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The authorities are dealing with unauthorized social media commentary, both smart-alec and eloquent, that is not in accord with the sacred dignity of St. Ma’Khia Bryant.

From Insider:

The DC police are investigating a viral TikTok where an officer is asked if he would ‘kill me like Ma’Khia Bryant’ and appears to say, ‘Are you going to stab somebody like her?’

Ashley Collman 8 hours ago

From 10WBNS:

Pickerington social worker placed on leave due to Ma’Khia Bryant social media post

The Pickerington Local School District says it has placed an employee on administrative leave following a recent social media post.

Author: Bryant Somerville
Published: 6:02 PM EDT April 26, 2021

The Pickerington Local School District says it has placed an employee on administrative leave following a recent social media post.

In a released statement, the district says “Today, we placed Jessie Burr on administrative leave from her position as a school social worker while the District reviews complaints concerning her recent social media activity.”

The post in question, which is signed by Jessie Burr as the president of the Central Ohio Police Families Association, is an open letter to a Facebook page saying in part “Dear girl wearing pink…what I am asking you for is to tell the truth. Tell the world how Nick [Reardon] saved you just days ago.”

This reference is believed to refer to the female in the body camera video released last week of Columbus Police Officer Nicholas Reardon shooting and killing 16-year-old Ma’Khia Bryant.

In that video, Bryant is seen approaching a girl in pink and lunging at her with a knife.

The author of the post also asks that female to “do the right thing” and to “come forward and stand up for Nick in the smallest way compared to the way he stood for you.”

Something must be done about unauthorized commentary on social media that demeans the martyrs who embody our society’s highest values.

 
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  1. What’s more reckless and stupid, being the girl in pink and making a todo about how grateful she is for the police and how much she prefers them to criminals or being a juror in the Chauvin trial and voting to acquit?

    I think it’s the former.

  2. Cortes says:

    Bryant Somerville?

    Someone has a sense of humour.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  3. Anon[126] • Disclaimer says:

    People need to start suing. They can’t interfere with your job like this.

    • Replies: @Getaclue
    , @Neoconned
  4. The second one is heart-breaking, but operative words:

    which is signed by Jessie Burr as the president of the Central Ohio Police Families Association, is an open letter to a Facebook page saying in part “Dear girl wearing pink…what I am asking you for is to tell the truth. Tell the world how Nick [Reardon] saved you just days ago.”

    You can’t be doing that. She signed it as an agent of her employer. She should have known she can’t do that.

    If she had not signed it as an agent of her employer and just signed as personal-citizen-her-name-nothing-else, and then was put on leave, then this would be a black/white people-have-freedom-of-speech and employer-overreach issue. She should have known – she was expected to know, you, reader, are expected to know – that if you speak as an agent of your employer: curtains. Expect nothing else.

  5. Mrs Burr’s heart is clearly in the right place, but she is kidding herself if she is expecting the “girl in pink” to take the side of white masculine toxicity against St Ma’K (PBUH).

    Thank God for excellent quality bodycam (and other) recordings of the incident.

  6. @Guy De Champlagne

    “Reckless and stupid”?

    How about courageous and ethical?

    • Agree: AnotherDad
  7. syonredux says:

    I hope that everyone’s looking forward to Spielberg’s pro-Latinx propaganda:

    • Replies: @Kibernetika
    , @AndrewR
  8. @SimplePseudonymicHandle

    No, she is being investigated by her full-time employer, the school district, not by the cops’ wives organization she volunteers with.

    • Agree: fish, Ben tillman
    • Thanks: JimDandy, TWS
    • Replies: @Travis
  9. Oh, come on, it must be sung by a black woman, and this is the greatest recording ever of the song with the hilarious improvised lyrics. This will be the one they will want to play for the funeral.

    • Agree: Dissident
  10. Polistra says:

    ‘…what I am asking you for is to tell the truth.”

    Yeesh. Why doesn’t she just come out and say Cancel Me Now!

    We’re well past the time when whatever the Sacred Ones happened to be doing at the time of their apprehension is mentionable, much less relevant.

    ABOVE THE LAW! How many times must we tell you? How many more names?

  11. @Cortes

    Bryant Somerville?

    Someone has a sense of humour.

    At least it isn’t Bryant Gumball.

    • Replies: @Cortes
    , @RichardTaylor
  12. They’re getting drunk on power. Three things probably going on:

    1. The Ivy League schools have been fully indoctrinated in Woke
    2. They have an army of dumb people to report disobedience and enforce their rules
    3. The Covid lockdown was a template for totalitarian rule under the guise of “safety”.

    • Replies: @Travis
  13. Anonymous[164] • Disclaimer says:

    Update on anti-White attack against Holiday Inn clerk.

  14. Trinity says:

    Another Black on Yellow attack. This was once again in NYC, some Black yufe caught on tape stomping on a 61 year old Oriental man.

    Where is Bruce Lee when you need him?

  15. Getaclue says:
    @Anon

    Justice Roberts et al will do the right thing??? LOL

    • Agree: SafeNow
    • LOL: AndrewR
    • Replies: @Hibernian
  16. unit472 says:

    What in the hell is going on with Facebook. Yesterday I opened my FB page ( I use messenger chat) and along with the new ads from Zillow and lesser real estate outfits appears an animated video of a man running down a crowded city street just beating the hell out of people. Knocking them to the sidewalk and kicking and stomping on them. He doesn’t tire as he beats dozens of people senseless. I reload and now it is a gorilla doing the same thing and then a woman. Just running down the street beating people. I looked for who was creating this unwanted mayhem and there was a small credit for GTA which I believe is the abbreviation for Grand Theft Auto.

    Has anyone else had this mindless violence appear ( unsolicited) on their Face Book page and why in the hell is Facebook even allowing much less promoting it?

  17. @Reg Cæsar

    Runnin’ Reg, as you flee across America in yet another act of White Flight, I wanted to pass on some information. Whites are being chased out of suburbs too, so you may need to be at the ready to bug out again. Good luck, and keep your sneakers nearby!

    https://www.minnpost.com/politics-policy/2018/03/white-flight-didn-t-disappear-it-just-moved-suburbs/

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  18. OT–Israeli-German psychologist Ahmad Mansour in left-wing/green daily taz on the spread of COVID-19 among immigrants in Germany and Arabs in Israel and the progressive cover up.

    https://taz.de/!5762645
    deepl . com translation:

    »Moral taboo zone

    After migration and climate, the debate on corona is also becoming polarized. This is dangerous for democracy and harmful for immigrant covidates
    26. 4. 2021

    “How far this goes can be seen in the example of the debate about the high numbers of people with an immigrant background suffering from Covid-19 in intensive care units. According to Bild, the head of the Robert Koch Institute, Lothar Wieler, has made reporting on the high numbers of seriously ill patients with a migration background taboo – for fear of racism. Asked about this, he said that this information referred to an informal exchange with chief physicians of three clinics; in general, such data were not available for data protection reasons. You could tell he was uncomfortable. …

    In Israel, for example, it was also clearly observed during the pandemic that half of the most severely ill Covid 19 patients were of Arab origin, although only about 20 percent of Israelis are Arab. Similarly, statistically relevant differences are evident in terms of pre-existing conditions such as diabetes and obesity, which are more common among certain communities, due to their eating habits and sedentary lifestyles. Many also rarely see a doctor, so pre-existing conditions go undetected. The relationship with the state is also different for people from authoritarian states and is usually characterized by distrust.«

    • Troll: Je Suis Omar Mateen
    • Replies: @YetAnotherAnon
    , @S
    , @Yngvar
  19. Pink girl won’t get any MSM coverage. Her not dying however reinforces the media’s contention that Reardon used excessive force but they don’t need her.

    • Replies: @Jonathan Mason
  20. @Jonathan Mason

    I think I’d restrict my kids to more psychologically healthy gangster rap.

    • Replies: @RichardTaylor
  21. Congresswoman Val Demings from Orlando, who was one of the candidates for the position now held by Kamala Harris, and herself a former social worker, street cop, and chief of police said that she thought–from what she could see from the video–that the cop in the Bryant shooting case did what he was trained to do.

    I guess she did not get the BLM memo.

  22. @Buffalo Joe

    She probably would if she wanted it, but most likely she does not. No doubt statements will have been taken from her by the police.

    • Replies: @James Forrestal
  23. @SimplePseudonymicHandle

    Re-read it. “Jessie Burr as the president of the Central Ohio Police Families Association”

  24. Bill says:
    @SimplePseudonymicHandle

    I like to stop posting after the fifth drink.

    • LOL: Old Prude
  25. Jimmy Dale Gilmore (best known for playing the role of Smokey in the “Mark it Zero” scene of The Big Lebowski) captures the spirit of the song a bit better.

  26. Redman says:
    @SimplePseudonymicHandle

    Get a clue. We’re in a civil war right now. Anyone who has the cujones to speak the truth deserves accolades.

    • Agree: Ben tillman
    • Replies: @Anonymous
  27. Alden says:

    Supposedly Pink girl’s left town because of death threats. Foster kids don’t have much family support. I doubt she had a decent relative to go to. If she had a job she had to leave it when she left town. Maybe she has a White friend with far away relatives who can help. Think about it almost killed by knife girl and now death threats from duh commuundy for calling the police and responsibility for knife girls death.

    The local university Black Activists are making demands the university “ do something” like a medieval town and gown deal where local law isn’t allowed on campus.

    • Thanks: PhysicistDave
    • Replies: @Alden
  28. Night of the Kang Knives

    • LOL: Kylie
    • Replies: @JimB
  29. Michelle says:

    Girl in pink already made her statement to the African immigrant cop, on body cam. “She fucking came after me with a knife That’s why the police did it. Cuz, she came after me, so, he got her”. The cop asked her, “She came after you with a knife?”, “Yes”, unintelligible..

    • Replies: @Swamp Fox
  30. Anonymous[335] • Disclaimer says:
    @Redman

    Get a clue. We’re in a civil war right now. Anyone who has the cujones to speak the truth deserves accolades.

    “civil war” is inapt. It is a foreign invasion. Some of the invaders hold nominal citizenship but they aren’t fellow citizens in a meaningful sense. They are a beachhead.

    • Agree: Ben tillman
    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  31. @syonredux

    I hope that everyone’s looking forward to Spielberg’s pro-Latinx propaganda:

    No sir, not unless they can resurrect Natalie Wood. Seeing and hearing Natalie in the 1961 film production (or even hearing the lady whose voice overdubbed Natalie’s singing… well, so maybe just seeing Natalie). But Natalie… That’s a woman.

    • Agree: Mr. Anon
  32. Here are some more for the sake of completeness. I like them all.
    (with Mr. Sailer’s forbearance.)

    • Replies: @Jack D
  33. I. Racist says:

    Has the false conviction of Chauvin sufficiently emboldened the forces of chaos to attempt the same with Reardon?

    • Replies: @Yancey Ward
  34. AceDeuce says:
    @Jonathan Mason

    #ACuckSezWhut?

    “A black woman must sing it?” Why? A White man wrote it.

    And I’m a big Ella Fitzgerald fan, BTW.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    , @Wade Hampton
  35. @jb

    Does anyone think it is possible that when this nightmare is over, we’ll be able to go back and de-colorize all the great movies of the last sixty years?

  36. @jb

    If There Weren’t Any Blacks You’d Have to Invent Them

    And if we had ceded Aztlán to Mexico, Donald Trump would still be President.

    And from the Secretary of State’s office in the California Republic:

    “The requisite number of valid signatures has been reported to our office to initiate the recall of Governor Gavin Newsom.”

    https://www.sos.ca.gov/elections/recalls/current-recall-efforts

  37. AceDeuce says:
    @Anonymous

    This one has hit Twatter bigly. This c olored boy who made it go viral has stomped on his own pecker.

    This and the Knifey Kneegress video literally as Chauvin was getting shafted make me think that God is White.

    This White kid in the video is messed up–I’m not saying that to be mean, but the poor prick has no business in a customer type job like that. That said, the negro was a typical POS–I read he kept calling the kid a faggot (evidently the kid actually is ghey)

    Bottom line-even the young White snowflakes are giving this Tariq boy who posted this video holy hell. They started out a bit timid, but Tariq, like all other blechs, has quadrupled down on stupid. and has pissed them off.

    As dumb as these snowflakes are, most have seen lots of groid dysfunction before. They’ve been able to stay in denial about it , but a Cat 5 chimpout might burst their bubble and lead to race realism..

    • Replies: @AndrewR
    , @Truth
  38. Twinkie says:

    “Knives, knives!” “Kill the lights!”

    • Replies: @Danindc
    , @Clyde
  39. @Anonymous

    “civil war” is inapt. It is a foreign invasion. Some of the invaders hold nominal citizenship but they aren’t fellow citizens in a meaningful sense. They are a beachhead.

    So who is more alien, Ma’Khia or the girl in pink?

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  40. @AceDeuce

    “A black woman must sing it?” Why? A White man wrote it.

    Two Jews and a German Commie wrote it. The American Jew was queer. His wife was an only child who starved herself to death. So much for her talented parents’ line.

    Do you still want to claim it?

  41. @I. Racist

    Probably. We will know in a week or so.

  42. Danindc says:
    @Twinkie

    That was their funniest skit in 10 years and it wasn’t really funny.

  43. The key moment will be if Crump can buy Pink Girl off.

  44. Hibernian says:
    @Getaclue

    No, bur Barrett, Kavanaugh, Alito and Thomas with assists alternately from Roberts or Gorsuch might.

    • Replies: @Pericles
  45. Hibernian says:
    @Kibernetika

    Robert Wagner apparently thought she was too much trouble.

  46. Hibernian says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    Oddly enough, California and New Mexico are the two states where the city names are the same as on a standard (from the US point of view) map. How do you get “Santa Anna” for Austin? And shouldn’t it be Santa Ana, like the one in California?

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    , @FPD72
  47. @Hibernian

    How do you get “Santa Anna” for Austin? And shouldn’t it be Santa Ana, like the one in California?

  48. Polistra says:
    @unit472

    Has anyone else had this mindless violence appear ( unsolicited) on their Face Book page and why in the hell is Facebook even allowing much less promoting it?

