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From Arutz Sheva:

Right-wing activists invite infiltrators to leftists’ homes

Illegal immigrants in Tel Aviv ‘invited’ to actress Sarah Silverman’s sister’s home as right-wing activists distribute ‘invitations’.

Contact Editor Yoni Kempinski/Mordechai Sones, 29/01/18 18:26

Dr. Michael Ben-Ari and Baruch Marzel arrived in southern Tel Aviv today and distributed leaflets to infiltrators in Tigrinya, the language spoken by natives of Eritrea and parts of Ethiopia.

The leaflets contain addresses and phone numbers of left-wing activists and Meretz MKs who have backed the demand by some infiltrators to be given legal status in Israel. Marzel and Ben-Ari encouraged infiltrators to avail themselves of the leftist activists’ “hospitality” personally by providing the activists’ personal contact information in mock invitations.

“This is the address where to go,” Marzel directs a puzzled infiltrator he approached. “A very good place to live, nice house. Free meals, free everything; you can do anything. Mrs. Silverman (Reform Rabbi Susan Silverman, sister of actress Sarah Silverman) and Member of Knesset Ilan Gilon in Ashdod – they’re ready to take you, you can live in a very good place for free with the family, with your friends, you could go there, live there anytime you want.”

Marzel explained to Arutz Sheva that “I think my offer to Ilan Gilon is very tempting, and the offer of so-called Rabbanit Silverman, whose husband became a billionaire in Africa and sends her with the money he makes in Africa to speak ill of [Israel] as if they’re Nazis and behaving improperly. So I suggest that the Arabs and the infiltrators go and live with them. They will receive them well, give them free meals; sure, Mr. Silverman has lots of money, after all.”

Dr. Ben-Ari explained the flyer’s content: “The flyers offer infiltrators a comfortable place to live: ‘We invite you to come to us, and when they deport you, you will find with us a warm home; with us you’ll find free food,’ etc.

This is very funny, but I’m totally against giving out private addresses, no matter how much they might deserve it. Bad things can spiral out of the control and expectations of the pranksters.

The example I always cite is John Lennon self-doxxing himself in interviews in 1979-1980 in which he was a good sport about pointing out that he wasn’t exactly living up to the lyrics he wrote for “Imagine:” he himself owned expensive property in which he lived within the massive Dakota building on Central Park in Manhattan.

But what could be the danger from Lennon’s revelations? He was as secure within the Dakota’s fortress-like walls as anybody could be.

 
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  1. This has been kicked around for a while now, but so far nobody has done it in America as far as I know.

    Sarah Silverman would be a great person to start with, because she’s obnoxious and also it would instantly draw attention to Israel’s immigration policies, which is always a good thing.

    • Agree: Realist
    • Replies: @Neoconned
    @27 year old

    Sarah Silverman is hot as you know what. Even at 40something I'd consider marrying her in a heartbeat.

    But then I see her repulsive personality & I'd rather get w a fat chick.

    Anyway I like this strategy....send the Africans or whatever other deadbeats to the homes of those who invite them in...

    Replies: @Rosamond Vincy

  2. “Right-wing activists” had me scratching my noggin, but then I saw they were Jews, and not Whites, so therefore not Nazis or White Supremacists.

    • Agree: TomSchmidt
    • LOL: DCThrowback
  3. One doesn’t have to give out private addresses one should just to mention the general areas where they should go. Like Malibu that was mentioned here not long ago, and all the lily white progressive zones in New York and other such cities. I really don’t know why people have not already done this, it shouldn’t take too much to pool some money to hire some buses, and pay for things like tents for people to go there and create their own “Jungle of Calais”, if somebody decided to do this I would definitely donate.

    Another excellent candidate is Davos, send all those African immigrants crossing the water straight there. Make it impossible even with the highest of security for all the Oligarchs to avoid the new realities.

    • Agree: Mis(ter)Anthrope
    • Replies: @Thomas
    @neutral

    FWIW, Malibu does have a homeless encampment that's been of some concern lately given the bad brushfires in the Santa Monica Mountains last year. http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-malibu-fire-concerns-20180129-story.html

    Replies: @Buck

    , @Dan Hayes
    @neutral

    neutral:

    Your proposal had been done some time ago during the Civil Rights agitation era when a bunch of low-life Southern blacks were given one-way bus tickets to the Cape Cod Kennedy compound.

    Of course once the media's eyes were averted the refugees were driven out of town (and of course, very politely).

    , @reiner Tor
    @neutral


    One doesn’t have to give out private addresses one should just to mention the general areas where they should go. Like Malibu that was mentioned here not long ago, and all the lily white progressive zones in New York and other such cities.
     
    I would be willing to give $ to those who organized one way bus trips for undocumented DREAMers convicted of felonies etc. Similar trips for any shades of African/MENA/South Asian refugees in Europe. Always dump them into the richest liberal areas and tell them to just ask residents there for money, because they are all generous warm-hearted people.

    Replies: @Neoconned

    , @Neoconned
    @neutral

    If any of you know rich ppl in LA they should round up a few hundred homeless and bus them into Malibu....they can sleep and defecate on the private beaches until the riot police show up

  4. Jews would crack down on us if we tried that in the US because Jews were once refugees too. Since only Nazis are against open borders, it would be the major anti-Semitic hate crime du jour.

  5. It’s funny in theory but as suggested the scope for absolute mayhem and violence in retaliation ought to outweigh any first-strike high fiving. The folks targeted are unlikely to lack friends in a position to have the immediate threat stopped forthwith. And then…

    Lurking in the back of my head is a supposed saying that the Irish hold great grudges. Maybe so, but intuition suggests that they’re probably little leaguers in that black art compared to Jews.

    Am I allowed to say that? I recall hearing about the woman in Argentina whose prized possession was the key to the house in Seville owned by the family at the time of the expulsion from Spain. 500+ years…

    • Replies: @Dave Pinsen
    @Cortes


    Am I allowed to say that? I recall hearing about the woman in Argentina whose prized possession was the key to the house in Seville owned by the family at the time of the expulsion from Spain. 500+ years…
     
    Who wouldn't hold onto a 500+ year old family heirloom? I doubt she's sleeping on the new owner's stoop.

    But the idea that Jews are the only people with long historical memories is contradicted by (among other things) the kerfuffle over Columbus Day every year. Lots of non-Jews are still sore about 1492.

    Replies: @L Woods, @Reg Cæsar, @Charles Erwin Wilson, @PiltdownMan, @istevefan, @Anonymous

    , @Karl
    @Cortes

    5 Cortes > The folks targeted are unlikely to lack friends in a position to have the immediate threat stopped forthwith


    Not true, in the current constellation of the Israel Police.

    Even ==more== untrue with respect to the Magav (conscript gendarmerie, composed of the kids of the mizrachi Joe Sixpacks of Israel. The kids whose "ASVAB scores" weren't high enough to get them into a technical training.


    The job of the magav is to do street fighting with the Palestinians. The magav-niks don't have much sympathy for leftists

  6. “Bad things can spiral out of the control” . As if they haven’t already .

    “I’m totally against giving out private addresses” . So you prefer “Area Bombing” to “Precision Bombing” .

  7. Marzel explained to Arutz Sheva that “I think my offer to Ilan Gilon is very tempting, and the offer of so-called Rabbanit Silverman,

    I like the use of “so called” here. I think female rabbis have only come about in the last 100 or so years. For sure the orthodox Jews will don’t have them. Their women are too busy carrying, giving birth and minding the children.

    • Replies: @Harry Baldwin
    @Clyde

    Q: What is the difference between a Conservative Jewish wedding, an Orthodox Jewish wedding, and a Reform Jewish wedding?

    A: At a Conservative wedding, the bride is pregnant. At an Orthodox wedding, the mother of the bride is pregnant. At a Reform wedding, the rabbi is pregnant.

    Replies: @BRF

  8. Mrs. Silverman (Reform Rabbi Susan Silverman, sister of actress Sarah Silverman)

    Why is she “Mrs Silverman”? Isn’t she Mrs Abramowitz?

    Or does Arutz Sheva follow the German practise of Frau-ing all women beyond a certain age, e.g. Chancellor Angela?

    Here’s how Susan describes growing up in Bedford, N.H.:

    “I remember as a kid that the only other Democrats I knew were the other Jews,” she says. “So I thought that being Jewish meant that you vote for George McGovern. Like, ‘We have Hanukkah and we vote for Democrats.’ That was the extent of my knowledge.”
    https://www.thedailybeast.com/sarah-and-susan-silverman-comedian-and-rabbi-are-perfect-sisters

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @Reg Cæsar


    “I remember as a kid that the only other Democrats I knew were the other Jews,” she says. “So I thought that being Jewish meant that you vote for George McGovern. Like, ‘We have Hanukkah and we vote for Democrats.’ That was the extent of my knowledge.”
     
    I don't want to put words in his mouth but reading that I can hear Dennis Prager groan, "you haven't aged a day."
    -------
    Know why vigilantism (and pranking past a certain threshold) is bad? Research Waco and Ruby Ridge. They aren't people who disagree with our politics. They want us dead, and they want physical activities with bad optics (or that take a minute to contextualize) to justify a police execution, even as they scream bloody murder about a six-foot three hundred pound attacker trying to grab a service weapon.

    Replies: @Rod1963

  9. @Reg Cæsar

    Mrs. Silverman (Reform Rabbi Susan Silverman, sister of actress Sarah Silverman)
     
    Why is she "Mrs Silverman"? Isn't she Mrs Abramowitz?

    Or does Arutz Sheva follow the German practise of Frau-ing all women beyond a certain age, e.g. Chancellor Angela?

    Here's how Susan describes growing up in Bedford, N.H.:

    “I remember as a kid that the only other Democrats I knew were the other Jews,” she says. “So I thought that being Jewish meant that you vote for George McGovern. Like, ‘We have Hanukkah and we vote for Democrats.’ That was the extent of my knowledge.”
    https://www.thedailybeast.com/sarah-and-susan-silverman-comedian-and-rabbi-are-perfect-sisters

    Replies: @J.Ross

    “I remember as a kid that the only other Democrats I knew were the other Jews,” she says. “So I thought that being Jewish meant that you vote for George McGovern. Like, ‘We have Hanukkah and we vote for Democrats.’ That was the extent of my knowledge.”

    I don’t want to put words in his mouth but reading that I can hear Dennis Prager groan, “you haven’t aged a day.”
    ——-
    Know why vigilantism (and pranking past a certain threshold) is bad? Research Waco and Ruby Ridge. They aren’t people who disagree with our politics. They want us dead, and they want physical activities with bad optics (or that take a minute to contextualize) to justify a police execution, even as they scream bloody murder about a six-foot three hundred pound attacker trying to grab a service weapon.

    • Replies: @Rod1963
    @J.Ross

    Bad examples.

    Waco and Ruby Ridge were prime examples of the Feds finding white people who weren't bothering anyone and setting them up to be murdered.

    They didn't do anything to anyone. They were preyed upon by two out of control agencies - the DEA and FBI.

    BTW police need little in the way of excuses to murder white people for no reason. Since most of the victims are just working class slobs or homeless, no one gives a shit. Least of all the HBD crowd.

    And in case you haven't noticed that the establishment has all but declared open season on whites. The MSM routinely demonizes us, same with academia along with the LGBT and ethnic groups. Blacks can prey on us via the "knockout game" with impunity.

    They dump 3rd world savages in our towns across the country, give them special privileges to do as they please and we can't touch them. When they rape or murder us, the police and MSM protect them.

    And you're worried about some pranking getting out of hand. You're 30 years too late.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Anonymous

  10. Lennon, in his older age, with the nastiness of young John behind him, could be a surprisingly good sport about a lot of things. He usually allowed fans to take pictures with him and stopped outside his own house to sign records. When two teens sneaked past security and showed up at his door for an autograph, Lennon wound up being a softy and giving them jobs as errand boys. Incidentally, his politics seemed also to be moving notably to the right, but I digress. His senseless death is still sad to think about.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @SEATAF

    Lennon was pretty blitzed by drugs in the mid 1970s but was starting to recover his mental balance in the year or two before his murder.

    Replies: @Buzz Mohawk, @J.Ross

  11. @SEATAF
    Lennon, in his older age, with the nastiness of young John behind him, could be a surprisingly good sport about a lot of things. He usually allowed fans to take pictures with him and stopped outside his own house to sign records. When two teens sneaked past security and showed up at his door for an autograph, Lennon wound up being a softy and giving them jobs as errand boys. Incidentally, his politics seemed also to be moving notably to the right, but I digress. His senseless death is still sad to think about.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer

    Lennon was pretty blitzed by drugs in the mid 1970s but was starting to recover his mental balance in the year or two before his murder.

