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King of Siam and First Concubine

One recent development has been that nonwhite overdogs like the King of Siam and the Ruler of China are increasingly off-limits to white Western kidding. It’s punching up, or something. For example, from Buzzfeed:

British GQ Put China’s President And Thailand’s King On Its “Worst Dressed” List, Then Removed Them Online So As Not To Cause Offence

The magazine’s parent company confirmed to BuzzFeed News they’d been removed from GQ’s website.

Posted on December 6, 2019, at 5:30 a.m.
Mark Di Stefano, BuzzFeed News Reporter

When British GQ published its prestigious annual list of best-dressed men — this year topped by actor Timothée Chalamet — the magazine’s staff also named 10 of the world’s worst dressed.

Top of the list was Boris Johnson’s perpetually tracksuited chief adviser Dominic Cummings (“why does Boris Johnson’s political disruptor dress like an unlicensed cab driver?”). The nine others included Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg (“Android chic is not a vibe”), US president Donald Trump (“A sad and sorry perennial fixture”), and Tory frontbencher Jacob Rees-Mogg (“A haunted pencil”). …

But on GQ’s own website, something was different. The “top 10” list had become a “top 8”. Missing were two individuals: China’s president Xi Jinping and king of Thailand Maha Vajiralongkorn.

According to sources at Condé Nast, GQ’s parent company, the controversial world leaders had been removed after management got wind of who was on the list.

In a statement to BuzzFeed News on Friday, a Condé Nast spokesperson confirmed the world leaders had been scrubbed from the worst-dressed list over concerns that it “would travel globally and grant traction” without necessary context.

 
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  1. That’s really the king of Siam?

    But then, what is Thighland but a land of whores?

    • Replies: @anonymous
    hey anonymous 425 ---- it is not the fault of Thailand that you are a despicable son of a bitch, if that is what you are.

    Or maybe you are drunk, and angry?

    Well, God forgives the stupid and the drunken.

    Just don't ever say anything as nasty as that again about Thailand, or any other country where better men than you live.

    Or if you do, why don't you first go into a biker bar and be as rude as you can, at least if you do that you will show courage, instead of the sloppy foul-mouthed mess you indulged yourself in at 1:31 AM GMT, you little creep.

    , @Reg Cæsar

    That’s really the king of Siam?
     
    Ohwhattanăh, ohwhattanăh, ohwhattanăh Siam.
  2. The first time I visited Thailand on business, the executive assistant to the Thai CEO my colleagues and I were meeting crawled into the room, shuffling forward on her knees, to serve us tea and biscuits.

    Their customs are different.

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
    'The first time I visited Thailand on business, the executive assistant to the Thai CEO my colleagues and I were meeting crawled into the room, shuffling forward on her knees, to serve us tea and biscuits.

    Their customs are different.'

    ? You'll be expected to behave similarly if you're ever permitted to bathe in the light of my presence.
    , @Citizen of a Silly Country
    Not my scene, but it's their country. That's the beauty of different countries for different peoples. We can all do our own thing. Multiculturalism forces differing cultures and values onto differing peoples. It's truly retarded and will never work.
    , @songbird
    In the time of Anna Leonowens, the woman whose memoirs the "King and I" is partly based on (that is to say, roughly around the American Civil War), Thais marked their slaves like cattle, and still committed human sacrifice. They would kill and bury people to dedicate a new city gate, or to get household spirits for a new palace.

    I bring this up when some people say that that Europeans invented "chattel slavery." Of course, the Thais didn't use Africans, so it makes no difference to the woke.

    , @TheMediumIsTheMassage
    I am so glad I'm white.
    , @BB753
    Oh, the beauty of heteropatriarchy!
    , @Anonymous
    Disgusting example of asian degeneracy there. At least in America we're working on making a more inclusive environment for everyone and righting past injustices, with the crimes of the past exposed to some possibility of reparation rather than adding to the bill that has to be paid to the disadvantaged portions of society.
  3. Why even wear a little cut-off top like that? They are for holding up boobies. I think.
    And I see we are exporting hipster-pants.

    • Agree: YetAnotherAnon
  4. anonymous[379] • Disclaimer says:

    wwebd said – actually, the King of Thailand is a very decent person and someone who, like almost all of us, deserves not to be mocked by the lower ranks of hoi polloi.

    Also, and everybody knows this, there are maybe two or three actors in Hollywood who have their own sense of style, and those actors do not put up with bullshit from the servile entertainment industry. The King of Thailand deserves at least the same respect as anyone in Hollywood, or more – after all, he does a real job, they are just court entertainers, even the best of them.

    And if he – the King of Thailand – wants, every once in a while, to relax, well so does everyone else, and he, and every other decent God-fearing man, should be able to effectively tell the little spiteful people who run most of the entertainment and information industry to fuck off and stay the fuck away with their nasty little effeminate gossip and their wimpy little cowardly cameras when he is relaxing, because he is a man who deserves respect and they are what they are …. .

    So yeah, British GQ fucked up at first and then did the right thing, 8 was better than 10. Better if they had not been impish little losers at first, but glad to see that they manned up, and decided not to be the foolish little monkey imps they wanted to be at first.

    • Replies: @AKAHorace

    wwebd said – actually, the King of Thailand is a very decent person and someone who, like almost all of us, deserves not to be mocked by the lower ranks of hoi polloi.
     
    Do you mean the current King of Thailand or his father ?
    , @Reg Cæsar

    actually, the King of Thailand is a very decent person and someone who, like almost all of us, deserves not to be mocked by the lower ranks of hoi polloi.
     
    The same could be said of Elizabeth II, but she didn't cover herself with skin damage. Is this an ancient Thai tradition, or is he just taking after the worst practices of the West?


    Thailand's King Maha Vajiralongkorn Shows Off His Sick Ink

    (NB: "Sick" appears to be a compliment in the tat world. Perhaps someone more in tune with it could let us in on the jargon.)
    , @El Dato
    You shall indeed be invited to the next court reception.
    , @Kylie
    "They say! What say they? Let them say." doesn't resonate with you, does it?
  5. The Asian Century is here. Enjoy living in an Empire in Decline. It’s not as bad as it sounds, England remains a dynamic, vibrant place.

    • Replies: @Cato

    England remains a dynamic, vibrant place.
     
    True enough, London is wonderful, probably the third-best city in the world. But it is in decline -- increasingly full of third worlders -- definitely shuffling off its mortal coil.
    , @YetAnotherAnon
    "England remains a dynamic, vibrant place"

    It certainly does.

    https://www.standard.co.uk/news/crime

    The unenriched areas of England are becoming fewer each year, and the truly unenriched (like Lake District/North Yorkshire) are overwhelmed by tourists "seeking a way into the lost past".
    , @Herbert West
    New around here? “Vibrant” is code for things we don’t like
  6. One of the worst sins you can commit in Thailand is to speak unfavorably of or insult the king. He commands more authority and ligitimacy than the government itself.

    • Agree: YetAnotherAnon
    • Replies: @Anonymous
    It's illegal to criticize the king in Thailand. You can be jailed for this.

    Thailand is of course, therefore, not to be regarded as a serious country.

    Even if the king is actually a basically decent person, any country in which a certain person or group cannot be criticized is not a serious country.
  7. dude, that guy from Thailand. no way.

    he would be the worst dressed guy at Venice Beach. there are millions of homeless bums dressed better than that.

  8. @PiltdownMan
    The first time I visited Thailand on business, the executive assistant to the Thai CEO my colleagues and I were meeting crawled into the room, shuffling forward on her knees, to serve us tea and biscuits.

    Their customs are different.

    https://i.imgur.com/tAtncGH.jpg

    ‘The first time I visited Thailand on business, the executive assistant to the Thai CEO my colleagues and I were meeting crawled into the room, shuffling forward on her knees, to serve us tea and biscuits.

    Their customs are different.’

    ? You’ll be expected to behave similarly if you’re ever permitted to bathe in the light of my presence.

    • LOL: gsjackson, AndrewR
  9. anonymous[391] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous
    That's really the king of Siam?

    But then, what is Thighland but a land of whores?

    hey anonymous 425 —- it is not the fault of Thailand that you are a despicable son of a bitch, if that is what you are.

    Or maybe you are drunk, and angry?

    Well, God forgives the stupid and the drunken.

    Just don’t ever say anything as nasty as that again about Thailand, or any other country where better men than you live.

    Or if you do, why don’t you first go into a biker bar and be as rude as you can, at least if you do that you will show courage, instead of the sloppy foul-mouthed mess you indulged yourself in at 1:31 AM GMT, you little creep.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    Well, I mean, they did go naming the capital Bangcock. Nobody does that sort of thing by accident. What's the chances?

    (Some of us can take a joke, is what I'm saying.)

    BTW, if that tatted up dude is really the King of Thailand, then he deserves no respect whatsoever. How stupid do you have to be? That stuff doesn't come off easy.
    , @Anonymous

    Well, God forgives the stupid and the drunken.
     
    Your shtick as Thighland's Hasbara is pretty funny. I'll say one thing. Stupidity and drunkenness make a member of the Royal House splatter his body with ugly tattoos.

    As far as I'm concerned, the only TRUE king of Siam is this guy:

    PS the kid at 1:21 seems to be homo.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z9L_lilJKQQ

    , @Pop Warner
    Yellow fragility is real
    , @Moshe
    My bidet is painted like the king and I agree, it does a great job and should not be mocked!
  10. It’s not that we’re punching up; it’s that they punch back.

    Non-elite American whites could learn from them. Those that hate us and want our people turned into helots won’t quit until we punch (metaphorically, of course) back.

    Whites need our own attack dogs. For that, we need communities. Organize. Start meeting people face to face. Join groups. Find people like us and form your own groups. It’s our only hope.

    • Replies: @James Braxton
    And breed. Don't forget to breed.
    , @LoutishAngloQuebecker
    Where can I start and meet some like minded people locally?
  11. @PiltdownMan
    The first time I visited Thailand on business, the executive assistant to the Thai CEO my colleagues and I were meeting crawled into the room, shuffling forward on her knees, to serve us tea and biscuits.

    Their customs are different.

    https://i.imgur.com/tAtncGH.jpg

    Not my scene, but it’s their country. That’s the beauty of different countries for different peoples. We can all do our own thing. Multiculturalism forces differing cultures and values onto differing peoples. It’s truly retarded and will never work.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
    "Multiculturalism forces differing cultures and values onto differing peoples. It’s truly retarded and will never work."

    Except it has worked very well actually in the States. Refer to the Eastern/Southern Europeans. They were looked at with disdain by WASPs. Never would Italians and Poles be able to assimilate and learn "Anglo-Saxon" traditions.

    As Johnny Cash sings, "these are my people".

    "Whites need our own attack dogs."

    It's called the Alt Right.

    "For that, we need communities. Organize. Start meeting people face to face. Join groups. Find people like us and form your own groups. It’s our only hope."

    We have already engaged in this process--normies are prolific in this endeavor. It's just that you don't like the results.

  12. anonymous[391] • Disclaimer says:

    Steve every once in a while you delete a post.

    The King of Thailand is not the president of Chechnya, he is someone who deserves a lot of respect, and I know you are a good guy who did not mean to attract nasty flies —- maybe you should just delete this comment thread. It is not your fault that so many of your commenters are going to say really stupid things.
    You are better than them.

    Anyway, it is up to you. Trust me, though, this would be a good post to delete.

    • Replies: @anon

    Trust me, though, this would be a good post to delete.
     
    Not my fault your King dresses like a bum. :)
    , @Achmed E. Newman
    Americans used to be a wise people, so our Founders bid Farewell to Kings long ago. How about we delete your comments and leave the rest. You can go kiss your king's tattooed ass.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FpsyrfoX8zw
    , @fitzhamilton
    What sort of cowardly sycophantic bullshit is this? What is with all the sniveling apologists for warped Asian potentates here? Next you'll be commanding us to worship the likes of Erdogan and MbS, commanding us to pucker up and nuzzle deep into their greasy hindquarters, I bet. How about the successors of Idi Amin and Mugabe? Want us to fellate and allow ourselves to sodomized by them, too?

    No. Sorry. You can tell your Asian overlords to f**k off. We're Americans. We're free men and republicans. We'll mock and criticize who ever the hell we like.

    Respect is due those who themselves behave with dignity, honor and respect. If the King of Thailand decides to tatt himself up like a Pattayan crack whore, then appear in public in a wife beater that looks like a support bra for a pregnant woman, he richly deserves - and must expect - to be mocked. The fact that his own countrymen cannot legally criticize and make fun of this asshole is more than sufficient cause for a Thai revolution.

    That the likes of Jee Jing Ping, the Hoez -r-us of Sod and Erdoughan are so sensitive to criticism is evidence of their profound weakness and fragility. That She Zing Bing doesn't understand being compared to Winnie the Poo is a profound compliment, just shows you how stupid and psychologically weak the Chinese police state is.

    There's no clearer evidence of the decadence of our own culture than this sudden servile impulse to coddle the fragile sensibilities of silly Asian tyrants.

    Next sissified dipshit who suggests we suck up to some foreign twat just because they have money needs to be rolled in tar, feathered and driven into Canada. They like silly dinks in blackface up there, another retarded lilly livered chicken'll fit right in.

    , @Anonymous

    Steve every once in a while you delete a post.
     
    But there was nothing about Thomas Vajiralongkorn or Maha Hamilton.
    , @El Dato
    Barely veiled mobster mumbling now? That escalated quickly.

    The question is, are you Thai Control or GQ management fearing the unavailability of travel visas.

    And what do you have against the president of Chechnya? Ramzan is a swell guy.

    , @International Jew
    "Nice little blog you have there, Mr. Sailer."
    , @Coag

    The King of Thailand is not the president of Chechnya, he is someone who deserves a lot of respect
     
    Do you seriously respect that truck stop prostitute outfit of his? The King of Thailand might be worse than the President of Chechnya...
    , @Anonymous
    Are you, by chance, Siamese, if you please?
    , @More R1b, Less H1B

    The King of Thailand is not the president of Chechnya, he is someone who deserves a lot of respect
     
    Your beloved king loves his Thailand so much he spends as much time as possible in Germany. From the moment he sets foot back in the Land of Smiles, he's desperate to get his leathery tattooed asscrack back to his supercars and the schnitzel hof.

    Yeah, I have a lot of respect for the president of Chechnya: for one thing, he spends a lot of time in Chechnya. Different, perhaps also, are his views on whether young Chechen men from the countryside should be chopping their cocks off and cavorting with geriatric Western tourists.
    , @jamie b.

    he is someone who deserves a lot of respect
     
    Why?
    , @Achmed E. Newman

    Steve every once in a while you delete a post.
     
    Save that thought ...

    ... for the next golf course architecture post. Then you'll get one of those AGREEs you crave and not one that I fat-fingered.

    ;-}
    , @Hodag
    Folks, don't chase off the lolcow. Engage and keep them around. A nice, slow milking works best.
  13. @PiltdownMan
    The first time I visited Thailand on business, the executive assistant to the Thai CEO my colleagues and I were meeting crawled into the room, shuffling forward on her knees, to serve us tea and biscuits.

    Their customs are different.

    https://i.imgur.com/tAtncGH.jpg

    In the time of Anna Leonowens, the woman whose memoirs the “King and I” is partly based on (that is to say, roughly around the American Civil War), Thais marked their slaves like cattle, and still committed human sacrifice. They would kill and bury people to dedicate a new city gate, or to get household spirits for a new palace.

    I bring this up when some people say that that Europeans invented “chattel slavery.” Of course, the Thais didn’t use Africans, so it makes no difference to the woke.

  14. Trump made the list? I always thought he dressed smart.

    • Replies: @Lot
    I wouldn’t call Trump a “worst dressed” but his suit jackets look one size too big and his ties are too long.

    Bernie Sanders and Ron Paul also wear suit jackets a size too big.

    https://cbsnews1.cbsistatic.com/hub/i/2011/02/11/c51e5e9c-a642-11e2-a3f0-029118418759/ron-paul-ap110211020257.jpg
    , @Known Fact
    At least Trump doesn't dress down to pander to some political demographic, like John Kerry donning a hunting jacket in flyover country. The Donald could stand to drop a few pounds but always looks crisp and businesslike.
  15. >When British GQ published its prestigious annual list of best-dressed men — this year topped by actor Timothée Chalamet — the magazine’s staff also named 10 of the world’s worst dressed.<

    The prestigious Babylon Bee should do a " Media Best/Worst Dressed".

  16. GQ. Newhouse. Enemy of our people and nation.

  17. Anonymous[426] • Disclaimer says:

    These two examples would be the opposite of woke.

    Examples of woke lese-majeste would involve groups such as blacks, Jews, LGBTQ, etc.

    Conde Nast’s behavior here is purely transactional, not out of lese-majeste. The King of Siam and Chairman Xi can and will retaliate against international media outlets by censoring or blocking their publications.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    Contrast them with North Korea and Kim Jong Un.

    North Korea and Kim Jong Un are nonwhite, but Western business and media have no current or prospective dealings with North Korea, and North Korea has little power to retaliate economically, so they have no problem mocking North Korea and Kim Jong Un.
    , @thotmonger
    Ding Ding. Correct. Judeo lese majeste is the biggest monarchy shield and club of them all, by orders of magnitude.
  18. Anonymous[300] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous
    These two examples would be the opposite of woke.

    Examples of woke lese-majeste would involve groups such as blacks, Jews, LGBTQ, etc.

    Conde Nast's behavior here is purely transactional, not out of lese-majeste. The King of Siam and Chairman Xi can and will retaliate against international media outlets by censoring or blocking their publications.

    Contrast them with North Korea and Kim Jong Un.

    North Korea and Kim Jong Un are nonwhite, but Western business and media have no current or prospective dealings with North Korea, and North Korea has little power to retaliate economically, so they have no problem mocking North Korea and Kim Jong Un.

    • Agree: Mr McKenna
    • Replies: @Kevin O'Keeffe

    North Korea and Kim Jong Un are nonwhite, but Western business and media have no current or prospective dealings with North Korea, and North Korea has little power to retaliate economically, so they have no problem mocking North Korea and Kim Jong Un.
     
    This is the correct analysis. The King of Thailand was only added to the proscribed list, in order to avoid the ignominy of having to send out an order reading "Guys, don't make fun of the President of China anymore!" By asking the jernuhlists who are employed by BUZZFEED to cease making fun of President Xi...or the Siamese monarch either!, it makes the whole kowtow seem a lot less conspicuous.
  19. @Citizen of a Silly Country
    Not my scene, but it's their country. That's the beauty of different countries for different peoples. We can all do our own thing. Multiculturalism forces differing cultures and values onto differing peoples. It's truly retarded and will never work.

    “Multiculturalism forces differing cultures and values onto differing peoples. It’s truly retarded and will never work.”

    Except it has worked very well actually in the States. Refer to the Eastern/Southern Europeans. They were looked at with disdain by WASPs. Never would Italians and Poles be able to assimilate and learn “Anglo-Saxon” traditions.

    As Johnny Cash sings, “these are my people”.

    “Whites need our own attack dogs.”

    It’s called the Alt Right.

    “For that, we need communities. Organize. Start meeting people face to face. Join groups. Find people like us and form your own groups. It’s our only hope.”

    We have already engaged in this process–normies are prolific in this endeavor. It’s just that you don’t like the results.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    Then why do we arrest and imprison people from other countries who maintain employment relationships that coincidentally resemble the slavery of our past? We're not being very respectful, are we? Why can't we see the enrichment they're bringing us?

    Imposing our historical standards on newcomers is, by definition, white supremacism.
    , @syonredux

    Except it has worked very well actually in the States.
     
    With other Europeans. Anglo-America's track record with assimilating non-Europeans (Blacks, Mestizos, Muslims) is much less impressive.....
    , @gabriel alberton, @bomag

    Except it has worked very well actually in the States.
     
    Please quit using "actually" in your replies. It makes you sound like a girl, and a boob. You are too anxious to be seen as an authority.

    It has worked very well in the States... Eastern/Southern Europeans... disdain by WASPs... assimilate... blah, blah, blah, the usual Corvy crap.
     
    You keep repeating this, but it doesn't make it any truer. The US has worked in spite of, not because of, diversity. It's just a feature of being a wealthy country.
    , @AnotherDad

    “Multiculturalism forces differing cultures and values onto differing peoples. It’s truly retarded and will never work.”

    Except it has worked very well actually in the States. Refer to the Eastern/Southern Europeans. They were looked at with disdain by WASPs. Never would Italians and Poles be able to assimilate and learn “Anglo-Saxon” traditions.
     
    Corny, you can’t even keep your definitions straight here. Multiculturalism? Or assimilationism? Two very different things.

    What has actually sort of worked in the US was assimilation of various European peoples to Anglo-American norms. This process, combined with 1924 immigration stop and the shared experience of the Depression and War was producing, mid-century, a reasonable facsimile of an “American people”, that was gradually encompassing most white Americans. America at 1960 was a pretty nice place--through assimilation, not multiculturalism. But we still–three centuries on, hadn’t made much progress with the much larger white-black racial/behavioral gap.

    But with the rise of the Jews, the rise of the minoritarian ideology--“multiculturalism”, “diversity”, "nation of immigrants"ism--the reopening of mass immigration, assimilation has slowed. Heck, TPTB think it's offensive to argue America even has an Anglo-Saxon origin. (Cue Romeny in 2012.) America is actually de-assimilating.

    And to the extent America works "very well", that is because America is living off the old assimilate-to-Anglo-norms America. Half the (90% white) Boomers are still in the workforce. Our "installed base" of capital from factories to freeways were built by it. Our technological edge and military edge was built by it. Our traditions of rule of law, cooperation, civic-mindness all flow from it--and are in decline with diversity.

    You won't be able to tell how "mulitcultural" America works for another generation or two. But i'm pretty sure no one is going to think it works like American in 1960.

    ~~~

    There is a shorter word for actual "multicultralism"--"empire".

    There are some at least semi-stable places--Canada, Singapore--that are "multicultural", but really just involve having a majority ethnic group (English Canadians, Singapore Chinese) who run their joint that contains some undigested ethnic minority.

    But the only long term stable true "multicultralism" that has ever existed is empire--ex. the Roman Empire, the Ottomans. And the way it "works"--has any long term stability--is if the ruling people tells everyone/every group to "mind their own business" and "pay their taxes", and then puts the whoop-ass on anyone who gets out of line.

    That is actual "multiculturalism".
    , @kihowi
    Not to mention China. Think of the vastly different people they gobbled up in their empire, and they're still around!

    Africans belong in Europe, QED.
  20. Woke does a lot of annoying and bad things, but this isn’t woke.

    This is capitalism–they want Thai and Chinese money.

    • Agree: Paleo Liberal
  21. @anonymous
    Steve every once in a while you delete a post.

    The King of Thailand is not the president of Chechnya, he is someone who deserves a lot of respect, and I know you are a good guy who did not mean to attract nasty flies ---- maybe you should just delete this comment thread. It is not your fault that so many of your commenters are going to say really stupid things.
    You are better than them.

    Anyway, it is up to you. Trust me, though, this would be a good post to delete.

    Trust me, though, this would be a good post to delete.

    Not my fault your King dresses like a bum. 🙂

    • Replies: @anonymous
    You idiot I am a virtuous person, a decorated American soldier, who merely is saying what virtuos people say about other virtous people.
  22. @anon
    Trump made the list? I always thought he dressed smart.

    I wouldn’t call Trump a “worst dressed” but his suit jackets look one size too big and his ties are too long.

    Bernie Sanders and Ron Paul also wear suit jackets a size too big.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    I'd always thought dressing smart meant buying your clothes only during the blue-light specials.

    I really like Ron Paul's politics, but when it comes to oversized clothing, he's got a lot to learn from David Byrne:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9r7X3f2gFz4
  23. They have to go back or in this case they have to stay there.

  24. @anonymous
    wwebd said - actually, the King of Thailand is a very decent person and someone who, like almost all of us, deserves not to be mocked by the lower ranks of hoi polloi.

    Also, and everybody knows this, there are maybe two or three actors in Hollywood who have their own sense of style, and those actors do not put up with bullshit from the servile entertainment industry. The King of Thailand deserves at least the same respect as anyone in Hollywood, or more - after all, he does a real job, they are just court entertainers, even the best of them.

    And if he - the King of Thailand - wants, every once in a while, to relax, well so does everyone else, and he, and every other decent God-fearing man, should be able to effectively tell the little spiteful people who run most of the entertainment and information industry to fuck off and stay the fuck away with their nasty little effeminate gossip and their wimpy little cowardly cameras when he is relaxing, because he is a man who deserves respect and they are what they are .... .

    So yeah, British GQ fucked up at first and then did the right thing, 8 was better than 10. Better if they had not been impish little losers at first, but glad to see that they manned up, and decided not to be the foolish little monkey imps they wanted to be at first.

    wwebd said – actually, the King of Thailand is a very decent person and someone who, like almost all of us, deserves not to be mocked by the lower ranks of hoi polloi.

    Do you mean the current King of Thailand or his father ?

  25. @Anonymous
    That's really the king of Siam?

    But then, what is Thighland but a land of whores?

    That’s really the king of Siam?

    Ohwhattanăh, ohwhattanăh, ohwhattanăh Siam.

  26. @Corvinus
    "Multiculturalism forces differing cultures and values onto differing peoples. It’s truly retarded and will never work."

    Except it has worked very well actually in the States. Refer to the Eastern/Southern Europeans. They were looked at with disdain by WASPs. Never would Italians and Poles be able to assimilate and learn "Anglo-Saxon" traditions.

    As Johnny Cash sings, "these are my people".

    "Whites need our own attack dogs."

    It's called the Alt Right.

    "For that, we need communities. Organize. Start meeting people face to face. Join groups. Find people like us and form your own groups. It’s our only hope."

    We have already engaged in this process--normies are prolific in this endeavor. It's just that you don't like the results.

    Then why do we arrest and imprison people from other countries who maintain employment relationships that coincidentally resemble the slavery of our past? We’re not being very respectful, are we? Why can’t we see the enrichment they’re bringing us?

    Imposing our historical standards on newcomers is, by definition, white supremacism.

  27. Another report from the WATCHMEN-verse:

    We now know that Doctor Manhattan

    has decided to go full Rachel Dolezal and now looks like this

    • Replies: @Lurker
    Woketards inform me that Watchmen TV is mega popular and no one remembers the movie, I mean that was like ten years ago!

    Rotten Tomatoes tells an interesting story. The critics claim to believe the TV series is vastly better than the movie. The deplorable audience begs to differ. They think it's, worse, much worse.
    , @SFG
    He's Dr. Manhattan, he can look like whatever he wants to. He got bored with us and went off to Mars last time I checked.

    For all the attempts at wokery that made me uninterested in this particular series...this one actually kind of makes sense.
  28. Isn’t whinnie the poo banned in China because some Chinese netizens compared Xi to him?

    The Asian century lol 🙂

    • Replies: @YetAnotherAnon
    I seem to recall an American with a Sgt Bilko T-shirt got into trouble in Tibet, they thought Phil Silvers was the Dalai Lama.
  29. @anon
    Trump made the list? I always thought he dressed smart.

    At least Trump doesn’t dress down to pander to some political demographic, like John Kerry donning a hunting jacket in flyover country. The Donald could stand to drop a few pounds but always looks crisp and businesslike.

    • Agree: slumber_j
  30. He’s no Yul Brynner. Just sayin.

  31. The fact that anybody gives a flying fuck how people dress, is evidence that humanity could do without its bottom 95% – which mos’def includes the fucktards at ‘GQ’.

    MLK Jr might have been a total slut-dragon (fresh R&M reference, bitchez! ), but whoever wrote that whole ‘content of their character‘ marketing slogan was halfway to a very good idea.

    Note: I’m not advocating Chairman Mao suits or any such retardery – but how’s this for a ‘modest proposal’:

    Let’s pass a law that anyone who gets their income from tax revenue has to make public pronouncements wearing CostCo t-shirts and Kirkland trousers. (That’s to include judges, generals, and of course politicians).

    See how much attention οἱ πολλοί pay to the pronouncements of hostis humani generis if the latter are deprived of tax-funded pageantry.

  32. @anonymous
    wwebd said - actually, the King of Thailand is a very decent person and someone who, like almost all of us, deserves not to be mocked by the lower ranks of hoi polloi.

    Also, and everybody knows this, there are maybe two or three actors in Hollywood who have their own sense of style, and those actors do not put up with bullshit from the servile entertainment industry. The King of Thailand deserves at least the same respect as anyone in Hollywood, or more - after all, he does a real job, they are just court entertainers, even the best of them.

    And if he - the King of Thailand - wants, every once in a while, to relax, well so does everyone else, and he, and every other decent God-fearing man, should be able to effectively tell the little spiteful people who run most of the entertainment and information industry to fuck off and stay the fuck away with their nasty little effeminate gossip and their wimpy little cowardly cameras when he is relaxing, because he is a man who deserves respect and they are what they are .... .

    So yeah, British GQ fucked up at first and then did the right thing, 8 was better than 10. Better if they had not been impish little losers at first, but glad to see that they manned up, and decided not to be the foolish little monkey imps they wanted to be at first.

    actually, the King of Thailand is a very decent person and someone who, like almost all of us, deserves not to be mocked by the lower ranks of hoi polloi.

    The same could be said of Elizabeth II, but she didn’t cover herself with skin damage. Is this an ancient Thai tradition, or is he just taking after the worst practices of the West?

    Thailand’s King Maha Vajiralongkorn Shows Off His Sick Ink

    (NB: “Sick” appears to be a compliment in the tat world. Perhaps someone more in tune with it could let us in on the jargon.)

    • Replies: @PiltdownMan
    The last king, Bhumibol Adulyadej, died after a 70 year reign. He was a dignified gent who liked photography and jazz music. Maha Vajiralongkorn had to wait until the age of 64 before he became king. He was a playboy during that long wait.

    One of the downsides of lese majeste is that no one will tell you that your fashion sense is off.

    https://commentariesonthetimes.files.wordpress.com/2011/04/jazz-king-of-thailand.jpg
  33. To be clear, it is itself anti-Semitic conspiracy theory to say that Jews use the accusation of anti-Semitism as a prod to guarantee political positions.
    And that being said, mumbly red dodderer and leader of the remains of the British Labor party Jeremy Corbyn has been identified as the world’s greatest anti-Semitic danger. Not Muslims thugs who, y’know, kill people. Jeremy Corbyn. Apparently he gave a speech that killed more Jews than all Muslim jihadis combined.
    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7767789/Jeremy-Corbyn-biggest-global-threat-Jews-warns-worlds-leading-Nazi-hunting-organisation.html

  34. @syonredux
    Another report from the WATCHMEN-verse:

    We now know that Doctor Manhattan


    http://www.littlestuffedbull.com/images/2013/todayincomicshistory/0820-drmanhattan/3a.jpg

    has decided to go full Rachel Dolezal and now looks like this


    https://heroichollywood.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/Yahya-Abdul-Mateen-II-HBO-Watchmen.jpg

    Woketards inform me that Watchmen TV is mega popular and no one remembers the movie, I mean that was like ten years ago!