    Also, why are you using Facebook

    • Thanks: tyrone
  49. Jack D says:
    @PiltdownMan

    The version sung in German by the street singer is positively chilling – Mack is a psychopath who walks the streets with impunity. Nobody saw nuffin. And we see Mack mingling in the crowd listening to the song about him but no one realizes this.

    The singer is Ernst Busch – a die hard Communist (after the war he moved to E. Germany) but never mind – he is a great actor and inhabits his role.

    The English language versions are completely defanged commercial pap and have no edge to them at all. Armstrong is entertaining but it’s very superficial. Growing up in the poorest ghetto of New Orleans he surely knew guys like Mack but he doesn’t make the connection.

    • Thanks: Polistra, PiltdownMan
  50. Polistra says:
    @Hibernian

    He said she was beautiful, he didn’t say she wasn’t a hassle.
    The two often go together you know..

  51. Polistra says:
    @jb

    First sentence from the semi-professional review

    A blind man accuses a cross-dressing ex-Jew of being black.


    How on earth could we have missed this little gem? And yes, Richard Beckinsale was Kate’s dad. Some of my Brit friends absolutely loved “Rising Damp” and made me watch it several times. I never could ‘get’ it.

  52. Clyde says:

    As far as Bobby Darin goes. Roger McGuinn of the Byrds was in Darin’s band for a few years. This is Roger McGuinn’s own accounting — https://solar-ice.blogspot.com/2020/11/bobby-darin.html
    ___

    “Ma’K the Knife” …. I salute you, whover came up with this. Where is Benjamin Crumb to help Ma’K the Knife’s cause, with her mama’s lawsuit? In her hour of need and greed?

    Has the false conviction of Chauvin sufficiently emboldened the forces of chaos to attempt the same with Reardon?

    Reardon figured out killer vs victim after being on the Knife scene for a few seconds. Then made such very accurate shots. The man is amazing, has been doing his training, putting in beaucoup time on the gun range.

    • Replies: @JimDandy
    , @Hibernian
  53. FPD72 says:
    @Hibernian

    How do you get “Santa Anna” for Austin? And shouldn’t it be Santa Ana, like the one in California?

    There is a Santa Anna, TX, located about 140 miles northwest of Austin. Maybe that’s what the map’s creators were referencing, although the location is much closer to Austin than Santa Anna.

  54. Franz says:
    @Kibernetika

    No sir, not unless they can resurrect Natalie Wood. Seeing and hearing Natalie in the 1961 film production (or even hearing the lady whose voice overdubbed Natalie’s singing… well, so maybe just seeing Natalie). But Natalie… That’s a woman.

    You got that right. And by dying too young, she missed her real calling.

    Natalia Nikolaevna Zakharenko (Natalie’s real name) would have been a perfect cultural ambassador to Russia after the soviets quit. She knew the language and her family had fought with the Whites against the Reds. For once, the USA could have been represented by somebody with actual class.

    On top of which, Natalia Nikolaevna was Russian Orthodox and would have fit in with the revival that started since then. What a missed opportunity for both countries.

    • Replies: @Stan Adams
  55. Clyde says:
    @Twinkie

    Thanks for the image, but no way will I waste time on a video of SNL chumps -“Ain’t nobody got time for that sheeeet”

    ___
    ___
    There must be a Hogan’s Heros version of Mack The Knife, somewhere, somehow.

  56. Fear not…someone already wrote a song that’s perfect for when they resurrect the Ma’K in hologram form:

    I mean, who doesn’t want backup singers that appear from thin air to accuse one’s interlocutor that, “Ya lied ta me!”?

    Also, bonus shots of the Concorde swooping into Heathrow!

  57. The meme makers are off with the toy angle. One of the kids should be unarmed.
    Also, Journalists should get called out for saying knife “fight”.

  58. How has Jordan Peterson escaped this? You can’t go around telling people to clean up their damn rooms. You’re likely to get your eye poked out.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  59. @Reg Cæsar

    Little Caesar, you’re running out of places to White Flight to. Hardly worthy of your name to be bolting every few years. But, that’s the result of anti-White policies designed to Chase Whites down..

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    , @Keypusher
    , @Alden
  60. Anonymous[179] • Disclaimer says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    “civil war” is inapt. It is a foreign invasion. Some of the invaders hold nominal citizenship but they aren’t fellow citizens in a meaningful sense. They are a beachhead.

    So who is more alien, Ma’Khia or the girl in pink?

    You could call them “ammunition.”

  61. JimB says:
    @Ronnie Waters

    Night of the Kang Knives

    Night of the Qwaan knives.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  62. Anon[235] • Disclaimer says:

    Bobby Darin, Wikipedia:

    In 1968 he discovered the woman who had raised him was his grandmother, not his mother as he thought, and learned that the woman he thought was his sister was actually his mother. Those events deeply affected Darin and sent him into a long period of seclusion.

    Jack Nicholson, Wikipedia:

    In 1974, Time magazine researchers learned, and informed Nicholson, that his “sister”, June, was actually his mother, and his other “sister”, Lorraine, was really his aunt. By this time, both his mother and grandmother had died (in 1963 and 1970, respectively). On finding out, Nicholson said it was “a pretty dramatic event, but it wasn’t what I’d call traumatizing … I was pretty well psychologically formed”.

    What in God’s name was going on in the 1930s?! Was this common? I thought it was something Raymond Chandler invented as a literary device, not something that really happened.

  63. JimDandy says:
    @Clyde

    I learned today from Gavin McInnes’ show that the drummer on The Marvelettes’ 1961 recording of “Mr. Postman” was Marvin Gaye.

    • Replies: @Clyde
    , @Achilleus
  64. Mr. Anon says:
    @Hibernian

    Robert Wagner apparently thought she was too much trouble.

    There’s something wrong with a guy who looks at Natalie Wood and thinks “Eh, I could do better.”

    Jill St. John <<<< Natalie Wood

    If Wagner did push her overboard, he should rot in Hell.

    • Replies: @YetAnotherAnon
    , @Hibernian
  65. @Franz

    She knew the language

    She spoke Russian in at least one film, the execrable Meteor starring Sean Connery:

    • Replies: @Kibernetika
  66. @Jonathan Mason

    This was live from Berlin? Is this what inspired Hitler?

  67. @Anon

    Like I often say, lots of people have weird family stories. Gerald Ford used to be Leslie King, that sort of thing.

    • Replies: @Pericles
    , @Ralph L
  68. @Guy De Champlagne

    I’ll go with the former as well. It was reckless and stupid of jurors to vote to convict. Cowardly. It won’t work out well. For them. For Minneapolis. For the United States. Reckless and stupid.

    • Replies: @AndrewR
    , @Alfa158
  69. @Anon

    It’s hard to remember now (and inconceivable to most) that there used to be considerable shame associated with pregnancy outside of marriage, and, more to the point, being the child of an unmarried mother—a bastard, to be precise.

    For the sake of the child, the fiction that mothers and grandparents used to manufacture was, in the case of teen pregnancies, that the child’s mother had “died when you were a baby”, and that the mother was the older sister.

    It depended on society collaborating in the fiction. That was easier if the family moved while the child was still very young.

    • Replies: @Alden
  70. @Jonathan Mason

    She probably would if she wanted it, but most likely she does not. No doubt statements will have been taken from her by the police.

    Exactly — because as every educated person knows, none of the major semitic narrative promotion agencies make their own decisions about coverage — because they’re all under the joint editorial control of Pink Girl and the Columbus PD. It’s like, obvious.

    • Replies: @Jonathan Mason
  71. Neoconned says:
    @Anon

    Litigation may be the answer…..its how the SPLC types destroyed the KKK & how the vote machine companies are silencing Republican criticisms…..

    • Agree: Ben tillman
    • Replies: @Ben tillman
  72. Pericles says:
    @Hibernian

    Alas, unlikely from the black, the italian* and the seven chickens.

    * (Wow, I thought Alito was a latino or something.)

  73. @Reg Cæsar

    And from the Secretary of State’s office in the California Republic:

    “The requisite number of valid signatures has been reported to our office to initiate the recall of Governor Gavin Newsom.”

    And Jenner has already started his campaign, with the unbeatable slogan “Dems R the REAL ‘transphobes’!”

    https://www.foxnews.com/politics/caitlyn-jenner-announces-run-for-governor-of-california

    What true conservative could possibly resist?

    • Replies: @Paleo Liberal
    , @Mr. Anon
  74. Pericles says:
    @Steve Sailer

    Famous anthropologis Montague Francis Ashley-Montagu used to be named Israel Ehrenberg

  75. @RichardTaylor

    You’re even more annoying as “Richard Taylor” than you are as “Corvinus”. And that’s saying something.

    • Agree: Wade Hampton, Alden
    • Thanks: Redneck farmer
    • LOL: Another Canadian
  76. Dube says:
    @Jack D

    The version sung in German by the street singer is positively chilling – Mack is a psychopath who walks the streets with impunity. Nobody saw nuffin. And we see Mack mingling in the crowd listening to the song about him but no one realizes this.

    Jack sees it straight. The pop versions swing it, Baby – for no thanks from Bertolt Brecht.

  77. @Anon

    Darin’s first child was adopted by a family named Tallerico. That’s one letter off Steven Tyler’s birth name.

  78. @Reg Cæsar

    “The American Jew was queer.”

    The last words of Marcus Samuel Blitzstein might have sounded something like, “Hello Sailer, new in town?”

    [MORE]

    “During a visit to Martinique in 1964, at the age of 58, Blitzstein was murdered by three sailors he had picked up in a bar,[5] one of whom he was said to have propositioned.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marc_Blitzstein

    “In the film [Cradle Will Rock], Blitzstein (played by Hank Azaria) is portrayed as gaining inspiration through ghostly appearances by his idol Brecht and his late anorexic wife.[2]”
    Hank Azaria’s groveling on account of having provided the voice for the Simpsons “Apu” was the subject of a recent iSteve thread.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    , @Reg Cæsar
  79. @Redneck farmer

    Ain’t got no compassion for a white brother forced to flee?

    Have a little compassion. Dude is running like a rabbit.

    • Replies: @Keypusher
  80. Polistra says:

    The New New York. Guy sees police activity, officers filing reports. Cameras rolling everywhere. Hey I know what to do! Imma whack one of them in the head with ma stick!

    https://nypost.com/2021/04/26/nypd-detective-hit-on-head-with-stick-in-broad-daylight-attack/

    Fair’s fair, guys. This is not prosecutable.

  81. Polistra says:

    50 shot in one week in NYC

    NYPD data shows 50 people were shot in 46 separate incidents over a seven-day period ending Sunday evening — a more than 250 percent surge from the same week in 2020.

    https://nypost.com/2021/04/26/nyc-sees-bloodiest-week-this-year-with-46-shooting-incidents/

  82. Ralph L says:
    @Steve Sailer

    Clinton and Gingrich were also given their step-father’s surnames.

  83. @Reg Cæsar

    I dont know about commies,but many a fine song has been written by a Jew or a Queer!
    After hearing about his unwoke comments,I have been dabbling in Morrissey. Guy is cool! Its been said,also,that a young E.C. was spouting some anti-woke opinions years ago. I only wish he had stuck with it.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
  84. AndrewR says:
    @syonredux

    Bro who cares? Latinos don’t matter one way or another in this cesspit of a country. Some take the side of white Anglo goyim, others take the side of blacks, Jews and white Anglo traitors. But most Latinos just want to grill.

    • Replies: @syonredux
  85. @theo the kraut

    “the spread of COVID-19 among immigrants in Germany and Arabs in Israel and the progressive cover up”

    It’s just one of those things (like rape grooming gangs) that the national media doesn’t think worth covering.

    https://www.thetelegraphandargus.co.uk/news/19240340.areas-driving-bradford-worst-covid-rate-uk/

    “The Bradford district has the worst Covid-19 infection rate in the country, the latest official Government figures reveal.

    The data from Public Health England shows how with an rate of 92.4 infections per 100,000 people in the seven days to April 11, Covid-19 is spreading more in Bradford than in any other part of the UK.

    Bradford also recorded more cases of Covid-19- 499 – than any other area of the country.

    Bradford is ahead of Luton, where the rate is 92, and Corby in Northamptonshire where the rate is 91.4. The district’s rate is more than triple the UK average which stands at 28.7.”

    Luton, like Bradford, is a Muslim area – Corby has Poles and Scotsmen!

    • Agree: theo the kraut
    • Replies: @Jonathan Mason
  86. @Mr. Anon

    “If Wagner did push her overboard, he should rot in Hell.”

    School playground joke of my youth.

    “What wood doesn’t float?”

    • LOL: Buffalo Joe
  87. AndrewR says:
    @restless94110

    Easy for us to say. You literally had congresspeople threatening violence and terrorism if the “wrong” verdict was reached. Blame the demons who run this country instead of innocent peasants put into an unthinkably awful position.

    • Agree: HammerJack
  88. AndrewR says:
    @Polistra

    I thought it was a sword at first

    • Replies: @Yancey Ward
  89. Soon to be, for real, most whites in the formerly (if ever) United States of America.

  90. How about the Woke version of operation, but instead of working delicately to remove various body parts without touching the body, you get to instead club your “patient” while you remove his wallet, watch, mobile phone, gold teeth, etc.

    Does anyone still have gold teeth? My wife asked why I went for ceramic, and I told her it was to not give the gulag guards something to yank out of my head. I had no idea at the time how close we were to the coming gulag days.

  91. AndrewR says:
    @AceDeuce

    Tariq is an absolute demon and he needs to be [redacted] along with everyone who runs Twitter for giving him free rein while white people get banned for sneezing.

    • Replies: @Clyde
  92. J.Ross says:

    OT
    Hugh Hewitt for multiple days talking about population collapse (and calling it the most important undiscussed issue) — being Hugh Hewitt he then davidbrooks immediately to [“]this is why we need to be El Salvador with worse traffic[“], but think about all the things that were forbidden to mention in mainstream right-wing media (and yes NPC media erected a firewall but only stupid people watch that) and now post-Trump it’s discussed every day.

