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From BBC:

Germany shocked by Cologne New Year gang assaults on women
59 minutes ago

Cologne officials say the systematic assaults on women are a new type of crime

The mayor of Cologne has summoned police for crisis talks after about 80 women reported sexual assaults and muggings by men on New Year’s Eve.

The scale of the attacks on women at the city’s central train station has shocked Germany. About 1,000 drunk and aggressive young men were involved.

City police chief Wolfgang Albers called it “a completely new dimension of crime”. The men were of Arab or North African appearance, he said.

… At least one woman was raped, and many were groped. Most of the crimes reported to police were robberies. A volunteer policewoman was among those sexually molested.

What is particularly disturbing is that the attacks appear to have been organised. Around 1,000 young men arrived in large groups, seemingly with the specific intention of carrying out attacks on women.

A policeman who was outside Cologne station during the New Year’s Eve trouble told the city’s Express news website that he had detained eight suspects. “They were all asylum seekers, carrying copies of their residence certificates,” he said.

However, there was no official confirmation that asylum seekers had been involved in the violence. Commentators in Germany were quick to urge people not to jump to conclusions.

Feminist Susan Brownmiller’s 1975 suggestion that sexual assault can be viewed as a political crime makes a fair amount of sense.

 
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  1. This is reminiscent of the “wilding” phenomenon in New York in the late ’80s/early ’90s, made famous by the Central Park Jogger case.

    You’re missing an “n” in “Germany” in the headline, btw, Steve.

    • Replies: @Lot
    @Dave Pinsen

    While a typo, Merkel's Germany is getting a lot more germy given the reported rate of diseases like TB for the Arab migrants and HIV from the Africans. And you know where the left hands of the Arab migrants have been.

    Replies: @tyrone

    , @Big Bill
    @Dave Pinsen

    And then there was that Puerto Rican Day parade in Manhattan ten years ago or so. Groups of young horny Puerto Rican men milling around in Central Park started groping girls and tearing their clothes off. As I remember, some French tourist girl got it worst of all.

    Replies: @Clyde, @Forbes

    , @Brutusale
    @Dave Pinsen

    No, given the facts in the story, it sounds like the "n" is there now...

    , @Reg Cæsar
    @Dave Pinsen


    You’re missing an “n” in “Germany” in the headline, btw, Steve.
     
    Germay is actually a fairly common men's name in Eritrea.
  2. These single lonely Arab Muslim men in Germany just want some sexy time (in Borat accent). Since when did sexy time become rape?

  3. I’m sorry to say that Merkel may go down in history as Germany’s greatest traitor. Still I ask: what the hell possessed her?

    • Replies: @bomag
    @dearieme

    Hitler issued orders from the bunker that German society be destroyed. Maybe Merkel is just following through.

    , @pyrrhus
    @dearieme

    Merkel was a communist youth leader, and apparently "destruction of western civilization" program is still running in her brain...

    Replies: @inselaffen

    , @fish
    @dearieme

    Angie is just a Crazy Cat Lady writ large. She'll be there in her housecoat and slippers throwing cat kibble at them as long as they keep coming.

    Sorry Germany you'll just need to get used to that pee smell.

    Replies: @Mr. Anon, @Clyde, @Tacitus2016

    , @Rob McX
    @dearieme

    She's the same as every other leader in Western Europe and North America, only more so. She is different in degree, not in kind, from people like David Cameron or Jeb Bush.

    Replies: @Erik Sieven

    , @Glossy
    @dearieme

    what the hell possessed her?

    The need for approval from the media, from fellow politicians, from the people with whom she socializes at Davos and other meetings and conferences. And she got what she wanted - she's Time's person of the year.

    Replies: @ben tillman, @Reg Cæsar

    , @AndrewR
    @dearieme

    It's been said that she let in all the migrants in order to resist Turkey's blackmail. But what she's done to Europe is far worse than letting Turkey into the EU.

    , @Olorin
    @dearieme

    Some of the worst (meaning most enthusiastic and accomplished) politicians IME are in the +.75 SD range of IQ--100 to about 110. Same as the worst (meaning most enthusiastic and accomplished) bureaucrats.

    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-2PSa3AzxskQ/T6ww3aqpaWI/AAAAAAAAJQU/E32VFSHOamU/s1600/group-differences.jpg

    Just bright enough to work the system and manipulate the less bright and those in their own range, which amounts to about 80% of the total population. Not bright enough to see the consequences of their actions.

    Possessing fairly base motives, like desire for popularity, to offset the meager hostilities they've experienced for being a little smart and the resentment they have of the brighter fraction.

    Wanting to be like the dead-nuts-on-mean-IQ jocks (e.g.)...unable to.

    In Merkel's case, add the element of being a female nobody wanted to mate with. She's got to distinguish herself somehow. There's something psychosexually very weird about her importing masses of swarthy young virile mean-IQ-85ish types. Seems absolutely designed to get even with white German men. And the white German women who got what she didn't (spouse, children, family),.

    Of course I don't know what Merkel's IQ is. Anybody got any references or estimates?

    I guess the other possibility is that she's bright enough to qualify for the top 20%, which can bring its own set of problems. But the fact that she started out as a commie tells me that she's more of the apparatchik class who soared high on the female vote and the Tulip Mania of gynephilia.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Wilkey, @anon

  4. @Dave Pinsen
    This is reminiscent of the "wilding" phenomenon in New York in the late '80s/early '90s, made famous by the Central Park Jogger case.

    You're missing an "n" in "Germany" in the headline, btw, Steve.

    Replies: @Lot, @Big Bill, @Brutusale, @Reg Cæsar

    While a typo, Merkel’s Germany is getting a lot more germy given the reported rate of diseases like TB for the Arab migrants and HIV from the Africans. And you know where the left hands of the Arab migrants have been.

    • Replies: @tyrone
    @Lot

    they are changing the name "ger" be racist "many"be sexist. how about gerkey.

  5. “The scale of the attacks on women at the city’s central train station has shocked Germany. About 1,000 drunk and aggressive young men were involved.”

    Why are Muslim men getting drunk? The koran prohibits alcohol consumption.

    ” Most of the crimes reported to police were robberies.”

    Robbing women of their purses and wallets. These Arab Muslim men are behaving like a bunch of Roma Gypsies.

    These Arab Muslim men harassing and robbing White German women are the next Steve Jobs according to the Leftist invite the world elites.

    • Replies: @tbraton
    @Jefferson

    "Why are Muslim men getting drunk? The koran prohibits alcohol consumption."

    Well, look at the bright side of things. At least, they are showing signs of assimilating. You know the old adage: when in Germany, do as the Germans do.

    Replies: @Brutusale, @Forbes

    , @Clyde
    @Jefferson


    Why are Muslim men getting drunk? The koran prohibits alcohol consumption.
     
    Koran says nothing about drugs so Muslims feel they can go to town with them and not defy Allah. Many Jihadis are hopped up on Captagon.

    Here’s how ISIS uses amphetamines to create brainwashed, psychotic killing-machines
    http://www.rawstory.com/2015/12/heres-how-isis-uses-amphetamines-to-create-brainwashed-psychotic-killing-machines/

    , @AmericanaCON
    @Jefferson

    Muslims tend to use alcohol, tobacco and drugs. It is fairly easy to find in all Muslim countries. A handful of Muslim countries (Saudi Arabia and Iran) have a total ban. Iran allow non-Muslims (under certain conditions) to use alcohol for private consumptions and religious rites. However, it is very easy to find alcohol and drugs in Iran and Saudi Arabia tend to look the other way if it’s consumed in private.

    We are often told by MSM that Muslims are modest, conservative and do not drink. The truth is that they have no higher morals than westerners when it comes to cheating, drinking, using drugs and act outrageously. Muslim women tend to be more conservative wearing a veil – often it depends on which country she comes from and what social statues she has. European Muslim women from Albania and former Yugoslavia tend not wear a veil. Muslims are in general from third world countries and they bring the same problem as non-Muslim from third world countries. A growing concern is Albanian (Muslim) prostitutes – working in Vienna, Berlin, Amsterdam and Rome.

