @Former Darfur, @Trumpenproleteriat

    “Driver’s licenses and car insurance weren’t invented in Africa. It’s a creation of the racist White male patriarchy.”

    Libertarians are similarly retarded on this issue

  172. @Brutusale
    @Truth

    Boy, those darkies can dance! Dey gut riddim!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g7sNpXJ6ci0

    Replies: @Truth

    There are some things in America that are quintessentially “White Dude”.

    1-GWAR
    2- Paris Hilton’s attractiveness
    3-Ray Ban Wayfarers
    4-Chrissy over Janet
    5-40 year old cars with Mopar engines
    6-Ice Fishing
    7-Entering the dangerous animal’s cage at the zoo to “make friends”
    8-Sharing your wife with another dude…and choosing the dude
    9-Live action or tabletop war recreation
    10-Bill Murray

    • Replies: @Lurker
    @Truth

    Paris Hilton's attractiveness eludes me completely.

    , @Dew
    @Truth


    Entering the dangerous animal’s cage at the zoo to “make friends”
     
    Like that kid in the Harambe incident.

    Oh wait...

    Replies: @Truth

  173. @Brutusale
    @Truth

    What's this "we" shit, black man?

    Replies: @Truth

    Oh I’m sorry, I forgot you had a FEMA soldier bullet-proof ass.

    • Replies: @Brutusale
    @Truth

    No, son, it's just the 50% of the things in life that include "you" would not include "me".

    When that Provisional Army of the Sons of Mumia takes charge, I'm fucked (but probably already dead). When the Traditional Sons Of Strom win the day, your Stepin Fetchit ass had better adjust.

    And the only thing on your list I have any truck with is the Wayfarers. And old Super Bees.

  174. @ben tillman
    @The most deplorable one


    If blacks are statistically more likely to drive without a license and without insurance then that seems to me to be a valid reason to pull them over.

    Secondly, you seem unaware that cops actually have discretion about what they write you up for.
     

    The person who started this discussion (Lot) said Castile was pulled over for driving without a license or insurance, not that he was ticketed for these things:

    He was pulled over 3 to 4 times per year for the past 13 years, again and again, for driving without a driver’s license, driving without car insurance, and not having a muffler.

    Replies: @The most deplorable one, @Dave Pinsen

    I don’t think cops can tell if you don’t have a current license or insurance from looking at your car, but they can tell if your registration or inspection isn’t current.

    Registration check requires running plates, but there’s a town nearby that has a trap where they do that (a 270 degree turn off a highway that backs up to a stop sign). I got snagged once years ago, and then a month or two ago, my girlfriend did. She went on a trip the next week and forgot to pay the ticket. A month later, she got a notice from the town’s court that a warrant had been issued for her arrest.

  175. @AnotherDad
    @Romanian


    My condolences to the victims and their families. It’s really terrible that you have to put up with stuff like this and that it basically becomes a sort of new normal for people like cops. All the best to you guys and your country.
     
    Thanks. But truth is we've been living with black dysfunction since ... well ... the founding. (Price of not picking our own damn cotton.)

    But rather than condolences, you should worry about your own country. If you stay in the EU and don't get things fixed in a *hurry* your fate will be worse.

    Don't be confused by the nominal figures--"1 million refugees in a continent of ..." that sort of crap. Merkel in *one* year brought in 1 *young men* equivalent to about 1/5 the 5m German male population in their 20s (the breeding cohort). These young men will either displace German men in breeding or--mostly--eventually bring in foreign women. So essentially--for simplicity lets say short 20 year generations--in one year Merkel's created a new minority that will be in future generations be 10% of the German population. That's essentially our "legacy of slavery" ... in one year!

    Ok, if she can get other Europeans nations to be suckers and take a bunch of these people off her hands ... then spread over the EU, percentage wise the numbers are less bad. But they are still pretty bad. And she's not done! And then there the Africans--even worse to have than the Arabs--streaming across the Mediterranean this year. With the Italians rescuing them from the shores of Libya and bringing them to Italy per EU dictate.

    Seriously *you* have a problem. Young black men are a problem. Think about the problem in the US. There are 40m+ blacks. But any given yearly cohort born these days has around 600k blacks. Half male that's 300k black males a year, or 7.5 million in a breeding generation. At this 1000 day coming in from Africa, Europe will take in a typical US sized black male cohort this year. Keep that up ... you have a US sized problem.

