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  1. Funny? Really? Not the word that comes to mind here.

    • Replies: @Almost Missouri
    @Charon

    If I were one of them, I would certainly be laughing.

    It's not like some Americans haven't been noticing the darkly humorous side of The Collapse.

    Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard, @anon

    , @tyrone
    @Charon

    He didn't mean funny,funny….just funny….get it?

    , @Anon
    @Charon

    Yeah, I'm not laughing one bit. This has pissed me off more than any political happening I've seen in my lifetime. We need to actually DO something about this, not snark about it. The window for the Sailer Strategy is closing fast; it may have closed already. It's time to think seriously about the right long term strategy.

    , @Peripatetic Commenter
    @Charon

    Well, you have got to admit that some of the memes are finger-licking good!

    https://gab.com/system/media_attachments/files/056/351/986/original/23b471bb5ef81998.jpg

    , @Regret
    @Charon

    Well, just imagine it happening to someone else. Thats the key to humor, I hear.

    Replies: @englishmike

    , @Mycale
    @Charon

    The most powerful nation on earth is collapsing because a tiny minority of people want more free stuff and the ability to commit crimes without interference, and have the support of most of the government and media. Yea it’s actually pretty hilarious. In one of our best cities, a bunch of freaks took over a section, declared themselves the rulers, while the legitimate government just sits by and cheers. Objectively speaking, that is really really funny. Maybe not so much if you live in Seattle, or maybe.

    The Romans had to deal with actual invading armies after all.

    Replies: @The Alarmist

    , @AnotherDad
    @Charon


    Funny? Really? Not the word that comes to mind here.
     
    From the outside? Rivals? Yes.

    Replies: @Malcolm X-Lax

    , @Desiderius
    @Charon

    https://youtu.be/PVwovBJYHzc?t=122

    , @Amanuensis
    @Charon

    Yes, it's hilarious. Plus tragic, enraging, unnecessary, stupid, and staggeringly immoral. But hostile countries, bankers, zionists, and anyone else cheerily piling on to take us down, most assuredly find the spectacle extremely amusing. "See how clever we are! Look at those incredibly stupid white/black/Muslim people! So much fun to manipulate them for our profit." They've plotted and schemed for decades, if not centuries, and now they are seeing the fruition of their plans.

    , @SFG
    @Charon

    It's funny for our two biggest geopolitical rivals.


    It's not funny for us.

    , @Luke Lea
    @Charon

    Won't be long before Putin is on our side, not Xi's.

    Replies: @Cagey Beast, @Lot

    , @Reg Cæsar
    @Charon


    Funny? Really? Not the word that comes to mind here.

     

    Funny, as in "This cheese tastes funny, don't you agree?"


    https://i.kinja-img.com/gawker-media/image/upload/c_scale,f_auto,fl_progressive,q_80,w_1600/uqbmfey72kvyyux2b50d.jpg
    , @Mike Tre
    @Charon

    Shocking no reference to that scene in Goodfellas yet...

  2. Just like the USSR in the 1990s, A new country was even formed – Seattlistan.

    • LOL: Hibernian
    • Replies: @Thirdtwin
    @Thea

    Stolengrad.

    , @Escher
    @Thea

    The law abiding citizenry created the settlement of Many-a-police.

  3. In 20-30 years entire world will have to come together to fend off China. US may capitalize on that movement to reinvent itself as the leader of the good guys.

    • LOL: GoRedWings!
    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Cpluskx


    In 20-30 years entire world will have to come together to fend off China. US may capitalize on that movement to reinvent itself as the leader of the good guys.
     
    Due to immigration, in 30 years the US will be run by domestic Chinese (including mixed) and other Asians anyways. Whites have been bred out and replaced.
    , @donut
    @Cpluskx

    There's not an appropriate reply to that level of stupidity .

    , @Bucky
    @Cpluskx

    Lol no.

    What has become quite obvious these past few weeks is that the holiness of white liberalism is undergirded by the oppression of black people. Blacks were subjugated and they labored for less than what they were worth.

    White liberalism is a missionary dogma. The declaration of independence would not have been so absolutist if it had not been for Thomas Jefferson having daily intimate contact with slaves and being involved in slavery.

    "Whataboutism" is a real thing, only in the opposite direction. When criticized about slavery and the treatment of the black population, white liberals will go whatabout the--Chinese or whatabout this or that.

    Replies: @Curle

    , @Wilkey
    @Cpluskx


    In 20-30 years entire world will have to come together to fend off China. US may capitalize on that movement to reinvent itself as the leader of the good guys.
     
    Good luck with stopping that. Boris Johnson suggested letting 7.5 million Hong Kongers move to Great Britain and all the “conservatives” here and everywhere were falling over themselves to praise the idea.
    , @Colin Wright
    @Cpluskx

    'In 20-30 years entire world will have to come together to fend off China.'

    Possibly -- but maybe not. They're certainly not saints, but Chinese aren't particularly aggressive -- either individually or collectively. One just tends to wind up doing business with them because it's the best deal in town...and in a few years, guess what?

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Anonymous

    , @Hrw-500
    @Cpluskx

    I guess India will said "Hold my beer".

    Interesting to note then some novels done by Jack London and Tom Clancy titled "The Unparalleled Invasion" and "The Bear and the Dragon" featured stories involving Russia and America joinning their forces against China.

  4. @Charon
    Funny? Really? Not the word that comes to mind here.

    Replies: @Almost Missouri, @tyrone, @Anon, @Peripatetic Commenter, @Regret, @Mycale, @AnotherDad, @Desiderius, @Amanuensis, @SFG, @Luke Lea, @Reg Cæsar, @Mike Tre

    If I were one of them, I would certainly be laughing.

    It’s not like some Americans haven’t been noticing the darkly humorous side of The Collapse.

    • Agree: Old and Grumpy
    • Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard
    @Almost Missouri

    Absolutely.

    Vlad and Xi are probably loading up on popcorn as I write this.

    , @anon
    @Almost Missouri

    We laughed; 24 years back. It is bill paying time now.

    https://img.timeinc.net/time/magazine/archive/covers/1996/1101960715_400.jpg

    Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard

  5. @Charon
    Funny? Really? Not the word that comes to mind here.

    Replies: @Almost Missouri, @tyrone, @Anon, @Peripatetic Commenter, @Regret, @Mycale, @AnotherDad, @Desiderius, @Amanuensis, @SFG, @Luke Lea, @Reg Cæsar, @Mike Tre

    He didn’t mean funny,funny….just funny….get it?

  6. On the contrary America is becoming more powerful than ever.

    Ask mos POC and they will tell you America and the west are racist hellholes.

    Now we are seeing at least conversations about change and an end to hate and oppression.

    America will be stronger than ever if we carry through with victory over white supremacy

    You guys are afraid because to the privileged equality and fairness seem like oppression.

    Mediocre white males losing sinecures and s few unfair advantages is a good thing as we will start to reward talent and pluck

    Either get on board with America the Just or cling to the sorry past

    The choice is yours

    • Replies: @Yawrate
    @TinnyDuk

    I couldn't disagree more. Racial preferences have been going on for 20 years, and this is what we get? Not good enough whitey, bend the knee, swear fealty to us and we may not destroy you?

    And I'll take this opportunity to remind you that the riots, destruction, and death are all taking place in Democrat strongholds. All in areas, that despite the sordid history of the Democrat party, they still hold utter control. Johnson's war on poverty is over and we lost. Economically, if you want more of something then subsidize it.

    There is no oppression or systemic racism. There are mistakes made by police and others, of course, given our flawed natures. And those problems have steadily lessened because of our very humanity and our unique constitution.

    There is nothing in our constitution about equality of outcome. Because that is what you really want. But it's a chimeric fever dream that is contradicted by the clear differences between each of us.

    Think of it this way: there are differences in our hardware, that is, our body shapes, sizes, musculature. Why shouldn't there be differences in our software, that is our mental capabilities?

    Life is essentially tragic...please don't make it worse.

    , @Arturo de Geaube
    @TinnyDuk

    Tiny Duk is either of Asian origin and has a tiny wee but a large brain ; or : Tiny Duk is of African origin in which case he has tiny brain but way-wee warge wee.

    , @Peripatetic Commenter
    @TinnyDuk

    You will never be the same Tiny D*ck as Tiny D*ck but I am sure you go close.

    , @Anonymous
    @TinnyDuk


    America will be stronger than ever if we carry through with victory over white supremacy
     
    Just like Zimbabwe is more powerful than was Rhodesia.
    Or Venezuela is more powerful than it was before the criollos were turned out.
  7. Who knew a level 4 pathogen lab would pay off so big.

    • Agree: wren
    • Replies: @Lagertha
    @tyrone

    The virus not seen but carried around the world.

  8. You need something desperately funny to repudiate 26 trillion of debt.

    Like, Queen Stacey I of Wakanda.

    • LOL: wren
  9. It’s not a superpower, it’s a shopping mall for diversity interests and an all-you-can-eat icecream dispenser for military/bureaucracy/media/academia/expansionist bloodsuckers at home and in the Middle East. And stocks are running low.

    There are also nukes in some silos.

    • Agree: Clyde, JohnnyWalker123
    • Replies: @Stan d Mute
    @El Dato


    There are also nukes in some silos.
     
    And those two ought to be scared shitless. The South Africans were smart enough to dismantle their nuclear capability before handing over the keys to the Bantus.

    Imagine a President Stacy Adams (or whatever the cow’s name is in Georgia) reading an intel briefing (ok, having it read to her) that claims Putin or Xi is insufficiently attracted to her weave..

    Replies: @JohnnyWalker123

  10. See! We need war with Eurasia and Eastasia now!

  11. The only fly in the ointment to this absurd developing spectacle of the most formidable Empire the world has ever seen taking a knee to the Frankenstein monster woke totalitarianism it has brought to life and nurtured to strength within its own laboratory (with Diversity-Inclusion-Equity ideology and a defensive shield of safetyism, “violence” liberally understood, language itself as a medium of white patriarchy control, etc. against the threat posed to any cult of rational discourse) is that it portends to bring Empire’s staging ground, Civilization, down to its knees as well.

    • Replies: @Old Palo Altan
    @John Achterhof

    Although the situation is indeed grave, something called "Evergreen State College" has nothing whatsoever to do with civilisation, but is itself proof that "civilisation" is dead wherever ESC happens to be (I'm not going to waste even a moment finding that out).

    And the kids taking it over aren't "students" in any historically relevant sense of the word.

    Let it go, let them go: neither it or they matter a jot.

    Replies: @John Achterhof

  12. They’re mocking us, shaking hands in the Era of Corona-chan.

  13. “Divide and Conquer” works especially well when your adversary is already divided… half the work is done.

  14. Who’s giving who the Coronavirus?

    • Replies: @Amanuensis
    @danand

    I'm pretty sure Tedros & co are surreptitiously snarfing HCQ, Zpak, and zinc.

  15. OT, but related.

    Do cities tolerate the current spasm of statue destruction because they agree with the “protestors” or it would just save endless hearings, lawsuits etc. or both?

    • Replies: @Curle
    @Con Moto

    Because they are cowards. Just like Mitt.

    Replies: @Mr. Anon

  16. fnn says:

    Czech theoretical physicist Lubos Motl:
    https://motls.blogspot.com/2020/06/hbo-bbc-censor-best-films-ever-us-uk.html#more

    Czech Internet users are just stunned. 98.5% of participants in a poll and a similar fraction of comments at iDNES.cz, a center right server owned (through a trust) by the center left prime minister Babiš, denounce the censorship. The 1000+ comments are wise and creative. They discuss the comparison of this censorship with similar approaches in Nazism and communism – and the fact that our “role model” and “greatest new friend”, the U.S., has become completely mad so very quickly. The percentage is 97% at center left Novinky.cz and the views are similar at Lidovky.cz, the Czech mainstream press’ proxy to “liberal democracy” (but their headline talks about the “beginning of the cultural revolution”).

    Some of you are even ready to offer a legalist defense of a similar atrocious behavior. It is someone’s private company. I don’t give a damn about some “job description” of those who are doing these things – just like I don’t give a damn whether Daesh wants to be called Daesh, ISIS, or IS. I, and almost all people in my nation and others, care about the fact that this behavior is fundamentally evil, infinitely dishonest, obviously widespread across the American and British societies, disrespectful towards all people who disagree and those who have achieved anything, and is clearly heading towards a brutal destruction of the civilization’s most fundamental values, achievements, and mechanisms – and of the people’s basic freedoms and pleasures. The question is whether we want these “cultures” to exist on our planet, not whether they call themselves “private” according to some definition that is absolutely irrelevant for a non-U.S.-citizen like me.

    As a typical citizen of the world’s tenth most peaceful country, I am super-peaceful so I possess absolutely no ready-to-be-followed plans to flatten your cities. But I simply couldn’t hide the feeling of a relief if someone else did it. It’s because by now, I don’t really believe that someone who has the ability to flatten your cities can be worse for the world than you. Iran, China, and Russia can have flaws (and I’ve been worried about many of them many times) but I don’t think that their flaws are as lethally dangerous and deep as yours.

    • Replies: @Dieter Kief
    @fnn

    Czech theoretical physicist Lubos Motl:


    and the fact that our “role model” and “greatest new friend”, the U.S., has become completely mad so very quickly.
     
    And now what, dear neighbors in Czechia?
    , @Old Palo Altan
    @fnn

    It delights me to see the brilliant and often very funny Lubos Motl quoted here. I have followed him with profit for years, and strongly recommend all of you, the STEM people in particular, to stop off at his blog at least twice a week.
    As evident here, he is on the side of the angels (even if he does't believe in them).

  17. @Thea
    Just like the USSR in the 1990s, A new country was even formed - Seattlistan.

    Replies: @Thirdtwin, @Escher

    Stolengrad.

  18. I don’t get it.

    • LOL: fish
    • Replies: @Thirdtwin
    @International Jew

    Putin: I can’t believe that “What about your Negroes” is finally paying off.

    Xi: I know, right? Black Basketball Players Matter!

    , @Harald Balzac
    @International Jew

    I don't either...but I haven't gotten the coronavirus either...yet.

    Can't we all just get along?

    Regards,
    Harry

  19. The difference between the US and Russia/China is that the latter’s leaders have a strong sense of national identity and that their nations deserve greatness. In the US on the other hand, half of our political leaders think our culture needs to be destroyed, and the other half are too busy finding ways to pass legislation to please their corporate donors than pay attention to the people they supposedly represent and whose interests they should safeguard.

    • Thanks: Paul Jolliffe, TomSchmidt
    • LOL: Kronos
    • Replies: @The Other Romanian
    @Arclight

    It's not the leaders, per se, but The Owners of those leaders that have their sights set on ghettoization.

    We know who The Owners are, everyone does... but they're at the top of the Victimhood Pokemon Points structure, they're untouchable.

    ... for now.

    We've already seen cracks in the Saint Floyd retard brigade, but at least those poor fucks don't give a shit about the Shoah, etc.

    , @kpkinsunnyphiladelphia
    @Arclight


    The difference between the US and Russia/China is that the latter’s leaders have a strong sense of national identity and that their nations deserve greatness.
     
    Two peas in a pod, as Forrest Gump might say.

    Then again, what a pod!

    One runs a country that only produces oil, has a crashing birth rate, replete with vodka swilling losers, and where the guys with the money live in London to watch their overpriced soccer teams or are lounging in their custom made villas on the shores of the Adriatic (Do svidaniya crazy Russian winters!)

    Those oligarchs have taken money laundering to a new art form.

    The other runs a country desperately trying to exit the 17th century for a couple hundred millions of its citizens, and to do so, they will cheat, steal, and make tons and tons of plastic trinkets for sale at Walmart and Target. Meanwhile they're working over time to ensure various forms of Han racial displacement in places like inner Mongolia, and, if they can't push out or breed out the ethnic groups -- those crazy Uyghurs just won't stop having babies -- we'll throw them into camps and force feed them pork tenderloin.

    Speaking of pork, they somehow can't seem to keep the little piggies from getting sick and being useless as food. On top of that they wind up infecting vast swaths of the global human population because their chief scientists are so incompetent as they forget to close the doors behind them when they leave the Level 4 virology lab for the evening.

    And millions and millions of young reproductive age males who, given the one child policy, will never get laid.

    And then -- worst of all!! -- Jack Ma, Ma Huateng, and all the other Chinese billionaires are buying up all the good French wine!

    "Greatness." Yeah, that's what's happening.

    Replies: @Anonymous Jew, @Anonymous, @Johnny Smoggins, @anon

    , @BenKenobi
    @Arclight


    half of our political leaders think our culture needs to be destroyed
     
    "It's been been how many years The Authoritarian Personality? Now we've got these people chopping their dicks off!"
    - Mike Enoch, speaking rhetorically
    , @Ed
    @Arclight

    America is now just a place to make money, there’s no unity. A concerted effort from adversaries will bring it down in 20 years or so.

    Replies: @Altai, @The Alarmist, @SunBakedSuburb

    , @AnotherDad
    @Arclight


    The difference between the US and Russia/China is that the latter’s leaders have a strong sense of national identity and that their nations deserve greatness. In the US on the other hand, half of our political leaders think our culture needs to be destroyed, and the other half are too busy finding ways to pass legislation to please their corporate donors than pay attention to the people they supposedly represent and whose interests they should safeguard.
     
    Spot on comment, Arclight.

    What's happened here is the fruit of allowing people who do not feel themselves part of the nation--but separate, apart, alienated--to have great influence and rule. The cancer spreads ... and pretty soon everything, every tradition, every institution is destroyed and your nation is dying.

    Replies: @Gordo, @Arclight

    , @Lot
    @Arclight

    Your faith in the leadership of these two dictatorships is not shared by the leadership itself, which isn’t willing to chance a free press or real elections.

    We’ll eventually see just how much solidarity the billionaire class of China has with their peons when wage rates are high enough to entice third world migrants.

    Ultimately not a good comparison, as core Americans are the heirs of men unwilling to tolerate the yoke, while the Russians and Chinese people submit with bovine resignation.

    Replies: @anon, @Paul Jolliffe

    , @Malcolm X-Lax
    @Arclight


    In the US on the other hand, half of our political leaders think our culture needs to be destroyed
     
    Half = Jews and non-whites mostly, supplemented with ignorant, brainwashed white women.

    and the other half are too busy finding ways to pass legislation to please their corporate donors than pay attention to the people they supposedly represent and whose interests they should safeguard.
     
    This is spot on, though, and why traitors get hanged.

    Replies: @Anon

    , @Altai
    @Arclight

    That's not a very stable given. See Russia before Putin and likely Russia after Putin.

    , @JohnnyWalker123
    @Arclight

    The problem is that there's no solidarity left in the White-American population. The White population is now extremely individualistic, with no sense of broader group identity.

    The typical White feels no affinity for his co-ethnics. He interacts minimally with his neighbors and local community members. Even when dealing with close friends and extended family/clan, he maintains a certain degree of social distance.

    The typical White is socially adrift in a highly atomized world, in which nobody bands together with anybody on any large scale.

    So it's easy for more wealthy or powerful groups to peel off Whites. Whites often get roped into supporting groups who do not share their interests (and often feel outright revulsion for them).

    For example, White Democrats are locked into a coalition with chip-on-the-shoulder Blacks and anti-borders (except for Israel) globalist Jews, who want everyone to celebrate racial marginalization of Whites. Meanwhile, White Republicans are being commanded by Jewish Neocons, who want Red State families to send their sons overseas (and spend trillions of dollars) to fight the Muslim menace.

    So White Democrats feel proud that they stand shoulder-to-shoulder with Blacks and other "diverse" population. White Republicans feel proud that they support Israel and are taking part in a mass-scale genocide in the Middle East.

    How insane is that?

    An entire race of people are being subverted by outsiders.

    White Democrats are willing to allow Blacks and Jewish-controlled Anti-Fa to basically stage a nationwide coup, causing significant destruction to cities in the process. The Republicans want to use the military to slaughter millions and stage coups overseas in the Middle East, bankrupting our country in the process.

    The insanity has hit the breaking point.

    The Jews have turned America into a hideous fusion of Cultural Revolution-era China and Weimar Germany.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @syonredux

    , @Loup-Bouc
    @Arclight


    half of our political leaders think our culture needs to be destroyed
     
    What "culture"?
  20. The US as a superpower and a democratic country is over. The question is whether or not some sort of Roman-like ceasar/leader can squeeze another century or so of American global dominance out the country. Personally, I think I prefer some sort of civil-war (preferably more civil than war) like partition.

  21. I thought the funniest way a superpower was ever brought down was CIA mad scientists cooking up a deadly germ warfare pathogen and saying, Hmm, let’s make sure and try it out on those Massholes, and then everybody getting it and dying like flies.

  22. Did sun tzu not say something about the best battle being one you don’t have to fight because you used underhand methods to achieve the same goal.

    China and Russia encouraging this sort of thing seems to me to be the most obvious thing, but I don’t think I’ve seen a single person suggest it.

    • Replies: @Thea
    @kihowi

    A Russia-China undermining definitely makes more sense than an Israeli conspiracy.

    And some of this was self-inflicted.

    Replies: @Lurker

    , @anonymous
    @kihowi

    Now that you've suggested it:

    What "sort of thing," and how are "Russia and China encouraging" it?

  23. @International Jew
    I don't get it.

    Replies: @Thirdtwin, @Harald Balzac

    Putin: I can’t believe that “What about your Negroes” is finally paying off.

    Xi: I know, right? Black Basketball Players Matter!

    • LOL: Hugo Silva
  24. @International Jew
    I don't get it.

    Replies: @Thirdtwin, @Harald Balzac

    I don’t either…but I haven’t gotten the coronavirus either…yet.

    Can’t we all just get along?

    Regards,
    Harry

  25. If the Chinese government falls, China is still China. It happened many times.

    The USSR is gone, but Russia is still Russia.

    When the USA falls, it’s gone.

    • Replies: @Andy
    @Joe Magarac

    China and Russia are polities based on blood. The USA is a polity based on a piece of paper. As the saying goes, blood is thicker than paper.

  26. Winnie the Pooh is cool with me

  27. Being a superpower is more of a curse than a blessing anyway.

    • Disagree: Father Coughlin
    • Replies: @YetAnotherAnon
    @Cagey Beast

    Paul Kennedy in "The Rise And Fall Of The Great Powers" said that while the point of being a great power was to be able to fight a major war, the way to remain one was not to fight too many of them, noting that WWI and WW2 in quick succession did for British power.

    He also pointed out correctly that


    Great Power ascendency (over the long-term or in specific conflicts) correlates strongly to available resources and economic durability; military "over-stretch" and a concomitant relative decline is the consistent threat facing powers whose ambitions and security requirements are greater than their resource base can provide for
     
    Asia has 52% of world manufacturing output.

    https://howmuch.net/articles/map-worlds-manufacturing-output

    https://cdn.howmuch.net/articles/world-map-manufacturing-output-cb7a.jpg

    1. China: $4T (28.37% of world total)
    2. United States $2.3T (16.65% of world total)
    3. Japan: $1T (7.23% of world total)
    4. Germany: $806B (5.78% of world total)
    5. South Korea: $459B (3.29% of world total)
  28. @Almost Missouri
    @Charon

    If I were one of them, I would certainly be laughing.

    It's not like some Americans haven't been noticing the darkly humorous side of The Collapse.

    Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard, @anon

    Absolutely.

    Vlad and Xi are probably loading up on popcorn as I write this.

  29. Anon[314] • Disclaimer says:
    @Charon
    Funny? Really? Not the word that comes to mind here.

    Replies: @Almost Missouri, @tyrone, @Anon, @Peripatetic Commenter, @Regret, @Mycale, @AnotherDad, @Desiderius, @Amanuensis, @SFG, @Luke Lea, @Reg Cæsar, @Mike Tre

    Yeah, I’m not laughing one bit. This has pissed me off more than any political happening I’ve seen in my lifetime. We need to actually DO something about this, not snark about it. The window for the Sailer Strategy is closing fast; it may have closed already. It’s time to think seriously about the right long term strategy.

  30. Uh do you guys even know about the Tulsa Massacre, slavery, segregation, white supremacy, Jim Crow, touching hair, beuaty standards, etc….

    white “men” have much to answer for

    Now it is time to pay the piper

    • Replies: @Amanuensis
    @Tiny Duck

    Make that "fellow whites" and you're onto something.

  31. Brought down by the rallying cry of the pampered of the earth: “Wokers of the World Unite”

  32. @Charon
    Funny? Really? Not the word that comes to mind here.

    Replies: @Almost Missouri, @tyrone, @Anon, @Peripatetic Commenter, @Regret, @Mycale, @AnotherDad, @Desiderius, @Amanuensis, @SFG, @Luke Lea, @Reg Cæsar, @Mike Tre

    Well, you have got to admit that some of the memes are finger-licking good!

    • LOL: Kronos
  33. I believe that covid-19 escaping the Wuhan lab was either a) an accident b) a CIA operation that backfired against the USA.

    • Replies: @Anon
    @BB753

    I think there is a strong possibility that coronavirus came from US military bioweapons lab in Fort Detrick, MD, which closed down in August, 2019, due to safety concerns:
    https://www.medicaldaily.com/cdc-shuts-down-militarys-deadly-diseases-lab-over-safety-concerns-440475

    A month before, a mystery respiratory illness broke out in a nursing home in Springfield, VA, about an hour southeast of Ft. Detrick, sickened 54 out of 263 residents, killed two and sent 18 to the hospital:
    https://www.cnn.com/2019/07/11/us/virginia-retirement-community-respiratory-illness-outbreak/index.html

    There's been reports that internet searches for respiratory illness started to go up around Sept/Oct 2019 in central China, which could mean coronavirus was in China by then. A friend of a friend who worked in intelligence in DC said that many people already had coronavirus in the DC area last Sept/Oct, they just took antibiotics and got over it.

    Replies: @BB753

  34. OT:

    Editors of The Lancet and the New England Journal of Medicine: Pharmaceutical Companies are so Financially Powerful They Pressure us to Accept Papers

    https://healthimpactnews.com/2020/editors-of-the-lancet-and-the-new-england-journal-of-medicine-pharmaceutical-companies-are-so-financially-powerful-they-pressure-us-to-accept-papers/

    Philippe Douste-Blazy, MD, is a cardiologist and former French Health Minister who served as Under-Secretary General of the United Nations. He was a candidate in 2017 for Director of the World Health Organization.

    In a videotaped interview on May 24, 2020, Dr. Douste-Blazy provided insight into how a series of negative hydroxychloroquine studies got published in prestigious medical journals.

    He revealed that at a recent Chatham House closed door meeting attended by experts only, the editors of both The Lancet and the New England Journal of Medicine expressed their exasperation citing the pressures put on them by pharmaceutical companies.

    He states that each of the editors used the word “criminal” to describe the erosion of science.

    Dr. Douste-Blazy supports the combination treatment –hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) and azithromycin (AZ) for Covid-19 recommended by Dr. Didier Raoult. In April, 2020

    Dr. Douste-Blazy started a petition that has been signed by almost 500,000 French doctors and citizens urging French government officials to permit physicians to prescribe hydroxychloroquine to treat coronavirus patients early, before they require intensive care.

    16 of the panel members selected by NIH to formulate the official COVID-19 Treatment Guidelines – including two of the three co-chairs – were paid by Gilead. They issued guidelines that raised fear, uncertainty, and doubt about the use of HCQ combined with AZ, while raising no fear, doubt, or uncertainty about using Gilead’s unproven, unapproved, drug remdesivir; a drug that has shown mediocre performance in clinical trials. Seven of the NIH panelists failed to disclose their financial ties to Gilead.

    The medical scientific literature is infested with financially motivated, shoddy, studies aimed at promoting products and, when a life-saving, non-patentable product, proves effective, scientists are hired to author study reports that are designed to tarnish scientists’ reputations, and to proclaim findings that refute legitimate findings. In this case, studies designed to “debunk” the effectiveness of hydroxychloroquine against COVID-19.

    • Replies: @Harry Baldwin
    @PiltdownMan

    Thanks for this. We may add that when the financial interests of Big Pharm coincide with the political interest of Big News, things work out very well for the former. Also, of course, Big Pharm owns Big News anyway through its advertising.

    Replies: @Peripatetic Commenter, @Paul Jolliffe, @epebble

    , @El Dato
    @PiltdownMan

    Can we start hanging people from rafters NOW? Or at least "whip until damage has occurred?"

    Especially the Lancet people and whole boardrooms of the pharma deathtrip industry.


    “Surgisphere’s employees have little or no data or scientific background. An employee listed as a science editor appears to be a science fiction author and fantasy artist. Another employee listed as a marketing executive is an adult model and events hostess… until Monday, the “get in touch” link on Surgisphere’s homepage redirected to a WordPress template for a cryptocurrency website, raising questions about how hospitals could easily contact the company to join its database.”
     
    , @Anon
    @PiltdownMan

    The study that got debunked was given the boot after the sources actually got checked. It was quite obvious it was not given a proper peer review in the first place.

    The only thing that prevents proper review is the will to do so. A tough-minded editor would create a better publication. The current editor is a simp and wimp who bends to pressure like a twig instead of standing up for science. He tries to blame everyone else for his own lack of character and ethical standards.

    , @SunBakedSuburb
    @PiltdownMan

    This is shocking news.

    , @Kratoklastes
    @PiltdownMan

    The corruption in academic medical publishing is not news for anyone who has had a passing interest in the issue.

    Speaking of NEJM and the Lancet, former editors (Marcia Angell of NEJM and Richard Horton of the Lancet) have been among the most strident callers-out of the problem, with Horton using the Lancet's editorial page to alert their readerships to the issue.

    Yet somehow, medical research is still considered to be "STEM" - when in reality it's mostly Marketing. It is arguably as bad as Psych or Sociology research, which is saying something given the rank charlatanry of the psychosophasters.

    Turns out that being part of the medical hierarchy is akin to being part of the Curia: it's not an indicator of moral worth or unimpeachable authority, but an indicator of membership of a 'correct line' authoritarian structure.

    The two references below are required reading - especially for those trying to make sense of the COVID19 scam.
    .

    Angell, M (2009) Drug Companies & Doctors: A Story of Corruption, New York Review of Books, Jan 15 2009

    Key quote:


    “It is simply no longer possible to believe much of the clinical research that is published, or to rely on the judgment of trusted physicians or authoritative medical guidelines. I take no pleasure in this conclusion, which I reached slowly and reluctantly over my two decades as editor of The New England Journal of Medicine”
     
    Horton, R (2015) What is medicine’s 5 sigma?, The Lancet, Vol 385 (April 11, 2015) p1380

    Key quote:

    “The case against science is straightforward: much of the scientific literature, perhaps half, may simply be untrue. Afflicted by studies with small sample sizes, tiny effects, invalid exploratory analyses, and flagrant conflicts of interest, together with an obsession for pursuing fashionable trends of dubious importance, science has taken a turn towards darkness”
     
  35. @Arclight
    The difference between the US and Russia/China is that the latter's leaders have a strong sense of national identity and that their nations deserve greatness. In the US on the other hand, half of our political leaders think our culture needs to be destroyed, and the other half are too busy finding ways to pass legislation to please their corporate donors than pay attention to the people they supposedly represent and whose interests they should safeguard.