    It is a growing concern in Europe with Muslim men seeing non-veiled women as prostitutes. Among Muslims a veiled woman is a protected woman and so she cannot be touched. As most Muslim migrants are men there is an acute shortage of Muslim women and their difficulty to find employment make it difficult to them to find a wife. Indigenous white women are therefore often sexual targets. In many these women are young, naïve and do not understand that these Muslim men do not understand western social codes.

    It does not make it easier than the liberal elites of Western Europe encourage unreasonable behaviour among migrant groups and tell them that their white indigenous people of Europe are “racists” and therefore a morally legit target. Here in Untied States police is actually there to protect citizens from criminals and not to spree “peace, love and understanding”. US police enjoy very much respect among the general population although most people are rightfully critical of them when they use too much force. The far-left and the ghastly ignorant liberals in Washington DC seem to hate them and try to make them just as weak as the police in Europe. Trump is sort of a mainstream candidate in United States and his first Ad looks like this;

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qa3edsMzHkA

    Europe is just too far-out to the left and I think will backfire and allow the violent far-right to grow rapidly which will hurt innocent Muslims.

  6. Bring back Gerhard Schroeder!

  7. at a much smaller scale the same seems to have happened in the cities Hamburg and Stuttgart aswell.
    In Cologne the whole event took place in front of the main train station, at the foot of the Cologne cathedral. The cathedral has a side entry which goes directly to this square. At the top of this entry there is currently a huge antiracist / pro-refugee statement hanging at the wall.
    It is funny how those people get called “asylum seekers” now. Why not simply call them refugees?
    Actually those people did much likely not come this to Germany, but rather 3,4 years ago. After the Arab Spring started already a lot of North Africans came Europe and claimed being refugees.
    Big western german cities, especially Cologne, have suffered from violence and crime of exactly this group for years.
    Actually the Arab Spring seems to have two main variants:
    1) the Egypt variant which means young mean sexually molesting women like on the Tahrir square in Cairo
    2) the Syria variant which means Sunni muslims trying to expel or murder every Non-Muslim.

  8. @dearieme
    I'm sorry to say that Merkel may go down in history as Germany's greatest traitor. Still I ask: what the hell possessed her?

    Replies: @bomag, @pyrrhus, @fish, @Rob McX, @Glossy, @AndrewR, @Olorin

    Hitler issued orders from the bunker that German society be destroyed. Maybe Merkel is just following through.

    • Agree: International Jew
  9. Like the NY Puerto Rican Day parade in 2000:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Puerto_Rican_Day_Parade_attacks

    Taki wrote about it, Geraldo threatened him, but we never got to see the boxing match:
    http://www.nydailynews.com/archives/gossip/rivera-defends-el-barrio-taki-display-article-1.760123

    • Replies: @5371
    @fnn

    Even at 80, Taki probably still has too much for the ludicrous "Geraldo".

    , @WJ
    @fnn

    That was an interesting article about the event. I remember the event but I don't remember the neocon Guliani getting involved and denouncing Taki. Rivera is a joke and I still can't forget how "conservatives" embraced him after he went to Fox post 9/11.

  10. @Jefferson
    "The scale of the attacks on women at the city’s central train station has shocked Germany. About 1,000 drunk and aggressive young men were involved."

    Why are Muslim men getting drunk? The koran prohibits alcohol consumption.

    " Most of the crimes reported to police were robberies."

    Robbing women of their purses and wallets. These Arab Muslim men are behaving like a bunch of Roma Gypsies.

    These Arab Muslim men harassing and robbing White German women are the next Steve Jobs according to the Leftist invite the world elites.

    Replies: @tbraton, @Clyde, @AmericanaCON

    “Why are Muslim men getting drunk? The koran prohibits alcohol consumption.”

    Well, look at the bright side of things. At least, they are showing signs of assimilating. You know the old adage: when in Germany, do as the Germans do.

    • Replies: @Brutusale
    @tbraton

    I learned all I need to know about Islam and drinking alcohol on my honeymoon in Bermuda. We were given a serious upgrade in accommodations, as the entire 4th floor of the resort was occupied by Prince Bandar and his retinue on a spur-of-the-moment vacation.

    He could be found every evening alone (with two minders) in the lounge drinking Dom Perignon.

    Replies: @tbraton

    , @Forbes
    @tbraton

    Thirty years ago a friend (white American), who worked for Babcock & Wilcox installing steam-powered desalinization plants in Saudi Arabia, told of how on flights out of the country the pilot would announce clearance of SA airspace, passengers would dispose of their Arabian attire and the drinks cart would come out of locked storage. Hypocrisy writ large.

  11. @fnn
    Like the NY Puerto Rican Day parade in 2000:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Puerto_Rican_Day_Parade_attacks

    Taki wrote about it, Geraldo threatened him, but we never got to see the boxing match:
    http://www.nydailynews.com/archives/gossip/rivera-defends-el-barrio-taki-display-article-1.760123

    Replies: @5371, @WJ

    Even at 80, Taki probably still has too much for the ludicrous “Geraldo”.

  12. anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    The problems have just started. Those mobs are flexing their muscle and realizing they’ve got the run of things; they can do what they want with impunity. The natives in parts of Europe are going to be cowering in fear, hiding behind gates and keeping their daughters and wives cooped up. What a life. Merkel wouldn’t give the Greeks a break but suddenly felt generous towards this alien rabble for whatever reason. All public spaces such as parks, train stations, street corners are going to be hot spots from now on since these ‘asylum seekers’ are indolent and like to spend their time loitering about harassing anyone passing by.

    • Replies: @ben tillman
    @anonymous


    The problems have just started. Those mobs are flexing their muscle and realizing they’ve got the run of things; they can do what they want with impunity. The natives in parts of Europe are going to be cowering in fear, hiding behind gates and keeping their daughters and wives cooped up.
     
    Wo nehmen die Deutschen Zuflucht?

    Where shall the Germans take refuge?

    Is this question ever asked?

    Replies: @gruff

  13. No camels in Germany. Can you blame these poor youts for getting frustrated?

  14. German_reader says:

    To be fair, it seems the perpetrators weren’t Syrians or Iraqis, but mostly from North Africa. But this shows what a joke Germany has become: It’s obvious these people aren’t genuine “refugees”, have no claim to asylum whatsoever and in many cases have probably entered Germany with criminal intentions. Any serious country would round them up (and rough them up in the process) and deport them. Instead they’re allowed to stay for years, game the system and commit crimes with a (to a large degree justified) feeling of impunity. Germany is pathetic (and the state of North-Rhine-Westphalia where Cologne is especially so, it’s known for being hyper-pc, corrupt and inefficient).

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @German_reader

    And if these were "genuine refugees"? Then Germans would just have to endure it, no matter what?

    Replies: @German_reader, @AndrewR

    , @5371
    @German_reader

    I don't know of any hard evidence that they were actually from north Africa, do you? I think the police chief was just being a diffident ethnologist, listing all the potential places of origin that might be compatible with their appearance and speech.

    , @anonymous
    @German_reader


    To be fair, it seems the perpetrators weren’t Syrians or Iraqis, but mostly from North Africa.
     
    Any impressions on which group of Muslim men is the worst in terms of violence and perversion? Maghrebis, Levantines/Iraqis, or Pakistanis?
  15. Leftist conservative [AKA "radical_centrist"] says: • Website

    What is wrong with you, Steve? Don’t you support our Sacred GDP?

    Look at the links below and the selected quotes from said links:

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/looking-for-a-global-growth-strategy-support-refugees/2015/10/01/e446e2b4-66d1-11e5-9223-70cb36460919_story.html

    “Looking for a global growth strategy? Support refugees.”