    • Replies: @Buzz Mohawk
    @Steve Sailer


    But what could be the danger from Lennon’s revelations? He was as secure within the Dakota’s fortress-like walls as anybody could be.
     
    The problem was getting out of the car. When you walk down 72nd Street to Central Park, you pass right by and realize that at that moment John was just a schmo like you on a New York City sidewalk.

    If you happen to walk that way to the park for lunch a lot, you tend to see other notables once in a while.

    Replies: @Nachum

    , @J.Ross
    @Steve Sailer

    The conspiracy theory is that he was taken out by the resurgent Reaganite right because he had retired from political thought leading and social activism, but now was making serious noises about getting back into it. It's an open question how influential he would have been given the roaring economy, but if you look at pop culture and left-leaning materials of the late eighties and early nineties, they do all they can to invoke an ideal version of the Sixties. Of course, that culminated in the election of business-friendly Neoliberal Bill Clinton.
    I forget what House Bush's explanation was for having lunch with Chapman the day before he shot John Lennon. It must be awful strange having lunch with a nearly non-functional crazy person you do not know.
    Stephen King has attempted to obscure this by making up a glow in the dark Cambodian trap "conspiracy theory" that he shot John Lennon.

    Replies: @Curle, @The Alarmist

  12. German_reader says:

    Funny story. Actually works somewhat against your charge of Jewish hypocrisy, at least a few American-born Jews like that Silverman woman really are demented and crazy enough to believe their nonsense and even want to apply it to Israel.
    On that note, this is also interesting:
    http://nationalinterest.org/feature/the-implications-president-trumps-jerusalem-ploy-24192

  13. This is very funny, but I’m totally against giving out private addresses, no matter how much they might deserve it.

    Why? Given the left’s utter irrespect for privacy and for the sacredness of the home and property, not to mention its encouragement and complicity in the art of doxing, I am more than prepared to say we play the game dirty by their rules.

    • Replies: @3g4me
    @Nico

    @13 Nico: "Why? Given the left’s utter irrespect for privacy and for the sacredness of the home and property, not to mention its encouragement and complicity in the art of doxing, I am more than prepared to say we play the game dirty by their rules."

    Well said. A large part of the reason we're in the desperate straits we are is because the putative conservatives have acceded to the left's Alinskyite demand that they abide by their own rules, while the left has none at all. They have no respect for private property or people's jobs or communities or children. This is an actual fight for survival, not merely writing witty and clever and gently-barbed internet posts. Steve's restraint marks him as a fundamentally decent man. Daily he documents the left's insanity and rigidity, yet he seems unable to credit that they know full well what they're doing. For a man whose life has been built on noticing, he seems willfully blind to open malevolence, and still thinks he can talk them down. Again and again he writes about how alien and unsuited to self-restraint and republican government most non-Europeans are, yet he insists this is still salvageable and we can all get along.

    ""Do not forget that these people want you broke, dead, your kids raped and brainwashed, and they think it's funny."

    Replies: @Twinkie, @unpc downunder

  14. That’s funny. It’s difficult to believe there would be anyone in Israel who is remotely open-borders (of Israel that is). The argument could be made that the U.S. is geographically enormous with a small population density to arable land so could absorb millions more immigrants. The same can’t be said of Israel which is tiny and has few resources besides the enormous talent of the people. Very drop of water and scrap of arable land is spoken for, usually by several claimants. The Palestinian “Right of Return” is a nonstarter because there simply isn’t enough land to begin with.

    African immigrants will be far down on the list of those allowed residency in Israel. I expect there are thousands of European Jews who will need to immigrate first to escape the New antisemitism growing in Europe in the following few decades.

  15. @Steve Sailer
    @SEATAF

    Lennon was pretty blitzed by drugs in the mid 1970s but was starting to recover his mental balance in the year or two before his murder.

    Replies: @Buzz Mohawk, @J.Ross

    But what could be the danger from Lennon’s revelations? He was as secure within the Dakota’s fortress-like walls as anybody could be.

    The problem was getting out of the car. When you walk down 72nd Street to Central Park, you pass right by and realize that at that moment John was just a schmo like you on a New York City sidewalk.

    If you happen to walk that way to the park for lunch a lot, you tend to see other notables once in a while.

    • Replies: @Nachum
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Can't you drive right into The Dakota?

    Replies: @Buzz Mohawk

  16. Marzel and his crew are a bit more than just “anti-illegal infiltration activists”. You’re looking at the closest Israeli equivalent to the organized alt-right.

  17. “This is very funny, but I’m totally against giving out private addresses, no matter how much they might deserve it.”

    I think your John Lennon example fails when it comes to politicians. The politicians pushing open borders are inflicting pain on the citizens of their country with no repercussion. See Kate Steinle(sp?).
    I know that left likes to do this tactic ( see head of the fcc) but they do so with paid “activists”. Returning a “pet” to its rightful owner is proper.

    • Replies: @Twinkie
    @newrouter


    I think your John Lennon example fails when it comes to politicians. The politicians pushing open borders are inflicting pain on the citizens of their country with no repercussion. See Kate Steinle(sp?).
    I know that left likes to do this tactic ( see head of the fcc) but they do so with paid “activists”. Returning a “pet” to its rightful owner is proper.
     
    The problem with doing something like this isn’t simply about the morality of hurting your political opponents (and how much). You have to consider the potential collateral damage and the possibility of unforeseen consequences that hurt innocent people and harm your cause.

    Also, you have to remember that whatever intentions you had, you own all the consequences that spring from your initial action - you become accessory to the actions of all the unhinged people who do not share your intentions and sense of limits, and utilize the information you publicize to unleash their madness.
  18. Perhaps it is only fitting to expose wealthy liberals to a bit of the danger they impose through their political activism on people who can’t afford to live in gated compounds.

  19. @Steve Sailer
    @SEATAF

    Lennon was pretty blitzed by drugs in the mid 1970s but was starting to recover his mental balance in the year or two before his murder.

    Replies: @Buzz Mohawk, @J.Ross

    The conspiracy theory is that he was taken out by the resurgent Reaganite right because he had retired from political thought leading and social activism, but now was making serious noises about getting back into it. It’s an open question how influential he would have been given the roaring economy, but if you look at pop culture and left-leaning materials of the late eighties and early nineties, they do all they can to invoke an ideal version of the Sixties. Of course, that culminated in the election of business-friendly Neoliberal Bill Clinton.
    I forget what House Bush’s explanation was for having lunch with Chapman the day before he shot John Lennon. It must be awful strange having lunch with a nearly non-functional crazy person you do not know.
    Stephen King has attempted to obscure this by making up a glow in the dark Cambodian trap “conspiracy theory” that he shot John Lennon.

    • Replies: @Curle
    @J.Ross

    House Bush??? Huh?

    Replies: @J.Ross

    , @The Alarmist
    @J.Ross

    It is amazing where the Shrubs spring up through history.

    BTW, Lennon hardly doxxed himself; his living in the Dakota was public knowledge for years. I was once a tourist in NYC in the '70s and saw John & Yoko walking in the park.

    In fact, over the years I visited or lived in NYC, I saw Nixon on the streets, Jackie O on a bench now dedicated to her on the jogging path at the CP reservoir, Carly Simon doing a concert in GCT with nothing between her and the crowd except a little height, the long-haired chick from NYPD blue accidentally turned around in my face and ruined my pizza, and I was verbally accosted by Joy Behar and Susie Essman in Central Park for having the ugliest bulldog in NYC. You literally trip over these people in NYC.

  20. @neutral
    One doesn't have to give out private addresses one should just to mention the general areas where they should go. Like Malibu that was mentioned here not long ago, and all the lily white progressive zones in New York and other such cities. I really don't know why people have not already done this, it shouldn't take too much to pool some money to hire some buses, and pay for things like tents for people to go there and create their own "Jungle of Calais", if somebody decided to do this I would definitely donate.

    Another excellent candidate is Davos, send all those African immigrants crossing the water straight there. Make it impossible even with the highest of security for all the Oligarchs to avoid the new realities.

    Replies: @Thomas, @Dan Hayes, @reiner Tor, @Neoconned

    FWIW, Malibu does have a homeless encampment that’s been of some concern lately given the bad brushfires in the Santa Monica Mountains last year. http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-malibu-fire-concerns-20180129-story.html

    • Replies: @Buck
    @Thomas

    Favorite quote, "I ask my gardener every week to check the backyard to see if anyone has been there," he said. "So far we don't think anyone has trespassed into our property."

    Classic. He sends the help to run off any homeless folks rather than risk doing it himself.

    Replies: @Thomas

  21. @J.Ross
    @Reg Cæsar


    “I remember as a kid that the only other Democrats I knew were the other Jews,” she says. “So I thought that being Jewish meant that you vote for George McGovern. Like, ‘We have Hanukkah and we vote for Democrats.’ That was the extent of my knowledge.”
     
    I don't want to put words in his mouth but reading that I can hear Dennis Prager groan, "you haven't aged a day."
    -------
    Know why vigilantism (and pranking past a certain threshold) is bad? Research Waco and Ruby Ridge. They aren't people who disagree with our politics. They want us dead, and they want physical activities with bad optics (or that take a minute to contextualize) to justify a police execution, even as they scream bloody murder about a six-foot three hundred pound attacker trying to grab a service weapon.

    Replies: @Rod1963

    Bad examples.

    Waco and Ruby Ridge were prime examples of the Feds finding white people who weren’t bothering anyone and setting them up to be murdered.

    They didn’t do anything to anyone. They were preyed upon by two out of control agencies – the DEA and FBI.

    BTW police need little in the way of excuses to murder white people for no reason. Since most of the victims are just working class slobs or homeless, no one gives a shit. Least of all the HBD crowd.

    And in case you haven’t noticed that the establishment has all but declared open season on whites. The MSM routinely demonizes us, same with academia along with the LGBT and ethnic groups. Blacks can prey on us via the “knockout game” with impunity.

    They dump 3rd world savages in our towns across the country, give them special privileges to do as they please and we can’t touch them. When they rape or murder us, the police and MSM protect them.

    And you’re worried about some pranking getting out of hand. You’re 30 years too late.

    • Agree: Alden, Stan d Mute, Jack Hanson, Neuday, Bleuteaux, Kylie
    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @Rod1963

    The point is, everything you do away from keyboard could be more or less attractive to an unelected ATF Stasi as an excuse to save the world from you, and going to people's private residences is (rightly) maximally attractive for that purpose. To say nothing of legitimate law enforcement concerns.
    Maybe a better example is the imprisonment of Jew Goldstein after Kurt Eichenwald lied about suffering a seizure.

    Replies: @Jack Hanson, @Kylie

    , @Anonymous
    @Rod1963

    Brutal, dispiriting truth you speak.

  22. • Replies: @eah
    @eah

    The Jews will try to send them to Europe as well.

    Saw this artwork in Naples, early 2016 -- riveting.

    I also saw the hordes of useless, uninvited African migrants -- the more ambitious were washing windshields at intersections (also uninvited), after which they banged on the windows asking for money -- sometimes angry Italians would bang first, and try to wave them away -- Naples is very hot in the summer -- it must be a drag not to be able to open your car windows.

    It's one thing to look at 'the most important graph in the world' on the internet -- it's another to see firsthand the threat to Europe.

    Centuries later, and people still marvel at European Imperium. We are a generation or two away from this being lost forever. We can either be the greatest generation of Europeans, or the last.

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DUWfqWCXkAAfHBk.jpg

    Replies: @istevefan, @Anonymous, @DFH

    , @anon
    @eah

    That was back in 2011. Michael Danby is a bespectacled toad who has sat in the Australian Knesset for 20 years.
    Whether or not he presented his wish to Parliament and whether or not it was acted on hasn't been reported, but since he represents Melbourne's Orthodox community, i find it hard to believe any Israeli ''Infiltrators'' are living in his Electorate.

    , @Anonymous
    @eah


    Jews try to unload Israel's Unwanted African Migrants on Australia as well as Canada.http://www.jpost.com/Diplomacy-and-Politics/Danny-Danon-Send-African-migrants-to-Australia …
     
    Why must they go to a country/culture that is foreign to them? If Eritrea is out of the question, why can't a deal be struck to send them to Nigeria, Rwanda, or many other areas, one might ask the Jews...
  23. This is very funny, but I’m totally against giving out private addresses, no matter how much they might deserve it. Bad things can spiral out of the control and expectations of the pranksters.

    I’ve always wondered if those “star maps” you see signs for around West Los Angeles are worth anything, or if they’re just junk for tourists that have like where Sylvester Stallone might have lived in 1986 or something.

    The example I always cite is John Lennon self-doxxing himself in interviews in 1979-1980 in which he was a good sport about pointing out that he wasn’t exactly living up to the lyrics he wrote for “Imagine:” he himself owned expensive property in which he lived within the massive Dakota building on Central Park in Manhattan.