    Replies: @The Other Romanian, @kpkinsunnyphiladelphia, @BenKenobi, @Ed, @AnotherDad, @Lot, @Malcolm X-Lax, @Altai, @JohnnyWalker123, @Loup-Bouc

    It’s not the leaders, per se, but The Owners of those leaders that have their sights set on ghettoization.

    We know who The Owners are, everyone does… but they’re at the top of the Victimhood Pokemon Points structure, they’re untouchable.

    … for now.

    We’ve already seen cracks in the Saint Floyd retard brigade, but at least those poor fucks don’t give a shit about the Shoah, etc.

    • Agree: Father Coughlin
  36. @Arclight
    The difference between the US and Russia/China is that the latter's leaders have a strong sense of national identity and that their nations deserve greatness. In the US on the other hand, half of our political leaders think our culture needs to be destroyed, and the other half are too busy finding ways to pass legislation to please their corporate donors than pay attention to the people they supposedly represent and whose interests they should safeguard.

    Replies: @The Other Romanian, @kpkinsunnyphiladelphia, @BenKenobi, @Ed, @AnotherDad, @Lot, @Malcolm X-Lax, @Altai, @JohnnyWalker123, @Loup-Bouc

    The difference between the US and Russia/China is that the latter’s leaders have a strong sense of national identity and that their nations deserve greatness.

    Two peas in a pod, as Forrest Gump might say.

    Then again, what a pod!

    One runs a country that only produces oil, has a crashing birth rate, replete with vodka swilling losers, and where the guys with the money live in London to watch their overpriced soccer teams or are lounging in their custom made villas on the shores of the Adriatic (Do svidaniya crazy Russian winters!)

    Those oligarchs have taken money laundering to a new art form.

    The other runs a country desperately trying to exit the 17th century for a couple hundred millions of its citizens, and to do so, they will cheat, steal, and make tons and tons of plastic trinkets for sale at Walmart and Target. Meanwhile they’re working over time to ensure various forms of Han racial displacement in places like inner Mongolia, and, if they can’t push out or breed out the ethnic groups — those crazy Uyghurs just won’t stop having babies — we’ll throw them into camps and force feed them pork tenderloin.

    Speaking of pork, they somehow can’t seem to keep the little piggies from getting sick and being useless as food. On top of that they wind up infecting vast swaths of the global human population because their chief scientists are so incompetent as they forget to close the doors behind them when they leave the Level 4 virology lab for the evening.

    And millions and millions of young reproductive age males who, given the one child policy, will never get laid.

    And then — worst of all!! — Jack Ma, Ma Huateng, and all the other Chinese billionaires are buying up all the good French wine!

    “Greatness.” Yeah, that’s what’s happening.

    • Agree: Lot
    • Replies: @Anonymous Jew
    @kpkinsunnyphiladelphia

    Sounds bad, but not as bad as Diversity (TM).

    Replies: @kpkinsunnyphiladelphia

    , @Anonymous
    @kpkinsunnyphiladelphia

    Regarding fertility rates, the overall US fertility is about the same as Russia's. Moreover, the non-Hispanic white fertility rate in the US is lower than Russia's whiter fertility rate. China's fertility is not that much lower, and it has a much larger population.

    America's billionaire elites are even more remote from the rest of America's population than Russian oligarchs are from ordinary Russians. America's billionaire elites live and travel among a handful of coastal and international cities, and keep lots of money and investments offshore. Culturally and politically, they're much more remote and hostile to ordinary Americans.

    Russia doesn't just produce oil but some of the best military hardware in the world, as well as obscure high tech goods that are nonetheless important. China doesn't just produce low value consumer goods but important component producer goods for high tech products. Chinese battery suppliers for example work with Tesla and other major automakers like BMW.

    As far as the ethnic situation goes, China's situation is much less serious. The non-Han ethnicities like Mongolians and Tibetans are related groups, not like blacks in the US. The Uighurs are a kind of Muslim mestizos. There's no "racial displacement" like in the US, where it seems to be a constant ongoing process beginning first with the Amerindians and now with the whites.

    China's pork supply was infected by African Swine Fever, which spread across Eurasia from the west. Biolabs in the US have leaks and get shutdown not infrequently. Fort Detrick's germ lab was shutdown last year because of a leak.

    Replies: @kaganovitch

    , @Johnny Smoggins
    @kpkinsunnyphiladelphia

    That's a whole lot of cope, son.

    , @anon
    @kpkinsunnyphiladelphia


    “Greatness.” Yeah, that’s what’s happening.
     
    Delusional cope. China is soaring past the US and Russia will still be Russian 50 years from now. The USA won't even be here anymore during that time. It will collapse like the Soviet Union. Bankrupt, Balkanized, and authoritarian oligarchies don't last.
  37. One thing that’s always amazed me is how pluralistic the US is. Everything under the sun is harbored in that nation. The good and bad — it’s all there.

    Santa Fe, home to Los Alamos and all the nuclear high tech that that includes, are also the national home of crystal healing and other New Age fluff, earning it the nickname Fanta Se.
    “Treehuggers” in Washington State driving foot-long steel nails into trees, forcing saw mills to install Soviet derived theremin detectors to shunt out those logs on the conveyor belts.

    The list of such stories about life in the USA can be made nearly endless. Always some disagreement, always some conflict, always some convulsion, but the nation pulls through.

    • Thanks: wren
    • Replies: @Peter D. Bredon
    @Yngvar

    "Santa Fe, home to Los Alamos and all the nuclear high tech that that includes, are also the national home of crystal healing and other New Age fluff, earning it the nickname Fanta Se."

    Or... perhaps not so different?

    “Soviet derived theremin detectors"

    Since the "musical" instrument was indeed Soviet derived, I'm puzzled if this is an auto-correct flub.

    , @Anonymous
    @Yngvar

    We don’t seem to hear the old stories about tree spikers getting the living shit beaten out of them any more. Are they just slicker or what?

  38. Anonymous[306] • Disclaimer says:

    Why would Russia and China want to bring down the United States?

    Putin probably would like to see the United States remain a strong, Christian, European-core country. China’s economy is dependent on a strong United States.

    • Replies: @JohnPlywood
    @Anonymous

    Everybody here is just coping over circumstances they have no control over, looking for conspirators where there are none. On top of that, would like to add this comment section is one of the most pitiable masses of low-T I have ever read. China and Russia have been destroyed and people are acting like a few riots (never unbecoming of American history) mean jack shit.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    , @Polynikes
    @Anonymous

    Better to reign in hell than serve in heaven.

  39. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fabian_Society

    Some suppose that The German Empire was brought down because Kaiser Wilhelm was a screw ball. Which is unfair because pretty much each Euro Empire was fun by screwballs by 1914.

    But the amazing thing is the Euro-Tards can’t come up with their own original form of stupid and have to copy a shoddy American stupid. The 21st century appears to be becoming the American century.

    I am kind of saddened an African nation is copying the US of A word for word.

    Black Lives Matter protest holds in Victoria Island, Lagos, under the rain; Nigerians react
    https://www.lindaikejisblog.com/2020/6/black-lives-matter-protest-holds-in-victoria-island-lagos-under-the-rain-nigerians-react-2.html

  40. @PiltdownMan
    OT:


    Editors of The Lancet and the New England Journal of Medicine: Pharmaceutical Companies are so Financially Powerful They Pressure us to Accept Papers

    https://healthimpactnews.com/2020/editors-of-the-lancet-and-the-new-england-journal-of-medicine-pharmaceutical-companies-are-so-financially-powerful-they-pressure-us-to-accept-papers/
     


    Philippe Douste-Blazy, MD, is a cardiologist and former French Health Minister who served as Under-Secretary General of the United Nations. He was a candidate in 2017 for Director of the World Health Organization.

    In a videotaped interview on May 24, 2020, Dr. Douste-Blazy provided insight into how a series of negative hydroxychloroquine studies got published in prestigious medical journals.

    He revealed that at a recent Chatham House closed door meeting attended by experts only, the editors of both The Lancet and the New England Journal of Medicine expressed their exasperation citing the pressures put on them by pharmaceutical companies.

    He states that each of the editors used the word “criminal” to describe the erosion of science.
    ...

    Dr. Douste-Blazy supports the combination treatment –hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) and azithromycin (AZ) for Covid-19 recommended by Dr. Didier Raoult. In April, 2020

    Dr. Douste-Blazy started a petition that has been signed by almost 500,000 French doctors and citizens urging French government officials to permit physicians to prescribe hydroxychloroquine to treat coronavirus patients early, before they require intensive care.
    ...

    16 of the panel members selected by NIH to formulate the official COVID-19 Treatment Guidelines – including two of the three co-chairs – were paid by Gilead. They issued guidelines that raised fear, uncertainty, and doubt about the use of HCQ combined with AZ, while raising no fear, doubt, or uncertainty about using Gilead’s unproven, unapproved, drug remdesivir; a drug that has shown mediocre performance in clinical trials. Seven of the NIH panelists failed to disclose their financial ties to Gilead.

    The medical scientific literature is infested with financially motivated, shoddy, studies aimed at promoting products and, when a life-saving, non-patentable product, proves effective, scientists are hired to author study reports that are designed to tarnish scientists’ reputations, and to proclaim findings that refute legitimate findings. In this case, studies designed to “debunk” the effectiveness of hydroxychloroquine against COVID-19.
     

    Replies: @Harry Baldwin, @El Dato, @Anon, @SunBakedSuburb, @Kratoklastes

    Thanks for this. We may add that when the financial interests of Big Pharm coincide with the political interest of Big News, things work out very well for the former. Also, of course, Big Pharm owns Big News anyway through its advertising.

    • Replies: @Peripatetic Commenter, @Paul Jolliffe
    @Harry Baldwin

    And don't forget, if anyone (i.e. an official at HHS who was in charge of lowering prescription drug prices) actually crossed Big Pharma, well, of course it was just a coincidence that they wound up a "suicide". . . with "multiple blunt force trauma"!

    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-11-19/death-hhs-official-tasked-lowering-drug-prices-ruled-suicide-found-multiple-blunt

    , @epebble
    @Harry Baldwin

    Your comment does not apply to non-U.S. countries I suppose? I don't see a rush to grab AZT protocol by the likes of Iran, Brazil, Mexico etc., who are having large infections and deaths but no need to court Remdesivir/BigPh. AZT is freely available protocol costing a few pennies; any barefoot doctor in the world can prescribe it. Heck, in most places, a chemist will sell it like Aspirin.

    Replies: @anon

  41. Anonymous[382] • Disclaimer says:

    Our leaders are either low T guys or women. It’s an estrogen soaked country. Prone to moral panics ie hysteria.

    Trump is a fraud. Surrounded by girl advisors. Ivanka, Hicks, Conway, and the NSC woman picked recently by Jared. They are lib losers completely unable to bring us out of this tailspin. It’s like a Weimer Republic meltdown with the money printing presented as a solution.

    This article link below shows the liberal rot inside Trump’s mind. Female strategery in the NSC. In case of war none of these girls are going to be effective in the battle.

    https://thefederalist.com/2020/06/10/historic-first-under-trump-half-of-national-security-council-leaders-are-women/

  42. @Charon
    Funny? Really? Not the word that comes to mind here.

    Replies: @Almost Missouri, @tyrone, @Anon, @Peripatetic Commenter, @Regret, @Mycale, @AnotherDad, @Desiderius, @Amanuensis, @SFG, @Luke Lea, @Reg Cæsar, @Mike Tre

    Well, just imagine it happening to someone else. Thats the key to humor, I hear.

    • LOL: HammerJack
    • Replies: @englishmike
    @Regret

    As someone once said: "Tragedy is when *I* slip on the banana skin."

  43. Dunno about Putin but common Russians be like:

    I noticed that they get especially angry about the destruction of Confederate monuments. Which is odd, because during the Civil War Russia supported the Union.

    • Replies: @Cagey Beast
    @inertial

    I noticed that they get especially angry about the destruction of Confederate monuments. Which is odd, because during the Civil War Russia supported the Union.

    Too much has changed for that to be surprising. Canada and Britain were sympathetic to the Confederacy back then. Canada expressly chose to form a Confederation just two years after your civil war ended. As I said, things change.

  44. @Charon
    Funny? Really? Not the word that comes to mind here.

    Replies: @Almost Missouri, @tyrone, @Anon, @Peripatetic Commenter, @Regret, @Mycale, @AnotherDad, @Desiderius, @Amanuensis, @SFG, @Luke Lea, @Reg Cæsar, @Mike Tre

    The most powerful nation on earth is collapsing because a tiny minority of people want more free stuff and the ability to commit crimes without interference, and have the support of most of the government and media. Yea it’s actually pretty hilarious. In one of our best cities, a bunch of freaks took over a section, declared themselves the rulers, while the legitimate government just sits by and cheers. Objectively speaking, that is really really funny. Maybe not so much if you live in Seattle, or maybe.

    The Romans had to deal with actual invading armies after all.

    • Replies: @The Alarmist
    @Mycale


    The Romans had to deal with actual invading armies after all.
     
    Perhaps in earlier days, but in later days Rome was overrun by hordes of illegal migrants who were looking for a better life within the safety of the Empire as they fled even badder-ass hordes from the East.
  45. Anonymous[382] • Disclaimer says:

    Appearances matter. Look at Trump’s new press secretary. She dresses sexy casual like a girl on vacation. No business attire. It’s a strong signal being sent out on video screens around the world that we are not serious.

    MATRIARCHY = COLLAPSE

    No institution can maintain discipline once the women get into leadership positions.

  46. I’m totally lost with this. Only I can assume that Mr. Sailer thinks an agreement between Russia and China would “bring” the “superpower” United States “down”. There are so many strange presuppositions in this assumption that I don’t know what to make with it.

    • Replies: @Cloudswrest
    @Stogumber

    I doubt Steve Sailer is thinking anything of the sort. Sounds like projection/strawman/concern trolling.

  47. @Arclight
    The difference between the US and Russia/China is that the latter's leaders have a strong sense of national identity and that their nations deserve greatness. In the US on the other hand, half of our political leaders think our culture needs to be destroyed, and the other half are too busy finding ways to pass legislation to please their corporate donors than pay attention to the people they supposedly represent and whose interests they should safeguard.

    Replies: @The Other Romanian, @kpkinsunnyphiladelphia, @BenKenobi, @Ed, @AnotherDad, @Lot, @Malcolm X-Lax, @Altai, @JohnnyWalker123, @Loup-Bouc

    half of our political leaders think our culture needs to be destroyed

    “It’s been been how many years The Authoritarian Personality? Now we’ve got these people chopping their dicks off!”
    – Mike Enoch, speaking rhetorically

  48. @Harry Baldwin
    @PiltdownMan

    Thanks for this. We may add that when the financial interests of Big Pharm coincide with the political interest of Big News, things work out very well for the former. Also, of course, Big Pharm owns Big News anyway through its advertising.

    Replies: @Peripatetic Commenter, @Paul Jolliffe, @epebble

  49. Anon[176] • Disclaimer says:

    Yesterday the GOP House was working on pushing Iran around. But what about the GOP Senate? I’m sure they must’ve taken this ongoing violent leftist overthrow seriously??

    Excellent, the GOP Senate is working on rectifying things.

    Thank God, now Tom Cotton, who fully supported the amendment, can get back to his important work of bashing China and cheerleading for Israel!

  50. @Charon
    Funny? Really? Not the word that comes to mind here.

    Replies: @Almost Missouri, @tyrone, @Anon, @Peripatetic Commenter, @Regret, @Mycale, @AnotherDad, @Desiderius, @Amanuensis, @SFG, @Luke Lea, @Reg Cæsar, @Mike Tre

    Funny? Really? Not the word that comes to mind here.

    From the outside? Rivals? Yes.

    • Replies: @Malcolm X-Lax
    @AnotherDad

    I wonder what average Russians think of N. America and Europe being overwhelmed (or soon-to-be overwhelmed) by third world people and third world politics. I doubt most are cheerleading. The Chinese probably don’t care much. They may shake their heads that we’ve allowed this to happen, though.

    Replies: @LoutishAngloQuebecker

  51. Remember a couple of years back when the big fear was foreign enemies exploiting our more gullible activists to disrupt society?
    Remember how our security services said they were on it?

  52. @Arclight
    The difference between the US and Russia/China is that the latter's leaders have a strong sense of national identity and that their nations deserve greatness. In the US on the other hand, half of our political leaders think our culture needs to be destroyed, and the other half are too busy finding ways to pass legislation to please their corporate donors than pay attention to the people they supposedly represent and whose interests they should safeguard.

    Replies: @The Other Romanian, @kpkinsunnyphiladelphia, @BenKenobi, @Ed, @AnotherDad, @Lot, @Malcolm X-Lax, @Altai, @JohnnyWalker123, @Loup-Bouc

    America is now just a place to make money, there’s no unity. A concerted effort from adversaries will bring it down in 20 years or so.

    • Replies: @Altai
    @Ed

    I'm afraid that line applies to all Western countries now. Some much more than others but the lagging gap seems to get smaller every day. What might have taken 20 years in Ireland will take 10 in Poland.

    , @The Alarmist
    @Ed


    America is now just a place to make money, there’s no unity.
     
    Don't worry, DC is on it. By the time they're done, the only people making money will be the top 100 oligarchs and their political hangers-on.
    , @SunBakedSuburb
    @Ed

    "America is now just a place to make money"

    If you're Ava DuVernay.

    "A concerted effort from adversaries will bring it down in 20 years or so"

    A biological weapon with an accompanying psyop campaign and racial terrorism helped along by CIA allies like the Pakistani ISI are probably going to bring it down by the end of the year. However, when Skull-face Biden is elected and the Obama-Holder-Jarrett cabal is back in the Executive Branch the virus will probably disappear from the reportage of the NYC-DC media hive and racial tensions undoubtedly will ease. Vote Skull-face!

    Replies: @Inquiring Mind

  53. @Harry Baldwin
    @PiltdownMan

    Thanks for this. We may add that when the financial interests of Big Pharm coincide with the political interest of Big News, things work out very well for the former. Also, of course, Big Pharm owns Big News anyway through its advertising.

    Replies: @Peripatetic Commenter, @Paul Jolliffe, @epebble

    And don’t forget, if anyone (i.e. an official at HHS who was in charge of lowering prescription drug prices) actually crossed Big Pharma, well, of course it was just a coincidence that they wound up a “suicide”. . . with “multiple blunt force trauma”!

    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-11-19/death-hhs-official-tasked-lowering-drug-prices-ruled-suicide-found-multiple-blunt

  54. @PiltdownMan
    OT:


    Editors of The Lancet and the New England Journal of Medicine: Pharmaceutical Companies are so Financially Powerful They Pressure us to Accept Papers

    https://healthimpactnews.com/2020/editors-of-the-lancet-and-the-new-england-journal-of-medicine-pharmaceutical-companies-are-so-financially-powerful-they-pressure-us-to-accept-papers/
     


    Philippe Douste-Blazy, MD, is a cardiologist and former French Health Minister who served as Under-Secretary General of the United Nations. He was a candidate in 2017 for Director of the World Health Organization.

    In a videotaped interview on May 24, 2020, Dr. Douste-Blazy provided insight into how a series of negative hydroxychloroquine studies got published in prestigious medical journals.

    He revealed that at a recent Chatham House closed door meeting attended by experts only, the editors of both The Lancet and the New England Journal of Medicine expressed their exasperation citing the pressures put on them by pharmaceutical companies.

    He states that each of the editors used the word “criminal” to describe the erosion of science.
    ...

    Dr. Douste-Blazy supports the combination treatment –hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) and azithromycin (AZ) for Covid-19 recommended by Dr. Didier Raoult. In April, 2020

    Dr. Douste-Blazy started a petition that has been signed by almost 500,000 French doctors and citizens urging French government officials to permit physicians to prescribe hydroxychloroquine to treat coronavirus patients early, before they require intensive care.
    ...

    16 of the panel members selected by NIH to formulate the official COVID-19 Treatment Guidelines – including two of the three co-chairs – were paid by Gilead. They issued guidelines that raised fear, uncertainty, and doubt about the use of HCQ combined with AZ, while raising no fear, doubt, or uncertainty about using Gilead’s unproven, unapproved, drug remdesivir; a drug that has shown mediocre performance in clinical trials. Seven of the NIH panelists failed to disclose their financial ties to Gilead.

    The medical scientific literature is infested with financially motivated, shoddy, studies aimed at promoting products and, when a life-saving, non-patentable product, proves effective, scientists are hired to author study reports that are designed to tarnish scientists’ reputations, and to proclaim findings that refute legitimate findings. In this case, studies designed to “debunk” the effectiveness of hydroxychloroquine against COVID-19.
     

    Replies: @Harry Baldwin, @El Dato, @Anon, @SunBakedSuburb, @Kratoklastes

    Can we start hanging people from rafters NOW? Or at least “whip until damage has occurred?”

    Especially the Lancet people and whole boardrooms of the pharma deathtrip industry.

    “Surgisphere’s employees have little or no data or scientific background. An employee listed as a science editor appears to be a science fiction author and fantasy artist. Another employee listed as a marketing executive is an adult model and events hostess… until Monday, the “get in touch” link on Surgisphere’s homepage redirected to a WordPress template for a cryptocurrency website, raising questions about how hospitals could easily contact the company to join its database.”

  55. @Arclight
    The difference between the US and Russia/China is that the latter's leaders have a strong sense of national identity and that their nations deserve greatness. In the US on the other hand, half of our political leaders think our culture needs to be destroyed, and the other half are too busy finding ways to pass legislation to please their corporate donors than pay attention to the people they supposedly represent and whose interests they should safeguard.

    Replies: @The Other Romanian, @kpkinsunnyphiladelphia, @BenKenobi, @Ed, @AnotherDad, @Lot, @Malcolm X-Lax, @Altai, @JohnnyWalker123, @Loup-Bouc

    The difference between the US and Russia/China is that the latter’s leaders have a strong sense of national identity and that their nations deserve greatness. In the US on the other hand, half of our political leaders think our culture needs to be destroyed, and the other half are too busy finding ways to pass legislation to please their corporate donors than pay attention to the people they supposedly represent and whose interests they should safeguard.

    Spot on comment, Arclight.

    What’s happened here is the fruit of allowing people who do not feel themselves part of the nation–but separate, apart, alienated–to have great influence and rule. The cancer spreads … and pretty soon everything, every tradition, every institution is destroyed and your nation is dying.

    • Replies: @Gordo
    @AnotherDad


    What’s happened here is the fruit of allowing people who do not feel themselves part of the nation–but separate, apart, alienated–to have great influence and rule. The cancer spreads … and pretty soon everything, every tradition, every institution is destroyed and your nation is dying.
     
    US and UK deep states have failed.

    Replies: @ben tillman

    , @Arclight
    @AnotherDad

    I think a lot of this goes the abandonment of assimilation as the ideal and the push for multiculturalism (obviously far too much immigration at the same time). So not only have we celebrated separateness, but the contrast between the majority population and the various minorities became extremely stark, with the latter reacting to it defensively, which was accommodated by the left and portions of the right.

    So basically we have a balkanized country with Steve's patented Coalition of the Fringes ascendant. It won't last because no movement with so many competing constituencies can, but the collateral damage to our society will be tremendous.

    Replies: @epebble

  56. Lot says:
    @Arclight
    The difference between the US and Russia/China is that the latter's leaders have a strong sense of national identity and that their nations deserve greatness. In the US on the other hand, half of our political leaders think our culture needs to be destroyed, and the other half are too busy finding ways to pass legislation to please their corporate donors than pay attention to the people they supposedly represent and whose interests they should safeguard.

    Replies: @The Other Romanian, @kpkinsunnyphiladelphia, @BenKenobi, @Ed, @AnotherDad, @Lot, @Malcolm X-Lax, @Altai, @JohnnyWalker123, @Loup-Bouc

    Your faith in the leadership of these two dictatorships is not shared by the leadership itself, which isn’t willing to chance a free press or real elections.

    We’ll eventually see just how much solidarity the billionaire class of China has with their peons when wage rates are high enough to entice third world migrants.

    Ultimately not a good comparison, as core Americans are the heirs of men unwilling to tolerate the yoke, while the Russians and Chinese people submit with bovine resignation.

    • Agree: Redneck farmer
    • Replies: @anon
    @Lot

    Your faith in the leadership of these two dictatorships is not shared by the leadership itself, which isn’t willing to chance a free press or real elections.

    I don't see any faith in any dictatorship. Arclight was merely pointing out that both Putin and Xe have some liking for Russians / Chinese and do not wish bad stuff for their people. In stark contrast to the US, where hating 65% of the population is not just sport, it's becoming mandatory. From the kindergarten to the hospice, everyone is more and more required to hate wypipo.

    Try to keep up.

    , @Paul Jolliffe
    @Lot

    Lot said:

    "We’ll eventually see just how much solidarity the billionaire class of China has with their peons when wage rates are high enough to entice third world migrants."

    Well, eventually that may happen, but with 1.3 billion people, upward pressure on Chinese wages won't happen anytime soon, probably not for decades.

  57. @Harry Baldwin
    @PiltdownMan

    Thanks for this. We may add that when the financial interests of Big Pharm coincide with the political interest of Big News, things work out very well for the former. Also, of course, Big Pharm owns Big News anyway through its advertising.

    Replies: @Peripatetic Commenter, @Paul Jolliffe, @epebble

    Your comment does not apply to non-U.S. countries I suppose? I don’t see a rush to grab AZT protocol by the likes of Iran, Brazil, Mexico etc., who are having large infections and deaths but no need to court Remdesivir/BigPh. AZT is freely available protocol costing a few pennies; any barefoot doctor in the world can prescribe it. Heck, in most places, a chemist will sell it like Aspirin.

    • Replies: @anon
    @epebble

    I don’t see a rush to grab AZT protocol by the likes of Iran, Brazil, Mexico etc.,

    What protocols for treating SARS-2 do you see being used by the likes of Iran, Brazil, Mexico, etc.?

    Please be specific, and use cites if possible.

    Replies: @epebble

  58. Altai [AKA "Altai_2"] says:

    We have also borne witness to the greatest ever ‘X, here’.

    Sarah Parcak is particularly crazy and shows up from time to time but mostly in the usual way you’d expect from a woman who would have been the town moral scold during an era where religious adherence was a high status thing. For her to be promoting violent property damage on her official Twitter while acting as a professor is amazing. This won’t stop until it’s stopped.

    The above thread is her using her ‘bonafides’ as an Egyptologist on how to best topple an obelisk like the one in Birmingham Alabama that the antifa protestors failed to take down on Sunday before taking out their frustration on the surrounding area like a mean alcoholic father on his children.

    https://www.al.com/news/2020/06/when-a-confederate-monument-wouldnt-fall-rioters-turned-on-birmingham.html

    • Replies: @Amanuensis
    @Altai

    I'm assuming we're looking at bringing down the Washington Monument, then? That's a tall order, Sarah.

    , @Known Fact
    @Altai

    Imagine how many hapless rioters could be crushed when that giant phallus comes down

  59. Anon[640] • Disclaimer says:
    @PiltdownMan
    OT:


    Editors of The Lancet and the New England Journal of Medicine: Pharmaceutical Companies are so Financially Powerful They Pressure us to Accept Papers

    https://healthimpactnews.com/2020/editors-of-the-lancet-and-the-new-england-journal-of-medicine-pharmaceutical-companies-are-so-financially-powerful-they-pressure-us-to-accept-papers/
     


    Philippe Douste-Blazy, MD, is a cardiologist and former French Health Minister who served as Under-Secretary General of the United Nations. He was a candidate in 2017 for Director of the World Health Organization.

    In a videotaped interview on May 24, 2020, Dr. Douste-Blazy provided insight into how a series of negative hydroxychloroquine studies got published in prestigious medical journals.

    He revealed that at a recent Chatham House closed door meeting attended by experts only, the editors of both The Lancet and the New England Journal of Medicine expressed their exasperation citing the pressures put on them by pharmaceutical companies.

    He states that each of the editors used the word “criminal” to describe the erosion of science.
    ...

    Dr. Douste-Blazy supports the combination treatment –hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) and azithromycin (AZ) for Covid-19 recommended by Dr. Didier Raoult. In April, 2020

    Dr. Douste-Blazy started a petition that has been signed by almost 500,000 French doctors and citizens urging French government officials to permit physicians to prescribe hydroxychloroquine to treat coronavirus patients early, before they require intensive care.
    ...

    16 of the panel members selected by NIH to formulate the official COVID-19 Treatment Guidelines – including two of the three co-chairs – were paid by Gilead. They issued guidelines that raised fear, uncertainty, and doubt about the use of HCQ combined with AZ, while raising no fear, doubt, or uncertainty about using Gilead’s unproven, unapproved, drug remdesivir; a drug that has shown mediocre performance in clinical trials. Seven of the NIH panelists failed to disclose their financial ties to Gilead.

    The medical scientific literature is infested with financially motivated, shoddy, studies aimed at promoting products and, when a life-saving, non-patentable product, proves effective, scientists are hired to author study reports that are designed to tarnish scientists’ reputations, and to proclaim findings that refute legitimate findings. In this case, studies designed to “debunk” the effectiveness of hydroxychloroquine against COVID-19.
     

    Replies: @Harry Baldwin, @El Dato, @Anon, @SunBakedSuburb, @Kratoklastes

    The study that got debunked was given the boot after the sources actually got checked. It was quite obvious it was not given a proper peer review in the first place.

    The only thing that prevents proper review is the will to do so. A tough-minded editor would create a better publication. The current editor is a simp and wimp who bends to pressure like a twig instead of standing up for science. He tries to blame everyone else for his own lack of character and ethical standards.

  60. Multiculturalism is another way to bring down a superpower: Watch it tear itself apart. The barbarians are at the gate technique.

  61. Altai [AKA "Altai_2"] says:
    @Ed
    @Arclight

    America is now just a place to make money, there’s no unity. A concerted effort from adversaries will bring it down in 20 years or so.

    Replies: @Altai, @The Alarmist, @SunBakedSuburb

    I’m afraid that line applies to all Western countries now. Some much more than others but the lagging gap seems to get smaller every day. What might have taken 20 years in Ireland will take 10 in Poland.