    Replies: @Romanian

    I know those same arguments. This is why we still have separate countries in the EU, until we don’t, just like your Civil War ended the discussion regarding the ultimate state sovereignty – the right of exit.

    • Replies: @Jack Hanson
    @Romanian

    "Ended"

    No, it post poned the reckoning.

  176. @rod1963
    @Steve Sailer

    I remember that case when it happened. At best the evidence that tied Jennings to the murder were almost non-existent. It is in within walking distance of where I live.

    Jennings attorney should be suing the city of Palmdale and all the other parties who had him railroaded into jail. Seriously they need to.

    He deserves compensation from them.

    Replies: @bomag

    Jennings attorney should be suing the city of Palmdale and all the other parties who had him railroaded into jail. Seriously they need to.

    I wonder how many of these “bad guys” ever have a personal loss over their mistakes. Mostly, the bureaucracy buffers their own; and the taxpayers pick up yet another tab.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @bomag

    The L.A. DA's office deserves credit for admitting they screwed up massively on the Jennings case.

    Of course, the Erhlich law firm of Encino deserves more credit for initiating this appeal to the D.A.'s office after watching a Dateline episode about it. NBC's Dateline deserves credit too, although they were relatively noncommittal about the case. The way they told the story, you needed a lot of working memory to realize that there Was No Evidence of Guilt. But I wouldn't be surprised if somebody working on the show was hoping that somebody out there would grasp the message and take up the case.

    It's too bad they don't make TV movies much anymore because this story would be a pretty good old-fashioned TV movie. I'd try for Jeremy Renner as Raymond Lee Jennings.

  177. @SPMoore8
    @larry lurker

    If Milo says male homosexuality is a choice, he's probably responding to the PC shibboleth that all sexuality is determined genetically at birth. Frankly, I don't believe it, because I've known too many people who have been on both sides of the street and I don't think they were "born" bisexual.

    You know what I think the bigger problem is? The fact that we have created a culture where everyone has to declare their sexuality by the time they are 12 years old, that treats anyone who isn't sexually active by the time they are 15 as some kind of weirdo, and that simply cannot shut up or practice a little modesty about sexual matters.

    Confused gay teens need to know that sexuality is variable, and as long as no one is hurt in the process, entirely their own business. They also need to know that linking emotional attachment and sexuality is something very powerful, and that they are living in a culture that treats that phenomenon in an extremely superficial fashion, such that people are always going to be judging you or even mocking you for your attractions, your dates, your activity, or lack of same. Finally, that people love to mock the outsider, so you better learn to love yourself and not expect a lot of positive reinforcement in the outside world.

    Replies: @larry lurker

    If Milo says male homosexuality is a choice, he’s probably responding to the PC shibboleth that all sexuality is determined genetically at birth. Frankly, I don’t believe it, because I’ve known too many people who have been on both sides of the street and I don’t think they were “born” bisexual.

    I’m also skeptical about the existence of innate (male) bisexuality. I’m not sure I’ve ever met a guy whom I would describe as being anywhere near 50/50 bisexual. 80/20, maybe, but even that’s pretty rare, and they tend to pick a side by their thirties, regardless of whether or not they settle down.

    (I have to note that the 80/20 crowd is almost always 80% straight, 20% gay in my experience. Might have something to do with the fact that it’s a whole easier to hook up with guys than girls, but I don’t know.)

    So yeah, maybe male bisexuality doesn’t exist genetically/biologically. But male homosexuality? Come on, surely you’ve met guys- a lot of guys- who are just… gay. They might end up marrying a woman, they might go to their grave without ever “crossing the street” as you put it, but… you can’t think of them as anything but gay guys. That’s just who and what they are. (Milo Yiannopolous springs to mind…)

    We studied this a couple of times at college. In the dorms and at parties, I mean- trying to see if a hot chick could get a gay guy aroused through- I won’t go into detail, but yeah. Let’s just say our findings strongly suggested the existence of an innate, immutable male homosexuality.

    I agree with everything else you wrote though- should be required reading for all teens, sexually confused or otherwise.