    Rotten Tomatoes tells an interesting story. The critics claim to believe the TV series is vastly better than the movie. The deplorable audience begs to differ. They think it’s, worse, much worse.

    • Replies: @syonredux

    Woketards inform me that Watchmen TV is mega popular and no one remembers the movie, I mean that was like ten years ago!

    Rotten Tomatoes tells an interesting story. The critics claim to believe the TV series is vastly better than the movie. The deplorable audience begs to differ. They think it’s, worse, much worse.
     
    I'd rather have people remember the comic book....
  35. @anonymous
    hey anonymous 425 ---- it is not the fault of Thailand that you are a despicable son of a bitch, if that is what you are.

    Or maybe you are drunk, and angry?

    Well, God forgives the stupid and the drunken.

    Just don't ever say anything as nasty as that again about Thailand, or any other country where better men than you live.

    Or if you do, why don't you first go into a biker bar and be as rude as you can, at least if you do that you will show courage, instead of the sloppy foul-mouthed mess you indulged yourself in at 1:31 AM GMT, you little creep.

    Well, I mean, they did go naming the capital Bangcock. Nobody does that sort of thing by accident. What’s the chances?

    (Some of us can take a joke, is what I’m saying.)

    BTW, if that tatted up dude is really the King of Thailand, then he deserves no respect whatsoever. How stupid do you have to be? That stuff doesn’t come off easy.

    • Replies: @Twodees Partain
    In 'Nam, an 11B might go on his R&R to Bangclap, as it was called then. Even a name like Bangcock is subject to euphemism, y'know.
    , @White Guy In Japan
    Actually, Bangkok means "village by the river" and was an old nickname now only used by foreigners.

    It's full name is:
    Krung Thep Mahanakhon Amon Rattanakosin Mahinthara Ayuthaya Mahadilok Phop Noppharat Ratchathani Burirom Udomratchaniwet Mahasathan Amon Piman Awatan Sathit Sakkathattiya Witsanukam Prasit

    Shortened to Krung Thep, or the City of Angels.

    Headed there again next month. Can't wait!
  36. A few years back, Conde Naste CFO (married to a woman) was exposed by Gawker for seeking a male prostitute but then Gawker had a similar woke dilemma and decided to delete the article out of respect for Lese-HoMojeste

    https://gawker.com/gawker-is-removing-story-about-conde-nast-cfo-1718582003

  37. @Anonymous
    Contrast them with North Korea and Kim Jong Un.

    North Korea and Kim Jong Un are nonwhite, but Western business and media have no current or prospective dealings with North Korea, and North Korea has little power to retaliate economically, so they have no problem mocking North Korea and Kim Jong Un.

    North Korea and Kim Jong Un are nonwhite, but Western business and media have no current or prospective dealings with North Korea, and North Korea has little power to retaliate economically, so they have no problem mocking North Korea and Kim Jong Un.

    This is the correct analysis. The King of Thailand was only added to the proscribed list, in order to avoid the ignominy of having to send out an order reading “Guys, don’t make fun of the President of China anymore!” By asking the jernuhlists who are employed by BUZZFEED to cease making fun of President Xi…or the Siamese monarch either!, it makes the whole kowtow seem a lot less conspicuous.

  38. @Lot
    I wouldn’t call Trump a “worst dressed” but his suit jackets look one size too big and his ties are too long.

    Bernie Sanders and Ron Paul also wear suit jackets a size too big.

    https://cbsnews1.cbsistatic.com/hub/i/2011/02/11/c51e5e9c-a642-11e2-a3f0-029118418759/ron-paul-ap110211020257.jpg

    I’d always thought dressing smart meant buying your clothes only during the blue-light specials.

    I really like Ron Paul’s politics, but when it comes to oversized clothing, he’s got a lot to learn from David Byrne:

    • LOL: bomag
  39. “without necessary context”

    How much context is necessary beyond ‘worst dressed list’?

    • Replies: @Stebbing Heuer
    Well they had to say SOMETHING in the press release to divert attention from reality.

    We used to have a tag team here of a loud-mouthed sheikh and his 'spokesman'. Every so often the sheikh would say something both idiotic and inflammatory, the meaning and context of which was completely plain, followed an hour later by the 'spokesman' appearing on the news saying 'The sheikh's remarks were taken out of context'.

    'Context': it's the universal gaslight.

    Now shut up, stop asking questions, and accept what you've been told. There's a good debt-slave / tax-serf.
  40. @syonredux
    Another report from the WATCHMEN-verse:

    We now know that Doctor Manhattan


    http://www.littlestuffedbull.com/images/2013/todayincomicshistory/0820-drmanhattan/3a.jpg

    has decided to go full Rachel Dolezal and now looks like this


    https://heroichollywood.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/Yahya-Abdul-Mateen-II-HBO-Watchmen.jpg

    He’s Dr. Manhattan, he can look like whatever he wants to. He got bored with us and went off to Mars last time I checked.

    For all the attempts at wokery that made me uninterested in this particular series…this one actually kind of makes sense.

    • Replies: @syonredux

    He’s Dr. Manhattan, he can look like whatever he wants to. He got bored with us and went off to Mars last time I checked.

    For all the attempts at wokery that made me uninterested in this particular series…this one actually kind of makes sense.
     
    Of course it makes sense. Lots of WOKE-folk fantasize about being Black....In modern America, Blackness is the ultimate super-power.....
  41. Is this an ancient Thai tradition, or is he just taking after the worst practices of the West?

    The latter and I agree 100%.

    A few months ago I had to meet a colleague for lunch at an Applebee’s on a very warm day. At a nearby table an otherwise innocent-looking great-grandmother on her 78th birthday was proudly showing off her brand new shoulder tattoo.

    My colleague remarked, “Well, thank God she’s not showing off her tramp stamp.”

    • Replies: @International Jew

    The latter and I agree 100%.
     
    Technically speaking, you only agreed 50%.
  42. @anonymous
    Steve every once in a while you delete a post.

    The King of Thailand is not the president of Chechnya, he is someone who deserves a lot of respect, and I know you are a good guy who did not mean to attract nasty flies ---- maybe you should just delete this comment thread. It is not your fault that so many of your commenters are going to say really stupid things.
    You are better than them.

    Anyway, it is up to you. Trust me, though, this would be a good post to delete.

    Americans used to be a wise people, so our Founders bid Farewell to Kings long ago. How about we delete your comments and leave the rest. You can go kiss your king’s tattooed ass.

    • Agree: Stan d Mute
    • Replies: @anonymous
    How about you show up, as I did, at the recruiting office and volunteer to fight for your country, as I did?

    Not gonna happen.
  43. @Reg Cæsar

    actually, the King of Thailand is a very decent person and someone who, like almost all of us, deserves not to be mocked by the lower ranks of hoi polloi.
     
    The same could be said of Elizabeth II, but she didn't cover herself with skin damage. Is this an ancient Thai tradition, or is he just taking after the worst practices of the West?


    Thailand's King Maha Vajiralongkorn Shows Off His Sick Ink

    (NB: "Sick" appears to be a compliment in the tat world. Perhaps someone more in tune with it could let us in on the jargon.)

    The last king, Bhumibol Adulyadej, died after a 70 year reign. He was a dignified gent who liked photography and jazz music. Maha Vajiralongkorn had to wait until the age of 64 before he became king. He was a playboy during that long wait.

    One of the downsides of lese majeste is that no one will tell you that your fashion sense is off.

    • Replies: @HammerJack
    However much cooler than the current clown he may be, he still chose to play the sax, which is the single most embarrassing instrument on earth.
    , @Sparkon

    One of the downsides of lese majeste is that no one will tell you that your fashion sense is off.
     
    Your fashion sense overwhelms your common sense if you wear a dark suit in summer, or in a warm country like Thailand. Even in the U.S., summer suits are traditionally tan, or some other light shade, and made from linen.

    But maybe you were talking about Benny Goodman, as this picture was probably taken during the King's visit to New York in July 1960.

    Now this:

    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/d/dc/%D0%A1%D1%82%D0%B0%D0%BB%D0%B8%D0%BD_%D0%B2_%D1%81%D0%BE%D0%BF%D1%80%D0%BE%D0%B2%D0%BE%D0%B6%D0%B4%D0%B5%D0%BD%D0%B8%D0%B8_%D1%81%D0%BE%D1%82%D1%80%D1%83%D0%B4%D0%BD%D0%B8%D0%BA%D0%B0_%D0%9E%D0%93%D0%9F%D0%A3.jpg/1280px-%D0%A1%D1%82%D0%B0%D0%BB%D0%B8%D0%BD_%D0%B2_%D1%81%D0%BE%D0%BF%D1%80%D0%BE%D0%B2%D0%BE%D0%B6%D0%B4%D0%B5%D0%BD%D0%B8%D0%B8_%D1%81%D0%BE%D1%82%D1%80%D1%83%D0%B4%D0%BD%D0%B8%D0%BA%D0%B0_%D0%9E%D0%93%D0%9F%D0%A3.jpg

    Psst. In this photograph, the Soviet dictator is accompanied by an OGPU detachment searching the square for the daring thief who stole Comrade Stalin's matching white shoes.
    , @slumber_j
    Fun fact: the king with the sax was born at Mt. Auburn Hospital in Cambridge, MA.
  44. @Jon
    The Asian Century is here. Enjoy living in an Empire in Decline. It's not as bad as it sounds, England remains a dynamic, vibrant place.

    England remains a dynamic, vibrant place.

    True enough, London is wonderful, probably the third-best city in the world. But it is in decline — increasingly full of third worlders — definitely shuffling off its mortal coil.

    • Replies: @Twodees Partain
    I thought that "dynamic,vibrant" was wokespeech for "full of wogs".
  45. @anonymous
    Steve every once in a while you delete a post.

    The King of Thailand is not the president of Chechnya, he is someone who deserves a lot of respect, and I know you are a good guy who did not mean to attract nasty flies ---- maybe you should just delete this comment thread. It is not your fault that so many of your commenters are going to say really stupid things.
    You are better than them.

    Anyway, it is up to you. Trust me, though, this would be a good post to delete.

    What sort of cowardly sycophantic bullshit is this? What is with all the sniveling apologists for warped Asian potentates here? Next you’ll be commanding us to worship the likes of Erdogan and MbS, commanding us to pucker up and nuzzle deep into their greasy hindquarters, I bet. How about the successors of Idi Amin and Mugabe? Want us to fellate and allow ourselves to sodomized by them, too?

    No. Sorry. You can tell your Asian overlords to f**k off. We’re Americans. We’re free men and republicans. We’ll mock and criticize who ever the hell we like.

    Respect is due those who themselves behave with dignity, honor and respect. If the King of Thailand decides to tatt himself up like a Pattayan crack whore, then appear in public in a wife beater that looks like a support bra for a pregnant woman, he richly deserves – and must expect – to be mocked. The fact that his own countrymen cannot legally criticize and make fun of this asshole is more than sufficient cause for a Thai revolution.

    That the likes of Jee Jing Ping, the Hoez -r-us of Sod and Erdoughan are so sensitive to criticism is evidence of their profound weakness and fragility. That She Zing Bing doesn’t understand being compared to Winnie the Poo is a profound compliment, just shows you how stupid and psychologically weak the Chinese police state is.

    There’s no clearer evidence of the decadence of our own culture than this sudden servile impulse to coddle the fragile sensibilities of silly Asian tyrants.

    Next sissified dipshit who suggests we suck up to some foreign twat just because they have money needs to be rolled in tar, feathered and driven into Canada. They like silly dinks in blackface up there, another retarded lilly livered chicken’ll fit right in.

    • Agree: Achmed E. Newman
    • Replies: @anonymous
    Fuck you I have fought in real life against evil enemies and you are probably just a keyboard warrior. I fought for the right to have an opinion, type on, little man...


    You sissy, you loser, you hairball loser, you desperate sadness in the eyes of any woman, you rat-souled typist, you unloveable nerd, you despicable fraidy-cat sideline critic, you vicious gossip, you despicable hater, you lover of all things fancy and cowardly when bravery is called for, you fucking non-American liar who lives in America and claims to be American - go pound dirt with your fellow idiots.

    I speak as a brave person who sees another brave person being mocked by little fucking ants like you and I speak out on behalf of that person, American or not, king or not, you silly little sycophant, you saw a picture and thought you had a right to laugh like a fucking despicable little animal laughs when it imitates a human.

    Don't you know that you are a loser and that you have no right to tell me I am not a much braver American than you you chickenhawk vicious little version of Whoopi Goldberg at her worst?

    And no I do not have Asian overlords but I don't suck up to bigots like you. You should be so lucky to have someone like me praise you Ain't gonna happen.

    , @Anonymous
    Right, the U.S. media's relentless mockery of Obama from 2008-2016 is an impressive testament to American freedom.
    , @britishbrainsize1325ccheehee
    spoken like a true little brain britpoop, hey i dont care if you make fun of us or not but don't make fun of thais let alone the king in Thailand otherwise your gonna get an elbow, a kick, or some nice combos to your bad skinned mug.
    , @LoutishAngloQuebecker
    Yeah, it's a 3rd worlder trait. Non whites, almost universally, cannot handle any kind of criticism or even light hearted jab.

    Use this to your advantage.
  46. @anonymous
    Steve every once in a while you delete a post.

    The King of Thailand is not the president of Chechnya, he is someone who deserves a lot of respect, and I know you are a good guy who did not mean to attract nasty flies ---- maybe you should just delete this comment thread. It is not your fault that so many of your commenters are going to say really stupid things.
    You are better than them.

    Anyway, it is up to you. Trust me, though, this would be a good post to delete.

    Steve every once in a while you delete a post.

    But there was nothing about Thomas Vajiralongkorn or Maha Hamilton.

  47. Anonymous[427] • Disclaimer says:
    @petit bourgeois
    One of the worst sins you can commit in Thailand is to speak unfavorably of or insult the king. He commands more authority and ligitimacy than the government itself.

    It’s illegal to criticize the king in Thailand. You can be jailed for this.

    Thailand is of course, therefore, not to be regarded as a serious country.

    Even if the king is actually a basically decent person, any country in which a certain person or group cannot be criticized is not a serious country.

    • Agree: donut
    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    Being legally above criticism doesn't do much for your taste in clothes, evidently.
    , @Colin Wright
    '... any country in which a certain person or group cannot be criticized is not a serious country.'

    Doesn't that rule out the US, Canada, and most of the EU right there?
    , @Pericles

    any country in which a certain person or group cannot be criticized is not a serious country.

     

    Honk honk, errybody!
    , @a reader

    It’s illegal to criticize the king in Thailand. You can be jailed for this.

    Thailand is of course, therefore, not to be regarded as a serious country.

     
    It’s illegal to criticize the kings in lots of countries. You can be jailed for this.

    Or get the death penalty*.


    (*social death)
    , @Anonymous
    Yes, Bourbon France, Tsarist Russia, Hohenzollern Prussia, etc. weren't serious countries. By contrast, social democracies are serious countries because you can and are even encouraged to denigrate authority and spread pornography.

    Monarchy is a form of patriarchy, and patriarchy is sexist and authoritarian and thus bad. You can tell how serious a country is by how many commercials they have denigrating male authority figures like fathers. We have a lot of those commercials, so you know we're pretty based and serious.
    , @TheJester
    In Britain, Germany, Sweden, the Netherlands and a host of other European countries, you can be jailed for opposing massive immigration or questioning the Jewish Holocaust narrative ... a roundabout way, I suppose, of silencing the political opposition. I guess they aren't serious countries either, but we already knew that.

    I don't know why, but the bit about poor taste in clothes for the leaders of these countries seems to follow, too. Frau Merkel and Boris Johnson, for starters, always look terrible! Any ideas?
  48. Anonymous[425] • Disclaimer says:
    @anonymous
    hey anonymous 425 ---- it is not the fault of Thailand that you are a despicable son of a bitch, if that is what you are.

    Or maybe you are drunk, and angry?

    Well, God forgives the stupid and the drunken.

    Just don't ever say anything as nasty as that again about Thailand, or any other country where better men than you live.

    Or if you do, why don't you first go into a biker bar and be as rude as you can, at least if you do that you will show courage, instead of the sloppy foul-mouthed mess you indulged yourself in at 1:31 AM GMT, you little creep.

    Well, God forgives the stupid and the drunken.

    Your shtick as Thighland’s Hasbara is pretty funny. I’ll say one thing. Stupidity and drunkenness make a member of the Royal House splatter his body with ugly tattoos.

    As far as I’m concerned, the only TRUE king of Siam is this guy:

    PS the kid at 1:21 seems to be homo.

    • Replies: @anonymous
    You are beneath contempt.

    But you know that already.

    Don't use the word Hasbra again , even anonymously, and don't bother to tell people what you think, because you are a typical fool.
  49. @Anonymous
    It's illegal to criticize the king in Thailand. You can be jailed for this.

    Thailand is of course, therefore, not to be regarded as a serious country.

    Even if the king is actually a basically decent person, any country in which a certain person or group cannot be criticized is not a serious country.

    Being legally above criticism doesn’t do much for your taste in clothes, evidently.

    • Agree: PiltdownMan
    • Replies: @Bubba
    As my Mom would tell my sisters when they wore "designer" dungaree jeans, "All your taste is in your mouth."

    And they all eventually outgrew the awkward fashion phase within a year or two and came to their senses.
  50. @PiltdownMan
    The first time I visited Thailand on business, the executive assistant to the Thai CEO my colleagues and I were meeting crawled into the room, shuffling forward on her knees, to serve us tea and biscuits.

    Their customs are different.

    https://i.imgur.com/tAtncGH.jpg

    I am so glad I’m white.

  51. @Steve Sailer
    Being legally above criticism doesn't do much for your taste in clothes, evidently.

    As my Mom would tell my sisters when they wore “designer” dungaree jeans, “All your taste is in your mouth.”

    And they all eventually outgrew the awkward fashion phase within a year or two and came to their senses.

    • Replies: @Pericles
    I'm more into the theory that wearing stupid, garish fashion is a way for girls to undeniably show off their youthfulness. Because their mums would look like ludicrous abominations if they dressed the same way.
  52. Is the current king of Thailand the Crown Prince of five years ago? He makes the British royals look fairly staid.

    As the sounds of a George Michael song drifted over the tropical gardens, Thailand’s Crown Prince and his fun-loving wife were in the mood to party.

    But the guest of honour at the event was not a visiting head of state or local dignitary – but the couple’s pampered poodle, Foo Foo.

    A video of the decadent event shot at the Thai Royal Palace in Bangkok shows Princess Srirasmi – a former waitress – cavorting in just a tiny G-string as she feeds the dog cake.

    In one scene, the topless princess appears to bend over to eat out of a dog bowl, while in another a servant falls to his knees in front of her. Later the royal couple sing Happy Birthday to their dog.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2638352/How-future-queen-Thailand-wearing-tiny-G-string-let-poodle-Foo-Foo-eat-cake-As-coup-rocks-Bangkok-video-reveals-royal-couples-decadent-lifestyle.html

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    Later the royal couple sing Happy Birthday to their dog.
     
    By the way, (what's left of) today, Dec. 9, is the former Princess's birthday. She's 48.

    Speaking of lèse-majesté, her parents are guilty of it-- quite literally:

    Since Srirasmi's divorce, her parents, father Apiruj Suwadee and mother Wanthanee, were arrested for Lèse-majesté. The two later admitted to misusing their royal connection 12 years prior, which led to a former neighbor being jailed on bogus fraud charges. Both were sentenced to five years in prison, which was reduced to two and a half years.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Srirasmi_Suwadee#Divorce_and_loss_of_title
  53. One of the funniest presentations of the year was after the Chinese freaked out over a Daryl Morey (Houston Rockets general manager) tweet and they rolled out James Harden to beg for forgiveness and go on about how much respect he had for the Chinese people and country and leadership and sneaker buyers. James Harden. The guy whose body guards beat the shit out of people who don’t get out of his way fast enough when he strolls through Houston strip clubs.

    James Harden kowtowing. Almost as good as one of those youtubes with his defense low lights.

    https://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/27787634/james-harden-apologizes-controversy-grows-love-china

    • Replies: @Pericles
    "Ah, finally Daryl Morey shows his repentance, banging his head on floor before the throne. NBA knows its place. Ha! Ha!"
    "No, Premier. This James Harden."
    "James Harden? Darryl Morey? They not the same?"
    "Please excuse me, Premier." (Withdraws to confer.) "They the same, Premier. See, here is photo."
    "They the same. Ha! Ha!"
    "Ha! Ha!"
  54. @Anonymous
    It's illegal to criticize the king in Thailand. You can be jailed for this.

    Thailand is of course, therefore, not to be regarded as a serious country.

    Even if the king is actually a basically decent person, any country in which a certain person or group cannot be criticized is not a serious country.

    ‘… any country in which a certain person or group cannot be criticized is not a serious country.’

    Doesn’t that rule out the US, Canada, and most of the EU right there?

    • Replies: @but an humble craftsman
    I prefer not to hold my breath waiting for the answer ...
    , @Tex

    Doesn’t that rule out the US, Canada, and most of the EU right there?
     
    That reminds me, when's the last time Citizen of a Silly Country posted here?
  55. Is the current king of Thailand the Crown Prince of five years ago?

    Yes, he is.

  56. @Citizen of a Silly Country
    It's not that we're punching up; it's that they punch back.

    Non-elite American whites could learn from them. Those that hate us and want our people turned into helots won't quit until we punch (metaphorically, of course) back.

    Whites need our own attack dogs. For that, we need communities. Organize. Start meeting people face to face. Join groups. Find people like us and form your own groups. It's our only hope.

    And breed. Don’t forget to breed.

  57. @Corvinus
    "Multiculturalism forces differing cultures and values onto differing peoples. It’s truly retarded and will never work."

    Except it has worked very well actually in the States. Refer to the Eastern/Southern Europeans. They were looked at with disdain by WASPs. Never would Italians and Poles be able to assimilate and learn "Anglo-Saxon" traditions.

    As Johnny Cash sings, "these are my people".

    "Whites need our own attack dogs."

    It's called the Alt Right.

    "For that, we need communities. Organize. Start meeting people face to face. Join groups. Find people like us and form your own groups. It’s our only hope."

    We have already engaged in this process--normies are prolific in this endeavor. It's just that you don't like the results.

    Except it has worked very well actually in the States.

    With other Europeans. Anglo-America’s track record with assimilating non-Europeans (Blacks, Mestizos, Muslims) is much less impressive…..

    • Replies: @Ragno
    He knows that already, he's just doing a bit of upmarket trolling before reverting to form.
  58. @Lurker
    Woketards inform me that Watchmen TV is mega popular and no one remembers the movie, I mean that was like ten years ago!

    Rotten Tomatoes tells an interesting story. The critics claim to believe the TV series is vastly better than the movie. The deplorable audience begs to differ. They think it's, worse, much worse.

    Woketards inform me that Watchmen TV is mega popular and no one remembers the movie, I mean that was like ten years ago!

    Rotten Tomatoes tells an interesting story. The critics claim to believe the TV series is vastly better than the movie. The deplorable audience begs to differ. They think it’s, worse, much worse.

    I’d rather have people remember the comic book….

    • Replies: @Lurker
    Same. But RT only offers a comparison between the film and TV series. I have to work with what I've got.
  59. @SFG
    He's Dr. Manhattan, he can look like whatever he wants to. He got bored with us and went off to Mars last time I checked.

    For all the attempts at wokery that made me uninterested in this particular series...this one actually kind of makes sense.

    He’s Dr. Manhattan, he can look like whatever he wants to. He got bored with us and went off to Mars last time I checked.

    For all the attempts at wokery that made me uninterested in this particular series…this one actually kind of makes sense.

    Of course it makes sense. Lots of WOKE-folk fantasize about being Black….In modern America, Blackness is the ultimate super-power…..

    • Replies: @SFG
    OK, I never thought of that, but Manhattan actually is from the segment of society that would care about being woke (well-off people with grad degrees), so it does make sense now that you mention it. He can be an actually convincing Rachel Dolezal.
  60. @Colin Wright
    '... any country in which a certain person or group cannot be criticized is not a serious country.'

    Doesn't that rule out the US, Canada, and most of the EU right there?

    I prefer not to hold my breath waiting for the answer …

  61. @anon

    Trust me, though, this would be a good post to delete.
     
    Not my fault your King dresses like a bum. :)

    You idiot I am a virtuous person, a decorated American soldier, who merely is saying what virtuos people say about other virtous people.

    • LOL: Mr McKenna
    • Replies: @Anonymous

    You idiot I am a virtuous person, a decorated American soldier, who merely is saying what virtuos people say about other virtous people.
     
    You are good, really good.

    https://youtu.be/ZbaW0HZ_Qy8?t=97
    , @HammerJack
    There's a single word which appears three times in your mercifully brief post. You spelled it differently each time. Does this mean that you are transitioning again, ladyboy?
  62. @Achmed E. Newman
    Americans used to be a wise people, so our Founders bid Farewell to Kings long ago. How about we delete your comments and leave the rest. You can go kiss your king's tattooed ass.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FpsyrfoX8zw

    How about you show up, as I did, at the recruiting office and volunteer to fight for your country, as I did?

    Not gonna happen.

    • Agree: Achmed E. Newman
    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    For Thailand? Did they take. you?


    (Fat-fingered that AGREE)

    , @Adam Smith

    volunteer to fight for your country, as I did?
     
    Volunteer? You got screwed. Soldiers usually get paid.

    You didn't "fight for your country".

    You helped bankrupt the country by being a mercenary for the anglozionist empire.

    You are cannon fodder.
    , @Stan d Mute

    How about you show up, as I did, at the recruiting office and volunteer to fight for your country, as I did?
     
    So you’re an Israeli dual citizen then are you? Nobody has fought for my country in well over a century (Pacific theater WWII an arguable exception).
  63. @Anonymous

    Well, God forgives the stupid and the drunken.
     
    Your shtick as Thighland's Hasbara is pretty funny. I'll say one thing. Stupidity and drunkenness make a member of the Royal House splatter his body with ugly tattoos.

    As far as I'm concerned, the only TRUE king of Siam is this guy:

    PS the kid at 1:21 seems to be homo.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z9L_lilJKQQ

    You are beneath contempt.

    But you know that already.

    Don’t use the word Hasbra again , even anonymously, and don’t bother to tell people what you think, because you are a typical fool.

    • Replies: @HammerJack
    It's like an enraged, lisping, asian version of TD. Just what this place needs.
    , @Moshe
    Steve, the king of thailand reads your blog!

    Hey King, I have a proposal for you. Make Steve the same deal you have with GQ and send him oodles of money. That way he can write more or less independently and only refrain from mocking you and your pecadillos. Heck I'm sure he'd even delete this post. Also, stop being so thin skinned, bro. Being unmockable has done you no good.
  64. anonymous[379] • Disclaimer says:
    @fitzhamilton
    What sort of cowardly sycophantic bullshit is this? What is with all the sniveling apologists for warped Asian potentates here? Next you'll be commanding us to worship the likes of Erdogan and MbS, commanding us to pucker up and nuzzle deep into their greasy hindquarters, I bet. How about the successors of Idi Amin and Mugabe? Want us to fellate and allow ourselves to sodomized by them, too?

    No. Sorry. You can tell your Asian overlords to f**k off. We're Americans. We're free men and republicans. We'll mock and criticize who ever the hell we like.

    Respect is due those who themselves behave with dignity, honor and respect. If the King of Thailand decides to tatt himself up like a Pattayan crack whore, then appear in public in a wife beater that looks like a support bra for a pregnant woman, he richly deserves - and must expect - to be mocked. The fact that his own countrymen cannot legally criticize and make fun of this asshole is more than sufficient cause for a Thai revolution.

    That the likes of Jee Jing Ping, the Hoez -r-us of Sod and Erdoughan are so sensitive to criticism is evidence of their profound weakness and fragility. That She Zing Bing doesn't understand being compared to Winnie the Poo is a profound compliment, just shows you how stupid and psychologically weak the Chinese police state is.

    There's no clearer evidence of the decadence of our own culture than this sudden servile impulse to coddle the fragile sensibilities of silly Asian tyrants.

    Next sissified dipshit who suggests we suck up to some foreign twat just because they have money needs to be rolled in tar, feathered and driven into Canada. They like silly dinks in blackface up there, another retarded lilly livered chicken'll fit right in.

    Fuck you I have fought in real life against evil enemies and you are probably just a keyboard warrior. I fought for the right to have an opinion, type on, little man…

    You sissy, you loser, you hairball loser, you desperate sadness in the eyes of any woman, you rat-souled typist, you unloveable nerd, you despicable fraidy-cat sideline critic, you vicious gossip, you despicable hater, you lover of all things fancy and cowardly when bravery is called for, you fucking non-American liar who lives in America and claims to be American – go pound dirt with your fellow idiots.

    I speak as a brave person who sees another brave person being mocked by little fucking ants like you and I speak out on behalf of that person, American or not, king or not, you silly little sycophant, you saw a picture and thought you had a right to laugh like a fucking despicable little animal laughs when it imitates a human.

    Don’t you know that you are a loser and that you have no right to tell me I am not a much braver American than you you chickenhawk vicious little version of Whoopi Goldberg at her worst?

    And no I do not have Asian overlords but I don’t suck up to bigots like you. You should be so lucky to have someone like me praise you Ain’t gonna happen.

    • Replies: @YetAnotherAnon
    Stop being mealy-mouthed and say what you really think!
    , @Severian
    I'm sure you're also a decorated Navy SEAL with 300 confirmed kills. Can't you make your LARPing any more believable?
    , @Adam Smith
    You are not a brave person. You did not fight evil. You are evil.

    You are an evil little bootlicking coward.
    , @William Badwhite

    You sissy, you loser, you hairball loser, you desperate sadness in the eyes of any woman, you rat-souled typist, you unloveable nerd, you despicable fraidy-cat sideline critic, you vicious gossip, you despicable hater, you lover of all things fancy and cowardly when bravery is called for, you fucking non-American liar who lives in America and claims to be American – go pound dirt with your fellow idiots.
     