  62. @Almost Missouri
    @Charon

    If I were one of them, I would certainly be laughing.

    It's not like some Americans haven't been noticing the darkly humorous side of The Collapse.

    Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard, @anon

    We laughed; 24 years back. It is bill paying time now.

    • Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard
    @anon

    Well, like him or not, one has to admit that Putin has done a masterful job playing one of the crummiest hands ever dealt to a national leader.

  63. @Arclight
    The difference between the US and Russia/China is that the latter's leaders have a strong sense of national identity and that their nations deserve greatness. In the US on the other hand, half of our political leaders think our culture needs to be destroyed, and the other half are too busy finding ways to pass legislation to please their corporate donors than pay attention to the people they supposedly represent and whose interests they should safeguard.

    Replies: @The Other Romanian, @kpkinsunnyphiladelphia, @BenKenobi, @Ed, @AnotherDad, @Lot, @Malcolm X-Lax, @Altai, @JohnnyWalker123, @Loup-Bouc

    In the US on the other hand, half of our political leaders think our culture needs to be destroyed

    Half = Jews and non-whites mostly, supplemented with ignorant, brainwashed white women.

    and the other half are too busy finding ways to pass legislation to please their corporate donors than pay attention to the people they supposedly represent and whose interests they should safeguard.

    This is spot on, though, and why traitors get hanged.

    • Replies: @Anon
    @Malcolm X-Lax

    Sexual liberation, abortion, professional ambition, affluence, cushy life, et al., have destroyed the soul of white women.

    https://twitter.com/ClaireWyckoff/status/1270169193896226817?s=20

  64. Altai [AKA "Altai_2"] says:
    @Arclight
    The difference between the US and Russia/China is that the latter's leaders have a strong sense of national identity and that their nations deserve greatness. In the US on the other hand, half of our political leaders think our culture needs to be destroyed, and the other half are too busy finding ways to pass legislation to please their corporate donors than pay attention to the people they supposedly represent and whose interests they should safeguard.

    Replies: @The Other Romanian, @kpkinsunnyphiladelphia, @BenKenobi, @Ed, @AnotherDad, @Lot, @Malcolm X-Lax, @Altai, @JohnnyWalker123, @Loup-Bouc

    That’s not a very stable given. See Russia before Putin and likely Russia after Putin.

  65. @AnotherDad
    @Arclight


    The difference between the US and Russia/China is that the latter’s leaders have a strong sense of national identity and that their nations deserve greatness. In the US on the other hand, half of our political leaders think our culture needs to be destroyed, and the other half are too busy finding ways to pass legislation to please their corporate donors than pay attention to the people they supposedly represent and whose interests they should safeguard.
     
    Spot on comment, Arclight.

    What's happened here is the fruit of allowing people who do not feel themselves part of the nation--but separate, apart, alienated--to have great influence and rule. The cancer spreads ... and pretty soon everything, every tradition, every institution is destroyed and your nation is dying.

    Replies: @Gordo, @Arclight

    What’s happened here is the fruit of allowing people who do not feel themselves part of the nation–but separate, apart, alienated–to have great influence and rule. The cancer spreads … and pretty soon everything, every tradition, every institution is destroyed and your nation is dying.

    US and UK deep states have failed.

    • Replies: @ben tillman
    @Gordo


    US and UK deep states have failed.
     
    I'd like to think that's true, but you're going to have to explain it to me.

    Replies: @Gordo

  66. @Ed
    @Arclight

    America is now just a place to make money, there’s no unity. A concerted effort from adversaries will bring it down in 20 years or so.

    Replies: @Altai, @The Alarmist, @SunBakedSuburb

    America is now just a place to make money, there’s no unity.

    Don’t worry, DC is on it. By the time they’re done, the only people making money will be the top 100 oligarchs and their political hangers-on.

  67. • Replies: @Cortes
    @Joe Stalin

    One of the greatest films ever!

  68. If there was ever one photograph which could be entitled “The Democrat Party’s Dilemma” it’s this one.

  69. Abe says:

    Father’s Day is coming up. Show your anti-racist bonafides by NOT honoring your own father, who is likely white and therefore racist, but some black father instead, who is black, and therefore automatically anti-racist. Sure this random black guy, statistically speaking, did not likely marry the mother of his own kids, and almost certainly did not stick around (again, statistically speaking) to raise them (let alone financially support them). But he is not white, so he is still automatically better than your own dad. He is better than Mitt Romney. He is better than Jeff Bezos. He is better than Bill Gates. He is better than Bill Clinton. Files Romney/Bezos/Gates, show your anti-racist leadership by not honoring your own father; in fact, better you rat him out this year on social media- did he ever tell you to avoid a ‘sketchy’ area of town? Did he ever talk about ‘super-predators?’ Black Twitter wanna know!

    • Replies: @Stan Adams
    @Abe

    In my own family, I have an example of a “successful” white woman/black man marriage. The white woman is bipolar and borderline psychotic, and the black man is surprisingly sane and responsible. It’s a match made in hell.

    My cousin (my mother’s sister’s daughter) has been married to the father of her kids for over a decade. They have two children - a son and a daughter.

    He’s a nice guy - not bright, but well-behaved - who always brings home the bacon. He has a non-confrontational, even docile, personality - my cousin and my aunt yell and scream at him and he just takes it. (He’s the kind of black guy other blacks would describe as a “house ni**er.”) Honestly, my sympathies lie mostly with him. He didn’t realize what he was getting himself into.

    He works long hours (with good pay and benefits) for a county agency. She’s a “stay-at-home mom” - i.e., she stays at home and gets shit-faced drunk all the time while the kids run around like wild animals. (They’ve already had some dealings with CPS.) They live with my widowed aunt, who mostly hides in her room and watches Netflix all day.

    They’re both miserable. My cousin has absolute contempt for her husband. She still pines after the rich Cuban guy whose baby she aborted.

    Both spouses have cheated on each other over the years. Most recently, she had a lesbian fling with a Mexican. (They did coke together.)

    When my aunt found out about the lesbian affair, she downed a bottle of wine, got absolutely smashed, and called the police to report that my cousin had been kidnapped by a “drug lord.” The police ended up having my aunt involuntarily committed.

    Never a dull moment at that house.

    The son will have to repeat the second grade next year. It’s the teacher’s fault, of course.

    Replies: @Anonymous

  70. I don’t get it. What’s the joke here?

    • Agree: Lurker
    • Replies: @Brás Cubas
    @jamie b.

    My take is that Steve is saying that China and Russia are having a field day watching the U.S. self destroy over a nothingburger.

  71. @AnotherDad
    @Charon


    Funny? Really? Not the word that comes to mind here.
     
    From the outside? Rivals? Yes.

    Replies: @Malcolm X-Lax

    I wonder what average Russians think of N. America and Europe being overwhelmed (or soon-to-be overwhelmed) by third world people and third world politics. I doubt most are cheerleading. The Chinese probably don’t care much. They may shake their heads that we’ve allowed this to happen, though.

    • Replies: @LoutishAngloQuebecker
    @Malcolm X-Lax

    They don't care. They are kind of puzzled but also smug because their #1 competition just decided to commit suicide.

    Roundeye be nuts, I guess.

  72. @PiltdownMan
    OT:


    Editors of The Lancet and the New England Journal of Medicine: Pharmaceutical Companies are so Financially Powerful They Pressure us to Accept Papers

    https://healthimpactnews.com/2020/editors-of-the-lancet-and-the-new-england-journal-of-medicine-pharmaceutical-companies-are-so-financially-powerful-they-pressure-us-to-accept-papers/
     


    Philippe Douste-Blazy, MD, is a cardiologist and former French Health Minister who served as Under-Secretary General of the United Nations. He was a candidate in 2017 for Director of the World Health Organization.

    In a videotaped interview on May 24, 2020, Dr. Douste-Blazy provided insight into how a series of negative hydroxychloroquine studies got published in prestigious medical journals.

    He revealed that at a recent Chatham House closed door meeting attended by experts only, the editors of both The Lancet and the New England Journal of Medicine expressed their exasperation citing the pressures put on them by pharmaceutical companies.

    He states that each of the editors used the word “criminal” to describe the erosion of science.
    ...

    Dr. Douste-Blazy supports the combination treatment –hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) and azithromycin (AZ) for Covid-19 recommended by Dr. Didier Raoult. In April, 2020

    Dr. Douste-Blazy started a petition that has been signed by almost 500,000 French doctors and citizens urging French government officials to permit physicians to prescribe hydroxychloroquine to treat coronavirus patients early, before they require intensive care.
    ...

    16 of the panel members selected by NIH to formulate the official COVID-19 Treatment Guidelines – including two of the three co-chairs – were paid by Gilead. They issued guidelines that raised fear, uncertainty, and doubt about the use of HCQ combined with AZ, while raising no fear, doubt, or uncertainty about using Gilead’s unproven, unapproved, drug remdesivir; a drug that has shown mediocre performance in clinical trials. Seven of the NIH panelists failed to disclose their financial ties to Gilead.

    The medical scientific literature is infested with financially motivated, shoddy, studies aimed at promoting products and, when a life-saving, non-patentable product, proves effective, scientists are hired to author study reports that are designed to tarnish scientists’ reputations, and to proclaim findings that refute legitimate findings. In this case, studies designed to “debunk” the effectiveness of hydroxychloroquine against COVID-19.
     

    Replies: @Harry Baldwin, @El Dato, @Anon, @SunBakedSuburb, @Kratoklastes

    This is shocking news.

  73. America may be collapsing but our enemies won’t be laughing when Seattle Peoples’ Autonomous Zone — SPAZ — gets its mitts on some ICBMs.

    • Replies: @TontoBubbaGoldstein
    @Known Fact

    He probably is better than Mitt Romney.

    , @El Dato
    @Known Fact

    There was a tweet about the Portland Autonomous Zone being extended but I scrolled down and the smae tweet author was waxing enhusiastic about the upcoming Call of Duty FPS or something.

    This Revolution is not won by any means.

  74. @AnotherDad
    @Arclight


    The difference between the US and Russia/China is that the latter’s leaders have a strong sense of national identity and that their nations deserve greatness. In the US on the other hand, half of our political leaders think our culture needs to be destroyed, and the other half are too busy finding ways to pass legislation to please their corporate donors than pay attention to the people they supposedly represent and whose interests they should safeguard.
     
    Spot on comment, Arclight.

    What's happened here is the fruit of allowing people who do not feel themselves part of the nation--but separate, apart, alienated--to have great influence and rule. The cancer spreads ... and pretty soon everything, every tradition, every institution is destroyed and your nation is dying.

    Replies: @Gordo, @Arclight

    I think a lot of this goes the abandonment of assimilation as the ideal and the push for multiculturalism (obviously far too much immigration at the same time). So not only have we celebrated separateness, but the contrast between the majority population and the various minorities became extremely stark, with the latter reacting to it defensively, which was accommodated by the left and portions of the right.

    So basically we have a balkanized country with Steve’s patented Coalition of the Fringes ascendant. It won’t last because no movement with so many competing constituencies can, but the collateral damage to our society will be tremendous.

    • Replies: @epebble
    @Arclight

    I think your thesis does not apply to the latest crisis, which seems to be entirely a Black & White issue. Others have been, at most, curious observers, not sure what to make of it. I have not seen many "Me Too" signs from Hispanics and Asians. There was some action by Native Americans, in sympathy with Blacks.

  75. anonymous[318] • Disclaimer says:

    If the empire of worldwide bases can be brought down it’s not at all a loss to the people. The empire has two negative value functions: 1) protect Israeli dominance in the Middle East and 2) ensure US dominance in every other region of the world. Left wing race politics won’t bring down the empire. But if left wing politicians are ascendant it might mean a national healthcare system that will be so expensive that it defunds the military supporting the empire and Israel support pledge. I don’t have much of an objection to this.

  76. @Ed
    @Arclight

    America is now just a place to make money, there’s no unity. A concerted effort from adversaries will bring it down in 20 years or so.

    Replies: @Altai, @The Alarmist, @SunBakedSuburb

    “America is now just a place to make money”

    If you’re Ava DuVernay.

    “A concerted effort from adversaries will bring it down in 20 years or so”

    A biological weapon with an accompanying psyop campaign and racial terrorism helped along by CIA allies like the Pakistani ISI are probably going to bring it down by the end of the year. However, when Skull-face Biden is elected and the Obama-Holder-Jarrett cabal is back in the Executive Branch the virus will probably disappear from the reportage of the NYC-DC media hive and racial tensions undoubtedly will ease. Vote Skull-face!

    • Replies: @Inquiring Mind
    @SunBakedSuburb

    Skull face?

    I thought that when he squints just right, he looks like banjo-playing boy?

  77. @Known Fact
    America may be collapsing but our enemies won't be laughing when Seattle Peoples' Autonomous Zone -- SPAZ -- gets its mitts on some ICBMs.

    Replies: @TontoBubbaGoldstein, @El Dato

    He probably is better than Mitt Romney.

  78. My fear is that police departments won’t be defunded but repurposed by Democrats. Remember that American cops took quickly to the idea of harassing Americans without criminal records over social distancing violations based on no science whatsoever. What happens when police are instructed to prioritze the investigation of problematic Tweets over burglaries and simple assaults, as is the case in London? Sadiq Khan has turned the capital of Britain into Wogwarts.

    • Replies: @Aeronerauk
    @JimB

    how many departments "took quickly" to harassing people over social distancing?

    the cops where i lived basically did as much as "sir the supermarket is asking you to leave, you are trespassing if you don't abide by their policy regarding face masks."

    checking driveways for too many cars? seems like the exception more than the rule.

    Replies: @Whiskey

  79. @Arclight
    @AnotherDad

    I think a lot of this goes the abandonment of assimilation as the ideal and the push for multiculturalism (obviously far too much immigration at the same time). So not only have we celebrated separateness, but the contrast between the majority population and the various minorities became extremely stark, with the latter reacting to it defensively, which was accommodated by the left and portions of the right.

    So basically we have a balkanized country with Steve's patented Coalition of the Fringes ascendant. It won't last because no movement with so many competing constituencies can, but the collateral damage to our society will be tremendous.

    Replies: @epebble

    I think your thesis does not apply to the latest crisis, which seems to be entirely a Black & White issue. Others have been, at most, curious observers, not sure what to make of it. I have not seen many “Me Too” signs from Hispanics and Asians. There was some action by Native Americans, in sympathy with Blacks.

  80. Who says the disgusting monstrosity we currently live under is going to fall? Empires struggle on and this latest version has unprecedented opportunity for surveillance and control.

  81. @Stogumber
    I'm totally lost with this. Only I can assume that Mr. Sailer thinks an agreement between Russia and China would "bring" the "superpower" United States "down". There are so many strange presuppositions in this assumption that I don't know what to make with it.

    Replies: @Cloudswrest

    I doubt Steve Sailer is thinking anything of the sort. Sounds like projection/strawman/concern trolling.

  82. @Charon
    Funny? Really? Not the word that comes to mind here.

    Replies: @Almost Missouri, @tyrone, @Anon, @Peripatetic Commenter, @Regret, @Mycale, @AnotherDad, @Desiderius, @Amanuensis, @SFG, @Luke Lea, @Reg Cæsar, @Mike Tre

  83. We lack proper authorities for the same reason we lacked PPE:

    We sold out the ones we had and outsourced their production to people who hate us.

    As with PPE, we do have other production lines which can be repurposed. Moldbug’s proposal of rule by airline pilots looking better all the time.

  84. Anonymous[414] • Disclaimer says:
    @Cpluskx
    In 20-30 years entire world will have to come together to fend off China. US may capitalize on that movement to reinvent itself as the leader of the good guys.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @donut, @Bucky, @Wilkey, @Colin Wright, @Hrw-500

    In 20-30 years entire world will have to come together to fend off China. US may capitalize on that movement to reinvent itself as the leader of the good guys.

    Due to immigration, in 30 years the US will be run by domestic Chinese (including mixed) and other Asians anyways. Whites have been bred out and replaced.

  85. Those white supremacists sure have a strange way of doing things:

    • Replies: @El Dato
    @Peripatetic Commenter

    I'm sure there are a lot of blacks who want to "fuck white people" and they will get their wish, too.

  86. @inertial
    Dunno about Putin but common Russians be like:

    https://twitter.com/MarkAmesExiled/status/1270724556903157761

    I noticed that they get especially angry about the destruction of Confederate monuments. Which is odd, because during the Civil War Russia supported the Union.

    Replies: @Cagey Beast

    I noticed that they get especially angry about the destruction of Confederate monuments. Which is odd, because during the Civil War Russia supported the Union.

    Too much has changed for that to be surprising. Canada and Britain were sympathetic to the Confederacy back then. Canada expressly chose to form a Confederation just two years after your civil war ended. As I said, things change.

  87. @fnn
    Czech theoretical physicist Lubos Motl:
    https://motls.blogspot.com/2020/06/hbo-bbc-censor-best-films-ever-us-uk.html#more

    Czech Internet users are just stunned. 98.5% of participants in a poll and a similar fraction of comments at iDNES.cz, a center right server owned (through a trust) by the center left prime minister Babiš, denounce the censorship. The 1000+ comments are wise and creative. They discuss the comparison of this censorship with similar approaches in Nazism and communism – and the fact that our "role model" and "greatest new friend", the U.S., has become completely mad so very quickly. The percentage is 97% at center left Novinky.cz and the views are similar at Lidovky.cz, the Czech mainstream press' proxy to "liberal democracy" (but their headline talks about the "beginning of the cultural revolution").
     

    Some of you are even ready to offer a legalist defense of a similar atrocious behavior. It is someone's private company. I don't give a damn about some "job description" of those who are doing these things – just like I don't give a damn whether Daesh wants to be called Daesh, ISIS, or IS. I, and almost all people in my nation and others, care about the fact that this behavior is fundamentally evil, infinitely dishonest, obviously widespread across the American and British societies, disrespectful towards all people who disagree and those who have achieved anything, and is clearly heading towards a brutal destruction of the civilization's most fundamental values, achievements, and mechanisms – and of the people's basic freedoms and pleasures. The question is whether we want these "cultures" to exist on our planet, not whether they call themselves "private" according to some definition that is absolutely irrelevant for a non-U.S.-citizen like me.
     

    As a typical citizen of the world's tenth most peaceful country, I am super-peaceful so I possess absolutely no ready-to-be-followed plans to flatten your cities. But I simply couldn't hide the feeling of a relief if someone else did it. It's because by now, I don't really believe that someone who has the ability to flatten your cities can be worse for the world than you. Iran, China, and Russia can have flaws (and I've been worried about many of them many times) but I don't think that their flaws are as lethally dangerous and deep as yours.
     

    Replies: @Dieter Kief, @Old Palo Altan

    Czech theoretical physicist Lubos Motl:

    and the fact that our “role model” and “greatest new friend”, the U.S., has become completely mad so very quickly.

    And now what, dear neighbors in Czechia?

  88. No need for them to engage in a disinformation campaign. Once President Biden-Abrams is in office, China could simply ship boatloads of Africans to our shores. Given the current climate, Biden-Abrams could not say no (and Abrams would downright welcome them). That would ensure the destruction of the US more certainly than any weapon in the Chinese or Russian arsenal.

  89. You know, you really shouldn’t take yourself
    So seriously.
    If you want to know why,
    It’s coz no-one else does.
    Somewhere along the way,
    Someone told you that you were
    Deep and sensitive,
    But you’re not.
    No, you’re not.
    Came to your party.
    Drank all the beer.
    We’re a bad trip.
    Yeah, we’re a bad trip.

    — Camper Van Beethoven (get it?)

    This is what sensible people used to sound like, even in depressing Gen-X “Daydream Nation” times, before creatures like Kurt Cobain and J Mascis and Lou Barlow were discovered.

    Christ, Americans used to be funny.

  90. @Yngvar
    One thing that's always amazed me is how pluralistic the US is. Everything under the sun is harbored in that nation. The good and bad -- it's all there.

    Santa Fe, home to Los Alamos and all the nuclear high tech that that includes, are also the national home of crystal healing and other New Age fluff, earning it the nickname Fanta Se.
    "Treehuggers" in Washington State driving foot-long steel nails into trees, forcing saw mills to install Soviet derived theremin detectors to shunt out those logs on the conveyor belts.

    The list of such stories about life in the USA can be made nearly endless. Always some disagreement, always some conflict, always some convulsion, but the nation pulls through.

    Replies: @Peter D. Bredon, @Anonymous

    “Santa Fe, home to Los Alamos and all the nuclear high tech that that includes, are also the national home of crystal healing and other New Age fluff, earning it the nickname Fanta Se.”

    Or… perhaps not so different?

    “Soviet derived theremin detectors”

    Since the “musical” instrument was indeed Soviet derived, I’m puzzled if this is an auto-correct flub.

  91. Anonymous[397] • Disclaimer says:
    @Yngvar
    One thing that's always amazed me is how pluralistic the US is. Everything under the sun is harbored in that nation. The good and bad -- it's all there.

    Santa Fe, home to Los Alamos and all the nuclear high tech that that includes, are also the national home of crystal healing and other New Age fluff, earning it the nickname Fanta Se.
    "Treehuggers" in Washington State driving foot-long steel nails into trees, forcing saw mills to install Soviet derived theremin detectors to shunt out those logs on the conveyor belts.

    The list of such stories about life in the USA can be made nearly endless. Always some disagreement, always some conflict, always some convulsion, but the nation pulls through.

    Replies: @Peter D. Bredon, @Anonymous

    We don’t seem to hear the old stories about tree spikers getting the living shit beaten out of them any more. Are they just slicker or what?

  92. Anonymous[111] • Disclaimer says:

    The U.S has been a superpower in title only for decades now. A national debt that is 110% of GDP, running trade deficits equivalent to almost 10% of GDP a year for more than 30 years(since the Reagan administration), doesn’t actually produce anything besides commercial airliners(in decline), and a few computer software in Silicon Valley(most hardware produced in Mexico, China and Indonesia).

    America’s claim to being a superpower rests entirely in it having the World’s most powerful military and that the Dollar is the World’s reserve currrency. But that also is an illusion. The U.S military is financed mostly by Arab and Chinese money, and it cannot control a few lunatics in Afghanistan and Syria. And the Dollar is the World’s reserve currency only because so many central banks and private investors are loaded in U.S treasuries. When the World realizes America cannot honor even the interest of it’s debt, the Dollar will crash. The American standard of living will implode once the Dollar loses it’s reserve status. Americans have an enormous privilege in buying anything they want from the World and paying with a printing press. This privilege will end, and the U.S will actually have to produce and sell goods to buy things from abroad.

    The U.S.A is a Paper Tiger. Unlike when a Chinese official said that in 1972, this time it is for real.

  93. I also don’t quite get the point of that photo and caption.

    Are we supposed to believe all of this recent media manufactured nonsense is some big plot by Russia and China? Ha!

    It is just random noise intended to keep focus away from Crazy Joe in the basement.

    China and Russia don’t much like one another. And the nations on their borders don’t like them. Be happy none of them are the USA.

    Crazy Time will soon be over. Meanwhile, none of the despairing commentators here are moving their retirement assets to Russian or Chinese financial institutions are they? I’m not. Or to Europe either (though the Swiss might work, but pretty expensive asset management).

    So, relax. Statues are made to be recycled. I don’t like it much (other than the old commie ones) but this is harmless. No one ever built a statue of Hillary, did they? As the Pandemic mania subsides and sports returns to occupy the masses (and New Exciting Fall TV Lineups!) all of this will fade into dim memory. Then we only have the Trump re-election celebrations to look forward to…

  94. @Joe Stalin
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mSlE_GrK2sw

    Replies: @Cortes

    One of the greatest films ever!

  95. The thing is that the USA still has nuclear weapons, and they should be very seriously be worried that they will be used on them. I remember people in the past saying how dangerous North Korea or Iran will be with nuclear weapons, but both of those two states are in fact stable and civilized regimes, one cannot say the same about America. Those woke fanatics are capable of absolutely everything, and launching nuclear weapons on Russia or China (Russia being white is at far greater risk) is something they now need to plan for.

  96. Anonymous[107] • Disclaimer says:

    America’s NPCs have gotten the run of the place, which *is* our fault as their programmers

  97. Whenever I go on the Internet, I wonder what kind of zany crap is going down now

    The Internet delivers:

    Washington sanctions International Criminal Court officials investigating US war crimes

  98. @Peripatetic Commenter
    Those white supremacists sure have a strange way of doing things:

    https://gab.com/system/media_attachments/files/056/355/452/original/90d396af6dba42c2.jpg?1591894222

    Replies: @El Dato

    I’m sure there are a lot of blacks who want to “fuck white people” and they will get their wish, too.

  99. @TinnyDuk
    On the contrary America is becoming more powerful than ever.

    Ask mos POC and they will tell you America and the west are racist hellholes.

    Now we are seeing at least conversations about change and an end to hate and oppression.

    America will be stronger than ever if we carry through with victory over white supremacy

    You guys are afraid because to the privileged equality and fairness seem like oppression.

    Mediocre white males losing sinecures and s few unfair advantages is a good thing as we will start to reward talent and pluck

    Either get on board with America the Just or cling to the sorry past

    The choice is yours

    Replies: @Yawrate, @Arturo de Geaube, @Peripatetic Commenter, @Anonymous

    I couldn’t disagree more. Racial preferences have been going on for 20 years, and this is what we get? Not good enough whitey, bend the knee, swear fealty to us and we may not destroy you?

    And I’ll take this opportunity to remind you that the riots, destruction, and death are all taking place in Democrat strongholds. All in areas, that despite the sordid history of the Democrat party, they still hold utter control. Johnson’s war on poverty is over and we lost. Economically, if you want more of something then subsidize it.

    There is no oppression or systemic racism. There are mistakes made by police and others, of course, given our flawed natures. And those problems have steadily lessened because of our very humanity and our unique constitution.

    There is nothing in our constitution about equality of outcome. Because that is what you really want. But it’s a chimeric fever dream that is contradicted by the clear differences between each of us.

    Think of it this way: there are differences in our hardware, that is, our body shapes, sizes, musculature. Why shouldn’t there be differences in our software, that is our mental capabilities?

    Life is essentially tragic…please don’t make it worse.

  100. @Known Fact
    America may be collapsing but our enemies won't be laughing when Seattle Peoples' Autonomous Zone -- SPAZ -- gets its mitts on some ICBMs.

    Replies: @TontoBubbaGoldstein, @El Dato

    There was a tweet about the Portland Autonomous Zone being extended but I scrolled down and the smae tweet author was waxing enhusiastic about the upcoming Call of Duty FPS or something.

    This Revolution is not won by any means.

  101. @kpkinsunnyphiladelphia
    @Arclight


    The difference between the US and Russia/China is that the latter’s leaders have a strong sense of national identity and that their nations deserve greatness.
     
    Two peas in a pod, as Forrest Gump might say.

    Then again, what a pod!

    One runs a country that only produces oil, has a crashing birth rate, replete with vodka swilling losers, and where the guys with the money live in London to watch their overpriced soccer teams or are lounging in their custom made villas on the shores of the Adriatic (Do svidaniya crazy Russian winters!)

    Those oligarchs have taken money laundering to a new art form.

    The other runs a country desperately trying to exit the 17th century for a couple hundred millions of its citizens, and to do so, they will cheat, steal, and make tons and tons of plastic trinkets for sale at Walmart and Target. Meanwhile they're working over time to ensure various forms of Han racial displacement in places like inner Mongolia, and, if they can't push out or breed out the ethnic groups -- those crazy Uyghurs just won't stop having babies -- we'll throw them into camps and force feed them pork tenderloin.

    Speaking of pork, they somehow can't seem to keep the little piggies from getting sick and being useless as food. On top of that they wind up infecting vast swaths of the global human population because their chief scientists are so incompetent as they forget to close the doors behind them when they leave the Level 4 virology lab for the evening.

    And millions and millions of young reproductive age males who, given the one child policy, will never get laid.

    And then -- worst of all!! -- Jack Ma, Ma Huateng, and all the other Chinese billionaires are buying up all the good French wine!

    "Greatness." Yeah, that's what's happening.

    Replies: @Anonymous Jew, @Anonymous, @Johnny Smoggins, @anon

    Sounds bad, but not as bad as Diversity (TM).

    • Replies: @kpkinsunnyphiladelphia
    @Anonymous Jew



    Sounds bad, but not as bad as Diversity (TM).
     
    I guess when it comes to "badness" it can all be rather relative.
  102. @Charon
    Funny? Really? Not the word that comes to mind here.

    Replies: @Almost Missouri, @tyrone, @Anon, @Peripatetic Commenter, @Regret, @Mycale, @AnotherDad, @Desiderius, @Amanuensis, @SFG, @Luke Lea, @Reg Cæsar, @Mike Tre

    Yes, it’s hilarious. Plus tragic, enraging, unnecessary, stupid, and staggeringly immoral. But hostile countries, bankers, zionists, and anyone else cheerily piling on to take us down, most assuredly find the spectacle extremely amusing. “See how clever we are! Look at those incredibly stupid white/black/Muslim people! So much fun to manipulate them for our profit.” They’ve plotted and schemed for decades, if not centuries, and now they are seeing the fruition of their plans.

  103. Well, here’s a highly relevant comment I’ve left a few times over the last couple of years:

    Or to apply a far harsher biological metaphor, consider a poor canine infected with the rabies virus. The virus may have no brain and its body-weight is probably less than one-millionth that of the host, but once it has seized control of the central nervous system, the animal, big brain and all, becomes a helpless puppet.

    Once friendly Fido runs around foaming at the mouth, barking at the sky, and trying to bite all the other animals it can reach. Its friends and relatives are saddened by its plight but stay well clear, hoping to avoid infection before the inevitable happens, and poor Fido finally collapses dead in a heap.

    https://www.unz.com/forum/huawei-c-f-o-is-arrested-in-canada-for-extradition-to-the-u-s/#comment-2684228

    • Replies: @wren
    @Ron Unz

    This feels a little more planned out to me, more like some parasite causes the vibrant craziness for some ulterior motive.

    https://youtu.be/Go_LIz7kTok

    , @Anonymous
    @Ron Unz

    I’m not sure what the relevance of this analogy is, Ron. How is it instructive?

    Replies: @International Jew, @Kratoklastes

    , @syonredux
    @Ron Unz


    Its friends and relatives are saddened by its plight but stay well clear, hoping to avoid infection before the inevitable happens, and poor Fido finally collapses dead in a heap.
     
    Indeed.....