  93. J.Ross says:
    @Father O'Hara

    When you start smoking avoid cigarettes (which serve no good purpose and cause many problems) and when the suicidal ideation starts remember what Styron said, which is that, uh, the same sensitivity that allows the bad thoughts is itself, uhhh, illustrative of something. Congratulations on having a soul, you are now oppressed by the awareness of everyone who doesn’t, have a dark day.
    ——
    Hey what do you know, the pink moon actually is pink. Like coral. People are complaining that it’s not ’90s hot pink.

  94. @Another Canadian

    Damn it. Should have Ctrl-f’ed “holiday” first. Anyway:

    Rod Dreher vs. Tariq Nasheed

    Imagine this actually going on. In this corner, Raymond “Rod” Dreher:

  95. @SimplePseudonymicHandle

    It’s also just terrible advice for the girl in pink. This woman either knows nothing of the social dynamics at play or is willing horrible things on this girl just so her side can score political points.

  96. tyrone says:
    @Kibernetika

    Damn you , Robert Wagner !!………Natalie Wood ,now that’s a REAL loss to humanity ……M’a’k,not so much.

  97. tyrone says:
    @Guy De Champlagne

    She will never be seen in pink again.

  98. Anon[336] • Disclaimer says:

  99. Clyde says:
    @JimDandy

    I learned today from Gavin McInnes’ show that the drummer on The Marvelettes’ 1961 recording of “Mr. Postman” was Marvin Gaye.

    How cool is this! He also played keyboards. He was not just a singer with a microphone. Then I liked Al Green more. With his excellent musical director he had a string of sexy hits until…..His girlfriend dumped a pot of hot grits onto his back while Al was in the bathtub. Al then became a preacher and sang only religious songs for 15-20 years.

  100. Clyde says:
    @AndrewR

    Tariq is an absolute demon and he needs to be [redacted] along with everyone who runs Twitter for giving him free rein while white people get banned for sneezing.

    Tariq is an effective troll, is not lo IQ. Trolling is his thang.

  101. It’s only a coincidence that Speilberg has remade West Side Story with all the knife fights.

  102. Anon[337] • Disclaimer says:

  103. Keypusher says:
    @RichardTaylor

    This is very boring. Stop being boring.

  104. @James Forrestal

    I’m not a fan of Newson, but Jenner as governor would give train wrecks a bad name.

    • Disagree: Abolish_public_education
    • Replies: @Muggles
  105. @unit472

    Some sort of CIA psy-op I would guess. Get off Facebook. It is an arm of the American intelligence community. Use Telegram

  106. @Kibernetika

    Marni Nixon did the singing for Natalie Wood in West Side Story, Deborah Kerr in The King and I, Audrey Hepburn in My Fair Lady and others. An incredible talent.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
  107. @AceDeuce

    I think he means because both Bryant and her intended victim were black.

  108. Achilleus says:
    @JimDandy

    I learned today from Gavin McInnes’ show that the drummer on The Marvelettes’ 1961 recording of “Mr. Postman” was Marvin Gaye.

    Just what we need, Gavin, more jogger trivia.

    • Replies: @JimDandy
  109. @Neoconned

    It was some pretty tame commentary this time in response to a seriously insane and hateful narrative, wasn’t it?

  110. @YetAnotherAnon

    Specifically the large city of Bradford has approximately 40% Pakistani population.

    And yes, I have reports from healthcare workers on the ground in the Bradford metropolitan area that many Pakistanis are showing a death-defying wilful non-compliance with infection control and quarantine precautions and vaccinations.

    I guess it is a case of Allah is all you need.

    It is making people in Britain very angry with them.

    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
    , @Clyde
    , @anon
  111. Anonymous[299] • Disclaimer says:

    The babylon bee is anti-White garbage.

    • Replies: @Anon
  112. @James Forrestal

    I think maybe you understand me or perhaps I just wasn’t very clear.

    I am sure that if the girl in pink was to issue a press statement that she would get lots of press coverage.

    • Replies: @James Forrestal
  113. @adreadline

    How many times have we heard a black person say lately, “I’m filming this.”

    Is this to be the new norm for human interactions? Everything we do and say must be prescreened because it will be sifted through by some viewing judge at some future time? Not only puts a real damper on spontaneity but will call for new theories of consciousness.

    Clerk should have told him, “You don’t need to be recording this interaction, the motel already is. You’re on our surveillance camera right now.”

    So we have cameras recording cameras recording cameras…..the proverbial hall of mirrors. How can anyone act authentically if they know that what they are being will be seen and reseen by dozens or millions dozens or millions of times in the future?

    Back in ye olde days, the 1960’s, the big thing was authenticity. Be yourself. Express yourself. If you were reserved, you had hangups, which wasn’t and weren’t cool. Hangups were glitches, hitches which stood in the way of free self expression. So, the underlying theme is that you’re cool just as you are, if–and only if–you were able to freely express yourself. At the core, the default setting is that all of us are okay. Civilization, the Super Ego, intervene and interfere with authentic expression and ruin everything. Everyone thought that if we could just peel off the crusty layer of conformity and civilization and get back to our natural selves, then we would hit the Nirvana jackpot.

    How different we are today in our over-policed world. And its not just our police who are policing us either. Why is this guy recording his encounter with a motel clerk? To whom does he plan to show the video? Who is the judge? Course, the answer is The Rabble. The Rabble that is our social media platforms. To film an encounter is to assume that the person you’re filming is or will be guilty of something. How did we get here?

    • Thanks: Cortes
    • Replies: @gent
  114. @Jack D

    Yes that is an accurate assessment of the various versions, but the interesting question is why this song, with its gruesome lyrics was such a big international hit and recorded by so many artists.

    I think it’s one of those songs like The Girl From Ipanema or Frenesi that has a catchy melody and rhythm, but nobody really pays any attention to the words.

    Ella Fitzgerald also did a version called The Boy from Ipanema. I have often noticed before that while Ella Fitzgerald has a gorgeous voice, she is no great interpreter of lyrics.

    The Louis Armstrong version is way too jolly and bouncy. Louis is capable of putting menace in his voice. Interestingly the composer said that he had been influenced by Louis Armstrong style of singing in this composition.

    After Louis Armstrong split his lip by blowing too hard in the early 1930s, he started singing a lot more lyrics to rest his mouth, and typically replaced trumpet phrases with trumpeted word phrases. His singing style permanently influenced popular music.

    • Replies: @Achilleus
    , @George
    , @Reg Cæsar
  115. Clyde says:

    OT OT OT OT—— Covid bad news rising —
    UK Daily Mail today—-

    India’s Covid second wave is driven by ‘far more infectious and far more lethal’ variant, doctor warns as bodies are lined up in the street for cremation and court calls for officials to face MURDER charges

    Dr Zarir Udwadia (inset), a physician in hard-hit Mumbai and an advisor to the Indian government, said the country’s second wave of Covid is proving to be ‘far more infectious and probably far more lethal than the first’ while blasting ‘complacency’ among ministers and calling on world leaders to donate vaccines to help. India is suffering the world’s worst second wave of Covid likely driven by a mutant form of the virus which has seen cases and deaths soar, with 323,000 more infections and 2,700 more deaths reported today

    As videos revealed bodies lined up for cremation on the streets of Delhi (main) amid warnings both figures are likely under-estimates. Dr Udwadia said he is seeing ‘ward after ward’ of people struggling to breathe (top right), while younger patients are also being affected – including a 35-year-old husband and wife who died of the infection a day ago. Meanwhile at the Madras High Court, in the city of Chennai, judges called for Indian election officials to face murder charges for allowing packed political rallies to go ahead without proper social distancing in place.

    • Troll: Je Suis Omar Mateen
    • Replies: @Buffalo Joe
  116. Mr. Anon says:
    @James Forrestal

    What true conservative could possibly resist?

    I’m sure the National Review will soon be lecturing us on how supporting the transgender movement is actually the true conservative position.

  117. @AndrewR

    Sorry buddy. It only takes one to derail a show trial. Everyone got to stand up no matter what their stature. cowardly. Stupid. Reckless. Cowering under your bed isn’t going to save you.

    • Agree: Anonymous Jew
  118. Mr. Anon says:
    @Jonathan Mason

    And yes, I have reports from healthcare workers on the ground in the Bradford metropolitan area that many Pakistanis are showing a death-defying wilful non-compliance with infection control and quarantine precautions and vaccinations.

    And? Are they dying at any higher rate than the native ovine population of England?

  119. Achilleus says:
    @Jonathan Mason

    After Louis Armstrong split his lip by blowing too hard in the early 1930s, he started singing a lot more lyrics to rest his mouth, and typically replaced trumpet phrases with trumpeted word phrases.

    His singing style permanently influenced popular music.

    Unfortunately. He pioneered the tuneless, croaking, jibberish that passes for much pop singing to this day.

    If we’re going to reassert Western culture, we can start by knocking off the White worship of black musicians, singers and athletes.

    • Replies: @Anon
  120. George says:
    @Jonathan Mason

    ” the interesting question is why this song, with its gruesome lyrics was such a big international hit and recorded by so many artists.”

    Some of Mack the Knife’s momentum is explained by Mack the Knife was part of a popular musical or the time. Would a German film have been able to avoid the Hollywood production codes? Films featuring US urban life in the 60s 70s, especially NY, featured similar violence.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Threepenny_Opera#Premieres

    Street violence of the interwar years was a theme in German movies.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M_(1931_film)

    The violence of the interwar years is depicted in modern music videos.

    Rammstein – Deutschland (Official Video)

    • Replies: @AnotherDad
    , @AceDeuce
  121. Clyde says:
    @Jonathan Mason

    Specifically the large city of Bradford has approximately 40% Pakistani population.
    And yes, I have reports from healthcare workers on the ground in the Bradford metropolitan area that many Pakistanis are showing a death-defying wilful non-compliance with infection control and quarantine precautions and vaccinations.

    You from the UK
    Are you aware that first wave of Pakistanis were brought in from Kashmir to work in textiles up north. That this group called Mirpuris is more inbred and stupid than most in Pakistan. Their Kashmir valley was going to be flooded as part of a dam project, England needed their cheap labor. So this was a win for both??? lol.

    Many Mirpuris began emigrating from Pakistan after the completion of Mangla Dam in Mirpur, Azad Kashmir, in the late 1950s led to the destruction of hundreds of villages. Up to 5,000 people from Mirpur (five per cent of the displaced)[29] left for Britain, while others were allotted land in neighbouring Punjab or used monetary compensation to resettle elsewhere in Pakistan.[27] The displaced Mirpuris were given legal and financial assistance by the British contractor which had built the dam.[30] Those from unaffected areas of Pakistan, such as the Punjab, also immigrated to Britain to help fill labour shortages. Punjabis began to leave Pakistan in the 1960s. They worked in the foundries of the English Midlands, and a significant number also settled in Southall in West London.[31]

    As far as Paki rapes go of English girls. My bet is that most are done by these Mirpuris. You see their photos in UK Daily Mail. What a fugly lot, reflecting their inbreeding. Many could of done well a few decades ago as Carnival and Circus Freaks

  122. @Hibernian

    Robert Wagner apparently thought she was too much trouble.

    So much trouble he married her–twice.

    ~~

    An actress probably isn’t the best choice for domestic bliss.

    Though, of course, now the librarian is likely stirring up drama on facebook or twitter. This is the age of female drama.

  123. Alfa158 says:
    @restless94110

    It’s easy to be brave when you aren’t in the crosshairs. We no longer live in the year 1992 when the jury was safely able to acquit the LAPD officers in the King beating. We no longer even live in the era of the Zimmerman trial. There has been a changing and who holds the whip hand. The Chauvin jurors must have known that if they had voted for acquittal they would have been hunted down by Antifa and BLM, and no one would have protected them.
    Based on their responses in voir dire it appeared most were BLM sympathizers, so they might have voted guilty anyway, but the thought of losing your job, you and your family being driven from your home, and being physically attacked would have played a role in their deliberations.

    • Agree: Buffalo Joe, TWS
    • Replies: @Cortes
  124. It’s easy to be brave when you aren’t in the crosshairs.

    Dude. We are all in the cross-hairs. The jury is no different than anyone else. They had their chance to make a difference to take a stop to end this insanity. Being cowardly doesn’t make it stop. The jurors aren’t saved.

    Stop making excuses.

    And by the way, by your response and the other person’s response you are basically saying that the American system of justice has now been destroyed. That includes you and every other person in America. If any jury, judge, prosecutor does not feel obligated to be fair and just?

    There is then no escape. Stop making excuses for the jury.

    • Replies: @TWS
  125. Cortes says:
    @Alfa158

    Agreed.

    Chauvin had a Show Trial.

    • Agree: bomag
  126. Matttt says:

    How is Ma’Khia pronounced? I’m guessing the apostrophe is a glottal stop and the “kh” is a voiced velar fricative like you find in Arabic or German.

    Just kidding, it’s probably muh-KAY-uh.

    • Thanks: ThreeCranes
  127. @Jack D

    Brecht, the lyricist, was a major figure in postwar culture. The East German state put him in charge of its main Berlin theater with a massive budget, so he could do things like hold 75 rehearsals for plays he’d written. The Berlin Wall didn’t go up until 1961, so his productions of his plays were global events.

    Brecht was not a nice person. Weil, by most accounts, was a great guy.

    • Replies: @Dube
  128. Travis says:
    @Steve Sailer

    Showing support for your husband will not be tolerated. Mrs. Chauvin realized this and quickly divorced her husband within seconds of Floyd’s death. Anyone showing support for the police risks being blacklisted and cancelled

    • Replies: @ThreeCranes
  129. @Clyde

    “Cheap labor” is never actually cheap.

    It’s always just shunting your costs onto some other people–often future generations.

    People shilling for it, people blathering “we need immigration …” should be shot–or more politely simply tossed out. They are just waving a big banner of disloyalty. They are your enemy, your children’s enemy, the nation’s enemy.