    But what could be the danger from Lennon’s revelations? He was as secure within the Dakota’s fortress-like walls as anybody could be.

    It’s obviously much easier in the era of the Internet for famous people or anyone else to get doxxed. I assume that fact plus incidents like Lennon’s murder and many, many others in the decades since are why the rich and famous now live behind much greater security than just an Upper West Side apartment building with a doorman these days.

    • Replies: @Curle
    @Thomas

    “I assume that fact plus incidents like Lennon’s murder . . .”

    It is easier to go full retard against the natives from behind a big wall. I presume that’s why guys like Zuckerberg, Bezos and the Sulzberger arent seen walking the streets much.

  24. Demographics are not on your side

    We will remember your transgressions and visit recompense on your sirelings

    • Troll: IHTG
    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @Tiny Duck

    Others may have a Huge Peacock for their emotional support therapy animal, but we have a Tiny Duck.

    Replies: @Twinkie

    , @Seth Largo
    @Tiny Duck

    We will remember your transgressions and visit recompense on your sirelings.

    Lol. I think you've been reading too much Cormac McCarthy.

  25. @Thomas
    @neutral

    FWIW, Malibu does have a homeless encampment that's been of some concern lately given the bad brushfires in the Santa Monica Mountains last year. http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-malibu-fire-concerns-20180129-story.html

    Replies: @Buck

    Favorite quote, “I ask my gardener every week to check the backyard to see if anyone has been there,” he said. “So far we don’t think anyone has trespassed into our property.”

    Classic. He sends the help to run off any homeless folks rather than risk doing it himself.

    • Replies: @Thomas
    @Buck


    Classic. He sends the help to run off any homeless folks rather than risk doing it himself.
     
    Or sends "the help" to get clubbed or knifed by some hobo. What's the life worth of a guy paid maybe $100 a week per house, at best?
  26. @Tiny Duck
    Demographics are not on your side

    We will remember your transgressions and visit recompense on your sirelings

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Seth Largo

    Others may have a Huge Peacock for their emotional support therapy animal, but we have a Tiny Duck.

    • Replies: @Twinkie
    @Steve Sailer

    I now think Tiny Duck is funny. He’s probably a clever joint FBI-white supremacist false flag or honeypot (or is it crackpot) op.

  27. I’m a relatively new follower of yours, Steve (well, I’ve been reading you at Taki for years but I’m new to the blog and all these wonderfully knowledgeable Commenters of yours), and I’d just like to say that I really appreciate your aversion to giving out folk’s addresses…it’s the kind of little detail that makes it easy for me to recommend you to others.

    Anyhoo, bout to watch The Phantom Thread for the second time thanks to you. Cheers.

  28. @Rod1963
    @J.Ross

    Bad examples.

    Waco and Ruby Ridge were prime examples of the Feds finding white people who weren't bothering anyone and setting them up to be murdered.

    They didn't do anything to anyone. They were preyed upon by two out of control agencies - the DEA and FBI.

    BTW police need little in the way of excuses to murder white people for no reason. Since most of the victims are just working class slobs or homeless, no one gives a shit. Least of all the HBD crowd.

    And in case you haven't noticed that the establishment has all but declared open season on whites. The MSM routinely demonizes us, same with academia along with the LGBT and ethnic groups. Blacks can prey on us via the "knockout game" with impunity.

    They dump 3rd world savages in our towns across the country, give them special privileges to do as they please and we can't touch them. When they rape or murder us, the police and MSM protect them.

    And you're worried about some pranking getting out of hand. You're 30 years too late.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Anonymous

    The point is, everything you do away from keyboard could be more or less attractive to an unelected ATF Stasi as an excuse to save the world from you, and going to people’s private residences is (rightly) maximally attractive for that purpose. To say nothing of legitimate law enforcement concerns.
    Maybe a better example is the imprisonment of Jew Goldstein after Kurt Eichenwald lied about suffering a seizure.

    • Replies: @Jack Hanson
    @J.Ross

    What, you think this shit is going to be solved with pithy blog posts?

    , @Kylie
    @J.Ross

    "The point is, everything you do away from keyboard could be more or less attractive to an unelected ATF Stasi as an excuse to save the world from you..."

    No, the point is we're white--and not the good kind. We don't need to do anything to become targets of the left. We just need to be.

  29. @eah
    https://twitter.com/HenryMakow/status/959154592624898048

    Replies: @eah, @anon, @Anonymous

    The Jews will try to send them to Europe as well.

    Saw this artwork in Naples, early 2016 — riveting.

    I also saw the hordes of useless, uninvited African migrants — the more ambitious were washing windshields at intersections (also uninvited), after which they banged on the windows asking for money — sometimes angry Italians would bang first, and try to wave them away — Naples is very hot in the summer — it must be a drag not to be able to open your car windows.

    It’s one thing to look at ‘the most important graph in the world’ on the internet — it’s another to see firsthand the threat to Europe.

    Centuries later, and people still marvel at European Imperium. We are a generation or two away from this being lost forever. We can either be the greatest generation of Europeans, or the last.

    • Replies: @istevefan
    @eah


    It’s one thing to look at ‘the most important graph in the world’ on the internet — it’s another to see firsthand the threat to Europe.
     
    I know Steve has pushed that graph, but I think the best analogy he came up with was his comparison of today's migrations to that of black Americans from the South a century ago. He pointed out what 6 million blacks did to Detroit, Cleveland, St. Louis, Chicago and a host of other northern cities. And then asked what would tens of of millions of Africans do to Europe's cities?

    As an American that hit me more squarely than his graph.

    , @Anonymous
    @eah

    Don't show that artwork to Africans. They'll try to mount her.

    Replies: @donut

    , @DFH
    @eah

    Hannan would love to replace the native population of Britain with Indians and Ghanaians so long as they supported Israel and 'British values'

  30. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    If a few White Gentiles had acted like this, we wouldn’t have lost the whole North American continent to 3rd worlders.

  31. My preference would be to buy homes next door to every congressman in the country and turn them into illegal alien boarding houses.

    • Replies: @Lucas McCrudy
    @Wilkey

    'Michael Ben-Ari and Baruch Marzel arrived in southern Tel Aviv today and distributed leaflets to infiltrators in Tigrinya, the language spoken by natives of Eritrea and parts of Ethiopia.
    The leaflets contain addresses and phone numbers of left-wing activists and Meretz MKs who have backed the demand by some infiltrators to be given legal status in Israel.

    -A similar 'doxxing' could be limited to all Dem congresscritters/senators as well as their RINO colleagues. Maybe throw in WaPo writers, MSNBC, CNN anchors. Wait a few months till the weather warms up around the country so maybe many of our infiltrators -oops, I mean undocumented immigrants- will decide to squat long-term in close proximity to our esteemed leaders.
    Print outs in English/Spanish w/ maps and include the same basic wording regardless of the individual: something like "I firmly support comprehensive immigration reform and believe immigrants strengthen and enrich our communities. That's why I have invited you to live in my house anytime you want. There'll be Free meals, free everything; all you have to do is show up. Please be sure to come to my home tomorrow so we can get acquainted. Don't be afraid if no one answers my door at first or if you're turned away initially. My neighbors and I want you in our community! In fact we'd love it if you settled in our neighborhoods permanently! We're ready to take you in, you can live in a very good place for free with your entire family, with your friends."

  32. OT, but why does name Ilan Gilon seem so similar to Ian Gillan, he of the Deep Purple fame?

  33. I recall some Brit wrote that Lennon did us all a favor by checking out early. I think it was Julie Burchill. I have to say she has a point. He was creatively spent by 1980 and had nowhere to go musically. Perhaps he could have put out some New Wave wannabe album like David Bowie’s disastrous “Lodger.” But Lennon did have good taste in real estate. A 2 BR in the Dakota goes for $10M today. And Lennon bought at the very bottom — the Ed Koch years.

  34. Really good thread up at /pol/ right now, get it before it dies, bizarrely ignored: What is the Cost of Black Crime in Atlanta?
    http://boards.4chan.org/pol/thread/158881977
    Tonight David Brock’s paid troll outfit showed up with a new design, and glowed in the dark by spamming the board with minimal variations in the new design all at the same time. Even newcomers ask, what is with all the stylized heads that all showed up at the same time and are all trying to claim that the Nunes memo is not a big deal? The DNC gave Brock a lot of money during the campaign for self-defeating spam like this. It is never brought up when people discuss Russian-linked-or-influenced-actors allegedly buying a Facebook ad that got six thousand likes.

  35. @Nico

    This is very funny, but I’m totally against giving out private addresses, no matter how much they might deserve it.
     
    Why? Given the left's utter irrespect for privacy and for the sacredness of the home and property, not to mention its encouragement and complicity in the art of doxing, I am more than prepared to say we play the game dirty by their rules.

    Replies: @3g4me

    @13 Nico: “Why? Given the left’s utter irrespect for privacy and for the sacredness of the home and property, not to mention its encouragement and complicity in the art of doxing, I am more than prepared to say we play the game dirty by their rules.”

    Well said. A large part of the reason we’re in the desperate straits we are is because the putative conservatives have acceded to the left’s Alinskyite demand that they abide by their own rules, while the left has none at all. They have no respect for private property or people’s jobs or communities or children. This is an actual fight for survival, not merely writing witty and clever and gently-barbed internet posts. Steve’s restraint marks him as a fundamentally decent man. Daily he documents the left’s insanity and rigidity, yet he seems unable to credit that they know full well what they’re doing. For a man whose life has been built on noticing, he seems willfully blind to open malevolence, and still thinks he can talk them down. Again and again he writes about how alien and unsuited to self-restraint and republican government most non-Europeans are, yet he insists this is still salvageable and we can all get along.

    “”Do not forget that these people want you broke, dead, your kids raped and brainwashed, and they think it’s funny.”

    • Agree: Nico
    • Replies: @Twinkie
    @3g4me

    Because people who build and maintain civilization are not wolves, but sheepdogs. That’s what some of you young hotheads don’t understand - if you turned whites into blacks, what would have been the point of “making America white again”?

    You may think that having whites-only is enough, but at the end of the day what makes life pleasant and, better still, lead to loftier things is civilization.

    Replies: @Neuday, @Jack Hanson, @Discard

    , @unpc downunder
    @3g4me

    Because the more successful European alternative right doesn't. Why do you think so many European populist parties have female leaders? It's to break down the image of nationalists as thugs, which is a big impediment to a political party in an economically prosperous democracy.

    The left can't get away with being thuggish because most people don't perceive of pink-haired urban leftists as seriously dangerous. They just think of them as hysterical. The alternative right, with its military, penal and loner gunman associations has to play things differently.

    Replies: @anon

  36. @Clyde

    Marzel explained to Arutz Sheva that “I think my offer to Ilan Gilon is very tempting, and the offer of so-called Rabbanit Silverman,
     
    I like the use of "so called" here. I think female rabbis have only come about in the last 100 or so years. For sure the orthodox Jews will don't have them. Their women are too busy carrying, giving birth and minding the children.

    Replies: @Harry Baldwin

    Q: What is the difference between a Conservative Jewish wedding, an Orthodox Jewish wedding, and a Reform Jewish wedding?

    A: At a Conservative wedding, the bride is pregnant. At an Orthodox wedding, the mother of the bride is pregnant. At a Reform wedding, the rabbi is pregnant.

    • Replies: @BRF
    @Harry Baldwin

    LOL

    Replies: @Glaivester

  37. istevefan says:
    @eah
    @eah

    The Jews will try to send them to Europe as well.

    Saw this artwork in Naples, early 2016 -- riveting.

    I also saw the hordes of useless, uninvited African migrants -- the more ambitious were washing windshields at intersections (also uninvited), after which they banged on the windows asking for money -- sometimes angry Italians would bang first, and try to wave them away -- Naples is very hot in the summer -- it must be a drag not to be able to open your car windows.

    It's one thing to look at 'the most important graph in the world' on the internet -- it's another to see firsthand the threat to Europe.

    Centuries later, and people still marvel at European Imperium. We are a generation or two away from this being lost forever. We can either be the greatest generation of Europeans, or the last.

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DUWfqWCXkAAfHBk.jpg

    Replies: @istevefan, @Anonymous, @DFH

    It’s one thing to look at ‘the most important graph in the world’ on the internet — it’s another to see firsthand the threat to Europe.

    I know Steve has pushed that graph, but I think the best analogy he came up with was his comparison of today’s migrations to that of black Americans from the South a century ago. He pointed out what 6 million blacks did to Detroit, Cleveland, St. Louis, Chicago and a host of other northern cities. And then asked what would tens of of millions of Africans do to Europe’s cities?

    As an American that hit me more squarely than his graph.