    • Replies: @SPMoore8
    @larry lurker

    Thanks. The only thing I would add is that it's not uncommon for highly intelligent people who essentially skew straight to be asexual for long periods in life. The reason for this is that the entire heterosexual dance is a huge time suck, it's actually more of a time suck than raising children, so if you have any intellectual ambitions you are just going to say the hell with it and ignore it for a year or two or whatever. And people like that invariably get pegged as "gay" and end up having gay friends or acquaintances.

    Sure, I've known guys who came across as very feminine and form very strong same sex attachments (not necessarily sexual.) Born that way? I don't know. Developed that way, sure. It doesn't have to be passive genetic programming over here, and militant choice over there. Somewhere in between, case by case.

    Replies: @Jim Don Bob

  178. @AndrewR
    @Kylie

    Indeed. That's why we can't simply hope to reason people to our side. Many people have very limited reasoning powers and almost everyone has at least a few topics where they're unable to effectively reason. If you disagree with that claim then go around to various internet fora and ask people to dispassionately debate the pros and cons of legalizing child porn possession or lowering the age of consent to x.

    As Hume points out: reason is but a slave to the passions and should not pretend to be otherwise. Those of us who are relatively skilled at reasoning often feel disdain towards simple appeals to emotion, but we overestimate the appeal of reason at our own risk.

    Replies: @Kylie

    Sorry. I hit the “Disagree” button by mistake.

    I agree. I don’t understand how so many people overestimate the appeal of reason. Maybe they see how often the left uses statistics, facts, percentages, etc and think that’s why they’re winning.

    But the left twists facts to suit their arguments. They really aren’t using reason at all. Famous example: saying that more whites than blacks are on welfare. It’s true–but with a crucial caveat, one the left neglects to mention. Another example: conflating American citizens with American residents.

    • Replies: @AndrewR
    @Kylie

    Since you understand the roots of the problem, I don't get why you seemed to dispute my initial claim (albeit not explicitly).

    Replies: @Kylie

    , @ben tillman
    @Kylie


    Famous example: saying that more whites than blacks are on welfare. It’s true–but with a crucial caveat, one the left neglects to mention.
     
    Actually, it's not true. Last I checked, Blacks were like 39% of the total, Whites 37 or 38%, and Mexicans and others made up the remainder.
  179. @bomag
    @rod1963


    Jennings attorney should be suing the city of Palmdale and all the other parties who had him railroaded into jail. Seriously they need to.

     

    I wonder how many of these "bad guys" ever have a personal loss over their mistakes. Mostly, the bureaucracy buffers their own; and the taxpayers pick up yet another tab.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer

    The L.A. DA’s office deserves credit for admitting they screwed up massively on the Jennings case.

    Of course, the Erhlich law firm of Encino deserves more credit for initiating this appeal to the D.A.’s office after watching a Dateline episode about it. NBC’s Dateline deserves credit too, although they were relatively noncommittal about the case. The way they told the story, you needed a lot of working memory to realize that there Was No Evidence of Guilt. But I wouldn’t be surprised if somebody working on the show was hoping that somebody out there would grasp the message and take up the case.

    It’s too bad they don’t make TV movies much anymore because this story would be a pretty good old-fashioned TV movie. I’d try for Jeremy Renner as Raymond Lee Jennings.

  180. @Svigor
    Crops rotting in the fields!

    As Japan's population shrinks, bears and boars roam where schools and shrines once thrived

    http://www.google.com/search?q=Julie+Makinen&btnG=Search&as_st=y&hl=en&tbm=isch

    Replies: @Chrisnonymous, @Cwhatfuture, @AnotherDad, @Hippopotamusdrome

    Now, the country has begun a white-knuckle ride in which it will shed about one-third of its population — 40 million people — by 2060

    That would bring the population to what it was in 1955. From 1900-1955 the population doubled. From 1900-2000 the population tripled. Do they want the population to triple every century with no going down ever?

    1900 — 44m
    1955 — 89m
    2000 — 127m
    2060 — 88m

  181. @larry lurker
    @SPMoore8


    If Milo says male homosexuality is a choice, he’s probably responding to the PC shibboleth that all sexuality is determined genetically at birth. Frankly, I don’t believe it, because I’ve known too many people who have been on both sides of the street and I don’t think they were “born” bisexual.
     