    The US white majority will soon disappear forever
    By 2050, the US will be a 'majority-minority' country, with white non-Hispanics making up less than half of the total population.
     
    https://www.chicagoreporter.com/the-us-white-majority-will-soon-disappear-forever/


    Of course, as evidenced by recent events, we won't have to wait that long......Just combine BIPOC with Anglo-White cucks.....

    I’ve been saying for years that I really wouldn’t be surprised if the ultimate endpoint of our national trajectory is a wholesale popular massacre of all our ruling political, financial, media, and intellectual elites…
     
    By whom? The BIPOC are on the side of the elites, and the Anglo-White population is thoroughly cucked....
  104. @danand
    Who’s giving who the Coronavirus?

    Replies: @Amanuensis

    I’m pretty sure Tedros & co are surreptitiously snarfing HCQ, Zpak, and zinc.

  105. @Tiny Duck
    Uh do you guys even know about the Tulsa Massacre, slavery, segregation, white supremacy, Jim Crow, touching hair, beuaty standards, etc....

    white "men" have much to answer for

    Now it is time to pay the piper

    Replies: @Amanuensis

    Make that “fellow whites” and you’re onto something.

  106. @El Dato
    It's not a superpower, it's a shopping mall for diversity interests and an all-you-can-eat icecream dispenser for military/bureaucracy/media/academia/expansionist bloodsuckers at home and in the Middle East. And stocks are running low.

    There are also nukes in some silos.

    Replies: @Stan d Mute

    There are also nukes in some silos.

    And those two ought to be scared shitless. The South Africans were smart enough to dismantle their nuclear capability before handing over the keys to the Bantus.

    Imagine a President Stacy Adams (or whatever the cow’s name is in Georgia) reading an intel briefing (ok, having it read to her) that claims Putin or Xi is insufficiently attracted to her weave..

    • Replies: @JohnnyWalker123
    @Stan d Mute

    To be fair, George W. Bush did start the extremely violent Iraq War. One of his justifications for the war was that Saddam Hussein was "the guy who tried to kill my dad [first President Bush]." A war that was overwhelmingly supported by Whites, but mostly opposed by Blacks.

    McCain talked about starting wars with Iran, Russia, and China. He also talked about staying in Iraq for hundred years.

    Trump militarily threatened a nuclear-armed North Korea. At his rallies, he loves saying that he wants to "bomb the sh*t out of ISIS." He also killed General Soleimani of Iran.

    Obama was President for 8 years, which were (by American standards) not that violent or confrontational. Though he did remove Gaddaffi for no apparent reason....

    So while I do agree with you that it's pretty scary to allow America to control nuclear weapons, it's likely not going to be liberal Black Democrats who we need to be most scared of...... If a Black President does end up using nuclear weapons on some innocent country, it won't be because of an insult to their hair. It'll be because some Republicans keep mocking them for a lack of patriotism.

    Replies: @Wilkey

  107. @Gordo
    @AnotherDad


    What’s happened here is the fruit of allowing people who do not feel themselves part of the nation–but separate, apart, alienated–to have great influence and rule. The cancer spreads … and pretty soon everything, every tradition, every institution is destroyed and your nation is dying.
     
    US and UK deep states have failed.

    Replies: @ben tillman

    US and UK deep states have failed.

    I’d like to think that’s true, but you’re going to have to explain it to me.

    • Replies: @Gordo
    @ben tillman

    In as much as they have failed to maintain an powerful ethnic elite that protects the state by controlling the organs of the state, like Russians in Russia, Jews in Israel, Han in China.

    UK and US deep states are riddled.

  108. @Joe Magarac
    If the Chinese government falls, China is still China. It happened many times.

    The USSR is gone, but Russia is still Russia.

    When the USA falls, it's gone.

    Replies: @Andy

    China and Russia are polities based on blood. The USA is a polity based on a piece of paper. As the saying goes, blood is thicker than paper.

  109. @Abe
    Father’s Day is coming up. Show your anti-racist bonafides by NOT honoring your own father, who is likely white and therefore racist, but some black father instead, who is black, and therefore automatically anti-racist. Sure this random black guy, statistically speaking, did not likely marry the mother of his own kids, and almost certainly did not stick around (again, statistically speaking) to raise them (let alone financially support them). But he is not white, so he is still automatically better than your own dad. He is better than Mitt Romney. He is better than Jeff Bezos. He is better than Bill Gates. He is better than Bill Clinton. Files Romney/Bezos/Gates, show your anti-racist leadership by not honoring your own father; in fact, better you rat him out this year on social media- did he ever tell you to avoid a ‘sketchy’ area of town? Did he ever talk about ‘super-predators?’ Black Twitter wanna know!

    Replies: @Stan Adams

    In my own family, I have an example of a “successful” white woman/black man marriage. The white woman is bipolar and borderline psychotic, and the black man is surprisingly sane and responsible. It’s a match made in hell.

    My cousin (my mother’s sister’s daughter) has been married to the father of her kids for over a decade. They have two children – a son and a daughter.

    He’s a nice guy – not bright, but well-behaved – who always brings home the bacon. He has a non-confrontational, even docile, personality – my cousin and my aunt yell and scream at him and he just takes it. (He’s the kind of black guy other blacks would describe as a “house ni**er.”) Honestly, my sympathies lie mostly with him. He didn’t realize what he was getting himself into.

    He works long hours (with good pay and benefits) for a county agency. She’s a “stay-at-home mom” – i.e., she stays at home and gets shit-faced drunk all the time while the kids run around like wild animals. (They’ve already had some dealings with CPS.) They live with my widowed aunt, who mostly hides in her room and watches Netflix all day.

    They’re both miserable. My cousin has absolute contempt for her husband. She still pines after the rich Cuban guy whose baby she aborted.

    Both spouses have cheated on each other over the years. Most recently, she had a lesbian fling with a Mexican. (They did coke together.)

    When my aunt found out about the lesbian affair, she downed a bottle of wine, got absolutely smashed, and called the police to report that my cousin had been kidnapped by a “drug lord.” The police ended up having my aunt involuntarily committed.

    Never a dull moment at that house.

    The son will have to repeat the second grade next year. It’s the teacher’s fault, of course.

    • Thanks: Lot
    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Stan Adams


    My cousin has absolute contempt for her husband.
     
    Why? He seems like a solid guy.

    Replies: @Stan Adams

  110. @John Achterhof
    The only fly in the ointment to this absurd developing spectacle of the most formidable Empire the world has ever seen taking a knee to the Frankenstein monster woke totalitarianism it has brought to life and nurtured to strength within its own laboratory (with Diversity-Inclusion-Equity ideology and a defensive shield of safetyism, "violence" liberally understood, language itself as a medium of white patriarchy control, etc. against the threat posed to any cult of rational discourse) is that it portends to bring Empire's staging ground, Civilization, down to its knees as well.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bO1agIlLlhg&feature=emb_logo

    Replies: @Old Palo Altan

    Although the situation is indeed grave, something called “Evergreen State College” has nothing whatsoever to do with civilisation, but is itself proof that “civilisation” is dead wherever ESC happens to be (I’m not going to waste even a moment finding that out).

    And the kids taking it over aren’t “students” in any historically relevant sense of the word.

    Let it go, let them go: neither it or they matter a jot.

    • Replies: @John Achterhof
    @Old Palo Altan

    The events several years ago at Evergreen State have all the relevance to the present outbreak in America of a new civic religion and aggressive political enterprise - The Great Awokening - as the 18th century Paris cafe political activists, the "philosophes", had to the origin of America as a constitutional republic. Many political, institutional and corporate leaders are now in the role of the hapless Evergreen State president, George Bridges.

    You strike me as a knowledgeable guy, OPA. History is a study that requires great conscientiousness both in choice of educator and in dilligence to the text, that in consideration of the presentation of themes, developments and cultural conditions underlying events one may gain some measure not just of knowledge of history but of broad comprehension.

    Replies: @Curle, @Old Palo Altan

  111. @Ron Unz
    Well, here's a highly relevant comment I've left a few times over the last couple of years:

    Or to apply a far harsher biological metaphor, consider a poor canine infected with the rabies virus. The virus may have no brain and its body-weight is probably less than one-millionth that of the host, but once it has seized control of the central nervous system, the animal, big brain and all, becomes a helpless puppet.

    Once friendly Fido runs around foaming at the mouth, barking at the sky, and trying to bite all the other animals it can reach. Its friends and relatives are saddened by its plight but stay well clear, hoping to avoid infection before the inevitable happens, and poor Fido finally collapses dead in a heap.
     
    https://www.unz.com/forum/huawei-c-f-o-is-arrested-in-canada-for-extradition-to-the-u-s/#comment-2684228

    Replies: @wren, @Anonymous, @syonredux

    This feels a little more planned out to me, more like some parasite causes the vibrant craziness for some ulterior motive.

  112. @Malcolm X-Lax
    @Arclight


    In the US on the other hand, half of our political leaders think our culture needs to be destroyed
     
    Half = Jews and non-whites mostly, supplemented with ignorant, brainwashed white women.

    and the other half are too busy finding ways to pass legislation to please their corporate donors than pay attention to the people they supposedly represent and whose interests they should safeguard.
     
    This is spot on, though, and why traitors get hanged.

    Replies: @Anon

    Sexual liberation, abortion, professional ambition, affluence, cushy life, et al., have destroyed the soul of white women.

  113. Anonymous[186] • Disclaimer says:

    Biden… is unelectable… isn’t he… 😕

    • Agree: Je Suis Omar Mateen
    • Replies: @Inquiring Mind
    @Anonymous

    Mr. Biden has the "one trick of telling stories that don't go anywhere" down pat.

    Has he tied an onion to his belt, yet?

    https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=grandpa+simpson+belt+of+onions&docid=608006930336255615&mid=99D7C8C3388705205E0099D7C8C3388705205E00&view=detail&FORM=VIRE

  114. @fnn
    Czech theoretical physicist Lubos Motl:
    https://motls.blogspot.com/2020/06/hbo-bbc-censor-best-films-ever-us-uk.html#more

    Czech Internet users are just stunned. 98.5% of participants in a poll and a similar fraction of comments at iDNES.cz, a center right server owned (through a trust) by the center left prime minister Babiš, denounce the censorship. The 1000+ comments are wise and creative. They discuss the comparison of this censorship with similar approaches in Nazism and communism – and the fact that our "role model" and "greatest new friend", the U.S., has become completely mad so very quickly. The percentage is 97% at center left Novinky.cz and the views are similar at Lidovky.cz, the Czech mainstream press' proxy to "liberal democracy" (but their headline talks about the "beginning of the cultural revolution").
     

    Some of you are even ready to offer a legalist defense of a similar atrocious behavior. It is someone's private company. I don't give a damn about some "job description" of those who are doing these things – just like I don't give a damn whether Daesh wants to be called Daesh, ISIS, or IS. I, and almost all people in my nation and others, care about the fact that this behavior is fundamentally evil, infinitely dishonest, obviously widespread across the American and British societies, disrespectful towards all people who disagree and those who have achieved anything, and is clearly heading towards a brutal destruction of the civilization's most fundamental values, achievements, and mechanisms – and of the people's basic freedoms and pleasures. The question is whether we want these "cultures" to exist on our planet, not whether they call themselves "private" according to some definition that is absolutely irrelevant for a non-U.S.-citizen like me.
     

    As a typical citizen of the world's tenth most peaceful country, I am super-peaceful so I possess absolutely no ready-to-be-followed plans to flatten your cities. But I simply couldn't hide the feeling of a relief if someone else did it. It's because by now, I don't really believe that someone who has the ability to flatten your cities can be worse for the world than you. Iran, China, and Russia can have flaws (and I've been worried about many of them many times) but I don't think that their flaws are as lethally dangerous and deep as yours.
     

    Replies: @Dieter Kief, @Old Palo Altan

    It delights me to see the brilliant and often very funny Lubos Motl quoted here. I have followed him with profit for years, and strongly recommend all of you, the STEM people in particular, to stop off at his blog at least twice a week.
    As evident here, he is on the side of the angels (even if he does’t believe in them).

  115. @TinnyDuk
    On the contrary America is becoming more powerful than ever.

    Ask mos POC and they will tell you America and the west are racist hellholes.

    Now we are seeing at least conversations about change and an end to hate and oppression.

    America will be stronger than ever if we carry through with victory over white supremacy

    You guys are afraid because to the privileged equality and fairness seem like oppression.

    Mediocre white males losing sinecures and s few unfair advantages is a good thing as we will start to reward talent and pluck

    Either get on board with America the Just or cling to the sorry past

    The choice is yours

    Replies: @Yawrate, @Arturo de Geaube, @Peripatetic Commenter, @Anonymous

    Tiny Duk is either of Asian origin and has a tiny wee but a large brain ; or : Tiny Duk is of African origin in which case he has tiny brain but way-wee warge wee.

  116. Not from the Onion: Lady Antebellum Makes Name Change in Response to Black Lives Matter Movement

    • Replies: @Hibernian
    @Father Coughlin

    That was inevitable.

    , @GoRedWings!
    @Father Coughlin


    Not from the Onion: Lady Antebellum Makes Name Change in Response to Black Lives Matter Movement
     
    The BBC has taken an episode of 'Fawlty Towers' ('The Germans') off its streaming service which had already been censored (in the original version, John Cleese talks incorrectly about the people from the West Indies, including either a word that rhymes on bigger or one that rhymes on re-grow - the report wasn't clear on that), but is now deemed too racist.
    'Little Britain' has been cancelled, as well. (Apparently, blackface in one episode was enough)
  117. @Anonymous
    Why would Russia and China want to bring down the United States?

    Putin probably would like to see the United States remain a strong, Christian, European-core country. China’s economy is dependent on a strong United States.

    Replies: @JohnPlywood, @Polynikes

    Everybody here is just coping over circumstances they have no control over, looking for conspirators where there are none. On top of that, would like to add this comment section is one of the most pitiable masses of low-T I have ever read. China and Russia have been destroyed and people are acting like a few riots (never unbecoming of American history) mean jack shit.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @JohnPlywood


    Everybody here is just coping over circumstances they have no control over,
     
    What do you think they are coping over?
  118. @Altai
    We have also borne witness to the greatest ever 'X, here'.

    https://twitter.com/indyfromspace/status/1267271817439346689

    https://twitter.com/indyfromspace/status/1267273933746774022

    Sarah Parcak is particularly crazy and shows up from time to time but mostly in the usual way you'd expect from a woman who would have been the town moral scold during an era where religious adherence was a high status thing. For her to be promoting violent property damage on her official Twitter while acting as a professor is amazing. This won't stop until it's stopped.

    The above thread is her using her 'bonafides' as an Egyptologist on how to best topple an obelisk like the one in Birmingham Alabama that the antifa protestors failed to take down on Sunday before taking out their frustration on the surrounding area like a mean alcoholic father on his children.

    https://www.al.com/news/2020/06/when-a-confederate-monument-wouldnt-fall-rioters-turned-on-birmingham.html

    Replies: @Amanuensis, @Known Fact

    I’m assuming we’re looking at bringing down the Washington Monument, then? That’s a tall order, Sarah.

  119. @kihowi
    Did sun tzu not say something about the best battle being one you don't have to fight because you used underhand methods to achieve the same goal.

    China and Russia encouraging this sort of thing seems to me to be the most obvious thing, but I don't think I've seen a single person suggest it.

    Replies: @Thea, @anonymous

    A Russia-China undermining definitely makes more sense than an Israeli conspiracy.

    And some of this was self-inflicted.

    • Replies: @Lurker
    @Thea

    Israeli conspiracy is more of the scorpion/frog variety.

  120. Anonymous[414] • Disclaimer says:
    @Ron Unz
    Well, here's a highly relevant comment I've left a few times over the last couple of years:

    Or to apply a far harsher biological metaphor, consider a poor canine infected with the rabies virus. The virus may have no brain and its body-weight is probably less than one-millionth that of the host, but once it has seized control of the central nervous system, the animal, big brain and all, becomes a helpless puppet.

    Once friendly Fido runs around foaming at the mouth, barking at the sky, and trying to bite all the other animals it can reach. Its friends and relatives are saddened by its plight but stay well clear, hoping to avoid infection before the inevitable happens, and poor Fido finally collapses dead in a heap.
     
    https://www.unz.com/forum/huawei-c-f-o-is-arrested-in-canada-for-extradition-to-the-u-s/#comment-2684228

    Replies: @wren, @Anonymous, @syonredux

    I’m not sure what the relevance of this analogy is, Ron. How is it instructive?

    • Replies: @International Jew
    @Anonymous

    He's comparing China to rabies, and China's leader appears in the picture above. No, it still makes no sense.

    If there's any point, it's a meta point about the narcissism of a guy who introduces an irrelevant comment with
    "here’s a highly relevant comment I’ve left a few times over the last couple of years".

    , @Kratoklastes
    @Anonymous

    It's the idea that sometimes it's necessary to destroy something that bears no moral responsibility for its actions.

    The rabid dog - previously a dependable member of a household - becomes a risk to everyone it encounters through no fault of its own. The actual culprit is an invasive parasitoid; were it possible to get rid of the parasitoid without destroying the host, then that would be the correct course of action.

    Although I think that explanation is what Mr Unz was driving at, it's not clear to me why the US qua nation fits the bill. Its track record since inception is not remotely consistent with an underlying benign character (although no less vile than most other Western nation-states).

    Where it does hold up though, is when the thing being destroyed is the American civilian population, who for the most part are only guilty of not giving a fuck about what their government's Death Machine has perpetrated.

    By 'civilian' I mean individuals who are not part of the US Death Machine... so 'civilian' excludes
     • all employees at US Todeskramer (Raytheon, General Dynamics etc);
     • employees of the US government; and
     • employees of companies that obtain a majority of their revenue from government contracting.
        ...Fuck all of those guys. Even if all they do is mop the floors.

  121. @Mycale
    @Charon

    The most powerful nation on earth is collapsing because a tiny minority of people want more free stuff and the ability to commit crimes without interference, and have the support of most of the government and media. Yea it’s actually pretty hilarious. In one of our best cities, a bunch of freaks took over a section, declared themselves the rulers, while the legitimate government just sits by and cheers. Objectively speaking, that is really really funny. Maybe not so much if you live in Seattle, or maybe.

    The Romans had to deal with actual invading armies after all.

    Replies: @The Alarmist

    The Romans had to deal with actual invading armies after all.

    Perhaps in earlier days, but in later days Rome was overrun by hordes of illegal migrants who were looking for a better life within the safety of the Empire as they fled even badder-ass hordes from the East.

  122. anon[764] • Disclaimer says:
    @Lot
    @Arclight

    Your faith in the leadership of these two dictatorships is not shared by the leadership itself, which isn’t willing to chance a free press or real elections.

    We’ll eventually see just how much solidarity the billionaire class of China has with their peons when wage rates are high enough to entice third world migrants.

    Ultimately not a good comparison, as core Americans are the heirs of men unwilling to tolerate the yoke, while the Russians and Chinese people submit with bovine resignation.

    Replies: @anon, @Paul Jolliffe

    Your faith in the leadership of these two dictatorships is not shared by the leadership itself, which isn’t willing to chance a free press or real elections.

    I don’t see any faith in any dictatorship. Arclight was merely pointing out that both Putin and Xe have some liking for Russians / Chinese and do not wish bad stuff for their people. In stark contrast to the US, where hating 65% of the population is not just sport, it’s becoming mandatory. From the kindergarten to the hospice, everyone is more and more required to hate wypipo.

    Try to keep up.

  123. @epebble
    @Harry Baldwin

    Your comment does not apply to non-U.S. countries I suppose? I don't see a rush to grab AZT protocol by the likes of Iran, Brazil, Mexico etc., who are having large infections and deaths but no need to court Remdesivir/BigPh. AZT is freely available protocol costing a few pennies; any barefoot doctor in the world can prescribe it. Heck, in most places, a chemist will sell it like Aspirin.

    Replies: @anon

    I don’t see a rush to grab AZT protocol by the likes of Iran, Brazil, Mexico etc.,

    What protocols for treating SARS-2 do you see being used by the likes of Iran, Brazil, Mexico, etc.?

    Please be specific, and use cites if possible.

    • Replies: @epebble
    @anon

    Don't have a clue; But the ratio of total cases to total deaths somewhat matches that of U.S. (except Iran, but their accuracy may be suspect). So, they are not doing anything better or worse. It also implies, medical intervention is largely ineffective in affecting death rates


    USA 2,089K 116K
    BRZ 805K 41K
    MXC 129K 15K
    IRN 180K 8K

  124. Anonymous[122] • Disclaimer says:
    @kpkinsunnyphiladelphia
    @Arclight


    The difference between the US and Russia/China is that the latter’s leaders have a strong sense of national identity and that their nations deserve greatness.
     
    Two peas in a pod, as Forrest Gump might say.

    Then again, what a pod!

    One runs a country that only produces oil, has a crashing birth rate, replete with vodka swilling losers, and where the guys with the money live in London to watch their overpriced soccer teams or are lounging in their custom made villas on the shores of the Adriatic (Do svidaniya crazy Russian winters!)

    Those oligarchs have taken money laundering to a new art form.

    The other runs a country desperately trying to exit the 17th century for a couple hundred millions of its citizens, and to do so, they will cheat, steal, and make tons and tons of plastic trinkets for sale at Walmart and Target. Meanwhile they're working over time to ensure various forms of Han racial displacement in places like inner Mongolia, and, if they can't push out or breed out the ethnic groups -- those crazy Uyghurs just won't stop having babies -- we'll throw them into camps and force feed them pork tenderloin.

    Speaking of pork, they somehow can't seem to keep the little piggies from getting sick and being useless as food. On top of that they wind up infecting vast swaths of the global human population because their chief scientists are so incompetent as they forget to close the doors behind them when they leave the Level 4 virology lab for the evening.

    And millions and millions of young reproductive age males who, given the one child policy, will never get laid.

    And then -- worst of all!! -- Jack Ma, Ma Huateng, and all the other Chinese billionaires are buying up all the good French wine!

    "Greatness." Yeah, that's what's happening.

    Replies: @Anonymous Jew, @Anonymous, @Johnny Smoggins, @anon

    Regarding fertility rates, the overall US fertility is about the same as Russia’s. Moreover, the non-Hispanic white fertility rate in the US is lower than Russia’s whiter fertility rate. China’s fertility is not that much lower, and it has a much larger population.

    America’s billionaire elites are even more remote from the rest of America’s population than Russian oligarchs are from ordinary Russians. America’s billionaire elites live and travel among a handful of coastal and international cities, and keep lots of money and investments offshore. Culturally and politically, they’re much more remote and hostile to ordinary Americans.

    Russia doesn’t just produce oil but some of the best military hardware in the world, as well as obscure high tech goods that are nonetheless important. China doesn’t just produce low value consumer goods but important component producer goods for high tech products. Chinese battery suppliers for example work with Tesla and other major automakers like BMW.

    As far as the ethnic situation goes, China’s situation is much less serious. The non-Han ethnicities like Mongolians and Tibetans are related groups, not like blacks in the US. The Uighurs are a kind of Muslim mestizos. There’s no “racial displacement” like in the US, where it seems to be a constant ongoing process beginning first with the Amerindians and now with the whites.

    China’s pork supply was infected by African Swine Fever, which spread across Eurasia from the west. Biolabs in the US have leaks and get shutdown not infrequently. Fort Detrick’s germ lab was shutdown last year because of a leak.

    • Thanks: Neoconned
    • Replies: @kaganovitch
    @Anonymous

    Russia doesn’t just produce oil but some of the best military hardware in the world, as well as obscure high tech goods that are nonetheless important.

    Russia's export of the categories "Machinery including computers" and "Electrical machinery, equipment" are around the same as Israel's; a country with 1 fifteenth the population. If you add the category "Optical, technical, medical apparatus". in which Russia has no presence to speak of , it is substantially behind Israel.

    Replies: @Lurker

  125. On 29 April, the brains trust at the FT was proclaiming “Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin are the big losers from this pandemic.”

  126. Meanwhile, in the UK…

    “Statues in the firing line: Map reveals the 78 ‘racist’ monuments from Orkney to Truro that ‘Topple The Racists’ campaign wants torn down in wake of Black Lives Matter protests
    ‘Topple The Racists’ website has named 78 statues and monuments that ‘celebrate slavery and racism’
    Organisers were inspired by the ‘direct action taken by Bristolians’ tearing down Edward Colston’s statue
    All 130 Labour councils have promised to ‘review the appropriateness of local monuments and statues’
    The monument of 18th Century slave dealer Robert Milligan was uprooted from its spot on West India Quay”

    The campaign to tear down monuments in towns and cities across Britain gathered pace today as a ‘hit list’ of statues and memorials deemed to be ‘celebrating racism and slavery’ reached 78.

    A website called ‘Topple The Racists’ has controversially identified dozens of landmarks from Sir Walter Raleigh Gilbert’s Bodmin Beacon to Lord Kitchener’s memorial in the Orkney Islands that they say need to be removed ‘so that Britain can finally face the truth about its past’.

    Organisers have said they were inspired by the ‘direct action taken by Bristolians’, referring to the tearing down of slave trader Edward Colston’s statue on Sunday in the city, before it was thrown into the harbour.

    In details showing how statues are chosen, the website says the hit list includes ‘cases where there is responsibility for colonial violence’, adding that ‘judgement calls’ had been on cases where history is more ‘complicated’.

    Responding to the suggestions that some buildings built with the profits of the slave trade could be torn down, the group said they can ‘just be renamed’.

    • Replies: @El Dato
    @syonredux

    Our only hope is milk jugs full of Novichok now.

    https://twitter.com/DouglasKMurray/status/1271178600679723017

    , @englishmike
    @syonredux

    Meanwhile, in other news, the British media are reporting that - in the words of the BBC News website -


    Nigel Farage is to leave his talk show on LBC radio with "immediate effect", the station confirmed on Thursday.
     

    The station added: "We thank Nigel for the enormous contribution he has made to LBC and wish him well."

    The Nigel Farage Show had been on air for three years, and offered callers the chance to sound off about political topics.
     
    Neither Farage nor LBC has so far given a reason for his abrupt exit, but several news outlets have reported that, as the BBC explains,

    This week the 56-year-old [Farage] compared Black Lives Matters protestors to the Taliban, for demolishing statues of slaves traders.
     

    Replies: @Peripatetic Commenter, @Lagertha

  127. @anon
    @Almost Missouri

    We laughed; 24 years back. It is bill paying time now.

    https://img.timeinc.net/time/magazine/archive/covers/1996/1101960715_400.jpg

    Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard

    Well, like him or not, one has to admit that Putin has done a masterful job playing one of the crummiest hands ever dealt to a national leader.

    • Agree: Richard B
  128. @Ron Unz
    Well, here's a highly relevant comment I've left a few times over the last couple of years:

    Or to apply a far harsher biological metaphor, consider a poor canine infected with the rabies virus. The virus may have no brain and its body-weight is probably less than one-millionth that of the host, but once it has seized control of the central nervous system, the animal, big brain and all, becomes a helpless puppet.

    Once friendly Fido runs around foaming at the mouth, barking at the sky, and trying to bite all the other animals it can reach. Its friends and relatives are saddened by its plight but stay well clear, hoping to avoid infection before the inevitable happens, and poor Fido finally collapses dead in a heap.
     
    https://www.unz.com/forum/huawei-c-f-o-is-arrested-in-canada-for-extradition-to-the-u-s/#comment-2684228

    Replies: @wren, @Anonymous, @syonredux

    Its friends and relatives are saddened by its plight but stay well clear, hoping to avoid infection before the inevitable happens, and poor Fido finally collapses dead in a heap.

    Indeed…..

    The US white majority will soon disappear forever
    By 2050, the US will be a ‘majority-minority’ country, with white non-Hispanics making up less than half of the total population.

    https://www.chicagoreporter.com/the-us-white-majority-will-soon-disappear-forever/

    Of course, as evidenced by recent events, we won’t have to wait that long……Just combine BIPOC with Anglo-White cucks…..

    I’ve been saying for years that I really wouldn’t be surprised if the ultimate endpoint of our national trajectory is a wholesale popular massacre of all our ruling political, financial, media, and intellectual elites…

    By whom? The BIPOC are on the side of the elites, and the Anglo-White population is thoroughly cucked….

  129. We are basically a torture victim at this point, with our torturers dreaming up new indignities every minute.

  130. @Cagey Beast
    Being a superpower is more of a curse than a blessing anyway.

    https://twitter.com/r_u_vid/status/1270838340976164864?s=20

    Replies: @YetAnotherAnon

    Paul Kennedy in “The Rise And Fall Of The Great Powers” said that while the point of being a great power was to be able to fight a major war, the way to remain one was not to fight too many of them, noting that WWI and WW2 in quick succession did for British power.

    He also pointed out correctly that

    Great Power ascendency (over the long-term or in specific conflicts) correlates strongly to available resources and economic durability; military “over-stretch” and a concomitant relative decline is the consistent threat facing powers whose ambitions and security requirements are greater than their resource base can provide for

    Asia has 52% of world manufacturing output.

    https://howmuch.net/articles/map-worlds-manufacturing-output

    1. China: $4T (28.37% of world total)
    2. United States $2.3T (16.65% of world total)
    3. Japan: $1T (7.23% of world total)
    4. Germany: $806B (5.78% of world total)
    5. South Korea: $459B (3.29% of world total)

    • Agree: Cagey Beast
  131. @Regret
    @Charon

    Well, just imagine it happening to someone else. Thats the key to humor, I hear.

    Replies: @englishmike

    As someone once said: “Tragedy is when *I* slip on the banana skin.”

  132. Anonymous letter purporting to be from a person of color who is a professor at UCLA Berkeley:

    https://pastebin.com/WBzAFDgA

    As a final point, our university and department has made multiple statements celebrating and eulogizing George Floyd. Floyd was a multiple felon who once held a pregnant black woman at gunpoint. He broke into her home with a gang of men and pointed a gun at her pregnant stomach. He terrorized the women in his community. He sired and abandoned multiple children, playing no part in their support or upbringing, failing one of the most basic tests of decency for a human being. He was a drug-addict and sometime drug-dealer, a swindler who preyed upon his honest and hard-working neighbors.

    • Replies: @Richard B
    @J.Ross

    In short, an all around great guy.

    "I can't breathe!" He said, more than once. And no one gets it.

    Then he stops talking and, apparently, stops breathing, without convulsions. None.

    EMT shows up and, without ever bothering to take his pulse, put him on a stretcher and haul ass outta there. Some training they got. Could even fake it convincingly.

    Oh, and closed casket funeral.

    For a reason.

    Does anyone think that the same people who had no problem killing 2,996 Americans in one day would any problem unleashing a deadly virus and starting a race war?

  133. @Charon
    Funny? Really? Not the word that comes to mind here.