  38. In Israel, it’s fair game to demonstrate in front of politicians’ homes, and both left and right do it. In recent weeks there have been demonstrations at the home of the chief justice of the supreme court, the minister of the interior, the solicitor general, the minister of justice, and of course the prime minister.

    (How am I so well-informed, you might ask? All I had to do was Google (in Hebrew) “demonstration in front of the home of” and let Google auto-complete that. You can try it yourself: Google for
    הפגנה מול בית)

    The best anti-infiltrator street theatre I can remember came a couple years ago, when “right-wing activists” arranged for a bus to take Eritreans and Sudanese to a nice swim club and bought them all day passes.

    Damn, Steve, your blog has become a leading opinion journal on matters Jewish and Israeli!

    • Agree: Dan Hayes
    • Replies: @Dave Pinsen
    @International Jew

    Have there been any serious violent incidents against Israeli politicians since Rabin's assassination?

    Replies: @An Israeli, @International Jew

  39. @Cortes
    It’s funny in theory but as suggested the scope for absolute mayhem and violence in retaliation ought to outweigh any first-strike high fiving. The folks targeted are unlikely to lack friends in a position to have the immediate threat stopped forthwith. And then...

    Lurking in the back of my head is a supposed saying that the Irish hold great grudges. Maybe so, but intuition suggests that they’re probably little leaguers in that black art compared to Jews.

    Am I allowed to say that? I recall hearing about the woman in Argentina whose prized possession was the key to the house in Seville owned by the family at the time of the expulsion from Spain. 500+ years...

    Replies: @Dave Pinsen, @Karl

    Am I allowed to say that? I recall hearing about the woman in Argentina whose prized possession was the key to the house in Seville owned by the family at the time of the expulsion from Spain. 500+ years…

    Who wouldn’t hold onto a 500+ year old family heirloom? I doubt she’s sleeping on the new owner’s stoop.

    But the idea that Jews are the only people with long historical memories is contradicted by (among other things) the kerfuffle over Columbus Day every year. Lots of non-Jews are still sore about 1492.

    • Agree: Clyde
    • Replies: @L Woods
    @Dave Pinsen

    This is faux-soreness born of opportunism. Not genuinely lengthy memory.

    , @Reg Cæsar
    @Dave Pinsen


    Lots of non-Jews are still sore about 1492
     
    "Non-Jews"? You must be a Gentile:

    https://en.elds.org/historyofmormonism-com/files/2014/09/christ-in-th-americas.jpg

    Replies: @Charles Erwin Wilson

    , @Charles Erwin Wilson
    @Dave Pinsen


    Lots of non-Jews are still sore about 1492.
     
    True, but they are taught to envy, covet and hate.

    If the Left (Progressives) had not used the pain and abuse to gain power, the "victims" of 1492 would be enjoying the fruits of Western Civilization. Instead they focus on the wrong target, and live a life that makes the inner-city ghetto seem better.

    And keep in mind that it was the progressives that did their best to destroy indigenous culture in the late 19th and early 20th Century.

    The indigenous people are victims of the Left just like us. But they are deceived by promises of "help" and the tender mercies of Leftist compassion.
    , @PiltdownMan
    @Dave Pinsen


    But the idea that Jews are the only people with long historical memories is contradicted by (among other things) the kerfuffle over Columbus Day every year. Lots of non-Jews are still sore about 1492.
     
    We always seem to return to this. This episode of The Sopranos is the gift that keeps on giving. Usual NSFW language advisory, as is to be expected alongside clips from the series.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jBD61skoMk8

    Replies: @Dave Pinsen

    , @istevefan
    @Dave Pinsen


    But the idea that Jews are the only people with long historical memories is contradicted by (among other things) the kerfuffle over Columbus Day every year. Lots of non-Jews are still sore about 1492.
     
    One of the unwritten covenants of the new world, at least in the English part, was that we were supposed to leave behind the animosities of the old one. America has done a pretty fantastic job of bringing together Europeans whose relatives back home have slaughtered one another for centuries. That couldn't have been accomplished if we tried to settle old scores. Of course it wasn't always a smooth process. Some groups have forgotten and forgiven better than others. And we have never really had the same success with blacks. I doubt that gap will ever be fully bridged.
    , @Anonymous
    @Dave Pinsen


    Lots of non-Jews are still sore about 1492.
     
    Only because it's drilled into their heads by GoodWhites in the Current Year.

    You really don't get it.
  40. @Harry Baldwin
    @Clyde

    Q: What is the difference between a Conservative Jewish wedding, an Orthodox Jewish wedding, and a Reform Jewish wedding?

    A: At a Conservative wedding, the bride is pregnant. At an Orthodox wedding, the mother of the bride is pregnant. At a Reform wedding, the rabbi is pregnant.

    Replies: @BRF

    LOL

    • Replies: @Glaivester
    @BRF

    And at the reconstructionist wedding, the brides are both pregnant, as is the rabbi and her wife.

  41. @International Jew
    In Israel, it's fair game to demonstrate in front of politicians' homes, and both left and right do it. In recent weeks there have been demonstrations at the home of the chief justice of the supreme court, the minister of the interior, the solicitor general, the minister of justice, and of course the prime minister.

    (How am I so well-informed, you might ask? All I had to do was Google (in Hebrew) "demonstration in front of the home of" and let Google auto-complete that. You can try it yourself: Google for
    הפגנה מול בית)

    The best anti-infiltrator street theatre I can remember came a couple years ago, when "right-wing activists" arranged for a bus to take Eritreans and Sudanese to a nice swim club and bought them all day passes.

    Damn, Steve, your blog has become a leading opinion journal on matters Jewish and Israeli!

    Replies: @Dave Pinsen

    Have there been any serious violent incidents against Israeli politicians since Rabin’s assassination?

    • Replies: @An Israeli
    @Dave Pinsen

    One minister was assassinated by Palestinian terrorists. Other than that, I don't think so.

    , @International Jew
    @Dave Pinsen

    None that come to mind but Rabin was assassinated over 22 years ago, plenty of time for me to have forgotten important stuff.

  42. @neutral
    One doesn't have to give out private addresses one should just to mention the general areas where they should go. Like Malibu that was mentioned here not long ago, and all the lily white progressive zones in New York and other such cities. I really don't know why people have not already done this, it shouldn't take too much to pool some money to hire some buses, and pay for things like tents for people to go there and create their own "Jungle of Calais", if somebody decided to do this I would definitely donate.

    Another excellent candidate is Davos, send all those African immigrants crossing the water straight there. Make it impossible even with the highest of security for all the Oligarchs to avoid the new realities.

    Replies: @Thomas, @Dan Hayes, @reiner Tor, @Neoconned

    neutral:

    Your proposal had been done some time ago during the Civil Rights agitation era when a bunch of low-life Southern blacks were given one-way bus tickets to the Cape Cod Kennedy compound.

    Of course once the media’s eyes were averted the refugees were driven out of town (and of course, very politely).

  43. @BRF
    @Harry Baldwin

    LOL

    Replies: @Glaivester

    And at the reconstructionist wedding, the brides are both pregnant, as is the rabbi and her wife.

    • LOL: Corn
  44. @Dave Pinsen
    @Cortes


    Am I allowed to say that? I recall hearing about the woman in Argentina whose prized possession was the key to the house in Seville owned by the family at the time of the expulsion from Spain. 500+ years…
     
    Who wouldn't hold onto a 500+ year old family heirloom? I doubt she's sleeping on the new owner's stoop.

    But the idea that Jews are the only people with long historical memories is contradicted by (among other things) the kerfuffle over Columbus Day every year. Lots of non-Jews are still sore about 1492.

    Replies: @L Woods, @Reg Cæsar, @Charles Erwin Wilson, @PiltdownMan, @istevefan, @Anonymous

    This is faux-soreness born of opportunism. Not genuinely lengthy memory.

  45. @Dave Pinsen
    @Cortes


    Am I allowed to say that? I recall hearing about the woman in Argentina whose prized possession was the key to the house in Seville owned by the family at the time of the expulsion from Spain. 500+ years…
     
    Who wouldn't hold onto a 500+ year old family heirloom? I doubt she's sleeping on the new owner's stoop.

    But the idea that Jews are the only people with long historical memories is contradicted by (among other things) the kerfuffle over Columbus Day every year. Lots of non-Jews are still sore about 1492.

    Replies: @L Woods, @Reg Cæsar, @Charles Erwin Wilson, @PiltdownMan, @istevefan, @Anonymous

    Lots of non-Jews are still sore about 1492

    “Non-Jews”? You must be a Gentile:

    • Replies: @Charles Erwin Wilson
    @Reg Cæsar

    Hmm. Are you a Mormon?

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

  46. @Buck
    @Thomas

    Favorite quote, "I ask my gardener every week to check the backyard to see if anyone has been there," he said. "So far we don't think anyone has trespassed into our property."

    Classic. He sends the help to run off any homeless folks rather than risk doing it himself.

    Replies: @Thomas

    Classic. He sends the help to run off any homeless folks rather than risk doing it himself.

    Or sends “the help” to get clubbed or knifed by some hobo. What’s the life worth of a guy paid maybe $100 a week per house, at best?

  47. @Dave Pinsen
    @Cortes


    Am I allowed to say that? I recall hearing about the woman in Argentina whose prized possession was the key to the house in Seville owned by the family at the time of the expulsion from Spain. 500+ years…
     
    Who wouldn't hold onto a 500+ year old family heirloom? I doubt she's sleeping on the new owner's stoop.

    But the idea that Jews are the only people with long historical memories is contradicted by (among other things) the kerfuffle over Columbus Day every year. Lots of non-Jews are still sore about 1492.

    Replies: @L Woods, @Reg Cæsar, @Charles Erwin Wilson, @PiltdownMan, @istevefan, @Anonymous

    Lots of non-Jews are still sore about 1492.

    True, but they are taught to envy, covet and hate.

    If the Left (Progressives) had not used the pain and abuse to gain power, the “victims” of 1492 would be enjoying the fruits of Western Civilization. Instead they focus on the wrong target, and live a life that makes the inner-city ghetto seem better.

    And keep in mind that it was the progressives that did their best to destroy indigenous culture in the late 19th and early 20th Century.

    The indigenous people are victims of the Left just like us. But they are deceived by promises of “help” and the tender mercies of Leftist compassion.

  48. A few quick thoughts:

    – This is the greatest restrictionist prank I’ve ever seen.

    – Susan Silverman is another example of a lefty Jew being consistent WRT Israel and immigration.

    – She’s also heterosexual, which challenges an assumption I had. My assumption was that religions get pozzed when they allow female clergy because female clergy tends to be lesbian, but apparently heterosexual clergywomen are able to bring the poz too.

  49. @Reg Cæsar
    @Dave Pinsen


    Lots of non-Jews are still sore about 1492
     
    "Non-Jews"? You must be a Gentile:

    https://en.elds.org/historyofmormonism-com/files/2014/09/christ-in-th-americas.jpg

    Replies: @Charles Erwin Wilson

    Hmm. Are you a Mormon?

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Charles Erwin Wilson


    Hmm. Are you a Mormon?
     
    I prefer my mumbo-jumbo in medieval Latin.

    I don't want anything to do with any church that won't let me drink A&W Cream Soda.
  50. The doctor though is in the right. The African removal policy is most popular with the Israelis that live in the low income neighborhoods of Tel Aviv. Which is also where the bulk of the Africans live. Silverman is advocating a policy whose negative effects she herself will never borne and is instead more than willing for her fellow countrymen, coreligionists to suffer through them. All for what her own personal vanity.

    If she wants the migrants to stay she should offer to house them in her home and near it. That is the proper thing to do.

  51. @Dave Pinsen
    @Cortes


    Am I allowed to say that? I recall hearing about the woman in Argentina whose prized possession was the key to the house in Seville owned by the family at the time of the expulsion from Spain. 500+ years…
     
    Who wouldn't hold onto a 500+ year old family heirloom? I doubt she's sleeping on the new owner's stoop.

    But the idea that Jews are the only people with long historical memories is contradicted by (among other things) the kerfuffle over Columbus Day every year. Lots of non-Jews are still sore about 1492.

    Replies: @L Woods, @Reg Cæsar, @Charles Erwin Wilson, @PiltdownMan, @istevefan, @Anonymous

    But the idea that Jews are the only people with long historical memories is contradicted by (among other things) the kerfuffle over Columbus Day every year. Lots of non-Jews are still sore about 1492.

    We always seem to return to this. This episode of The Sopranos is the gift that keeps on giving. Usual NSFW language advisory, as is to be expected alongside clips from the series.

    • Replies: @Dave Pinsen
    @PiltdownMan

    It even has Furio chiming in from the south side of the Hajnal Line with with intra-Italian animosity toward Columbus. I'd forgotten about that part. Great stuff.