    I'm also skeptical about the existence of innate (male) bisexuality. I'm not sure I've ever met a guy whom I would describe as being anywhere near 50/50 bisexual. 80/20, maybe, but even that's pretty rare, and they tend to pick a side by their thirties, regardless of whether or not they settle down.

    (I have to note that the 80/20 crowd is almost always 80% straight, 20% gay in my experience. Might have something to do with the fact that it's a whole easier to hook up with guys than girls, but I don't know.)

    So yeah, maybe male bisexuality doesn't exist genetically/biologically. But male homosexuality? Come on, surely you've met guys- a lot of guys- who are just... gay. They might end up marrying a woman, they might go to their grave without ever "crossing the street" as you put it, but... you can't think of them as anything but gay guys. That's just who and what they are. (Milo Yiannopolous springs to mind...)

    We studied this a couple of times at college. In the dorms and at parties, I mean- trying to see if a hot chick could get a gay guy aroused through- I won't go into detail, but yeah. Let's just say our findings strongly suggested the existence of an innate, immutable male homosexuality.

    I agree with everything else you wrote though- should be required reading for all teens, sexually confused or otherwise.

    Replies: @SPMoore8

    Thanks. The only thing I would add is that it’s not uncommon for highly intelligent people who essentially skew straight to be asexual for long periods in life. The reason for this is that the entire heterosexual dance is a huge time suck, it’s actually more of a time suck than raising children, so if you have any intellectual ambitions you are just going to say the hell with it and ignore it for a year or two or whatever. And people like that invariably get pegged as “gay” and end up having gay friends or acquaintances.

    Sure, I’ve known guys who came across as very feminine and form very strong same sex attachments (not necessarily sexual.) Born that way? I don’t know. Developed that way, sure. It doesn’t have to be passive genetic programming over here, and militant choice over there. Somewhere in between, case by case.

    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob
    @SPMoore8

    SPMoore8 said, "....the only thing I would add is that it’s not uncommon for highly intelligent people who essentially skew straight to be asexual for long periods in life. The reason for this is that the entire heterosexual dance is a huge time suck...".

    Right. If you want to piss away lots of time and money, get completely frustrated, and come away with a worse attitude than before, nothing beats signing up for an online dating site.

  182. @Kylie
    @AndrewR

    Sorry. I hit the "Disagree" button by mistake.

    I agree. I don't understand how so many people overestimate the appeal of reason. Maybe they see how often the left uses statistics, facts, percentages, etc and think that's why they're winning.

    But the left twists facts to suit their arguments. They really aren't using reason at all. Famous example: saying that more whites than blacks are on welfare. It's true--but with a crucial caveat, one the left neglects to mention. Another example: conflating American citizens with American residents.

    Replies: @AndrewR, @ben tillman

    Since you understand the roots of the problem, I don’t get why you seemed to dispute my initial claim (albeit not explicitly).

    • Replies: @Kylie
    @AndrewR

    Could you be more specific? I have severe low vision and may have misread what you said. Sorry.

    Replies: @AndrewR

  183. Note that cops have access to ballistic vests, but civilians don’t normally.

    That is incorrect. Anyone can get a good vest for $500-1000. Like, say, some BLM black power racist nutjob planning to shoot white people.

  184. @Truth
    @Brutusale

    There are some things in America that are quintessentially "White Dude".

    1-GWAR
    2- Paris Hilton's attractiveness
    3-Ray Ban Wayfarers
    4-Chrissy over Janet
    5-40 year old cars with Mopar engines
    6-Ice Fishing
    7-Entering the dangerous animal's cage at the zoo to "make friends"
    8-Sharing your wife with another dude...and choosing the dude
    9-Live action or tabletop war recreation
    10-Bill Murray

    Replies: @Lurker, @Dew

    Paris Hilton’s attractiveness eludes me completely.

  185. @AnotherDad
    @Flip


    Lincoln should have let the South go.
     
    In retrospect, i've come to that conclusion myself. (Of course, then i wouldn't be here.)

    The South would have boomeranged back into the Union at some future date, when they had sorted out their issues--discarded slavery. (The South as an independent entity would have had to devolve into something approaching a police state to keep slavery viable. Many southerners would not have been happy about that.) Our political arrangements--handled more organically--would probably have evolved in a better, freer direction. And best of all we'd have the precedent of succession, which would darn well be nice to have now!