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/jonathan-portes/economic-europe-refugees_b_8128288.html

    “Immigration Is Good for Economic Growth. If Europe Gets It Right, Refugees Can Be Too.”

    http://www.wsj.com/articles/politics-hold-sway-in-economic-impact-of-europes-refugee-crisis-1443034512

    “On one thing, almost all economists agree: In the long term, the refugee crisis ought to be unambiguously positive for the European economy. Over time, the new arrivals should play an important role in addressing Europe’s alarming demographic trends, improving the ratio of workers to those who are economically inactive, a ratio that is falling in many countries.”

    These mainstream media corporations support economic growth via refugee immigration, Steve. Why don’t you support that as well?

    Are you a commie or something?

    Don’t you love Capitalism, Steve?

    Don’t you love Our Holy GDP?

    You do realize, don’t you, that many of our most illustrious mainstream media outlets are struggling to survive? You do realize that economic growth is needed to keep these wonderful media outlets afloat? Don’t you love Our Sacred Mainstream Media, Steve?

  16. More on the assaults, the cover-up and the backlash from Germany (in English): http://www.thelocal.de/20160104/refugees-blamed-for-mass-sexual-assault-in-cologne

  17. Even NYT noticed

    http://www.nytimes.com/aponline/2016/01/04/world/europe/ap-eu-germany-sex-assaults.html?_r=2

    but apparently Facebook is removing mentions of the incident in Germany.

    • Replies: @nglaer
    @Pseudonymic Handle

    http://www.dw.com/en/top-stories/germany/s-1432

    but apparently Facebook is removing mentions of the incident in Germany.

    What does that even mean about Facebook? (I don't use it, obviously). The story (see link above) is all over the German press.

    Replies: @anon, @Travis

    , @Massimo Heitor
    @Pseudonymic Handle


    but apparently Facebook is removing mentions of the incident in Germany.
     
    Facebook CEO Zuckerberg said he would censor anti-migrant sentiment. Censoring news isn't a surprise.

    This type of political opinion engineering and manipulation has been a standard ideological warfare tactic. There is a growing awareness, resentment, and backlash to this type of left-wing ideological censorship and Facebook is feeding right into this.
    , @International Jew
    @Pseudonymic Handle

    You mean, if I "like" an article about this incident, Facebook will remove it from my "wall"? (Apologies for imprecise language, I don't do Facebook.)

  18. @German_reader
    To be fair, it seems the perpetrators weren't Syrians or Iraqis, but mostly from North Africa. But this shows what a joke Germany has become: It's obvious these people aren't genuine "refugees", have no claim to asylum whatsoever and in many cases have probably entered Germany with criminal intentions. Any serious country would round them up (and rough them up in the process) and deport them. Instead they're allowed to stay for years, game the system and commit crimes with a (to a large degree justified) feeling of impunity. Germany is pathetic (and the state of North-Rhine-Westphalia where Cologne is especially so, it's known for being hyper-pc, corrupt and inefficient).

    Replies: @Anonymous, @5371, @anonymous

    And if these were “genuine refugees”? Then Germans would just have to endure it, no matter what?

    • Replies: @German_reader
    @Anonymous

    No, you've misunderstood me...I'm against taking in masses of Sunni Arabs per se, I'm absolutely against Merkel's policy. The point I wanted to make is: Germany is too pc and too weak to act resolutely even against people whose asylum claims are obviously fraudulent and who are obviously just criminal scum. That's how bad it is.

    Replies: @nglaer, @Erik Sieven

    , @AndrewR
    @Anonymous

    It's very unlikely genuine refugees would act like this and I think you're aware of that.

    Replies: @ben tillman

  19. @dearieme
    I'm sorry to say that Merkel may go down in history as Germany's greatest traitor. Still I ask: what the hell possessed her?

    Replies: @bomag, @pyrrhus, @fish, @Rob McX, @Glossy, @AndrewR, @Olorin

    Merkel was a communist youth leader, and apparently “destruction of western civilization” program is still running in her brain…

    • Replies: @inselaffen
    @pyrrhus

    So how come the whole rest of the former Soviet Bloc has a much healther attitude to immigration etc than the west?
    Including Merkel's Ossi compatriots (who highlight the difference quite particularly when compared to west germans).
    If anything Merkel is just being as 'westerner' as possible.

    Replies: @Whiskey, @anon

  20. However, there was no official confirmation that asylum seekers had been involved in the violence. Commentators in Germany were quick to urge people not to jump to conclusions.

    Be nice if some of these “Commentators” were quick to urge people to not jump to conclusions every time a black guy is shot by the police.

    • Replies: @Jefferson
    @Patrick in SC

    "Be nice if some of these “Commentators” were quick to urge people to not jump to conclusions every time a black guy is shot by the police."

    Jared Taylor believes that Black Lies Matter is a blessing in disguise in that the longer they exist to spew anti-White garbage, the more Right Wing Whites it creates in the process.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Klortho, @FactsAreImportant

    , @AndrewR
    @Patrick in SC

    I'm not sure Germans spend much time commenting on American domestic politics.

    Replies: @German_reader

  21. Lara Logan of CBS News was attacked in the same way in a similar celebratory moment in Cairo’s Tahrir Square in the moments after Hosni Mubarak announced he was stepping down. It seems to be a thing.

    She gave an all details interview to CBS News and the NYT a few months later. She still struggles with major health problems arising from the assault five years ago.

    http://www.cbsnews.com/news/lara-logan-breaks-silence-on-cairo-assault/

    • Replies: @Daniel H
    @PiltdownMan

    Apparently Logan was digitally raped, and the physical damage done to her reproductive organs was significant. It takes a sub-human to do that to a woman, and yet they are legion.

  22. @fnn
    Like the NY Puerto Rican Day parade in 2000:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Puerto_Rican_Day_Parade_attacks

    Taki wrote about it, Geraldo threatened him, but we never got to see the boxing match:
    http://www.nydailynews.com/archives/gossip/rivera-defends-el-barrio-taki-display-article-1.760123

    Replies: @5371, @WJ

    That was an interesting article about the event. I remember the event but I don’t remember the neocon Guliani getting involved and denouncing Taki. Rivera is a joke and I still can’t forget how “conservatives” embraced him after he went to Fox post 9/11.

  23. @dearieme
    I'm sorry to say that Merkel may go down in history as Germany's greatest traitor. Still I ask: what the hell possessed her?

    Replies: @bomag, @pyrrhus, @fish, @Rob McX, @Glossy, @AndrewR, @Olorin

    Angie is just a Crazy Cat Lady writ large. She’ll be there in her housecoat and slippers throwing cat kibble at them as long as they keep coming.

    Sorry Germany you’ll just need to get used to that pee smell.

    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
    @fish

    "Angie is just a Crazy Cat Lady writ large. She’ll be there in her housecoat and slippers throwing cat kibble at them as long as they keep coming.

    Sorry Germany you’ll just need to get used to that pee smell."

    Someone forgot to throw a big plastic furniture cover over Cologne.

    Replies: @Kylie, @Daniel Williams

    , @Clyde
    @fish


    Angie is just a Crazy Cat Lady writ large. She’ll be there in her housecoat and slippers throwing cat kibble at them as long as they keep coming.
     
    She was a good enough leader for Germany for years but had a mental breakdown or episode that turned her into a dictatorial cat lady imposing her whims on the rest of Europe. My opinion.
    , @Tacitus2016
    @fish

    Brings to mind this post regarding our Crazy Cat Ladies.

    https://heartiste.wordpress.com/2010/10/18/the-crazy-cat-lady-stage-of-america/

  24. @Dave Pinsen
    This is reminiscent of the "wilding" phenomenon in New York in the late '80s/early '90s, made famous by the Central Park Jogger case.

    You're missing an "n" in "Germany" in the headline, btw, Steve.