    That was a pretty good stream of insults. I'd put it on par with Chevy Chase in "Christmas Vacation". Two thumbs up!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=66nSZzBNkTU&feature=youtu.be
    , @Coag
    Your King appointed a poodle to military office. He has earned the right to be laughed at.
    , @Tex
    That's a fine impression of gamma rage, Tiny Duck. My hat's off to your comedic timing.
    , @Carolingian Leprechaun
    Are you the Thai king?
  65. @Anonymous
    These two examples would be the opposite of woke.

    Examples of woke lese-majeste would involve groups such as blacks, Jews, LGBTQ, etc.

    Conde Nast's behavior here is purely transactional, not out of lese-majeste. The King of Siam and Chairman Xi can and will retaliate against international media outlets by censoring or blocking their publications.

    Ding Ding. Correct. Judeo lese majeste is the biggest monarchy shield and club of them all, by orders of magnitude.

  66. @anonymous
    You idiot I am a virtuous person, a decorated American soldier, who merely is saying what virtuos people say about other virtous people.

    You idiot I am a virtuous person, a decorated American soldier, who merely is saying what virtuos people say about other virtous people.

    You are good, really good.

  67. @Harry Baldwin
    Is the current king of Thailand the Crown Prince of five years ago? He makes the British royals look fairly staid.

    As the sounds of a George Michael song drifted over the tropical gardens, Thailand’s Crown Prince and his fun-loving wife were in the mood to party.

    But the guest of honour at the event was not a visiting head of state or local dignitary – but the couple’s pampered poodle, Foo Foo.

    A video of the decadent event shot at the Thai Royal Palace in Bangkok shows Princess Srirasmi – a former waitress – cavorting in just a tiny G-string as she feeds the dog cake.

    In one scene, the topless princess appears to bend over to eat out of a dog bowl, while in another a servant falls to his knees in front of her. Later the royal couple sing Happy Birthday to their dog.
     
    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2638352/How-future-queen-Thailand-wearing-tiny-G-string-let-poodle-Foo-Foo-eat-cake-As-coup-rocks-Bangkok-video-reveals-royal-couples-decadent-lifestyle.html

    Later the royal couple sing Happy Birthday to their dog.

    By the way, (what’s left of) today, Dec. 9, is the former Princess’s birthday. She’s 48.

    Speaking of lèse-majesté, her parents are guilty of it– quite literally:

    Since Srirasmi’s divorce, her parents, father Apiruj Suwadee and mother Wanthanee, were arrested for Lèse-majesté. The two later admitted to misusing their royal connection 12 years prior, which led to a former neighbor being jailed on bogus fraud charges. Both were sentenced to five years in prison, which was reduced to two and a half years.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Srirasmi_Suwadee#Divorce_and_loss_of_title

  68. dress like an unlicenced cab driver

    I’m surprised the language police didn’t flag “unlicenced cab driver” as racist.

    • Replies: @Yngvar
    They mean Uber or Lyft, so it's ok.
  69. @fitzhamilton
    What sort of cowardly sycophantic bullshit is this? What is with all the sniveling apologists for warped Asian potentates here? Next you'll be commanding us to worship the likes of Erdogan and MbS, commanding us to pucker up and nuzzle deep into their greasy hindquarters, I bet. How about the successors of Idi Amin and Mugabe? Want us to fellate and allow ourselves to sodomized by them, too?

    No. Sorry. You can tell your Asian overlords to f**k off. We're Americans. We're free men and republicans. We'll mock and criticize who ever the hell we like.

    Respect is due those who themselves behave with dignity, honor and respect. If the King of Thailand decides to tatt himself up like a Pattayan crack whore, then appear in public in a wife beater that looks like a support bra for a pregnant woman, he richly deserves - and must expect - to be mocked. The fact that his own countrymen cannot legally criticize and make fun of this asshole is more than sufficient cause for a Thai revolution.

    That the likes of Jee Jing Ping, the Hoez -r-us of Sod and Erdoughan are so sensitive to criticism is evidence of their profound weakness and fragility. That She Zing Bing doesn't understand being compared to Winnie the Poo is a profound compliment, just shows you how stupid and psychologically weak the Chinese police state is.

    There's no clearer evidence of the decadence of our own culture than this sudden servile impulse to coddle the fragile sensibilities of silly Asian tyrants.

    Next sissified dipshit who suggests we suck up to some foreign twat just because they have money needs to be rolled in tar, feathered and driven into Canada. They like silly dinks in blackface up there, another retarded lilly livered chicken'll fit right in.

    Right, the U.S. media’s relentless mockery of Obama from 2008-2016 is an impressive testament to American freedom.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    Here you go. Peak Stupidity is part of the US media - our credentials have just not arrived in the mail yet.
  70. @Ozymandias
    "without necessary context"

    How much context is necessary beyond 'worst dressed list'?

    Well they had to say SOMETHING in the press release to divert attention from reality.

    We used to have a tag team here of a loud-mouthed sheikh and his ‘spokesman’. Every so often the sheikh would say something both idiotic and inflammatory, the meaning and context of which was completely plain, followed an hour later by the ‘spokesman’ appearing on the news saying ‘The sheikh’s remarks were taken out of context’.

    ‘Context’: it’s the universal gaslight.

    Now shut up, stop asking questions, and accept what you’ve been told. There’s a good debt-slave / tax-serf.

  71. @Corvinus
    "Multiculturalism forces differing cultures and values onto differing peoples. It’s truly retarded and will never work."

    Except it has worked very well actually in the States. Refer to the Eastern/Southern Europeans. They were looked at with disdain by WASPs. Never would Italians and Poles be able to assimilate and learn "Anglo-Saxon" traditions.

    As Johnny Cash sings, "these are my people".

    "Whites need our own attack dogs."

    It's called the Alt Right.

    "For that, we need communities. Organize. Start meeting people face to face. Join groups. Find people like us and form your own groups. It’s our only hope."

    We have already engaged in this process--normies are prolific in this endeavor. It's just that you don't like the results.

    We have already engaged in this process–normies are prolific in this endeavor. It’s just that you don’t like the results.

    Among the results:

    By the numbers: An alarming rise in suicide
    Suicide Mortality in the United States, 1999–2017

    U.S. Births Fell To A 32-Year Low In 2018; CDC Says Birthrate Is In Record Slump

    Bowling Alone: America’s Declining Social Capital

    • Agree: El Dato
    • Replies: @El Dato
    He probably is of the opinion that Antifa goonerism and random aimless protests for the Fad du Jour (including BLM) are "good" organizing that will eventually save the day. Eventually.
  72. @anonymous
    wwebd said - actually, the King of Thailand is a very decent person and someone who, like almost all of us, deserves not to be mocked by the lower ranks of hoi polloi.

    Also, and everybody knows this, there are maybe two or three actors in Hollywood who have their own sense of style, and those actors do not put up with bullshit from the servile entertainment industry. The King of Thailand deserves at least the same respect as anyone in Hollywood, or more - after all, he does a real job, they are just court entertainers, even the best of them.

    And if he - the King of Thailand - wants, every once in a while, to relax, well so does everyone else, and he, and every other decent God-fearing man, should be able to effectively tell the little spiteful people who run most of the entertainment and information industry to fuck off and stay the fuck away with their nasty little effeminate gossip and their wimpy little cowardly cameras when he is relaxing, because he is a man who deserves respect and they are what they are .... .

    So yeah, British GQ fucked up at first and then did the right thing, 8 was better than 10. Better if they had not been impish little losers at first, but glad to see that they manned up, and decided not to be the foolish little monkey imps they wanted to be at first.

    You shall indeed be invited to the next court reception.

  73. @anonymous
    Steve every once in a while you delete a post.

    The King of Thailand is not the president of Chechnya, he is someone who deserves a lot of respect, and I know you are a good guy who did not mean to attract nasty flies ---- maybe you should just delete this comment thread. It is not your fault that so many of your commenters are going to say really stupid things.
    You are better than them.

    Anyway, it is up to you. Trust me, though, this would be a good post to delete.

    Barely veiled mobster mumbling now? That escalated quickly.

    The question is, are you Thai Control or GQ management fearing the unavailability of travel visas.

    And what do you have against the president of Chechnya? Ramzan is a swell guy.

    • Replies: @anonymous
    I take back that reference, the current president of Chechnya I know next to nothing about, really, which means he is probably above average for a leader in the area of the world where Stalin came from, considering.
    , @Daniel Chieh
    Ramzan vs Thai King in fist fight, I want to see.
  74. Well initially I was planning to make some rather less than complimentary observations about the (new ) King of Thailand .
    But
    I must say I’m pretty appalled by some of the comments here
    You do realise that such comments are taken personally by Thai people everywhere as grossly insulting of their country and culture
    Just so you realise .Maybe you don’t care .
    I’m not going to defend the new King but I’m not going to slag off a very pleasant country either .

    The Ugly American lives

    • Agree: El Dato
    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    Anon there can make fun of Trump, Øb☭ma, or even one of our wise Founding Fathers all he want, and I wouldn't take it personally. That's the whole point, SB. Thai people should not take it personally. I never heard of this guy before, and I am not the most dedicated follower of fashion myself. However once I saw the picture with those tattoos, all bets are off, as far as what I have to say about the King of Thailand.
    , @kihowi
    I'm also shocked, but for different reasons. I had no idea that there was a such an instinct for cringing submission to kings among otherwise (I assume) intelligent people. You can take the obedient subject out of 18th century France, but you can't take 18th century France out of the obedient subject, I guess.

    Seriously, he looks like he should be on C.O.P.S., explaining why the pants he is wearing belong to someone else. And if that offends the Thai (probably doesn't, but whatever), they can act like the civilized people I know and take it in stride.

    , @jamie b.
    Actually, most of the Thais that I know don't think very highly of the present king. They loved his father but feel that the son is lazy playboy. AAR, nearly any public figure is a legitimate target for mockery. Even royalty and religious figures.
  75. @gabriel alberton

    He probably is of the opinion that Antifa goonerism and random aimless protests for the Fad du Jour (including BLM) are “good” organizing that will eventually save the day. Eventually.

  76. @anonymous
    Steve every once in a while you delete a post.

    The King of Thailand is not the president of Chechnya, he is someone who deserves a lot of respect, and I know you are a good guy who did not mean to attract nasty flies ---- maybe you should just delete this comment thread. It is not your fault that so many of your commenters are going to say really stupid things.
    You are better than them.

    Anyway, it is up to you. Trust me, though, this would be a good post to delete.

    “Nice little blog you have there, Mr. Sailer.”

    • Replies: @anonymous
    Not what I was trying to say.

    Respect for the Thai royal family is kind of a thing, and while GQ might be expected not to know that, an intelligent person like Sailer would be expected to know that, and I was surprised he didn't.

    Maybe I remember wrong, but I thought he had deleted posts before because they came off as ruder than he thought. I might have him mixed up with some other blogger, though. It is in the context of his having, if I remembered correctly, deleted unintentionally insensitive posts that I was offering unsolicited anonymous and well-meaning advice,

    anyway, Thanks for reading.
  77. OT,but it was only minutes ago that I discovered that I had one of the lines in one if my favorite songs,”Brown Sugar”, wrong for most of my life. It was “hear him whip the women just around midnight.” I,in my schoolboy innocence,thought it was “hear him WITH the women…”
    I wondered,even back then,how they got away with that song.
    The idea of the master whipping and raping slave girls is dear to the hearts of the Woke,but its supposed to be,you know,bad. Not a cool rock song.
    BTW listen to the little known Stones gem “Time Waits For No One.” Good Mick Taylor.

    • Replies: @Peterike
    “BTW listen to the little known Stones gem “Time Waits For No One.” Good Mick Taylor.”

    Agree. One of their best.
  78. @Bubba

    Is this an ancient Thai tradition, or is he just taking after the worst practices of the West?
     
    The latter and I agree 100%.

    A few months ago I had to meet a colleague for lunch at an Applebee's on a very warm day. At a nearby table an otherwise innocent-looking great-grandmother on her 78th birthday was proudly showing off her brand new shoulder tattoo.

    My colleague remarked, "Well, thank God she's not showing off her tramp stamp."

    The latter and I agree 100%.

    Technically speaking, you only agreed 50%.

  79. Imagine the fab fab fabulous gay panel at GQ that rendered these anti-hetero banishments from the gay vision-version of decent society. Pretty snippy of them, they only like snappy dressers?

    Are guys wearing track suits to W-Mart the male counterparts of W-Mart whales in yoga pants? Not to mention all the fab Palestinian terrorists who favor the vibrant colors track suits, along with the boy toy luving Taliban. As in “not gonna do it without my Turban on”. Don’t discuss among yourselves, but take this up with the still unChopped Caitlin Jenner.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    Looking at their models, GQ seems to be run for and by 22 year old black gay men.
  80. @Jon
    The Asian Century is here. Enjoy living in an Empire in Decline. It's not as bad as it sounds, England remains a dynamic, vibrant place.

    “England remains a dynamic, vibrant place”

    It certainly does.

    https://www.standard.co.uk/news/crime

    The unenriched areas of England are becoming fewer each year, and the truly unenriched (like Lake District/North Yorkshire) are overwhelmed by tourists “seeking a way into the lost past”.

    • Replies: @jim jones
    If you show these stories to Leftists the answer is always "Tory tax cuts"
  81. OT: A very serious looking writer explains in the Guardian why Lizzo wearing a thong with a dress with a cut-out for her backside and then twerking on the sidelines of an NBA game is actually, when you think about it, very important social commentary.

    Leave Lizzo alone: why her thong dress should command respect

    https://www.theguardian.com/music/2019/dec/09/lizzo-thong-dress-command-respect-lakers-game-fashion-fat-shaming

    Lizzo seems less angry and bitter craving male attention than just confident, rambunctious and wanting to make people laugh and aware of what people want from her. Which just makes the super serious commentary from the likes of the Guardian even funnier. There really isn’t a deeper meaning, it’s no different to a Rebel Wilson bit.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    Rebel Wilson came along in the U.S. in 2011 in 3 memorable minutes in "Bridesmaids," so she was spared the Great Awokening explication.
    , @The Wild Geese Howard

    There really isn’t a deeper meaning, it’s no different to a Rebel Wilson bit.
     
    No, but it's gross and unattractive. The only people who want to see this are fetishists and the "healthy at any size" lunatics.

    Since Christina Aguilera was mentioned in the original article, I will provide a gratuitous image:

    https://starcasm.net/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/Christina-Aguilera-Chaps.jpg

    Much better!
    , @El Dato
    You could hide the audio equipment in there.
  82. @Corvinus
    "Multiculturalism forces differing cultures and values onto differing peoples. It’s truly retarded and will never work."

    Except it has worked very well actually in the States. Refer to the Eastern/Southern Europeans. They were looked at with disdain by WASPs. Never would Italians and Poles be able to assimilate and learn "Anglo-Saxon" traditions.

    As Johnny Cash sings, "these are my people".

    "Whites need our own attack dogs."

    It's called the Alt Right.

    "For that, we need communities. Organize. Start meeting people face to face. Join groups. Find people like us and form your own groups. It’s our only hope."

    We have already engaged in this process--normies are prolific in this endeavor. It's just that you don't like the results.

    Except it has worked very well actually in the States.

    Please quit using “actually” in your replies. It makes you sound like a girl, and a boob. You are too anxious to be seen as an authority.

    It has worked very well in the States… Eastern/Southern Europeans… disdain by WASPs… assimilate… blah, blah, blah, the usual Corvy crap.

    You keep repeating this, but it doesn’t make it any truer. The US has worked in spite of, not because of, diversity. It’s just a feature of being a wealthy country.

    • Agree: HammerJack
    • Replies: @Corvinus
    "Please quit using “actually” in your replies. It makes you sound like a girl, and a boob. You are too anxious to be seen as an authority."

    Actually, I am well-versed on matters, but not necessarily an authority. Moreover, you sound like a Jewish SJW with your virtue signaling.

    "The US has worked in spite of, not because of, diversity. It’s just a feature of being a wealthy country."

    A wealthy country because of its diversity, whether it be in its people or ideas.
  83. @Altai
    OT: A very serious looking writer explains in the Guardian why Lizzo wearing a thong with a dress with a cut-out for her backside and then twerking on the sidelines of an NBA game is actually, when you think about it, very important social commentary.

    Leave Lizzo alone: why her thong dress should command respect

    https://www.theguardian.com/music/2019/dec/09/lizzo-thong-dress-command-respect-lakers-game-fashion-fat-shaming

    https://i.guim.co.uk/img/media/79cb838dd405a8993361e2eb3ed243256c5a77b1/60_0_1800_1080/master/1800.jpg?width=1920&quality=85&auto=format&fit=max&s=640d83c5df2cf2e1d4b1292292688a82

    Lizzo seems less angry and bitter craving male attention than just confident, rambunctious and wanting to make people laugh and aware of what people want from her. Which just makes the super serious commentary from the likes of the Guardian even funnier. There really isn't a deeper meaning, it's no different to a Rebel Wilson bit.

    Rebel Wilson came along in the U.S. in 2011 in 3 memorable minutes in “Bridesmaids,” so she was spared the Great Awokening explication.

  84. @anonymous
    How about you show up, as I did, at the recruiting office and volunteer to fight for your country, as I did?

    Not gonna happen.

    For Thailand? Did they take. you?

    (Fat-fingered that AGREE)

  85. @AaronB
    Isn't whinnie the poo banned in China because some Chinese netizens compared Xi to him?

    The Asian century lol :)

    I seem to recall an American with a Sgt Bilko T-shirt got into trouble in Tibet, they thought Phil Silvers was the Dalai Lama.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    Now that's funny.
    , @Achmed E. Newman
    Likely most of the population of China under 50 years old thinks Colonel Sanders is the guy that led that 1942 mission to bomb Tokyo.
  86. @YetAnotherAnon
    I seem to recall an American with a Sgt Bilko T-shirt got into trouble in Tibet, they thought Phil Silvers was the Dalai Lama.

    Now that’s funny.

    • Replies: @YetAnotherAnon

    "November 13, 1987
    LONDON (AP) _ A Chinese soldier in Tibet who tried to tear off a British woman’s ″Sergeant Bilko″ T-shirt has become the first known case of someone mistaking Phil Silvers for the Dalai Lama.

    As Kris Tait, 25, described the scene to British newspapers, a large crowd of Tibetans apparently agreed with him about a likeness between the late American comedian and the Tibet’s exiled god-king..

    Miss Tait said she was on vacation in the town of Gyangste when a soldier on a bicycle noticed the shirt with the likeness of the character Silvers played in the 1950s television series, the Guardian reported Friday.

    She said he accosted her and tried to rip off the T-shirt, then a crowd of Tibetans gathered, pointing at the portrait and chanting ″Dalai Lama 3/8″"
     
    https://apnews.com/a412d64ebd335577a8b3b119a7954155
  87. @syonredux

    He’s Dr. Manhattan, he can look like whatever he wants to. He got bored with us and went off to Mars last time I checked.

    For all the attempts at wokery that made me uninterested in this particular series…this one actually kind of makes sense.
     
    Of course it makes sense. Lots of WOKE-folk fantasize about being Black....In modern America, Blackness is the ultimate super-power.....

    OK, I never thought of that, but Manhattan actually is from the segment of society that would care about being woke (well-off people with grad degrees), so it does make sense now that you mention it. He can be an actually convincing Rachel Dolezal.

    • Replies: @syonredux

    OK, I never thought of that, but Manhattan actually is from the segment of society that would care about being woke (well-off people with grad degrees), so it does make sense now that you mention it. He can be an actually convincing Rachel Dolezal.
     
    I was thinking more in terms of it being Damon Lindelof's fantasy. Note, for example, how Lindelof's* version of Jon (Doctor Manhattan) Osterman is half-Jewish and a refugee from Nazi Germany......


    *


    Lindelof was born in Teaneck, New Jersey, the son of Susan Klausner, a teacher, and David Lindelof, a bank manager.[1][2] He attended Teaneck High School, a school whose diverse student body he credits with expanding his horizons as a writer.[3] Lindelof's mother is Jewish, whereas his father was of Scandinavian descent.[4][5][6]

     


    Lindelof celebrated his Bar Mitzvah in Teaneck, where he attended synagogue for the Sabbath; he has stated, "I was a Jewish white kid growing up in Teaneck, but at the same time, I had African and Filipino and Asian friends and to have that experience all through high school while getting an awesome education was wonderful."[7] Lindelof attended film school at New York University, performing briefly in the band Petting Zoo, and moved to Los Angeles after graduating.
     
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Damon_Lindelof
  88. @anonymous
    Steve every once in a while you delete a post.

    The King of Thailand is not the president of Chechnya, he is someone who deserves a lot of respect, and I know you are a good guy who did not mean to attract nasty flies ---- maybe you should just delete this comment thread. It is not your fault that so many of your commenters are going to say really stupid things.
    You are better than them.

    Anyway, it is up to you. Trust me, though, this would be a good post to delete.

    The King of Thailand is not the president of Chechnya, he is someone who deserves a lot of respect

    Do you seriously respect that truck stop prostitute outfit of his? The King of Thailand might be worse than the President of Chechnya…

    • Replies: @anonymous
    Almost all rich people dress badly sometimes.
  89. @sb
    Well initially I was planning to make some rather less than complimentary observations about the (new ) King of Thailand .
    But
    I must say I'm pretty appalled by some of the comments here
    You do realise that such comments are taken personally by Thai people everywhere as grossly insulting of their country and culture
    Just so you realise .Maybe you don't care .
    I'm not going to defend the new King but I'm not going to slag off a very pleasant country either .

    The Ugly American lives

    Anon there can make fun of Trump, Øb☭ma, or even one of our wise Founding Fathers all he want, and I wouldn’t take it personally. That’s the whole point, SB. Thai people should not take it personally. I never heard of this guy before, and I am not the most dedicated follower of fashion myself. However once I saw the picture with those tattoos, all bets are off, as far as what I have to say about the King of Thailand.

    • Replies: @sb
    But they do
    Take criticism of their King /Head of State seriously that is
    To criticise the King is to criticise the nation
    Non western people are not the same as western people
    You either take the view that western ways are the only way
    Or you don't
    And if there is only one way of doing things then why have borders
  90. @YetAnotherAnon
    I seem to recall an American with a Sgt Bilko T-shirt got into trouble in Tibet, they thought Phil Silvers was the Dalai Lama.

    Likely most of the population of China under 50 years old thinks Colonel Sanders is the guy that led that 1942 mission to bomb Tokyo.

  91. @El Dato
    Barely veiled mobster mumbling now? That escalated quickly.

    The question is, are you Thai Control or GQ management fearing the unavailability of travel visas.

    And what do you have against the president of Chechnya? Ramzan is a swell guy.

    I take back that reference, the current president of Chechnya I know next to nothing about, really, which means he is probably above average for a leader in the area of the world where Stalin came from, considering.

  92. @Coag

    The King of Thailand is not the president of Chechnya, he is someone who deserves a lot of respect
     
    Do you seriously respect that truck stop prostitute outfit of his? The King of Thailand might be worse than the President of Chechnya...

    Almost all rich people dress badly sometimes.

  93. @Altai
    OT: A very serious looking writer explains in the Guardian why Lizzo wearing a thong with a dress with a cut-out for her backside and then twerking on the sidelines of an NBA game is actually, when you think about it, very important social commentary.

    Leave Lizzo alone: why her thong dress should command respect

    https://www.theguardian.com/music/2019/dec/09/lizzo-thong-dress-command-respect-lakers-game-fashion-fat-shaming

    https://i.guim.co.uk/img/media/79cb838dd405a8993361e2eb3ed243256c5a77b1/60_0_1800_1080/master/1800.jpg?width=1920&quality=85&auto=format&fit=max&s=640d83c5df2cf2e1d4b1292292688a82

    Lizzo seems less angry and bitter craving male attention than just confident, rambunctious and wanting to make people laugh and aware of what people want from her. Which just makes the super serious commentary from the likes of the Guardian even funnier. There really isn't a deeper meaning, it's no different to a Rebel Wilson bit.

    There really isn’t a deeper meaning, it’s no different to a Rebel Wilson bit.

    No, but it’s gross and unattractive. The only people who want to see this are fetishists and the “healthy at any size” lunatics.

    Since Christina Aguilera was mentioned in the original article, I will provide a gratuitous image:

    Much better!

  94. anonymous[391] • Disclaimer says:
    @International Jew
    "Nice little blog you have there, Mr. Sailer."

    Not what I was trying to say.

    Respect for the Thai royal family is kind of a thing, and while GQ might be expected not to know that, an intelligent person like Sailer would be expected to know that, and I was surprised he didn’t.

    Maybe I remember wrong, but I thought he had deleted posts before because they came off as ruder than he thought. I might have him mixed up with some other blogger, though. It is in the context of his having, if I remembered correctly, deleted unintentionally insensitive posts that I was offering unsolicited anonymous and well-meaning advice,

    anyway, Thanks for reading.

    • Replies: @International Jew

    Respect for the Thai royal family is kind of a thing
     
    Maybe it's a "thing" with you, but Sailer is an American. If he doesn't owe respect to King George III he sure doesn't owe a satay rat's rear end to your tattooed king.
  95. Very simply, the Jewish part of the future globe-controlling Jewish/Asian ruling elite doesn’t want it’s new partners made fun of, so it got quickly deleted. Expect more of this.

  96. @Achmed E. Newman
    Anon there can make fun of Trump, Øb☭ma, or even one of our wise Founding Fathers all he want, and I wouldn't take it personally. That's the whole point, SB. Thai people should not take it personally. I never heard of this guy before, and I am not the most dedicated follower of fashion myself. However once I saw the picture with those tattoos, all bets are off, as far as what I have to say about the King of Thailand.

    But they do
    Take criticism of their King /Head of State seriously that is
    To criticise the King is to criticise the nation
    Non western people are not the same as western people
    You either take the view that western ways are the only way
    Or you don’t
    And if there is only one way of doing things then why have borders

    • Replies: @Clyde
    Thais need to rise up and depose their freaky, tattooed all over, goofball King. Throw him in the Thai equivalent of the Tower of London, or underneath it. I read he lives in Germany or Switzerland most of the year.
    , @Paleo Liberal
    Then is the nation itself above criticism?

    There is a lot of corruption in Thailand, including the royal family and the king.

    Thai people I have known, OTOH, have all been wonderful people. Not one exception. I feel the Thai people deserve better, but that is not my call.

    Anyway, Thais themselves will, when it is safe, criticize the royal family and the king. Although they only do so in private. The person I knew who was the most critical of the Thai royal family was someone who was related to them, but grew up in the US. Part of that is this person hated having to crawl before the (previous) king, which was more because this person was used to the American sensibilities.

    I gather a certain number of Thais feel amongst themselves that the current king doesn’t present a very good image of the country to the world. It’s just that the Thai people are not legally permitted to say so.

    Whereas we Americans are still, by grace of the First Amendment, permitted to speak our minds. I can say the President of the United States often acts like a buffoon; I can say the King of Thailand often acts like a buffoon.

    If I ever travel to Thailand, I will follow the lease and customs of the country and not speak one word against the King or his family.
    , @Achmed E. Newman

    And if there is only one way of doing things then why have borders?
     
    Let me turn this around on you, SB. Orientals (or the Thais, at least) can do things their way and we can do things our way. I agree. If we have just a small number of assimilated Thais, along with any other foreign peoples, in America, there should be almost nobody here in America who gets his panties in a wad for what I say about that tattooed fool in the picture. If the Thais don't believe in rule of law or due process, that is not our business either.

    Now diplomacy, of course, is a different matter. I would expect our president not to mention the tattoos or the worst-dressed list in public or in dealings with the king and other diplomats of Thailand. If he did, I'd expect the Thai king to tell him to get bent and stay out of Thailand.

    How's that for fairness and borders?

  97. @Jon
    The Asian Century is here. Enjoy living in an Empire in Decline. It's not as bad as it sounds, England remains a dynamic, vibrant place.

    New around here? “Vibrant” is code for things we don’t like

  98. @anonymous
    Fuck you I have fought in real life against evil enemies and you are probably just a keyboard warrior. I fought for the right to have an opinion, type on, little man...


    You sissy, you loser, you hairball loser, you desperate sadness in the eyes of any woman, you rat-souled typist, you unloveable nerd, you despicable fraidy-cat sideline critic, you vicious gossip, you despicable hater, you lover of all things fancy and cowardly when bravery is called for, you fucking non-American liar who lives in America and claims to be American - go pound dirt with your fellow idiots.

    I speak as a brave person who sees another brave person being mocked by little fucking ants like you and I speak out on behalf of that person, American or not, king or not, you silly little sycophant, you saw a picture and thought you had a right to laugh like a fucking despicable little animal laughs when it imitates a human.

    Don't you know that you are a loser and that you have no right to tell me I am not a much braver American than you you chickenhawk vicious little version of Whoopi Goldberg at her worst?

    And no I do not have Asian overlords but I don't suck up to bigots like you. You should be so lucky to have someone like me praise you Ain't gonna happen.

    Stop being mealy-mouthed and say what you really think!

  99. @Steve Sailer
    Now that's funny.

    “November 13, 1987
    LONDON (AP) _ A Chinese soldier in Tibet who tried to tear off a British woman’s ″Sergeant Bilko″ T-shirt has become the first known case of someone mistaking Phil Silvers for the Dalai Lama.

    As Kris Tait, 25, described the scene to British newspapers, a large crowd of Tibetans apparently agreed with him about a likeness between the late American comedian and the Tibet’s exiled god-king..

    Miss Tait said she was on vacation in the town of Gyangste when a soldier on a bicycle noticed the shirt with the likeness of the character Silvers played in the 1950s television series, the Guardian reported Friday.

    She said he accosted her and tried to rip off the T-shirt, then a crowd of Tibetans gathered, pointing at the portrait and chanting ″Dalai Lama 3/8″”

    https://apnews.com/a412d64ebd335577a8b3b119a7954155

  100. @anonymous
    Steve every once in a while you delete a post.

    The King of Thailand is not the president of Chechnya, he is someone who deserves a lot of respect, and I know you are a good guy who did not mean to attract nasty flies ---- maybe you should just delete this comment thread. It is not your fault that so many of your commenters are going to say really stupid things.
    You are better than them.

    Anyway, it is up to you. Trust me, though, this would be a good post to delete.

    Are you, by chance, Siamese, if you please?

  101. Did this particular blog post just get brigaded by the Thai Internet Defence Force?

    That seems strange to me. It’s gotta be one dude sock-puppeting a “Leave Britney Alone” routine. At least I hope.