    • Disagree: Abolish_public_education
    • Replies: @Jonathan Mason
  130. Travis says:
    @RichardTaylor

    True. Anyone working at an American corporation will face getting Blacklisted if they oppose woke ideoology. Corporate America has been taken over by progressives. The COVID clampdowns were instituted to destroy small businesses and make Americans more dependent on the big corporate stores for their sustenance and make white Americans fearful, poor and demoralized. Forcing Americans to wear unhealthy cloth masks to further spread disease and demonstrate that most people are sheep and will submit to unconstitutional political authority.

  131. @AndrewR

    In a couple of years it will be.

  132. @Polistra

    This just looks like the action of a random lunatic, something that’s been a part of life in NYC since the 1970s.

    • Replies: @Polistra
  133. Anon[865] • Disclaimer says: • Website
    @Achilleus

    Lol. Louis Armstrong’s most famous song is a direct ripoff of Twinkle Twinkle Little Star/ABC’s.

    • Replies: @anonymous
    , @AceDeuce
  134. @Clyde

    The mills–which were never going to stay profitable–are long closed.

    But the Mirpuris keep on giving and giving and giving.

    • Replies: @Lurker
    , @Clyde
  135. @AnotherDad

    InThis is so true.

    The classic example is that in the 1980s in England under the Thatcher regime cleaning of National Health Service hospitals was privatized.

    The public was promised that the cleaning would be more efficient and better and cost the taxpayer less. Woo-hoo! So it was win-win?

    What actually happened was that the same people were cleaning the same hospitals with the same mops and buckets, only the workers had lower pay and less benefits and were excluded from the National Health Service superannuation scheme (defined benefit pension).

    There was no discernible improvement in hospital cleanliness.

    • Replies: @Hamlet's Ghost
  136. @George

    What a disgusting video. Just personifying the German nation with some ugly black woman is foul
    These Rammstein guys should be ashamed.

    The Germans are one of the great peoples of the world with a long list of accomplishments, cultural, scientific, technological. Like everyone they’ve got some black periods. So what.

    Something has gone very wrong there. Merkel’s already done incalculable damage in a few years of immigration insanity. But it’s not too late.

    Germans need to shake off this minoritarian nonsense and the endless apologia and get their shit together. Their pride together. (And not for some football nonsense, but for themselves as a people, a nation.) And then start cleaning up–deporting–the mess.

    Self-respect … and babies, and a future. It starts with pride and self-respect.

    (Of course–we Americans need to do the same.)

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    , @Anonymous
  137. @Wade Hampton

    Marilyn Monroe sang 99% of “Diamonds Are a Girl’s Best Friend,” which I’ve argued is the apogee of Hollywood, but Marni Nixon hit the high note.

    • Replies: @GeneralRipper
  138. syonredux says:

    Excellent interview with Peter Moskos:

    I do think we could reduce the number of people that cops shoot — [but] not to zero. There are huge differences regionally, especially east to west. The cities where cops shoot the most people are sort of medium-sized cities out west. I’m thinking of places like Tulsa and Oklahoma City. Riverside, California is always high on the list. Albuquerque. (New York City is as an outlier on the low extreme.) There are other variables — crime, violence, drugs, lack of police backup, that kind of thing. But there is low-hanging fruit.

    Off the top of my head, if we could reduce shootings in the state of California to the national average, that would cut out like 100 or 200 killings a year. That seems doable, though not super easy. Part of the problem is the departments that are most ripe for improvement — the ones that have worse numbers on things we care about — those places lack the political will to change it. The idea of protesting shootings in cities that already have better-than-average or best practices — that’s how I get frustrated. We’re not going to improve things by improving New York City. I don’t think you could reduce the number in New York any further.

    Given that there are about a thousand killings by police a year, I would say roughly two dozen of those fall under the criminally bad category, and probably another 300 didn’t need to happen. That’s where improvements can be made. But, you know, when there is an active shooter we want cops to shoot the person. That’s not just a legally good shooting, but sometimes morally good. I mean, that’s the unpleasant part.

    Well, this Columbus case [a police shooting of a knife-wielding 16-year-old girl in Columbus, Ohio] is not a mass killing, but from the cop perspective, it’s so clear cut. She was about to kill someone. And now people say, well, couldn’t the cops have done something else? The answer is no. I mean, you just let her stab her? That’s where we’re at in the public debate? I mean, there are always many, many variables involved, but right now the narrative is just a laser focus on race and that’s a disservice.

    Well, there’s a disproportionate number [of Blacks getting shot], but does that indicate bias? That’s the question I’m raising. In a hypothetical shooting, would the cops have shot if the person were white? Generally, I think the answer is yes

    The problem to some extent is cops are shooting too much. Is that the biggest problem in America right now? I don’t think it is. I think the fact that murder went up probably 30 percent last year is a bigger problem. Without discounting individual tragedies, which matter, and people’s emotions, which matter, it’s a big country. There’s going to be another bad shooting in two weeks.

    Some of it is simply that New York is a less violent place. Police violence is in proportion to community violence at some level. Some of it is the number of cops; New York cops don’t patrol alone. That’s expensive, but it means that you’re never in a one-on-one situation where you might be getting beat up. You always have backup. Cops shoot because they’re afraid they’re going to get killed, they’re afraid someone else is going to get killed or they’re just afraid. So having two-person patrol, which is really inefficient, is one way to lessen that. Is it necessary? I don’t know, but if it prevents one questionable shooting and civil disorder, it probably is worth it.

    I would start at the front end and raise hiring standards. Use evidence-based practices and training. All of this would require more money. There is a public narrative, though, that requires political support to push back against. In the old days, cops had to mess up to get in trouble. Now cops are doing the right thing and getting in trouble. This Columbus case is a perfect example. Yes, it’s a tragedy, but this is what we want them to do when someone is getting killed. There are always going to be bad police; all we can do is make it better incrementally. There’s 700,000 cops. If the goal is perfection, we’re doomed.

    https://www.bloomberg.com/opinion/articles/2021-04-25/the-big-question-what-should-be-done-about-police-violence

    • Replies: @Alden
    , @notsaying
    , @Sean
  139. Lurker says:
    @AnotherDad

    I saw something on TV a few years ago, the presenter visited a rare, surviving, northern textile mill and interviewed a few employees. They were all white.

    Unspoken assumption: if they could have found anyone non-white to talk to or at least to be seen in the background, they would have used them.

    • Agree: HammerJack
    • Replies: @S
  140. S says:
    @theo the kraut

    After migration and climate, the debate on corona is also becoming polarized. This is dangerous for democracy and harmful for immigrant covidates..

    This is all very cynical.

    Within the progressive Multi-cultural society, the wage slave (ie so called ‘cheap labor’) ‘immigrant’ is the primary source of both the wealth and political power of the ideologys’ adherents. [See excerpt and link below for elaboration.]

    They ‘care’ about the immigrant here in the same way Tuco ‘cared’ about a near death Blondie, when it was only he [Blondie] that knew where the gold was hidden.

    ‘Blondie, don’t die.
    Don’t die! I’m your friend!’

    ‘..the immigrants usually serve three main functions: cheap labor to replace native groups, settlement in the ‘frontier’ (periphery), and control over the natives and their land. These dynamics generally result in the maintenance of hegemony..’

    https://www.academia.edu/2116622/Between_urban_and_national_45_Political_mobilization_among_46_Mizrahim_in_Israel_s_development_4847_towns_

    • Thanks: theo the kraut
    • Replies: @Alden
  141. gent says:
    @ThreeCranes

    I agree except on one point. The judge isn’t “the Rabble.” It is the Media. It’s not as if this is organic and emergent. A small, tightly knit group CHOOSES to highlight or deny aspects of the world and present it as such. They CHOOSE to elevate these minor interactions to operatic moral struggles because it serves their long term ideological goals.

    • Replies: @ThreeCranes
  142. Truth says:
    @AceDeuce

    This and the Knifey Kneegress video literally as Chauvin was getting shafted make me think that God is White.

    Well, I’m glad that a teenager being shot to death restored your good mood.

  143. Truth says:

    Hey, I think Twinkee got that Playschool kit as a kid, Bwaa-haa-haaa!

  144. I get it that Pink Girl’s life was in danger, but why did the cop have to shoot M’khia four times? A single bullet should have been enough to knock her off balance and break the balance and coordination necessary for a good knife thrust, and with some luck the ambulance crew could have saved her life. Seems to me like multiple bullets are appropriate against someone with a gun.

  145. J.Ross says:
    @AnotherDad

    This is actually a complicated and interesting video. I had thought you were talking about “Mein Land,” wherein immigration dissent is brushed away with the promise that the “refugees” will be mediocre-looking prostitutes and not, say, military-age male rapists.

  146. ATate says:
    @International Jew

    “A single bullet SHOULD” ???

    Go back to watching Hollywood movies. Leave the real life adrenaline pumping life saving/life taking to people who look remarkably like the rednecks who got bored around 1941’ish and decided to pump more than a “single bullet” into the bad guys over there.

    Fuck you…and you’re welcome.

    • Replies: @International Jew
    , @J.Ross
  147. anon[363] • Disclaimer says:
    @International Jew

    A single bullet should have been enough to knock her off balance and break the balance and coordination necessary for a good knife thrust, and with some luck the ambulance crew could have saved her life.

    “Should”. And if it did not, then what?

    Armchair generals are always right, because they never have to actually do anything.

    • Replies: @International Jew
    , @Alden
  148. Alden says:
    @syonredux

    “ raise hiring standards”. That is illegal Bloomberg moron idiot ignorant writer. By ferociously enforced federal state county and city laws plus numerous state and federal court findings and rulings;

    Police departments SHALL hire only the fattest dumbest most illiterate blacks cops with “mild “ felony records and the smallest shortest tiniest asian and Hispanic cops to physically restrain and wrassle into the car the tallest and biggest ethnic group in America

    Raising police hiring standards requires overturning the 1968 civil fights law and dozens of court rulings .

    At 5’9, 140, Derek Chauvin was really too slim to be a police officer if realistic height weight standards were used. 5’9 was usually the bare minimum height for a man police officer and 140 below the weight minimum. And departments only hired the 5’9 men if they had no 6 footers.

    On the other end of the size standards there was affirmative action Los Angeles police Chief Willie Williams. He was about 80 pounds over the weight limit the department had to have his uniforms cut from the cloth from scratch. The uniforms come in 5 sizes, X small to X large.

    But no way the x large could be altered to fit obese Willie. So the tailors had to buy the cloth and make a pattern to make Willie’s uniforms.

    He never did pass the basic POST certificate written exam required of all officers transferring from other departments either. No POST certificate, impossible to carry a gun. So the city council had to give him a civilian carry permit. Willie was given extensive tutoring to pass the POST exam. For 5 years he failed every time he took the exam. Probably because he couldn’t read the questions and answers

    Then there was the San Francisco police exam. Because so many black applicants failed because they couldn’t read, the department designed an exam that didn’t require the ability to read.

    Can’t raise hiring standards when departments are forced to hire obese blacks unable to read and teeny tiny little Asians and Hispanics to police the biggest ethnic group in America.

    St George Chauvin case one little Asian officer one slightly larger half Asian officer, one black officer standing off, and just one 90 pounds 9 inches smaller White man to deal with Godzilla

    Makia the knife probably outweighed the officer who shot her by at least 30 pounds I noticed all the officers in the video were nice and slim. One was a little soft around the waist but kept to the old man police officer standard of waist measurement SHALL NOT exceed the chest measurement.

    America can’t raise hiring standards for any occupation including police. Raising hiring standards is illegal by state and federal
    law Bloomberg ignoramus writer.

  149. S says:
    @Lurker

    I saw something on TV a few years ago, the presenter visited a rare, surviving, northern textile mill and interviewed a few employees. They were all white.

    Lucky you Brits (said respectively, presuming you’re in the UK).

    Here in the US, where powerful elements of the Anglo-Saxon elites and hangers on, North and South, had become addicted via chattel slavery and its trade to doing anything but anything than pay the prevailing real time local costs of labor to their own A-S people, folks were not so fortunate.

    Slavery, whether chattel, or, its even more malignant and destructive monetized manifestation, wage slavery (ie so called ‘cheap labor’), is genocidal.

    There’s no proverbial ‘free lunch’ with it.

    Below is one of our Northern mill towns, Lawrence, ‘Immigrant City’, Massachusetts, now proudly New England’s first ‘minority-majority’ city.

    The Lawrence ‘nationalities’ map is where things had devolved to by 1910.

    Lawrence, Massachusetts is a historically immigrant town established in the 1800’s when European immigrants came to work in the famed textile mills. Today, more than 80 percent of the population is Latino. Matter of Fact Correspondent Diane Roberts went to Lawrence to how this historical mill town became New England’s first minority-majority city.

    https://www.matteroffact.tv/lawrence-mass-immigrant-city/

    • Agree: Lurker
    • Replies: @Lurker
  150. @International Jew

    Attack

    The lull in the action lasts about 30 seconds. Then Brandon rises, his muscled body tensed with rage, and screams at Adam, “You don’t know me, motherf**ker!” He starts moving toward Adam and yells, “You gonna shoot me, motherf**ker? You aren’t going to do anything with that [gun], you fat ass!”

    Adam is backing away from him, the pistol raised again now, and he is shouting, “Stop! Don’t do it! Stop! Stop!”
    But the antagonist can move forward faster than the defender can backpedal, and is closing the distance fast, and at last there is only one thing left to do.

    Shots Fired

    Under the streetlights, the sky nearly dark, the green Trijicon night sights on the SIG glow like beacons. Adam Nesvick puts the front sight high on his attacker’s chest.

    He fires as fast as he can hold the front sight in place. He sees blood squirt toward him from the man’s chest. Suddenly Brandon falls, pitching forward at about a 30-degree angle, and lands heavily face down in the street, motionless.

    https://americanhandgunner.com/our-experts/armed-citizen-rescues-woman-and-child/

    • Replies: @CCZ
  151. Alden says:
    @Alden

    Pink girl is supposed to be in Cleveland with a relative. People Finder has that May be Related to list. Easy enough to run a maybe relative name through People finder. What a situation to be in. She’s probably 18, 19, years old. No attorneys looking to represent her because there’s no money in it. Low class family and friends without money or information to help her.

  152. @reactionry

    Hmm… that makes him the Hart Crane of lyricists.