    Replies: @Lot, @Big Bill, @Brutusale, @Reg Cæsar

    And then there was that Puerto Rican Day parade in Manhattan ten years ago or so. Groups of young horny Puerto Rican men milling around in Central Park started groping girls and tearing their clothes off. As I remember, some French tourist girl got it worst of all.

    • Replies: @Clyde
    @Big Bill


    And then there was that Puerto Rican Day parade in Manhattan ten years ago or so. Groups of young horny Puerto Rican men milling around in Central Park started groping girls and tearing their clothes off. As I remember, some French tourist girl got it worst of all.
     
    Puerto Rican Day parade was a grope-fest for many years and a disaster in other ways. Howard Stern used to go on about this each year like clockwork
    , @Forbes
    @Big Bill

    In a sort of "Being There" moment, I had been in Central Park shortly before both the Central Park jogger and the Puerto Rican Day parade incidents. In 1989, I had run across the Harlem cutoff (approx. 105th St.) perhaps an hour before the jogger's assault. It was dusk, and runners never went above the cutoff with darkness approaching. In 2000, was bike-riding the 6-mile loop around the south end--near the S.E. corner where the PR Day parade assaults took place, minutes beforehand (having to detour up the Mall to Center Drive due to pedestrian congestion on the loop). There was indeed a very strange vibe about activity in the Park in both instances.

  25. Feminist Susan Brownmiller’s 1975 suggestion that sexual assault can be viewed as a political crime makes a fair amount of sense.

    This must be Steve’s version of a Triple Bank Shot ™, because actually, no it does not make any sense at all.

    • Replies: @International Jew
    @Jeff Burton

    I think it makes sense as: mass rape can be a consequence of political decisions.
    That that's not what Susan Brownmiller had in mind makes Steve's observation all the more clever.

    , @Erik Sieven
    @Jeff Burton

    of course rape can be some kind of political act, this is almost always the case when to different ethnicities are involved

    , @2Mintzin1
    @Jeff Burton

    Agree. Rape, like any other crime, can be used for political purposes (e.g., subjugation of a conquered people, terrorism), but it is not a political act in the sense that that loon Brownmiller intended. She probably spent too much time reading "Soul On Ice" in college.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer

    , @yaqub the mad scientist
    @Jeff Burton

    It doesn't get more political than an invading force taking a country's women at will. Triple bank shot my ass, that's a brutal slam dunk. What planet are you on?

  26. German_reader says:
    @Anonymous
    @German_reader

    And if these were "genuine refugees"? Then Germans would just have to endure it, no matter what?

    Replies: @German_reader, @AndrewR

    No, you’ve misunderstood me…I’m against taking in masses of Sunni Arabs per se, I’m absolutely against Merkel’s policy. The point I wanted to make is: Germany is too pc and too weak to act resolutely even against people whose asylum claims are obviously fraudulent and who are obviously just criminal scum. That’s how bad it is.

    • Replies: @nglaer
    @German_reader

    German reader, isn't this enough to break the hold of PC, which is at base a fraudulent ideology? I mean at some point, don't people's minds change, especially when concrete interests like order and security are threatened? . It's not like a religion or something. Or maybe it is, after only a generation.

    Replies: @German_reader, @Anonymous

    , @Erik Sieven
    @German_reader

    those who really believe know only one direction, like a fly trapped in the ear. Whatever happens, they only believe even more and hate non-believers even more. Apart from that at some point it will be too late. I have always thought that way, but by now I think in the case of Germany the point where it is to late to wake up is coming up fast. This year there were around 1.3 million invaders, another 3-5 million and it is over.

  27. @Patrick in SC

    However, there was no official confirmation that asylum seekers had been involved in the violence. Commentators in Germany were quick to urge people not to jump to conclusions.
     
    Be nice if some of these "Commentators" were quick to urge people to not jump to conclusions every time a black guy is shot by the police.

    Replies: @Jefferson, @AndrewR

    “Be nice if some of these “Commentators” were quick to urge people to not jump to conclusions every time a black guy is shot by the police.”

    Jared Taylor believes that Black Lies Matter is a blessing in disguise in that the longer they exist to spew anti-White garbage, the more Right Wing Whites it creates in the process.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Jefferson

    Any white who cannot see the 'name of the game' before all that 'black lives matter' crap, is simply to dumb to live.

    Replies: @Keith Vaz

    , @Klortho
    @Jefferson

    BLM was definitely instrumental in my awakening.

    , @FactsAreImportant
    @Jefferson


    Jared Taylor believes that Black Lies Matter is a blessing in disguise in that the longer they exist to spew anti-White garbage, the more Right Wing Whites it creates in the process.
     
    True that.

    I'm convinced that BLM and Ferguson were why Republicans did surprisingly well in the last Congressional elections. Nobody openly discussed it, least of all leftist pundits, but BLM negatively influenced a lot of people.

    BLM is also helping swell the TrumpTide. Wouldn't surprise me if Trump is secretly funding them.

    BLM just won't stop. They keep charging headlong into the brick wall of reality over and over again -- new video was just released showing Tamir Rice pulling a gun on a police officer before he was shot, and there will be six more trials of the Freddie Gray officers stretching into the summer.

    Replies: @Jack D

  28. I’m old enough to remember when European cities were an oasis from the crime and violence of US cities. And looks like I’ll live long enough to see a time when the opposite will be true.

    Two predictions:
    1. Property theft and pickpocketing are now worse in most big European cities than US cities. I expect we’ll see (or already are seeing?) a spike in violent crime in Europe. The increase in crime in each region will be proportional to the number of refugees settled there.

    2. US “racist,” “facist” policing and incarceration policies, so criticized by Europeans back in the 70s and 80s will soon become standard operating procedure in Europe. Within 5 years, expect there to be a lot of handwringing in Europe about “disparate impact” between native and refugee populations when it comes to arrests, incarceration rates, etc, etc…

    • Replies: @International Jew
    @NJ Transit Commuter


    I’m old enough to remember when European cities were an oasis from the crime and violence of US cities.
     
    Same here. Start visiting Poland, Czecho-Slovakia and Hungary. They're still nice and "European". Especially Poland.

    Replies: @szopen

  29. @fish
    @dearieme

    Angie is just a Crazy Cat Lady writ large. She'll be there in her housecoat and slippers throwing cat kibble at them as long as they keep coming.

    Sorry Germany you'll just need to get used to that pee smell.

    Replies: @Mr. Anon, @Clyde, @Tacitus2016

    “Angie is just a Crazy Cat Lady writ large. She’ll be there in her housecoat and slippers throwing cat kibble at them as long as they keep coming.

    Sorry Germany you’ll just need to get used to that pee smell.”

    Someone forgot to throw a big plastic furniture cover over Cologne.

    • Replies: @Kylie
    @Mr. Anon

    "'Angie is just a Crazy Cat Lady writ large. She’ll be there in her housecoat and slippers throwing cat kibble at them as long as they keep coming.

    Sorry Germany you’ll just need to get used to that pee smell.'

    Someone forgot to throw a big plastic furniture cover over Cologne."

    You're too kind. Trapping feral cats and carting them off to a kill shelter is much more effective. Though I can see where Germany might find that method has troubling historical connotations.

    , @Daniel Williams
    @Mr. Anon


    Someone forgot to throw a big plastic furniture cover over Cologne.
     
    Not a bad idea—a giant burqa would impose much-needed modesty on every Western harlot in the city, all at once.
  30. On the bright side, feminists finally have a real-world example of their pet word ‘intersectionality’. Germany is now a virtual petri dish of intersecting systems of oppression and discrimination; a synergistic blending of sexism, Islamophobia, bigotry, homophobia, and racism.

    Will feminists concern themselves with those German women who were actually raped and sexually assaulted? Or will the skin color and exotic origins of the male assaulters trump the victimhood status of white women?

    Fascinating.