    • Replies: @William Badwhite

    Thai Internet Defence Force
     
    was hilarious. Still chuckling, my admin is peering into my office presumably wondering why I'm laughing.
    , @onetwothree
    It's a few trolls (maybe just one) and a large group of readers absolutely, utterly unable to understand what a troll is and how to deal with them. (Hint: Ignore them.)
    , @Lot
    In the Land of Smiles, everyone loves King Rama!
  102. Handyman’ – A solid working -claas White Man. Right?

    Not for the greasy ARSEs of CountDown. All the ‘KyteBuilder’ show sponsor ads show women/darkies rescuing a nice White m/c family.

    Who is the psychopathic thug who knocks over bathroom tiles, scratches their wires etc?

    A dindu doin TNB? No. Racist!
    A fat hag? No. Sexist!
    A swarthy frizzy ARSE? No!

    Why ofc – it’s a GINGER!!!

    We all know those nasty fair redheaded Celts are the thugs of Yardie drugdealers, SSing groomers, fembot trigglypuffs!!!!

    I live in fear of GINGER thugz!!!

  103. @YetAnotherAnon
    "England remains a dynamic, vibrant place"

    It certainly does.

    https://www.standard.co.uk/news/crime

    The unenriched areas of England are becoming fewer each year, and the truly unenriched (like Lake District/North Yorkshire) are overwhelmed by tourists "seeking a way into the lost past".

    If you show these stories to Leftists the answer is always “Tory tax cuts”

  104. @sb
    But they do
    Take criticism of their King /Head of State seriously that is
    To criticise the King is to criticise the nation
    Non western people are not the same as western people
    You either take the view that western ways are the only way
    Or you don't
    And if there is only one way of doing things then why have borders

    Thais need to rise up and depose their freaky, tattooed all over, goofball King. Throw him in the Thai equivalent of the Tower of London, or underneath it. I read he lives in Germany or Switzerland most of the year.

  105. @Anonymous
    It's illegal to criticize the king in Thailand. You can be jailed for this.

    Thailand is of course, therefore, not to be regarded as a serious country.

    Even if the king is actually a basically decent person, any country in which a certain person or group cannot be criticized is not a serious country.

    any country in which a certain person or group cannot be criticized is not a serious country.

    Honk honk, errybody!

  106. @Bubba
    As my Mom would tell my sisters when they wore "designer" dungaree jeans, "All your taste is in your mouth."

    And they all eventually outgrew the awkward fashion phase within a year or two and came to their senses.

    I’m more into the theory that wearing stupid, garish fashion is a way for girls to undeniably show off their youthfulness. Because their mums would look like ludicrous abominations if they dressed the same way.

    • Agree: YetAnotherAnon, Bubba
  107. @Morton's toes
    One of the funniest presentations of the year was after the Chinese freaked out over a Daryl Morey (Houston Rockets general manager) tweet and they rolled out James Harden to beg for forgiveness and go on about how much respect he had for the Chinese people and country and leadership and sneaker buyers. James Harden. The guy whose body guards beat the shit out of people who don't get out of his way fast enough when he strolls through Houston strip clubs.

    James Harden kowtowing. Almost as good as one of those youtubes with his defense low lights.

    https://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/27787634/james-harden-apologizes-controversy-grows-love-china

    “Ah, finally Daryl Morey shows his repentance, banging his head on floor before the throne. NBA knows its place. Ha! Ha!”
    “No, Premier. This James Harden.”
    “James Harden? Darryl Morey? They not the same?”
    “Please excuse me, Premier.” (Withdraws to confer.) “They the same, Premier. See, here is photo.”
    “They the same. Ha! Ha!”
    “Ha! Ha!”

  108. @sb
    But they do
    Take criticism of their King /Head of State seriously that is
    To criticise the King is to criticise the nation
    Non western people are not the same as western people
    You either take the view that western ways are the only way
    Or you don't
    And if there is only one way of doing things then why have borders

    Then is the nation itself above criticism?

    There is a lot of corruption in Thailand, including the royal family and the king.

    Thai people I have known, OTOH, have all been wonderful people. Not one exception. I feel the Thai people deserve better, but that is not my call.

    Anyway, Thais themselves will, when it is safe, criticize the royal family and the king. Although they only do so in private. The person I knew who was the most critical of the Thai royal family was someone who was related to them, but grew up in the US. Part of that is this person hated having to crawl before the (previous) king, which was more because this person was used to the American sensibilities.

    I gather a certain number of Thais feel amongst themselves that the current king doesn’t present a very good image of the country to the world. It’s just that the Thai people are not legally permitted to say so.

    Whereas we Americans are still, by grace of the First Amendment, permitted to speak our minds. I can say the President of the United States often acts like a buffoon; I can say the King of Thailand often acts like a buffoon.

    If I ever travel to Thailand, I will follow the lease and customs of the country and not speak one word against the King or his family.

    • Replies: @sb
    Well I'm in Thailand now . I spend a lot of time here
    Much of the commentary here would make Thais cry.And very angry
    As I said if you believe that there is only one universal standard and that's the American Way then maybe you also accept that there is no need for seperate countries - just one Big America
    I believe in HBD .I also believe in good manners
    , @nebulafox
    Yeah, Thais are really kind people: my girlfriend absolutely loves everything about Thais and Thai culture.

    When I lived in Thailand, I noticed that Thais would distinguish between the Queen Victoria-esque Bhumibol-who was generally regarded with not uncritical, but genuine respect-and the rest of the royal family, including the current king. I would not say that the criticism ever reached Saudi levels (the Sauds are widely disdained throughout the entire Muslim world, although because they hold the hajj centers, this always has practical limits) but you are correct that it is a far cry from the official reality. Corruption is not as bad as some other places in the region, but very much in the open. Interestingly enough, there's no kodo-ha esque group in Thailand who thinks letting the royals off the chain will solve problems like corporate corruption and create a pure society, a la 1930s Japan. Maybe Thais are too relaxed for that kind of thing? Or maybe they are more realistic about the humanness of their king's family?

    One other major shift in Thailand is that the military is far more comfortable with the Chinese than us these days, perhaps because the Chinese don't really care about the coups.

    >If I ever travel to Thailand, I will follow the lease and customs of the country and not speak one word against the King or his family.

    "Their house, their rules" is a good code of conduct to follow whether you are traveling across the street or across the world.

  109. @Corvinus
    "Multiculturalism forces differing cultures and values onto differing peoples. It’s truly retarded and will never work."

    Except it has worked very well actually in the States. Refer to the Eastern/Southern Europeans. They were looked at with disdain by WASPs. Never would Italians and Poles be able to assimilate and learn "Anglo-Saxon" traditions.

    As Johnny Cash sings, "these are my people".

    "Whites need our own attack dogs."

    It's called the Alt Right.

    "For that, we need communities. Organize. Start meeting people face to face. Join groups. Find people like us and form your own groups. It’s our only hope."

    We have already engaged in this process--normies are prolific in this endeavor. It's just that you don't like the results.

    “Multiculturalism forces differing cultures and values onto differing peoples. It’s truly retarded and will never work.”

    Except it has worked very well actually in the States. Refer to the Eastern/Southern Europeans. They were looked at with disdain by WASPs. Never would Italians and Poles be able to assimilate and learn “Anglo-Saxon” traditions.

    Corny, you can’t even keep your definitions straight here. Multiculturalism? Or assimilationism? Two very different things.

    What has actually sort of worked in the US was assimilation of various European peoples to Anglo-American norms. This process, combined with 1924 immigration stop and the shared experience of the Depression and War was producing, mid-century, a reasonable facsimile of an “American people”, that was gradually encompassing most white Americans. America at 1960 was a pretty nice place–through assimilation, not multiculturalism. But we still–three centuries on, hadn’t made much progress with the much larger white-black racial/behavioral gap.

    But with the rise of the Jews, the rise of the minoritarian ideology–“multiculturalism”, “diversity”, “nation of immigrants”ism–the reopening of mass immigration, assimilation has slowed. Heck, TPTB think it’s offensive to argue America even has an Anglo-Saxon origin. (Cue Romeny in 2012.) America is actually de-assimilating.

    And to the extent America works “very well”, that is because America is living off the old assimilate-to-Anglo-norms America. Half the (90% white) Boomers are still in the workforce. Our “installed base” of capital from factories to freeways were built by it. Our technological edge and military edge was built by it. Our traditions of rule of law, cooperation, civic-mindness all flow from it–and are in decline with diversity.

    You won’t be able to tell how “mulitcultural” America works for another generation or two. But i’m pretty sure no one is going to think it works like American in 1960.

    ~~~

    There is a shorter word for actual “multicultralism”–“empire”.

    There are some at least semi-stable places–Canada, Singapore–that are “multicultural”, but really just involve having a majority ethnic group (English Canadians, Singapore Chinese) who run their joint that contains some undigested ethnic minority.

    But the only long term stable true “multicultralism” that has ever existed is empire–ex. the Roman Empire, the Ottomans. And the way it “works”–has any long term stability–is if the ruling people tells everyone/every group to “mind their own business” and “pay their taxes”, and then puts the whoop-ass on anyone who gets out of line.

    That is actual “multiculturalism”.

    • Replies: @Rob McX

    And to the extent America works “very well”, that is because America is living off the old assimilate-to-Anglo-norms America.
     
    Indeed. I think this is what Adam Smith meant when he said, "There is a great deal of ruin in a nation". Great institutions built up over centuries can withstand the devastation caused by multiculturalism - for a few generations at least, before the whole thing skydives into chaos.

    But the only long term stable true “multicultralism” that has ever existed is empire–ex. the Roman Empire, the Ottomans.
     
    When the big empires - Austo-Hungarian, Soviet, Ottoman - broke up in the last century, the very first things the component nationalities did was move apart and form their own countries. What kept them together under imperial rule was the fact that nationalism was outlawed. And this is what we are going to discover as we turn our own countries over to ethnocentric, mutually hostile alien races. To hold a make-believe multiracial "nation" together, you need repressive laws.
    , @Corvinus
    "Corny, you can’t even keep your definitions straight here. Multiculturalism? Or assimilationism? Two very different things."

    That would be a strawman on your part.

    "What has actually sort of worked in the US was assimilation of various European peoples to Anglo-American norms."

    You mean various groups of people. The nation was founded for the people, whose just powers are derived from the consent of the governed. Congress was given the green light by the Founding Fathers as to determine who were those people. At the time, it was Europeans. Later on, it incorporated non-Europeans. The people through Congress had the liberty to include other peoples.

    Although, Alt Right leader Vox Day makes the argument that the Constitution was meant secure the rights of Englishmen and only applied to this particular group of people, since the non-English–meaning white Europeans–lacked the intellectual capacity to properly comprehend its ideals.

    Ben Tillman, a poster on this fine blog, countered that "The “rights of Englishmen”, the rule of law, etc. were all imports from Germany. He should read Otto von Gierke."

    Interesting, to the say the least.

    "This process, combined with 1924 immigration..."

    Which sought to minimize the meddling influence of Eastern and Southern Europeans. Should they go back?

    "America at 1960 was a pretty nice place–through assimilation, not multiculturalism."

    Multiculturalism includes different races AND ethnicities. Remember, WASPs built this nation. Then the Irish hordes, along with degenerates (at least to nativists) like the Poles and Italians ran roughshod.

    "And to the extent America works “very well”, that is because America is living off the old assimilate-to-Anglo-norms America."

    Those "Anglo norms" changed with the inclusion of Irish and German Catholics. As a result, we developed "American norms".

    "There is a shorter word for actual “multicultralism”–“empire”."

    No, those are two different concepts.
  110. @sb
    But they do
    Take criticism of their King /Head of State seriously that is
    To criticise the King is to criticise the nation
    Non western people are not the same as western people
    You either take the view that western ways are the only way
    Or you don't
    And if there is only one way of doing things then why have borders

    And if there is only one way of doing things then why have borders?

    Let me turn this around on you, SB. Orientals (or the Thais, at least) can do things their way and we can do things our way. I agree. If we have just a small number of assimilated Thais, along with any other foreign peoples, in America, there should be almost nobody here in America who gets his panties in a wad for what I say about that tattooed fool in the picture. If the Thais don’t believe in rule of law or due process, that is not our business either.

    Now diplomacy, of course, is a different matter. I would expect our president not to mention the tattoos or the worst-dressed list in public or in dealings with the king and other diplomats of Thailand. If he did, I’d expect the Thai king to tell him to get bent and stay out of Thailand.

    How’s that for fairness and borders?

  111. @sb
    Well initially I was planning to make some rather less than complimentary observations about the (new ) King of Thailand .
    But
    I must say I'm pretty appalled by some of the comments here
    You do realise that such comments are taken personally by Thai people everywhere as grossly insulting of their country and culture
    Just so you realise .Maybe you don't care .
    I'm not going to defend the new King but I'm not going to slag off a very pleasant country either .

    The Ugly American lives

    I’m also shocked, but for different reasons. I had no idea that there was a such an instinct for cringing submission to kings among otherwise (I assume) intelligent people. You can take the obedient subject out of 18th century France, but you can’t take 18th century France out of the obedient subject, I guess.

    Seriously, he looks like he should be on C.O.P.S., explaining why the pants he is wearing belong to someone else. And if that offends the Thai (probably doesn’t, but whatever), they can act like the civilized people I know and take it in stride.

  112. @Corvinus
    "Multiculturalism forces differing cultures and values onto differing peoples. It’s truly retarded and will never work."

    Except it has worked very well actually in the States. Refer to the Eastern/Southern Europeans. They were looked at with disdain by WASPs. Never would Italians and Poles be able to assimilate and learn "Anglo-Saxon" traditions.

    As Johnny Cash sings, "these are my people".

    "Whites need our own attack dogs."

    It's called the Alt Right.

    "For that, we need communities. Organize. Start meeting people face to face. Join groups. Find people like us and form your own groups. It’s our only hope."

    We have already engaged in this process--normies are prolific in this endeavor. It's just that you don't like the results.

    Not to mention China. Think of the vastly different people they gobbled up in their empire, and they’re still around!

    Africans belong in Europe, QED.

  113. @Colin Wright
    '... any country in which a certain person or group cannot be criticized is not a serious country.'

    Doesn't that rule out the US, Canada, and most of the EU right there?

    Doesn’t that rule out the US, Canada, and most of the EU right there?

    That reminds me, when’s the last time Citizen of a Silly Country posted here?

  114. @SFG
    OK, I never thought of that, but Manhattan actually is from the segment of society that would care about being woke (well-off people with grad degrees), so it does make sense now that you mention it. He can be an actually convincing Rachel Dolezal.

    OK, I never thought of that, but Manhattan actually is from the segment of society that would care about being woke (well-off people with grad degrees), so it does make sense now that you mention it. He can be an actually convincing Rachel Dolezal.

    I was thinking more in terms of it being Damon Lindelof’s fantasy. Note, for example, how Lindelof’s* version of Jon (Doctor Manhattan) Osterman is half-Jewish and a refugee from Nazi Germany……

    *

    Lindelof was born in Teaneck, New Jersey, the son of Susan Klausner, a teacher, and David Lindelof, a bank manager.[1][2] He attended Teaneck High School, a school whose diverse student body he credits with expanding his horizons as a writer.[3] Lindelof’s mother is Jewish, whereas his father was of Scandinavian descent.[4][5][6]

    Lindelof celebrated his Bar Mitzvah in Teaneck, where he attended synagogue for the Sabbath; he has stated, “I was a Jewish white kid growing up in Teaneck, but at the same time, I had African and Filipino and Asian friends and to have that experience all through high school while getting an awesome education was wonderful.”[7] Lindelof attended film school at New York University, performing briefly in the band Petting Zoo, and moved to Los Angeles after graduating.

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

  115. @anonymous
    How about you show up, as I did, at the recruiting office and volunteer to fight for your country, as I did?

    Not gonna happen.

    volunteer to fight for your country, as I did?

    Volunteer? You got screwed. Soldiers usually get paid.

    You didn’t “fight for your country”.

    You helped bankrupt the country by being a mercenary for the anglozionist empire.

    You are cannon fodder.

  116. @fitzhamilton
    What sort of cowardly sycophantic bullshit is this? What is with all the sniveling apologists for warped Asian potentates here? Next you'll be commanding us to worship the likes of Erdogan and MbS, commanding us to pucker up and nuzzle deep into their greasy hindquarters, I bet. How about the successors of Idi Amin and Mugabe? Want us to fellate and allow ourselves to sodomized by them, too?

    No. Sorry. You can tell your Asian overlords to f**k off. We're Americans. We're free men and republicans. We'll mock and criticize who ever the hell we like.

    Respect is due those who themselves behave with dignity, honor and respect. If the King of Thailand decides to tatt himself up like a Pattayan crack whore, then appear in public in a wife beater that looks like a support bra for a pregnant woman, he richly deserves - and must expect - to be mocked. The fact that his own countrymen cannot legally criticize and make fun of this asshole is more than sufficient cause for a Thai revolution.

    That the likes of Jee Jing Ping, the Hoez -r-us of Sod and Erdoughan are so sensitive to criticism is evidence of their profound weakness and fragility. That She Zing Bing doesn't understand being compared to Winnie the Poo is a profound compliment, just shows you how stupid and psychologically weak the Chinese police state is.

    There's no clearer evidence of the decadence of our own culture than this sudden servile impulse to coddle the fragile sensibilities of silly Asian tyrants.

    Next sissified dipshit who suggests we suck up to some foreign twat just because they have money needs to be rolled in tar, feathered and driven into Canada. They like silly dinks in blackface up there, another retarded lilly livered chicken'll fit right in.

    spoken like a true little brain britpoop, hey i dont care if you make fun of us or not but don’t make fun of thais let alone the king in Thailand otherwise your gonna get an elbow, a kick, or some nice combos to your bad skinned mug.

  117. @anonymous
    Fuck you I have fought in real life against evil enemies and you are probably just a keyboard warrior. I fought for the right to have an opinion, type on, little man...


    You sissy, you loser, you hairball loser, you desperate sadness in the eyes of any woman, you rat-souled typist, you unloveable nerd, you despicable fraidy-cat sideline critic, you vicious gossip, you despicable hater, you lover of all things fancy and cowardly when bravery is called for, you fucking non-American liar who lives in America and claims to be American - go pound dirt with your fellow idiots.

    I speak as a brave person who sees another brave person being mocked by little fucking ants like you and I speak out on behalf of that person, American or not, king or not, you silly little sycophant, you saw a picture and thought you had a right to laugh like a fucking despicable little animal laughs when it imitates a human.

    Don't you know that you are a loser and that you have no right to tell me I am not a much braver American than you you chickenhawk vicious little version of Whoopi Goldberg at her worst?

    And no I do not have Asian overlords but I don't suck up to bigots like you. You should be so lucky to have someone like me praise you Ain't gonna happen.

    I’m sure you’re also a decorated Navy SEAL with 300 confirmed kills. Can’t you make your LARPing any more believable?

  118. @anonymous
    Fuck you I have fought in real life against evil enemies and you are probably just a keyboard warrior. I fought for the right to have an opinion, type on, little man...


    You sissy, you loser, you hairball loser, you desperate sadness in the eyes of any woman, you rat-souled typist, you unloveable nerd, you despicable fraidy-cat sideline critic, you vicious gossip, you despicable hater, you lover of all things fancy and cowardly when bravery is called for, you fucking non-American liar who lives in America and claims to be American - go pound dirt with your fellow idiots.

    I speak as a brave person who sees another brave person being mocked by little fucking ants like you and I speak out on behalf of that person, American or not, king or not, you silly little sycophant, you saw a picture and thought you had a right to laugh like a fucking despicable little animal laughs when it imitates a human.

    Don't you know that you are a loser and that you have no right to tell me I am not a much braver American than you you chickenhawk vicious little version of Whoopi Goldberg at her worst?

    And no I do not have Asian overlords but I don't suck up to bigots like you. You should be so lucky to have someone like me praise you Ain't gonna happen.

    You are not a brave person. You did not fight evil. You are evil.

    You are an evil little bootlicking coward.

  119. @Paleo Liberal
    Then is the nation itself above criticism?

    There is a lot of corruption in Thailand, including the royal family and the king.

    Thai people I have known, OTOH, have all been wonderful people. Not one exception. I feel the Thai people deserve better, but that is not my call.

    Anyway, Thais themselves will, when it is safe, criticize the royal family and the king. Although they only do so in private. The person I knew who was the most critical of the Thai royal family was someone who was related to them, but grew up in the US. Part of that is this person hated having to crawl before the (previous) king, which was more because this person was used to the American sensibilities.

    I gather a certain number of Thais feel amongst themselves that the current king doesn’t present a very good image of the country to the world. It’s just that the Thai people are not legally permitted to say so.

    Whereas we Americans are still, by grace of the First Amendment, permitted to speak our minds. I can say the President of the United States often acts like a buffoon; I can say the King of Thailand often acts like a buffoon.

    If I ever travel to Thailand, I will follow the lease and customs of the country and not speak one word against the King or his family.

    Well I’m in Thailand now . I spend a lot of time here
    Much of the commentary here would make Thais cry.And very angry
    As I said if you believe that there is only one universal standard and that’s the American Way then maybe you also accept that there is no need for seperate countries – just one Big America
    I believe in HBD .I also believe in good manners

    • Replies: @Coag
    It’s bad manners for Thais to criticize American freedom of speech on an American-based website. Americans love their right to make jokes just as much as Thais love/fear their goofy king. That’s why there are different countries and not one big Thailand or one big Saudi Arabia, as much as you or the Muslims are trying to enforce your weird lese majeste laws on everyone. Are you able to wrap your head around that?
    , @Achmed E. Newman

    I also believe in good manners.
     
    Good manners??!! This is the internet. Maybe Thai people SHOUlD be able to criticize the next king or queen BEFORE he gets a fucking tattoo across his whole backside. Then we wouldn't be in this mess, and the Thai people would not be crying and angry.
    , @Paleo Liberal
    Good manners?

    Royalty are leeches off the common people. Corrupt monarchs even more so.

    In absolute monarchies, the people are slaves. Criticizing slave masters is good enough manners.

    In constitutional monarchies, the job of the monarch is to put on a good face for the country. The Thai king has failed miserably. He comes off as a cross between King Edward VII, Prince Andrew, and a circus clown, with a good part of a banana republic dictator thrown in.

    Sorry, but it is the corruption and ill manners of the Thai king that are the problem. If the King of Thailand is going to present himself and his country as an object of mockery, don’t blame the rest of the world for pointing out that your emperor has bad clothes.
    , @Daniel Chieh
    The internet exists for rudeness(and pornography).
  120. @Altai
    OT: A very serious looking writer explains in the Guardian why Lizzo wearing a thong with a dress with a cut-out for her backside and then twerking on the sidelines of an NBA game is actually, when you think about it, very important social commentary.

    Leave Lizzo alone: why her thong dress should command respect

    https://www.theguardian.com/music/2019/dec/09/lizzo-thong-dress-command-respect-lakers-game-fashion-fat-shaming

    https://i.guim.co.uk/img/media/79cb838dd405a8993361e2eb3ed243256c5a77b1/60_0_1800_1080/master/1800.jpg?width=1920&quality=85&auto=format&fit=max&s=640d83c5df2cf2e1d4b1292292688a82

    Lizzo seems less angry and bitter craving male attention than just confident, rambunctious and wanting to make people laugh and aware of what people want from her. Which just makes the super serious commentary from the likes of the Guardian even funnier. There really isn't a deeper meaning, it's no different to a Rebel Wilson bit.

    You could hide the audio equipment in there.

  121. OT: The US apparently is now responsible for the Indian constitution and aghast that India does not primarily care about Muslims:

    https://www.rt.com/news/475484-india-us-citizenship-bill/

    The Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, or CAB, was approved on Monday by the Lok Sabha, the lower house of the Indian parliament. The legislation simplifies the process of acquiring citizenship for Hindus, Christians, Sikhs, Buddhists, Jains and Parsis who have arrived from Pakistan, Afghanistan or Bangladesh.

    While “the West” is okay with dropping weapon containers so that remainders of Christianity can be wiped off the map of Syria.

    Attacking the bill, the USCIRF called it discriminatory because it “excludes” India’s Muslim community. The commission further stressed that the US government should consider sanctioning Indian top-ranking officials if the bill becomes law.

    Truly bizarre.

    • Replies: @YetAnotherAnon
    The name by which Indians refer to their country - Hindustan - literally means 'land of the Hindus'.

    It looks as if, seventy years later, the Hindus are agreeing with the founder of Pakistan, Jinnah.

    "(Islam and Hinduism) …are not religions in the strict sense of the word, but are, in fact, different and distinct social orders; and it is a dream that the Hindus and Muslims can ever evolve a common nationality... the Hindus and Muslims belong to two different religious philosophies, social customs, and literature[s]. They neither intermarry nor dine together, and indeed they belong to two different civilisations which are based mainly on conflicting ideas and conceptions. Their perspectives on life, and of life, are different. It is quite clear that Hindus and Mussalmans derive their inspiration from different sources of history. They have different epics, their heroes are different…"
  122. @bomag

    Except it has worked very well actually in the States.
     
    Please quit using "actually" in your replies. It makes you sound like a girl, and a boob. You are too anxious to be seen as an authority.

    It has worked very well in the States... Eastern/Southern Europeans... disdain by WASPs... assimilate... blah, blah, blah, the usual Corvy crap.
     
    You keep repeating this, but it doesn't make it any truer. The US has worked in spite of, not because of, diversity. It's just a feature of being a wealthy country.

    “Please quit using “actually” in your replies. It makes you sound like a girl, and a boob. You are too anxious to be seen as an authority.”

    Actually, I am well-versed on matters, but not necessarily an authority. Moreover, you sound like a Jewish SJW with your virtue signaling.

    “The US has worked in spite of, not because of, diversity. It’s just a feature of being a wealthy country.”

    A wealthy country because of its diversity, whether it be in its people or ideas.

    • Disagree: bomag
  123. @AnotherDad

    “Multiculturalism forces differing cultures and values onto differing peoples. It’s truly retarded and will never work.”

    Except it has worked very well actually in the States. Refer to the Eastern/Southern Europeans. They were looked at with disdain by WASPs. Never would Italians and Poles be able to assimilate and learn “Anglo-Saxon” traditions.
     
    Corny, you can’t even keep your definitions straight here. Multiculturalism? Or assimilationism? Two very different things.

    What has actually sort of worked in the US was assimilation of various European peoples to Anglo-American norms. This process, combined with 1924 immigration stop and the shared experience of the Depression and War was producing, mid-century, a reasonable facsimile of an “American people”, that was gradually encompassing most white Americans. America at 1960 was a pretty nice place--through assimilation, not multiculturalism. But we still–three centuries on, hadn’t made much progress with the much larger white-black racial/behavioral gap.

    But with the rise of the Jews, the rise of the minoritarian ideology--“multiculturalism”, “diversity”, "nation of immigrants"ism--the reopening of mass immigration, assimilation has slowed. Heck, TPTB think it's offensive to argue America even has an Anglo-Saxon origin. (Cue Romeny in 2012.) America is actually de-assimilating.

    And to the extent America works "very well", that is because America is living off the old assimilate-to-Anglo-norms America. Half the (90% white) Boomers are still in the workforce. Our "installed base" of capital from factories to freeways were built by it. Our technological edge and military edge was built by it. Our traditions of rule of law, cooperation, civic-mindness all flow from it--and are in decline with diversity.

    You won't be able to tell how "mulitcultural" America works for another generation or two. But i'm pretty sure no one is going to think it works like American in 1960.

    ~~~

    There is a shorter word for actual "multicultralism"--"empire".

    There are some at least semi-stable places--Canada, Singapore--that are "multicultural", but really just involve having a majority ethnic group (English Canadians, Singapore Chinese) who run their joint that contains some undigested ethnic minority.

    But the only long term stable true "multicultralism" that has ever existed is empire--ex. the Roman Empire, the Ottomans. And the way it "works"--has any long term stability--is if the ruling people tells everyone/every group to "mind their own business" and "pay their taxes", and then puts the whoop-ass on anyone who gets out of line.

    That is actual "multiculturalism".

    And to the extent America works “very well”, that is because America is living off the old assimilate-to-Anglo-norms America.

    Indeed. I think this is what Adam Smith meant when he said, “There is a great deal of ruin in a nation”. Great institutions built up over centuries can withstand the devastation caused by multiculturalism – for a few generations at least, before the whole thing skydives into chaos.

    But the only long term stable true “multicultralism” that has ever existed is empire–ex. the Roman Empire, the Ottomans.

    When the big empires – Austo-Hungarian, Soviet, Ottoman – broke up in the last century, the very first things the component nationalities did was move apart and form their own countries. What kept them together under imperial rule was the fact that nationalism was outlawed. And this is what we are going to discover as we turn our own countries over to ethnocentric, mutually hostile alien races. To hold a make-believe multiracial “nation” together, you need repressive laws.

    • Replies: @Rob McX

    ...before the whole thing skydives into chaos.
     
    I meant nosedives. Skydiving suggests an easy landing.
    , @nebulafox
    Lee Kuan Yew, probably one of the most successful politicians of the 20th Century, summed it up with typical Hakka pithiness: in multi-cultural societies, you vote in accordance with your race and religion, not your class interests. And the reason Singapore is no democracy to this day is partially to prevent the Chinese majority from getting their way on everything and trigger trouble. It's meant to protect the non-Han, not the other way around.

    Multi-culturalism can work. But good luck making it work with Anglo-Saxon style democracy, if you don't want a turn of the century Chicago-style ethnic spoils system. That's why the USA's assimilative pull was so crucial to making the American project work. We didn't take in immigrants: we absorbed them or their descendants, over the course of generations. It's a strong and special feature of the US. But it is also man-made, and thus finite in the amount of stress and input it can handle. It is visibly struggling to handle the sheer numbers that our elites continue to demand, and that's before you get to the active anti-assimilation, softcore open borders sentiment of those in power.

    It's hard to see how this ends well in an age of increasing automation and limited opportunity for much of the socioeconomic ladder: and an increasingly top-heavy bunch of oligarchs, and an upper middle class that is opting not to reproduce so they can live as much like the oligarchs as possible.

  124. @PiltdownMan
    The last king, Bhumibol Adulyadej, died after a 70 year reign. He was a dignified gent who liked photography and jazz music. Maha Vajiralongkorn had to wait until the age of 64 before he became king. He was a playboy during that long wait.

    One of the downsides of lese majeste is that no one will tell you that your fashion sense is off.

    https://commentariesonthetimes.files.wordpress.com/2011/04/jazz-king-of-thailand.jpg

    However much cooler than the current clown he may be, he still chose to play the sax, which is the single most embarrassing instrument on earth.

    • Replies: @Sparkon

    he still chose to play the sax, which is the single most embarrassing instrument on earth.
     
    This assertion makes absolutely no sense to me, unless you've got a tin ear.
    So take five, and listen here.