  52. @J.Ross
    @Steve Sailer

    The conspiracy theory is that he was taken out by the resurgent Reaganite right because he had retired from political thought leading and social activism, but now was making serious noises about getting back into it. It's an open question how influential he would have been given the roaring economy, but if you look at pop culture and left-leaning materials of the late eighties and early nineties, they do all they can to invoke an ideal version of the Sixties. Of course, that culminated in the election of business-friendly Neoliberal Bill Clinton.
    I forget what House Bush's explanation was for having lunch with Chapman the day before he shot John Lennon. It must be awful strange having lunch with a nearly non-functional crazy person you do not know.
    Stephen King has attempted to obscure this by making up a glow in the dark Cambodian trap "conspiracy theory" that he shot John Lennon.

    Replies: @Curle, @The Alarmist

    House Bush??? Huh?

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @Curle

    Schweitzer's book is coming, although it will surely focus more on the Clintons. They're more of a political organization than a family. What is unclear? Have you not yet earned to walk without rhythm?
    [stumbles -- hops -- shambles away]

  53. Okay, I don’t want the dishonest, delusional and hypocritical Sarah Silverman Sister harmed, but the analogy to Lennon does not work. Lennon was, in his own words, more famous than Jesus H. Christ (I think the real Jesus did not have a middle name beginning with H, nor a last name of ‘Christ’).

    Chapman killed Lennon because Lennon was a Beatle – exceptionally famous – and Chapman wanted to be famous. He is infamous, and a just society would have killed him. We do not have a just society. But he is known because he ruthlessly murdered a famous person.

    But in the case of Susan Silverspoon, who is the potential perp? The Right-Wing Activist already knows the address, so any right-wing nutjob won’t be impeded from locating Silverspoon by the prank. That ship has sailed. Silverspoon isn’t famous enough to justify a Chapman-lunatic-style murderer.

    OTOH, if I think about someone who notices things. Well, I don’t want anyone who notices things to have their location revealed. The emperor has not a stitch of clothing. Having a brave soul point that out is a public service. And that brave soul ought not be subjected to becoming a person of interest to any lunatic.

    So I get your point. And as much as it pains me to agree, I agree.

  54. @Thomas

    This is very funny, but I’m totally against giving out private addresses, no matter how much they might deserve it. Bad things can spiral out of the control and expectations of the pranksters.
     
    I've always wondered if those "star maps" you see signs for around West Los Angeles are worth anything, or if they're just junk for tourists that have like where Sylvester Stallone might have lived in 1986 or something.

    The example I always cite is John Lennon self-doxxing himself in interviews in 1979-1980 in which he was a good sport about pointing out that he wasn’t exactly living up to the lyrics he wrote for “Imagine:” he himself owned expensive property in which he lived within the massive Dakota building on Central Park in Manhattan.

    But what could be the danger from Lennon’s revelations? He was as secure within the Dakota’s fortress-like walls as anybody could be.
     
    It's obviously much easier in the era of the Internet for famous people or anyone else to get doxxed. I assume that fact plus incidents like Lennon's murder and many, many others in the decades since are why the rich and famous now live behind much greater security than just an Upper West Side apartment building with a doorman these days.

    Replies: @Curle

    “I assume that fact plus incidents like Lennon’s murder . . .”

    It is easier to go full retard against the natives from behind a big wall. I presume that’s why guys like Zuckerberg, Bezos and the Sulzberger arent seen walking the streets much.

  55. @3g4me
    @Nico

    @13 Nico: "Why? Given the left’s utter irrespect for privacy and for the sacredness of the home and property, not to mention its encouragement and complicity in the art of doxing, I am more than prepared to say we play the game dirty by their rules."

    Well said. A large part of the reason we're in the desperate straits we are is because the putative conservatives have acceded to the left's Alinskyite demand that they abide by their own rules, while the left has none at all. They have no respect for private property or people's jobs or communities or children. This is an actual fight for survival, not merely writing witty and clever and gently-barbed internet posts. Steve's restraint marks him as a fundamentally decent man. Daily he documents the left's insanity and rigidity, yet he seems unable to credit that they know full well what they're doing. For a man whose life has been built on noticing, he seems willfully blind to open malevolence, and still thinks he can talk them down. Again and again he writes about how alien and unsuited to self-restraint and republican government most non-Europeans are, yet he insists this is still salvageable and we can all get along.

    ""Do not forget that these people want you broke, dead, your kids raped and brainwashed, and they think it's funny."

    Replies: @Twinkie, @unpc downunder

    Because people who build and maintain civilization are not wolves, but sheepdogs. That’s what some of you young hotheads don’t understand – if you turned whites into blacks, what would have been the point of “making America white again”?

    You may think that having whites-only is enough, but at the end of the day what makes life pleasant and, better still, lead to loftier things is civilization.

    • Agree: PV van der Byl
    • Replies: @Neuday
    @Twinkie

    Harrumph. Who was it that said something like "I study war so my son can study art"? Well, studying art must've led to our fathers studying their navels, so I guess it's our job, or our son's, to study war again. Strauss and Howe talk of cycles.

    , @Jack Hanson
    @Twinkie

    This is cuckservatism 101: "I'm far too good to get my hands dirty".

    Let me know how you and Steve plan to win this thing with blog posts. Ill wait.

    Replies: @Twinkie, @3g4me

    , @Discard
    @Twinkie

    When I was a boy in the San Fernando Valley, my German neighbor was a quiet, pleasant, well-educated engineer, the very model of a civilization builder. Read books in four or five languages, very civic minded, and tolerant of the curious little boy who pestered him. When I came home after military service, he told me about his time in the U.S. Army during WW2. He tortured Germans who were thought to have information that we wanted. No wooden wedges under the fingernails or any of that gothic stuff, he just played bad cop to an American interrogator's good cop. Fists and boots only. The good cop would hear the ruckus while he was out of the cell getting some coffee, rush back in to pull my neighbor off the prisoner, and get the needed information from him.

    The point is, good civilized men need to do the dirty work themselves if they don't want things to get out of control. If you're too good to kick the crap out of some rascal in a measured manner, then some thug without a conscience will gladly do it for you.

  56. @PiltdownMan
    @Dave Pinsen


    But the idea that Jews are the only people with long historical memories is contradicted by (among other things) the kerfuffle over Columbus Day every year. Lots of non-Jews are still sore about 1492.
     
    We always seem to return to this. This episode of The Sopranos is the gift that keeps on giving. Usual NSFW language advisory, as is to be expected alongside clips from the series.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jBD61skoMk8

    Replies: @Dave Pinsen

    It even has Furio chiming in from the south side of the Hajnal Line with with intra-Italian animosity toward Columbus. I’d forgotten about that part. Great stuff.

  57. anon • Disclaimer says:
    @eah
    https://twitter.com/HenryMakow/status/959154592624898048

    Replies: @eah, @anon, @Anonymous

    That was back in 2011. Michael Danby is a bespectacled toad who has sat in the Australian Knesset for 20 years.
    Whether or not he presented his wish to Parliament and whether or not it was acted on hasn’t been reported, but since he represents Melbourne’s Orthodox community, i find it hard to believe any Israeli ”Infiltrators” are living in his Electorate.

  58. @eah
    OT

    Against whom, not "who" -- the moron.

    https://twitter.com/mattyglesias/status/959233650083745793

    Replies: @eah

    • Replies: @eah
    @eah

    https://twitter.com/mattyglesias/status/954078565024325632

  59. istevefan says:
    @Dave Pinsen
    @Cortes


    Am I allowed to say that? I recall hearing about the woman in Argentina whose prized possession was the key to the house in Seville owned by the family at the time of the expulsion from Spain. 500+ years…
     
    Who wouldn't hold onto a 500+ year old family heirloom? I doubt she's sleeping on the new owner's stoop.

    But the idea that Jews are the only people with long historical memories is contradicted by (among other things) the kerfuffle over Columbus Day every year. Lots of non-Jews are still sore about 1492.

    Replies: @L Woods, @Reg Cæsar, @Charles Erwin Wilson, @PiltdownMan, @istevefan, @Anonymous

    But the idea that Jews are the only people with long historical memories is contradicted by (among other things) the kerfuffle over Columbus Day every year. Lots of non-Jews are still sore about 1492.

    One of the unwritten covenants of the new world, at least in the English part, was that we were supposed to leave behind the animosities of the old one. America has done a pretty fantastic job of bringing together Europeans whose relatives back home have slaughtered one another for centuries. That couldn’t have been accomplished if we tried to settle old scores. Of course it wasn’t always a smooth process. Some groups have forgotten and forgiven better than others. And we have never really had the same success with blacks. I doubt that gap will ever be fully bridged.

  60. @Curle
    @J.Ross

    House Bush??? Huh?

    Replies: @J.Ross

    Schweitzer’s book is coming, although it will surely focus more on the Clintons. They’re more of a political organization than a family. What is unclear? Have you not yet earned to walk without rhythm?
    [stumbles — hops — shambles away]

  61. @3g4me
    @Nico

    @13 Nico: "Why? Given the left’s utter irrespect for privacy and for the sacredness of the home and property, not to mention its encouragement and complicity in the art of doxing, I am more than prepared to say we play the game dirty by their rules."

    Well said. A large part of the reason we're in the desperate straits we are is because the putative conservatives have acceded to the left's Alinskyite demand that they abide by their own rules, while the left has none at all. They have no respect for private property or people's jobs or communities or children. This is an actual fight for survival, not merely writing witty and clever and gently-barbed internet posts. Steve's restraint marks him as a fundamentally decent man. Daily he documents the left's insanity and rigidity, yet he seems unable to credit that they know full well what they're doing. For a man whose life has been built on noticing, he seems willfully blind to open malevolence, and still thinks he can talk them down. Again and again he writes about how alien and unsuited to self-restraint and republican government most non-Europeans are, yet he insists this is still salvageable and we can all get along.

    ""Do not forget that these people want you broke, dead, your kids raped and brainwashed, and they think it's funny."

    Replies: @Twinkie, @unpc downunder

    Because the more successful European alternative right doesn’t. Why do you think so many European populist parties have female leaders? It’s to break down the image of nationalists as thugs, which is a big impediment to a political party in an economically prosperous democracy.

    The left can’t get away with being thuggish because most people don’t perceive of pink-haired urban leftists as seriously dangerous. They just think of them as hysterical. The alternative right, with its military, penal and loner gunman associations has to play things differently.

    • Replies: @anon
    @unpc downunder

    This post is the definition of insane bullshit.

  62. @Dave Pinsen
    @International Jew

    Have there been any serious violent incidents against Israeli politicians since Rabin's assassination?

    Replies: @An Israeli, @International Jew

    One minister was assassinated by Palestinian terrorists. Other than that, I don’t think so.

  63. @unpc downunder
    @3g4me

    Because the more successful European alternative right doesn't. Why do you think so many European populist parties have female leaders? It's to break down the image of nationalists as thugs, which is a big impediment to a political party in an economically prosperous democracy.

    The left can't get away with being thuggish because most people don't perceive of pink-haired urban leftists as seriously dangerous. They just think of them as hysterical. The alternative right, with its military, penal and loner gunman associations has to play things differently.

    Replies: @anon

    This post is the definition of insane bullshit.

  64. @Rod1963
    @J.Ross

    Bad examples.

    Waco and Ruby Ridge were prime examples of the Feds finding white people who weren't bothering anyone and setting them up to be murdered.

    They didn't do anything to anyone. They were preyed upon by two out of control agencies - the DEA and FBI.

    BTW police need little in the way of excuses to murder white people for no reason. Since most of the victims are just working class slobs or homeless, no one gives a shit. Least of all the HBD crowd.

    And in case you haven't noticed that the establishment has all but declared open season on whites. The MSM routinely demonizes us, same with academia along with the LGBT and ethnic groups. Blacks can prey on us via the "knockout game" with impunity.

    They dump 3rd world savages in our towns across the country, give them special privileges to do as they please and we can't touch them. When they rape or murder us, the police and MSM protect them.

    And you're worried about some pranking getting out of hand. You're 30 years too late.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Anonymous

    Brutal, dispiriting truth you speak.

  65. @Dave Pinsen
    @International Jew

    Have there been any serious violent incidents against Israeli politicians since Rabin's assassination?

    Replies: @An Israeli, @International Jew

    None that come to mind but Rabin was assassinated over 22 years ago, plenty of time for me to have forgotten important stuff.

  66. @eah
    @eah

    The Jews will try to send them to Europe as well.

    Saw this artwork in Naples, early 2016 -- riveting.

    I also saw the hordes of useless, uninvited African migrants -- the more ambitious were washing windshields at intersections (also uninvited), after which they banged on the windows asking for money -- sometimes angry Italians would bang first, and try to wave them away -- Naples is very hot in the summer -- it must be a drag not to be able to open your car windows.