    If only Haven Monahan were found within that vibrant flash mob. Just one Haven would be enough, really.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Flinders Petrie

    I've gone on and on enough about the sacred 'totem pole' and totem pole algorithms enough in this blog.

    , @AndrewR
    @Flinders Petrie

    Rotherham showed that feminists would rather be raped by swarthy Muslims than be seen as racists.

    Replies: @James N. Kennett, @Citizen of a Silly Country, @anon

  31. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    OT: The Week: I stopped reading white male authors last year. Here’s what I learned.

    A funny thing happens when you spend the better part of a year reading and watching Western men — you start to notice who is in charge.

    Last April, my frustration with the homogeneity of easily accessible art made me swear off reading or watching anything by white men until 2016. Instead, I chose to spend the year immersing myself in stories by anyone but white, Western directors and authors (you can read the rules I had to follow here and see the list of books I read here)…

    Despite the uphill battle, some of the best books published this year have been by people of color — Ta-Nehisi Coates’ Between the World and Me, Marlon James’ A Brief History of Seven Killings, Hanya Yanagihara’s A Little Life have all received critical acclaimed…

    In other words, if the lists of the best books of 2015 prove anything, it’s that my challenge was still too easy: Despite the hurdles, women are relatively actually easy and accessible to read, for men and women alike. A true challenge would be focusing on the voices that still go unheard— even when you put the white men on mute.

    Jeva Lange (white girl) is a staff writer at TheWeek.com. She is also the managing editor of the Bennington Review and an alumnus of Bennington College. A Seattle native, Jeva now lives in New York City. Follow her on Twitter.

    http://theweek.com/articles/595520/stopped-reading-white-male-authors-last-year-heres-what-learned

    • Replies: @syonredux
    @Anonymous

    Hilarious stuff:


    For 282 days in 2015, I vowed not to watch any movies or read any books that were created by white men from Western Europe, North America, or Australia. I was feeling particularly fed up when I made the decision.
     
    So, books by White men from Latin America are OK? Which means that Borges is kosher?

    And, since Eastern Europe went unmentioned, I suppose that writers like Gogol and Pushkin are also acceptable?
    , @Thea
    @Anonymous

    Lives in NYC(whee), hates her father, has no white sons

  32. @Dave Pinsen
    This is reminiscent of the "wilding" phenomenon in New York in the late '80s/early '90s, made famous by the Central Park Jogger case.

    You're missing an "n" in "Germany" in the headline, btw, Steve.

    Replies: @Lot, @Big Bill, @Brutusale, @Reg Cæsar

    No, given the facts in the story, it sounds like the “n” is there now…

  33. @tbraton
    @Jefferson

    "Why are Muslim men getting drunk? The koran prohibits alcohol consumption."

    Well, look at the bright side of things. At least, they are showing signs of assimilating. You know the old adage: when in Germany, do as the Germans do.

    Replies: @Brutusale, @Forbes

    I learned all I need to know about Islam and drinking alcohol on my honeymoon in Bermuda. We were given a serious upgrade in accommodations, as the entire 4th floor of the resort was occupied by Prince Bandar and his retinue on a spur-of-the-moment vacation.

    He could be found every evening alone (with two minders) in the lounge drinking Dom Perignon.

    • Replies: @tbraton
    @Brutusale

    As I recall, several of the 9/11 hijackers were whooping it up in some bars in Deerfield Beach, Florida. I guess you need a few drinks under your belt if you're going to hook up soon with 72 virgins.

    Replies: @Brutusale

  34. @dearieme
    I'm sorry to say that Merkel may go down in history as Germany's greatest traitor. Still I ask: what the hell possessed her?

    Replies: @bomag, @pyrrhus, @fish, @Rob McX, @Glossy, @AndrewR, @Olorin

    She’s the same as every other leader in Western Europe and North America, only more so. She is different in degree, not in kind, from people like David Cameron or Jeb Bush.

    • Agree: Seamus Padraig
    • Replies: @Erik Sieven
    @Rob McX

    that´s it. And it is not only the leaders. It is politicians on all levels who are basically the same

  35. anon • Disclaimer says:

    Unless the media are gloating things in Germany must be really bad for the BBC to tell the truth about something like this.

    I’m sorry to say that Merkel may go down in history as Germany’s greatest traitor. Still I ask: what the hell possessed her?

    The EU is 100% on board so it’s an EU thing not just Merkel
    – Merkel says come to Germany
    – infinite numbers start coming
    – EU says everyone must share
    – pass laws to force member states to take a percentage of infinite numbers
    – inevitable demographic extinction

    The problems have just started. Those mobs are flexing their muscle and realizing they’ve got the run of things; they can do what they want with impunity.

    Yes, when enough of them realise there’s not enough police.

  36. @German_reader
    @Anonymous

    No, you've misunderstood me...I'm against taking in masses of Sunni Arabs per se, I'm absolutely against Merkel's policy. The point I wanted to make is: Germany is too pc and too weak to act resolutely even against people whose asylum claims are obviously fraudulent and who are obviously just criminal scum. That's how bad it is.

    Replies: @nglaer, @Erik Sieven

    German reader, isn’t this enough to break the hold of PC, which is at base a fraudulent ideology? I mean at some point, don’t people’s minds change, especially when concrete interests like order and security are threatened? . It’s not like a religion or something. Or maybe it is, after only a generation.

    • Replies: @German_reader
    @nglaer

    No, I don't think this will really change much...mainstream media have now covered this story (they pretty much had no other choice), but eventually the standard script will kick in "Only a small minority of asylum seekers do things like that, we mustn't let right-wingers exploit this, we must now double our efforts at integrating the refugees". The powers that be and the "good" people will never admit they've been wrong.

    Replies: @backup, @Massimo Heitor

    , @Anonymous
    @nglaer

    Well, it IS a f*cking religion with those bastard adherents.

    (Sorry to usurp 'German Reader' and for the foul language).

  37. @Jeff Burton
    Feminist Susan Brownmiller’s 1975 suggestion that sexual assault can be viewed as a political crime makes a fair amount of sense.

    This must be Steve's version of a Triple Bank Shot (tm), because actually, no it does not make any sense at all.

    Replies: @International Jew, @Erik Sieven, @2Mintzin1, @yaqub the mad scientist

    I think it makes sense as: mass rape can be a consequence of political decisions.
    That that’s not what Susan Brownmiller had in mind makes Steve’s observation all the more clever.

  38. @anonymous
    The problems have just started. Those mobs are flexing their muscle and realizing they've got the run of things; they can do what they want with impunity. The natives in parts of Europe are going to be cowering in fear, hiding behind gates and keeping their daughters and wives cooped up. What a life. Merkel wouldn't give the Greeks a break but suddenly felt generous towards this alien rabble for whatever reason. All public spaces such as parks, train stations, street corners are going to be hot spots from now on since these 'asylum seekers' are indolent and like to spend their time loitering about harassing anyone passing by.

    Replies: @ben tillman

    The problems have just started. Those mobs are flexing their muscle and realizing they’ve got the run of things; they can do what they want with impunity. The natives in parts of Europe are going to be cowering in fear, hiding behind gates and keeping their daughters and wives cooped up.

    Wo nehmen die Deutschen Zuflucht?

    Where shall the Germans take refuge?

    Is this question ever asked?

    • Replies: @gruff
    @ben tillman

    To paraphrase Houellebecq, the Germans have no Israel to go to.

  39. @NJ Transit Commuter
    I'm old enough to remember when European cities were an oasis from the crime and violence of US cities. And looks like I'll live long enough to see a time when the opposite will be true.

    Two predictions:
    1. Property theft and pickpocketing are now worse in most big European cities than US cities. I expect we'll see (or already are seeing?) a spike in violent crime in Europe. The increase in crime in each region will be proportional to the number of refugees settled there.