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

    Dave Brubeck, "Take Five"


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CsHtO_i4qzM

    Eddie Harris, "Listen Here"
  125. @anonymous
    You are beneath contempt.

    But you know that already.

    Don't use the word Hasbra again , even anonymously, and don't bother to tell people what you think, because you are a typical fool.

    It’s like an enraged, lisping, asian version of TD. Just what this place needs.

    • Replies: @Daniel Chieh
    It might be TD with a new persona.
    , @Anonymous
    Most likely a troll pretending to be hasbara for Thighland. Pretty funny though.
  126. @AnotherDad

    “Multiculturalism forces differing cultures and values onto differing peoples. It’s truly retarded and will never work.”

    Except it has worked very well actually in the States. Refer to the Eastern/Southern Europeans. They were looked at with disdain by WASPs. Never would Italians and Poles be able to assimilate and learn “Anglo-Saxon” traditions.
     
    Corny, you can’t even keep your definitions straight here. Multiculturalism? Or assimilationism? Two very different things.

    What has actually sort of worked in the US was assimilation of various European peoples to Anglo-American norms. This process, combined with 1924 immigration stop and the shared experience of the Depression and War was producing, mid-century, a reasonable facsimile of an “American people”, that was gradually encompassing most white Americans. America at 1960 was a pretty nice place--through assimilation, not multiculturalism. But we still–three centuries on, hadn’t made much progress with the much larger white-black racial/behavioral gap.

    But with the rise of the Jews, the rise of the minoritarian ideology--“multiculturalism”, “diversity”, "nation of immigrants"ism--the reopening of mass immigration, assimilation has slowed. Heck, TPTB think it's offensive to argue America even has an Anglo-Saxon origin. (Cue Romeny in 2012.) America is actually de-assimilating.

    And to the extent America works "very well", that is because America is living off the old assimilate-to-Anglo-norms America. Half the (90% white) Boomers are still in the workforce. Our "installed base" of capital from factories to freeways were built by it. Our technological edge and military edge was built by it. Our traditions of rule of law, cooperation, civic-mindness all flow from it--and are in decline with diversity.

    You won't be able to tell how "mulitcultural" America works for another generation or two. But i'm pretty sure no one is going to think it works like American in 1960.

    ~~~

    There is a shorter word for actual "multicultralism"--"empire".

    There are some at least semi-stable places--Canada, Singapore--that are "multicultural", but really just involve having a majority ethnic group (English Canadians, Singapore Chinese) who run their joint that contains some undigested ethnic minority.

    But the only long term stable true "multicultralism" that has ever existed is empire--ex. the Roman Empire, the Ottomans. And the way it "works"--has any long term stability--is if the ruling people tells everyone/every group to "mind their own business" and "pay their taxes", and then puts the whoop-ass on anyone who gets out of line.

    That is actual "multiculturalism".

    “Corny, you can’t even keep your definitions straight here. Multiculturalism? Or assimilationism? Two very different things.”

    That would be a strawman on your part.

    “What has actually sort of worked in the US was assimilation of various European peoples to Anglo-American norms.”

    You mean various groups of people. The nation was founded for the people, whose just powers are derived from the consent of the governed. Congress was given the green light by the Founding Fathers as to determine who were those people. At the time, it was Europeans. Later on, it incorporated non-Europeans. The people through Congress had the liberty to include other peoples.

    Although, Alt Right leader Vox Day makes the argument that the Constitution was meant secure the rights of Englishmen and only applied to this particular group of people, since the non-English–meaning white Europeans–lacked the intellectual capacity to properly comprehend its ideals.

    Ben Tillman, a poster on this fine blog, countered that “The “rights of Englishmen”, the rule of law, etc. were all imports from Germany. He should read Otto von Gierke.”

    Interesting, to the say the least.

    “This process, combined with 1924 immigration…”

    Which sought to minimize the meddling influence of Eastern and Southern Europeans. Should they go back?

    “America at 1960 was a pretty nice place–through assimilation, not multiculturalism.”

    Multiculturalism includes different races AND ethnicities. Remember, WASPs built this nation. Then the Irish hordes, along with degenerates (at least to nativists) like the Poles and Italians ran roughshod.

    “And to the extent America works “very well”, that is because America is living off the old assimilate-to-Anglo-norms America.”

    Those “Anglo norms” changed with the inclusion of Irish and German Catholics. As a result, we developed “American norms”.

    “There is a shorter word for actual “multicultralism”–“empire”.”

    No, those are two different concepts.

    • Replies: @syonredux

    Later on, it incorporated non-Europeans.
     
    But we still haven't managed to assimilate them.....

    https://cdn5.img.sputniknews.com/images/105422/46/1054224656.jpg

    https://i.pinimg.com/736x/00/41/38/00413881bf219a35cf0573b9b6c2bd3a--aztec-art-chicano-art.jpg

    Reminds me of the old adage: "If you are in a hole, stop digging"
  127. @anonymous
    You idiot I am a virtuous person, a decorated American soldier, who merely is saying what virtuos people say about other virtous people.

    There’s a single word which appears three times in your mercifully brief post. You spelled it differently each time. Does this mean that you are transitioning again, ladyboy?

  128. @Rob McX

    And to the extent America works “very well”, that is because America is living off the old assimilate-to-Anglo-norms America.
     
    Indeed. I think this is what Adam Smith meant when he said, "There is a great deal of ruin in a nation". Great institutions built up over centuries can withstand the devastation caused by multiculturalism - for a few generations at least, before the whole thing skydives into chaos.

    But the only long term stable true “multicultralism” that has ever existed is empire–ex. the Roman Empire, the Ottomans.
     
    When the big empires - Austo-Hungarian, Soviet, Ottoman - broke up in the last century, the very first things the component nationalities did was move apart and form their own countries. What kept them together under imperial rule was the fact that nationalism was outlawed. And this is what we are going to discover as we turn our own countries over to ethnocentric, mutually hostile alien races. To hold a make-believe multiracial "nation" together, you need repressive laws.

    …before the whole thing skydives into chaos.

    I meant nosedives. Skydiving suggests an easy landing.

  129. @Corvinus
    "Corny, you can’t even keep your definitions straight here. Multiculturalism? Or assimilationism? Two very different things."

    That would be a strawman on your part.

    "What has actually sort of worked in the US was assimilation of various European peoples to Anglo-American norms."

    You mean various groups of people. The nation was founded for the people, whose just powers are derived from the consent of the governed. Congress was given the green light by the Founding Fathers as to determine who were those people. At the time, it was Europeans. Later on, it incorporated non-Europeans. The people through Congress had the liberty to include other peoples.

    Although, Alt Right leader Vox Day makes the argument that the Constitution was meant secure the rights of Englishmen and only applied to this particular group of people, since the non-English–meaning white Europeans–lacked the intellectual capacity to properly comprehend its ideals.

    Ben Tillman, a poster on this fine blog, countered that "The “rights of Englishmen”, the rule of law, etc. were all imports from Germany. He should read Otto von Gierke."

    Interesting, to the say the least.

    "This process, combined with 1924 immigration..."

    Which sought to minimize the meddling influence of Eastern and Southern Europeans. Should they go back?

    "America at 1960 was a pretty nice place–through assimilation, not multiculturalism."

    Multiculturalism includes different races AND ethnicities. Remember, WASPs built this nation. Then the Irish hordes, along with degenerates (at least to nativists) like the Poles and Italians ran roughshod.

    "And to the extent America works “very well”, that is because America is living off the old assimilate-to-Anglo-norms America."

    Those "Anglo norms" changed with the inclusion of Irish and German Catholics. As a result, we developed "American norms".

    "There is a shorter word for actual “multicultralism”–“empire”."

    No, those are two different concepts.

    Later on, it incorporated non-Europeans.

    But we still haven’t managed to assimilate them…..

    Reminds me of the old adage: “If you are in a hole, stop digging”

    • Replies: @Corvinus
    "With other Europeans."

    LOL, not according to WASPS and nativists. Why do you think they were insistent that Southern and Eastern Europeans were of a "different breed", of "inferior stock", all utterly incapable of understanding American principles of law and society?

    So magic dirt it is!

    "But we still haven’t managed to assimilate them…."

    Actually, the United States has assimilated them. They are our people.

  130. @anonymous
    Steve every once in a while you delete a post.

    The King of Thailand is not the president of Chechnya, he is someone who deserves a lot of respect, and I know you are a good guy who did not mean to attract nasty flies ---- maybe you should just delete this comment thread. It is not your fault that so many of your commenters are going to say really stupid things.
    You are better than them.

    Anyway, it is up to you. Trust me, though, this would be a good post to delete.

    The King of Thailand is not the president of Chechnya, he is someone who deserves a lot of respect

    Your beloved king loves his Thailand so much he spends as much time as possible in Germany. From the moment he sets foot back in the Land of Smiles, he’s desperate to get his leathery tattooed asscrack back to his supercars and the schnitzel hof.

    Yeah, I have a lot of respect for the president of Chechnya: for one thing, he spends a lot of time in Chechnya. Different, perhaps also, are his views on whether young Chechen men from the countryside should be chopping their cocks off and cavorting with geriatric Western tourists.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    ... chopping their cocks off and cavorting with geriatric Western tourists.
     
    NOW you tell me! Thanks a lot.
    , @eastkekiisawhiteguy
    R1b's have tiny brains 1325cc the size of med people e.g north africans is this why r1b's people are so curly haired,btw h1b's are better
  131. @sb
    Well I'm in Thailand now . I spend a lot of time here
    Much of the commentary here would make Thais cry.And very angry
    As I said if you believe that there is only one universal standard and that's the American Way then maybe you also accept that there is no need for seperate countries - just one Big America
    I believe in HBD .I also believe in good manners

    It’s bad manners for Thais to criticize American freedom of speech on an American-based website. Americans love their right to make jokes just as much as Thais love/fear their goofy king. That’s why there are different countries and not one big Thailand or one big Saudi Arabia, as much as you or the Muslims are trying to enforce your weird lese majeste laws on everyone. Are you able to wrap your head around that?

  132. Perhaps the word intended is “vitreous”?

  133. @PiltdownMan
    The last king, Bhumibol Adulyadej, died after a 70 year reign. He was a dignified gent who liked photography and jazz music. Maha Vajiralongkorn had to wait until the age of 64 before he became king. He was a playboy during that long wait.

    One of the downsides of lese majeste is that no one will tell you that your fashion sense is off.

    https://commentariesonthetimes.files.wordpress.com/2011/04/jazz-king-of-thailand.jpg

    One of the downsides of lese majeste is that no one will tell you that your fashion sense is off.

    Your fashion sense overwhelms your common sense if you wear a dark suit in summer, or in a warm country like Thailand. Even in the U.S., summer suits are traditionally tan, or some other light shade, and made from linen.

    But maybe you were talking about Benny Goodman, as this picture was probably taken during the King’s visit to New York in July 1960.

    Now this:

    Psst. In this photograph, the Soviet dictator is accompanied by an OGPU detachment searching the square for the daring thief who stole Comrade Stalin’s matching white shoes.

    • Replies: @PiltdownMan

    Your fashion sense overwhelms your common sense if you wear a dark suit in summer, or in a warm country like Thailand. Even in the U.S., summer suits are traditionally tan, or some other light shade, and made from linen.
     
    I inadvertently left it unclear. I meant the old king's son, then crown prince, in Mr. Sailer's picture—nobody would have dared clue him in.

    The custom in my workplace in New York City, until the early 1990s, was to wear tan or seersucker suits on Friday, between Memorial Day and Labor Day. Alas, I don't fit into mine, any more.

  134. @anonymous
    Fuck you I have fought in real life against evil enemies and you are probably just a keyboard warrior. I fought for the right to have an opinion, type on, little man...


    You sissy, you loser, you hairball loser, you desperate sadness in the eyes of any woman, you rat-souled typist, you unloveable nerd, you despicable fraidy-cat sideline critic, you vicious gossip, you despicable hater, you lover of all things fancy and cowardly when bravery is called for, you fucking non-American liar who lives in America and claims to be American - go pound dirt with your fellow idiots.

    I speak as a brave person who sees another brave person being mocked by little fucking ants like you and I speak out on behalf of that person, American or not, king or not, you silly little sycophant, you saw a picture and thought you had a right to laugh like a fucking despicable little animal laughs when it imitates a human.

    Don't you know that you are a loser and that you have no right to tell me I am not a much braver American than you you chickenhawk vicious little version of Whoopi Goldberg at her worst?

    And no I do not have Asian overlords but I don't suck up to bigots like you. You should be so lucky to have someone like me praise you Ain't gonna happen.

    You sissy, you loser, you hairball loser, you desperate sadness in the eyes of any woman, you rat-souled typist, you unloveable nerd, you despicable fraidy-cat sideline critic, you vicious gossip, you despicable hater, you lover of all things fancy and cowardly when bravery is called for, you fucking non-American liar who lives in America and claims to be American – go pound dirt with your fellow idiots.

    That was a pretty good stream of insults. I’d put it on par with Chevy Chase in “Christmas Vacation”. Two thumbs up!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=66nSZzBNkTU&feature=youtu.be

    • Agree: Daniel Chieh
    • Replies: @HammerJack
    It's okay I guess, but not in the same league as "you cheesy lot of second-hand electric donkey bottom biters."
  135. @anonymous
    Steve every once in a while you delete a post.

    The King of Thailand is not the president of Chechnya, he is someone who deserves a lot of respect, and I know you are a good guy who did not mean to attract nasty flies ---- maybe you should just delete this comment thread. It is not your fault that so many of your commenters are going to say really stupid things.
    You are better than them.

    Anyway, it is up to you. Trust me, though, this would be a good post to delete.

    he is someone who deserves a lot of respect

    Why?

  136. Meanwhile, Honk Honkler has arranged for us a photograph

    • Replies: @Ozymandias
    An important historical photograph, capturing the exact moment 'bitchy resting face' became contagious.
    , @Desiderius
    All coastal dipshits.
  137. @anonymous
    Fuck you I have fought in real life against evil enemies and you are probably just a keyboard warrior. I fought for the right to have an opinion, type on, little man...


    You sissy, you loser, you hairball loser, you desperate sadness in the eyes of any woman, you rat-souled typist, you unloveable nerd, you despicable fraidy-cat sideline critic, you vicious gossip, you despicable hater, you lover of all things fancy and cowardly when bravery is called for, you fucking non-American liar who lives in America and claims to be American - go pound dirt with your fellow idiots.

    I speak as a brave person who sees another brave person being mocked by little fucking ants like you and I speak out on behalf of that person, American or not, king or not, you silly little sycophant, you saw a picture and thought you had a right to laugh like a fucking despicable little animal laughs when it imitates a human.

    Don't you know that you are a loser and that you have no right to tell me I am not a much braver American than you you chickenhawk vicious little version of Whoopi Goldberg at her worst?

    And no I do not have Asian overlords but I don't suck up to bigots like you. You should be so lucky to have someone like me praise you Ain't gonna happen.

    Your King appointed a poodle to military office. He has earned the right to be laughed at.

    • Replies: @Ozymandias
    "Your King appointed a poodle to military office. He has earned the right to be laughed at."

    Also, he dresses like a fruity boy.
    , @Tlotsi
    At least, Caligula had the taste to appoint a horse.
  138. @sb
    Well initially I was planning to make some rather less than complimentary observations about the (new ) King of Thailand .
    But
    I must say I'm pretty appalled by some of the comments here
    You do realise that such comments are taken personally by Thai people everywhere as grossly insulting of their country and culture
    Just so you realise .Maybe you don't care .
    I'm not going to defend the new King but I'm not going to slag off a very pleasant country either .

    The Ugly American lives

    Actually, most of the Thais that I know don’t think very highly of the present king. They loved his father but feel that the son is lazy playboy. AAR, nearly any public figure is a legitimate target for mockery. Even royalty and religious figures.

  139. @anonymous
    Steve every once in a while you delete a post.

    The King of Thailand is not the president of Chechnya, he is someone who deserves a lot of respect, and I know you are a good guy who did not mean to attract nasty flies ---- maybe you should just delete this comment thread. It is not your fault that so many of your commenters are going to say really stupid things.
    You are better than them.

    Anyway, it is up to you. Trust me, though, this would be a good post to delete.

    Steve every once in a while you delete a post.

    Save that thought …

    … for the next golf course architecture post. Then you’ll get one of those AGREEs you crave and not one that I fat-fingered.

    ;-}

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    Save that thought …

    … for the next golf course architecture post.
     

    Which could also be on Thailand. How many other courses require a patdown to tee off?


    "It's probably the only course in the world where you could be arrested for being a bad golfer.''


    https://s30886.pcdn.co/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/1.00_00_22_23.Still005-768x964.jpg

    http://imageproxy.ifcdn.com/crop:x-20,resize:320x,crop:x800,quality:90x75/images/080dfcf357a0ae2640d3863fccfb25d3b50198ce4cc1c150fa6aab6b6b0d5f12_1.jpg

  140. @HammerJack
    However much cooler than the current clown he may be, he still chose to play the sax, which is the single most embarrassing instrument on earth.

    he still chose to play the sax, which is the single most embarrassing instrument on earth.

    This assertion makes absolutely no sense to me, unless you’ve got a tin ear.
    So take five, and listen here.

    Dave Brubeck, “Take Five”

    Eddie Harris, “Listen Here”

    • Agree: Desiderius
    • Replies: @HammerJack
    It wasn't pathetic back then. It was cool until the 1980s, or when Bill Clinton got hold of one, whichever came first.
    , @PiltdownMan
    The king played more than just the saxophone. His musicianship was above the level of, say, a Bill Clinton. Here he is, playing his own composition.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=42&v=OjLSuFd3lfo&feature=emb_logo


    http://communityvoices.post-gazette.com/arts-entertainment-living/get-rhythm/item/40493-thailand-s-king-bhumibol-jazzman
  141. @Anonymous
    Right, the U.S. media's relentless mockery of Obama from 2008-2016 is an impressive testament to American freedom.

    Here you go. Peak Stupidity is part of the US media – our credentials have just not arrived in the mail yet.

  142. @sb
    Well I'm in Thailand now . I spend a lot of time here
    Much of the commentary here would make Thais cry.And very angry
    As I said if you believe that there is only one universal standard and that's the American Way then maybe you also accept that there is no need for seperate countries - just one Big America
    I believe in HBD .I also believe in good manners

    I also believe in good manners.

    Good manners??!! This is the internet. Maybe Thai people SHOUlD be able to criticize the next king or queen BEFORE he gets a fucking tattoo across his whole backside. Then we wouldn’t be in this mess, and the Thai people would not be crying and angry.

  143. @Paleo Liberal
    Then is the nation itself above criticism?

    There is a lot of corruption in Thailand, including the royal family and the king.

    Thai people I have known, OTOH, have all been wonderful people. Not one exception. I feel the Thai people deserve better, but that is not my call.

    Anyway, Thais themselves will, when it is safe, criticize the royal family and the king. Although they only do so in private. The person I knew who was the most critical of the Thai royal family was someone who was related to them, but grew up in the US. Part of that is this person hated having to crawl before the (previous) king, which was more because this person was used to the American sensibilities.

    I gather a certain number of Thais feel amongst themselves that the current king doesn’t present a very good image of the country to the world. It’s just that the Thai people are not legally permitted to say so.

    Whereas we Americans are still, by grace of the First Amendment, permitted to speak our minds. I can say the President of the United States often acts like a buffoon; I can say the King of Thailand often acts like a buffoon.

    If I ever travel to Thailand, I will follow the lease and customs of the country and not speak one word against the King or his family.

    Yeah, Thais are really kind people: my girlfriend absolutely loves everything about Thais and Thai culture.

    When I lived in Thailand, I noticed that Thais would distinguish between the Queen Victoria-esque Bhumibol-who was generally regarded with not uncritical, but genuine respect-and the rest of the royal family, including the current king. I would not say that the criticism ever reached Saudi levels (the Sauds are widely disdained throughout the entire Muslim world, although because they hold the hajj centers, this always has practical limits) but you are correct that it is a far cry from the official reality. Corruption is not as bad as some other places in the region, but very much in the open. Interestingly enough, there’s no kodo-ha esque group in Thailand who thinks letting the royals off the chain will solve problems like corporate corruption and create a pure society, a la 1930s Japan. Maybe Thais are too relaxed for that kind of thing? Or maybe they are more realistic about the humanness of their king’s family?

    One other major shift in Thailand is that the military is far more comfortable with the Chinese than us these days, perhaps because the Chinese don’t really care about the coups.

    >If I ever travel to Thailand, I will follow the lease and customs of the country and not speak one word against the King or his family.

    “Their house, their rules” is a good code of conduct to follow whether you are traveling across the street or across the world.

  144. @Anonymous
    It's illegal to criticize the king in Thailand. You can be jailed for this.

    Thailand is of course, therefore, not to be regarded as a serious country.

    Even if the king is actually a basically decent person, any country in which a certain person or group cannot be criticized is not a serious country.

    It’s illegal to criticize the king in Thailand. You can be jailed for this.

    Thailand is of course, therefore, not to be regarded as a serious country.

    It’s illegal to criticize the kings in lots of countries. You can be jailed for this.

    Or get the death penalty*.

    (*social death)

  145. @syonredux

    Woketards inform me that Watchmen TV is mega popular and no one remembers the movie, I mean that was like ten years ago!

    Rotten Tomatoes tells an interesting story. The critics claim to believe the TV series is vastly better than the movie. The deplorable audience begs to differ. They think it’s, worse, much worse.
     
    I'd rather have people remember the comic book....

    Same. But RT only offers a comparison between the film and TV series. I have to work with what I’ve got.

  146. @Rob McX

    And to the extent America works “very well”, that is because America is living off the old assimilate-to-Anglo-norms America.
     
    Indeed. I think this is what Adam Smith meant when he said, "There is a great deal of ruin in a nation". Great institutions built up over centuries can withstand the devastation caused by multiculturalism - for a few generations at least, before the whole thing skydives into chaos.

    But the only long term stable true “multicultralism” that has ever existed is empire–ex. the Roman Empire, the Ottomans.
     
    When the big empires - Austo-Hungarian, Soviet, Ottoman - broke up in the last century, the very first things the component nationalities did was move apart and form their own countries. What kept them together under imperial rule was the fact that nationalism was outlawed. And this is what we are going to discover as we turn our own countries over to ethnocentric, mutually hostile alien races. To hold a make-believe multiracial "nation" together, you need repressive laws.

    Lee Kuan Yew, probably one of the most successful politicians of the 20th Century, summed it up with typical Hakka pithiness: in multi-cultural societies, you vote in accordance with your race and religion, not your class interests. And the reason Singapore is no democracy to this day is partially to prevent the Chinese majority from getting their way on everything and trigger trouble. It’s meant to protect the non-Han, not the other way around.

    Multi-culturalism can work. But good luck making it work with Anglo-Saxon style democracy, if you don’t want a turn of the century Chicago-style ethnic spoils system. That’s why the USA’s assimilative pull was so crucial to making the American project work. We didn’t take in immigrants: we absorbed them or their descendants, over the course of generations. It’s a strong and special feature of the US. But it is also man-made, and thus finite in the amount of stress and input it can handle. It is visibly struggling to handle the sheer numbers that our elites continue to demand, and that’s before you get to the active anti-assimilation, softcore open borders sentiment of those in power.

    It’s hard to see how this ends well in an age of increasing automation and limited opportunity for much of the socioeconomic ladder: and an increasingly top-heavy bunch of oligarchs, and an upper middle class that is opting not to reproduce so they can live as much like the oligarchs as possible.

    • Agree: Achmed E. Newman
  147. I am reading a book called The Revolt of the Public and the Crisis of Authority in the New Millennium, by Robert Gurri. Hard book to read but his contention is that we are going through a 5th wave where information is now much less hierarchical. The result is that authority figures are being diminished and in cases like the King of Siam, mocked and ridiculed. There is a nullification of things such as experts, professors (myself excluded), government figures, corporate Presidents, etc. The problem is that there is nothing replacing them. The public is still as powerless as ever and in fact even more so because they have nothing to offer except their scorn and resentment. We are all equal now unless we are not.

  148. @Achmed E. Newman
    Well, I mean, they did go naming the capital Bangcock. Nobody does that sort of thing by accident. What's the chances?

    (Some of us can take a joke, is what I'm saying.)

    BTW, if that tatted up dude is really the King of Thailand, then he deserves no respect whatsoever. How stupid do you have to be? That stuff doesn't come off easy.

    In ‘Nam, an 11B might go on his R&R to Bangclap, as it was called then. Even a name like Bangcock is subject to euphemism, y’know.

  149. @Cato

    England remains a dynamic, vibrant place.
     
    True enough, London is wonderful, probably the third-best city in the world. But it is in decline -- increasingly full of third worlders -- definitely shuffling off its mortal coil.

    I thought that “dynamic,vibrant” was wokespeech for “full of wogs”.

  150. @anonymous
    wwebd said - actually, the King of Thailand is a very decent person and someone who, like almost all of us, deserves not to be mocked by the lower ranks of hoi polloi.

    Also, and everybody knows this, there are maybe two or three actors in Hollywood who have their own sense of style, and those actors do not put up with bullshit from the servile entertainment industry. The King of Thailand deserves at least the same respect as anyone in Hollywood, or more - after all, he does a real job, they are just court entertainers, even the best of them.

    And if he - the King of Thailand - wants, every once in a while, to relax, well so does everyone else, and he, and every other decent God-fearing man, should be able to effectively tell the little spiteful people who run most of the entertainment and information industry to fuck off and stay the fuck away with their nasty little effeminate gossip and their wimpy little cowardly cameras when he is relaxing, because he is a man who deserves respect and they are what they are .... .

    So yeah, British GQ fucked up at first and then did the right thing, 8 was better than 10. Better if they had not been impish little losers at first, but glad to see that they manned up, and decided not to be the foolish little monkey imps they wanted to be at first.

    “They say! What say they? Let them say.” doesn’t resonate with you, does it?

  151. @anonymous
    hey anonymous 425 ---- it is not the fault of Thailand that you are a despicable son of a bitch, if that is what you are.

    Or maybe you are drunk, and angry?

    Well, God forgives the stupid and the drunken.

    Just don't ever say anything as nasty as that again about Thailand, or any other country where better men than you live.

    Or if you do, why don't you first go into a biker bar and be as rude as you can, at least if you do that you will show courage, instead of the sloppy foul-mouthed mess you indulged yourself in at 1:31 AM GMT, you little creep.

    Yellow fragility is real

  152. @BenKenobi
    Did this particular blog post just get brigaded by the Thai Internet Defence Force?

    That seems strange to me. It's gotta be one dude sock-puppeting a "Leave Britney Alone" routine. At least I hope.

    Thai Internet Defence Force

    was hilarious. Still chuckling, my admin is peering into my office presumably wondering why I’m laughing.

  153. @El Dato
    Barely veiled mobster mumbling now? That escalated quickly.

    The question is, are you Thai Control or GQ management fearing the unavailability of travel visas.

    And what do you have against the president of Chechnya? Ramzan is a swell guy.

    Ramzan vs Thai King in fist fight, I want to see.

  154. @El Dato
    OT: The US apparently is now responsible for the Indian constitution and aghast that India does not primarily care about Muslims:

    https://www.rt.com/news/475484-india-us-citizenship-bill/

    The Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, or CAB, was approved on Monday by the Lok Sabha, the lower house of the Indian parliament. The legislation simplifies the process of acquiring citizenship for Hindus, Christians, Sikhs, Buddhists, Jains and Parsis who have arrived from Pakistan, Afghanistan or Bangladesh.
     
    While "the West" is okay with dropping weapon containers so that remainders of Christianity can be wiped off the map of Syria.

    Attacking the bill, the USCIRF called it discriminatory because it “excludes” India’s Muslim community. The commission further stressed that the US government should consider sanctioning Indian top-ranking officials if the bill becomes law.
     
    Truly bizarre.

    The name by which Indians refer to their country – Hindustan – literally means ‘land of the Hindus’.

    It looks as if, seventy years later, the Hindus are agreeing with the founder of Pakistan, Jinnah.

    “(Islam and Hinduism) …are not religions in the strict sense of the word, but are, in fact, different and distinct social orders; and it is a dream that the Hindus and Muslims can ever evolve a common nationality… the Hindus and Muslims belong to two different religious philosophies, social customs, and literature[s]. They neither intermarry nor dine together, and indeed they belong to two different civilisations which are based mainly on conflicting ideas and conceptions. Their perspectives on life, and of life, are different. It is quite clear that Hindus and Mussalmans derive their inspiration from different sources of history. They have different epics, their heroes are different…”

  155. Planned Obeisance. The notion of the free and proud independent man who bows to no one is a deplorable relict of the racist past.

  156. @HammerJack
    It's like an enraged, lisping, asian version of TD. Just what this place needs.

    It might be TD with a new persona.

    • Replies: @nebulafox
    Nah, not enough grammar errors.
  157. Thailand’s old king was an illustration of how Asians could have the attitude they have toward deference to power without being crazy or stupid. He was a modest and serious man who trusted the royal wealth to experts and pursued national development. And then there’s this asshole, who has to remind everyone why monarchy is a bad system after all.

  158. @BenKenobi
    Did this particular blog post just get brigaded by the Thai Internet Defence Force?

    That seems strange to me. It's gotta be one dude sock-puppeting a "Leave Britney Alone" routine. At least I hope.

    It’s a few trolls (maybe just one) and a large group of readers absolutely, utterly unable to understand what a troll is and how to deal with them. (Hint: Ignore them.)

  159. @More R1b, Less H1B

    The King of Thailand is not the president of Chechnya, he is someone who deserves a lot of respect
     
    Your beloved king loves his Thailand so much he spends as much time as possible in Germany. From the moment he sets foot back in the Land of Smiles, he's desperate to get his leathery tattooed asscrack back to his supercars and the schnitzel hof.

    Yeah, I have a lot of respect for the president of Chechnya: for one thing, he spends a lot of time in Chechnya. Different, perhaps also, are his views on whether young Chechen men from the countryside should be chopping their cocks off and cavorting with geriatric Western tourists.

    … chopping their cocks off and cavorting with geriatric Western tourists.

    NOW you tell me! Thanks a lot.

  160. @anonymous
    Fuck you I have fought in real life against evil enemies and you are probably just a keyboard warrior. I fought for the right to have an opinion, type on, little man...


    You sissy, you loser, you hairball loser, you desperate sadness in the eyes of any woman, you rat-souled typist, you unloveable nerd, you despicable fraidy-cat sideline critic, you vicious gossip, you despicable hater, you lover of all things fancy and cowardly when bravery is called for, you fucking non-American liar who lives in America and claims to be American - go pound dirt with your fellow idiots.