    While en route to New York aboard the steamship Orizaba, he was beaten up after making sexual advances to a male crew member. Just before noon on April 27, 1932, Hart Crane jumped overboard into the Gulf of Mexico. Although he had been drinking heavily and left no suicide note, witnesses believed his intentions to be suicidal, as several reported that he exclaimed “Goodbye, everybody!” before throwing himself overboard. His body was never recovered.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hart_Crane#Death

    Sometimes white Midwesterners resist arrest:

    In late June [1929], Crane returned from the south of France to Paris. [Benefactor Harry] Crosby noted in his journal, “Hart C. back from Marseilles where he slept with his thirty sailors and he began again to drink Cutty Sark.” Crane got drunk at the Café Select and fought with waiters over his tab. When the Paris police were called, he fought with them and was beaten. They arrested and jailed him, fining him 800 francs. After Hart had spent six days in prison at La Santé, Crosby paid Crane’s fine and advanced him money for the passage back to the United States, where he finally finished The Bridge. The work received poor reviews, and Crane’s sense of failure became crushing.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hart_Crane#Career

    • Replies: @J.Ross
  153. @reactionry

    Hmm… that makes him the Hart Crane of lyricists.

    While en route to New York aboard the steamship Orizaba, he was beaten up after making sexual advances to a male crew member. Just before noon on April 27, 1932, Hart Crane jumped overboard into the Gulf of Mexico. Although he had been drinking heavily and left no suicide note, witnesses believed his intentions to be suicidal, as several reported that he exclaimed “Goodbye, everybody!” before throwing himself overboard. His body was never recovered.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hart_Crane#Death

    Sometimes white Midwesterners resist arrest:

    In late June [1929], Crane returned from the south of France to Paris. [Benefactor Harry] Crosby noted in his journal, “Hart C. back from Marseilles where he slept with his thirty sailors and he began again to drink Cutty Sark.” Crane got drunk at the Café Select and fought with waiters over his tab. When the Paris police were called, he fought with them and was beaten. They arrested and jailed him, fining him 800 francs. After Hart had spent six days in prison at La Santé, Crosby paid Crane’s fine and advanced him money for the passage back to the United States, where he finally finished The Bridge. The work received poor reviews, and Crane’s sense of failure became crushing.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hart_Crane#Career

  154. @Alden

    the 1968 civil fights law

    Typo, or pun?

    • Replies: @Alden
  155. Truth says:
    @Alden

    Aldey, is this another one of your “Condelezaa Roice wuz…wuz… given tha Stanford PRO-vost jawb at 27 yurrs old” fish stories?

    • Replies: @Alden
  156. @Clyde

    Yeah, a lot of them got the short end of the stick, aesthetically speaking.

    If there were a competition for the world’s ugliest ethnic group, the top two contenders would be British Pakis and Australian Aborigines.

    • Agree: Clyde
  157. @gent

    Too true, too true. I put them around the bullseye but you put one squarely in the center.

  158. @Travis

    She may have bailed by mutual agreement to keep part of their assets intact. Don’t know, just speculating. It’s what I would want my wife to do if I were to find myself hauled before The Grand Inquisitor.

  159. anonymous[357] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anon

    I (A) see (B) trees (C) of green (D), red (E) roses (F) too (G)…

  160. Tim says:

    But don’t you think “investigation” now just means, “check is in the mail”?

  161. @Alden

    the San Francisco police exam. Because so many black applicants failed because they couldn’t read, the department designed an exam that didn’t require the ability to read.

    The country’s in the very best of hands
    The best of hands, the best of hands…La La Te Da

    • LOL: Alden
  162. @AndrewR

    It is difficult to know if anybody in a high profile case can get a fair trial in the US today.

    Coming up soon–a ‘fair’ trial for Ghislaine Maxwell after a year in horrific prison conditions amounting to torture to soften her up.

    This imprisonment, I would remind you, is supposedly purely a restriction to prevent her from leaving the country, not a punishment.

    I would hazard guess that it would be impossible for her to get an impartial jury with 12 members who have not already formed some kind of opinion about the case, unless those persons are so ill-informed that they are not aware of the narrative.

    Personally I think I would be well qualified to be on that jury, as I have absolutely no opinion as to whether she is guilty or not.

    But I would have thought that it most high profile cases it would be much better to opt for a bench trial instead of a jury trial if you really believed that you are innocent, because a judge or panel of judges would have to go by the evidence and form their own opinion as to whether witnesses were telling the truth or not.

    On the other hand, judges may not be immune from political pressures.

    A panel of 3 judges seems like the best way to make a decision, because they can hardly argue to each other that they need to find a person guilty/innocent regardless of the evidence, because of the “narrative”.

    • Disagree: Abolish_public_education
    • Replies: @J.Ross
    , @Alden
    , @Gabe Ruth
  163. @adreadline

    Then they deserve it. Die on your feet.

    I’m starting to think phthalate poising (look it up; also below) was the straw that broke Western Civilization. We already had women’s suffrage, and the mental feminization of men pushed the ‘feelings’ vote over the edge.

    I’d like to see a study of the correlation between a low 2:4 digit ratio and right wing beliefs, as well as changes in the ratio over time (it’s preserved in skeletal remains) and if it corresponds to lower sperm counts. (According to my calipers I’m about 1.5 SD below average…which probably explains why I’m an Ashkenazi posting on iSteve in support of Whites…)

    More here:

    • Thanks: Alden
    • Replies: @anon
    , @Anonymous Jew
  164. notsaying says:
    @syonredux

    I agree this is great but wondered who this guy is. It turns out he is an expert who knows what he is talking about.

    “Peter Moskos is a professor in the Department of Law, Police Science, and Criminal Justice Administration at John Jay College of Criminal Justice. A Harvard and Princeton trained sociologist and former police officer, Moskos studies people the old-fashioned way: He talks to them.”

    http://www.jjay.cuny.edu/faculty/peter-moskos

    He also has written books and has a blog:

    https://copinthehood.com/

    • Replies: @Hibernian
  165. CCZ says:
    @Joe Stalin

    Even a “mainstream media” report will occasionally explain why the police are trained to “neutralize” the threat (please note that this incident refers to a different “Brandon” – a person in Tennessee):

    Police officers are trained to shoot as many rounds as necessary at the threat they are confronted with until the threat is neutralized – that is, they are trained to fire until the suspect is unable to shoot or in some other way injure the officer, other police or bystanders.

    Why not “shoot to wound” instead?

    For a couple of reasons: First, shooting to wound someone may not stop the threat. If a person is shot in the leg, the threat may still exist as a suspect could still use his or her hands to fire a gun or stab with a knife.

    Second, and most importantly, it takes a skilled marksman to hit someone exactly in the arm or leg, and, most officers are not skilled marskmen. In fact, outside of an old-fashioned TV Western, few people can make that shot, no matter the training.

    Dr. Bill Lewinski, executive director of the Force Science Institute, explained in a position paper for the Institute the physics involved in the notion of training officers – who are often running after suspects – to “shoot to wound.”

    “Hands and arms can be the fastest-moving body parts,” Lewinski said. “For example, an average suspect can move his hand and forearm across his body to a 90-degree angle in 12/100 of a second. He can move his hand from his hip to shoulder height in 18/100 of a second.

    “The average officer pulling the trigger as fast as he can on a Glock, one of the fastest- cycling semi-autos, requires 1/4 second to discharge each round.

    “There is no way an officer can react, track, shoot and reliably hit a threatening suspect’s forearm or a weapon in a suspect’s hand in the time spans involved.”

    David Klinger, a professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, put it another way speaking to ABC News — with officers trying to stop a threat to their life or the lives of others, “Why would we want to injure or maim people?” he said. “It doesn’t stop them.”

    https://www.ajc.com/news/national/here-why-police-don-shoot-wound-the-case-deadly-force/IV4ohtIm6r8FaEMj78u1bO/

    • Thanks: notsaying
  166. Sean says:
    @syonredux

    Yes, it’s a tragedy, but this is what we want them to do when someone is getting killed

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wHFmMhSQ4T4

    Hollywood crap and literary fairy stories aside thre is not reluctance to kill and risk death by men.

    https://fabiusmaximus.com/2015/09/19/martin-van-creveld-women-warriors-89427/
    The combination of combat with cleavage continues to fascinate the male mind. Throughout history, that fascination has led to strange results. Down to the end of the nineteenth century female on female duels — there were a few — always drew crowds of leering men. Nowadays the same happens wherever a “catfight” is announced. Nothing like a couple of half-naked women bashing one another to get to get spectators on their feet! Meanwhile real fighting women remain as rare as they were when Alexander vainly looked for them

    Which did not stop Italy convicting Amanda Knox of murder and witchcraft. Bryant was in her own own front yard with a knife in her right hand; she pushed one then another interloper back several feet with her left . Though he had time to tell her to ‘get down’ twice, Reardon shot four times without ever warning to drop her to drop her knife or that a gun was out. He had seen that she had shoved the fat girl without so much as scratching her, and was doing the same to the girl in pink. Reardon had his right dominant hand on his gun from when he got out his car until minutes after the shooting,. As Bryant began to cross the sidewalk–hand on holstered gun–the fat one got in Bryant’s face knowing full well she and the girl in pink were going to be told to leave, and that Bryant had a knife in her right hand. Provoked, Bryant pushed her one handed. They were in contact for a couple of seconds as Bryant pushed fat girl back and whereupon she fell and lashed out with her feet, and Reardon managed to grab Bryant’s right wrist because she was holding it away from the other girl. Reardon kept his right hand on his holstered gun and had a previously existing injury to left forearm, so lost his grip. Then he pulled his gun out with Bryant’s back to him and as the catfight continued with the girl in pink running in (to fight presumably) and Bryant shoved her back too until she brought her knee up and began flipping off of the car hood as Bryant was shot in the back, I would not be surprised if Reardon is the very first American police officer to shoot dead a 16 year old girl. It is shameful, and has will have signed the death warrant of more than a few cops at the hands of men of Bryant’s race.

    • Replies: @anon
    , @Alden
    , @syonredux
    , @syonredux
  167. Dube says:
    @Steve Sailer

    Brecht was not a nice person.

    Not that he’d care. In his plays he used “distancing” techniques to disallow emotional engagement and identification of the audience with the characters; he wanted conscious intellect to observe and judge. That’s why it’s inane (sorry) to sing “Mack the Knife” as snappy-fingered party music. (But then again, so what.)

    I should hit “MORE” here, but I’ll go on. Long ago I traveled to Manhattan to visit the beautiful editor of the college lit journal during her summer job, and she took me off-Broadway for a production of Threepenny Opera, which I knew nothing about, but I did whisper that oddly I could not find reason to care for the characters. That earned me her touch on my arm and a brief explanation. The explanation, elaborated, is easy now to find online; such touch on the arm, I hope, is something all here have reason to remember.

  168. Truth says:

    Steve-O, the caucazoids are fighting back!

    No gun control!

    https://worldstar.com/video.php?v=wshhmDZ93OJTuxBo0898

  169. syonredux says:
    @AndrewR

    I don’t like seeing the European percentage of the population decrease. More Latinx=fewer Europeans.

  170. Swamp Fox says:
    @Michelle

    Makilla Gorrilla must have thought Pinkie was an oversized Easter Peep and wanted to cut off a chunk to take home.

    • Replies: @AceDeuce
  171. Muggles says:
    @Paleo Liberal

    Hey, Bradly Manning (now Chelsa) did a heroic thing getting those military Iraqi murder videos released. Spent several years in the slam for that too.

    Besides, I’d rather have a fairly conservative transwoman as Governor then a real male (if not gayish) Democrat commissar.

    Of course that’s California, not Texas. We’ve had an alcoholic female Dem governor and one tough wife (Ma Ferguson) also Dem, in Texas but no trans yet.

    Besides, how many Republican politicos in Cali can you name? Any?

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    , @gent
  172. J.Ross says:
    @Muggles

    Jenner has killed more women than Manning.

    • Replies: @Muggles
    , @Reg Cæsar
  173. J.Ross says:
    @Jonathan Mason

    For the most part Jonny Moronic is all but deliberately idiotic, but look at him overflow with sympathy for the procurer whose whole life was training young women to be whores. Proves me right. I would be in the same guilty place.
    It sucks that your boyfriend/employer [BIG FAKE AIR QUOTES] committed suicide [/BFAQ]. Maybe tonight I can be your boyfriend/employer.

    • Replies: @Jonathan Mason
  174. J.Ross says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    Beautiful and unexpectedly iStevey, at the HHC wiki:

    Just imagine looking out your window directly on the East River with nothing intervening between your view of the Statue of Liberty, way down the harbour, and the marvelous beauty of Brooklyn Bridge close above you on your right! All of the great new skyscrapers of lower Manhattan are marshaled directly across from you, and there is a constant stream of tugs, liners, sail boats, etc in procession before you on the river! It’s really a magnificent place to live. This section of Brooklyn is very old, but all the houses are in splendid condition and have not been invaded by foreigners…[4]

    ——
    WTF, did John Khaariy really let his daughter marry an Iranian mullah? Is that true? Looking it up now …

    • Replies: @J.Ross
  175. Alden says:
    @RichardTaylor

    Design in the hem of his dress is anti Semitic. Can easily be mistaken for a swastika. Alert AJC ADL SPLC

  176. Alden says:
    @PiltdownMan

    In England being illegitimate was really a civil
    liability for centuries. Couldn’t be a military or navy officer. Couldn’t work in other professions.
    Smithsonian museum in Washington DC was financed and created by an Englishman named Smithson. He was illegitimate and very bitter about the discrimination. So he gave money to America instead of England for his splendid museum.

    Back in the days of early marriage it was very common for the mother of a 16 year old girl to be 36-40, plenty young enough to have a baby. So the girl’s parents told everyone Mom was pregnant.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  177. Alden says:
    @S

    Settle the periphery. Exactly what the English did with the Scots border bandit tribes. Off to Ireland to genocide the indigenous so the English Gentry merchants craftsmen and shippers could take over when the real Irish were subdued.

    After Oliver. Cromwell, no need for the Scots so off to America to the frontier to be a human wall between the Indians and the coastal Gentry farmers merchants shippers.