    2. US "racist," "facist" policing and incarceration policies, so criticized by Europeans back in the 70s and 80s will soon become standard operating procedure in Europe. Within 5 years, expect there to be a lot of handwringing in Europe about "disparate impact" between native and refugee populations when it comes to arrests, incarceration rates, etc, etc...

    Replies: @International Jew

    I’m old enough to remember when European cities were an oasis from the crime and violence of US cities.

    Same here. Start visiting Poland, Czecho-Slovakia and Hungary. They’re still nice and “European”. Especially Poland.

    • Replies: @szopen
    @International Jew

    I am Polish and I hate to say it, but Poland had higher crime rate than old Europe decades ago before the immigration. While right now I would say it's safer here overall, this is not an oasis - people get beaten (especially if they are dark-skinned, but perfectly European look won't always save you) and robbed.

    Replies: @AshTon

  40. It’s interesting that this news seems to have taken several days to emerge.

    As this news went mainstream, so this Guardian piece became deluged with angry comments – comments were turned off just a few minutes ago, as I imagine they were coming in faster than they could be deleted.

    http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2016/jan/05/europes-citizens-need-start-debate-diversity

    • Replies: @Thea
    @Anonymous Nephew

    If diversity is great, it is only fair to send a million middles easterners, Latin Americans and East Asians to Sub Saharan African. Sharing is caring!

  41. @Pseudonymic Handle
    Even NYT noticed

    http://www.nytimes.com/aponline/2016/01/04/world/europe/ap-eu-germany-sex-assaults.html?_r=2

    but apparently Facebook is removing mentions of the incident in Germany.

    Replies: @nglaer, @Massimo Heitor, @International Jew

    http://www.dw.com/en/top-stories/germany/s-1432

    but apparently Facebook is removing mentions of the incident in Germany.

    What does that even mean about Facebook? (I don’t use it, obviously). The story (see link above) is all over the German press.

    • Replies: @anon
    @nglaer


    What does that even mean about Facebook?
     
    The German media were censoring all the attacks - long before the Cologne thing - but people were still talking about local incidents on social media like Facebook and spreading the news that way so the German govt got FB to delete any comments about invader crime. This was in the news a few days ago.

    So it seems there's been a switch in the interim where the media is talking about something while the social media is still being censored.

    Maybe just a one-off cos this incident was too big to cover up or maybe something bigger.

    Hopefully more and more Germans will wake up to the reality that their political elite doesn't care about public safety and security at all.

    Replies: @Seamus Padraig, @Massimo Heitor

    , @Travis
    @nglaer

    good question, i have yet to use Facebook so wonder how they can censor news reports or their customers views. If a Facebook user supports Trump will they be blacklisted from Facebook ?

  42. Under Hitler, Germany got invaded because it invaded.

    Under Merkel, Germany got invaded because it invited.

    At least Soviet troops left.

    These new invaders will stay and bring more of their kind.

    • Replies: @Laguna Beach Fogey
    @Anon

    No, these new invaders will not stay in Europe.

    Never before has it been easier to move large numbers of populations around the world.

    Replies: @ben tillman

  43. Feminist Susan Brownmiller’s 1975 suggestion that sexual assault can be viewed as a political crime makes a fair amount of sense.

    No. The pretence by Brownmiller and other Jewish feminists that the rape threat comes from white men – that’s the real political crime.

    • Replies: @ben tillman
    @Rob McX


    No. The pretence by Brownmiller and other Jewish feminists that the rape threat comes from white men – that’s the real political crime.
     
    From Steve Sailer:

    In an interview in “People,” Brownmiller bravely pointed out the big rise in black-on-white rapes in the era and suggested it was tied into leftist ideologies of the time.

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/report-decade-of-pakistani-pimps-grooming-white-adolescents-ignored-because-officials-feared-appearing-racist/#comment-681122
  44. • Replies: @FactsAreImportant
    @nglaer


    Times has picked it up.
     
    The top "Reader's Picks" comments on the NYT article are monolithic. My favorite:

    Your readers, dear New York Times, will never forget how you, and other liberal outlets, turned your pages and reporting into non-stop advocacy for immigration.

    And your readers again and again pointed out the lunacy of allowing hundreds of thousands of young men from a culture with little respect for the dignity of women to pour into Europe.

    As you see the extreme right rise in Europe, please keep in mind how much you aided its rise.

    701 recommend

     

    Also:

    I am so inflamed by this article I am surprised I am not on fire.

    351 Recommend
     

    The top "NYT Pick", however (with a whopping 41 recommends!), is pro-refugee.

    Replies: @res

  45. Springtime, for migrants, in Germanee! Winter for Hamburg and Koln.

    (I had to say it).

    http://www.thelocal.de/20160104/refugees-blamed-for-mass-sexual-assault-in-cologne

    Don’t know what “The Local” is but much about accusations of media cover-up.

    • Agree: Kylie
  46. Looks like Germany needs to follow Norway’s lead and conduct some “No Rapin’” classes. It might even be worthwhile to put some “Head Start” “No Rapin’” classes in place.

    • Replies: @Percy Gryce
    @iffen


    Looks like Germany needs to follow Norway’s lead and conduct some “No Rapin’” classes.
     
    Featuring German rapist Hänsel Monahan?

    Replies: @iffen

  47. German_reader says:
    @nglaer
    @German_reader

    German reader, isn't this enough to break the hold of PC, which is at base a fraudulent ideology? I mean at some point, don't people's minds change, especially when concrete interests like order and security are threatened? . It's not like a religion or something. Or maybe it is, after only a generation.

    Replies: @German_reader, @Anonymous

    No, I don’t think this will really change much…mainstream media have now covered this story (they pretty much had no other choice), but eventually the standard script will kick in “Only a small minority of asylum seekers do things like that, we mustn’t let right-wingers exploit this, we must now double our efforts at integrating the refugees”. The powers that be and the “good” people will never admit they’ve been wrong.

    • Replies: @backup
    @German_reader

    I also read this:

    http://www.westfalen-blatt.de/OWL/Lokales/Kreis-Lippe/Detmold/2069675-13-jaehriges-Maedchen-aus-Asien-von-Landsmann-missbraucht-Verdaechtiger-in-U-Haft-Polizei-aeussert-sich-nach-Berichterstattung-Im-Fluechtlingsheim-vergewaltigt-Oeffentlichkeit-soll-nichts-erfahren

    About the German police deliberately staying silent about the rape of a 13 year old girl in a Detmold refugee accommodation.

    , @Massimo Heitor
    @German_reader


    "No, I don’t think this will really change much…mainstream media have now covered this story (they pretty much had no other choice), but eventually the standard script will kick in “Only a small minority of asylum seekers do things like that, we mustn’t let right-wingers exploit this, we must now double our efforts at integrating the refugees”. The powers that be and the “good” people will never admit they’ve been wrong."
     
    One incident won't change global perception, but as these incidents become more prevalent, patterns emerge that are obvious to even casual observers, the current "standard script" will be increasingly ridiculous and be discarded. Global perception is in constant change and the current "standard script" might seem invincible or it might be on its last legs.

    Replies: @iStevefan

  48. @Brutusale
    @tbraton

    I learned all I need to know about Islam and drinking alcohol on my honeymoon in Bermuda. We were given a serious upgrade in accommodations, as the entire 4th floor of the resort was occupied by Prince Bandar and his retinue on a spur-of-the-moment vacation.

    He could be found every evening alone (with two minders) in the lounge drinking Dom Perignon.

    Replies: @tbraton

    As I recall, several of the 9/11 hijackers were whooping it up in some bars in Deerfield Beach, Florida. I guess you need a few drinks under your belt if you’re going to hook up soon with 72 virgins.

    • Replies: @Brutusale
    @tbraton

    According to a client of mine up in Portland, ME, Atta and Alomari, two of the 9/11 hijackers, spent a good bit of their last night on Earth at Mark's Showplace, a strip joint in Portland, after hitting a couple ATMs.