    I speak as a brave person who sees another brave person being mocked by little fucking ants like you and I speak out on behalf of that person, American or not, king or not, you silly little sycophant, you saw a picture and thought you had a right to laugh like a fucking despicable little animal laughs when it imitates a human.

    Don't you know that you are a loser and that you have no right to tell me I am not a much braver American than you you chickenhawk vicious little version of Whoopi Goldberg at her worst?

    And no I do not have Asian overlords but I don't suck up to bigots like you. You should be so lucky to have someone like me praise you Ain't gonna happen.

    That’s a fine impression of gamma rage, Tiny Duck. My hat’s off to your comedic timing.

  161. @Daniel Chieh
    It might be TD with a new persona.

    Nah, not enough grammar errors.

  162. In New Jersey, home of some of the strictest gun laws in the country, an event appears to be happening.

  163. @PiltdownMan
    The last king, Bhumibol Adulyadej, died after a 70 year reign. He was a dignified gent who liked photography and jazz music. Maha Vajiralongkorn had to wait until the age of 64 before he became king. He was a playboy during that long wait.

    One of the downsides of lese majeste is that no one will tell you that your fashion sense is off.

    https://commentariesonthetimes.files.wordpress.com/2011/04/jazz-king-of-thailand.jpg

    Fun fact: the king with the sax was born at Mt. Auburn Hospital in Cambridge, MA.

    • Replies: @anon
    Does that make him an Ankor baby?
    , @PiltdownMan
    I was even more surprised to learn that his father, was at Harvard Medical School, getting his degree. Clearly, there's been a falloff in seriousness, in the latest generation.
  164. @slumber_j
    Fun fact: the king with the sax was born at Mt. Auburn Hospital in Cambridge, MA.

    Does that make him an Ankor baby?

  165. @anonymous
    hey anonymous 425 ---- it is not the fault of Thailand that you are a despicable son of a bitch, if that is what you are.

    Or maybe you are drunk, and angry?

    Well, God forgives the stupid and the drunken.

    Just don't ever say anything as nasty as that again about Thailand, or any other country where better men than you live.

    Or if you do, why don't you first go into a biker bar and be as rude as you can, at least if you do that you will show courage, instead of the sloppy foul-mouthed mess you indulged yourself in at 1:31 AM GMT, you little creep.

    My bidet is painted like the king and I agree, it does a great job and should not be mocked!

  166. @syonredux

    Except it has worked very well actually in the States.
     
    With other Europeans. Anglo-America's track record with assimilating non-Europeans (Blacks, Mestizos, Muslims) is much less impressive.....

    He knows that already, he’s just doing a bit of upmarket trolling before reverting to form.

  167. @anonymous
    Fuck you I have fought in real life against evil enemies and you are probably just a keyboard warrior. I fought for the right to have an opinion, type on, little man...


    You sissy, you loser, you hairball loser, you desperate sadness in the eyes of any woman, you rat-souled typist, you unloveable nerd, you despicable fraidy-cat sideline critic, you vicious gossip, you despicable hater, you lover of all things fancy and cowardly when bravery is called for, you fucking non-American liar who lives in America and claims to be American - go pound dirt with your fellow idiots.

    I speak as a brave person who sees another brave person being mocked by little fucking ants like you and I speak out on behalf of that person, American or not, king or not, you silly little sycophant, you saw a picture and thought you had a right to laugh like a fucking despicable little animal laughs when it imitates a human.

    Don't you know that you are a loser and that you have no right to tell me I am not a much braver American than you you chickenhawk vicious little version of Whoopi Goldberg at her worst?

    And no I do not have Asian overlords but I don't suck up to bigots like you. You should be so lucky to have someone like me praise you Ain't gonna happen.

    Are you the Thai king?

  168. @William Badwhite

    You sissy, you loser, you hairball loser, you desperate sadness in the eyes of any woman, you rat-souled typist, you unloveable nerd, you despicable fraidy-cat sideline critic, you vicious gossip, you despicable hater, you lover of all things fancy and cowardly when bravery is called for, you fucking non-American liar who lives in America and claims to be American – go pound dirt with your fellow idiots.
     
    That was a pretty good stream of insults. I'd put it on par with Chevy Chase in "Christmas Vacation". Two thumbs up!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=66nSZzBNkTU&feature=youtu.be

    It’s okay I guess, but not in the same league as “you cheesy lot of second-hand electric donkey bottom biters.”

  169. @Sparkon

    he still chose to play the sax, which is the single most embarrassing instrument on earth.
     
    This assertion makes absolutely no sense to me, unless you've got a tin ear.
    So take five, and listen here.


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

    Dave Brubeck, "Take Five"


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CsHtO_i4qzM

    Eddie Harris, "Listen Here"

    It wasn’t pathetic back then. It was cool until the 1980s, or when Bill Clinton got hold of one, whichever came first.

  170. @BenKenobi
    Did this particular blog post just get brigaded by the Thai Internet Defence Force?

    That seems strange to me. It's gotta be one dude sock-puppeting a "Leave Britney Alone" routine. At least I hope.

    In the Land of Smiles, everyone loves King Rama!

    • Replies: @QEQ
    Ein Neger mit Gazelle zagt im Regen nie
  171. @anonymous
    You are beneath contempt.

    But you know that already.

    Don't use the word Hasbra again , even anonymously, and don't bother to tell people what you think, because you are a typical fool.

    Steve, the king of thailand reads your blog!

    Hey King, I have a proposal for you. Make Steve the same deal you have with GQ and send him oodles of money. That way he can write more or less independently and only refrain from mocking you and your pecadillos. Heck I’m sure he’d even delete this post. Also, stop being so thin skinned, bro. Being unmockable has done you no good.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    Or I could become the King of Thailand's fashion adviser: "How about a navy blue sports coat and khaki slacks?"

    Granted, I don't know much about fashion, but I could do better than his current fashion maven.

  172. @Coag
    Your King appointed a poodle to military office. He has earned the right to be laughed at.

    “Your King appointed a poodle to military office. He has earned the right to be laughed at.”

    Also, he dresses like a fruity boy.

  173. @El Dato
    Meanwhile, Honk Honkler has arranged for us a photograph

    https://cdni.rt.com/files/2019.12/l/5defac6285f5404ef139e3fc.JPG

    An important historical photograph, capturing the exact moment ‘bitchy resting face’ became contagious.

  174. @Sparkon

    One of the downsides of lese majeste is that no one will tell you that your fashion sense is off.
     
    Your fashion sense overwhelms your common sense if you wear a dark suit in summer, or in a warm country like Thailand. Even in the U.S., summer suits are traditionally tan, or some other light shade, and made from linen.

    But maybe you were talking about Benny Goodman, as this picture was probably taken during the King's visit to New York in July 1960.

    Now this:

    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/d/dc/%D0%A1%D1%82%D0%B0%D0%BB%D0%B8%D0%BD_%D0%B2_%D1%81%D0%BE%D0%BF%D1%80%D0%BE%D0%B2%D0%BE%D0%B6%D0%B4%D0%B5%D0%BD%D0%B8%D0%B8_%D1%81%D0%BE%D1%82%D1%80%D1%83%D0%B4%D0%BD%D0%B8%D0%BA%D0%B0_%D0%9E%D0%93%D0%9F%D0%A3.jpg/1280px-%D0%A1%D1%82%D0%B0%D0%BB%D0%B8%D0%BD_%D0%B2_%D1%81%D0%BE%D0%BF%D1%80%D0%BE%D0%B2%D0%BE%D0%B6%D0%B4%D0%B5%D0%BD%D0%B8%D0%B8_%D1%81%D0%BE%D1%82%D1%80%D1%83%D0%B4%D0%BD%D0%B8%D0%BA%D0%B0_%D0%9E%D0%93%D0%9F%D0%A3.jpg

    Psst. In this photograph, the Soviet dictator is accompanied by an OGPU detachment searching the square for the daring thief who stole Comrade Stalin's matching white shoes.

    Your fashion sense overwhelms your common sense if you wear a dark suit in summer, or in a warm country like Thailand. Even in the U.S., summer suits are traditionally tan, or some other light shade, and made from linen.

    I inadvertently left it unclear. I meant the old king’s son, then crown prince, in Mr. Sailer’s picture—nobody would have dared clue him in.

    The custom in my workplace in New York City, until the early 1990s, was to wear tan or seersucker suits on Friday, between Memorial Day and Labor Day. Alas, I don’t fit into mine, any more.

    • Replies: @Hodag
    👋What👋about👋 seersucker 👋
  175. @Sparkon

    he still chose to play the sax, which is the single most embarrassing instrument on earth.
     
    This assertion makes absolutely no sense to me, unless you've got a tin ear.
    So take five, and listen here.


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

    Dave Brubeck, "Take Five"


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CsHtO_i4qzM

    Eddie Harris, "Listen Here"

    The king played more than just the saxophone. His musicianship was above the level of, say, a Bill Clinton. Here he is, playing his own composition.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=42&v=OjLSuFd3lfo&feature=emb_logo

    http://communityvoices.post-gazette.com/arts-entertainment-living/get-rhythm/item/40493-thailand-s-king-bhumibol-jazzman

  176. @slumber_j
    Fun fact: the king with the sax was born at Mt. Auburn Hospital in Cambridge, MA.

    I was even more surprised to learn that his father, was at Harvard Medical School, getting his degree. Clearly, there’s been a falloff in seriousness, in the latest generation.

  177. @Coag
    Your King appointed a poodle to military office. He has earned the right to be laughed at.

    At least, Caligula had the taste to appoint a horse.

  178. Jews will be legally recognized as a nationality and not just a religion. This is to enable censorship of the Boycott/Divest/Sanctions thing. Also, Jews will wear stars on their clothing to show their pride.
    While everyone was hunting phantom Nazis, black drug dealers shot three Hasidic Jews, in what appears to have been a major police sting operation gone wrong in New Jersey.

  179. @HammerJack
    It's like an enraged, lisping, asian version of TD. Just what this place needs.

    Most likely a troll pretending to be hasbara for Thighland. Pretty funny though.

  180. Anonymous[226] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous
    It's illegal to criticize the king in Thailand. You can be jailed for this.

    Thailand is of course, therefore, not to be regarded as a serious country.

    Even if the king is actually a basically decent person, any country in which a certain person or group cannot be criticized is not a serious country.

    Yes, Bourbon France, Tsarist Russia, Hohenzollern Prussia, etc. weren’t serious countries. By contrast, social democracies are serious countries because you can and are even encouraged to denigrate authority and spread pornography.

    Monarchy is a form of patriarchy, and patriarchy is sexist and authoritarian and thus bad. You can tell how serious a country is by how many commercials they have denigrating male authority figures like fathers. We have a lot of those commercials, so you know we’re pretty based and serious.

  181. @anonymous
    Steve every once in a while you delete a post.

    The King of Thailand is not the president of Chechnya, he is someone who deserves a lot of respect, and I know you are a good guy who did not mean to attract nasty flies ---- maybe you should just delete this comment thread. It is not your fault that so many of your commenters are going to say really stupid things.
    You are better than them.

    Anyway, it is up to you. Trust me, though, this would be a good post to delete.

    Folks, don’t chase off the lolcow. Engage and keep them around. A nice, slow milking works best.

  182. @Lot
    In the Land of Smiles, everyone loves King Rama!

    Ein Neger mit Gazelle zagt im Regen nie

  183. @PiltdownMan

    Your fashion sense overwhelms your common sense if you wear a dark suit in summer, or in a warm country like Thailand. Even in the U.S., summer suits are traditionally tan, or some other light shade, and made from linen.
     
    I inadvertently left it unclear. I meant the old king's son, then crown prince, in Mr. Sailer's picture—nobody would have dared clue him in.

    The custom in my workplace in New York City, until the early 1990s, was to wear tan or seersucker suits on Friday, between Memorial Day and Labor Day. Alas, I don't fit into mine, any more.

    👋What👋about👋 seersucker 👋

  184. @Achmed E. Newman
    Well, I mean, they did go naming the capital Bangcock. Nobody does that sort of thing by accident. What's the chances?

    (Some of us can take a joke, is what I'm saying.)

    BTW, if that tatted up dude is really the King of Thailand, then he deserves no respect whatsoever. How stupid do you have to be? That stuff doesn't come off easy.

    Actually, Bangkok means “village by the river” and was an old nickname now only used by foreigners.

    It’s full name is:
    Krung Thep Mahanakhon Amon Rattanakosin Mahinthara Ayuthaya Mahadilok Phop Noppharat Ratchathani Burirom Udomratchaniwet Mahasathan Amon Piman Awatan Sathit Sakkathattiya Witsanukam Prasit

    Shortened to Krung Thep, or the City of Angels.

    Headed there again next month. Can’t wait!

  185. Anon[317] • Disclaimer says:

    Conde Nast is owned by the Newhouse family, a prominent billionaire Jewish family which donates to Jewish causes like the ADL.

    Nazi imagery is considered acceptable in Thailand. Western media, leaders, and organizations such as the ADL will criticize and try to shame and pressure foreign countries that tolerate Nazi imagery. It’s harder for Western media to pressure other countries to abide by its views such as on the Nazis while at the same flouting the other countries’ views on things, as it comes across as hypocrisy.

  186. well i do know how to cause a ruckus in spergerville and gamma-town

    Long live Chechnya, friend of Russia!

    Alf was a thing at the AF Academy in the 80s —- I remember

  187. Stories like this remind us that it is easier to keep people out than to try to control them once they’re in.
    https://www.fox35orlando.com/news/navy-flight-training-suspended-for-saudi-students
    (This link says 300, Bongino says it has since risen to 850.)

  188. @anonymous
    How about you show up, as I did, at the recruiting office and volunteer to fight for your country, as I did?

    Not gonna happen.

    How about you show up, as I did, at the recruiting office and volunteer to fight for your country, as I did?

    So you’re an Israeli dual citizen then are you? Nobody has fought for my country in well over a century (Pacific theater WWII an arguable exception).

  189. Obscenely hilarious illustration of Sailer’s female journalism law: loudmouth activist writes story about how her driver’s license picture doesn’t look like her, and that’s racist.
    Oh no, you see we’re going to give her back her old nose!
    https://www.rt.com/news/475373-jewish-journalist-claims-nose-doctored/

  190. @Achmed E. Newman

    Steve every once in a while you delete a post.
     
    Save that thought ...

    ... for the next golf course architecture post. Then you'll get one of those AGREEs you crave and not one that I fat-fingered.

    ;-}

    Save that thought …

    … for the next golf course architecture post.

    Which could also be on Thailand. How many other courses require a patdown to tee off?

    “It’s probably the only course in the world where you could be arrested for being a bad golfer.”

  191. @sb
    Well I'm in Thailand now . I spend a lot of time here
    Much of the commentary here would make Thais cry.And very angry
    As I said if you believe that there is only one universal standard and that's the American Way then maybe you also accept that there is no need for seperate countries - just one Big America
    I believe in HBD .I also believe in good manners

    Good manners?

    Royalty are leeches off the common people. Corrupt monarchs even more so.

    In absolute monarchies, the people are slaves. Criticizing slave masters is good enough manners.

    In constitutional monarchies, the job of the monarch is to put on a good face for the country. The Thai king has failed miserably. He comes off as a cross between King Edward VII, Prince Andrew, and a circus clown, with a good part of a banana republic dictator thrown in.

    Sorry, but it is the corruption and ill manners of the Thai king that are the problem. If the King of Thailand is going to present himself and his country as an object of mockery, don’t blame the rest of the world for pointing out that your emperor has bad clothes.

  192. @Father O'Hara
    OT,but it was only minutes ago that I discovered that I had one of the lines in one if my favorite songs,"Brown Sugar", wrong for most of my life. It was "hear him whip the women just around midnight." I,in my schoolboy innocence,thought it was "hear him WITH the women..."
    I wondered,even back then,how they got away with that song.
    The idea of the master whipping and raping slave girls is dear to the hearts of the Woke,but its supposed to be,you know,bad. Not a cool rock song.
    BTW listen to the little known Stones gem "Time Waits For No One." Good Mick Taylor.

    “BTW listen to the little known Stones gem “Time Waits For No One.” Good Mick Taylor.”

    Agree. One of their best.

  193. @Citizen of a Silly Country
    It's not that we're punching up; it's that they punch back.

    Non-elite American whites could learn from them. Those that hate us and want our people turned into helots won't quit until we punch (metaphorically, of course) back.

    Whites need our own attack dogs. For that, we need communities. Organize. Start meeting people face to face. Join groups. Find people like us and form your own groups. It's our only hope.

    Where can I start and meet some like minded people locally?

    • Replies: @HammerJack
    It's a good question. If you even tried to organise, you'd be deplatformed and any group you formed would be infiltrated by the ADL, SPLC, FBI etc.
  194. @El Dato
    Meanwhile, Honk Honkler has arranged for us a photograph

    https://cdni.rt.com/files/2019.12/l/5defac6285f5404ef139e3fc.JPG

    All coastal dipshits.

  195. @fitzhamilton
    What sort of cowardly sycophantic bullshit is this? What is with all the sniveling apologists for warped Asian potentates here? Next you'll be commanding us to worship the likes of Erdogan and MbS, commanding us to pucker up and nuzzle deep into their greasy hindquarters, I bet. How about the successors of Idi Amin and Mugabe? Want us to fellate and allow ourselves to sodomized by them, too?

    No. Sorry. You can tell your Asian overlords to f**k off. We're Americans. We're free men and republicans. We'll mock and criticize who ever the hell we like.

    Respect is due those who themselves behave with dignity, honor and respect. If the King of Thailand decides to tatt himself up like a Pattayan crack whore, then appear in public in a wife beater that looks like a support bra for a pregnant woman, he richly deserves - and must expect - to be mocked. The fact that his own countrymen cannot legally criticize and make fun of this asshole is more than sufficient cause for a Thai revolution.

    That the likes of Jee Jing Ping, the Hoez -r-us of Sod and Erdoughan are so sensitive to criticism is evidence of their profound weakness and fragility. That She Zing Bing doesn't understand being compared to Winnie the Poo is a profound compliment, just shows you how stupid and psychologically weak the Chinese police state is.

    There's no clearer evidence of the decadence of our own culture than this sudden servile impulse to coddle the fragile sensibilities of silly Asian tyrants.

    Next sissified dipshit who suggests we suck up to some foreign twat just because they have money needs to be rolled in tar, feathered and driven into Canada. They like silly dinks in blackface up there, another retarded lilly livered chicken'll fit right in.

    Yeah, it’s a 3rd worlder trait. Non whites, almost universally, cannot handle any kind of criticism or even light hearted jab.

    Use this to your advantage.

  196. @PiltdownMan
    The first time I visited Thailand on business, the executive assistant to the Thai CEO my colleagues and I were meeting crawled into the room, shuffling forward on her knees, to serve us tea and biscuits.

    Their customs are different.

    https://i.imgur.com/tAtncGH.jpg

    Oh, the beauty of heteropatriarchy!

  197. @Clyde
    Imagine the fab fab fabulous gay panel at GQ that rendered these anti-hetero banishments from the gay vision-version of decent society. Pretty snippy of them, they only like snappy dressers?

    Are guys wearing track suits to W-Mart the male counterparts of W-Mart whales in yoga pants? Not to mention all the fab Palestinian terrorists who favor the vibrant colors track suits, along with the boy toy luving Taliban. As in "not gonna do it without my Turban on". Don't discuss among yourselves, but take this up with the still unChopped Caitlin Jenner.

    Looking at their models, GQ seems to be run for and by 22 year old black gay men.

  198. In absolute monarchies, the people are slaves.

    Erik von Kuehnelt-Leddihn used to say that, unlike modern democracies, the “absolute” monarchs of yore would not dragoon you into their armies against your will, or make you fill out a written confession of your income and other business to the state. Hans-Hermann Hoppe, whom he greatly influenced, carries on the same arguments.

    “K-L” on monarchy and war:

    https://mises.org/library/monarchy-and-war-0

    Democracies are in no position to throw stones at thrones. Not after the twentieth century.

    • Replies: @Prof. Woland

    Democracies are in no position to throw stones at thrones. Not after the twentieth century.
     
    The reason the US and Great Britain could fully mobilize their economies in ww2 was that they were democracies. Nazi Germany and the USSR spent an inordinate amount of their resources killing internal enemies, elevating 'special' forces, needed redundant military, intelligence, and police forces, and squandered mass numbers of their civilians as cannon fodder because their governments had no legitimacy.

    When a US dog face was given an order, it was not just some killer-fuhrer-Boss that ultimately ordered it, it was the entire country willing it. This meant that they did not need NKVD blocking units shooting deserters or Einsatz units following up the rear of army or hunting internal enemies. They did not need to have 'special' Wunderwaffens or Guards Units to keep up appearances or watch over subversives. Democracies did not have to save resources for special people / populations or keep their people hoodwinked to hide bad news or have them think that their side was winning.

    We won, they lost.
  199. OT, but not in the larger sense:

    Teixeira had previously been repeatedly convicted of bank robberies, but avoided deportation through plea deals with Massachusetts prosecutors.

    So he tortured and murdered two physicians for our trouble.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7778115/Man-33-guilty-brutal-murder-two-Boston-doctors-stabbed-penthouse.html

  200. Thailand is also a great source of racial faux pas. Always a good time.

    http://www.khaosodenglish.com/featured/2019/01/26/thai-idol-group-bnk48-member-wears-nazi-flag-on-stage/

    A member of one of Thailand’s biggest pop sensations wore a Nazi German war flag replete with swastikas at a Friday performance, according to images of the event.

    BNK48 has yet to respond and their publicist could not immediately be reached for comment on images showing Pichayapa “Namsai” Natha, 19, of the so-called girl idol group wearing the Nazi-themed jersey in images posted Friday from a concert rehearsal.

  201. @Reg Cæsar

    In absolute monarchies, the people are slaves.
     
    Erik von Kuehnelt-Leddihn used to say that, unlike modern democracies, the "absolute" monarchs of yore would not dragoon you into their armies against your will, or make you fill out a written confession of your income and other business to the state. Hans-Hermann Hoppe, whom he greatly influenced, carries on the same arguments.

    "K-L" on monarchy and war:

    https://mises.org/library/monarchy-and-war-0

    Democracies are in no position to throw stones at thrones. Not after the twentieth century.

    Democracies are in no position to throw stones at thrones. Not after the twentieth century.

    The reason the US and Great Britain could fully mobilize their economies in ww2 was that they were democracies. Nazi Germany and the USSR spent an inordinate amount of their resources killing internal enemies, elevating ‘special’ forces, needed redundant military, intelligence, and police forces, and squandered mass numbers of their civilians as cannon fodder because their governments had no legitimacy.

    When a US dog face was given an order, it was not just some killer-fuhrer-Boss that ultimately ordered it, it was the entire country willing it. This meant that they did not need NKVD blocking units shooting deserters or Einsatz units following up the rear of army or hunting internal enemies. They did not need to have ‘special’ Wunderwaffens or Guards Units to keep up appearances or watch over subversives. Democracies did not have to save resources for special people / populations or keep their people hoodwinked to hide bad news or have them think that their side was winning.

    We won, they lost.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    The Japanese in WWII tended to alienate people they conquered. For example, they really annoyed Pacific Islanders, so much so that lots of Pacific Islanders cooperated as Coast Watchers for the Aussies and Americans. In the air battles over Guadalcanal, the Allies typically got a one hour advanced warning that the Japanese planes were coming from Islanders and the Aussie beachcombers on remote islands who manned the radios to call in what the natives had spotted. This allowed the American fighters to take an hour to climb to very high altitude so they could dive on the Japanese planes when they finally arrived.

    The Japanese had few strategic reasons for making Islanders mad at them. But that's just what they did in the 1940s.

    , @Reg Cæsar

    The reason the US and Great Britain could fully mobilize their economies in ww2 was that they were democracies. Nazi Germany and the USSR
     
    We're comparing democracies to monarchies, not mad, slavish populations who let their nations be turned into pseudorepublics led by repressed homos and wannabe Cossacks.

    The only monarchy you mentioned was Great Britain.

    And you say "to fully mobilize" like it was a good thing. Indeed, the split infinitive makes the phrase a verb in itself.

  202. @Prof. Woland

    Democracies are in no position to throw stones at thrones. Not after the twentieth century.
     
    The reason the US and Great Britain could fully mobilize their economies in ww2 was that they were democracies. Nazi Germany and the USSR spent an inordinate amount of their resources killing internal enemies, elevating 'special' forces, needed redundant military, intelligence, and police forces, and squandered mass numbers of their civilians as cannon fodder because their governments had no legitimacy.

    When a US dog face was given an order, it was not just some killer-fuhrer-Boss that ultimately ordered it, it was the entire country willing it. This meant that they did not need NKVD blocking units shooting deserters or Einsatz units following up the rear of army or hunting internal enemies. They did not need to have 'special' Wunderwaffens or Guards Units to keep up appearances or watch over subversives. Democracies did not have to save resources for special people / populations or keep their people hoodwinked to hide bad news or have them think that their side was winning.

    We won, they lost.

    The Japanese in WWII tended to alienate people they conquered. For example, they really annoyed Pacific Islanders, so much so that lots of Pacific Islanders cooperated as Coast Watchers for the Aussies and Americans. In the air battles over Guadalcanal, the Allies typically got a one hour advanced warning that the Japanese planes were coming from Islanders and the Aussie beachcombers on remote islands who manned the radios to call in what the natives had spotted. This allowed the American fighters to take an hour to climb to very high altitude so they could dive on the Japanese planes when they finally arrived.

    The Japanese had few strategic reasons for making Islanders mad at them. But that’s just what they did in the 1940s.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    The Japanese in WWII tended to alienate people they conquered.
     
    And their grandchildren. Thus you see nisei-pinay Michelle Malkin defend a fascist régime's imprisoning its mostly innocent citizen/subjects.

    Maybe it's a Northeasterner's prejudice, but real Americans hate FDR.
  203. @sb
    Well I'm in Thailand now . I spend a lot of time here
    Much of the commentary here would make Thais cry.And very angry
    As I said if you believe that there is only one universal standard and that's the American Way then maybe you also accept that there is no need for seperate countries - just one Big America
    I believe in HBD .I also believe in good manners

    The internet exists for rudeness(and pornography).

  204. Anonymous[337] • Disclaimer says:

    It will be sad if Thais start covering themselves with tattoos because of their king, especially women

    Women have difficulty understanding that, while one or two small tattoos may look ‘cute’, covering yourself with them looks horrific. Again and again I see attractive women ruining their appearance this way. They just don’t know when to stop.

    Do their men really find this attractive, or are they just afraid to speak their minds? (Like when their wives are fat.)

  205. Anon[336] • Disclaimer says:

    Conde Nast is owned by the Newhouse family, a prominent billionaire Jewish family which donates to Jewish causes like the ADL.

    Nazi imagery is considered acceptable in Thailand. Western media, leaders, and organizations such as the ADL will criticize and try to shame and pressure foreign countries that tolerate Nazi imagery. It’s harder for Western media to pressure other countries to abide by its views such as on the Nazis while at the same flouting the other countries’ views on things, as it comes across as hypocrisy.

  206. @LoutishAngloQuebecker
    Where can I start and meet some like minded people locally?

    It’s a good question. If you even tried to organise, you’d be deplatformed and any group you formed would be infiltrated by the ADL, SPLC, FBI etc.

  207. @Moshe
    Steve, the king of thailand reads your blog!

    Hey King, I have a proposal for you. Make Steve the same deal you have with GQ and send him oodles of money. That way he can write more or less independently and only refrain from mocking you and your pecadillos. Heck I'm sure he'd even delete this post. Also, stop being so thin skinned, bro. Being unmockable has done you no good.

    Or I could become the King of Thailand’s fashion adviser: “How about a navy blue sports coat and khaki slacks?”

    Granted, I don’t know much about fashion, but I could do better than his current fashion maven.

  208. @Anonymous
    It's illegal to criticize the king in Thailand. You can be jailed for this.

    Thailand is of course, therefore, not to be regarded as a serious country.

    Even if the king is actually a basically decent person, any country in which a certain person or group cannot be criticized is not a serious country.

    In Britain, Germany, Sweden, the Netherlands and a host of other European countries, you can be jailed for opposing massive immigration or questioning the Jewish Holocaust narrative … a roundabout way, I suppose, of silencing the political opposition. I guess they aren’t serious countries either, but we already knew that.

    I don’t know why, but the bit about poor taste in clothes for the leaders of these countries seems to follow, too. Frau Merkel and Boris Johnson, for starters, always look terrible! Any ideas?

  209. @International Jew

    dress like an unlicenced cab driver
     
    I'm surprised the language police didn't flag "unlicenced cab driver" as racist.

    They mean Uber or Lyft, so it’s ok.

  210. @Prof. Woland

    Democracies are in no position to throw stones at thrones. Not after the twentieth century.
     
    The reason the US and Great Britain could fully mobilize their economies in ww2 was that they were democracies. Nazi Germany and the USSR spent an inordinate amount of their resources killing internal enemies, elevating 'special' forces, needed redundant military, intelligence, and police forces, and squandered mass numbers of their civilians as cannon fodder because their governments had no legitimacy.

    When a US dog face was given an order, it was not just some killer-fuhrer-Boss that ultimately ordered it, it was the entire country willing it. This meant that they did not need NKVD blocking units shooting deserters or Einsatz units following up the rear of army or hunting internal enemies. They did not need to have 'special' Wunderwaffens or Guards Units to keep up appearances or watch over subversives. Democracies did not have to save resources for special people / populations or keep their people hoodwinked to hide bad news or have them think that their side was winning.

    We won, they lost.

    The reason the US and Great Britain could fully mobilize their economies in ww2 was that they were democracies. Nazi Germany and the USSR

    We’re comparing democracies to monarchies, not mad, slavish populations who let their nations be turned into pseudorepublics led by repressed homos and wannabe Cossacks.

    The only monarchy you mentioned was Great Britain.

    And you say “to fully mobilize” like it was a good thing. Indeed, the split infinitive makes the phrase a verb in itself.

  211. @Steve Sailer
    The Japanese in WWII tended to alienate people they conquered. For example, they really annoyed Pacific Islanders, so much so that lots of Pacific Islanders cooperated as Coast Watchers for the Aussies and Americans. In the air battles over Guadalcanal, the Allies typically got a one hour advanced warning that the Japanese planes were coming from Islanders and the Aussie beachcombers on remote islands who manned the radios to call in what the natives had spotted. This allowed the American fighters to take an hour to climb to very high altitude so they could dive on the Japanese planes when they finally arrived.