    After the revolution the Scots pioneered and drive off the Indians so the wealthier farmers and merchants could take over. Aristocrat, one of the wealthiest men in the country, Washington led more troops against the Whiskey rebels than he did against the British. Vampire capitalist Hamilton created the Whiskey tax to pay France the billion we borrowed to fight the revolution. America collected the tax but never did pay France a dollar franc or louis

    They proved useful to the confederate Gentry during the civil war. If the south had won the Scots would have been treated as badly by the southern Gentry as they were and are by the yankee exploiters of resources and labor.

    I love the music not country western. But Longford Carter old time mountain music barbry Allen, copper kettle I’m a good ol rebel Virgil Caine Johnny Cope bagpipes drums squeaky fiddles My favorite lines “I hate the yankee striped banner” and “ We ain’t paid no whiskey tax since 1792.”

    • Replies: @Anon
    , @S
  178. Hibernian says:
    @Clyde

    Reardon figured out killer vs victim after being on the Knife scene for a few seconds.

    Yea, When A, brandishing a knife, is approaching B, it’s kinda obvious.

  179. Muggles says:
    @J.Ross

    Jenner has killed more women than Manning.

    This is puzzling.

    Who did Jenner supposedly kill?

    Manning was a low level Tech Sgt. in the Army. I am not aware he was a trigger puller or ever was said to kill anyone.

    You may recall he arranged the release of drone footage showing us helos gunning Iraqi EMTs at some kind of nasty aftermath scene. Not in accord with the “rules of war.” Pentagram didn’t like it.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
  180. @anon

    You forget the threat was not to his own life. It was to someone who apparently was a party to an ongoing fight, and far from innocent herself.

  181. Hibernian says:
    @Mr. Anon

    After this he had the effrontery to play in the sickly sweet Hart to Hart and, conversely, to regularly guest star as Tony De Nozzo Sr. on NCIS. De Nozzo Sr. made De Nozzo Jr. (Michael Weatherly) and Leroy Jethro Gibbs (Mark Harmon) look like choirboys.

  182. @ATate

    Take a bow, tough guy on the Internet.

    • Replies: @TWS
  183. Alden says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    Typo it’s actually civil rights for all but Whites law

  184. anon[710] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous Jew

    phthalate poising

    That’s one of the more obvious problems, but estrogenics in general are bad things.
    Both T levels and sperm counts continue to decline across a wide range of countries.

    It will cost money to phase such compounds out of the industrial chemical soup we live in.

    • Replies: @Anonymous Jew
  185. Hibernian says:
    @notsaying

    His father Charles Moskos, a draftee when there was a draft, was a well known military sociologist.

    • Thanks: notsaying
  186. J.Ross says:
    @ATate

    He was being sarcastic, you guys are in agreement, calm down and have a drink.

  187. anon[227] • Disclaimer says:
    @International Jew

    You forget the threat was not to his own life.

    I forget nothing. Sworn peace officers have certain authorities and duties.

    It was to someone who apparently was a party to an ongoing fight, and far from innocent herself.

    “Threat of grave bodily harm or death” is not just a term of art, it has real meaning.

  188. anon[388] • Disclaimer says:
    @Jonathan Mason

    UK….Latest figures (NYT):

    Cases 2,064. –14%
    Deaths 6 –33%

    The UK is basically done. So the Packi’s, FWIW aren’t doing much.

    A minority group can only do so much damage before it becomes irrelevant. The US is lagging the UK be a few weeks.

  189. anon[227] • Disclaimer says:
    @Sean

    Cool story, bro.

  190. Alden says:
    @Sean

    It wasn’t Bryant’s home or front yard. Home belonged to Angela Moore the foster mother .

    The taxpayers paid Moore to shelter, feed clothe and attempt to civilize Godzilla girl About $1,200 a month paid by Franklin County to take care of Godzilla girl. Foster home payments vary according to age and “ needs” . The highest Franklin county pays is $1,300 for special needs kids like Godzilla girl The amount is very high for a foster child. Because of the risk to the foster parents of living with violent vicious kids like Godzilla girl.

    Foster mother might have been killed by Godzilla girl had she been home. After this, Franklin county child services will have a hard time finding foster parents for any child over the age of five.

    Pink girl and White girl were invited guests of the owner of the house and yard, the foster mother.

    Hope you meet a Godzilla girl someday.

    • Replies: @Sean
  191. gent says:
    @Muggles

    This is why conservatism always loses. Absolutely no standards. Seriously? As long as the tranny hates taxes it is right wing?

    • Replies: @Muggles
  192. Alden says:
    @Jonathan Mason

    Remind me, when did all the UK jails and prisons finally install flush toilets and get rid of the nasty buckets the prisoners had to empty and swab our every morning? Was it 1960? 1970?

    Seriously she’s being treated the same as every other prisoner in that federal pre trial jail. The men held in the DC city jail because of criminal trespass misdemeanor on January 6 are physically beaten. One was beaten for hours and is now blind. The worst thing for a White person being in jail or person is that the guards and other prisoners are vicious evil blacks.

    Except in glorious California, the Golden State. Where thanks be to god the guards are mostly civilized Hispanics BTW, federal prisoners, whether lodging in a city jail awaiting trial, in a federal jail awaiting trail or a federal prison after conviction are pampered and privileged compared to prisoners in county jails and state prisons. They have all sorts of rights and privileges city county and state prisoners don’t have.

    It’s a jail. What can one expect?

    • Replies: @Ray P
  193. @Anonymous Jew

    *My 2:4 digit ratio is roughly 1.5 SD below average (ie more ‘masculinized’ brain – low empathizer high systematizer, I also have other traits associated with low ratio among men…)

    **“phthalate poisoning“. That’s what I get for typing all my comments on my phone (less chance of getting doxed and fired).

    • Replies: @anon
  194. @anon

    My point was a potential effect on ideology. If you go to an anti-refugee rally in Europe it’s mostly men; a ‘we welcome all refugees’ rally with heart and rainbow signs is mostly women. Men lean more Republican; women lean Democrat. If you look at typical male-female psychological differences they mirror left-right psychological differences (see Carol Gilligan; Haidt et al). So as men become more feminized due to in-utero hormone disruptions, they also become more feminized ideologically. That’s my theory anyways. 2:4 digit ratio; anogenital distance; sperm count; penis size; moral psychology etc – is it all connected? The Romans poisoned themselves with lead which probably contributed to their downfall. Is in-utero phthalate poisoning partly to blame for the cuckification of soy boy beta males that fall for ethnomasochism and the politics of ‘feelings’?

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    , @Alden
  195. Clyde says:
    @AnotherDad

    The mills–which were never going to stay profitable–are long closed.
    But the Mirpuris keep on giving and giving and giving.

    With Northern England mills closed for good for years, what do they do for work and income? Pakistani run fish n chips shops and drive taxis but they all can’t do this. I think they live off the UK government, one way or another. They also bring in brides and grooms from Pakistan and get handsomely paid for this. The Pakistani family wanting to get an immigration foothold, an entry into the UK.

  196. @Jonathan Mason

    I think it’s one of those songs like The Girl From Ipanema or Frenesi that has a catchy melody and rhythm, but nobody really pays any attention to the words.

    Foe one thing, those hits were in translation. “Ipanema” is a trifle in Portuguese, too, but a trifle by one of its country’s most revered poets. Sadly, Jobim was signed up with BMI, then at war with ASCAP, where the great American wordsmiths all were. Johnny Mercer wanted to work with him, but was prohibited.

    The song is about a grown man watching a 15-year-old sent to a bar alone to fetch cigarettes for her mom. You have at least three cancellation points right there.

    Ella Fitzgerald also did a version called The Boy from Ipanema. I have often noticed before that while Ella Fitzgerald has a gorgeous voice, she is no great interpreter of lyrics.

    Ella Abraça Jobim may have been the artistic nadir of her career. A total mismatch; she was “too darn hot” for bossa nova. The teenage amateurs Astrud Gilberto (a housewife) and Wanda de Sah (a guitar instructor) may not have had the vocal chops to polish Ella’s microphone stand, but they were the perfect avatars for the gentle new genre.

    Another Darin hit was Charles Trenet’s “La Mer”, as “Beyond the Sea”. Gene lees was a Canadian jazz critic who dabbled in song translation as well. When he met Mercer, of whom he was in awe, he told his hero, ” Everything I know about writing lyrics I learned from Cole Porter, you, and Charles Trenet.”

    Mercer replied, “I like how you placed me between two queens.”

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    , @AceDeuce
  197. @Stan Adams

    She spoke Russian in at least one film, the execrable Meteor

    Wouldn’t they have overdubbed Natalie’s voice in that film, just as they must have surely done with Brian Keith’s? I just can’t suspend my disbelief enough to think that Keith could have had a language coach and achieved that level of fluency for a crappy role like that.

    Another good topic for a paper, heh. Take some WW2 pro-Uncle Joe films, ’50s and then ’60s flicks like “The Russians Are Coming!” and then the first “Red Dawn.” Do an analysis of the foreign languages spoken — the pronunciation, especially.

    • Replies: @Franz
  198. Alden says:
    @anon

    Never even seen a real gun. let alone touched any kind of gun in your life it’s obvious. Go back to watching 1940s cowboy movies.

    • LOL: Truth
    • Replies: @International Jew
  199. @JimB

    Night of the Qwaan knives

    Which the NYT and WaPo spell “Q-a-n-o-n”.

  200. @Jonathan Mason

    Actually, the classic example both due to scale and time, is the importation of blacks starting in 1619 since they couldn’t kidnap enough barefooted white urchins to pick the tobacco and cotton.

    I’d bet the cost of appeasing our blacks in one year is greater than the value of all the cotton picked in the slavery days.

    • Agree: Clyde
  201. @J.Ross

    Jenner has killed more women than Manning.

    Jackie Speier has taken more bullets than have almost all the men in Congress.

    Congresswoman Left for Dead at Jonestown Recalls the Massacre, 37 Years Later

    • Agree: Alden
  202. Muggles says:
    @gent

    This is why conservatism always loses. Absolutely no standards. Seriously? As long as the tranny hates taxes it is right wing?

    Conservatism doesn’t always “lose” and anyway, I’m a paleo libertarian. Though culturally conservative for the most part.

    Lots of non right wingers hate taxes too. I don’t know Jenner’s take on that specifically. But I doubt he loves raising taxes like most Dems.

    Your own statement is a clue to why you feel you always lose (so you seem to be saying). People’s actions and beliefs are not determined by their sexual expression. Perhaps you are too bigoted to understand that. Yes, there are generalizations but they are just that.

    While iSteve’s audience here is deep into generalizations based upon superficial characteristics, they are not absolutes. If your worldview is based on disliking others for their superficial characteristics, of course you will lose. So try to avoid that.

    This is also true for Woke leftists, etc. This is why they will be losing soon enough. Their actions (Bidenesque posturing, hating) will be their undoing. Their credibility is low and dropping, since people aren’t all as sheepish and dumb as they think they are.

    Of course wallowing in self pity is big here, and elsewhere. Oddly enough, only a decade ago the “rise of the Tea Party” was the big political Wave of the Future. So relax.

    If Ms. Jenner can fracture the Dems in Cali for a while, or even win, so much the better. We are all God’s children, so they say.

    • Replies: @gent
  203. @Anonymous Jew

    Men lean more Republican; women lean Democrat.

    Sixty years ago, the opposite was true. Women (rightly) preferred Nixon to the skank JFK. Our male leadership damn near ratified the ERA until crowds of women told them they had dare not.

  204. anon[307] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous Jew

    My 2:4 digit ratio is roughly 1.5 SD

    What is your age cohort? Are you over 40? Over 50?
    It would be interesting to do digit ratio surveys on US college campuses, just to see.

    phthalate poisoning

    That stuff is everywhere. Ubiquitous.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phthalate

  205. Muggles says:
    @J.Ross

    I did military computer stuff, including for drone pilots. It doesn’t “count.” Ramming your truck into somebody counts.

    Machine gunning and rocketing EMTs after action also counts. Even if you’re wearing a uniform for the supposed good guys. Apparently you didn’t do that yourself, or have drones doing it.

    Thanks for the Jenner links. Those of us in the real world (outside of California) don’t keep tabs on Bruce’s former problems. Besides it wasn’t Caitlyn!

    But it was ruled an accident due to speed. He paid $800K damages. Good. Not murder though.

    Laura Bush also killed someone in a car accident too. “Murderer” in your eyes, I guess. (Not ruled as such.)

    At least you’ve come up with some reason for opposing Jenner’s bid besides her transition to a woman.

    “Accident prone”, eh…?

    • Replies: @JimDandy
    , @J.Ross
  206. Alden says:
    @Truth

    Check out her Wikipedia entry

    Guh meea coppa keddul
    Guh meea coppa coyoh
    Un nevah mo willa toyoh
    Muh pappy may wiskee
    Granpappy duh too
    Weeain pay no wiskee tas
    Sin sevun een ninneee two

    Mu o womin don citched 2 possums ana bi o fat coon foh suppah wees gon ea gooh duhni danaline sooop too. Wees happy in hillbilly holler gwine ooh a buck dance contest duhmorra

    Summertime en duh weed crop is growin
    Hot as hell and the buds are a aswellin
    Few more weeks an strippers be a sweatin
    Das how daddy keeps Andover tuition a comin
    so hush liddle sonny dooan yu cry.

    • Thanks: Clyde
    • Replies: @Truth
    , @Clyde
  207. Anon[277] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous

    The babylon bee is anti-White garbage.

    Really? What’s your basis for believing that?

  208. Anonymous[117] • Disclaimer says:
    @AnotherDad

    Self-respect … and babies, and a future. It starts with pride and self-respect.

    Could you please elaborate on this idea?

  209. Anonymous[117] • Disclaimer says:
    @International Jew

    A single bullet should have been enough to knock her off balance and break the balance and coordination necessary for a good knife thrust

    Is that how it works?

  210. Anon[239] • Disclaimer says:
    @Alden

    Off to Ireland to genocide the indigenous so the English Gentry merchants craftsmen and shippers could take over when the real Irish were subdued.