    They flew to Boston from the Portland Jetport on 9/11.

  49. A lot of great stuff is happening. First of all, more evince of the Trump effect:

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2016/01/05/ted-cruz-ad-shows-bunch-business-professionals-crossing-border-illegally/

    At the Daily Caller, this article on Japan is still among the “most popular” despite having been published in October.

    http://dailycaller.com/2015/10/23/sweden-opened-its-doors-to-muslim-immigration-today-its-the-rape-capital-of-the-west-japan-didnt/

    • Replies: @Seamus Padraig
    @Hepp

    Yup. This is what Sweden has turned into: http://www.wvwnews.net/content/index.php?/news_story/who_was_ellen_krantz.html

  50. @Pseudonymic Handle
    Even NYT noticed

    http://www.nytimes.com/aponline/2016/01/04/world/europe/ap-eu-germany-sex-assaults.html?_r=2

    but apparently Facebook is removing mentions of the incident in Germany.

    Replies: @nglaer, @Massimo Heitor, @International Jew

    but apparently Facebook is removing mentions of the incident in Germany.

    Facebook CEO Zuckerberg said he would censor anti-migrant sentiment. Censoring news isn’t a surprise.

    This type of political opinion engineering and manipulation has been a standard ideological warfare tactic. There is a growing awareness, resentment, and backlash to this type of left-wing ideological censorship and Facebook is feeding right into this.

  51. According to the ‘progressive globalist’ or proglob elites, unruly British soccer fans are bad.
    But unruly mobs on non-white invaders? Shhhhh.

    http://newobserveronline.com/mass-invader-sex-attacks-in-stuttgart-hamburg/

  52. @Pseudonymic Handle
    Even NYT noticed

    http://www.nytimes.com/aponline/2016/01/04/world/europe/ap-eu-germany-sex-assaults.html?_r=2

    but apparently Facebook is removing mentions of the incident in Germany.

    Replies: @nglaer, @Massimo Heitor, @International Jew

    You mean, if I “like” an article about this incident, Facebook will remove it from my “wall”? (Apologies for imprecise language, I don’t do Facebook.)

  53. anon • Disclaimer says:
    @nglaer
    @Pseudonymic Handle

    http://www.dw.com/en/top-stories/germany/s-1432

    but apparently Facebook is removing mentions of the incident in Germany.

    What does that even mean about Facebook? (I don't use it, obviously). The story (see link above) is all over the German press.

    Replies: @anon, @Travis

    What does that even mean about Facebook?

    The German media were censoring all the attacks – long before the Cologne thing – but people were still talking about local incidents on social media like Facebook and spreading the news that way so the German govt got FB to delete any comments about invader crime. This was in the news a few days ago.

    So it seems there’s been a switch in the interim where the media is talking about something while the social media is still being censored.

    Maybe just a one-off cos this incident was too big to cover up or maybe something bigger.

    Hopefully more and more Germans will wake up to the reality that their political elite doesn’t care about public safety and security at all.

    • Replies: @Seamus Padraig
    @anon

    The German government even put an ex-Stasi agent (!) in charge of censoring all 'xenophobic' Facebook posts: http://www.infowars.com/ex-stasi-agent-hired-to-censor-xenophobic-facebook-posts/

    , @Massimo Heitor
    @anon


    "The German media were censoring all the attacks – long before the Cologne thing – but people were still talking about local incidents on social media like Facebook and spreading the news that way so the German govt got FB to delete any comments about invader crime. This was in the news a few days ago."
     
    Zuckerberg expressed eagerness to censor any anti-immigrant/refugee sentiment. No one had to twist Facebook's arm to get them to engage in political censorship.

    As these incidents continue, cell phone video evidence will mount, the public is eager to see, many outlets will be eager to host and cover, and Facebook can't stop them.
  54. @Anon
    Under Hitler, Germany got invaded because it invaded.

    Under Merkel, Germany got invaded because it invited.

    At least Soviet troops left.

    These new invaders will stay and bring more of their kind.

    Replies: @Laguna Beach Fogey

    No, these new invaders will not stay in Europe.

    Never before has it been easier to move large numbers of populations around the world.

    • Replies: @ben tillman
    @Laguna Beach Fogey


    No, these new invaders will not stay in Europe.

    Never before has it been easier to move large numbers of populations around the world.
     
    Ease of horizontal transmission breeds virulence.
  55. Apparently not just Cologne

    http://newobserveronline.com/mass-invader-sex-attacks-in-stuttgart-hamburg/

    what’s that word for a slave raid – ragaza or something?

    • Replies: @German_reader
    @anon

    Don't you mean "razzia"?
    "ragazza" is Italian for "girl".

    Replies: @anon

    , @Anonymous
    @anon

    Ironically, Italy, which stupidly followed Germany into war for reasons of 'national glory', but only got national disgrace, suffered mass rape of literally thousands of Italian women by Moroccans in French employ.
    The f*cking stupid Italians now import Moroccans by the million.
    Germany f*cked them over then - they turned Italy into a battle ground, a prolonged, destructive, gut wrenching battle ground.
    Now Germany is being, literally, f*cked over by some rather nasty, priapic Moroccans, and the current Fuhrerlein is protecting them.

    I simply cannot get over the dumbness of white people. Or the evil of The Economist.

    Replies: @cybele, @oh its just me, @syonredux, @Anonymous, @German_reader

    , @Mark Spahn (West Seneca, NY)
    @anon

    "what’s that word for a slave raid – ragaza or something?"

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Razzia
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghazi_(warrior)

    Replies: @anon

  56. @nglaer
    @Pseudonymic Handle

    http://www.dw.com/en/top-stories/germany/s-1432

    but apparently Facebook is removing mentions of the incident in Germany.

    What does that even mean about Facebook? (I don't use it, obviously). The story (see link above) is all over the German press.

    Replies: @anon, @Travis

    good question, i have yet to use Facebook so wonder how they can censor news reports or their customers views. If a Facebook user supports Trump will they be blacklisted from Facebook ?

  57. From the NYT writeup:

    The assault, which went largely unreported for days…

    Wow, that is really interesting! Can you imagine something like that going unreported for days in the US?

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @jb

    Where have you been all your life?

    Compare and contrast saturation Trayvon or Michael Brown hysteria to the Wichita massacre, that is if you have even have heard of the Wichita massacre.

    Replies: @ATate

  58. The New York Times article has more enjoyable quotes:

    The assault, which went largely unreported for days, set off a national outcry after the Cologne police described the attackers as young men “who appeared to have a North African or Arabic” background, based on testimony from victims and witnesses. More than 90 people have filed legal complaints, the police said on Tuesday…

    Heiko Maas, Germany’s justice minister, warned on Tuesday against linking the assaults to the influx of refugees, saying that the ethnicity of the perpetrators was irrelevant.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2016/01/06/world/europe/coordinated-attacks-on-women-in-cologne-were-unprecedented-germany-says.html

    For those who missed this prophetic 2007 video:

    https://youtube.com/watch?v=Rd8cRvZZv44

  59. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    January 5, 2016
    Police in Norway proclaim ‘Oslo is lost’
    By Carol Brown

    …In 2015, there were 50 rape reports filed in Gronland, where, like all of Oslo, 100% of rapes of native Norwegian women by strangers are committed by Muslims. Across Norway, as with all of Europe, women dare not go out at night alone, the risk of rape is so incredibly high.

    Also in 2015, robberies in Gronland averaged one a day. In the past ten years, more than 4,000 people have been robbed, often right near the Gronland police station, which is in an immigrant ghetto…

    http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2016/01/police_in_oslo_norway_proclaim_oslo_is_lost.html

  60. @Lot
    @Dave Pinsen

    While a typo, Merkel's Germany is getting a lot more germy given the reported rate of diseases like TB for the Arab migrants and HIV from the Africans. And you know where the left hands of the Arab migrants have been.