    The Japanese had few strategic reasons for making Islanders mad at them. But that's just what they did in the 1940s.

    The Japanese in WWII tended to alienate people they conquered.

    And their grandchildren. Thus you see nisei-pinay Michelle Malkin defend a fascist régime’s imprisoning its mostly innocent citizen/subjects.

    Maybe it’s a Northeasterner’s prejudice, but real Americans hate FDR.

  212. @More R1b, Less H1B

    The King of Thailand is not the president of Chechnya, he is someone who deserves a lot of respect
     
    Your beloved king loves his Thailand so much he spends as much time as possible in Germany. From the moment he sets foot back in the Land of Smiles, he's desperate to get his leathery tattooed asscrack back to his supercars and the schnitzel hof.

    Yeah, I have a lot of respect for the president of Chechnya: for one thing, he spends a lot of time in Chechnya. Different, perhaps also, are his views on whether young Chechen men from the countryside should be chopping their cocks off and cavorting with geriatric Western tourists.

    R1b’s have tiny brains 1325cc the size of med people e.g north africans is this why r1b’s people are so curly haired,btw h1b’s are better

  213. Anonymous[112] • Disclaimer says:
    @PiltdownMan
    The first time I visited Thailand on business, the executive assistant to the Thai CEO my colleagues and I were meeting crawled into the room, shuffling forward on her knees, to serve us tea and biscuits.

    Their customs are different.

    https://i.imgur.com/tAtncGH.jpg

    Disgusting example of asian degeneracy there. At least in America we’re working on making a more inclusive environment for everyone and righting past injustices, with the crimes of the past exposed to some possibility of reparation rather than adding to the bill that has to be paid to the disadvantaged portions of society.

  214. @syonredux

    Later on, it incorporated non-Europeans.
     
    But we still haven't managed to assimilate them.....

    https://cdn5.img.sputniknews.com/images/105422/46/1054224656.jpg

    https://i.pinimg.com/736x/00/41/38/00413881bf219a35cf0573b9b6c2bd3a--aztec-art-chicano-art.jpg

    Reminds me of the old adage: "If you are in a hole, stop digging"

    “With other Europeans.”

    LOL, not according to WASPS and nativists. Why do you think they were insistent that Southern and Eastern Europeans were of a “different breed”, of “inferior stock”, all utterly incapable of understanding American principles of law and society?

    So magic dirt it is!

    “But we still haven’t managed to assimilate them….”

    Actually, the United States has assimilated them. They are our people.

    • Replies: @syonredux

    “With other Europeans.”

    LOL, not according to WASPS and nativists.
     

    And they turned out to be wrong.

    “But we still haven’t managed to assimilate them….”

    Actually, the United States has assimilated them. They are our people.
     

    And this is when I start to think that you're a parody account. No one is that stupid.....
  215. It’s almost like the Orientalists were onto something.

  216. @Corvinus
    "With other Europeans."

    LOL, not according to WASPS and nativists. Why do you think they were insistent that Southern and Eastern Europeans were of a "different breed", of "inferior stock", all utterly incapable of understanding American principles of law and society?

    So magic dirt it is!

    "But we still haven’t managed to assimilate them…."

    Actually, the United States has assimilated them. They are our people.

    “With other Europeans.”

    LOL, not according to WASPS and nativists.

    And they turned out to be wrong.

    “But we still haven’t managed to assimilate them….”

    Actually, the United States has assimilated them. They are our people.

    And this is when I start to think that you’re a parody account. No one is that stupid…..

    • Replies: @Corvinus
    "And they turned out to be wrong."

    So, Magic Dirt it is!

    "And this is when I start to think that you’re a parody account. No one is that stupid."

    It's not stupidity, it's civic nationalism. They are our people. It's really that elementary, my dear Watson. Because, since you admit that the nativists of yesteryear are "wrong", then our current batch is also in that same camp.
  217. @syonredux

    “With other Europeans.”

    LOL, not according to WASPS and nativists.
     

    And they turned out to be wrong.

    “But we still haven’t managed to assimilate them….”

    Actually, the United States has assimilated them. They are our people.
     

    And this is when I start to think that you're a parody account. No one is that stupid.....

    “And they turned out to be wrong.”

    So, Magic Dirt it is!

    “And this is when I start to think that you’re a parody account. No one is that stupid.”

    It’s not stupidity, it’s civic nationalism. They are our people. It’s really that elementary, my dear Watson. Because, since you admit that the nativists of yesteryear are “wrong”, then our current batch is also in that same camp.

    • Replies: @syonredux

    “And they turned out to be wrong.”

    So, Magic Dirt it is!
     
    More like genes and culture. Europeans have a lot in common....

    “And this is when I start to think that you’re a parody account. No one is that stupid.”

    It’s not stupidity, it’s civic nationalism.
     
    Everything has limits, dear fellow, and that includes civic nationalism....

    They are our people. It’s really that elementary, my dear Watson. Because, since you admit that the nativists of yesteryear are “wrong”, then our current batch is also in that same camp.
     
    I'm afraid that the evidence argues against it. Blacks have been in Anglo-America for over 300 years....and they've not been assimilated.
  218. @Corvinus
    "And they turned out to be wrong."

    So, Magic Dirt it is!

    "And this is when I start to think that you’re a parody account. No one is that stupid."

    It's not stupidity, it's civic nationalism. They are our people. It's really that elementary, my dear Watson. Because, since you admit that the nativists of yesteryear are "wrong", then our current batch is also in that same camp.

    “And they turned out to be wrong.”

    So, Magic Dirt it is!

    More like genes and culture. Europeans have a lot in common….

    “And this is when I start to think that you’re a parody account. No one is that stupid.”

    It’s not stupidity, it’s civic nationalism.

    Everything has limits, dear fellow, and that includes civic nationalism….

    They are our people. It’s really that elementary, my dear Watson. Because, since you admit that the nativists of yesteryear are “wrong”, then our current batch is also in that same camp.

    I’m afraid that the evidence argues against it. Blacks have been in Anglo-America for over 300 years….and they’ve not been assimilated.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
    "More like genes and culture. Europeans have a lot in common…"

    A recent genetic study published in the "European Journal of Human Genetics" in Nature (2019) showed that modern Europeans are closely related to Northern Africans and West Asians as well as to Southwest Asians.

    Although, research in 2013 indicated that Europeans all shared a common ancestor just 1,000 years ago, new genetic research reveals.

    As far as culture, there are more major differences between the ethnic groups there than there are similarities.

    "Everything has limits, dear fellow, and that includes civic nationalism."

    No, that's not who we are.

    "I’m afraid that the evidence argues against it."

    That would be Fake News on your part.
  219. How were the nativists wrong? They were absolutely correct: WASPs lost control of the country they founded because of their foolish immigration policies.

    All of your posts on this forum boil down to the insistence that non-WASP whites should now repeat the same mistake.

  220. @syonredux

    “And they turned out to be wrong.”

    So, Magic Dirt it is!
     
    More like genes and culture. Europeans have a lot in common....

    “And this is when I start to think that you’re a parody account. No one is that stupid.”

    It’s not stupidity, it’s civic nationalism.
     
    Everything has limits, dear fellow, and that includes civic nationalism....

    They are our people. It’s really that elementary, my dear Watson. Because, since you admit that the nativists of yesteryear are “wrong”, then our current batch is also in that same camp.
     
    I'm afraid that the evidence argues against it. Blacks have been in Anglo-America for over 300 years....and they've not been assimilated.

    “More like genes and culture. Europeans have a lot in common…”

    A recent genetic study published in the “European Journal of Human Genetics” in Nature (2019) showed that modern Europeans are closely related to Northern Africans and West Asians as well as to Southwest Asians.

    Although, research in 2013 indicated that Europeans all shared a common ancestor just 1,000 years ago, new genetic research reveals.

    As far as culture, there are more major differences between the ethnic groups there than there are similarities.

    “Everything has limits, dear fellow, and that includes civic nationalism.”

    No, that’s not who we are.

    “I’m afraid that the evidence argues against it.”

    That would be Fake News on your part.

    • Replies: @syonredux

    More like genes and culture. Europeans have a lot in common…”

    A recent genetic study published in the “European Journal of Human Genetics” in Nature (2019) showed that modern Europeans are closely related to Northern Africans and West Asians as well as to Southwest Asians.
     
    Yeah. The continental-scale Caucasoid race.

    As far as culture, there are more major differences between the ethnic groups there than there are similarities.
     
    Compared to Egyptian Muslims, the Brits and the Germans have a lot in common.

    “Everything has limits, dear fellow, and that includes civic nationalism.”

    No, that’s not who we are.
     
    Come on! You've got to be a parody account!

    “I’m afraid that the evidence argues against it.”

    That would be Fake News on your part.
     
    No, it's very real:


    http://www.slate.com/content/dam/slate/articles/news_and_politics/politics/2016/10/161004_CBOX_african-american-museum.jpg.CROP.promo-xlarge2.jpg

    https://i.pinimg.com/736x/1b/0d/b5/1b0db574c620d3d0fc07fdae0f266bd5--sugar-skulls-day-of-the-dead.jpg
  221. @Corvinus
    "More like genes and culture. Europeans have a lot in common…"

    A recent genetic study published in the "European Journal of Human Genetics" in Nature (2019) showed that modern Europeans are closely related to Northern Africans and West Asians as well as to Southwest Asians.

    Although, research in 2013 indicated that Europeans all shared a common ancestor just 1,000 years ago, new genetic research reveals.

    As far as culture, there are more major differences between the ethnic groups there than there are similarities.

    "Everything has limits, dear fellow, and that includes civic nationalism."

    No, that's not who we are.

    "I’m afraid that the evidence argues against it."

    That would be Fake News on your part.

    More like genes and culture. Europeans have a lot in common…”

    A recent genetic study published in the “European Journal of Human Genetics” in Nature (2019) showed that modern Europeans are closely related to Northern Africans and West Asians as well as to Southwest Asians.

    Yeah. The continental-scale Caucasoid race.

    As far as culture, there are more major differences between the ethnic groups there than there are similarities.

    Compared to Egyptian Muslims, the Brits and the Germans have a lot in common.

    “Everything has limits, dear fellow, and that includes civic nationalism.”

    No, that’s not who we are.

    Come on! You’ve got to be a parody account!

    “I’m afraid that the evidence argues against it.”

    That would be Fake News on your part.

    No, it’s very real:

    • Replies: @Corvinus
    "Yeah. The continental-scale Caucasoid race."

    That's not what the research indicated.

    "Compared to Egyptian Muslims, the Brits and the Germans have a lot in common."

    Except we are discussing comparisons between Europeans, not Europeans and non-Europeans. European nations are markedly different in a number of ways. That is why it was amazing that the United States has this diversity, which includes Europeans. That is who we are.

    "No, it’s very real"

    We've talked about this already. Beauty and art are subjective in nature. It's really a matter of opinion, not fact or truth. You should know better by now.
  222. @syonredux

    More like genes and culture. Europeans have a lot in common…”

    A recent genetic study published in the “European Journal of Human Genetics” in Nature (2019) showed that modern Europeans are closely related to Northern Africans and West Asians as well as to Southwest Asians.
     
    Yeah. The continental-scale Caucasoid race.

    As far as culture, there are more major differences between the ethnic groups there than there are similarities.
     
    Compared to Egyptian Muslims, the Brits and the Germans have a lot in common.

    “Everything has limits, dear fellow, and that includes civic nationalism.”

    No, that’s not who we are.
     
    Come on! You've got to be a parody account!

    “I’m afraid that the evidence argues against it.”

    That would be Fake News on your part.
     
    No, it's very real:


    http://www.slate.com/content/dam/slate/articles/news_and_politics/politics/2016/10/161004_CBOX_african-american-museum.jpg.CROP.promo-xlarge2.jpg

    https://i.pinimg.com/736x/1b/0d/b5/1b0db574c620d3d0fc07fdae0f266bd5--sugar-skulls-day-of-the-dead.jpg

    “Yeah. The continental-scale Caucasoid race.”

    That’s not what the research indicated.

    “Compared to Egyptian Muslims, the Brits and the Germans have a lot in common.”

    Except we are discussing comparisons between Europeans, not Europeans and non-Europeans. European nations are markedly different in a number of ways. That is why it was amazing that the United States has this diversity, which includes Europeans. That is who we are.

    “No, it’s very real”

    We’ve talked about this already. Beauty and art are subjective in nature. It’s really a matter of opinion, not fact or truth. You should know better by now.

    • Replies: @syonredux

    Yeah. The continental-scale Caucasoid race.”

    That’s not what the research indicated.
     
    Dunno:

    A recent genetic study published in the “European Journal of Human Genetics” in Nature (2019) showed that modern Europeans are closely related to Northern Africans and West Asians as well as to Southwest Asians.

     

    That certainly sounds like the Caucasoid race....

    “Compared to Egyptian Muslims, the Brits and the Germans have a lot in common.”

    Except we are discussing comparisons between Europeans, not Europeans and non-Europeans.
     
    I'm interested in differences between Europeans and non-Europeans. As I noted above, Anglo-America has a good track record when it comes to assimilating the former, but not the latter.

    European nations are markedly different in a number of ways.
     
    But, when you compare them to non-Europeans, the similarities start to emerge...

    That is why it was amazing that the United States has this diversity, which includes Europeans. That is who we are.
     
    And Europeans like the Germans and the Italians have been successfully assimilated....whereas non-Europeans (Blacks, Latinx, Muslims) have not been successfully assimilated...

    “No, it’s very real”

    We’ve talked about this already. Beauty and art are subjective in nature. It’s really a matter of opinion, not fact or truth. You should know better by now.

     

    I'm not talking about beauty, dear fellow. I'm merely pointing out that Blacks and Mestizos are not European....


    https://cdn-images-1.medium.com/max/1600/0*HbSXttrNDA_MuSkx.jpg


    https://c7.alamy.com/comp/de33p9/xipe-totec-the-flayed-lord-dressed-in-the-skin-of-a-sacrificial-victim-de33p9.jpg
  223. @Corvinus
    "Yeah. The continental-scale Caucasoid race."

    That's not what the research indicated.

    "Compared to Egyptian Muslims, the Brits and the Germans have a lot in common."

    Except we are discussing comparisons between Europeans, not Europeans and non-Europeans. European nations are markedly different in a number of ways. That is why it was amazing that the United States has this diversity, which includes Europeans. That is who we are.

    "No, it’s very real"

    We've talked about this already. Beauty and art are subjective in nature. It's really a matter of opinion, not fact or truth. You should know better by now.

    Yeah. The continental-scale Caucasoid race.”

    That’s not what the research indicated.

    Dunno:

    A recent genetic study published in the “European Journal of Human Genetics” in Nature (2019) showed that modern Europeans are closely related to Northern Africans and West Asians as well as to Southwest Asians.

    That certainly sounds like the Caucasoid race….

    “Compared to Egyptian Muslims, the Brits and the Germans have a lot in common.”

    Except we are discussing comparisons between Europeans, not Europeans and non-Europeans.

    I’m interested in differences between Europeans and non-Europeans. As I noted above, Anglo-America has a good track record when it comes to assimilating the former, but not the latter.

    European nations are markedly different in a number of ways.

    But, when you compare them to non-Europeans, the similarities start to emerge…

    That is why it was amazing that the United States has this diversity, which includes Europeans. That is who we are.

    And Europeans like the Germans and the Italians have been successfully assimilated….whereas non-Europeans (Blacks, Latinx, Muslims) have not been successfully assimilated…

    “No, it’s very real”

    We’ve talked about this already. Beauty and art are subjective in nature. It’s really a matter of opinion, not fact or truth. You should know better by now.

    I’m not talking about beauty, dear fellow. I’m merely pointing out that Blacks and Mestizos are not European….

    • Replies: @Corvinus
    "That certainly sounds like the Caucasoid race…"

    Sounds like it. But is it?

    "As I noted above, Anglo-America has a good track record when it comes to assimilating the former, but not the latter."

    No, the track record has been solid for all people. Although, nativists then and now have insisted otherwise.

    "And Europeans like the Germans and the Italians have been successfully assimilated…."

    By "magic dirt" and civic nationalism.

    "whereas non-Europeans (Blacks, Latinx, Muslims) have not been successfully assimilated…"

    Of course they have.

    "I’m merely pointing out that Blacks and Mestizos are not European…."

    Except to be European, there was only one type at the top, with the others being considered inferior. Of course, those on the low end believed they were superior to non-Europeans. Now, when did this attitude come from?


    The Alt Right assumes that the creation of the United States was undeniably monolithic. “Europeans” came to North America, conquered and settled. But they were other than united in the beginning by common ideologies. Europeans had their own “redoubts”, ethnically and/or culturally, in the Thirteen States. Remember, the Germans, the Irish, the Italians, the Slavs, the Poles–ALL had been considered at various points in time of unworthy of assimilation and citizenship. HOWEVER, they gradually blended into a new group–Americans–as they immersed themselves into building their political and economic institutions. And, accordingly, the Founding Fathers left open the door for future generations of Americans to weave other groups of people into the American fabric–European and non-European.

    The notion of “whites” or “European-whites” being bound together came about as a result of Social Darwinism and imperialism in the late 1800’s–the distinction that separated “us” from “them”. In this manner, the “lowest-rung” whites were deemed superior in social standing than their darkie counterparts, while at the same time knew full well their “pecking order” within the European hierarchy. The following source offers extensive evidence to prove this point.

    http://science.jrank.org/pages/10962/Race-Racism-in-Europe-French-Revolution-Nation.html

    One of the first and most important thinkers of the nineteenth century to elaborate this view of society was Joseph-Arthur de Gobineau, who began publishing his L’essai sur l’inegalité des races humaines (Essay on the inequality of the human races) in 1853. Gobineau’s history presented human development for the first time as a contest of races. His book was heavily researched in an attempt to draw together the most up-to-date scholarship of the new realms of science, especially German archaeology and philology and French anthropology. He concluded that contemporary nations were the patrimony of a racial past defined by the conquest of weaker races by stronger ones. He posited three great races, the white, the black, and the yellow, that engaged in constant battle. For Gobineau, the victor and true driving force of human history was the white, or European, race. Yet, this victory came always at a price. Lesser races never disappeared. Instead, they mixed into the conquering races, leaving a weaker whole. The mixture, in fact, elevated lower races, in which he included the yellow and the black and their lingering influence among European peasantry and urban working classes, while the white race was degraded.

    Georges Vacher de Lapouge, in his study of European skulls in 1888, saw three European races and ordered their quality and value: European Man, Alpine Man, and Homo Contractus. He argued that none of these races directly correlated with a specific nation, but his descriptions of their behaviors and religious ideas were clearly meant to correspond to Germany, Southern Europe, and the population of European Jews. The naturalized German citizen Houston Stewart Chamberlain wrote in 1899 that the German race struggled to maintain its purity because of the Darwinian form of natural selection that caused Germans to feel a revulsion toward intermixing with lesser races. Overall, this putative science of race uncoupled nationalism from its liberal roots, implying that those who lived within a national community did not necessarily belong. One could act, speak, or feel German or French but never be German or French.

    In newly unified Italy, northern Italians in Lombardy saw the threat of southern peoples, the Sicilians or Neapolitans, as racially enervating. They were thought to be different because of their hot-blooded, less rational characters—elements believed to emanate from their hotter climate and their proximity to Africa. Similar ideas existed in Spain toward those from the south, in particular Andalu sia. In northern Spain, notions of racial purity became important adjuncts of the Basque nationalist movement that sprang up in the late nineteenth century. The presence of foreign guest workers, or maketos, from other parts of Spain, was perceived as a threat to Basque purity. Sabino Arana, an early founder of Basque nationalism, proposed miscegenation laws in 1901 to prohibit the marriage of Basques to Spaniards.

    Imperialism helped solidify a view of the world as a hierarchy of races with Europeans at the zenith and all others arrayed below. One ugly symbol of this worldview was the “human zoo” that appeared throughout fin de siècle Europe in international fairs and other public spectacles. This kind of menagerie, replete with dioramic portrayals of humans living in their “typical” habitat, produced wide-eyed amazement among Europeans of the late nineteenth century and established racial hierarchy not just as an elite, scientific view of history but also as a popular one. By the 1880’s and 1890's, race existed as a concrete idea recognizable to any European. Race became an essential element of national strength—and required defense and protection.
     

    Let us look at this “great replacement” in the United States from the perspective of WASP’s, the true Heritage Americans. They built America. How can we argue with that historical reality?

    Therefore it is tragic that WASP redoubts were subsequently overrun by foul-mouthed, parasitic louts from Eastern and Southern Europe in the late 1800 and early 1900’s. The 1924 Quota Act was a long-waited panacea to reign in such an odious creature, a wonderful piece of legislation that would make Hans F.K. Gunther proud. See, the simple fact of the matter, from the WASP point of view, is that the Eastern/Southern Europeans are infected with the “chosenite” virus. Stellar at patronizing, but not so much at moral consistency and applying to themselves the standards they demand of others.

    Again, from the WASP angle, comedian Owen Benjamin noted in one of his recent, heroic Internet videos that the 1828 Websters Dictionary defined what is Heritage American—A native of America; originally applied to the aboriginals, or copper-colored races, found here by the Europeans; but now applied to the descendants of Europeans born in America.

    “Now applied” is the operative phrase here. So many advocates of the Alt Right use the cudgel as “they must go back” for the various blacks and browns and yellows who entered our shores since 1965…when in reality their own ancestors ought not be here, if they apply their own logic to themselves!

    Alt Right guru Vox Day assuredly champions the WASP cause–Europeans, most notably the **Germans, the Irish, the Italians, and the Polish**, lack the ability to comprehend and put into practice Anglo-Saxon ideals. Yet, those same people, in particular Alt Right leaders, whose ancestors had been deemed “unfit” for American inclusion by nativists in the 1850’s and 1890’s, today claim to possess the inherent qualities required to perpetuate Western Civilization. Nativists held those groups** in contempt for “alien ways of life”, yet by the power of magic dirt, those groups** have transformed themselves into one of the natives.

    We all have to go back.

  224. @anonymous
    Not what I was trying to say.

    Respect for the Thai royal family is kind of a thing, and while GQ might be expected not to know that, an intelligent person like Sailer would be expected to know that, and I was surprised he didn't.

    Maybe I remember wrong, but I thought he had deleted posts before because they came off as ruder than he thought. I might have him mixed up with some other blogger, though. It is in the context of his having, if I remembered correctly, deleted unintentionally insensitive posts that I was offering unsolicited anonymous and well-meaning advice,

    anyway, Thanks for reading.

    Respect for the Thai royal family is kind of a thing

    Maybe it’s a “thing” with you, but Sailer is an American. If he doesn’t owe respect to King George III he sure doesn’t owe a satay rat’s rear end to your tattooed king.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
    "Maybe it’s a “thing” with you, but Sailer is an American."

    Pray tell, how did his ancestors become one? What is his ancestry?
  225. @International Jew

    Respect for the Thai royal family is kind of a thing
     
    Maybe it's a "thing" with you, but Sailer is an American. If he doesn't owe respect to King George III he sure doesn't owe a satay rat's rear end to your tattooed king.

    “Maybe it’s a “thing” with you, but Sailer is an American.”

    Pray tell, how did his ancestors become one? What is his ancestry?

  226. @syonredux

    Yeah. The continental-scale Caucasoid race.”

    That’s not what the research indicated.
     
    Dunno:

    A recent genetic study published in the “European Journal of Human Genetics” in Nature (2019) showed that modern Europeans are closely related to Northern Africans and West Asians as well as to Southwest Asians.

     

    That certainly sounds like the Caucasoid race....

    “Compared to Egyptian Muslims, the Brits and the Germans have a lot in common.”

    Except we are discussing comparisons between Europeans, not Europeans and non-Europeans.
     
    I'm interested in differences between Europeans and non-Europeans. As I noted above, Anglo-America has a good track record when it comes to assimilating the former, but not the latter.

    European nations are markedly different in a number of ways.
     
    But, when you compare them to non-Europeans, the similarities start to emerge...

    That is why it was amazing that the United States has this diversity, which includes Europeans. That is who we are.
     
    And Europeans like the Germans and the Italians have been successfully assimilated....whereas non-Europeans (Blacks, Latinx, Muslims) have not been successfully assimilated...

    “No, it’s very real”

    We’ve talked about this already. Beauty and art are subjective in nature. It’s really a matter of opinion, not fact or truth. You should know better by now.

     

    I'm not talking about beauty, dear fellow. I'm merely pointing out that Blacks and Mestizos are not European....


    https://cdn-images-1.medium.com/max/1600/0*HbSXttrNDA_MuSkx.jpg


    https://c7.alamy.com/comp/de33p9/xipe-totec-the-flayed-lord-dressed-in-the-skin-of-a-sacrificial-victim-de33p9.jpg

    “That certainly sounds like the Caucasoid race…”

    Sounds like it. But is it?

    “As I noted above, Anglo-America has a good track record when it comes to assimilating the former, but not the latter.”

    No, the track record has been solid for all people. Although, nativists then and now have insisted otherwise.

    “And Europeans like the Germans and the Italians have been successfully assimilated….”

    By “magic dirt” and civic nationalism.

    “whereas non-Europeans (Blacks, Latinx, Muslims) have not been successfully assimilated…”

    Of course they have.

    “I’m merely pointing out that Blacks and Mestizos are not European….”

    Except to be European, there was only one type at the top, with the others being considered inferior. Of course, those on the low end believed they were superior to non-Europeans. Now, when did this attitude come from?

    The Alt Right assumes that the creation of the United States was undeniably monolithic. “Europeans” came to North America, conquered and settled. But they were other than united in the beginning by common ideologies. Europeans had their own “redoubts”, ethnically and/or culturally, in the Thirteen States. Remember, the Germans, the Irish, the Italians, the Slavs, the Poles–ALL had been considered at various points in time of unworthy of assimilation and citizenship. HOWEVER, they gradually blended into a new group–Americans–as they immersed themselves into building their political and economic institutions. And, accordingly, the Founding Fathers left open the door for future generations of Americans to weave other groups of people into the American fabric–European and non-European.

    The notion of “whites” or “European-whites” being bound together came about as a result of Social Darwinism and imperialism in the late 1800’s–the distinction that separated “us” from “them”. In this manner, the “lowest-rung” whites were deemed superior in social standing than their darkie counterparts, while at the same time knew full well their “pecking order” within the European hierarchy. The following source offers extensive evidence to prove this point.

    http://science.jrank.org/pages/10962/Race-Racism-in-Europe-French-Revolution-Nation.html

    One of the first and most important thinkers of the nineteenth century to elaborate this view of society was Joseph-Arthur de Gobineau, who began publishing his L’essai sur l’inegalité des races humaines (Essay on the inequality of the human races) in 1853. Gobineau’s history presented human development for the first time as a contest of races. His book was heavily researched in an attempt to draw together the most up-to-date scholarship of the new realms of science, especially German archaeology and philology and French anthropology. He concluded that contemporary nations were the patrimony of a racial past defined by the conquest of weaker races by stronger ones. He posited three great races, the white, the black, and the yellow, that engaged in constant battle. For Gobineau, the victor and true driving force of human history was the white, or European, race. Yet, this victory came always at a price. Lesser races never disappeared. Instead, they mixed into the conquering races, leaving a weaker whole. The mixture, in fact, elevated lower races, in which he included the yellow and the black and their lingering influence among European peasantry and urban working classes, while the white race was degraded.

    Georges Vacher de Lapouge, in his study of European skulls in 1888, saw three European races and ordered their quality and value: European Man, Alpine Man, and Homo Contractus. He argued that none of these races directly correlated with a specific nation, but his descriptions of their behaviors and religious ideas were clearly meant to correspond to Germany, Southern Europe, and the population of European Jews. The naturalized German citizen Houston Stewart Chamberlain wrote in 1899 that the German race struggled to maintain its purity because of the Darwinian form of natural selection that caused Germans to feel a revulsion toward intermixing with lesser races. Overall, this putative science of race uncoupled nationalism from its liberal roots, implying that those who lived within a national community did not necessarily belong. One could act, speak, or feel German or French but never be German or French.

    In newly unified Italy, northern Italians in Lombardy saw the threat of southern peoples, the Sicilians or Neapolitans, as racially enervating. They were thought to be different because of their hot-blooded, less rational characters—elements believed to emanate from their hotter climate and their proximity to Africa. Similar ideas existed in Spain toward those from the south, in particular Andalu sia. In northern Spain, notions of racial purity became important adjuncts of the Basque nationalist movement that sprang up in the late nineteenth century. The presence of foreign guest workers, or maketos, from other parts of Spain, was perceived as a threat to Basque purity. Sabino Arana, an early founder of Basque nationalism, proposed miscegenation laws in 1901 to prohibit the marriage of Basques to Spaniards.

    Imperialism helped solidify a view of the world as a hierarchy of races with Europeans at the zenith and all others arrayed below. One ugly symbol of this worldview was the “human zoo” that appeared throughout fin de siècle Europe in international fairs and other public spectacles. This kind of menagerie, replete with dioramic portrayals of humans living in their “typical” habitat, produced wide-eyed amazement among Europeans of the late nineteenth century and established racial hierarchy not just as an elite, scientific view of history but also as a popular one. By the 1880’s and 1890’s, race existed as a concrete idea recognizable to any European. Race became an essential element of national strength—and required defense and protection.

    Let us look at this “great replacement” in the United States from the perspective of WASP’s, the true Heritage Americans. They built America. How can we argue with that historical reality?

    Therefore it is tragic that WASP redoubts were subsequently overrun by foul-mouthed, parasitic louts from Eastern and Southern Europe in the late 1800 and early 1900’s. The 1924 Quota Act was a long-waited panacea to reign in such an odious creature, a wonderful piece of legislation that would make Hans F.K. Gunther proud. See, the simple fact of the matter, from the WASP point of view, is that the Eastern/Southern Europeans are infected with the “chosenite” virus. Stellar at patronizing, but not so much at moral consistency and applying to themselves the standards they demand of others.

    Again, from the WASP angle, comedian Owen Benjamin noted in one of his recent, heroic Internet videos that the 1828 Websters Dictionary defined what is Heritage American—A native of America; originally applied to the aboriginals, or copper-colored races, found here by the Europeans; but now applied to the descendants of Europeans born in America.

    “Now applied” is the operative phrase here. So many advocates of the Alt Right use the cudgel as “they must go back” for the various blacks and browns and yellows who entered our shores since 1965…when in reality their own ancestors ought not be here, if they apply their own logic to themselves!