    Replies: @Almost Missouri, @tyrone, @Anon, @Peripatetic Commenter, @Regret, @Mycale, @AnotherDad, @Desiderius, @Amanuensis, @SFG, @Luke Lea, @Reg Cæsar, @Mike Tre

    It’s funny for our two biggest geopolitical rivals.

    It’s not funny for us.

    • Disagree: Je Suis Omar Mateen
  134. Perceptive Nebojsa is perceptive

    Whose side are generals on? As Joint Chiefs chairman APOLOGIZES for standing by Trump, Biden confident of military support

    Biden’s “single greatest concern” is that Trump is “going to try to steal this election,” he told the Daily Show host Trevor Noah in a video interview published on Thursday morning.

    He could not hide his pleasure with the fact that several former and current military officials have spoken out against the president recently, adding that he was “absolutely convinced they will escort him from the White House with great dispatch” if Trump loses the election but refuses to concede.

    You might also recall that it was the media and the Democrats who howled about Trump’s “dictatorial” militarization of America when he called up the National Guard and active duty troops as rioting threatened to get out of hand just last week. Never mind that he didn’t actually deploy the troops, or invoke the Insurrection Act. Note, however, that Biden just insinuated that the “apolitical” military is actually in his corner.

    Last week, the media did their best to paint Defense Secretary Mark Esper’s comments about there being no need for troops as “defying” Trump. Much was also made of the ritualistic denunciations of Trump by former generals and admirals – including Esper’s predecessor Jim Mattis – on the pages of the Atlantic, a liberal flagship magazine. Mattis specifically accused the military of violating Americans’ constitutional rights in Lafayette Square for “a bizarre photo op for the elected commander-in-chief, with military leadership standing alongside.” It isn’t hard to read Milley’s words as a direct response to this.

    This open meddling of current and former military officers into civilian politics – under the guise of opposing the alleged politicization of the military by Trump, of course – just so happens to be a key element of “color revolution” tactics, as pointed out by the Atlantic’s own Franklin Foer, who wrote about this phenomenon approvingly.

    Foer and others praising the “color revolution” model were very careful not to mention that it is a “template for winning other people’s elections,” and “engineering democracy through the ballot box and civil disobedience,” first developed for regime change in Serbia 20 years ago, as the Guardian once described it.

    Think of that when you ponder why Biden – who can’t remember what office he’s running for on any given day – is so “absolutely convinced” the military will be in his corner come November.

    • Replies: @Rob
    @El Dato

    Ever see the phrase ‘projection does not only happen in movie theatres’? Sailer may have come up with it. I get the feeling that ‘woe is us, Trump might lose the election and stay President illegally’ is projection, and if they lose the election, especially if there is anything emotes fishy about the election, y’know, the sorts of absentee ballot shenanigans that always seem to favor Democrats, or even if Trump legitimately wins the electoral college, but loses the popular vote by a larger margin than last time, there will be huge pressure from the establishment for the military to stage a coup and install Biden.

    That’s an iffy scenario, because I don’t think Trump will win without the reshoring factories vote in the foundry states. Yet, if blacks and Antifa keep rioting...

    Replies: @Colin Wright

  135. @Cpluskx
    In 20-30 years entire world will have to come together to fend off China. US may capitalize on that movement to reinvent itself as the leader of the good guys.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @donut, @Bucky, @Wilkey, @Colin Wright, @Hrw-500

    There’s not an appropriate reply to that level of stupidity .

  136. @syonredux
    Meanwhile, in the UK...

    "Statues in the firing line: Map reveals the 78 'racist' monuments from Orkney to Truro that 'Topple The Racists' campaign wants torn down in wake of Black Lives Matter protests
    'Topple The Racists' website has named 78 statues and monuments that 'celebrate slavery and racism'
    Organisers were inspired by the 'direct action taken by Bristolians' tearing down Edward Colston's statue
    All 130 Labour councils have promised to 'review the appropriateness of local monuments and statues'
    The monument of 18th Century slave dealer Robert Milligan was uprooted from its spot on West India Quay"


    The campaign to tear down monuments in towns and cities across Britain gathered pace today as a 'hit list' of statues and memorials deemed to be 'celebrating racism and slavery' reached 78.

    A website called 'Topple The Racists' has controversially identified dozens of landmarks from Sir Walter Raleigh Gilbert's Bodmin Beacon to Lord Kitchener's memorial in the Orkney Islands that they say need to be removed 'so that Britain can finally face the truth about its past'.

    Organisers have said they were inspired by the 'direct action taken by Bristolians', referring to the tearing down of slave trader Edward Colston's statue on Sunday in the city, before it was thrown into the harbour.

    In details showing how statues are chosen, the website says the hit list includes 'cases where there is responsibility for colonial violence', adding that 'judgement calls' had been on cases where history is more 'complicated'.
     


    Responding to the suggestions that some buildings built with the profits of the slave trade could be torn down, the group said they can 'just be renamed'.

     

    Replies: @El Dato, @englishmike

    Our only hope is milk jugs full of Novichok now.

  137. “Without firing a shot.”

  138. Anonymous[199] • Disclaimer says:

    What a time to be alive. ROTFL. Blue city blues. Let it all burn.

    • Replies: @Known Fact
    @Anonymous

    I'm suggesting free of charge they call it Zone of Autonomy: Portland -- ZAP! Cool lightning-bolt logo to follow.

    Replies: @duncsbaby, @Jim Don Bob

    , @anon
    @Anonymous

    The Portland Otonomous Zone.

    We all expect daily reports from Je Suis Omar. In fact, we demand them!

    Replies: @Mr. Anon

  139. Altai [AKA "Altai_2"] says:

    You thought we were done with celebrities virtue signalling? Nah, next level cringe incoming.

    https://twitter.com/i/events/1271167785993777152

    White celebrities call out their own complicity in racism in ‘I take responsibility’ PSA
    Celebrities including Sarah Paulson, Julianne Moore, Justin Theroux, Stanley Tucci, Aaron Paul and others partnered with the NAACP for a new PSA which urges people to speak up when witnessing racist comments or actions rather than turning a blind eye to them.

    Yes, people turn blind eyes to racist comments a lot in America, that’s why white people are always making them.

  140. @Cpluskx
    In 20-30 years entire world will have to come together to fend off China. US may capitalize on that movement to reinvent itself as the leader of the good guys.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @donut, @Bucky, @Wilkey, @Colin Wright, @Hrw-500

    Lol no.

    What has become quite obvious these past few weeks is that the holiness of white liberalism is undergirded by the oppression of black people. Blacks were subjugated and they labored for less than what they were worth.

    White liberalism is a missionary dogma. The declaration of independence would not have been so absolutist if it had not been for Thomas Jefferson having daily intimate contact with slaves and being involved in slavery.

    “Whataboutism” is a real thing, only in the opposite direction. When criticized about slavery and the treatment of the black population, white liberals will go whatabout the–Chinese or whatabout this or that.

    • Replies: @Curle
    @Bucky

    “ The declaration of independence would not have been so absolutist if it had not been for Thomas Jefferson having daily intimate contact with slaves and being involved in slavery.”

    What do you imagine you are talking about?

    “All men are created equal” is an attack on the monarchist claimed divine right of kings to rule. Nothing more. The document was an broadside against King George III. It was in no sense an metaphysical comment on racial equality.

    Read the darn thing! Read up on John Locke.

  141. @jamie b.
    I don't get it. What's the joke here?

    Replies: @Brás Cubas

    My take is that Steve is saying that China and Russia are having a field day watching the U.S. self destroy over a nothingburger.

  142. @TinnyDuk
    On the contrary America is becoming more powerful than ever.

    Ask mos POC and they will tell you America and the west are racist hellholes.

    Now we are seeing at least conversations about change and an end to hate and oppression.

    America will be stronger than ever if we carry through with victory over white supremacy

    You guys are afraid because to the privileged equality and fairness seem like oppression.

    Mediocre white males losing sinecures and s few unfair advantages is a good thing as we will start to reward talent and pluck

    Either get on board with America the Just or cling to the sorry past

    The choice is yours

    Replies: @Yawrate, @Arturo de Geaube, @Peripatetic Commenter, @Anonymous

    You will never be the same Tiny D*ck as Tiny D*ck but I am sure you go close.

  143. @Stan d Mute
    @El Dato


    There are also nukes in some silos.
     
    And those two ought to be scared shitless. The South Africans were smart enough to dismantle their nuclear capability before handing over the keys to the Bantus.

    Imagine a President Stacy Adams (or whatever the cow’s name is in Georgia) reading an intel briefing (ok, having it read to her) that claims Putin or Xi is insufficiently attracted to her weave..

    Replies: @JohnnyWalker123

    To be fair, George W. Bush did start the extremely violent Iraq War. One of his justifications for the war was that Saddam Hussein was “the guy who tried to kill my dad [first President Bush].” A war that was overwhelmingly supported by Whites, but mostly opposed by Blacks.

    McCain talked about starting wars with Iran, Russia, and China. He also talked about staying in Iraq for hundred years.

    Trump militarily threatened a nuclear-armed North Korea. At his rallies, he loves saying that he wants to “bomb the sh*t out of ISIS.” He also killed General Soleimani of Iran.

    Obama was President for 8 years, which were (by American standards) not that violent or confrontational. Though he did remove Gaddaffi for no apparent reason….

    So while I do agree with you that it’s pretty scary to allow America to control nuclear weapons, it’s likely not going to be liberal Black Democrats who we need to be most scared of…… If a Black President does end up using nuclear weapons on some innocent country, it won’t be because of an insult to their hair. It’ll be because some Republicans keep mocking them for a lack of patriotism.

    • Disagree: Stan d Mute
    • Replies: @Wilkey
    @JohnnyWalker123


    Obama was President for 8 years, which were (by American standards) not that violent or confrontational.
     
    How many wars has Trump started, again? Exactly none.

    Reagan rattled the saber from time to time and was called a vicious warmonger, but he didn’t start any real wars, either, apart from Grenada, which lasted all of about 19 hours.

    Replies: @JohnnyWalker123

  144. Anonymous[303] • Disclaimer says:
    @Stan Adams
    @Abe

    In my own family, I have an example of a “successful” white woman/black man marriage. The white woman is bipolar and borderline psychotic, and the black man is surprisingly sane and responsible. It’s a match made in hell.

    My cousin (my mother’s sister’s daughter) has been married to the father of her kids for over a decade. They have two children - a son and a daughter.

    He’s a nice guy - not bright, but well-behaved - who always brings home the bacon. He has a non-confrontational, even docile, personality - my cousin and my aunt yell and scream at him and he just takes it. (He’s the kind of black guy other blacks would describe as a “house ni**er.”) Honestly, my sympathies lie mostly with him. He didn’t realize what he was getting himself into.

    He works long hours (with good pay and benefits) for a county agency. She’s a “stay-at-home mom” - i.e., she stays at home and gets shit-faced drunk all the time while the kids run around like wild animals. (They’ve already had some dealings with CPS.) They live with my widowed aunt, who mostly hides in her room and watches Netflix all day.

    They’re both miserable. My cousin has absolute contempt for her husband. She still pines after the rich Cuban guy whose baby she aborted.

    Both spouses have cheated on each other over the years. Most recently, she had a lesbian fling with a Mexican. (They did coke together.)

    When my aunt found out about the lesbian affair, she downed a bottle of wine, got absolutely smashed, and called the police to report that my cousin had been kidnapped by a “drug lord.” The police ended up having my aunt involuntarily committed.

    Never a dull moment at that house.

    The son will have to repeat the second grade next year. It’s the teacher’s fault, of course.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    My cousin has absolute contempt for her husband.

    Why? He seems like a solid guy.

    • Replies: @Stan Adams
    @Anonymous

    Because she's crazy?

    Whiskey is always telling us that white women HATE HATE HATE beta white guys and CRAVE CRAVE CRAVE badass black dudes. Well, this guy is black and and physically robust - about 6' even and husky - but he's something of a wuss. When she yells and screams at him, he hangs his head and takes it.

    To the best of my knowledge, her husband has never laid a hand on her. Before getting married, however, she had a history of shacking up with abusive men. Her first serious live-in boyfriend was a redneck from Tennessee who routinely smacked her around. The Cuban guy - the one she recently told me was "the love of her life" - wasn't above taking an occasional swing at her. She broke up with him after he gave her a black eye. But now she claims that letting him go was the worst mistake she ever made.

    Maybe she's one of those girls who don't respect a man until he beats her up.

    When she gets drunk, she calls me and complains that her husband works too much overtime. Then, in the same breath, she whines that he doesn't make enough money. So she wants him to make more money and she wants him to work fewer hours, and it's his fault that he's not able to do both.

    Recently she's been complaining about having to spend so much time with the kids. They're completely out of control - the boy stays up all night playing Fortnite and watching LazarBeam videos on the big TV in the living room and the girl raids the refrigerator every fifteen minutes. I hear them on the phone, yelling at the top of their lungs, and then I hear my cousin screaming (in my ear): "GO AWAY! I'M ON THE PHONE!" Sometimes the kids comply with her request; sometimes they don't.

    One time I went with them to the supermarket. As soon as we walked through the door, the boy and the girl ran off. (He's eight and she's six.) My cousin did nothing to stop them. I chased after them and discovered that the boy was literally climbing the shelves in the cereal aisle. Not knowing precisely what to do, I said, "Stop that! Come over here!" He got off the shelf and walked over to me. "Let's go find your mother," I said. "Come on." As I turned around to leave, he ran back to the shelf and began climbing it again. Finally I convinced him to follow me. When I finally found my cousin - in the candy aisle - I told her, "He's literally climbing the walls. We need to get him out of here." She shrugged and grunted and continued her leisurely review of the various tooth-rotting substances.

    Not long after they got married, he walked out on her. She swallowed a couple of sleeping pills and was briefly hospitalized. He came back. Afterward, she told me (with a huge smile on her face): "It worked."

    She's made several serious suicide attempts over the years. One morning she woke up and freaked out when she couldn't find her cat. For some reason, her panic escalated to the point of a nervous breakdown (or psychotic episode, depending on your perspective), during which she slashed her wrists. Another time, she "died" after a drug overdose but was successfully resuscitated.

  145. Anonymous[303] • Disclaimer says:
    @JohnPlywood
    @Anonymous

    Everybody here is just coping over circumstances they have no control over, looking for conspirators where there are none. On top of that, would like to add this comment section is one of the most pitiable masses of low-T I have ever read. China and Russia have been destroyed and people are acting like a few riots (never unbecoming of American history) mean jack shit.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    Everybody here is just coping over circumstances they have no control over,

    What do you think they are coping over?

  146. Totally OT

    They’ve been able to map the surface of Pluto so they started naming geographic features of my favorite planet. This started around 2017 and let’s just say they are very much of the current era.

    You can find them on wiki or NASA. Enjoy the decline, poolside.

    To lighten your day, a joke from the eighties challenger days….
    What does NASA stand for?

    [MORE]

    Need Another Seven Astronauts

  147. @Cpluskx
    In 20-30 years entire world will have to come together to fend off China. US may capitalize on that movement to reinvent itself as the leader of the good guys.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @donut, @Bucky, @Wilkey, @Colin Wright, @Hrw-500

    In 20-30 years entire world will have to come together to fend off China. US may capitalize on that movement to reinvent itself as the leader of the good guys.

    Good luck with stopping that. Boris Johnson suggested letting 7.5 million Hong Kongers move to Great Britain and all the “conservatives” here and everywhere were falling over themselves to praise the idea.

  148. Into my heart an air that kills
    From yon far country blows:
    What are those blue remembered hills,
    What spires, what farms are those?

    That is the land of lost content,
    I see it shining plain,
    The happy highways where I went
    And cannot come again.

    -A.E. Housman

  149. @JohnnyWalker123
    @Stan d Mute

    To be fair, George W. Bush did start the extremely violent Iraq War. One of his justifications for the war was that Saddam Hussein was "the guy who tried to kill my dad [first President Bush]." A war that was overwhelmingly supported by Whites, but mostly opposed by Blacks.

    McCain talked about starting wars with Iran, Russia, and China. He also talked about staying in Iraq for hundred years.

    Trump militarily threatened a nuclear-armed North Korea. At his rallies, he loves saying that he wants to "bomb the sh*t out of ISIS." He also killed General Soleimani of Iran.

    Obama was President for 8 years, which were (by American standards) not that violent or confrontational. Though he did remove Gaddaffi for no apparent reason....

    So while I do agree with you that it's pretty scary to allow America to control nuclear weapons, it's likely not going to be liberal Black Democrats who we need to be most scared of...... If a Black President does end up using nuclear weapons on some innocent country, it won't be because of an insult to their hair. It'll be because some Republicans keep mocking them for a lack of patriotism.

    Replies: @Wilkey

    Obama was President for 8 years, which were (by American standards) not that violent or confrontational.

    How many wars has Trump started, again? Exactly none.

    Reagan rattled the saber from time to time and was called a vicious warmonger, but he didn’t start any real wars, either, apart from Grenada, which lasted all of about 19 hours.

    • Agree: Ben tillman
    • Replies: @JohnnyWalker123
    @Wilkey

    My point is that both parties have run this country into the ground.

    Democrats worship diversity, while Republicans worship Israel.

    If you install a liberal Black Democrat as President, presumably he'd continue this Maoist-style Cultural Revolution. If you place a generic White Republican in the White House, he'd start slaughtering millions of random Muslim civilians to advance Israeli national security, bankrupting our nation in the process.

    It's not just the Democrats. Both parties are absolutely horrendous and worthless. Both parties are infested with incompetent buffoons, grifters, and conmen.

    In today's America, you have a choice. Either stand with the pro-insurrection Black-SJW Party or stand with the pro-genocide Israel Party.

    Both parties are absolutely appalling.


    How many wars has Trump started, again? Exactly none.

     

    He assassinated General Qasem Solemani, Iran's second most powerful man and the leader of their military. Fortunately, Iran behaved sensibly instead of taking the bait.

    Reagan rattled the saber from time to time and was called a vicious warmonger, but he didn’t start any real wars, either, apart from Grenada, which lasted all of about 19 hours.

     

    True. In comparison to some of our more recent leaders, Reagan was fairly restrained. He even withdrew the marines from Lebanon after the bombing. Reagan would be a better president than many current politicians.
  150. anonymous[245] • Disclaimer says:
    @kihowi
    Did sun tzu not say something about the best battle being one you don't have to fight because you used underhand methods to achieve the same goal.

    China and Russia encouraging this sort of thing seems to me to be the most obvious thing, but I don't think I've seen a single person suggest it.

    Replies: @Thea, @anonymous

    Now that you’ve suggested it:

    What “sort of thing,” and how are “Russia and China encouraging” it?

  151. @Charon
    Funny? Really? Not the word that comes to mind here.

    Replies: @Almost Missouri, @tyrone, @Anon, @Peripatetic Commenter, @Regret, @Mycale, @AnotherDad, @Desiderius, @Amanuensis, @SFG, @Luke Lea, @Reg Cæsar, @Mike Tre

    Won’t be long before Putin is on our side, not Xi’s.

    • Replies: @Cagey Beast
    @Luke Lea

    Even if Russia tried to favour the United States over China, the American establishment would reject them. Russians offend Mayflower, Ellis Island and jet age Americans in a way the Chinese do not. Long before Putin or even Lenin, Americans hated Russia for being the home of an "Old World despot", worse even than George III.

    Russia was only briefly admirable twice: once when it was run by a Georgian who made Oliver Cromwell or General Sherman look like humanitarians, and secondly when Russia was run by a drunk who let his country be the plaything of Harvard economists and asset strippers.

    , @Lot
    @Luke Lea

    Arctic alliance!

    We took a step in that direction when Trump kinda revived Opec+. China is a giant net importer of oil and gas, the US is about net neutral on crude oil and exports gas, refined products, and minor products like butane and propane.

  152. S says:

    The Soviet KGB defector Anatoliy Golitsyn claimed almost forty years ago that the purported latter 1950’s ‘Sino-Soviet split’ was not real, that in reality it had been a planned strategic false split to psycholgically disarm the Capitalist West about it’s then growing concerns of monolithic Communist power.

    Golitsyn wrote that someday the Soviet Union and Red China would openly join back together and form ‘one clenched fist’ to smash the Capitalist powers, and thereby obtain total victory. Before that took place Red China and the Soviet Union would play good cop/bad cop to the world in what Golitsyn called the ‘scissors strategy’.

    The thing is, what if the Capitalist US and UK had long been playing exactly the same game, for the very same strategic reasons?

    A generally unknown 1853 US book called the New Rome claimed the 1776 Revolution was a planned false split between the United States and United Kingdom as well, and that someday the US/UK would join back together to form a practically unbeatable united front, and smash Russian power in a future ‘world’s war’, also obtaining total victory.

    Of the defectors, Golitsyn’s insight and forecasts are thought to be amongst the most accurate. The New Rome is also quite accurate in its forecasts and insightful. (See link below)

    Curiously, British intelligence agency(s) acknowledges this about Golitsyn, but the one thing they denounce is his claim that the Sino-Soviet split was not real.

    Yes, one has to be quite cautious about these things, naturally, where disinformation abounds, but isn’t that something someone might do if they wanted to preclude some major crimethink in regards to the US/UK…ie that if a person were to accept that the Communist Soviet Union and Red China had engaged in a strategic false split, that they might ultimately conclude that the Capitalist US/UK had done exactly the same thing?

    New Lies For Old (1984) – pg 338

    ‘The element of apparent duality in Soviet and Chinese policies will disappear. The hitherto concealed coordination between them will become visible and predominant. The Soviets and the Chinese will be officially reconciled. Thus the scissors strategy will develop logically into the “strategy of one clenched fist” to provide the foundation and driving force of a world communist federation.’

    https://archive.org/details/NewLiesForOldOnesGolitsyn/page/n347/mode/2up

    https://majorityrights.com/weblog/comments/the_new_rome_or_the_united_states_of_the_world_1853/

  153. @JimB
    My fear is that police departments won't be defunded but repurposed by Democrats. Remember that American cops took quickly to the idea of harassing Americans without criminal records over social distancing violations based on no science whatsoever. What happens when police are instructed to prioritze the investigation of problematic Tweets over burglaries and simple assaults, as is the case in London? Sadiq Khan has turned the capital of Britain into Wogwarts.

    Replies: @Aeronerauk

    how many departments “took quickly” to harassing people over social distancing?

    the cops where i lived basically did as much as “sir the supermarket is asking you to leave, you are trespassing if you don’t abide by their policy regarding face masks.”

    checking driveways for too many cars? seems like the exception more than the rule.

    • Replies: @Whiskey
    @Aeronerauk

    Cops arrested worshipping Christians in their cars at a drive in service conducted via car radio on Easter. They arrested people parked in their cars viewing sunsets. They arrested a mom with her kids in a park. They arrested a lone surfer. ALL were White. The forbidden race.

    The Joint Chief of Staff just apologized for Trump and endorsed Black lives matter.

    Trump likely won't make it to election day. There could and very likely will be a coup replacing him with .... Hillary.

    Replies: @Anonymous

  154. Anonymous[107] • Disclaimer says:

    If you haven’t seen the new black-and-white sequel to “Imagine” (I Take Responsbility) it’s a stunning work of maymay. Performative solidarity on track for 50% of GDP by Q4

  155. @Anonymous
    @kpkinsunnyphiladelphia

    Regarding fertility rates, the overall US fertility is about the same as Russia's. Moreover, the non-Hispanic white fertility rate in the US is lower than Russia's whiter fertility rate. China's fertility is not that much lower, and it has a much larger population.

    America's billionaire elites are even more remote from the rest of America's population than Russian oligarchs are from ordinary Russians. America's billionaire elites live and travel among a handful of coastal and international cities, and keep lots of money and investments offshore. Culturally and politically, they're much more remote and hostile to ordinary Americans.

    Russia doesn't just produce oil but some of the best military hardware in the world, as well as obscure high tech goods that are nonetheless important. China doesn't just produce low value consumer goods but important component producer goods for high tech products. Chinese battery suppliers for example work with Tesla and other major automakers like BMW.

    As far as the ethnic situation goes, China's situation is much less serious. The non-Han ethnicities like Mongolians and Tibetans are related groups, not like blacks in the US. The Uighurs are a kind of Muslim mestizos. There's no "racial displacement" like in the US, where it seems to be a constant ongoing process beginning first with the Amerindians and now with the whites.

    China's pork supply was infected by African Swine Fever, which spread across Eurasia from the west. Biolabs in the US have leaks and get shutdown not infrequently. Fort Detrick's germ lab was shutdown last year because of a leak.

    Replies: @kaganovitch

    Russia doesn’t just produce oil but some of the best military hardware in the world, as well as obscure high tech goods that are nonetheless important.

    Russia’s export of the categories “Machinery including computers” and “Electrical machinery, equipment” are around the same as Israel’s; a country with 1 fifteenth the population. If you add the category “Optical, technical, medical apparatus”. in which Russia has no presence to speak of , it is substantially behind Israel.

    • Replies: @Lurker
    @kaganovitch

    Then it sounds like Israel doesn't need all that US taxpayer money after all.

    Replies: @Lot, @kaganovitch

  156. @Old Palo Altan
    @John Achterhof

    Although the situation is indeed grave, something called "Evergreen State College" has nothing whatsoever to do with civilisation, but is itself proof that "civilisation" is dead wherever ESC happens to be (I'm not going to waste even a moment finding that out).

    And the kids taking it over aren't "students" in any historically relevant sense of the word.

    Let it go, let them go: neither it or they matter a jot.

    Replies: @John Achterhof

    The events several years ago at Evergreen State have all the relevance to the present outbreak in America of a new civic religion and aggressive political enterprise – The Great Awokening – as the 18th century Paris cafe political activists, the “philosophes”, had to the origin of America as a constitutional republic. Many political, institutional and corporate leaders are now in the role of the hapless Evergreen State president, George Bridges.

    You strike me as a knowledgeable guy, OPA. History is a study that requires great conscientiousness both in choice of educator and in dilligence to the text, that in consideration of the presentation of themes, developments and cultural conditions underlying events one may gain some measure not just of knowledge of history but of broad comprehension.

    • Replies: @Curle
    @John Achterhof

    The same George Bridges who married the former Kari Tupper who had her moment in the headlines with this long forgotten scandal from ‘92.

    “The Seattle Times said the women's accusations were similar to those raised publicly by Kari Tupper, a former secretary with the House Select Committee on Aging who went to the District of Columbia police in 1987 and accused Mr. Adams of sexually assaulting her. She said that he served her champagne that knocked her out and that when she woke up, they were in bed together.”

    https://www.nytimes.com/1992/03/02/us/brock-adams-quits-senate-race-amid-sex-misconduct-allegations.html

    , @Old Palo Altan
    @John Achterhof

    Apparently the Evergreen State College case is so well known in America that your failure to remind your readers that it took place in 2017 was unremarkable.
    I am afraid that from my perch here in North Britain it is an event which passed unnoticed.

    Now that I have been forced to learn about it, your point is one with which I am in full agreement:
    the early signs of collapse are pregnant with everything which comes after.

    One of my many worries, though, is that what we are seeing now are the real "early signs" and that what is coming down the line will be exponentially worse.

    Worries? No: certainties.

  157. I’m not American, but this “humor” is appalling. It’s.. jewish.. it kicks Americans when they’re down. C’mon, Mr. Sailer!

  158. Anon[681] • Disclaimer says:
    @BB753
    I believe that covid-19 escaping the Wuhan lab was either a) an accident b) a CIA operation that backfired against the USA.

    Replies: @Anon

    I think there is a strong possibility that coronavirus came from US military bioweapons lab in Fort Detrick, MD, which closed down in August, 2019, due to safety concerns:
    https://www.medicaldaily.com/cdc-shuts-down-militarys-deadly-diseases-lab-over-safety-concerns-440475

    A month before, a mystery respiratory illness broke out in a nursing home in Springfield, VA, about an hour southeast of Ft. Detrick, sickened 54 out of 263 residents, killed two and sent 18 to the hospital:
    https://www.cnn.com/2019/07/11/us/virginia-retirement-community-respiratory-illness-outbreak/index.html

    There’s been reports that internet searches for respiratory illness started to go up around Sept/Oct 2019 in central China, which could mean coronavirus was in China by then. A friend of a friend who worked in intelligence in DC said that many people already had coronavirus in the DC area last Sept/Oct, they just took antibiotics and got over it.

    • Thanks: BB753
    • Replies: @BB753
    @Anon

    How did covid-19 leap from the US to China without infecting other countries? If what you say is accurate, then American operatives must have planted covid-19 in Wuhan.

  159. @Luke Lea
    @Charon

    Won't be long before Putin is on our side, not Xi's.

    Replies: @Cagey Beast, @Lot

    Even if Russia tried to favour the United States over China, the American establishment would reject them. Russians offend Mayflower, Ellis Island and jet age Americans in a way the Chinese do not. Long before Putin or even Lenin, Americans hated Russia for being the home of an “Old World despot”, worse even than George III.

    Russia was only briefly admirable twice: once when it was run by a Georgian who made Oliver Cromwell or General Sherman look like humanitarians, and secondly when Russia was run by a drunk who let his country be the plaything of Harvard economists and asset strippers.

  160. @Anonymous
    @Ron Unz

    I’m not sure what the relevance of this analogy is, Ron. How is it instructive?

    Replies: @International Jew, @Kratoklastes

    He’s comparing China to rabies, and China’s leader appears in the picture above. No, it still makes no sense.

    If there’s any point, it’s a meta point about the narcissism of a guy who introduces an irrelevant comment with
    “here’s a highly relevant comment I’ve left a few times over the last couple of years”.

  161. @Thea
    @kihowi

    A Russia-China undermining definitely makes more sense than an Israeli conspiracy.

    And some of this was self-inflicted.

    Replies: @Lurker

    Israeli conspiracy is more of the scorpion/frog variety.

  162. @kaganovitch
    @Anonymous

    Russia doesn’t just produce oil but some of the best military hardware in the world, as well as obscure high tech goods that are nonetheless important.

    Russia's export of the categories "Machinery including computers" and "Electrical machinery, equipment" are around the same as Israel's; a country with 1 fifteenth the population. If you add the category "Optical, technical, medical apparatus". in which Russia has no presence to speak of , it is substantially behind Israel.

    Replies: @Lurker

    Then it sounds like Israel doesn’t need all that US taxpayer money after all.

    • Replies: @Lot
    @Lurker

    If anyone really needs an F-35, it is Israel:

    https://images04.military.com/sites/default/files/2018-05/israeli-f-35-adirs-1800.jpg

    https://youtube.com/watch?v=8bBb7ON4fdA

    , @kaganovitch
    @Lurker

    Then it sounds like Israel doesn’t need all that US taxpayer money after all.