    There was never any genocide against the Irish. But the Irish did genocide the indigenous people of the island we know as Ireland.

    • Replies: @Alden
  211. JimDandy says:
    @Achilleus

    I listen to his show when I’m working out, which means you’re a Fed.

    • Replies: @Clyde
  212. JimDandy says:
    @Muggles

    Mental illness isn’t reason enough?

  213. Thurston says:

    I have it on the best authority, late Ma’Khia Bryant’s aunt, that “… she [Ma’Khia] didn’t have no knife or nothing in her hand …”.

    Let’s hear from the late Ma’Khia Bryant’s aunt — “… she didn’t have no knife or nothing in her hand …”.

    Now let’s look at the slo-mo of the shooting and see about that “no knife” with which Ma’Khia Bryant was armed —

  214. @International Jew

    why did the cop have to shoot M’khia four times?

    It’s because the officer did not go, “Oh look. A girl with a knife. Should I fire once or twice?” No, he reacted to an immediate threat with his training, and police are trained to fire multiple shots.

    The Rules
    – When handling a firearm, you always assume it is loaded.
    – Never point a firearm at somebody you do not intend to shoot.
    – If you have to shoot, shoot to kill.

    • Agree: Jim Don Bob, AceDeuce
    • Replies: @Hibernian
  215. S says:
    @Alden

    Yes, a sort of perverse form of ‘people power’.

  216. Sean says:
    @Alden

    They argued all the time and the girls had an open invitation, but the foster mother was not in when they arrived and still not there when the cops arrived after a non adult called them complaining about two grown women behaving threateningly toward her in the house where she lived with her foster mother. Cops resolve these situations by telling people to go to their homes in these situations, as you well know.

    The two young women that ended up with not a scratch from the knife after being in contact with her for multiple seconds each during which Bryant had a knife in her free hand knew Bryant very well and were not in the slightest afraid of her. One got in her face to provoke her knowing who the cops would tell to leave the property, and the other tried to jump in and make it two on one.

    A 16 year old girl is a child without agency on Epstein’s Island, but if dying in a hail of police bullets she is to be assumed to have been Sonny Liston in drag.

  217. @Sean

    And dear old dad kicking the first girl in the head was just all part of this carefully planned charade to put some respect into the real villains, the two girls who were attacked.

    • Replies: @Sean
    , @Alfa158
  218. Alden says:
    @Anon

    Correction 1/4 of the population killed is just attempted genocide.

    • Replies: @Anon
  219. @Reg Cæsar

    When I was in Bodrum on the Turkish Riviera, a car with German license plates pulled up, pointing at the sunset over the Mediterranean and blasted on the stereo the best part of Debussy’s “La Mer.”

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  220. Anon[379] • Disclaimer says:
    @Alden

    Correction 1/4 of the population killed is just attempted genocide.

    Not killed. Are you referring to famine? Vastly exaggerated as to its magnitude. But its cause was primarily overpopulation. The locals enjoyed tremendous growth in population under British governance. They also benefited from British innovation and daring. Who did they have to thank for potatoes? Who gave them access to the vast lands and opportunities of the New World Anglosphere and Old? The English of course.

    I guess you could say that the British “caused” overpopulation by creating favorable conditions for it in Ireland, and thereby “caused” famine. But that’s beyond a real stretch.

    Truth is the Irish owe the English a debt of gratitude. Ingrates.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @Alden
    , @Hibernian
  221. Polistra says:
    @Another Canadian

    So you say, but I’ve seen almost everything imaginable on the streets of NYC but I never saw one of them go up to a group of cops and whack one in the head before. That’s privilege, my friend: or at least the security in knowing no repercussions will result. Or in not caring.

  222. @International Jew

    After all, the Pink Girl was armed with an attack puppy.

  223. Yngvar says:
    @theo the kraut

    Here in Norway 60% of Covid-19 hospitalizations are immigrants.

    • Replies: @theo the kraut
  224. @Steve Sailer

    Yes, if she’d really only had a Chihuahua, as was initially reported, then she’d be innocent, but it seems further intense video analysis has shown that the dog might have been a Boston Terrier, which changes everything.

  225. gent says:
    @Muggles

    Perhaps you are too bigoted to understand that

    Thank you for proving my point.

  226. Clyde says:
    @JimDandy

    Hahahha. Good reply and stay strong! In the gym. Nothing wrong with the old black RnB and Marvin Gaye for background music as you work out. Or any other music that helps pass the time or motivate. Though I like Stones and Animals more.+

  227. J.Ross says:
    @Muggles

    He had no previous history of it: it is perfectly obvious that his whole reason for becoming a tranny was because HE KILLED SOMEONE and needed to distract people from how HE KILLED SOMEONE.

  228. Anonymous[307] • Disclaimer says:
    @International Jew

    Not sure if satire or serious

  229. @Yngvar

    Thanks, do you have links to articles or studies?

    • Replies: @Yngvar
  230. Sean says:
    @Steve Sailer

    The father arrived and the two started screaming at him, then Ma’Khia walked an stood beside him The Father halfheartedly tried to put an arm in front of Ma’Khia The thirty year old woman dressed in pink walked away yelling “This is my momma’s house” (possibly for the benefit of Reardon) .

    Fat girl got a little closer meaning right im Ma’khia’s face. It is not clear that when Ma’Khia then tackled fat girl she knew there was a cop a few yards behind her. Ma’khia Bryant ended up being kicked by a prone fat girl and grabbed by Reardon. She staggered around them both, and Readon drew his gun.

    The father seems to stayed out it until the thirty year old woman dressed in pink ran at an off balance Ma’khia from the side. He tried to come between them, but Ma’khia seeing the aggressive thirty year old woman coming at her pushed her back. The father then kicked the fat ‘girl’ who Ma’khia now had her back to while shoving Pinkie. Ma’khia also had her back to the Officer Reardon who she hadn’t seen with a gun out, and who did not warn her he was about to fire it at her and/or tell her to drop the knife, before shooting her four times with powerful military grade 9mm ammunition. All this happened in the front yard of Ma’khia Bryant’s home.

    • Troll: TWS
  231. Ed says:
    @Anonymous

    That video perfectly captures black culture, selfish, uncaring and nasty.

  232. Anonymous[307] • Disclaimer says:
    @Alden

    Bastard is a fine old English (well Norman) surname. It dates from the time when the word didn’t have the same moral connotations that it does today. The Normans were pretty relaxed about these things given the origins of their most famous king.

  233. Gabe Ruth says:
    @Jonathan Mason

    You only think that because of JW123’s efforts in these comments. She’s no where near Chauvin’s name recognition.

  234. Truth says:
    @Alden

    Check out her Wikipedia entry

    Guh meea coppa keddul
    Guh meea coppa coyoh
    Un nevah mo willa toyoh
    Muh pappy may wiskee
    Granpappy duh too
    Weeain pay no wiskee tas
    Sin sevun een ninneee two

    Mu o womin don citched 2 possums ana bi o fat coon foh suppah wees gon ea gooh duhni danaline sooop too. Wees happy in hillbilly holler gwine ooh a buck dance contest duhmorra

    Summertime en duh weed crop is growin
    Hot as hell and the buds are a aswellin
    Few more weeks an strippers be a sweatin
    Das how daddy keeps Andover tuition a comin
    so hush liddle sonny dooan yu cry.

    LMAO!

    Aldey, I am assuming that that is Jersey Joe Walcott era ebonics, but I got about 3 lines of it.

    I used to work in the most Navajo city in America and didn’t learn 5 words of it, but that is what… whatever it is you wrote, reminded me of…

    • Replies: @Alden
  235. Anonymous[307] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anon

    The English in the 16th and 17th centuries tried to do in Ireland what their ancestors did in Great Britain a thousand years before (and what their descendants would do in North America a few centuries later): drive the natives off the best land and force them elsewhere. This isn’t ‘genocide’ but it still isn’t very nice. Connaught was to have been the Irish ‘Wales’.

    It was the arrival of the potato which saved the Irish from ending up like the Welsh. The potato thrives in marginal land and is highly nutritious, enabling the Irish to keep up their numbers despite loss of their most valuable lands.

  236. Of Stabetha (pronounced Stuh-BEETH-uh)

    and Pinkkeisha:

    Nothing of value was lost.

    Nothing of value was saved.

  237. Ray P says:
    @Alden

    It’s amazing that someone would prefer a Mexican jail to an American one. And a few Brits in the UK only got indoor flush toilets in their domestic houses during the nineteen seventies. I think Her Majesties’ Hotel residents still had to slop out during the nineteen nineties in a few of the oldest jails.

  238. anon[350] • Disclaimer says:
    @Sean

    A 16 year old girl is a child without agency on Epstein’s Island, but if dying in a hail of police bullets she is to be assumed to have been Sonny Liston in drag.

    Yet a emotional troll by any other name is just as tiresome.

  239. Alfa158 says:
    @Steve Sailer

    I had to laugh when I saw Sean claim that Mack wasn’t trying to knife anyone, she was just shoving them. I realized then that he might be an old Boomer like me and a fan of They Call Me Trinity, a Spaghetti Western comedy that spoofed Sergio Leone. The eponymous sometime outlaw sometime bounty hunter is bringing in a farmer for murder. The suspect explains it was just an accident:
    “This Gringo was trying to make love to my wife so I pushed him away from her with a little knife.”
    “A little knife?”
    “Si, a little, little knife. When he fell down and his black eyes rolled up into his skull I think, maybe he hit his head”

  240. @J.Ross

    Well apparently you have heard all the evidence on both sides and I have not.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
  241. @unit472

    Your first mistake is having a Facebook account. Delete it and go about living your life, you’ll be much happier.

    • Agree: J.Ross
  242. @International Jew

    #2 immunizes the officer, and indeed any reasonable innocent (uninvolved), who comes to the aid of someone facing criminal, mortal danger.

    Mutual defense.

    It’s lawyer-DEM style nuts to think that a “militiaman” should stand down until somebody (a government bureaucrat?) figures out (2 years later) who started it.

    [MORE]

    Should some bureaucrat later determine that the militiaman, acting on behalf of the person threatened with injury, killed the “wrong” person, then responsibility for that wrongful death lies with the person saved.

    • Replies: @International Jew
  243. @Clyde

    Clyde, not to troll your post, but bodies in the streets or clogging the Ganges River are common place in India. Some one can link a photo of all the bodies in the river while people bathe nearby, or brush their teeth. India has very unhealthy conditions.

    • Replies: @Clyde
  244. @Steve Sailer

    Debussy deliberately avoided the sea when composing his “La Mer”, preferring to go by memory. Trenet’s was inspired by Étang du Thau on the Gulf of Lion in the Mediterranean:

    Lithuanian composer and painter Mikalojus Čiurlionis also composed “The Sea” and painted “The Sea at Night”. All he needed was a poem to complete the hat trick. But he couldn’t speak Lithuanian.

  245. Alden says:
    @Anon

    I didn’t refer to the 1840s famine. I refer to what King James’ 1 & Charles 1 Scots border bandits began and Oliver Cromwell finished between 1610 and 1650. 1/4 slaughtered and 1/4 sent off to slavery in America and the Caribbean. Killed or removed into slavery so the English Gentry merchants and shippers could move in. It fits the United Nations definition of genocide.

    By 1640, the English government sent the Scots residing in Ireland to America. Their job was done. The indigenous Irish had been killed or subdued. Time for the Scots border bandits to leave and the English Gentry farmers merchants and shippers to move in.

    Also something to do with the Scots insane Jewish Calvinist religion of refusing to attend church on Christmas Whitsun, Easter and other Holy Days because those are Christian holidays.

    All of Britain was officially Christian and the King was head of the Church. There was a law that every person in England Ireland and Scotland had to belong to; and attend on major Christian holidays and every Sunday the official church whose head was the King of England. Those who did not attend were heavily fined. For every violation until they lost everything.

    The Scots living in Ireland refused to attend the Christian church and so were deported. Just like the native Irish. And like the native Irish many became chattel slaves in the Caribbean and America, bred with blacks and became black themselves. Still kept their wanna be Jew Calvinism though.

  246. Alden says:
    @Anonymous Jew

    They have anti refugee demonstrations in Europe? Aren’t they illegal and subject to the harshest punishment? Or does the media just refuse to cover them?

    • Replies: @Anonymous Jew
  247. Alden says:
    @Sean

    Scrabble name Bryant outweighed the cop who killed her by about 40 pounds. She was Sonny Liston in drag. Best of all, she hadn’t spawned any little black bastards yet Unfortunately , she has siblings to carry on the lineage.

    Angela Moore is the householder, not Godzilla Bryant. As a foster child, Godzilla Bryant has no right, either by law or custom; to object to foster parents guests coming to the house. Just as a natural biological child has no right to object to parents guests coming to the house.

    Pink girl and White girl planned a little birthday party for Moore. Arrived an hour before Moore got off work. Moore’s house, Moore’s guests Moore’s friends, Bryant had no right to object to their presence in the house. Or the presence of any other guests household help delivery men or workers in the house.

  248. TWS says:
    @restless94110

    How could making themselves, their family, and their neighborhood targets help anything? All twelve would have to agree to that to acquit. A mistrial or hung jury does nothing.

    This is happening. All of Tiny Duck’s black pills are coming true. Not in the gentle organic way he presents it as. No, it’s going to be engineered, astroturf and pre planned. Every single time a black person is shot or even insufficiency worshipped by the police, we’ll get these staged media events. It’s a deliberate thing and if that poor cop had been acquitted the feds would have prosecuted him.

    • Replies: @restless94110
  249. TWS says:
    @Alden

    Six four was the highway patrol standard in my state until the early seventies. Now I’m not sure there is a minimum height standard. At five nine I imagine you can handle yourself with the proper conditioning, training and grit. But only experience combined with a man’s nature can show grit and no police academy teaches that anymore.

    Even if you’re good at combat sports, that does not guarantee it will translate to actual hands on. You’re right they cannot raise standards where it matters.

    • Agree: AceDeuce
  250. @Alden

    That’s not actually true, and second of all, your doomsday stockpile of guns, ammo and porn doesn’t in any way qualify you to know how a person responds to getting shot.