    It's one thing to look at 'the most important graph in the world' on the internet -- it's another to see firsthand the threat to Europe.

    Centuries later, and people still marvel at European Imperium. We are a generation or two away from this being lost forever. We can either be the greatest generation of Europeans, or the last.

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DUWfqWCXkAAfHBk.jpg

    Replies: @istevefan, @Anonymous, @DFH

    Don’t show that artwork to Africans. They’ll try to mount her.

    • Replies: @donut
    @Anonymous

    Aphrodite of Cnidus, Glyptothek Munich

    "The statue became a tourist attraction in spite of being a cult image, and a patron of the Knidians. Nicomedes I of Bithynia offered to pay off the enormous debts of the city of Knidos in exchange for the statue, but the Knidians rejected his offer. The statue would have been polychromed,[3] and was so lifelike that it even aroused men sexually, as witnessed by the tradition that a young man broke into the temple at night and attempted to copulate with the statue, leaving a stain on it. This story is recorded in the dialogue Erotes (section 15), traditionally misattributed to Lucian of Samosata.[4] The same dialogue also offers the fullest literary description of the temenos of Aphrodite at Knidos."

  67. This is hilarious, admittedly, and I can’t find it in my heart to condemn it.

    But let’s try to leave family members out of these sorts of fights, OK?

  68. The Israeli voluntary self deportation scheme is not going well.

    Israeli Pilots Refuse to Fly Deported Refugees Back to Africa –

    Rwanda denies deal with Israel: ‘We’ll never receive migrants deported against their will’ –

    Asylum Seekers Who Left Israel for Rwanda Warn: ‘It’s Better in Israel, Even in Prison’

  69. @Dave Pinsen
    @Cortes


    Am I allowed to say that? I recall hearing about the woman in Argentina whose prized possession was the key to the house in Seville owned by the family at the time of the expulsion from Spain. 500+ years…
     
    Who wouldn't hold onto a 500+ year old family heirloom? I doubt she's sleeping on the new owner's stoop.

    But the idea that Jews are the only people with long historical memories is contradicted by (among other things) the kerfuffle over Columbus Day every year. Lots of non-Jews are still sore about 1492.

    Replies: @L Woods, @Reg Cæsar, @Charles Erwin Wilson, @PiltdownMan, @istevefan, @Anonymous

    Lots of non-Jews are still sore about 1492.

    Only because it’s drilled into their heads by GoodWhites in the Current Year.

    You really don’t get it.

  70. @Cortes
    It’s funny in theory but as suggested the scope for absolute mayhem and violence in retaliation ought to outweigh any first-strike high fiving. The folks targeted are unlikely to lack friends in a position to have the immediate threat stopped forthwith. And then...

    Lurking in the back of my head is a supposed saying that the Irish hold great grudges. Maybe so, but intuition suggests that they’re probably little leaguers in that black art compared to Jews.

    Am I allowed to say that? I recall hearing about the woman in Argentina whose prized possession was the key to the house in Seville owned by the family at the time of the expulsion from Spain. 500+ years...

    Replies: @Dave Pinsen, @Karl

    5 Cortes > The folks targeted are unlikely to lack friends in a position to have the immediate threat stopped forthwith

    Not true, in the current constellation of the Israel Police.

    Even ==more== untrue with respect to the Magav (conscript gendarmerie, composed of the kids of the mizrachi Joe Sixpacks of Israel. The kids whose “ASVAB scores” weren’t high enough to get them into a technical training.

    The job of the magav is to do street fighting with the Palestinians. The magav-niks don’t have much sympathy for leftists

  71. @eah
    @eah

    The Jews will try to send them to Europe as well.

    Saw this artwork in Naples, early 2016 -- riveting.

    I also saw the hordes of useless, uninvited African migrants -- the more ambitious were washing windshields at intersections (also uninvited), after which they banged on the windows asking for money -- sometimes angry Italians would bang first, and try to wave them away -- Naples is very hot in the summer -- it must be a drag not to be able to open your car windows.

    It's one thing to look at 'the most important graph in the world' on the internet -- it's another to see firsthand the threat to Europe.

    Centuries later, and people still marvel at European Imperium. We are a generation or two away from this being lost forever. We can either be the greatest generation of Europeans, or the last.

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DUWfqWCXkAAfHBk.jpg

    Replies: @istevefan, @Anonymous, @DFH

    Hannan would love to replace the native population of Britain with Indians and Ghanaians so long as they supported Israel and ‘British values’

  72. The best part is this alleged Rabbi is married to an SA billionaire. Top down pontificating…what a scam. It goes on in America lots more than Israel. Its a lifestyle in California, and for added credibility (sic) you live in a gated community, minimum house price 5 million. The modern equivalent of the ol’ sundown towns.

    A sundown town is a town, city, or neighborhood in the United States that is purposely all-white, excluding people of other races. The term came from signs that were posted stating that people of color had to leave the town by sundown. They are also sometimes known as sunset towns or gray towns.

  73. @J.Ross
    @Steve Sailer

    The conspiracy theory is that he was taken out by the resurgent Reaganite right because he had retired from political thought leading and social activism, but now was making serious noises about getting back into it. It's an open question how influential he would have been given the roaring economy, but if you look at pop culture and left-leaning materials of the late eighties and early nineties, they do all they can to invoke an ideal version of the Sixties. Of course, that culminated in the election of business-friendly Neoliberal Bill Clinton.
    I forget what House Bush's explanation was for having lunch with Chapman the day before he shot John Lennon. It must be awful strange having lunch with a nearly non-functional crazy person you do not know.
    Stephen King has attempted to obscure this by making up a glow in the dark Cambodian trap "conspiracy theory" that he shot John Lennon.

    Replies: @Curle, @The Alarmist

    It is amazing where the Shrubs spring up through history.

    BTW, Lennon hardly doxxed himself; his living in the Dakota was public knowledge for years. I was once a tourist in NYC in the ’70s and saw John & Yoko walking in the park.

    In fact, over the years I visited or lived in NYC, I saw Nixon on the streets, Jackie O on a bench now dedicated to her on the jogging path at the CP reservoir, Carly Simon doing a concert in GCT with nothing between her and the crowd except a little height, the long-haired chick from NYPD blue accidentally turned around in my face and ruined my pizza, and I was verbally accosted by Joy Behar and Susie Essman in Central Park for having the ugliest bulldog in NYC. You literally trip over these people in NYC.

  74. @Buzz Mohawk
    @Steve Sailer


    But what could be the danger from Lennon’s revelations? He was as secure within the Dakota’s fortress-like walls as anybody could be.
     
    The problem was getting out of the car. When you walk down 72nd Street to Central Park, you pass right by and realize that at that moment John was just a schmo like you on a New York City sidewalk.

    If you happen to walk that way to the park for lunch a lot, you tend to see other notables once in a while.

    Replies: @Nachum

    Can’t you drive right into The Dakota?

    • Replies: @Buzz Mohawk
    @Nachum

    You can, but his car parked curbside where people walk by on the sidewalk.

    The security exposure brings to mind how Reagan got shot curbside a few months later.

  75. @J.Ross
    @Rod1963

    The point is, everything you do away from keyboard could be more or less attractive to an unelected ATF Stasi as an excuse to save the world from you, and going to people's private residences is (rightly) maximally attractive for that purpose. To say nothing of legitimate law enforcement concerns.
    Maybe a better example is the imprisonment of Jew Goldstein after Kurt Eichenwald lied about suffering a seizure.

    Replies: @Jack Hanson, @Kylie

    What, you think this shit is going to be solved with pithy blog posts?

  76. Michael Ben-Ari is actual example of far-right religious nutcase (actual nutcase, not just because of his politics), who is from time to time exploiting the genuine concern about the illegal immigrants in order to get any support at all – nobody will vote for him anyway (the anti-infiltrator protests tell him to go away at the protests, as he gives them a bad name). Other than that, it is a fine idea. The people who work in Supreme Court (Bagatz) and who campaign in favour of the illegal immigration, do not live anywhere near to the neighbourhoods where illegal immigrants live. They live in very safe, leafy suburbs, kilometers to the North of the city.

  77. @neutral
    One doesn't have to give out private addresses one should just to mention the general areas where they should go. Like Malibu that was mentioned here not long ago, and all the lily white progressive zones in New York and other such cities. I really don't know why people have not already done this, it shouldn't take too much to pool some money to hire some buses, and pay for things like tents for people to go there and create their own "Jungle of Calais", if somebody decided to do this I would definitely donate.

    Another excellent candidate is Davos, send all those African immigrants crossing the water straight there. Make it impossible even with the highest of security for all the Oligarchs to avoid the new realities.

    Replies: @Thomas, @Dan Hayes, @reiner Tor, @Neoconned

    One doesn’t have to give out private addresses one should just to mention the general areas where they should go. Like Malibu that was mentioned here not long ago, and all the lily white progressive zones in New York and other such cities.

    I would be willing to give $ to those who organized one way bus trips for undocumented DREAMers convicted of felonies etc. Similar trips for any shades of African/MENA/South Asian refugees in Europe. Always dump them into the richest liberal areas and tell them to just ask residents there for money, because they are all generous warm-hearted people.

    • Replies: @Neoconned
    @reiner Tor

    I forgot who it was but someone on here had a good idea..... Trump should build HUD housing in Malibu and Marin counties and Long Island near the Hamptons....if the local govt tries to block it NAIL THEM TO THE WALL w federal fines and discrimination fees....

    Replies: @Anonymous

  78. I occasionally run into Michael Ben-Ari when doing grocery shopping. His heart is in the right place but he doesn’t know how to sell his ideas to the wider public. Way too coarse, even for Israeli audiences.

  79. Anonymous [AKA "wndrn"] says:
    @eah
    https://twitter.com/HenryMakow/status/959154592624898048

    Replies: @eah, @anon, @Anonymous

    Jews try to unload Israel’s Unwanted African Migrants on Australia as well as Canada.http://www.jpost.com/Diplomacy-and-Politics/Danny-Danon-Send-African-migrants-to-Australia

    Why must they go to a country/culture that is foreign to them? If Eritrea is out of the question, why can’t a deal be struck to send them to Nigeria, Rwanda, or many other areas, one might ask the Jews…

  80. @Twinkie
    @3g4me

    Because people who build and maintain civilization are not wolves, but sheepdogs. That’s what some of you young hotheads don’t understand - if you turned whites into blacks, what would have been the point of “making America white again”?

    You may think that having whites-only is enough, but at the end of the day what makes life pleasant and, better still, lead to loftier things is civilization.

    Replies: @Neuday, @Jack Hanson, @Discard

    Harrumph. Who was it that said something like “I study war so my son can study art”? Well, studying art must’ve led to our fathers studying their navels, so I guess it’s our job, or our son’s, to study war again. Strauss and Howe talk of cycles.

  81. John Lenon did write and record the most God awful song in pop music history :

    “Imagine”

    But he never did the real life nation destroying , promote the mass 3rd world migration invasion activism that rich celebrities like Rob Reiner of Malibu do.

    John Lenon did not deserve to be killed , I wouldn’t t have doxed him.

    Rob Reiner and this mouthy Lib Woman rabbi in Israel do deserve to be doxed.

    Here s hoping they catch Ebola. Same applies to that CINO Pope Francis.

  82. @Twinkie
    @3g4me

    Because people who build and maintain civilization are not wolves, but sheepdogs. That’s what some of you young hotheads don’t understand - if you turned whites into blacks, what would have been the point of “making America white again”?

    You may think that having whites-only is enough, but at the end of the day what makes life pleasant and, better still, lead to loftier things is civilization.

    Replies: @Neuday, @Jack Hanson, @Discard

    This is cuckservatism 101: “I’m far too good to get my hands dirty”.

    Let me know how you and Steve plan to win this thing with blog posts. Ill wait.

    • Replies: @Twinkie
    @Jack Hanson


    This is cuckservatism 101: “I’m far too good to get my hands dirty”.
     
    What do you do to get your hands dirty?

    For one thing, I help build homes for poor people in West Virginia, the vast majority of whom are poor, downtrodden whites. My hands, and those of my older children, get dirty, all right.

    Overseas, I killed and shed blood for our country. I am not afraid to do bloody things where and when necessary. But that’s not the same thing as matching the evil acts of our opponents tit-for-tat. If you’ve ever been involved in counter-terrorism or counter-insurgency, you’d know the application of violence has to be judicious - at the time, place, and intensity of our own choosing, rather than being egged in by events and our opponents into imitating them. That’s what THEY want.

    Replies: @Jack Hanson, @Charles Erwin Wilson

    , @3g4me
    @Jack Hanson

    @84 Jack Hanson: "This is cuckservatism 101: “I’m far too good to get my hands dirty”.