    Indeed.

  163. @Aeronerauk
    @JimB

    how many departments "took quickly" to harassing people over social distancing?

    the cops where i lived basically did as much as "sir the supermarket is asking you to leave, you are trespassing if you don't abide by their policy regarding face masks."

    checking driveways for too many cars? seems like the exception more than the rule.

    Replies: @Whiskey

    Cops arrested worshipping Christians in their cars at a drive in service conducted via car radio on Easter. They arrested people parked in their cars viewing sunsets. They arrested a mom with her kids in a park. They arrested a lone surfer. ALL were White. The forbidden race.

    The Joint Chief of Staff just apologized for Trump and endorsed Black lives matter.

    Trump likely won’t make it to election day. There could and very likely will be a coup replacing him with …. Hillary.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Whiskey

    If you look at actual arrest records for just about any crime, Blacks are significantly over-represented. Everything from murder to public drunkenness. Crime victimization surveys consistently find no racial bias in terms of who the police arrest: blacks are arrested more because blacks commit more crime. Given this data, why would you assume that police are selectively enforcing just this one law against whites?

    I remember you from the Lion of the Blogosphere comment section. While I thought you were too extreme on the woman question, I thought you often had something interesting to say. Now it's just a parade of crazy crackpot rhetoric. Honest question, what happened?

  164. @Luke Lea
    @Charon

    Won't be long before Putin is on our side, not Xi's.

    Replies: @Cagey Beast, @Lot

    Arctic alliance!

    We took a step in that direction when Trump kinda revived Opec+. China is a giant net importer of oil and gas, the US is about net neutral on crude oil and exports gas, refined products, and minor products like butane and propane.

  165. In what may be the least surprising revelation ever, BLM is a DNC money-laundering operation:

    https://www.investmentwatchblog.com/blm-is-a-money-laundering-operation-for-the-dnc/

  166. @Lurker
    @kaganovitch

    Then it sounds like Israel doesn't need all that US taxpayer money after all.

    Replies: @Lot, @kaganovitch

    If anyone really needs an F-35, it is Israel:

    https://youtube.com/watch?v=8bBb7ON4fdA

  167. @syonredux
    Meanwhile, in the UK...

    "Statues in the firing line: Map reveals the 78 'racist' monuments from Orkney to Truro that 'Topple The Racists' campaign wants torn down in wake of Black Lives Matter protests
    'Topple The Racists' website has named 78 statues and monuments that 'celebrate slavery and racism'
    Organisers were inspired by the 'direct action taken by Bristolians' tearing down Edward Colston's statue
    All 130 Labour councils have promised to 'review the appropriateness of local monuments and statues'
    The monument of 18th Century slave dealer Robert Milligan was uprooted from its spot on West India Quay"


    The campaign to tear down monuments in towns and cities across Britain gathered pace today as a 'hit list' of statues and memorials deemed to be 'celebrating racism and slavery' reached 78.

    A website called 'Topple The Racists' has controversially identified dozens of landmarks from Sir Walter Raleigh Gilbert's Bodmin Beacon to Lord Kitchener's memorial in the Orkney Islands that they say need to be removed 'so that Britain can finally face the truth about its past'.

    Organisers have said they were inspired by the 'direct action taken by Bristolians', referring to the tearing down of slave trader Edward Colston's statue on Sunday in the city, before it was thrown into the harbour.

    In details showing how statues are chosen, the website says the hit list includes 'cases where there is responsibility for colonial violence', adding that 'judgement calls' had been on cases where history is more 'complicated'.
     


    Responding to the suggestions that some buildings built with the profits of the slave trade could be torn down, the group said they can 'just be renamed'.

     

    Replies: @El Dato, @englishmike

    Meanwhile, in other news, the British media are reporting that – in the words of the BBC News website –

    Nigel Farage is to leave his talk show on LBC radio with “immediate effect”, the station confirmed on Thursday.

    The station added: “We thank Nigel for the enormous contribution he has made to LBC and wish him well.”

    The Nigel Farage Show had been on air for three years, and offered callers the chance to sound off about political topics.

    Neither Farage nor LBC has so far given a reason for his abrupt exit, but several news outlets have reported that, as the BBC explains,

    This week the 56-year-old [Farage] compared Black Lives Matters protestors to the Taliban, for demolishing statues of slaves traders.

    • Replies: @Peripatetic Commenter
    @englishmike

    https://gab.com/system/media_attachments/files/056/354/210/original/a2e15e337795492d.png?1591890285

    , @Lagertha
    @englishmike

    I will never forgive the Taliban vermin for bombing the Bamayan Bhuddist caves. I don't like Muslim men because I was assaulted by groups of them when I was a teen and young woman - back then, nobody cared about MeToo. I won't even travel to Muslim countries, and, I resent them in Europe. They are evil misogynists who use the people of Europe and the USA, Canada. No one wants them in our lands.

    Replies: @Lagertha

  168. @Con Moto
    OT, but related.

    Do cities tolerate the current spasm of statue destruction because they agree with the "protestors" or it would just save endless hearings, lawsuits etc. or both?

    Replies: @Curle

    Because they are cowards. Just like Mitt.

    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
    @Curle


    Because they are cowards. Just like Mitt.
     
    Mitt isn't just a coward. He is also a cynical opportunist.

    Replies: @Lagertha

  169. @anon
    @epebble

    I don’t see a rush to grab AZT protocol by the likes of Iran, Brazil, Mexico etc.,

    What protocols for treating SARS-2 do you see being used by the likes of Iran, Brazil, Mexico, etc.?

    Please be specific, and use cites if possible.

    Replies: @epebble

    Don’t have a clue; But the ratio of total cases to total deaths somewhat matches that of U.S. (except Iran, but their accuracy may be suspect). So, they are not doing anything better or worse. It also implies, medical intervention is largely ineffective in affecting death rates

    USA 2,089K 116K
    BRZ 805K 41K
    MXC 129K 15K
    IRN 180K 8K

  170. @Father Coughlin
    Not from the Onion: Lady Antebellum Makes Name Change in Response to Black Lives Matter Movement

    Replies: @Hibernian, @GoRedWings!

    That was inevitable.

  171. @Wilkey
    @JohnnyWalker123


    Obama was President for 8 years, which were (by American standards) not that violent or confrontational.
     
    How many wars has Trump started, again? Exactly none.

    Reagan rattled the saber from time to time and was called a vicious warmonger, but he didn’t start any real wars, either, apart from Grenada, which lasted all of about 19 hours.

    Replies: @JohnnyWalker123

    My point is that both parties have run this country into the ground.

    Democrats worship diversity, while Republicans worship Israel.

    If you install a liberal Black Democrat as President, presumably he’d continue this Maoist-style Cultural Revolution. If you place a generic White Republican in the White House, he’d start slaughtering millions of random Muslim civilians to advance Israeli national security, bankrupting our nation in the process.

    It’s not just the Democrats. Both parties are absolutely horrendous and worthless. Both parties are infested with incompetent buffoons, grifters, and conmen.

    In today’s America, you have a choice. Either stand with the pro-insurrection Black-SJW Party or stand with the pro-genocide Israel Party.

    Both parties are absolutely appalling.

    How many wars has Trump started, again? Exactly none.

    He assassinated General Qasem Solemani, Iran’s second most powerful man and the leader of their military. Fortunately, Iran behaved sensibly instead of taking the bait.

    Reagan rattled the saber from time to time and was called a vicious warmonger, but he didn’t start any real wars, either, apart from Grenada, which lasted all of about 19 hours.

    True. In comparison to some of our more recent leaders, Reagan was fairly restrained. He even withdrew the marines from Lebanon after the bombing. Reagan would be a better president than many current politicians.

  172. @Charon
    Funny? Really? Not the word that comes to mind here.

    Replies: @Almost Missouri, @tyrone, @Anon, @Peripatetic Commenter, @Regret, @Mycale, @AnotherDad, @Desiderius, @Amanuensis, @SFG, @Luke Lea, @Reg Cæsar, @Mike Tre

    Funny? Really? Not the word that comes to mind here.

    Funny, as in “This cheese tastes funny, don’t you agree?”

  173. Oh, come on. Vlad is just showing Jimp the hambone moves he learned from Donald.

    Black History Month for Kids: Learn to Play Hambone!

    Hambone | African/African-American Culture

    Hambone Bros Tutorial

    (Yes, all of those teachers are white. Cultural appropriation. I learned it from Soupy Sales.)

  174. • Replies: @Anon
    @J.Ross

    Have you noticed DailyMail is throwing serious shade on Jews?
    It keeps bringing up cases of people shamed or fired because of white privilege, or BLM faux pas, but they’re Jews. A Glassman, Jessica Mulroney, a Gordon Klein prof, a Vakman coach, a few others I can’t right now recall. But they’re overepresented.

  175. Twitter admits that China has one hundred and fifty times as many social media influencer accounts as Russia.
    https://thenationalpulse.com/news/twitter-ccp-200k-russia/

  176. @Anonymous
    Why would Russia and China want to bring down the United States?

    Putin probably would like to see the United States remain a strong, Christian, European-core country. China’s economy is dependent on a strong United States.

    Replies: @JohnPlywood, @Polynikes

    Better to reign in hell than serve in heaven.

  177. @Arclight
    The difference between the US and Russia/China is that the latter's leaders have a strong sense of national identity and that their nations deserve greatness. In the US on the other hand, half of our political leaders think our culture needs to be destroyed, and the other half are too busy finding ways to pass legislation to please their corporate donors than pay attention to the people they supposedly represent and whose interests they should safeguard.

    Replies: @The Other Romanian, @kpkinsunnyphiladelphia, @BenKenobi, @Ed, @AnotherDad, @Lot, @Malcolm X-Lax, @Altai, @JohnnyWalker123, @Loup-Bouc

    The problem is that there’s no solidarity left in the White-American population. The White population is now extremely individualistic, with no sense of broader group identity.

    The typical White feels no affinity for his co-ethnics. He interacts minimally with his neighbors and local community members. Even when dealing with close friends and extended family/clan, he maintains a certain degree of social distance.

    The typical White is socially adrift in a highly atomized world, in which nobody bands together with anybody on any large scale.

    So it’s easy for more wealthy or powerful groups to peel off Whites. Whites often get roped into supporting groups who do not share their interests (and often feel outright revulsion for them).

    For example, White Democrats are locked into a coalition with chip-on-the-shoulder Blacks and anti-borders (except for Israel) globalist Jews, who want everyone to celebrate racial marginalization of Whites. Meanwhile, White Republicans are being commanded by Jewish Neocons, who want Red State families to send their sons overseas (and spend trillions of dollars) to fight the Muslim menace.

    So White Democrats feel proud that they stand shoulder-to-shoulder with Blacks and other “diverse” population. White Republicans feel proud that they support Israel and are taking part in a mass-scale genocide in the Middle East.

    How insane is that?

    An entire race of people are being subverted by outsiders.

    White Democrats are willing to allow Blacks and Jewish-controlled Anti-Fa to basically stage a nationwide coup, causing significant destruction to cities in the process. The Republicans want to use the military to slaughter millions and stage coups overseas in the Middle East, bankrupting our country in the process.

    The insanity has hit the breaking point.

    The Jews have turned America into a hideous fusion of Cultural Revolution-era China and Weimar Germany.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @JohnnyWalker123


    White Republicans feel proud that they support Israel and are taking part in a mass-scale genocide in the Middle East.
     
    The only genocide in the Middle East is directed at Christians, and Jews are hardly the only ones responsible. They're not the only ones who write backwards and deny Jesus.

    The Jews have turned America into a hideous fusion of Cultural Revolution-era China and Weimar Germany.

     

    Well, since we're talking of the Roaring Twenties, whose side are you on in the monkey trial? Bryan's and the state's, or the ACLU's? The chimps are coming home to roost!

    Replies: @Anonymous, @JohnnyWalker123

    , @syonredux
    @JohnnyWalker123


    The problem is that there’s no solidarity left in the White-American population. The White population is now extremely individualistic, with no sense of broader group identity.
     
    I'm afraid that it's far worse than that; large numbers of Anglo-Whites want their race to die.....

    White Republicans feel proud that they support Israel and are taking part in a mass-scale genocide in the Middle East.
     
    Don't be a goon. Middle Eastern Muslims are getting Europe. Who care about losing Syria when you're getting this in exchange:

    http://thats-normal.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/Sweden.jpg


    https://media.indiatimes.in/media/content/itimes/photo/2016/Feb/23/1456216451-around-paris-bike-and-barge-tour-france-tripsite.jpg

    https://mk0travelawayrru2xew.kinstacdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/cochem-town-germany.jpg

    Replies: @Anonymous, @JohnnyWalker123

  178. @JohnnyWalker123
    @Arclight

    The problem is that there's no solidarity left in the White-American population. The White population is now extremely individualistic, with no sense of broader group identity.

    The typical White feels no affinity for his co-ethnics. He interacts minimally with his neighbors and local community members. Even when dealing with close friends and extended family/clan, he maintains a certain degree of social distance.

    The typical White is socially adrift in a highly atomized world, in which nobody bands together with anybody on any large scale.

    So it's easy for more wealthy or powerful groups to peel off Whites. Whites often get roped into supporting groups who do not share their interests (and often feel outright revulsion for them).

    For example, White Democrats are locked into a coalition with chip-on-the-shoulder Blacks and anti-borders (except for Israel) globalist Jews, who want everyone to celebrate racial marginalization of Whites. Meanwhile, White Republicans are being commanded by Jewish Neocons, who want Red State families to send their sons overseas (and spend trillions of dollars) to fight the Muslim menace.

    So White Democrats feel proud that they stand shoulder-to-shoulder with Blacks and other "diverse" population. White Republicans feel proud that they support Israel and are taking part in a mass-scale genocide in the Middle East.

    How insane is that?

    An entire race of people are being subverted by outsiders.

    White Democrats are willing to allow Blacks and Jewish-controlled Anti-Fa to basically stage a nationwide coup, causing significant destruction to cities in the process. The Republicans want to use the military to slaughter millions and stage coups overseas in the Middle East, bankrupting our country in the process.

    The insanity has hit the breaking point.

    The Jews have turned America into a hideous fusion of Cultural Revolution-era China and Weimar Germany.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @syonredux

    White Republicans feel proud that they support Israel and are taking part in a mass-scale genocide in the Middle East.

    The only genocide in the Middle East is directed at Christians, and Jews are hardly the only ones responsible. They’re not the only ones who write backwards and deny Jesus.

    The Jews have turned America into a hideous fusion of Cultural Revolution-era China and Weimar Germany.

    Well, since we’re talking of the Roaring Twenties, whose side are you on in the monkey trial? Bryan’s and the state’s, or the ACLU’s? The chimps are coming home to roost!

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Reg Cæsar


    The only genocide in the Middle East is directed at Christians, and Jews are hardly the only ones responsible. They’re not the only ones who write backwards and deny Jesus.
     
    Jews are genociding the Muslims and Christians of Palestine.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    , @JohnnyWalker123
    @Reg Cæsar


    The only genocide in the Middle East is directed at Christians
     
    Sure, lots of Christians have been killed.

    Who was protecting them?

    Bashar Al-Assad.

    Saddam Hussein.

    PLO.

    Strong dictators protect Christians, while anarchy endangers them.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

  179. @Bucky
    @Cpluskx

    Lol no.

    What has become quite obvious these past few weeks is that the holiness of white liberalism is undergirded by the oppression of black people. Blacks were subjugated and they labored for less than what they were worth.

    White liberalism is a missionary dogma. The declaration of independence would not have been so absolutist if it had not been for Thomas Jefferson having daily intimate contact with slaves and being involved in slavery.

    "Whataboutism" is a real thing, only in the opposite direction. When criticized about slavery and the treatment of the black population, white liberals will go whatabout the--Chinese or whatabout this or that.

    Replies: @Curle

    “ The declaration of independence would not have been so absolutist if it had not been for Thomas Jefferson having daily intimate contact with slaves and being involved in slavery.”

    What do you imagine you are talking about?

    “All men are created equal” is an attack on the monarchist claimed divine right of kings to rule. Nothing more. The document was an broadside against King George III. It was in no sense an metaphysical comment on racial equality.

    Read the darn thing! Read up on John Locke.

  180. Anonymous[303] • Disclaimer says:
    @Reg Cæsar
    @JohnnyWalker123


    White Republicans feel proud that they support Israel and are taking part in a mass-scale genocide in the Middle East.
     
    The only genocide in the Middle East is directed at Christians, and Jews are hardly the only ones responsible. They're not the only ones who write backwards and deny Jesus.

    The Jews have turned America into a hideous fusion of Cultural Revolution-era China and Weimar Germany.

     

    Well, since we're talking of the Roaring Twenties, whose side are you on in the monkey trial? Bryan's and the state's, or the ACLU's? The chimps are coming home to roost!

    Replies: @Anonymous, @JohnnyWalker123

    The only genocide in the Middle East is directed at Christians, and Jews are hardly the only ones responsible. They’re not the only ones who write backwards and deny Jesus.

    Jews are genociding the Muslims and Christians of Palestine.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Anonymous


    Jews are genociding the Muslims and Christians of Palestine.

     

    Like the Mohammedans genocided the Copts of Egypt?

    Replies: @Colin Wright, @Anonymous

  181. @John Achterhof
    @Old Palo Altan

    The events several years ago at Evergreen State have all the relevance to the present outbreak in America of a new civic religion and aggressive political enterprise - The Great Awokening - as the 18th century Paris cafe political activists, the "philosophes", had to the origin of America as a constitutional republic. Many political, institutional and corporate leaders are now in the role of the hapless Evergreen State president, George Bridges.

    You strike me as a knowledgeable guy, OPA. History is a study that requires great conscientiousness both in choice of educator and in dilligence to the text, that in consideration of the presentation of themes, developments and cultural conditions underlying events one may gain some measure not just of knowledge of history but of broad comprehension.

    Replies: @Curle, @Old Palo Altan

    The same George Bridges who married the former Kari Tupper who had her moment in the headlines with this long forgotten scandal from ‘92.

    “The Seattle Times said the women’s accusations were similar to those raised publicly by Kari Tupper, a former secretary with the House Select Committee on Aging who went to the District of Columbia police in 1987 and accused Mr. Adams of sexually assaulting her. She said that he served her champagne that knocked her out and that when she woke up, they were in bed together.”

    https://www.nytimes.com/1992/03/02/us/brock-adams-quits-senate-race-amid-sex-misconduct-allegations.html

  182. @Anonymous
    What a time to be alive. ROTFL. Blue city blues. Let it all burn.

    https://twitter.com/MrAndyNgo/status/1270967403464126467

    Replies: @Known Fact, @anon

    I’m suggesting free of charge they call it Zone of Autonomy: Portland — ZAP! Cool lightning-bolt logo to follow.

    • Replies: @duncsbaby
    @Known Fact

    Never forget!

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

    Replies: @Known Fact

    , @Jim Don Bob
    @Known Fact

    How about Socialist Portland Autonomy Zone or SPAZ for short?

  183. @Anonymous Jew
    @kpkinsunnyphiladelphia

    Sounds bad, but not as bad as Diversity (TM).

    Replies: @kpkinsunnyphiladelphia

    Sounds bad, but not as bad as Diversity (TM).

    I guess when it comes to “badness” it can all be rather relative.

  184. @englishmike
    @syonredux

    Meanwhile, in other news, the British media are reporting that - in the words of the BBC News website -


    Nigel Farage is to leave his talk show on LBC radio with "immediate effect", the station confirmed on Thursday.
     

    The station added: "We thank Nigel for the enormous contribution he has made to LBC and wish him well."

    The Nigel Farage Show had been on air for three years, and offered callers the chance to sound off about political topics.
     
    Neither Farage nor LBC has so far given a reason for his abrupt exit, but several news outlets have reported that, as the BBC explains,

    This week the 56-year-old [Farage] compared Black Lives Matters protestors to the Taliban, for demolishing statues of slaves traders.
     

    Replies: @Peripatetic Commenter, @Lagertha

  185. @J.Ross
    Anonymous letter purporting to be from a person of color who is a professor at UCLA Berkeley:

    https://pastebin.com/WBzAFDgA

    As a final point, our university and department has made multiple statements celebrating and eulogizing George Floyd. Floyd was a multiple felon who once held a pregnant black woman at gunpoint. He broke into her home with a gang of men and pointed a gun at her pregnant stomach. He terrorized the women in his community. He sired and abandoned multiple children, playing no part in their support or upbringing, failing one of the most basic tests of decency for a human being. He was a drug-addict and sometime drug-dealer, a swindler who preyed upon his honest and hard-working neighbors.
     

    Replies: @Richard B

    In short, an all around great guy.

    “I can’t breathe!” He said, more than once. And no one gets it.

    Then he stops talking and, apparently, stops breathing, without convulsions. None.

    EMT shows up and, without ever bothering to take his pulse, put him on a stretcher and haul ass outta there. Some training they got. Could even fake it convincingly.

    Oh, and closed casket funeral.

    For a reason.

    Does anyone think that the same people who had no problem killing 2,996 Americans in one day would any problem unleashing a deadly virus and starting a race war?

  186. @JohnnyWalker123
    @Arclight

    The problem is that there's no solidarity left in the White-American population. The White population is now extremely individualistic, with no sense of broader group identity.

    The typical White feels no affinity for his co-ethnics. He interacts minimally with his neighbors and local community members. Even when dealing with close friends and extended family/clan, he maintains a certain degree of social distance.

    The typical White is socially adrift in a highly atomized world, in which nobody bands together with anybody on any large scale.

    So it's easy for more wealthy or powerful groups to peel off Whites. Whites often get roped into supporting groups who do not share their interests (and often feel outright revulsion for them).

    For example, White Democrats are locked into a coalition with chip-on-the-shoulder Blacks and anti-borders (except for Israel) globalist Jews, who want everyone to celebrate racial marginalization of Whites. Meanwhile, White Republicans are being commanded by Jewish Neocons, who want Red State families to send their sons overseas (and spend trillions of dollars) to fight the Muslim menace.

    So White Democrats feel proud that they stand shoulder-to-shoulder with Blacks and other "diverse" population. White Republicans feel proud that they support Israel and are taking part in a mass-scale genocide in the Middle East.

    How insane is that?

    An entire race of people are being subverted by outsiders.

    White Democrats are willing to allow Blacks and Jewish-controlled Anti-Fa to basically stage a nationwide coup, causing significant destruction to cities in the process. The Republicans want to use the military to slaughter millions and stage coups overseas in the Middle East, bankrupting our country in the process.

    The insanity has hit the breaking point.

    The Jews have turned America into a hideous fusion of Cultural Revolution-era China and Weimar Germany.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @syonredux

    The problem is that there’s no solidarity left in the White-American population. The White population is now extremely individualistic, with no sense of broader group identity.

    I’m afraid that it’s far worse than that; large numbers of Anglo-Whites want their race to die…..

    White Republicans feel proud that they support Israel and are taking part in a mass-scale genocide in the Middle East.

    Don’t be a goon. Middle Eastern Muslims are getting Europe. Who care about losing Syria when you’re getting this in exchange:

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @syonredux


    Don’t be a goon. Middle Eastern Muslims are getting Europe.
     
    They are getting Europe and greater access to the United States.

    And it is in exchange for their ceding the Eastern Mediterranean to the Jews.

    Not a bad deal.
    , @JohnnyWalker123
    @syonredux


    I’m afraid that it’s far worse than that; large numbers of Anglo-Whites want their race to die…..

     

    Not really. If you scratch the surface of a "White" who seems awfully obsessed with destroying the White race, you'll find a fair fraction of these individuals are ((())).

    Aside from the ((())), most Whites who want to destroy the White race fall into 3 categories.

    1. Mentally ill.
    2. Careerist whites who are being bribed (or in some cases blackmailed) by Jews. Like Bill and Hillary Clinton.
    3. Ordinary Whites (often moderate to liberal) who are being intimidated into supporting their racial dispossession.

    Don’t be a goon. Middle Eastern Muslims are getting Europe. Who care about losing Syria when you’re getting this in exchange:

     

    30 million Muslims live in Western Europe. Out of 2 billion Muslims worldwide. 1.5% of the global Muslim population.

    6 million Syrians were displaced by the war. 1 million ended up in Europe. 400,000-600,000 are dead. Thanks to American interference.

    Ultimately, Jews are working at both ends of this. As Neocons, they are pushing bloody wars to ethnically cleanse much of the Middle East. As liberals, they are pushing for Europe to take in huge numbers of refugees.

    There may be a logic to the madness. Maybe the Jews want to resettle their rapidly growing population in various colonies throughout the Middle East and need "Lebensraum." So by killing or driving out Muslims, they accomplish their goal.

    Replies: @syonredux, @syonredux

  187. @Altai
    We have also borne witness to the greatest ever 'X, here'.

    https://twitter.com/indyfromspace/status/1267271817439346689

    https://twitter.com/indyfromspace/status/1267273933746774022

    Sarah Parcak is particularly crazy and shows up from time to time but mostly in the usual way you'd expect from a woman who would have been the town moral scold during an era where religious adherence was a high status thing. For her to be promoting violent property damage on her official Twitter while acting as a professor is amazing. This won't stop until it's stopped.

    The above thread is her using her 'bonafides' as an Egyptologist on how to best topple an obelisk like the one in Birmingham Alabama that the antifa protestors failed to take down on Sunday before taking out their frustration on the surrounding area like a mean alcoholic father on his children.

    https://www.al.com/news/2020/06/when-a-confederate-monument-wouldnt-fall-rioters-turned-on-birmingham.html

    Replies: @Amanuensis, @Known Fact

    Imagine how many hapless rioters could be crushed when that giant phallus comes down

  188. Anonymous[286] • Disclaimer says:
    @TinnyDuk
    On the contrary America is becoming more powerful than ever.

    Ask mos POC and they will tell you America and the west are racist hellholes.

    Now we are seeing at least conversations about change and an end to hate and oppression.

    America will be stronger than ever if we carry through with victory over white supremacy

    You guys are afraid because to the privileged equality and fairness seem like oppression.

    Mediocre white males losing sinecures and s few unfair advantages is a good thing as we will start to reward talent and pluck

    Either get on board with America the Just or cling to the sorry past

    The choice is yours

    Replies: @Yawrate, @Arturo de Geaube, @Peripatetic Commenter, @Anonymous

    America will be stronger than ever if we carry through with victory over white supremacy

    Just like Zimbabwe is more powerful than was Rhodesia.
    Or Venezuela is more powerful than it was before the criollos were turned out.

  189. @Anonymous
    What a time to be alive. ROTFL. Blue city blues. Let it all burn.

    https://twitter.com/MrAndyNgo/status/1270967403464126467

    Replies: @Known Fact, @anon

    The Portland Otonomous Zone.

    We all expect daily reports from Je Suis Omar. In fact, we demand them!

    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
    @anon


    The Portland Otonomous Zone.
     
    Very nice. This yields the acronym I was looking for. Of course, the actual word is spelled "autonomous", but the inhabitants of the POZ would be too stupid to know that.
  190. @Lurker
    @kaganovitch

    Then it sounds like Israel doesn't need all that US taxpayer money after all.

    Replies: @Lot, @kaganovitch

    Then it sounds like Israel doesn’t need all that US taxpayer money after all.

    Indeed.

  191. @kpkinsunnyphiladelphia
    @Arclight


    The difference between the US and Russia/China is that the latter’s leaders have a strong sense of national identity and that their nations deserve greatness.
     
    Two peas in a pod, as Forrest Gump might say.

    Then again, what a pod!

    One runs a country that only produces oil, has a crashing birth rate, replete with vodka swilling losers, and where the guys with the money live in London to watch their overpriced soccer teams or are lounging in their custom made villas on the shores of the Adriatic (Do svidaniya crazy Russian winters!)

    Those oligarchs have taken money laundering to a new art form.

    The other runs a country desperately trying to exit the 17th century for a couple hundred millions of its citizens, and to do so, they will cheat, steal, and make tons and tons of plastic trinkets for sale at Walmart and Target. Meanwhile they're working over time to ensure various forms of Han racial displacement in places like inner Mongolia, and, if they can't push out or breed out the ethnic groups -- those crazy Uyghurs just won't stop having babies -- we'll throw them into camps and force feed them pork tenderloin.

    Speaking of pork, they somehow can't seem to keep the little piggies from getting sick and being useless as food. On top of that they wind up infecting vast swaths of the global human population because their chief scientists are so incompetent as they forget to close the doors behind them when they leave the Level 4 virology lab for the evening.

    And millions and millions of young reproductive age males who, given the one child policy, will never get laid.

    And then -- worst of all!! -- Jack Ma, Ma Huateng, and all the other Chinese billionaires are buying up all the good French wine!

    "Greatness." Yeah, that's what's happening.

    Replies: @Anonymous Jew, @Anonymous, @Johnny Smoggins, @anon

    That’s a whole lot of cope, son.

  192. @Anonymous
    @Stan Adams


    My cousin has absolute contempt for her husband.
     
    Why? He seems like a solid guy.

    Replies: @Stan Adams

    Because she’s crazy?

    Whiskey is always telling us that white women HATE HATE HATE beta white guys and CRAVE CRAVE CRAVE badass black dudes. Well, this guy is black and and physically robust – about 6′ even and husky – but he’s something of a wuss. When she yells and screams at him, he hangs his head and takes it.

    To the best of my knowledge, her husband has never laid a hand on her. Before getting married, however, she had a history of shacking up with abusive men. Her first serious live-in boyfriend was a redneck from Tennessee who routinely smacked her around. The Cuban guy – the one she recently told me was “the love of her life” – wasn’t above taking an occasional swing at her. She broke up with him after he gave her a black eye. But now she claims that letting him go was the worst mistake she ever made.

    Maybe she’s one of those girls who don’t respect a man until he beats her up.

    When she gets drunk, she calls me and complains that her husband works too much overtime. Then, in the same breath, she whines that he doesn’t make enough money. So she wants him to make more money and she wants him to work fewer hours, and it’s his fault that he’s not able to do both.

    Recently she’s been complaining about having to spend so much time with the kids. They’re completely out of control – the boy stays up all night playing Fortnite and watching LazarBeam videos on the big TV in the living room and the girl raids the refrigerator every fifteen minutes. I hear them on the phone, yelling at the top of their lungs, and then I hear my cousin screaming (in my ear): “GO AWAY! I’M ON THE PHONE!” Sometimes the kids comply with her request; sometimes they don’t.