    Replies: @The most deplorable one, @Flip

    Well, I think the South would have eventually given up slavery like Brazil did (1888) but then they’d be a 50/50 white/black country which would have been challenging. Maybe they would have petitioned to rejoin at some point.

  186. @Truth
    @Brutusale

    There are some things in America that are quintessentially "White Dude".

    1-GWAR
    2- Paris Hilton's attractiveness
    3-Ray Ban Wayfarers
    4-Chrissy over Janet
    5-40 year old cars with Mopar engines
    6-Ice Fishing
    7-Entering the dangerous animal's cage at the zoo to "make friends"
    8-Sharing your wife with another dude...and choosing the dude
    9-Live action or tabletop war recreation
    10-Bill Murray

    Replies: @Lurker, @Dew

    Entering the dangerous animal’s cage at the zoo to “make friends”

    Like that kid in the Harambe incident.

    Oh wait…

    • Replies: @Truth
    @Dew

    "Kid" is the operative word there.

  187. @The most deplorable one
    @Olorin

    The problem with GotNews is that they seem to be erroneously referring the the Minnesota Carry Permit as a CCL or CCW, but it seems not to require concealed carry.

    That is, it seems to be an open carry permit.

    Replies: @Olorin

    YES. My understanding:

    https://dps.mn.gov/divisions/bca/bca-divisions/administrative/pages/permit-to-carry-faq.aspx

    You are right, MN requires a state permit/license for open carry as well as concealed. They also do not have stand your ground, instead a victim has a “duty to retreat.” Not sure how much physical abuse a person is supposed to endure before the state recognizes their right to survive.

    I always laugh bitterly that all this gun control in MN is conducted by the “Bureau for Criminal Apprehension.”

    Mostly what they do is create civil service careers surveilling and hoop-jumping and taxing the law-abiding Germanics and Scands…and doing what they can to turn these law-abiding residents into accidental lawbreakers and crime victims.

    When they hit a professional or genetic criminal, like our boy Castile, they seem to be rather confused.

    OTOH, they got him out of the gene pool in a Norse way (outlaw status based on a long history of criminal and violating behaviors). But let an “Asian” do the dirty work. You sneaky Gophers!

  188. @Romanian
    @AnotherDad

    I know those same arguments. This is why we still have separate countries in the EU, until we don't, just like your Civil War ended the discussion regarding the ultimate state sovereignty - the right of exit.

    Replies: @Jack Hanson

    “Ended”

    No, it post poned the reckoning.

  189. @AndrewR
    @Kylie

    Since you understand the roots of the problem, I don't get why you seemed to dispute my initial claim (albeit not explicitly).

    Replies: @Kylie

    Could you be more specific? I have severe low vision and may have misread what you said. Sorry.

    • Replies: @AndrewR
    @Kylie

    I said we could learn from SJWs. You seemed to disagree but then you concurred that some of us overvalue reason.

  190. @Jefferson
    @Chrisnonymous

    "Anyhow, importing Muslims or Malays to increase the tax base isn’t going help traditional cultural institutions."

    Tax base? The lazy welfare Muslims of European countries like England, France, Germany, Sweden, etc aren't much of a tax base, they are a tax burden.

    Even pro-open borders Liberals do not say Muslims are hard workers. They will say it about Latinos, but not Muslims. Muslims do not make for good domestic help. Muslims are not docile enough for that.

    Replies: @Jim Don Bob

    What are Muslims good for? This is not a rhetorical question.

  191. @AnotherDad
    @2 Minute Alpha


    According to Earl Butz; all of them.
     
    Man spoke more truth than you'd find in 100 sociology departments.

    Replies: @Jim Don Bob

    That was a great joke, even if Butz did get fired for it. Another thing that many do not know or remember is how the poofters pretty much destroyed Anita Bryant for speaking out against them back in the 70s. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anita_Bryant). This s**t has been going on for a long time.