    Alt Right guru Vox Day assuredly champions the WASP cause–Europeans, most notably the **Germans, the Irish, the Italians, and the Polish**, lack the ability to comprehend and put into practice Anglo-Saxon ideals. Yet, those same people, in particular Alt Right leaders, whose ancestors had been deemed “unfit” for American inclusion by nativists in the 1850’s and 1890’s, today claim to possess the inherent qualities required to perpetuate Western Civilization. Nativists held those groups** in contempt for “alien ways of life”, yet by the power of magic dirt, those groups** have transformed themselves into one of the natives.

    We all have to go back.

    • Replies: @syonredux

    “That certainly sounds like the Caucasoid race…”

    Sounds like it. But is it?
     

    Pretty much.

    “As I noted above, Anglo-America has a good track record when it comes to assimilating the former, but not the latter.”

    No, the track record has been solid for all people. Although, nativists then and now have insisted otherwise.
     

    I use the German metric. Are Blacks and Mestizos at the German level of assimilation into Anglo-America? The answer is, no.

    “And Europeans like the Germans and the Italians have been successfully assimilated….”

    By “magic dirt” and civic nationalism.
     

    No, by virtue of the fact that they are racially and culturally European,

    “whereas non-Europeans (Blacks, Latinx, Muslims) have not been successfully assimilated…”

    Of course they have.
     

    No they haven't. Again, using the German metric.

    “I’m merely pointing out that Blacks and Mestizos are not European….”

    Except to be European, there was only one type at the top, with the others being considered inferior. Of course, those on the low end believed they were superior to non-Europeans. Now, when did this attitude come from?
     

    Again, dear fellow, Europeans have a lot in common with each other:


    https://image.tmdb.org/t/p/original/pA31hGAWb4vnsDlLYR6tTaTj4V.jpg


    https://www.biography.com/.image/t_share/MTE5NTU2MzE2MDUxNzAzMzA3/saoirse-ronan-267546-1-402.jpg


    https://www.hawtcelebs.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/diane-kruger-at-instyle-and-warner-bros-golden-globes-after-party-in-los-angeles-01-07-2018-10.jpg


    http://fr.web.img6.acsta.net/pictures/18/05/16/10/44/0884015.jpg


    But they don't have much in common with Blacks and Mestizos/Amerinds.....


    https://lonelyplanetwpnews.imgix.net/2017/11/ETH_7505-e1511954600948.jpg

    https://thethroughline.files.wordpress.com/2011/01/native-mexican-indian-man-in-traditional-dress.jpg


    Let us look at this “great replacement” in the United States from the perspective of WASP’s, the true Heritage Americans. They built America. How can we argue with that historical reality?
     
    And WASPs had a lot in common with other Europeans:


    https://cdn.fodors.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/3_UltimateRome_Pantheon.jpg


    https://1af60cd74e95fe387bc8-1bfee98aeb105b45275a9419b6310abb.ssl.cf1.rackcdn.com/124/1/default.jpg

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B6Mi3fcVd4M


    But Europeans do not have much in common with Blacks and Mestizos.....


    https://i.pinimg.com/736x/cd/46/80/cd4680a87b6c6fe9af06276eb3fc32ad.jpg


    https://inchiostro.unipv.it/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/santa_muerte_11.jpg

  227. @Corvinus
    "That certainly sounds like the Caucasoid race…"

    Sounds like it. But is it?

    "As I noted above, Anglo-America has a good track record when it comes to assimilating the former, but not the latter."

    No, the track record has been solid for all people. Although, nativists then and now have insisted otherwise.

    "And Europeans like the Germans and the Italians have been successfully assimilated…."

    By "magic dirt" and civic nationalism.

    "whereas non-Europeans (Blacks, Latinx, Muslims) have not been successfully assimilated…"

    Of course they have.

    "I’m merely pointing out that Blacks and Mestizos are not European…."

    Except to be European, there was only one type at the top, with the others being considered inferior. Of course, those on the low end believed they were superior to non-Europeans. Now, when did this attitude come from?


    The Alt Right assumes that the creation of the United States was undeniably monolithic. “Europeans” came to North America, conquered and settled. But they were other than united in the beginning by common ideologies. Europeans had their own “redoubts”, ethnically and/or culturally, in the Thirteen States. Remember, the Germans, the Irish, the Italians, the Slavs, the Poles–ALL had been considered at various points in time of unworthy of assimilation and citizenship. HOWEVER, they gradually blended into a new group–Americans–as they immersed themselves into building their political and economic institutions. And, accordingly, the Founding Fathers left open the door for future generations of Americans to weave other groups of people into the American fabric–European and non-European.

    The notion of “whites” or “European-whites” being bound together came about as a result of Social Darwinism and imperialism in the late 1800’s–the distinction that separated “us” from “them”. In this manner, the “lowest-rung” whites were deemed superior in social standing than their darkie counterparts, while at the same time knew full well their “pecking order” within the European hierarchy. The following source offers extensive evidence to prove this point.

    http://science.jrank.org/pages/10962/Race-Racism-in-Europe-French-Revolution-Nation.html

    One of the first and most important thinkers of the nineteenth century to elaborate this view of society was Joseph-Arthur de Gobineau, who began publishing his L’essai sur l’inegalité des races humaines (Essay on the inequality of the human races) in 1853. Gobineau’s history presented human development for the first time as a contest of races. His book was heavily researched in an attempt to draw together the most up-to-date scholarship of the new realms of science, especially German archaeology and philology and French anthropology. He concluded that contemporary nations were the patrimony of a racial past defined by the conquest of weaker races by stronger ones. He posited three great races, the white, the black, and the yellow, that engaged in constant battle. For Gobineau, the victor and true driving force of human history was the white, or European, race. Yet, this victory came always at a price. Lesser races never disappeared. Instead, they mixed into the conquering races, leaving a weaker whole. The mixture, in fact, elevated lower races, in which he included the yellow and the black and their lingering influence among European peasantry and urban working classes, while the white race was degraded.

    Georges Vacher de Lapouge, in his study of European skulls in 1888, saw three European races and ordered their quality and value: European Man, Alpine Man, and Homo Contractus. He argued that none of these races directly correlated with a specific nation, but his descriptions of their behaviors and religious ideas were clearly meant to correspond to Germany, Southern Europe, and the population of European Jews. The naturalized German citizen Houston Stewart Chamberlain wrote in 1899 that the German race struggled to maintain its purity because of the Darwinian form of natural selection that caused Germans to feel a revulsion toward intermixing with lesser races. Overall, this putative science of race uncoupled nationalism from its liberal roots, implying that those who lived within a national community did not necessarily belong. One could act, speak, or feel German or French but never be German or French.

    In newly unified Italy, northern Italians in Lombardy saw the threat of southern peoples, the Sicilians or Neapolitans, as racially enervating. They were thought to be different because of their hot-blooded, less rational characters—elements believed to emanate from their hotter climate and their proximity to Africa. Similar ideas existed in Spain toward those from the south, in particular Andalu sia. In northern Spain, notions of racial purity became important adjuncts of the Basque nationalist movement that sprang up in the late nineteenth century. The presence of foreign guest workers, or maketos, from other parts of Spain, was perceived as a threat to Basque purity. Sabino Arana, an early founder of Basque nationalism, proposed miscegenation laws in 1901 to prohibit the marriage of Basques to Spaniards.

    Imperialism helped solidify a view of the world as a hierarchy of races with Europeans at the zenith and all others arrayed below. One ugly symbol of this worldview was the “human zoo” that appeared throughout fin de siècle Europe in international fairs and other public spectacles. This kind of menagerie, replete with dioramic portrayals of humans living in their “typical” habitat, produced wide-eyed amazement among Europeans of the late nineteenth century and established racial hierarchy not just as an elite, scientific view of history but also as a popular one. By the 1880’s and 1890's, race existed as a concrete idea recognizable to any European. Race became an essential element of national strength—and required defense and protection.
     

    Let us look at this “great replacement” in the United States from the perspective of WASP’s, the true Heritage Americans. They built America. How can we argue with that historical reality?

    Therefore it is tragic that WASP redoubts were subsequently overrun by foul-mouthed, parasitic louts from Eastern and Southern Europe in the late 1800 and early 1900’s. The 1924 Quota Act was a long-waited panacea to reign in such an odious creature, a wonderful piece of legislation that would make Hans F.K. Gunther proud. See, the simple fact of the matter, from the WASP point of view, is that the Eastern/Southern Europeans are infected with the “chosenite” virus. Stellar at patronizing, but not so much at moral consistency and applying to themselves the standards they demand of others.

    Again, from the WASP angle, comedian Owen Benjamin noted in one of his recent, heroic Internet videos that the 1828 Websters Dictionary defined what is Heritage American—A native of America; originally applied to the aboriginals, or copper-colored races, found here by the Europeans; but now applied to the descendants of Europeans born in America.

    “Now applied” is the operative phrase here. So many advocates of the Alt Right use the cudgel as “they must go back” for the various blacks and browns and yellows who entered our shores since 1965…when in reality their own ancestors ought not be here, if they apply their own logic to themselves!

    Alt Right guru Vox Day assuredly champions the WASP cause–Europeans, most notably the **Germans, the Irish, the Italians, and the Polish**, lack the ability to comprehend and put into practice Anglo-Saxon ideals. Yet, those same people, in particular Alt Right leaders, whose ancestors had been deemed “unfit” for American inclusion by nativists in the 1850’s and 1890’s, today claim to possess the inherent qualities required to perpetuate Western Civilization. Nativists held those groups** in contempt for “alien ways of life”, yet by the power of magic dirt, those groups** have transformed themselves into one of the natives.

    We all have to go back.

    “That certainly sounds like the Caucasoid race…”

    Sounds like it. But is it?

    Pretty much.

    “As I noted above, Anglo-America has a good track record when it comes to assimilating the former, but not the latter.”

    No, the track record has been solid for all people. Although, nativists then and now have insisted otherwise.

    I use the German metric. Are Blacks and Mestizos at the German level of assimilation into Anglo-America? The answer is, no.

    “And Europeans like the Germans and the Italians have been successfully assimilated….”

    By “magic dirt” and civic nationalism.

    No, by virtue of the fact that they are racially and culturally European,

    “whereas non-Europeans (Blacks, Latinx, Muslims) have not been successfully assimilated…”

    Of course they have.

    No they haven’t. Again, using the German metric.

    “I’m merely pointing out that Blacks and Mestizos are not European….”

    Except to be European, there was only one type at the top, with the others being considered inferior. Of course, those on the low end believed they were superior to non-Europeans. Now, when did this attitude come from?

    Again, dear fellow, Europeans have a lot in common with each other:




    But they don’t have much in common with Blacks and Mestizos/Amerinds…..

    Let us look at this “great replacement” in the United States from the perspective of WASP’s, the true Heritage Americans. They built America. How can we argue with that historical reality?

    And WASPs had a lot in common with other Europeans:


    But Europeans do not have much in common with Blacks and Mestizos…..


    • Replies: @Corvinus
    "I use the German metric. Are Blacks and Mestizos at the German level of assimilation into Anglo-America? The answer is, no."

    Actually, the answer is yes. And it's not Anglo-America, it's simply America. Remember, the Germans were viewed in a similar fashion as blacks and Hispanics by nativists as being other than being assimilable. Then, by magic dirt and civic nationalism, Germans became Americans. We are all mutts. It's who we are.

    "Again, dear fellow, Europeans have a lot in common with each other..."

    Again, you are being patently dishonest in your comparison. The commonality here is that the European women who wear similar clothes are attractive by one cultural standard. If you are going to employ that same standard (European), then you must locate similarly attractive women from non-European nations who wear similar clothes. That's how it works.

    https://www.gettyimages.ca/detail/photo/close-up-of-a-young-attractive-african-women-with-royalty-free-image/885592804

    https://www.alamy.com/miss-universe-leila-lopes-chinese-laundry-fashion-denim-launch-party-image62296350.html

    Of course, the European standard for beauty is NOT the gold standard by which all attractiveness is measured. Again, it's cultural in nature.

    And, I note that you conveniently neglected to address the major points from my last post about the "European ethnic hierarchy" that developed in the late 1800's. That hit too close to home for you, and deservedly so.

  228. @syonredux

    “That certainly sounds like the Caucasoid race…”

    Sounds like it. But is it?
     

    Pretty much.

    “As I noted above, Anglo-America has a good track record when it comes to assimilating the former, but not the latter.”

    No, the track record has been solid for all people. Although, nativists then and now have insisted otherwise.
     

    I use the German metric. Are Blacks and Mestizos at the German level of assimilation into Anglo-America? The answer is, no.

    “And Europeans like the Germans and the Italians have been successfully assimilated….”

    By “magic dirt” and civic nationalism.
     

    No, by virtue of the fact that they are racially and culturally European,

    “whereas non-Europeans (Blacks, Latinx, Muslims) have not been successfully assimilated…”

    Of course they have.
     

    No they haven't. Again, using the German metric.

    “I’m merely pointing out that Blacks and Mestizos are not European….”

    Except to be European, there was only one type at the top, with the others being considered inferior. Of course, those on the low end believed they were superior to non-Europeans. Now, when did this attitude come from?
     

    Again, dear fellow, Europeans have a lot in common with each other:


    https://image.tmdb.org/t/p/original/pA31hGAWb4vnsDlLYR6tTaTj4V.jpg


    https://www.biography.com/.image/t_share/MTE5NTU2MzE2MDUxNzAzMzA3/saoirse-ronan-267546-1-402.jpg


    https://www.hawtcelebs.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/diane-kruger-at-instyle-and-warner-bros-golden-globes-after-party-in-los-angeles-01-07-2018-10.jpg


    http://fr.web.img6.acsta.net/pictures/18/05/16/10/44/0884015.jpg


    But they don't have much in common with Blacks and Mestizos/Amerinds.....


    https://lonelyplanetwpnews.imgix.net/2017/11/ETH_7505-e1511954600948.jpg

    https://thethroughline.files.wordpress.com/2011/01/native-mexican-indian-man-in-traditional-dress.jpg


    Let us look at this “great replacement” in the United States from the perspective of WASP’s, the true Heritage Americans. They built America. How can we argue with that historical reality?
     
    And WASPs had a lot in common with other Europeans:


    https://cdn.fodors.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/3_UltimateRome_Pantheon.jpg


    https://1af60cd74e95fe387bc8-1bfee98aeb105b45275a9419b6310abb.ssl.cf1.rackcdn.com/124/1/default.jpg

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B6Mi3fcVd4M


    But Europeans do not have much in common with Blacks and Mestizos.....


    https://i.pinimg.com/736x/cd/46/80/cd4680a87b6c6fe9af06276eb3fc32ad.jpg


    https://inchiostro.unipv.it/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/santa_muerte_11.jpg

    “I use the German metric. Are Blacks and Mestizos at the German level of assimilation into Anglo-America? The answer is, no.”

    Actually, the answer is yes. And it’s not Anglo-America, it’s simply America. Remember, the Germans were viewed in a similar fashion as blacks and Hispanics by nativists as being other than being assimilable. Then, by magic dirt and civic nationalism, Germans became Americans. We are all mutts. It’s who we are.

    “Again, dear fellow, Europeans have a lot in common with each other…”

    Again, you are being patently dishonest in your comparison. The commonality here is that the European women who wear similar clothes are attractive by one cultural standard. If you are going to employ that same standard (European), then you must locate similarly attractive women from non-European nations who wear similar clothes. That’s how it works.

    https://www.gettyimages.ca/detail/photo/close-up-of-a-young-attractive-african-women-with-royalty-free-image/885592804

    https://www.alamy.com/miss-universe-leila-lopes-chinese-laundry-fashion-denim-launch-party-image62296350.html

    Of course, the European standard for beauty is NOT the gold standard by which all attractiveness is measured. Again, it’s cultural in nature.

    And, I note that you conveniently neglected to address the major points from my last post about the “European ethnic hierarchy” that developed in the late 1800’s. That hit too close to home for you, and deservedly so.

    • Replies: @syonredux

    “I use the German metric. Are Blacks and Mestizos at the German level of assimilation into Anglo-America? The answer is, no.”

    Actually, the answer is yes.
     
    See, this is when I start to think that you've got to be a parody account. But, on the off-chance that you are simply not terribly bright, I'll try something quite simple: What does being of German ancestry mean in Angl0-American society today? The answer: not much. What does being Black mean in Anglo-American society today? The answer: a great deal. Germans have been assimilated into Anglo-American society, but Blacks have not.

    And it’s not Anglo-America, it’s simply America.
     
    No, it's Anglo-America. I'm not including Latin America and Quebec.

    “Again, dear fellow, Europeans have a lot in common with each other…”

    Again, you are being patently dishonest in your comparison. The commonality here is that the European women who wear similar clothes are attractive by one cultural standard. If you are going to employ that same standard (European), then you must locate similarly attractive women from non-European nations who wear similar clothes.
     
    I'm not comparing varying levels of beauty, dear fellow. I'm noting racial and cultural differences. Here are some Europeans:


    http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-E4iv0a2WMO0/UQO_ISjXf7I/AAAAAAAAaNs/hvaGDpHMidA/s1600/Monica-Bellucci-HD-Wallpapers-57.jpg

    http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_HkbWdsz-H8g/S8A4eoDylTI/AAAAAAAAI2o/qyKB3sIZEjE/s1600/Catherine-Zeta-Jones-14.JPG

    https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/M/MV5BMTI4NjYzNDAwN15BMl5BanBnXkFtZTYwNzMwMjA2._V1_UY1200_CR82,0,630,1200_AL_.jpg


    And here are some Black Africans:

    https://i.pinimg.com/736x/12/4b/6b/124b6b26d1f89404935c222cec80f781--congo-africa.jpg


    https://scubby.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/Khoudia-Diop-The-Melanin-Goddessjpg-1.jpg


    http://www4.pictures.zimbio.com/gi/13th+Annual+AFI+Awards+Arrivals+Gw6N1-lMqr4x.jpg

    Blacks and Europeans are rather different...

    And, I note that you conveniently neglected to address the major points from my last post about the “European ethnic hierarchy” that developed in the late 1800’s. That hit too close to home for you, and deservedly so.

     

    I ignored it because it wasn't relevant, dear fellow.
  229. @Corvinus
    "I use the German metric. Are Blacks and Mestizos at the German level of assimilation into Anglo-America? The answer is, no."

    Actually, the answer is yes. And it's not Anglo-America, it's simply America. Remember, the Germans were viewed in a similar fashion as blacks and Hispanics by nativists as being other than being assimilable. Then, by magic dirt and civic nationalism, Germans became Americans. We are all mutts. It's who we are.

    "Again, dear fellow, Europeans have a lot in common with each other..."

    Again, you are being patently dishonest in your comparison. The commonality here is that the European women who wear similar clothes are attractive by one cultural standard. If you are going to employ that same standard (European), then you must locate similarly attractive women from non-European nations who wear similar clothes. That's how it works.

    https://www.gettyimages.ca/detail/photo/close-up-of-a-young-attractive-african-women-with-royalty-free-image/885592804

    https://www.alamy.com/miss-universe-leila-lopes-chinese-laundry-fashion-denim-launch-party-image62296350.html

    Of course, the European standard for beauty is NOT the gold standard by which all attractiveness is measured. Again, it's cultural in nature.

    And, I note that you conveniently neglected to address the major points from my last post about the "European ethnic hierarchy" that developed in the late 1800's. That hit too close to home for you, and deservedly so.

    “I use the German metric. Are Blacks and Mestizos at the German level of assimilation into Anglo-America? The answer is, no.”

    Actually, the answer is yes.

    See, this is when I start to think that you’ve got to be a parody account. But, on the off-chance that you are simply not terribly bright, I’ll try something quite simple: What does being of German ancestry mean in Angl0-American society today? The answer: not much. What does being Black mean in Anglo-American society today? The answer: a great deal. Germans have been assimilated into Anglo-American society, but Blacks have not.

    And it’s not Anglo-America, it’s simply America.

    No, it’s Anglo-America. I’m not including Latin America and Quebec.

    “Again, dear fellow, Europeans have a lot in common with each other…”

    Again, you are being patently dishonest in your comparison. The commonality here is that the European women who wear similar clothes are attractive by one cultural standard. If you are going to employ that same standard (European), then you must locate similarly attractive women from non-European nations who wear similar clothes.

    I’m not comparing varying levels of beauty, dear fellow. I’m noting racial and cultural differences. Here are some Europeans:

    And here are some Black Africans:

    Blacks and Europeans are rather different…

    And, I note that you conveniently neglected to address the major points from my last post about the “European ethnic hierarchy” that developed in the late 1800’s. That hit too close to home for you, and deservedly so.

    I ignored it because it wasn’t relevant, dear fellow.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
    " I’ll try something quite simple: What does being of German ancestry mean in Angl0-American society today? The answer: not much."

    You mean in American society. And, actually, being a person of German ancestry, like ANY ancestry in our great nation, is a BIG deal.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/German-American_Day

    http://germanyinusa.com/2018/09/05/the-evolution-of-german-american-culture-in-the-united-states/

    https://www.aatg.org/page/NationalGermanWeek

    "What does being Black mean in Anglo-American society today? The answer: a great deal. Germans have been assimilated into Anglo-American society, but Blacks have not."

    You mean what does it mean for white, black, Asian, Hispanic, or indigenous means for American society? A LOT. We have assimilated. It's a fact. Learn how to deal with it.

    "I’m not comparing varying levels of beauty, dear fellow. I’m noting racial and cultural differences. Here are some Europeans:"

    Don't be obtuse. You are comparing beauty according to racial and cultural differences using ONE standard, that of European.

    "I ignored it because it wasn’t relevant, dear fellow."

    Actually, it is quite relevant to the conversation at hand. You, an alleged English professor, ought to know better when it comes to acknowledging evidence that counters a position, even it makes you uncomfortable.
  230. @syonredux

    “I use the German metric. Are Blacks and Mestizos at the German level of assimilation into Anglo-America? The answer is, no.”

    Actually, the answer is yes.
     
    See, this is when I start to think that you've got to be a parody account. But, on the off-chance that you are simply not terribly bright, I'll try something quite simple: What does being of German ancestry mean in Angl0-American society today? The answer: not much. What does being Black mean in Anglo-American society today? The answer: a great deal. Germans have been assimilated into Anglo-American society, but Blacks have not.

    And it’s not Anglo-America, it’s simply America.
     
    No, it's Anglo-America. I'm not including Latin America and Quebec.

    “Again, dear fellow, Europeans have a lot in common with each other…”

    Again, you are being patently dishonest in your comparison. The commonality here is that the European women who wear similar clothes are attractive by one cultural standard. If you are going to employ that same standard (European), then you must locate similarly attractive women from non-European nations who wear similar clothes.
     
    I'm not comparing varying levels of beauty, dear fellow. I'm noting racial and cultural differences. Here are some Europeans:


    http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-E4iv0a2WMO0/UQO_ISjXf7I/AAAAAAAAaNs/hvaGDpHMidA/s1600/Monica-Bellucci-HD-Wallpapers-57.jpg

    http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_HkbWdsz-H8g/S8A4eoDylTI/AAAAAAAAI2o/qyKB3sIZEjE/s1600/Catherine-Zeta-Jones-14.JPG

    https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/M/MV5BMTI4NjYzNDAwN15BMl5BanBnXkFtZTYwNzMwMjA2._V1_UY1200_CR82,0,630,1200_AL_.jpg


    And here are some Black Africans:

    https://i.pinimg.com/736x/12/4b/6b/124b6b26d1f89404935c222cec80f781--congo-africa.jpg


    https://scubby.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/Khoudia-Diop-The-Melanin-Goddessjpg-1.jpg


    http://www4.pictures.zimbio.com/gi/13th+Annual+AFI+Awards+Arrivals+Gw6N1-lMqr4x.jpg

    Blacks and Europeans are rather different...

    And, I note that you conveniently neglected to address the major points from my last post about the “European ethnic hierarchy” that developed in the late 1800’s. That hit too close to home for you, and deservedly so.

     

    I ignored it because it wasn't relevant, dear fellow.

    ” I’ll try something quite simple: What does being of German ancestry mean in Angl0-American society today? The answer: not much.”

    You mean in American society. And, actually, being a person of German ancestry, like ANY ancestry in our great nation, is a BIG deal.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/German-American_Day

    http://germanyinusa.com/2018/09/05/the-evolution-of-german-american-culture-in-the-united-states/

    https://www.aatg.org/page/NationalGermanWeek

    “What does being Black mean in Anglo-American society today? The answer: a great deal. Germans have been assimilated into Anglo-American society, but Blacks have not.”

    You mean what does it mean for white, black, Asian, Hispanic, or indigenous means for American society? A LOT. We have assimilated. It’s a fact. Learn how to deal with it.

    “I’m not comparing varying levels of beauty, dear fellow. I’m noting racial and cultural differences. Here are some Europeans:”

    Don’t be obtuse. You are comparing beauty according to racial and cultural differences using ONE standard, that of European.

    “I ignored it because it wasn’t relevant, dear fellow.”

    Actually, it is quite relevant to the conversation at hand. You, an alleged English professor, ought to know better when it comes to acknowledging evidence that counters a position, even it makes you uncomfortable.

    • Replies: @syonredux

    ” I’ll try something quite simple: What does being of German ancestry mean in Angl0-American society today? The answer: not much.”

    You mean in American society. And, actually, being a person of German ancestry, like ANY ancestry in our great nation, is a BIG deal.
     
    Is it? How many NYTIMES cover stories have been written in the last ten years about the German-American community? How much pressure is placed on universities to ensure German-American representation? How often do people refer to Eisenhower as a German-American president?

    German ancestry in Anglo-America is meaningless.

    “What does being Black mean in Anglo-American society today? The answer: a great deal. Germans have been assimilated into Anglo-American society, but Blacks have not.”

    You mean what does it mean for white, black, Asian, Hispanic, or indigenous means for American society? A LOT. We have assimilated. It’s a fact. Learn how to deal with it.
     
    Europeans have been assimilated into Anglo-American society, but not Blacks and Latinx. This is Anglo-America:

    https://image.shutterstock.com/z/stock-photo-washington-dc-usa-april-library-of-congress-thomas-jefferson-building-in-washington-269672783.jpg


    And this is African-America:

    http://i2.cdn.turner.com/money/dam/assets/161021134149-african-american-museum-smithsonian-00000816-1024x576.jpg


    This is Anglo-America:

    https://images.trvl-media.com/media/content/shared/images/travelguides/destination/2011/Griffith-Observatory-124522.jpg


    And this is Latinx-America:

    https://jacquelinemhadel.files.wordpress.com/2013/04/canon-chicano-park-214.jpg

    “I’m not comparing varying levels of beauty, dear fellow. I’m noting racial and cultural differences. Here are some Europeans:”

    Don’t be obtuse. You are comparing beauty according to racial and cultural differences using ONE standard, that of European.
     
    No, I'm just noting that Europeans have a lot in common with each other:

    http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-BfbGiHfleyI/UU8vOIscN6I/AAAAAAAAQtU/lkvTfg85KnQ/s1600/Sophia+Loren.jpg




    http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-pJ5RrKslZCk/Tq_bj7qOdMI/AAAAAAAAAV4/ixji0QmoTzo/s1600/penelope_cruz_.jpg


    https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/M/[email protected]@._V1_UY1200_CR68,0,630,1200_AL_.jpg

    But they don't have much in common with Blacks

    https://www.yournextshoes.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/Danai-Gurira-hair-jewelry.jpg


    And Amerinds

    https://i.pinimg.com/736x/3e/dd/0c/3edd0c7401326ccd459748019ffc80cb--spanish-girls-visit-mexico.jpg

    “I ignored it because it wasn’t relevant, dear fellow.”

    Actually, it is quite relevant to the conversation at hand. You, an alleged English professor, ought to know better when it comes to acknowledging evidence that counters a position, even it makes you uncomfortable.
     
    My position is that Blacks and Amerinds are not like Europeans. Remind me, what did your post have to do with that? Did it argue that Blacks and Europeans are really similar?
  231. @Corvinus
    " I’ll try something quite simple: What does being of German ancestry mean in Angl0-American society today? The answer: not much."

    You mean in American society. And, actually, being a person of German ancestry, like ANY ancestry in our great nation, is a BIG deal.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/German-American_Day

    http://germanyinusa.com/2018/09/05/the-evolution-of-german-american-culture-in-the-united-states/

    https://www.aatg.org/page/NationalGermanWeek

    "What does being Black mean in Anglo-American society today? The answer: a great deal. Germans have been assimilated into Anglo-American society, but Blacks have not."

    You mean what does it mean for white, black, Asian, Hispanic, or indigenous means for American society? A LOT. We have assimilated. It's a fact. Learn how to deal with it.

    "I’m not comparing varying levels of beauty, dear fellow. I’m noting racial and cultural differences. Here are some Europeans:"

    Don't be obtuse. You are comparing beauty according to racial and cultural differences using ONE standard, that of European.

    "I ignored it because it wasn’t relevant, dear fellow."

    Actually, it is quite relevant to the conversation at hand. You, an alleged English professor, ought to know better when it comes to acknowledging evidence that counters a position, even it makes you uncomfortable.

    ” I’ll try something quite simple: What does being of German ancestry mean in Angl0-American society today? The answer: not much.”

    You mean in American society. And, actually, being a person of German ancestry, like ANY ancestry in our great nation, is a BIG deal.

    Is it? How many NYTIMES cover stories have been written in the last ten years about the German-American community? How much pressure is placed on universities to ensure German-American representation? How often do people refer to Eisenhower as a German-American president?

    German ancestry in Anglo-America is meaningless.

    “What does being Black mean in Anglo-American society today? The answer: a great deal. Germans have been assimilated into Anglo-American society, but Blacks have not.”

    You mean what does it mean for white, black, Asian, Hispanic, or indigenous means for American society? A LOT. We have assimilated. It’s a fact. Learn how to deal with it.

    Europeans have been assimilated into Anglo-American society, but not Blacks and Latinx. This is Anglo-America:

    And this is African-America:

    This is Anglo-America:

    And this is Latinx-America:

    “I’m not comparing varying levels of beauty, dear fellow. I’m noting racial and cultural differences. Here are some Europeans:”

    Don’t be obtuse. You are comparing beauty according to racial and cultural differences using ONE standard, that of European.

    No, I’m just noting that Europeans have a lot in common with each other:

    But they don’t have much in common with Blacks

    And Amerinds

    “I ignored it because it wasn’t relevant, dear fellow.”

    Actually, it is quite relevant to the conversation at hand. You, an alleged English professor, ought to know better when it comes to acknowledging evidence that counters a position, even it makes you uncomfortable.

    My position is that Blacks and Amerinds are not like Europeans. Remind me, what did your post have to do with that? Did it argue that Blacks and Europeans are really similar?

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