    One time I went with them to the supermarket. As soon as we walked through the door, the boy and the girl ran off. (He’s eight and she’s six.) My cousin did nothing to stop them. I chased after them and discovered that the boy was literally climbing the shelves in the cereal aisle. Not knowing precisely what to do, I said, “Stop that! Come over here!” He got off the shelf and walked over to me. “Let’s go find your mother,” I said. “Come on.” As I turned around to leave, he ran back to the shelf and began climbing it again. Finally I convinced him to follow me. When I finally found my cousin – in the candy aisle – I told her, “He’s literally climbing the walls. We need to get him out of here.” She shrugged and grunted and continued her leisurely review of the various tooth-rotting substances.

    Not long after they got married, he walked out on her. She swallowed a couple of sleeping pills and was briefly hospitalized. He came back. Afterward, she told me (with a huge smile on her face): “It worked.”

    She’s made several serious suicide attempts over the years. One morning she woke up and freaked out when she couldn’t find her cat. For some reason, her panic escalated to the point of a nervous breakdown (or psychotic episode, depending on your perspective), during which she slashed her wrists. Another time, she “died” after a drug overdose but was successfully resuscitated.

  193. The memes keep coming! A rocket surgeon …

  194. @SunBakedSuburb
    @Ed

    "America is now just a place to make money"

    If you're Ava DuVernay.

    "A concerted effort from adversaries will bring it down in 20 years or so"

    A biological weapon with an accompanying psyop campaign and racial terrorism helped along by CIA allies like the Pakistani ISI are probably going to bring it down by the end of the year. However, when Skull-face Biden is elected and the Obama-Holder-Jarrett cabal is back in the Executive Branch the virus will probably disappear from the reportage of the NYC-DC media hive and racial tensions undoubtedly will ease. Vote Skull-face!

    Replies: @Inquiring Mind

    Skull face?

    I thought that when he squints just right, he looks like banjo-playing boy?

  195. @anon
    @Anonymous

    The Portland Otonomous Zone.

    We all expect daily reports from Je Suis Omar. In fact, we demand them!

    Replies: @Mr. Anon

    The Portland Otonomous Zone.

    Very nice. This yields the acronym I was looking for. Of course, the actual word is spelled “autonomous”, but the inhabitants of the POZ would be too stupid to know that.

  196. @Anonymous
    @Reg Cæsar


    The only genocide in the Middle East is directed at Christians, and Jews are hardly the only ones responsible. They’re not the only ones who write backwards and deny Jesus.
     
    Jews are genociding the Muslims and Christians of Palestine.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    Jews are genociding the Muslims and Christians of Palestine.

    Like the Mohammedans genocided the Copts of Egypt?

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
    @Reg Cæsar

    'Like the Mohammedans genocided the Copts of Egypt?'

    No, not like that. After thirteen centuries of Muslim rule in Egypt, there are still Copts. In just seventy years, the Jews have already driven most of the Muslims and even more of the Christians from Palestine.

    Barring an end to Israel, not only will there not be any Christians or Muslims left in Palestine thirteen centuries from now, there won't be any left there one century from now.

    So no. Not like the Muslims in Egypt.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    , @Anonymous
    @Reg Cæsar



    Jews are genociding the Muslims and Christians of Palestine.
     
    Like the Mohammedans genocided the Copts of Egypt?
     
    The Copts were thriving until the Zionist Jews came along.
  197. @Curle
    @Con Moto

    Because they are cowards. Just like Mitt.

    Replies: @Mr. Anon

    Because they are cowards. Just like Mitt.

    Mitt isn’t just a coward. He is also a cynical opportunist.

    • Replies: @Lagertha
    @Mr. Anon

    Is it bad to hope these old people catch a bug and just die off so we can live in peace?!

  198. @Anonymous
    Biden... is unelectable... isn’t he... 😕

    https://twitter.com/bennyjohnson/status/1271126487794692096?s=20

    Replies: @Inquiring Mind

    Mr. Biden has the “one trick of telling stories that don’t go anywhere” down pat.

    Has he tied an onion to his belt, yet?

    https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=grandpa+simpson+belt+of+onions&docid=608006930336255615&mid=99D7C8C3388705205E0099D7C8C3388705205E00&view=detail&FORM=VIRE

  199. @Cpluskx
    In 20-30 years entire world will have to come together to fend off China. US may capitalize on that movement to reinvent itself as the leader of the good guys.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @donut, @Bucky, @Wilkey, @Colin Wright, @Hrw-500

    ‘In 20-30 years entire world will have to come together to fend off China.’

    Possibly — but maybe not. They’re certainly not saints, but Chinese aren’t particularly aggressive — either individually or collectively. One just tends to wind up doing business with them because it’s the best deal in town…and in a few years, guess what?

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @Colin Wright

    The government of China already owns most of the territory it really wants to own. (Taiwan being an exception.)

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Colin Wright

    , @Anonymous
    @Colin Wright


    and in a few years, guess what?
     
    I am trying to guess. What?
  200. @Reg Cæsar
    @Anonymous


    Jews are genociding the Muslims and Christians of Palestine.

     

    Like the Mohammedans genocided the Copts of Egypt?

    Replies: @Colin Wright, @Anonymous

    ‘Like the Mohammedans genocided the Copts of Egypt?’

    No, not like that. After thirteen centuries of Muslim rule in Egypt, there are still Copts. In just seventy years, the Jews have already driven most of the Muslims and even more of the Christians from Palestine.

    Barring an end to Israel, not only will there not be any Christians or Muslims left in Palestine thirteen centuries from now, there won’t be any left there one century from now.

    So no. Not like the Muslims in Egypt.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Colin Wright


    After thirteen centuries of Muslim rule in Egypt, there are still Copts.
     
    Yeah, ten percent at best. And they tattoo crosses on their babies' wrists because... well, you can guess.

    What will "America" be like when whites are only ten percent?

    As for Jews, why do they refuse to write in the direction God meant for us to? And what's their problem with Jesus? He's everyone's Savior, not just Christians'.
  201. Anon[376] • Disclaimer says:
    @J.Ross
    https://www.haaretz.com/amp/us-news/.premium-attacks-on-antifa-are-attacks-on-jews-1.8902330?__twitter_impression=true
    Ari Paul: Trump's attacks on Antifa are attacks on Jews

    Replies: @Anon

    Have you noticed DailyMail is throwing serious shade on Jews?
    It keeps bringing up cases of people shamed or fired because of white privilege, or BLM faux pas, but they’re Jews. A Glassman, Jessica Mulroney, a Gordon Klein prof, a Vakman coach, a few others I can’t right now recall. But they’re overepresented.

  202. Anonymous[303] • Disclaimer says:
    @syonredux
    @JohnnyWalker123


    The problem is that there’s no solidarity left in the White-American population. The White population is now extremely individualistic, with no sense of broader group identity.
     
    I'm afraid that it's far worse than that; large numbers of Anglo-Whites want their race to die.....

    White Republicans feel proud that they support Israel and are taking part in a mass-scale genocide in the Middle East.
     
    Don't be a goon. Middle Eastern Muslims are getting Europe. Who care about losing Syria when you're getting this in exchange:

    http://thats-normal.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/Sweden.jpg


    https://media.indiatimes.in/media/content/itimes/photo/2016/Feb/23/1456216451-around-paris-bike-and-barge-tour-france-tripsite.jpg

    https://mk0travelawayrru2xew.kinstacdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/cochem-town-germany.jpg

    Replies: @Anonymous, @JohnnyWalker123

    Don’t be a goon. Middle Eastern Muslims are getting Europe.

    They are getting Europe and greater access to the United States.

    And it is in exchange for their ceding the Eastern Mediterranean to the Jews.

    Not a bad deal.

    • Agree: syonredux
  203. @tyrone
    Who knew a level 4 pathogen lab would pay off so big.

    Replies: @Lagertha

    The virus not seen but carried around the world.

  204. @Mr. Anon
    @Curle


    Because they are cowards. Just like Mitt.
     
    Mitt isn't just a coward. He is also a cynical opportunist.

    Replies: @Lagertha

    Is it bad to hope these old people catch a bug and just die off so we can live in peace?!

  205. @kpkinsunnyphiladelphia
    @Arclight


    The difference between the US and Russia/China is that the latter’s leaders have a strong sense of national identity and that their nations deserve greatness.
     
    Two peas in a pod, as Forrest Gump might say.

    Then again, what a pod!

    One runs a country that only produces oil, has a crashing birth rate, replete with vodka swilling losers, and where the guys with the money live in London to watch their overpriced soccer teams or are lounging in their custom made villas on the shores of the Adriatic (Do svidaniya crazy Russian winters!)

    Those oligarchs have taken money laundering to a new art form.

    The other runs a country desperately trying to exit the 17th century for a couple hundred millions of its citizens, and to do so, they will cheat, steal, and make tons and tons of plastic trinkets for sale at Walmart and Target. Meanwhile they're working over time to ensure various forms of Han racial displacement in places like inner Mongolia, and, if they can't push out or breed out the ethnic groups -- those crazy Uyghurs just won't stop having babies -- we'll throw them into camps and force feed them pork tenderloin.

    Speaking of pork, they somehow can't seem to keep the little piggies from getting sick and being useless as food. On top of that they wind up infecting vast swaths of the global human population because their chief scientists are so incompetent as they forget to close the doors behind them when they leave the Level 4 virology lab for the evening.

    And millions and millions of young reproductive age males who, given the one child policy, will never get laid.

    And then -- worst of all!! -- Jack Ma, Ma Huateng, and all the other Chinese billionaires are buying up all the good French wine!

    "Greatness." Yeah, that's what's happening.

    Replies: @Anonymous Jew, @Anonymous, @Johnny Smoggins, @anon

    “Greatness.” Yeah, that’s what’s happening.

    Delusional cope. China is soaring past the US and Russia will still be Russian 50 years from now. The USA won’t even be here anymore during that time. It will collapse like the Soviet Union. Bankrupt, Balkanized, and authoritarian oligarchies don’t last.

  206. @englishmike
    @syonredux

    Meanwhile, in other news, the British media are reporting that - in the words of the BBC News website -


    Nigel Farage is to leave his talk show on LBC radio with "immediate effect", the station confirmed on Thursday.
     

    The station added: "We thank Nigel for the enormous contribution he has made to LBC and wish him well."

    The Nigel Farage Show had been on air for three years, and offered callers the chance to sound off about political topics.
     
    Neither Farage nor LBC has so far given a reason for his abrupt exit, but several news outlets have reported that, as the BBC explains,

    This week the 56-year-old [Farage] compared Black Lives Matters protestors to the Taliban, for demolishing statues of slaves traders.
     

    Replies: @Peripatetic Commenter, @Lagertha

    I will never forgive the Taliban vermin for bombing the Bamayan Bhuddist caves. I don’t like Muslim men because I was assaulted by groups of them when I was a teen and young woman – back then, nobody cared about MeToo. I won’t even travel to Muslim countries, and, I resent them in Europe. They are evil misogynists who use the people of Europe and the USA, Canada. No one wants them in our lands.

    • Replies: @Lagertha
    @Lagertha

    I still feel the same way. Having been raped by roving bands of Muslims will never leave me/nor think I can overlook this shit. Clue for iSteve: this is why I hate so very much ...and am so angry!

  207. @syonredux
    @JohnnyWalker123


    The problem is that there’s no solidarity left in the White-American population. The White population is now extremely individualistic, with no sense of broader group identity.
     
    I'm afraid that it's far worse than that; large numbers of Anglo-Whites want their race to die.....

    White Republicans feel proud that they support Israel and are taking part in a mass-scale genocide in the Middle East.
     
    Don't be a goon. Middle Eastern Muslims are getting Europe. Who care about losing Syria when you're getting this in exchange:

    http://thats-normal.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/Sweden.jpg


    https://media.indiatimes.in/media/content/itimes/photo/2016/Feb/23/1456216451-around-paris-bike-and-barge-tour-france-tripsite.jpg

    https://mk0travelawayrru2xew.kinstacdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/cochem-town-germany.jpg

    Replies: @Anonymous, @JohnnyWalker123

    I’m afraid that it’s far worse than that; large numbers of Anglo-Whites want their race to die…..

    Not really. If you scratch the surface of a “White” who seems awfully obsessed with destroying the White race, you’ll find a fair fraction of these individuals are ((())).

    Aside from the ((())), most Whites who want to destroy the White race fall into 3 categories.

    1. Mentally ill.
    2. Careerist whites who are being bribed (or in some cases blackmailed) by Jews. Like Bill and Hillary Clinton.
    3. Ordinary Whites (often moderate to liberal) who are being intimidated into supporting their racial dispossession.

    Don’t be a goon. Middle Eastern Muslims are getting Europe. Who care about losing Syria when you’re getting this in exchange:

    30 million Muslims live in Western Europe. Out of 2 billion Muslims worldwide. 1.5% of the global Muslim population.

    6 million Syrians were displaced by the war. 1 million ended up in Europe. 400,000-600,000 are dead. Thanks to American interference.

    Ultimately, Jews are working at both ends of this. As Neocons, they are pushing bloody wars to ethnically cleanse much of the Middle East. As liberals, they are pushing for Europe to take in huge numbers of refugees.

    There may be a logic to the madness. Maybe the Jews want to resettle their rapidly growing population in various colonies throughout the Middle East and need “Lebensraum.” So by killing or driving out Muslims, they accomplish their goal.

    • Replies: @syonredux
    @JohnnyWalker123

    "I’m afraid that it’s far worse than that; large numbers of Anglo-Whites want their race to die…..

    Not really. If you scratch the surface of a “White” who seems awfully obsessed with destroying the White race, you’ll find a fair fraction of these individuals are ((()))."

    Nah. I know tons of White Christians/post-Christians who want the White race to end. For example, I know a "conservative" Republican guy who rejoiced at the fact that his grandchildren were not White....


    "30 million Muslims live in Western Europe. Out of 2 billion Muslims worldwide. 1.5% of the global Muslim population."

    And their numbers keep growing....

    "6 million Syrians were displaced by the war. 1 million ended up in Europe. 400,000-600,000 are dead. Thanks to American interference."


    Think about that....One million Syrians defiling Europe....


    Ultimately, Jews are working at both ends of this. As Neocons, they are pushing bloody wars to ethnically cleanse much of the Middle East. As liberals, they are pushing for Europe to take in huge numbers of refugees.

    There may be a logic to the madness. Maybe the Jews want to resettle their rapidly growing population in various colonies throughout the Middle East and need “Lebensraum.” So by killing or driving out Muslims, they accomplish their goal.
     

    As I said, all part of the plan. Israel gets hegemony in the Middle East, and the Muslims get Europe....

    https://cdn.counter-currents.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/refugeeseurope.jpg

    Replies: @Colin Wright

    , @syonredux
    @JohnnyWalker123


    Ultimately, Jews are working at both ends of this. As Neocons, they are pushing bloody wars to ethnically cleanse much of the Middle East. As liberals, they are pushing for Europe to take in huge numbers of refugees.

    There may be a logic to the madness. Maybe the Jews want to resettle their rapidly growing population in various colonies throughout the Middle East and need “Lebensraum.” So by killing or driving out Muslims, they accomplish their goal.
     
    And smart Muslims know the score; I know a lot of Muslim academics who softpedal the whole Israel question while talking up the need for White Europe to "open up" (telling phrase) to Muslim immigration.....
  208. @Reg Cæsar
    @JohnnyWalker123


    White Republicans feel proud that they support Israel and are taking part in a mass-scale genocide in the Middle East.
     
    The only genocide in the Middle East is directed at Christians, and Jews are hardly the only ones responsible. They're not the only ones who write backwards and deny Jesus.

    The Jews have turned America into a hideous fusion of Cultural Revolution-era China and Weimar Germany.

     

    Well, since we're talking of the Roaring Twenties, whose side are you on in the monkey trial? Bryan's and the state's, or the ACLU's? The chimps are coming home to roost!

    Replies: @Anonymous, @JohnnyWalker123

    The only genocide in the Middle East is directed at Christians

    Sure, lots of Christians have been killed.

    Who was protecting them?

    Bashar Al-Assad.

    Saddam Hussein.

    PLO.

    Strong dictators protect Christians, while anarchy endangers them.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @JohnnyWalker123


    Strong dictators protect Christians, while anarchy endangers them.

     

    Because Arabs need a firm hand to smack them. There is no group on earth less suited to democracy, not even Africans. They should give up on nation-states and go back to sultanates. The only Arab states that work at all are local monarchies.

    They have more land than Canada, and more people than America, yet fail to make anything of it. If you're going to be anti-Semitic, be consistent!

    Are people here defending Mohammedan Araby for free? You should be demanding some of that oil money.

    Replies: @Colin Wright

  209. @Colin Wright
    @Cpluskx

    'In 20-30 years entire world will have to come together to fend off China.'

    Possibly -- but maybe not. They're certainly not saints, but Chinese aren't particularly aggressive -- either individually or collectively. One just tends to wind up doing business with them because it's the best deal in town...and in a few years, guess what?

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Anonymous

    The government of China already owns most of the territory it really wants to own. (Taiwan being an exception.)

    • Agree: PiltdownMan
    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Steve Sailer


    The government of China already owns most of the territory it really wants to own. (Taiwan being an exception.)

     

    Territory is overrated. What they want is meritory, i.e., the sea. And enough rocks in it to build a giant EEZ.

    http://www.southchinasea.org/maps/territorial-claims-maps/

    Taiwan's claim is coterminous with the PRC's:

    http://www.southchinasea.org/files/2013/01/Disputed-claims-in-the-south-china-sea-Agence-France-Presse.jpg


    http://www.southchinasea.org/files/2011/08/map_small.gif


    http://www.southchinasea.org/files/2011/08/Taiwans-Nine-dash-Line-Map-of-the-South-China-Sea.jpg
    , @Colin Wright
    @Steve Sailer

    'The government of China already owns most of the territory it really wants to own. (Taiwan being an exception.)'

    I think China is an amoral, powerful, ordinarily acquisitive state that is both entitled and destined to be a great power.

    It's a good idea to judiciously decide what the rest of us are and aren't willing to permit her and make those parameters clear; however, there's no need to go nuts and start building bomb shelters.

    In my view, if the other states in the region (Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, the Philippines, Viet Nam, Thailand, Burma are capable of acting collectively to bar Chinese expansion and prepared to do it, we should offer them our support.

    If not, oh well. We shouldn't try to lay down the law to China on our own. It won't work, and it's not necessary.

  210. @Colin Wright
    @Reg Cæsar

    'Like the Mohammedans genocided the Copts of Egypt?'

    No, not like that. After thirteen centuries of Muslim rule in Egypt, there are still Copts. In just seventy years, the Jews have already driven most of the Muslims and even more of the Christians from Palestine.

    Barring an end to Israel, not only will there not be any Christians or Muslims left in Palestine thirteen centuries from now, there won't be any left there one century from now.

    So no. Not like the Muslims in Egypt.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    After thirteen centuries of Muslim rule in Egypt, there are still Copts.

    Yeah, ten percent at best. And they tattoo crosses on their babies’ wrists because… well, you can guess.

    What will “America” be like when whites are only ten percent?

    As for Jews, why do they refuse to write in the direction God meant for us to? And what’s their problem with Jesus? He’s everyone’s Savior, not just Christians’.

  211. @JohnnyWalker123
    @Reg Cæsar


    The only genocide in the Middle East is directed at Christians
     
    Sure, lots of Christians have been killed.

    Who was protecting them?

    Bashar Al-Assad.

    Saddam Hussein.

    PLO.

    Strong dictators protect Christians, while anarchy endangers them.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    Strong dictators protect Christians, while anarchy endangers them.

    Because Arabs need a firm hand to smack them. There is no group on earth less suited to democracy, not even Africans. They should give up on nation-states and go back to sultanates. The only Arab states that work at all are local monarchies.

    They have more land than Canada, and more people than America, yet fail to make anything of it. If you’re going to be anti-Semitic, be consistent!

    Are people here defending Mohammedan Araby for free? You should be demanding some of that oil money.

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
    @Reg Cæsar

    'Because Arabs need a firm hand to smack them. There is no group on earth less suited to democracy, not even Africans. They should give up on nation-states and go back to sultanates. The only Arab states that work at all are local monarchies.'

    Algeria and Tunisia both seem fairly functional at the moment. The Maltese -- although not commonly accounted as Arabs -- do speak an Arabic language, and Malta works about as well as most places.

    On the hand, Hitler's little helpers have certainly done an extraordinary amount to destabilize Lebanon, Syria, Palestine, Egypt, and Iraq over the years. You can't really blame the current state of affairs in any of those states on some quality inherent in Arabs.

    Forty years ago, how suited would you have said Hispanics were for democracy? Eighty years ago, how about Europeans? At the moment, how about us?

    Maybe we need a firm hand to smack us as well. It's starting to look kind of like it.

    Replies: @Lot

  212. @Steve Sailer
    @Colin Wright

    The government of China already owns most of the territory it really wants to own. (Taiwan being an exception.)

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Colin Wright

    The government of China already owns most of the territory it really wants to own. (Taiwan being an exception.)

    Territory is overrated. What they want is meritory, i.e., the sea. And enough rocks in it to build a giant EEZ.

    http://www.southchinasea.org/maps/territorial-claims-maps/

    Taiwan’s claim is coterminous with the PRC’s:

  213. @JohnnyWalker123
    @syonredux


    I’m afraid that it’s far worse than that; large numbers of Anglo-Whites want their race to die…..

     

    Not really. If you scratch the surface of a "White" who seems awfully obsessed with destroying the White race, you'll find a fair fraction of these individuals are ((())).

    Aside from the ((())), most Whites who want to destroy the White race fall into 3 categories.

    1. Mentally ill.
    2. Careerist whites who are being bribed (or in some cases blackmailed) by Jews. Like Bill and Hillary Clinton.
    3. Ordinary Whites (often moderate to liberal) who are being intimidated into supporting their racial dispossession.

    Don’t be a goon. Middle Eastern Muslims are getting Europe. Who care about losing Syria when you’re getting this in exchange:

     

    30 million Muslims live in Western Europe. Out of 2 billion Muslims worldwide. 1.5% of the global Muslim population.

    6 million Syrians were displaced by the war. 1 million ended up in Europe. 400,000-600,000 are dead. Thanks to American interference.

    Ultimately, Jews are working at both ends of this. As Neocons, they are pushing bloody wars to ethnically cleanse much of the Middle East. As liberals, they are pushing for Europe to take in huge numbers of refugees.

    There may be a logic to the madness. Maybe the Jews want to resettle their rapidly growing population in various colonies throughout the Middle East and need "Lebensraum." So by killing or driving out Muslims, they accomplish their goal.

    Replies: @syonredux, @syonredux

    “I’m afraid that it’s far worse than that; large numbers of Anglo-Whites want their race to die…..

    Not really. If you scratch the surface of a “White” who seems awfully obsessed with destroying the White race, you’ll find a fair fraction of these individuals are ((())).”

    Nah. I know tons of White Christians/post-Christians who want the White race to end. For example, I know a “conservative” Republican guy who rejoiced at the fact that his grandchildren were not White….

    “30 million Muslims live in Western Europe. Out of 2 billion Muslims worldwide. 1.5% of the global Muslim population.”

    And their numbers keep growing….

    “6 million Syrians were displaced by the war. 1 million ended up in Europe. 400,000-600,000 are dead. Thanks to American interference.”

    Think about that….One million Syrians defiling Europe….

    Ultimately, Jews are working at both ends of this. As Neocons, they are pushing bloody wars to ethnically cleanse much of the Middle East. As liberals, they are pushing for Europe to take in huge numbers of refugees.

    There may be a logic to the madness. Maybe the Jews want to resettle their rapidly growing population in various colonies throughout the Middle East and need “Lebensraum.” So by killing or driving out Muslims, they accomplish their goal.

    As I said, all part of the plan. Israel gets hegemony in the Middle East, and the Muslims get Europe….

    • Agree: Mr McKenna
    • Replies: @Colin Wright
    @syonredux

    '“6 million Syrians were displaced by the war. 1 million ended up in Europe. 400,000-600,000 are dead. Thanks to American interference.”

    Think about that….One million Syrians defiling Europe….'


    Well, Syrians are pretty white.

    I find the blacks far more disturbing. In fact I've always wondered at the European obsession with 'Muslims.' When I was in Europe in 2015 and 2017, I found the blacks both far more visible and far more obviously out of place than the Muslims.

    Is it some kind of redirection? It's wrong to hate blacks but more or less okay to object to 'Muslims'?

    I've been to Turkey. Mighty fine place. You'll never get me to go to Nigeria; I've seen blacks right here in the United States.

    ...and I've seen them in Europe as well -- but all the squeaking is about 'Muslims.'

    Go figure.

  214. @JohnnyWalker123
    @syonredux


    I’m afraid that it’s far worse than that; large numbers of Anglo-Whites want their race to die…..

     

    Not really. If you scratch the surface of a "White" who seems awfully obsessed with destroying the White race, you'll find a fair fraction of these individuals are ((())).

    Aside from the ((())), most Whites who want to destroy the White race fall into 3 categories.

    1. Mentally ill.
    2. Careerist whites who are being bribed (or in some cases blackmailed) by Jews. Like Bill and Hillary Clinton.
    3. Ordinary Whites (often moderate to liberal) who are being intimidated into supporting their racial dispossession.

    Don’t be a goon. Middle Eastern Muslims are getting Europe. Who care about losing Syria when you’re getting this in exchange:

     

    30 million Muslims live in Western Europe. Out of 2 billion Muslims worldwide. 1.5% of the global Muslim population.

    6 million Syrians were displaced by the war. 1 million ended up in Europe. 400,000-600,000 are dead. Thanks to American interference.

    Ultimately, Jews are working at both ends of this. As Neocons, they are pushing bloody wars to ethnically cleanse much of the Middle East. As liberals, they are pushing for Europe to take in huge numbers of refugees.

    There may be a logic to the madness. Maybe the Jews want to resettle their rapidly growing population in various colonies throughout the Middle East and need "Lebensraum." So by killing or driving out Muslims, they accomplish their goal.

    Replies: @syonredux, @syonredux

    Ultimately, Jews are working at both ends of this. As Neocons, they are pushing bloody wars to ethnically cleanse much of the Middle East. As liberals, they are pushing for Europe to take in huge numbers of refugees.

    There may be a logic to the madness. Maybe the Jews want to resettle their rapidly growing population in various colonies throughout the Middle East and need “Lebensraum.” So by killing or driving out Muslims, they accomplish their goal.

    And smart Muslims know the score; I know a lot of Muslim academics who softpedal the whole Israel question while talking up the need for White Europe to “open up” (telling phrase) to Muslim immigration…..

  215. Steve seems to have forgotten his own “world’s most important chart”. If you look at demographics long term Russia and China don’t really have that much to laugh about. Ugandans, Zambians and Nigerians are the ones laughing their asses off.

  216. @Malcolm X-Lax
    @AnotherDad

    I wonder what average Russians think of N. America and Europe being overwhelmed (or soon-to-be overwhelmed) by third world people and third world politics. I doubt most are cheerleading. The Chinese probably don’t care much. They may shake their heads that we’ve allowed this to happen, though.

    Replies: @LoutishAngloQuebecker

    They don’t care. They are kind of puzzled but also smug because their #1 competition just decided to commit suicide.

    Roundeye be nuts, I guess.

  217. @Known Fact
    @Anonymous

    I'm suggesting free of charge they call it Zone of Autonomy: Portland -- ZAP! Cool lightning-bolt logo to follow.

    Replies: @duncsbaby, @Jim Don Bob

    • Replies: @Known Fact
    @duncsbaby

    Possibly the best white riot since 1921 Tulsa! I'm suspecting you were one of the ringleaders -- and have spent the last 50 years on the run, one step ahead of the North Dakota Bureau of Investigation

  218. @Arclight
    The difference between the US and Russia/China is that the latter's leaders have a strong sense of national identity and that their nations deserve greatness. In the US on the other hand, half of our political leaders think our culture needs to be destroyed, and the other half are too busy finding ways to pass legislation to please their corporate donors than pay attention to the people they supposedly represent and whose interests they should safeguard.

    Replies: @The Other Romanian, @kpkinsunnyphiladelphia, @BenKenobi, @Ed, @AnotherDad, @Lot, @Malcolm X-Lax, @Altai, @JohnnyWalker123, @Loup-Bouc

    half of our political leaders think our culture needs to be destroyed

    What “culture”?

  219. Anonymous[185] • Disclaimer says:
    @Colin Wright
    @Cpluskx

    'In 20-30 years entire world will have to come together to fend off China.'

    Possibly -- but maybe not. They're certainly not saints, but Chinese aren't particularly aggressive -- either individually or collectively. One just tends to wind up doing business with them because it's the best deal in town...and in a few years, guess what?

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Anonymous

    and in a few years, guess what?

    I am trying to guess. What?

  220. @Cpluskx
    In 20-30 years entire world will have to come together to fend off China. US may capitalize on that movement to reinvent itself as the leader of the good guys.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @donut, @Bucky, @Wilkey, @Colin Wright, @Hrw-500

    I guess India will said “Hold my beer”.

    Interesting to note then some novels done by Jack London and Tom Clancy titled “The Unparalleled Invasion” and “The Bear and the Dragon” featured stories involving Russia and America joinning their forces against China.

  221. @Lot
    @Arclight

    Your faith in the leadership of these two dictatorships is not shared by the leadership itself, which isn’t willing to chance a free press or real elections.

    We’ll eventually see just how much solidarity the billionaire class of China has with their peons when wage rates are high enough to entice third world migrants.

    Ultimately not a good comparison, as core Americans are the heirs of men unwilling to tolerate the yoke, while the Russians and Chinese people submit with bovine resignation.

    Replies: @anon, @Paul Jolliffe

    Lot said:

    “We’ll eventually see just how much solidarity the billionaire class of China has with their peons when wage rates are high enough to entice third world migrants.”

    Well, eventually that may happen, but with 1.3 billion people, upward pressure on Chinese wages won’t happen anytime soon, probably not for decades.

  222. S says:

    The Soviet KGB defector Anatoliy Golitsyn claimed almost forty years ago that the purported latter 1950’s ‘Sino-Soviet split’ was not real, that in reality it had been a planned strategic false split to psycholgically disarm the Capitalist West about it’s then growing concerns of monolithic Communist power.

    Golitsyn wrote that someday the Soviet Union and Red China would openly join back together and form ‘one clenched fist’ to smash the Capitalist powers, and thereby obtain total victory. Before that took place Red China and the Soviet Union would play good cop/bad cop to the world in what Golitsyn called the ‘scissors strategy’.

    The thing is, what if the Capitalist US and UK had long been playing exactly the same game, for the very same strategic reasons?

    A generally unknown 1853 US book called the New Rome claimed the 1776 Revolution was a planned false split between the United States and United Kingdom as well, and that someday the US/UK would join back together to form a practically unbeatable united front, and smash Russian power in a future ‘world’s war’, also obtaining total victory.