    Let me know how you and Steve plan to win this thing with blog posts. Ill wait."

    Hey Jack, don't you know that "rule of law" and muh magic constitution are gonna save the day? Just as they obviously will for Andrew Oswalt: for the hate crime of placing some bumper stickers and making an evil salute (he's not accused of urging others to take violent or illegal actions nor of committing any himself) he's been arrested and faces federal charges - and they took his guns, too, just in case. muh magic land of liberty

  83. The Koch (pronounced Coke) Brothers are spending billions to promote Clan Migration. What ethnic animus against Whites do they have? After all, former NYC mayor Ed Koch (pronounced Cotch) was a White man who was very pro-White. Right?

  84. @Charles Erwin Wilson
    @Reg Cæsar

    Hmm. Are you a Mormon?

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    Hmm. Are you a Mormon?

    I prefer my mumbo-jumbo in medieval Latin.

    I don’t want anything to do with any church that won’t let me drink A&W Cream Soda.

  85. @27 year old
    This has been kicked around for a while now, but so far nobody has done it in America as far as I know.

    Sarah Silverman would be a great person to start with, because she's obnoxious and also it would instantly draw attention to Israel's immigration policies, which is always a good thing.

    Replies: @Neoconned

    Sarah Silverman is hot as you know what. Even at 40something I’d consider marrying her in a heartbeat.

    But then I see her repulsive personality & I’d rather get w a fat chick.

    Anyway I like this strategy….send the Africans or whatever other deadbeats to the homes of those who invite them in…

    • Replies: @Rosamond Vincy
    @Neoconned

    That's why she got that part in School of Rock. Hot enough so you could see why the roommate would put up with her, but obnoxious enough so you could see a) why he'd be happier without her, and b) why she wasn't with someone of equal hotness. Only a desperate nerd would stay in a relationship with her.

  86. @neutral
    One doesn't have to give out private addresses one should just to mention the general areas where they should go. Like Malibu that was mentioned here not long ago, and all the lily white progressive zones in New York and other such cities. I really don't know why people have not already done this, it shouldn't take too much to pool some money to hire some buses, and pay for things like tents for people to go there and create their own "Jungle of Calais", if somebody decided to do this I would definitely donate.

    Another excellent candidate is Davos, send all those African immigrants crossing the water straight there. Make it impossible even with the highest of security for all the Oligarchs to avoid the new realities.

    Replies: @Thomas, @Dan Hayes, @reiner Tor, @Neoconned

    If any of you know rich ppl in LA they should round up a few hundred homeless and bus them into Malibu….they can sleep and defecate on the private beaches until the riot police show up

  87. @reiner Tor
    @neutral


    One doesn’t have to give out private addresses one should just to mention the general areas where they should go. Like Malibu that was mentioned here not long ago, and all the lily white progressive zones in New York and other such cities.
     
    I would be willing to give $ to those who organized one way bus trips for undocumented DREAMers convicted of felonies etc. Similar trips for any shades of African/MENA/South Asian refugees in Europe. Always dump them into the richest liberal areas and tell them to just ask residents there for money, because they are all generous warm-hearted people.

    Replies: @Neoconned

    I forgot who it was but someone on here had a good idea….. Trump should build HUD housing in Malibu and Marin counties and Long Island near the Hamptons….if the local govt tries to block it NAIL THEM TO THE WALL w federal fines and discrimination fees….

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Neoconned

    ==>Trump should build HUD housing in Malibu and Marin counties and Long Island near the Hamptons

    What's wrong with tent cities? Start with, say, 1 million each, then let clan migration and nice locales work their magic.

    Perhaps some enterprising Eritreans/Somalis can grow kat in Rob Reiner's yard.

    Come to think about it, perhaps Rob Reiner and his rich white buddies won't like the diversity. No problema. We'll move them to a NEW TENT CITY in Arizona, where they and other corruptocrats can re-learn how to till the soil to feed themselves by the sweat of their white brows.

  88. This is clever, because it targets specific One-Worlders, but these stunts have limited effectiveness.

    Where the Left goes wrong is by blocking traffic and annoying people going about their business, thinking they are raising ‘awareness.’ BLM, apart from murdering cops regularly, spent most of their time simply annoying people trying to drive home.

    Did they raise ‘awareness?’ Nope. Most of those people trapped by howling mobs screaming profanities with their BLM signs drove away thinking like Groucho Marx: ‘Whatever it is, I’m against it.’

    The Dreamers went and banged pots and pans, yelling outside Chuck Schumer’s house in Park Slope at night. He almost surely wasn’t home, but his neighbors were. All reliable Left liberals, sure, but making a racket outside people’s homes is not something that makes people sympathetic.

    Leave the stunts to the Leftists. Whenever illegal aliens or purple haired viragos or BLM racists are in the streets screaming profanities at cops and calling everyone who disagrees w/ them a nazi, we win.

    Say, whatever happened to BLM anyway?

  89. @Jack Hanson
    @Twinkie

    This is cuckservatism 101: "I'm far too good to get my hands dirty".

    Let me know how you and Steve plan to win this thing with blog posts. Ill wait.

    Replies: @Twinkie, @3g4me

    This is cuckservatism 101: “I’m far too good to get my hands dirty”.

    What do you do to get your hands dirty?

    For one thing, I help build homes for poor people in West Virginia, the vast majority of whom are poor, downtrodden whites. My hands, and those of my older children, get dirty, all right.

    Overseas, I killed and shed blood for our country. I am not afraid to do bloody things where and when necessary. But that’s not the same thing as matching the evil acts of our opponents tit-for-tat. If you’ve ever been involved in counter-terrorism or counter-insurgency, you’d know the application of violence has to be judicious – at the time, place, and intensity of our own choosing, rather than being egged in by events and our opponents into imitating them. That’s what THEY want.

    • Replies: @Jack Hanson
    @Twinkie

    Oh plenty, especially if you read some of my inside baseball posts about how immigration enforcement actually works and apply a little nuance. Also, there's a HUGE chasm between feeding the Left some of those own medicine and a civil conflict, so stop trying to conflate the two. You were talking about the former and then hauled goalposts. And I've never met anyone who unironically referred to themselves as a "sheepdog" who wasn't a massive blowhard. Jus' sayin'.

    Replies: @Twinkie

    , @Charles Erwin Wilson
    @Twinkie

    Agree, and well said.

    Replies: @Twinkie

  90. Yes, doxxing is wrong and can be dangerous– but this is still funny!

    Imagine the faces of all those tolerant-diverse-vibrant hypocrites when their new guests shoe up….

  91. @Neoconned
    @27 year old

    Sarah Silverman is hot as you know what. Even at 40something I'd consider marrying her in a heartbeat.

    But then I see her repulsive personality & I'd rather get w a fat chick.

    Anyway I like this strategy....send the Africans or whatever other deadbeats to the homes of those who invite them in...

    Replies: @Rosamond Vincy

    That’s why she got that part in School of Rock. Hot enough so you could see why the roommate would put up with her, but obnoxious enough so you could see a) why he’d be happier without her, and b) why she wasn’t with someone of equal hotness. Only a desperate nerd would stay in a relationship with her.

  92. @Nachum
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Can't you drive right into The Dakota?

    Replies: @Buzz Mohawk

    You can, but his car parked curbside where people walk by on the sidewalk.

    The security exposure brings to mind how Reagan got shot curbside a few months later.

  93. @Anonymous
    @eah

    Don't show that artwork to Africans. They'll try to mount her.

    Replies: @donut

    Aphrodite of Cnidus, Glyptothek Munich

    “The statue became a tourist attraction in spite of being a cult image, and a patron of the Knidians. Nicomedes I of Bithynia offered to pay off the enormous debts of the city of Knidos in exchange for the statue, but the Knidians rejected his offer. The statue would have been polychromed,[3] and was so lifelike that it even aroused men sexually, as witnessed by the tradition that a young man broke into the temple at night and attempted to copulate with the statue, leaving a stain on it. This story is recorded in the dialogue Erotes (section 15), traditionally misattributed to Lucian of Samosata.[4] The same dialogue also offers the fullest literary description of the temenos of Aphrodite at Knidos.”

  94. @J.Ross
    @Rod1963

    The point is, everything you do away from keyboard could be more or less attractive to an unelected ATF Stasi as an excuse to save the world from you, and going to people's private residences is (rightly) maximally attractive for that purpose. To say nothing of legitimate law enforcement concerns.
    Maybe a better example is the imprisonment of Jew Goldstein after Kurt Eichenwald lied about suffering a seizure.

    Replies: @Jack Hanson, @Kylie

    “The point is, everything you do away from keyboard could be more or less attractive to an unelected ATF Stasi as an excuse to save the world from you…”

    No, the point is we’re white–and not the good kind. We don’t need to do anything to become targets of the left. We just need to be.

  95. There is always the possibility that someone with a notion to do it happens to have a job that would let them take a shot, Lee Harvey Oswald for example. Robert Kennedy was shot going through a hotel kitchen.

    Squeaky Fromme copycat Sara Jane Moore (who unlike Fromme actually fired at Ford) came very very close to killing the most protected person in America. Omar J. Gonzalez the 2014 intruder got over the White House wall, in a door past, a guard and was stopped by someone coming off duty. If they proceed in a determined fashion and are willing to accept the consequences and odds against success, anyone can have a fair chance of killing anyone.

  96. @Tiny Duck
    Demographics are not on your side

    We will remember your transgressions and visit recompense on your sirelings

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Seth Largo

    We will remember your transgressions and visit recompense on your sirelings.

    Lol. I think you’ve been reading too much Cormac McCarthy.

  97. You do realize any homeowners ownership record is a public document in the county of ownership, right? And these are just about all online now. Not putting out their home address is moot in that circumstance. Or if they are in a physical phone book, or if they have ever been involved in a legal proceeding, especially over property, whose records aren’t sealed, or….well there are a lot of ways to get an address.

    Following them around though, that is stalking and definitely illegal.

    I assume that most rich people buying property is done through a dummy corp, and all of them live behind gated communities. funny how they isolate themselves from the consequences of behavior we have to deal with every day.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @theMann

    But the most dangerous wackos tend to be bored by and ineffectual at boring research.

    Replies: @J.Ross

    , @Twinkie
    @theMann


    I assume that most rich people buying property is done through a dummy corp
     
    Some do it through a trust. And it’s not just rich people. Women fleeing from abusive husbands/boyfriends and don’t want to be found also use it.
  98. @newrouter
    "This is very funny, but I’m totally against giving out private addresses, no matter how much they might deserve it."

    I think your John Lennon example fails when it comes to politicians. The politicians pushing open borders are inflicting pain on the citizens of their country with no repercussion. See Kate Steinle(sp?).
    I know that left likes to do this tactic ( see head of the fcc) but they do so with paid "activists". Returning a "pet" to its rightful owner is proper.

    Replies: @Twinkie

    I think your John Lennon example fails when it comes to politicians. The politicians pushing open borders are inflicting pain on the citizens of their country with no repercussion. See Kate Steinle(sp?).
    I know that left likes to do this tactic ( see head of the fcc) but they do so with paid “activists”. Returning a “pet” to its rightful owner is proper.

    The problem with doing something like this isn’t simply about the morality of hurting your political opponents (and how much). You have to consider the potential collateral damage and the possibility of unforeseen consequences that hurt innocent people and harm your cause.

    Also, you have to remember that whatever intentions you had, you own all the consequences that spring from your initial action – you become accessory to the actions of all the unhinged people who do not share your intentions and sense of limits, and utilize the information you publicize to unleash their madness.

  99. @theMann
    You do realize any homeowners ownership record is a public document in the county of ownership, right? And these are just about all online now. Not putting out their home address is moot in that circumstance. Or if they are in a physical phone book, or if they have ever been involved in a legal proceeding, especially over property, whose records aren't sealed, or....well there are a lot of ways to get an address.


    Following them around though, that is stalking and definitely illegal.

    I assume that most rich people buying property is done through a dummy corp, and all of them live behind gated communities. funny how they isolate themselves from the consequences of behavior we have to deal with every day.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Twinkie

    But the most dangerous wackos tend to be bored by and ineffectual at boring research.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @Steve Sailer

    The most dangerous whackos are the ones that can do research and demonstrate patience: Kaczynski, the Mad Bomber of Brooklyn, the DC snipers, that one guy who bombed an abortion clinic and then successfully hid in the woods for years.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer

  100. @Jack Hanson
    @Twinkie

    This is cuckservatism 101: "I'm far too good to get my hands dirty".

    Let me know how you and Steve plan to win this thing with blog posts. Ill wait.

    Replies: @Twinkie, @3g4me

    @84 Jack Hanson: “This is cuckservatism 101: “I’m far too good to get my hands dirty”.