  192. @SPMoore8
    @larry lurker

    Thanks. The only thing I would add is that it's not uncommon for highly intelligent people who essentially skew straight to be asexual for long periods in life. The reason for this is that the entire heterosexual dance is a huge time suck, it's actually more of a time suck than raising children, so if you have any intellectual ambitions you are just going to say the hell with it and ignore it for a year or two or whatever. And people like that invariably get pegged as "gay" and end up having gay friends or acquaintances.

    Sure, I've known guys who came across as very feminine and form very strong same sex attachments (not necessarily sexual.) Born that way? I don't know. Developed that way, sure. It doesn't have to be passive genetic programming over here, and militant choice over there. Somewhere in between, case by case.

    Replies: @Jim Don Bob

    SPMoore8 said, “….the only thing I would add is that it’s not uncommon for highly intelligent people who essentially skew straight to be asexual for long periods in life. The reason for this is that the entire heterosexual dance is a huge time suck…”.

    Right. If you want to piss away lots of time and money, get completely frustrated, and come away with a worse attitude than before, nothing beats signing up for an online dating site.

  193. “How Many BLM-related Shootings Were There on Thursday-Friday Besides Dallas?”

    None.

    Next question.

  194. @Kylie
    @AndrewR

    Sorry. I hit the "Disagree" button by mistake.

    I agree. I don't understand how so many people overestimate the appeal of reason. Maybe they see how often the left uses statistics, facts, percentages, etc and think that's why they're winning.

    But the left twists facts to suit their arguments. They really aren't using reason at all. Famous example: saying that more whites than blacks are on welfare. It's true--but with a crucial caveat, one the left neglects to mention. Another example: conflating American citizens with American residents.

    Replies: @AndrewR, @ben tillman

    Famous example: saying that more whites than blacks are on welfare. It’s true–but with a crucial caveat, one the left neglects to mention.

    Actually, it’s not true. Last I checked, Blacks were like 39% of the total, Whites 37 or 38%, and Mexicans and others made up the remainder.

  195. @Kylie
    @AndrewR

    Could you be more specific? I have severe low vision and may have misread what you said. Sorry.

    Replies: @AndrewR

    I said we could learn from SJWs. You seemed to disagree but then you concurred that some of us overvalue reason.

  196. @Dew
    @Truth


    Entering the dangerous animal’s cage at the zoo to “make friends”
     
    Like that kid in the Harambe incident.

    Oh wait...

    Replies: @Truth

    “Kid” is the operative word there.

  197. @Jefferson
    @Romanian

    "My condolences to the victims and their families. It’s really terrible that you have to put up with stuff like this and that it basically becomes a sort of new normal for people like cops. All the best to you guys and your country."

    Cop killings must be extremely rare to non existence where you live because there is only like 3 Negroes in the entire country of Romania, lol.

    Your country's largest minority group Gypsies are not known for being cop killers, so no need for a police state in Romania.

    Replies: @Romanian

    We have a bit more violence than the average European country, but very little gun violence and no mass casualty violence. The Communists disarmed the country early on, and it stayed that way. It’s national news here when a policeman has to use his weapon, or when a criminal is found with a gun in his possession, or a few bullets go missing from an armory. Like something out of the Into the Badlands show on AMC, the underworld gypsy clan types use swords to duke it out (not saying that they’re any good at it). There is a fair bit of gypsy violence, as befits their nature, but fatalities tend to bring unavoidable police attention. As for the normal people, there’s a lot of ruin in the countryside. You hear about people killing acquaintances or lovers during drunken brawls. The Africans we do have are a bit more visible now, it’s not just 3 of them, though they’re mostly in the Capital – African students and the odd immigrant, including one who is a talk show host and blogger and has a blonde wife, African embassy workers, many of whom skew very young. Went to a diplomatic event once and all of the African guys had local dates, while the African girls had nobody. A guy with Heartiste chops hit on my date by asking her if she was racist :)). Guess it works for them every time.

  198. @Truth
    @Brutusale

    Oh I'm sorry, I forgot you had a FEMA soldier bullet-proof ass.

    Replies: @Brutusale

    No, son, it’s just the 50% of the things in life that include “you” would not include “me”.

    When that Provisional Army of the Sons of Mumia takes charge, I’m fucked (but probably already dead). When the Traditional Sons Of Strom win the day, your Stepin Fetchit ass had better adjust.

    And the only thing on your list I have any truck with is the Wayfarers. And old Super Bees.

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