    Of the defectors, Golitsyn’s insight and forecasts are thought to be amongst the most accurate. The New Rome is also quite accurate in its forecasts and insightful. (See link below)

    Curiously, British intelligence agency(s) acknowledges this about Golitsyn, but the one thing they denounce is his claim that the Sino-Soviet split was not real.

    Yes, one has to be quite cautious about these things, naturally, where disinformation abounds, but isn’t that something someone might do if they wanted to preclude some major crimethink in regards to the US/UK…ie that if a person were to accept that the Communist Soviet Union and Red China had engaged in a strategic false split, that they might ultimately conclude that the Capitalist US/UK had done exactly the same thing?

    New Lies For Old (1984) – pg 338

    ‘The element of apparent duality in Soviet and Chinese policies will disappear. The hitherto concealed coordination between them will become visible and predominant. The Soviets and the Chinese will be officially reconciled. Thus the scissors strategy will develop logically into the “strategy of one clenched fist” to provide the foundation and driving force of a world communist federation.’

    https://archive.org/details/NewLiesForOldOnesGolitsyn/page/n347/mode/2up

    https://majorityrights.com/weblog/comments/the_new_rome_or_the_united_states_of_the_world_1853/

  223. @Known Fact
    @Anonymous

    I'm suggesting free of charge they call it Zone of Autonomy: Portland -- ZAP! Cool lightning-bolt logo to follow.

    Replies: @duncsbaby, @Jim Don Bob

    How about Socialist Portland Autonomy Zone or SPAZ for short?

  224. @duncsbaby
    @Known Fact

    Never forget!

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

    Replies: @Known Fact

    Possibly the best white riot since 1921 Tulsa! I’m suspecting you were one of the ringleaders — and have spent the last 50 years on the run, one step ahead of the North Dakota Bureau of Investigation

  225. @Father Coughlin
    Not from the Onion: Lady Antebellum Makes Name Change in Response to Black Lives Matter Movement

    Replies: @Hibernian, @GoRedWings!

    Not from the Onion: Lady Antebellum Makes Name Change in Response to Black Lives Matter Movement

    The BBC has taken an episode of ‘Fawlty Towers’ (‘The Germans’) off its streaming service which had already been censored (in the original version, John Cleese talks incorrectly about the people from the West Indies, including either a word that rhymes on bigger or one that rhymes on re-grow – the report wasn’t clear on that), but is now deemed too racist.
    ‘Little Britain’ has been cancelled, as well. (Apparently, blackface in one episode was enough)

  226. Rob says:
    @El Dato
    Perceptive Nebojsa is perceptive

    Whose side are generals on? As Joint Chiefs chairman APOLOGIZES for standing by Trump, Biden confident of military support

    Biden’s “single greatest concern” is that Trump is “going to try to steal this election,” he told the Daily Show host Trevor Noah in a video interview published on Thursday morning.

    He could not hide his pleasure with the fact that several former and current military officials have spoken out against the president recently, adding that he was “absolutely convinced they will escort him from the White House with great dispatch” if Trump loses the election but refuses to concede.

    ...

    You might also recall that it was the media and the Democrats who howled about Trump’s “dictatorial” militarization of America when he called up the National Guard and active duty troops as rioting threatened to get out of hand just last week. Never mind that he didn’t actually deploy the troops, or invoke the Insurrection Act. Note, however, that Biden just insinuated that the “apolitical” military is actually in his corner.

    ...

    Last week, the media did their best to paint Defense Secretary Mark Esper’s comments about there being no need for troops as “defying” Trump. Much was also made of the ritualistic denunciations of Trump by former generals and admirals – including Esper’s predecessor Jim Mattis – on the pages of the Atlantic, a liberal flagship magazine. Mattis specifically accused the military of violating Americans’ constitutional rights in Lafayette Square for “a bizarre photo op for the elected commander-in-chief, with military leadership standing alongside.” It isn’t hard to read Milley’s words as a direct response to this.

    This open meddling of current and former military officers into civilian politics – under the guise of opposing the alleged politicization of the military by Trump, of course – just so happens to be a key element of “color revolution” tactics, as pointed out by the Atlantic’s own Franklin Foer, who wrote about this phenomenon approvingly.

    Foer and others praising the “color revolution” model were very careful not to mention that it is a “template for winning other people’s elections,” and “engineering democracy through the ballot box and civil disobedience,” first developed for regime change in Serbia 20 years ago, as the Guardian once described it.

    Think of that when you ponder why Biden – who can’t remember what office he’s running for on any given day – is so “absolutely convinced” the military will be in his corner come November.
     

    Replies: @Rob

    Ever see the phrase ‘projection does not only happen in movie theatres’? Sailer may have come up with it. I get the feeling that ‘woe is us, Trump might lose the election and stay President illegally’ is projection, and if they lose the election, especially if there is anything emotes fishy about the election, y’know, the sorts of absentee ballot shenanigans that always seem to favor Democrats, or even if Trump legitimately wins the electoral college, but loses the popular vote by a larger margin than last time, there will be huge pressure from the establishment for the military to stage a coup and install Biden.

    That’s an iffy scenario, because I don’t think Trump will win without the reshoring factories vote in the foundry states. Yet, if blacks and Antifa keep rioting…

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
    @Rob

    '... there will be huge pressure from the establishment for the military to stage a coup and install Biden...'

    The big flaw with all these military coup fantasies is who is in the military -- particularly in the combat units.

    If they do stage a coup, it won't be on behalf of the Left.

    Replies: @Rob

  227. Rob says:

    I think the Democratic, media, and establishment have an interesting strategy I’m going to call, ‘they woulda too.’ In the first step today’s extremists (tomorrow’s middle of the road and establishment conventional wisdom) or highbrow Dem/establishment media put forth a scenario where if the Democrats do x, then Republicans might do y. Then, through repetition in the media, it becomes conventional wisdom that Republicans will do y. Then the Democrats do y (or reverse y, as the case may be) with the justification that Republicans would have done y, so Democrats doing it is only fair. Missing in this is any hint from Republican piliticians or conservative media that Republicans would have done.

    Here’s yet another example of how to use a ‘MORE’ tag:

    [MORE]

    Let’s take the Supreme Court as an example. The progressive media start in with saying that too many justices were appointed by Republicans, just through dumb luck and a small population of justices, in addition to robbing Obama of appointing Merrill Garland. So the say that the Next Democratic administration should pack the Court, adding (I think) three seats. Then they say that this might have some drawbacks, like conservative states ignoring Supreme Court decisions.

    Then more media pick up and start amplifying that Republicans might ignore a progressive court if the progressive majority came about through means they did not consider legitimate, like court-packing. Then, as it filters down to lower and dumber establishment outfits, hardens, and they start saying Republican governors and legislatures will ignore progressive rulings, like it’s established fact, or even a plank in the Republican platform, they don’t argue it, or make a case that Republicans would do it, just put it out as a fact that is so obvious it does not need support.

    This sets the stage for progressive/establishment governments to ignore conservative rulings, with the excuse that Republican states would ignore rulings they didn’t like, and everyone knows it.

    This last step hasn’t happened in this case yet, but I’m sure it has happened in other things the Democrats have done that I didn’t notice because I’m marinated in media, and it was just abvious that the Republicans woulda done it, too.

    In the case of the courts, I could see the Republican base being pretty put out if the Democrats pack the Supreme Court, but if conservative states didn’t ignore gay marriage or Roe, they’ll follow any court ruling,

    As an aside, do conservatives, or at least hbd-aware or intuiting conservatives, really want the sorts of women and the men who supplied the sperm to have more kids? Is getting more garbage people really the hill they want to die on?

    Another example is using the military to oust Trump if Biden doesn’t win. First the Democratsand media very tentatively suggested that there was maybe, possibly a slight chance that Trump would try to stay President if he lost. Then it got slowly ramped up, and now the hosts of Morning Joe on MSNBC are saying that he won’t leave when (not if) he loses. When Biden said he was sure the military would remove Trump from office, did he even say, ‘if I win the election,’ or did he say it like he was supporting a coup?

    Are there any other clear cases of ‘they woulda, too’ where the Democrats have already done the thing the media planted as conventional wisdom that the Republicans were going to do?

  228. @Reg Cæsar
    @JohnnyWalker123


    Strong dictators protect Christians, while anarchy endangers them.

     

    Because Arabs need a firm hand to smack them. There is no group on earth less suited to democracy, not even Africans. They should give up on nation-states and go back to sultanates. The only Arab states that work at all are local monarchies.

    They have more land than Canada, and more people than America, yet fail to make anything of it. If you're going to be anti-Semitic, be consistent!

    Are people here defending Mohammedan Araby for free? You should be demanding some of that oil money.

    Replies: @Colin Wright

    ‘Because Arabs need a firm hand to smack them. There is no group on earth less suited to democracy, not even Africans. They should give up on nation-states and go back to sultanates. The only Arab states that work at all are local monarchies.’

    Algeria and Tunisia both seem fairly functional at the moment. The Maltese — although not commonly accounted as Arabs — do speak an Arabic language, and Malta works about as well as most places.

    On the hand, Hitler’s little helpers have certainly done an extraordinary amount to destabilize Lebanon, Syria, Palestine, Egypt, and Iraq over the years. You can’t really blame the current state of affairs in any of those states on some quality inherent in Arabs.

    Forty years ago, how suited would you have said Hispanics were for democracy? Eighty years ago, how about Europeans? At the moment, how about us?

    Maybe we need a firm hand to smack us as well. It’s starting to look kind of like it.

    • Replies: @Lot
    @Colin Wright

    “ You can’t really blame the current state of affairs in any of those states on some quality inherent in Arabs.”

    Of course YOU can’t.

    For Colin and the Unzer Counter-Semite Crew, Muslims are blessed with an eternal and inherent innocence. The same superstition is found in Muslims themselves and the Euroweenie left.

    I do agree with him that on the Cretinous Curve one must grade Arabs, Algerians get a solid B+. Their ten year civil war featuring child soldiers, journalist murders, car bombs, and other typical Muslimy stuff did end in something other than a warlordish failed state. They also don’t practice FGM.

    On the other hand, they are nearly white but have a black African per capita GDP of $4,000 despite sitting on heaps of oil and gas and easy access to European markets.

    Most of the good things about Algeria appear to be a result of the Berbers not taking Islam too seriously and often not speaking Arabic. For example, the half Berber Isabel Adjani.

    https://annfosterwriter.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/queen-margot-isabelle-adjani.jpg

    Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard

  229. @Rob
    @El Dato

    Ever see the phrase ‘projection does not only happen in movie theatres’? Sailer may have come up with it. I get the feeling that ‘woe is us, Trump might lose the election and stay President illegally’ is projection, and if they lose the election, especially if there is anything emotes fishy about the election, y’know, the sorts of absentee ballot shenanigans that always seem to favor Democrats, or even if Trump legitimately wins the electoral college, but loses the popular vote by a larger margin than last time, there will be huge pressure from the establishment for the military to stage a coup and install Biden.

    That’s an iffy scenario, because I don’t think Trump will win without the reshoring factories vote in the foundry states. Yet, if blacks and Antifa keep rioting...

    Replies: @Colin Wright

    ‘… there will be huge pressure from the establishment for the military to stage a coup and install Biden…’

    The big flaw with all these military coup fantasies is who is in the military — particularly in the combat units.

    If they do stage a coup, it won’t be on behalf of the Left.

    • Replies: @Rob
    @Colin Wright

    My sister’s ex-boyfriend was a Jewish Ukrainian (Russian) Marine, He was good with computers, but he wasn’t a citizen, so they put him in heavy weaponry, or artillery, something like that.

    The military has a fair number of foreign nationals, not to mention technical Americans like Peurto Ricans and Guamanians.

    I know they want every non-feral body they can get, especially if that body comes with a brain,

    I read a book called Life in the Soviet Arm by a defector writing under the pen name Victor Suvarov. He said the Soviets never stationer Armenian troops in Armenia or Azeri troops in Azerbaijan. Not sure about Russian troops in Russia. They were always of a different nationality than the people they protected from bloodthirsty, rapacious, capitalist stooges. The government’s reasoning was that if troops needed to put down a protest, riot, or rebellion, then foreigners were more likely to obey orders and shoot.

    If I remember right, the CCP took so long to do the Tiananmen Square protest was that they brought in uneducated, ignorant troops from the sticks. They thought Beijing troops might not follow orders.

    I sometimes wonder if that’s why the military likes to have officers and enlisted men who aren’t rural, flyover state whites. I mean, if there were a black rebellion, black troops might not be your first choice to put it down.

  230. @ben tillman
    @Gordo


    US and UK deep states have failed.
     
    I'd like to think that's true, but you're going to have to explain it to me.

    Replies: @Gordo

    In as much as they have failed to maintain an powerful ethnic elite that protects the state by controlling the organs of the state, like Russians in Russia, Jews in Israel, Han in China.

    UK and US deep states are riddled.

  231. @John Achterhof
    @Old Palo Altan

    The events several years ago at Evergreen State have all the relevance to the present outbreak in America of a new civic religion and aggressive political enterprise - The Great Awokening - as the 18th century Paris cafe political activists, the "philosophes", had to the origin of America as a constitutional republic. Many political, institutional and corporate leaders are now in the role of the hapless Evergreen State president, George Bridges.

    You strike me as a knowledgeable guy, OPA. History is a study that requires great conscientiousness both in choice of educator and in dilligence to the text, that in consideration of the presentation of themes, developments and cultural conditions underlying events one may gain some measure not just of knowledge of history but of broad comprehension.

    Replies: @Curle, @Old Palo Altan

    Apparently the Evergreen State College case is so well known in America that your failure to remind your readers that it took place in 2017 was unremarkable.
    I am afraid that from my perch here in North Britain it is an event which passed unnoticed.

    Now that I have been forced to learn about it, your point is one with which I am in full agreement:
    the early signs of collapse are pregnant with everything which comes after.

    One of my many worries, though, is that what we are seeing now are the real “early signs” and that what is coming down the line will be exponentially worse.

    Worries? No: certainties.

    • Agree: John Achterhof
  232. @Thea
    Just like the USSR in the 1990s, A new country was even formed - Seattlistan.

    Replies: @Thirdtwin, @Escher

    The law abiding citizenry created the settlement of Many-a-police.

  233. @syonredux
    @JohnnyWalker123

    "I’m afraid that it’s far worse than that; large numbers of Anglo-Whites want their race to die…..

    Not really. If you scratch the surface of a “White” who seems awfully obsessed with destroying the White race, you’ll find a fair fraction of these individuals are ((()))."

    Nah. I know tons of White Christians/post-Christians who want the White race to end. For example, I know a "conservative" Republican guy who rejoiced at the fact that his grandchildren were not White....


    "30 million Muslims live in Western Europe. Out of 2 billion Muslims worldwide. 1.5% of the global Muslim population."

    And their numbers keep growing....

    "6 million Syrians were displaced by the war. 1 million ended up in Europe. 400,000-600,000 are dead. Thanks to American interference."


    Think about that....One million Syrians defiling Europe....


    Ultimately, Jews are working at both ends of this. As Neocons, they are pushing bloody wars to ethnically cleanse much of the Middle East. As liberals, they are pushing for Europe to take in huge numbers of refugees.

    There may be a logic to the madness. Maybe the Jews want to resettle their rapidly growing population in various colonies throughout the Middle East and need “Lebensraum.” So by killing or driving out Muslims, they accomplish their goal.
     

    As I said, all part of the plan. Israel gets hegemony in the Middle East, and the Muslims get Europe....

    https://cdn.counter-currents.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/refugeeseurope.jpg

    Replies: @Colin Wright

    ‘“6 million Syrians were displaced by the war. 1 million ended up in Europe. 400,000-600,000 are dead. Thanks to American interference.”

    Think about that….One million Syrians defiling Europe….’

    Well, Syrians are pretty white.

    I find the blacks far more disturbing. In fact I’ve always wondered at the European obsession with ‘Muslims.’ When I was in Europe in 2015 and 2017, I found the blacks both far more visible and far more obviously out of place than the Muslims.

    Is it some kind of redirection? It’s wrong to hate blacks but more or less okay to object to ‘Muslims’?

    I’ve been to Turkey. Mighty fine place. You’ll never get me to go to Nigeria; I’ve seen blacks right here in the United States.

    …and I’ve seen them in Europe as well — but all the squeaking is about ‘Muslims.’

    Go figure.

  234. @Steve Sailer
    @Colin Wright

    The government of China already owns most of the territory it really wants to own. (Taiwan being an exception.)

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Colin Wright

    ‘The government of China already owns most of the territory it really wants to own. (Taiwan being an exception.)’

    I think China is an amoral, powerful, ordinarily acquisitive state that is both entitled and destined to be a great power.

    It’s a good idea to judiciously decide what the rest of us are and aren’t willing to permit her and make those parameters clear; however, there’s no need to go nuts and start building bomb shelters.

    In my view, if the other states in the region (Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, the Philippines, Viet Nam, Thailand, Burma are capable of acting collectively to bar Chinese expansion and prepared to do it, we should offer them our support.

    If not, oh well. We shouldn’t try to lay down the law to China on our own. It won’t work, and it’s not necessary.

  235. @Colin Wright
    @Rob

    '... there will be huge pressure from the establishment for the military to stage a coup and install Biden...'

    The big flaw with all these military coup fantasies is who is in the military -- particularly in the combat units.

    If they do stage a coup, it won't be on behalf of the Left.

    Replies: @Rob

    My sister’s ex-boyfriend was a Jewish Ukrainian (Russian) Marine, He was good with computers, but he wasn’t a citizen, so they put him in heavy weaponry, or artillery, something like that.

    The military has a fair number of foreign nationals, not to mention technical Americans like Peurto Ricans and Guamanians.

    I know they want every non-feral body they can get, especially if that body comes with a brain,

    I read a book called Life in the Soviet Arm by a defector writing under the pen name Victor Suvarov. He said the Soviets never stationer Armenian troops in Armenia or Azeri troops in Azerbaijan. Not sure about Russian troops in Russia. They were always of a different nationality than the people they protected from bloodthirsty, rapacious, capitalist stooges. The government’s reasoning was that if troops needed to put down a protest, riot, or rebellion, then foreigners were more likely to obey orders and shoot.

    If I remember right, the CCP took so long to do the Tiananmen Square protest was that they brought in uneducated, ignorant troops from the sticks. They thought Beijing troops might not follow orders.

    I sometimes wonder if that’s why the military likes to have officers and enlisted men who aren’t rural, flyover state whites. I mean, if there were a black rebellion, black troops might not be your first choice to put it down.

  236. @PiltdownMan
    OT:


    Editors of The Lancet and the New England Journal of Medicine: Pharmaceutical Companies are so Financially Powerful They Pressure us to Accept Papers

    https://healthimpactnews.com/2020/editors-of-the-lancet-and-the-new-england-journal-of-medicine-pharmaceutical-companies-are-so-financially-powerful-they-pressure-us-to-accept-papers/
     


    Philippe Douste-Blazy, MD, is a cardiologist and former French Health Minister who served as Under-Secretary General of the United Nations. He was a candidate in 2017 for Director of the World Health Organization.

    In a videotaped interview on May 24, 2020, Dr. Douste-Blazy provided insight into how a series of negative hydroxychloroquine studies got published in prestigious medical journals.

    He revealed that at a recent Chatham House closed door meeting attended by experts only, the editors of both The Lancet and the New England Journal of Medicine expressed their exasperation citing the pressures put on them by pharmaceutical companies.

    He states that each of the editors used the word “criminal” to describe the erosion of science.
    ...

    Dr. Douste-Blazy supports the combination treatment –hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) and azithromycin (AZ) for Covid-19 recommended by Dr. Didier Raoult. In April, 2020

    Dr. Douste-Blazy started a petition that has been signed by almost 500,000 French doctors and citizens urging French government officials to permit physicians to prescribe hydroxychloroquine to treat coronavirus patients early, before they require intensive care.
    ...

    16 of the panel members selected by NIH to formulate the official COVID-19 Treatment Guidelines – including two of the three co-chairs – were paid by Gilead. They issued guidelines that raised fear, uncertainty, and doubt about the use of HCQ combined with AZ, while raising no fear, doubt, or uncertainty about using Gilead’s unproven, unapproved, drug remdesivir; a drug that has shown mediocre performance in clinical trials. Seven of the NIH panelists failed to disclose their financial ties to Gilead.

    The medical scientific literature is infested with financially motivated, shoddy, studies aimed at promoting products and, when a life-saving, non-patentable product, proves effective, scientists are hired to author study reports that are designed to tarnish scientists’ reputations, and to proclaim findings that refute legitimate findings. In this case, studies designed to “debunk” the effectiveness of hydroxychloroquine against COVID-19.
     

    Replies: @Harry Baldwin, @El Dato, @Anon, @SunBakedSuburb, @Kratoklastes

    The corruption in academic medical publishing is not news for anyone who has had a passing interest in the issue.

    Speaking of NEJM and the Lancet, former editors (Marcia Angell of NEJM and Richard Horton of the Lancet) have been among the most strident callers-out of the problem, with Horton using the Lancet‘s editorial page to alert their readerships to the issue.

    Yet somehow, medical research is still considered to be “STEM” – when in reality it’s mostly Marketing. It is arguably as bad as Psych or Sociology research, which is saying something given the rank charlatanry of the psychosophasters.

    Turns out that being part of the medical hierarchy is akin to being part of the Curia: it’s not an indicator of moral worth or unimpeachable authority, but an indicator of membership of a ‘correct line’ authoritarian structure.

    The two references below are required reading – especially for those trying to make sense of the COVID19 scam.
    .

    Angell, M (2009) Drug Companies & Doctors: A Story of Corruption, New York Review of Books, Jan 15 2009

    Key quote:

    “It is simply no longer possible to believe much of the clinical research that is published, or to rely on the judgment of trusted physicians or authoritative medical guidelines. I take no pleasure in this conclusion, which I reached slowly and reluctantly over my two decades as editor of The New England Journal of Medicine”

    Horton, R (2015) What is medicine’s 5 sigma?, The Lancet, Vol 385 (April 11, 2015) p1380

    Key quote:

    “The case against science is straightforward: much of the scientific literature, perhaps half, may simply be untrue. Afflicted by studies with small sample sizes, tiny effects, invalid exploratory analyses, and flagrant conflicts of interest, together with an obsession for pursuing fashionable trends of dubious importance, science has taken a turn towards darkness”

  237. @Colin Wright
    @Reg Cæsar

    'Because Arabs need a firm hand to smack them. There is no group on earth less suited to democracy, not even Africans. They should give up on nation-states and go back to sultanates. The only Arab states that work at all are local monarchies.'

    Algeria and Tunisia both seem fairly functional at the moment. The Maltese -- although not commonly accounted as Arabs -- do speak an Arabic language, and Malta works about as well as most places.

    On the hand, Hitler's little helpers have certainly done an extraordinary amount to destabilize Lebanon, Syria, Palestine, Egypt, and Iraq over the years. You can't really blame the current state of affairs in any of those states on some quality inherent in Arabs.

    Forty years ago, how suited would you have said Hispanics were for democracy? Eighty years ago, how about Europeans? At the moment, how about us?

    Maybe we need a firm hand to smack us as well. It's starting to look kind of like it.

    Replies: @Lot

    “ You can’t really blame the current state of affairs in any of those states on some quality inherent in Arabs.”

    Of course YOU can’t.

    For Colin and the Unzer Counter-Semite Crew, Muslims are blessed with an eternal and inherent innocence. The same superstition is found in Muslims themselves and the Euroweenie left.

    I do agree with him that on the Cretinous Curve one must grade Arabs, Algerians get a solid B+. Their ten year civil war featuring child soldiers, journalist murders, car bombs, and other typical Muslimy stuff did end in something other than a warlordish failed state. They also don’t practice FGM.

    On the other hand, they are nearly white but have a black African per capita GDP of $4,000 despite sitting on heaps of oil and gas and easy access to European markets.

    Most of the good things about Algeria appear to be a result of the Berbers not taking Islam too seriously and often not speaking Arabic. For example, the half Berber Isabel Adjani.

    • Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard
    @Lot


    Most of the good things about Algeria appear to be a result of the Berbers not taking Islam too seriously and often not speaking Arabic. For example, the half Berber Isabel Adjani.
     
    I lived and worked in Algeria for almost 5 years.

    The Army runs the country. The government peddles a moderate version of Islam.

    There is fun to be had if you know where to look.

    The young women are fantastic. Sometimes I wish they could all be Algerian girls...
  238. Anonymous[437] • Disclaimer says:
    @Whiskey
    @Aeronerauk

    Cops arrested worshipping Christians in their cars at a drive in service conducted via car radio on Easter. They arrested people parked in their cars viewing sunsets. They arrested a mom with her kids in a park. They arrested a lone surfer. ALL were White. The forbidden race.

    The Joint Chief of Staff just apologized for Trump and endorsed Black lives matter.

    Trump likely won't make it to election day. There could and very likely will be a coup replacing him with .... Hillary.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    If you look at actual arrest records for just about any crime, Blacks are significantly over-represented. Everything from murder to public drunkenness. Crime victimization surveys consistently find no racial bias in terms of who the police arrest: blacks are arrested more because blacks commit more crime. Given this data, why would you assume that police are selectively enforcing just this one law against whites?

    I remember you from the Lion of the Blogosphere comment section. While I thought you were too extreme on the woman question, I thought you often had something interesting to say. Now it’s just a parade of crazy crackpot rhetoric. Honest question, what happened?

  239. @Lot
    @Colin Wright

    “ You can’t really blame the current state of affairs in any of those states on some quality inherent in Arabs.”

    Of course YOU can’t.

    For Colin and the Unzer Counter-Semite Crew, Muslims are blessed with an eternal and inherent innocence. The same superstition is found in Muslims themselves and the Euroweenie left.

    I do agree with him that on the Cretinous Curve one must grade Arabs, Algerians get a solid B+. Their ten year civil war featuring child soldiers, journalist murders, car bombs, and other typical Muslimy stuff did end in something other than a warlordish failed state. They also don’t practice FGM.

    On the other hand, they are nearly white but have a black African per capita GDP of $4,000 despite sitting on heaps of oil and gas and easy access to European markets.

    Most of the good things about Algeria appear to be a result of the Berbers not taking Islam too seriously and often not speaking Arabic. For example, the half Berber Isabel Adjani.

    https://annfosterwriter.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/queen-margot-isabelle-adjani.jpg

    Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard

    Most of the good things about Algeria appear to be a result of the Berbers not taking Islam too seriously and often not speaking Arabic. For example, the half Berber Isabel Adjani.

    I lived and worked in Algeria for almost 5 years.

    The Army runs the country. The government peddles a moderate version of Islam.

    There is fun to be had if you know where to look.

    The young women are fantastic. Sometimes I wish they could all be Algerian girls…

  240. @Anonymous
    @Ron Unz

    I’m not sure what the relevance of this analogy is, Ron. How is it instructive?

    Replies: @International Jew, @Kratoklastes

    It’s the idea that sometimes it’s necessary to destroy something that bears no moral responsibility for its actions.

    The rabid dog – previously a dependable member of a household – becomes a risk to everyone it encounters through no fault of its own. The actual culprit is an invasive parasitoid; were it possible to get rid of the parasitoid without destroying the host, then that would be the correct course of action.

    Although I think that explanation is what Mr Unz was driving at, it’s not clear to me why the US qua nation fits the bill. Its track record since inception is not remotely consistent with an underlying benign character (although no less vile than most other Western nation-states).

    Where it does hold up though, is when the thing being destroyed is the American civilian population, who for the most part are only guilty of not giving a fuck about what their government’s Death Machine has perpetrated.

    By ‘civilian’ I mean individuals who are not part of the US Death Machine… so ‘civilianexcludes
     • all employees at US Todeskramer (Raytheon, General Dynamics etc);
     • employees of the US government; and
     • employees of companies that obtain a majority of their revenue from government contracting.
        …Fuck all of those guys. Even if all they do is mop the floors.

  241. Anonymous[185] • Disclaimer says:
    @Reg Cæsar
    @Anonymous


    Jews are genociding the Muslims and Christians of Palestine.

     

    Like the Mohammedans genocided the Copts of Egypt?

    Replies: @Colin Wright, @Anonymous

    Jews are genociding the Muslims and Christians of Palestine.

    Like the Mohammedans genocided the Copts of Egypt?

    The Copts were thriving until the Zionist Jews came along.

  242. @Lagertha
    @englishmike

    I will never forgive the Taliban vermin for bombing the Bamayan Bhuddist caves. I don't like Muslim men because I was assaulted by groups of them when I was a teen and young woman - back then, nobody cared about MeToo. I won't even travel to Muslim countries, and, I resent them in Europe. They are evil misogynists who use the people of Europe and the USA, Canada. No one wants them in our lands.

    Replies: @Lagertha

    I still feel the same way. Having been raped by roving bands of Muslims will never leave me/nor think I can overlook this shit. Clue for iSteve: this is why I hate so very much …and am so angry!

  243. @Charon
    Funny? Really? Not the word that comes to mind here.

    Replies: @Almost Missouri, @tyrone, @Anon, @Peripatetic Commenter, @Regret, @Mycale, @AnotherDad, @Desiderius, @Amanuensis, @SFG, @Luke Lea, @Reg Cæsar, @Mike Tre

    Shocking no reference to that scene in Goodfellas yet…

  244. Putin: I must admit, you were right all along. You said the blacks would drag them down to barbarism…. and sure enough -!

    Xi: Not hearing roundeye cry about ‘wet market’ now, are you?

  245. @Anon
    @BB753

    I think there is a strong possibility that coronavirus came from US military bioweapons lab in Fort Detrick, MD, which closed down in August, 2019, due to safety concerns:
    https://www.medicaldaily.com/cdc-shuts-down-militarys-deadly-diseases-lab-over-safety-concerns-440475

    A month before, a mystery respiratory illness broke out in a nursing home in Springfield, VA, about an hour southeast of Ft. Detrick, sickened 54 out of 263 residents, killed two and sent 18 to the hospital:
    https://www.cnn.com/2019/07/11/us/virginia-retirement-community-respiratory-illness-outbreak/index.html

    There's been reports that internet searches for respiratory illness started to go up around Sept/Oct 2019 in central China, which could mean coronavirus was in China by then. A friend of a friend who worked in intelligence in DC said that many people already had coronavirus in the DC area last Sept/Oct, they just took antibiotics and got over it.

    Replies: @BB753

    How did covid-19 leap from the US to China without infecting other countries? If what you say is accurate, then American operatives must have planted covid-19 in Wuhan.

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