    • Replies: @Alden
  251. @Abolish_public_education

    I’m very much in favor of police energetically doing their job, and I’m the last person who’d want my local police force replaced with social workers. I’m just saying, in this case, I think one shot would have neutralized the threat to Pink Girl.

    Granted that shot needed to hit Ma’khia, not miss her. And to hit her where she’d notice it like (least lethaly) a bone. But, hey, that cop was a pretty good shot. He just needed to hit Ma’khia’s ample rear end to be assured of hitting some part of her hip. The pain and the shock of that would take her down quick.

    If she was coming at him with that knife, or coming at a citizen who was clearly uninvolved, then sure, pumping her full of lead would have been fine.

  252. TWS says:
    @International Jew

    If anything you are playing internet tough guy.

    Unless you hit the heart or head, and not always even then, you cannot drop somebody with one shot. Most folks don’t go down with one pistol shot. There’s no such thing as ‘shoot to wound’. It is in fact illegal to do so. I’ll let Google or wherever you go for something you are ignorant about inform you.

  253. @Alden

    I don’t follow the latest or the various hate speech laws across Europe. But you can find quite a bit online. I recall reading about a pro-BLM or immigrant demonstration somewhere in Europe and, in response, some locals hung a sign out their window listing people killed by the “rapeugees”. The police made them take down the sign because it was controversial (can’t remember the exact reasoning). In any case, hate speech laws always nullify free speech because what’s considered “hate” is defined by whoever is in power (eg anti-White hate is OK, but not anti-Black hate). So instead of a war of ideas you have a fight for power, more violence etc.

    In the US we just have defacto totalitarianism – at least for now. The left can’t use government action (excepting selective prosecution etc), but they’ll get you fired and mobilize a mob of people to protest outside of your house. See the latest example of the Army sergeant berating a ‘teen’ that was assaulting local women in the sergeants gated community.

  254. Clyde says:
    @Buffalo Joe

    Clyde, not to troll your post, but bodies in the streets or clogging the Ganges River are common place in India. Some one can link a photo of all the bodies in the river while people bathe nearby, or brush their teeth. India has very unhealthy conditions.

    Perhaps the ChiComs dropped a new and improved Covid-23 into India. But the high Covid death toll is real in India as far as I can tell.
    Below is a comment from someone in India. From a different site of course.

    IndieRaga • an hour ago
    Sadly it IS true 😢
    Just Pray for Us 🙏❤️

  255. Alden says:
    @Truth

    Not Ebonics my native White trash hillbilly holler native tongue. Didn’t you notice buck dance contest? Shoulda been a clue . You’re an idiot

    • Replies: @Truth
  256. Alden says:
    @International Jew

    We don’t have a stock pile of guns or ammo. Or any interest in hunting or shooting.

    • Replies: @Buffalo Joe
  257. Clyde says:
    @Alden

    Got a copper kettle
    Some coiled copper tubing too (for a still)
    So I will never toil again
    Pappy and grand dad make whisky
    Paid no tax since 1972

    My old woman caught 2 possums and big fat coon, that are going into the stew pot
    We’ll also eat dandelion soup
    We are happy in hillbilly holler, going to a buck a dance contest tomorrow

    Marijuana crop is coming in
    And is how daddy pays my Andover tuition

  258. Hibernian says:
    @James Speaks

    “Aim center of mass,” it means more or less the same thing.

    • Replies: @AceDeuce
  259. Hibernian says:
    @Sean

    The two young women that ended up with not a scratch from the knife after being in contact with her for multiple seconds each during which Bryant had a knife in her free hand knew Bryant very well and were not in the slightest afraid of her.

    And we know this how? Because the decedent’s family’s lawyer said so?

    BTW, being near someone, even very near, and being in contact with them, are not the same thing.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
  260. Hibernian says:
    @Anon

    Who did they have to thank for potatoes?

    Irish people at that time generally lived under a system of land tenure in which they worked as laborers on estates which were diversified, including grain meet, and dairy products. Thet received the right to use, as tenants, very small plots of land on which the potato was the only crop they could cultivate to sustain themselves. Large amounts of nutritious food were exported while many people were starving or dying of disease after being weakened by hunger. Relief measures were taken by the British only very belatedly and very callous statements were made by British officials, especially a Mr. Trevelyan.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    , @Anonymous
  261. J.Ross says:
    @Jonathan Mason

    THE DOCTOR IS SICK
    but do go on goon depending on MSM surely they’ll steer ya rite

  262. J.Ross says:
    @Hibernian

    I rather like the bit where he’s a telepath and he has perfect knowledge of people’s thoughts. Really useful that is.

    • Replies: @res
  263. J.Ross says:
    @Hibernian

    Is a holocaust really a holocaust if there aren’t any gazillion dollar charities which enjoy the power to censor?

  264. Anonymous[329] • Disclaimer says:
    @Hibernian

    Thet received the right to use, as tenants, very small plots of land on which the potato was the only crop they could cultivate to sustain themselves. Large amounts of nutritious food were exported while many people were starving or dying of disease after being weakened by hunger.

    Please refer to population growth figures, which cast doubt on these grievance theories.

    • Replies: @Hibernian
  265. Truth says:
    @Alden

    I don’t know Aldey, I never ran moonshine for a living, sue me. And this had something to do with Condoleeza Rice, LOL? I had no idea what you were trying to do I thought you were from California, but maybe you grew up somewhere without shoes? Multiple times a week we get someone here trying to write in ebonics this just looked like an incomprehensible version of that.

    Aldey, you are a strange one, that’s for certain.

    • Replies: @Alden
  266. Hibernian says:
    @Anonymous

    Population growth doesn’t refute what I said, which was limited to the land tenure system and British handling of the Famine.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  267. J.Ross says:
    @J.Ross

    Of course this was wrong, she married a Californian Persian doctor and not a mullah.

  268. AceDeuce says:
    @Anon

    Ironically, “What a Wonderful World” was written by a White Man.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
  269. AceDeuce says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    Speaking of bossa nova, Lees wrote the English lyrics to “Corcovado”, among other things.

  270. AceDeuce says:
    @George

    “Street violence of the interwar years was a theme in German movies.”

    Nothing cheers me up like seeing my society becoming like Germany in the 1930s.

    • LOL: Sean
  271. @Alden

    Alden, so you do have a stock pile of porn?

  272. @TWS

    All twelve would have to agree to that to acquit. A mistrial or hung jury does nothing.

    A hung jury does nothing? Are you joking right now? A mistrial does nothing?

    The judge should have declared mistrials at least 7 times. A hung jury would have brought the wrath down and then it could have been put down by the military or by armed citizens. Defend your country. Defend your system of justice.

    Why don’t you sit in the corner of your kitchen, hold your head in your hands, and weep uncontrollably? Guess what? They still coming for you.

    There’s nowhere to run. Putting it off because you are afraid and the big bad meanies are there outside the courtroom walls? That is not viable. It won’t stop these screaming banshees from Hell! The only bulwark is the system of justice in America. If no one-not the judge, not the jury, not the citizens-cares?

    What kind of country do you have left?

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    , @TWS
  273. @AceDeuce

    It’s almost as if when white and black Americans influence each other, they make pretty pop music.

    • Replies: @AceDeuce
  274. @Buffalo Joe

    He did say “we”, which I read as him and his hand.

    • Replies: @Alden
  275. AceDeuce says:
    @Steve Sailer

    Yes, you’re right.

    Not to be a one note Charlie (no pun intended), but my take is that blacks try to appropriate all of the credit for their musical accomplishments–one of the only fields, other than sports-that they’ve done anything worthwhile in at all–the truth is that Whites contributed FAR more to American music than blacks admit (or know-knowledge being another White thang).

    Oh, and we invented fried chicken and waffles, too…..

  276. AceDeuce says:
    @Hibernian

    Welp, if Stabby McGroid in Columbus had any more “center of mass” to offer, she’d need her own ZIP Code.

  277. Franz says:
    @Kibernetika

    Wouldn’t they have overdubbed Natalie’s voice in that film

    Get a fluent Russian speaker with an ear for dialect, because Natalie DID say she spoke “Russian with an American accent” which might make her more believable in that role. She would have enjoyed it. She said her background was very important to her.

  278. Truth says:
    @Buffalo Joe

    Aldey is well into her 70’s. Her porn is Harold Robbins novels.

  279. res says:
    @J.Ross

    It actually is useful. For us. That is a great tell for a lying troll.

  280. AceDeuce says:
    @Swamp Fox

    Or the world’s largest Honey Baked Ham……

  281. Alden says:
    @Truth

    You claimed I was wrong when I wrote that Condaleeza Rice at age 27, with a PhD in Russian Studies from a nobody ever heard of university was handed an affirmative action job as Provost of Ultra prestige Stanford University

    California you’ve never heard of the Okies, Merle Haggard other country western singers? The N Ca lumberjacks the liberals and communists made unemployable because of Spotted owls? The lumberjacks who started growing weed and became multimillionaires? White working class men the liberals communists and Jews thought they destroyed but are wealthier than the liberals who destroyed their livelihood?

    Ebonics indeed I put in buck dance as a clue.

    Spotted Owls. The evil liberals closed down the lumber industry along the entire pacific coast to save the Spotted Owls. Real goal was to destroy White men’s means of earning a living. But ha ha ha the Sootted Iwks are going extinct Because barn owls from the Midwest crossed the Rocky Mountains and ate mist of the Spotted Iwls

    • Replies: @Truth
  282. Alden says:
    @Buffalo Joe

    We have stock piles of electrical cable fittings and tools and several thousand books.

  283. Alden says:
    @International Jew

    We, meaning me,Mrs Alden and husband Mr Alden. You guys have dirty minds.

  284. Anonymous[349] • Disclaimer says:
    @Hibernian

    Population growth doesn’t refute what I said, which was limited to the land tenure system and British handling of the Famine.

    How do you account for the population explosion then?

  285. Anonymous[349] • Disclaimer says:
    @restless94110

    The judge should have declared mistrials at least 7 times.

    On what occasions? With what justification?

  286. Truth says:
    @Alden

    You claimed I was wrong when I wrote that Condaleeza Rice at age 27, with a PhD in Russian Studies from a nobody ever heard of university was handed an affirmative action job as Provost of Ultra prestige Stanford University

    Yes Aldey, and you were. She as in fact 39, and had been employed by Stanford for 12 years.

    The evil liberals closed down the lumber industry along the entire pacific coast to save the Spotted Owls. Real goal was to destroy White men’s means of earning a living.

    The truth in this, as usual, is much more complicated than you make it. Everything is not always “Duh whyte man be holdin me’ (duh whyte man) downn.”

  287. @Anonymous

    As a lawyer you should know. So. Examine the trial in detail, prepare your analysis, and then get back to me. Your deadline is: 72 hours from now. Let us synchronize our watches.

    Alternatively? Use your fucking intellect.

    Thanks for not displaying any longer your intense ignorance of the judicial process in America. Appreciate it.

  288. @Anonymous

    On contemplation, I realize that I have been too harsh on the mentally challenged (i.e., you), so here’s just one of the many times the scaredy-.cat judge should have ordered a mistrial:

    Maxine Watter’s sudden appearance (with armed guards accompanying) demanding a guilty verdict. The cowardly judge could not bring himself to do what he was encharged to do, so he gave a numbly speech about it being overturned on appeal. He could have and should have immediately ruled it a mistrial.

    Bonus for you: having a juror who was a radical black supremacist who now claims he had to “school” a few fellow jurors and crows like a cockatoo on LSD that the verdict should have been rendered in 20 seconds after sequestration.

    There you go. That is 2 of the many. Find the rest. Treat it as a kind of a 21st century jig saw puzzle. I’m sure it will all come into focus for you if you try.

  289. @Anonymous

    Part III:
    On further contemplation, what do call a person named Maxine Waters, who deliberately flies out of her district with armed guards in order to speak her mess on a trial in progress?

    Richard Nixon made international headlines when he made a brief comment on the upcoming Charles Manson trial.

    Yet this retarded, low-IQ bitch can come into the jurisdiction, stir up shit, and then leave, escorted by her armed guards?

    You take an oath to uphold and be loyal to the Constitution when you take office.

    How do her actions comport with that oath?

    What do you call a person who does not comport with her oath to follow and be loyal to our Constitution?

    Hint: it starts with tr.

  290. Yngvar says:
    @theo the kraut

    Correction: 35% of all admitted total so far is foreign born, while 60% admitted in the week beginning 12. April was a immigrant. The enrichment is 15% of the population.
    News report in Norwegian: https://www.nettavisen.no/nyheter/fhi-60-prosent-av-nye-koronainnlagte-er-utenlandskfodte/s/12-95-3424117646

    • Thanks: theo the kraut
  291. @Jonathan Mason

    So exactly how, in what passes for your “mind,” would Pink Girl go about forcing the major semitic narrative promotion agencies to publicize her statement if it did not support their desired narrative?

  292. Hibernian says:
    @Anonymous

    You are a troll who asks many questions but never answers any.

  293. J.Ross says:
    @International Jew

    LEAVE IT TO A JUDEAN TO HATE A SAMARITAN!!

  294. J.Ross says:
    @Buffalo Joe

    I am concerned that she has porn but not the right porn. Exampli gratia, Domina Malignant Imp has several vids which frankly are satire and The Present Reality and Real at their highest possible mainstream-acceptable forms and far superior to anything Hollywood or SNL or NerFlix can offer. In one a high school nerd complains to a teacher about getting beaten up by a cheerleader he never should have tried to hit on, and the teacher says, uh, well, yeah, right, the cheerleader pretty much has the right idea. In another the populace is enslaved by a GUI which reads their thoughts and uses endorphin rushes to select for obedience. Is that not what is actually happening?

  295. TWS says:
    @restless94110

    Ok tough guy. Try not to beclown yourself so hard next time. It makes your joke fall flat.

    Yes it would have made no difference. The feds were literally standing in the wings waiting to change him.

    You want to fight glowie? You go right ahead. If you and your crack militia made up of two internet tough guys, three informants and six alphabet soup agencies can just light this candle you’ll lead us all into the great Turner Diaries.

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