    Let me know how you and Steve plan to win this thing with blog posts. Ill wait.”

    Hey Jack, don’t you know that “rule of law” and muh magic constitution are gonna save the day? Just as they obviously will for Andrew Oswalt: for the hate crime of placing some bumper stickers and making an evil salute (he’s not accused of urging others to take violent or illegal actions nor of committing any himself) he’s been arrested and faces federal charges – and they took his guns, too, just in case. muh magic land of liberty

  101. @Steve Sailer
    @theMann

    But the most dangerous wackos tend to be bored by and ineffectual at boring research.

    Replies: @J.Ross

    The most dangerous whackos are the ones that can do research and demonstrate patience: Kaczynski, the Mad Bomber of Brooklyn, the DC snipers, that one guy who bombed an abortion clinic and then successfully hid in the woods for years.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @J.Ross

    Sure, but how many Ted Kaczynski types are there?

    Replies: @Twinkie, @J.Ross

  102. “This is very funny” – Steve
    I don’t think it’s very funny. It’s a cruel joke. See how grateful the old black is in the photo? He thinks these jews are helping him find a better place to live. lol? He’s probably a simpleton (based on avg. African iq) and the jews are making a fool of him. Isn’t it wrong to use another man like this? Pranks are inherently mean-spirited, and the butt of this one seems to be the poor dumb blacks who fall for it, not the good mrs. rebbe silverman. When you prank somebody by ordering pizzas for them, it’s the pizza shop/delivery boy who suffers, not the “pranked” whose only loss is the time it takes to tell the delivery boy that he did not order those pizzas and will not pay for them.

  103. @J.Ross
    @Steve Sailer

    The most dangerous whackos are the ones that can do research and demonstrate patience: Kaczynski, the Mad Bomber of Brooklyn, the DC snipers, that one guy who bombed an abortion clinic and then successfully hid in the woods for years.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer

    Sure, but how many Ted Kaczynski types are there?

    • Replies: @Twinkie
    @Steve Sailer


    Sure, but how many Ted Kaczynski types are there?
     
    Increasingly too many, as communal/family ties are loosening and people aren’t around to support, let alone spot, loonies. And it doesn’t require buying the entire published output of the now defunct Paladin Press to learn how to cause havoc, even for people who lack government-funded training.
    , @J.Ross
    @Steve Sailer

    Well, now that Ayersite institutional long-marchers have married academic success to leftist cant ... none. But how many people drop off the grid with a copy of the do/k/ument? Kevin Flaherty of the blogs Cryptogon and Farmlet, an American IT professional turned low-tech farmer in New Zealand, is not at all violent or criminal in any way, but definitely has ideas that would be conflated with Kaczynskism by the great big eyeball.

  104. @Neoconned
    @reiner Tor

    I forgot who it was but someone on here had a good idea..... Trump should build HUD housing in Malibu and Marin counties and Long Island near the Hamptons....if the local govt tries to block it NAIL THEM TO THE WALL w federal fines and discrimination fees....

    Replies: @Anonymous

    ==>Trump should build HUD housing in Malibu and Marin counties and Long Island near the Hamptons

    What’s wrong with tent cities? Start with, say, 1 million each, then let clan migration and nice locales work their magic.

    Perhaps some enterprising Eritreans/Somalis can grow kat in Rob Reiner’s yard.

    Come to think about it, perhaps Rob Reiner and his rich white buddies won’t like the diversity. No problema. We’ll move them to a NEW TENT CITY in Arizona, where they and other corruptocrats can re-learn how to till the soil to feed themselves by the sweat of their white brows.

  105. @theMann
    You do realize any homeowners ownership record is a public document in the county of ownership, right? And these are just about all online now. Not putting out their home address is moot in that circumstance. Or if they are in a physical phone book, or if they have ever been involved in a legal proceeding, especially over property, whose records aren't sealed, or....well there are a lot of ways to get an address.


    Following them around though, that is stalking and definitely illegal.

    I assume that most rich people buying property is done through a dummy corp, and all of them live behind gated communities. funny how they isolate themselves from the consequences of behavior we have to deal with every day.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Twinkie

    I assume that most rich people buying property is done through a dummy corp

    Some do it through a trust. And it’s not just rich people. Women fleeing from abusive husbands/boyfriends and don’t want to be found also use it.

  106. @Steve Sailer
    @J.Ross

    Sure, but how many Ted Kaczynski types are there?

    Replies: @Twinkie, @J.Ross

    Sure, but how many Ted Kaczynski types are there?

    Increasingly too many, as communal/family ties are loosening and people aren’t around to support, let alone spot, loonies. And it doesn’t require buying the entire published output of the now defunct Paladin Press to learn how to cause havoc, even for people who lack government-funded training.

  107. @Steve Sailer
    @Tiny Duck

    Others may have a Huge Peacock for their emotional support therapy animal, but we have a Tiny Duck.

    Replies: @Twinkie

    I now think Tiny Duck is funny. He’s probably a clever joint FBI-white supremacist false flag or honeypot (or is it crackpot) op.

  108. @Steve Sailer
    @J.Ross

    Sure, but how many Ted Kaczynski types are there?

    Replies: @Twinkie, @J.Ross

    Well, now that Ayersite institutional long-marchers have married academic success to leftist cant … none. But how many people drop off the grid with a copy of the do/k/ument? Kevin Flaherty of the blogs Cryptogon and Farmlet, an American IT professional turned low-tech farmer in New Zealand, is not at all violent or criminal in any way, but definitely has ideas that would be conflated with Kaczynskism by the great big eyeball.

  109. Jack Hanson says:
    @Twinkie
    @Jack Hanson


    This is cuckservatism 101: “I’m far too good to get my hands dirty”.
     
    What do you do to get your hands dirty?

    For one thing, I help build homes for poor people in West Virginia, the vast majority of whom are poor, downtrodden whites. My hands, and those of my older children, get dirty, all right.

    Overseas, I killed and shed blood for our country. I am not afraid to do bloody things where and when necessary. But that’s not the same thing as matching the evil acts of our opponents tit-for-tat. If you’ve ever been involved in counter-terrorism or counter-insurgency, you’d know the application of violence has to be judicious - at the time, place, and intensity of our own choosing, rather than being egged in by events and our opponents into imitating them. That’s what THEY want.

    Replies: @Jack Hanson, @Charles Erwin Wilson

    Oh plenty, especially if you read some of my inside baseball posts about how immigration enforcement actually works and apply a little nuance. Also, there’s a HUGE chasm between feeding the Left some of those own medicine and a civil conflict, so stop trying to conflate the two. You were talking about the former and then hauled goalposts. And I’ve never met anyone who unironically referred to themselves as a “sheepdog” who wasn’t a massive blowhard. Jus’ sayin’.

    • Replies: @Twinkie
    @Jack Hanson


    And I’ve never met anyone who unironically referred to themselves as a “sheepdog” who wasn’t a massive blowhard. Jus’ sayin’.
     
    1. I didn’t call myself a sheepdog. I wrote that civilizations need sheepdogs, not wolves.

    2. Do you ever pass up an opportunity to degenerate everything into name-calling?

    Also, there’s a HUGE chasm between feeding the Left some of those own medicine
     
    I guess you don’t understand analogies. My point wasn’t that “doxxing” was an act of civil conflict, but rather that acts that violate social norms can blow back on the perpetrator and harm his cause when not done judiciously and may also cause harm to bystanders (which is both immoral and compounds the self-harm).

    Lashing out angrily is poor impulse control - the very behavior people criticize as the domain of blacks here. Simply being vicious doesn’t win you wars or political conflicts - being judicious does. It’s often the side that makes fewer mistakes that wins.
  110. @Twinkie
    @Jack Hanson


    This is cuckservatism 101: “I’m far too good to get my hands dirty”.
     
    What do you do to get your hands dirty?

    For one thing, I help build homes for poor people in West Virginia, the vast majority of whom are poor, downtrodden whites. My hands, and those of my older children, get dirty, all right.

    Overseas, I killed and shed blood for our country. I am not afraid to do bloody things where and when necessary. But that’s not the same thing as matching the evil acts of our opponents tit-for-tat. If you’ve ever been involved in counter-terrorism or counter-insurgency, you’d know the application of violence has to be judicious - at the time, place, and intensity of our own choosing, rather than being egged in by events and our opponents into imitating them. That’s what THEY want.

    Replies: @Jack Hanson, @Charles Erwin Wilson

    Agree, and well said.

    • Replies: @Twinkie
    @Charles Erwin Wilson

    Thank you.

  111. No, this is totally warranted. These people are traitors to their nation and any harm that comes to them is on their heads. They want to advocate for policies that will end up harming the less well off in their nations, fine they can foot the bill and deal with the physical harm that follows.

  112. @Jack Hanson
    @Twinkie

    Oh plenty, especially if you read some of my inside baseball posts about how immigration enforcement actually works and apply a little nuance. Also, there's a HUGE chasm between feeding the Left some of those own medicine and a civil conflict, so stop trying to conflate the two. You were talking about the former and then hauled goalposts. And I've never met anyone who unironically referred to themselves as a "sheepdog" who wasn't a massive blowhard. Jus' sayin'.

    Replies: @Twinkie

    And I’ve never met anyone who unironically referred to themselves as a “sheepdog” who wasn’t a massive blowhard. Jus’ sayin’.

    1. I didn’t call myself a sheepdog. I wrote that civilizations need sheepdogs, not wolves.

    2. Do you ever pass up an opportunity to degenerate everything into name-calling?

    Also, there’s a HUGE chasm between feeding the Left some of those own medicine

    I guess you don’t understand analogies. My point wasn’t that “doxxing” was an act of civil conflict, but rather that acts that violate social norms can blow back on the perpetrator and harm his cause when not done judiciously and may also cause harm to bystanders (which is both immoral and compounds the self-harm).

    Lashing out angrily is poor impulse control – the very behavior people criticize as the domain of blacks here. Simply being vicious doesn’t win you wars or political conflicts – being judicious does. It’s often the side that makes fewer mistakes that wins.

  113. @Charles Erwin Wilson
    @Twinkie

    Agree, and well said.

    Replies: @Twinkie

    Thank you.

  114. @Wilkey
    My preference would be to buy homes next door to every congressman in the country and turn them into illegal alien boarding houses.

    Replies: @Lucas McCrudy

    ‘Michael Ben-Ari and Baruch Marzel arrived in southern Tel Aviv today and distributed leaflets to infiltrators in Tigrinya, the language spoken by natives of Eritrea and parts of Ethiopia.
    The leaflets contain addresses and phone numbers of left-wing activists and Meretz MKs who have backed the demand by some infiltrators to be given legal status in Israel.

    -A similar ‘doxxing’ could be limited to all Dem congresscritters/senators as well as their RINO colleagues. Maybe throw in WaPo writers, MSNBC, CNN anchors. Wait a few months till the weather warms up around the country so maybe many of our infiltrators -oops, I mean undocumented immigrants- will decide to squat long-term in close proximity to our esteemed leaders.
    Print outs in English/Spanish w/ maps and include the same basic wording regardless of the individual: something like “I firmly support comprehensive immigration reform and believe immigrants strengthen and enrich our communities. That’s why I have invited you to live in my house anytime you want. There’ll be Free meals, free everything; all you have to do is show up. Please be sure to come to my home tomorrow so we can get acquainted. Don’t be afraid if no one answers my door at first or if you’re turned away initially. My neighbors and I want you in our community! In fact we’d love it if you settled in our neighborhoods permanently! We’re ready to take you in, you can live in a very good place for free with your entire family, with your friends.”

  115. @Twinkie
    @3g4me

    Because people who build and maintain civilization are not wolves, but sheepdogs. That’s what some of you young hotheads don’t understand - if you turned whites into blacks, what would have been the point of “making America white again”?

    You may think that having whites-only is enough, but at the end of the day what makes life pleasant and, better still, lead to loftier things is civilization.

    Replies: @Neuday, @Jack Hanson, @Discard

    When I was a boy in the San Fernando Valley, my German neighbor was a quiet, pleasant, well-educated engineer, the very model of a civilization builder. Read books in four or five languages, very civic minded, and tolerant of the curious little boy who pestered him. When I came home after military service, he told me about his time in the U.S. Army during WW2. He tortured Germans who were thought to have information that we wanted. No wooden wedges under the fingernails or any of that gothic stuff, he just played bad cop to an American interrogator’s good cop. Fists and boots only. The good cop would hear the ruckus while he was out of the cell getting some coffee, rush back in to pull my neighbor off the prisoner, and get the needed information from him.

    The point is, good civilized men need to do the dirty work themselves if they don’t want things to get out of control. If you’re too good to kick the crap out of some rascal in a measured manner, then some thug without a conscience will gladly do it for you.

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