    Replies: @tyrone

    they are changing the name “ger” be racist “many”be sexist. how about gerkey.

  61. @Rob McX

    Feminist Susan Brownmiller’s 1975 suggestion that sexual assault can be viewed as a political crime makes a fair amount of sense.
     
    No. The pretence by Brownmiller and other Jewish feminists that the rape threat comes from white men - that's the real political crime.

    Replies: @ben tillman

    No. The pretence by Brownmiller and other Jewish feminists that the rape threat comes from white men – that’s the real political crime.

    From Steve Sailer:

    In an interview in “People,” Brownmiller bravely pointed out the big rise in black-on-white rapes in the era and suggested it was tied into leftist ideologies of the time.

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/report-decade-of-pakistani-pimps-grooming-white-adolescents-ignored-because-officials-feared-appearing-racist/#comment-681122

  62. @anon
    @nglaer


    What does that even mean about Facebook?
     
    The German media were censoring all the attacks - long before the Cologne thing - but people were still talking about local incidents on social media like Facebook and spreading the news that way so the German govt got FB to delete any comments about invader crime. This was in the news a few days ago.

    So it seems there's been a switch in the interim where the media is talking about something while the social media is still being censored.

    Maybe just a one-off cos this incident was too big to cover up or maybe something bigger.

    Hopefully more and more Germans will wake up to the reality that their political elite doesn't care about public safety and security at all.

    Replies: @Seamus Padraig, @Massimo Heitor

    The German government even put an ex-Stasi agent (!) in charge of censoring all ‘xenophobic’ Facebook posts: http://www.infowars.com/ex-stasi-agent-hired-to-censor-xenophobic-facebook-posts/

  63. @anon
    Apparently not just Cologne

    http://newobserveronline.com/mass-invader-sex-attacks-in-stuttgart-hamburg/

    what's that word for a slave raid - ragaza or something?

    Replies: @German_reader, @Anonymous, @Mark Spahn (West Seneca, NY)

    Don’t you mean “razzia”?
    “ragazza” is Italian for “girl”.

    • Replies: @anon
    @German_reader

    "razzia" - that's the one, ty, I'd forgotten it.

  64. Watch, the response to this from the elite will be to fast track female refugees into Germany.

  65. @Jeff Burton
    Feminist Susan Brownmiller’s 1975 suggestion that sexual assault can be viewed as a political crime makes a fair amount of sense.

    This must be Steve's version of a Triple Bank Shot (tm), because actually, no it does not make any sense at all.

    Replies: @International Jew, @Erik Sieven, @2Mintzin1, @yaqub the mad scientist

    of course rape can be some kind of political act, this is almost always the case when to different ethnicities are involved

  66. White women have enjoyed privileges for so long that they never knew they had them, like a fish not being aware of water. The ability to go out in public without a man to protect them is something not enjoyed by the majority of the world’s women, and not even imaginable to many of them. It was something European women could do before mass non-white immigration. These immigrants belong to races to whom the modern Western concept of rape is incomprehensible, and will remain so.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Rob McX

    I don't know about the 'fish being unaware of water' bit, but that classic old feminist refrain involved men and 'fish needing bicycles'.

  67. @Hepp
    A lot of great stuff is happening. First of all, more evince of the Trump effect:

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2016/01/05/ted-cruz-ad-shows-bunch-business-professionals-crossing-border-illegally/

    At the Daily Caller, this article on Japan is still among the "most popular" despite having been published in October.

    http://dailycaller.com/2015/10/23/sweden-opened-its-doors-to-muslim-immigration-today-its-the-rape-capital-of-the-west-japan-didnt/

    Replies: @Seamus Padraig

  68. @German_reader
    @Anonymous

    No, you've misunderstood me...I'm against taking in masses of Sunni Arabs per se, I'm absolutely against Merkel's policy. The point I wanted to make is: Germany is too pc and too weak to act resolutely even against people whose asylum claims are obviously fraudulent and who are obviously just criminal scum. That's how bad it is.

    Replies: @nglaer, @Erik Sieven

    those who really believe know only one direction, like a fly trapped in the ear. Whatever happens, they only believe even more and hate non-believers even more. Apart from that at some point it will be too late. I have always thought that way, but by now I think in the case of Germany the point where it is to late to wake up is coming up fast. This year there were around 1.3 million invaders, another 3-5 million and it is over.

  69. @Rob McX
    @dearieme

    She's the same as every other leader in Western Europe and North America, only more so. She is different in degree, not in kind, from people like David Cameron or Jeb Bush.

    Replies: @Erik Sieven

    that´s it. And it is not only the leaders. It is politicians on all levels who are basically the same

  70. And so we begin……endgame……

    (Sorry, but a third-rate world deserves a third-rate cliche to sum up even its most profound tragedies.)

  71. anon • Disclaimer says:

    What’s happening in Germany is a speeded up version of what happened in France, UK, Holland etc over the last 20-40 years.

    The political and media elite both wanted the majority of immigrants to come from the bottom of the deck: the cultural left for the guaranteed votes, the economic right for the cheap labor, and as a result they imported large numbers of mostly young men into selected areas and as a result those areas were plunged into
    – violent competition for females
    – gang violence
    – sexual violence
    – forced prostitution
    however because it was slow and gradual and one area at a time it was easy for the media to cover it up.

    Merkel has turbo-charged it.

  72. @German_reader
    To be fair, it seems the perpetrators weren't Syrians or Iraqis, but mostly from North Africa. But this shows what a joke Germany has become: It's obvious these people aren't genuine "refugees", have no claim to asylum whatsoever and in many cases have probably entered Germany with criminal intentions. Any serious country would round them up (and rough them up in the process) and deport them. Instead they're allowed to stay for years, game the system and commit crimes with a (to a large degree justified) feeling of impunity. Germany is pathetic (and the state of North-Rhine-Westphalia where Cologne is especially so, it's known for being hyper-pc, corrupt and inefficient).

    Replies: @Anonymous, @5371, @anonymous

    I don’t know of any hard evidence that they were actually from north Africa, do you? I think the police chief was just being a diffident ethnologist, listing all the potential places of origin that might be compatible with their appearance and speech.

  73. @Laguna Beach Fogey
    @Anon

    No, these new invaders will not stay in Europe.

    Never before has it been easier to move large numbers of populations around the world.

    Replies: @ben tillman

    No, these new invaders will not stay in Europe.

    Never before has it been easier to move large numbers of populations around the world.

    Ease of horizontal transmission breeds virulence.

  74. @Rob McX
    White women have enjoyed privileges for so long that they never knew they had them, like a fish not being aware of water. The ability to go out in public without a man to protect them is something not enjoyed by the majority of the world's women, and not even imaginable to many of them. It was something European women could do before mass non-white immigration. These immigrants belong to races to whom the modern Western concept of rape is incomprehensible, and will remain so.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    I don’t know about the ‘fish being unaware of water’ bit, but that classic old feminist refrain involved men and ‘fish needing bicycles’.

  75. @jb
    From the NYT writeup:

    The assault, which went largely unreported for days...
     
    Wow, that is really interesting! Can you imagine something like that going unreported for days in the US?

    Replies: @Anonymous

    Where have you been all your life?

    Compare and contrast saturation Trayvon or Michael Brown hysteria to the Wichita massacre, that is if you have even have heard of the Wichita massacre.

    • Replies: @ATate
    @Anonymous

    The Law and Order SVU Season 4 Episode called "Dominance" was based on this case. Guess who played the murderers?

    Well, you don't have to guess you just already know.

  76. @Anonymous Nephew
    It's interesting that this news seems to have taken several days to emerge.

    As this news went mainstream, so this Guardian piece became deluged with angry comments - comments were turned off just a few minutes ago, as I imagine they were coming in faster than they could be deleted.

    http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2016/jan/05/europes-citizens-need-start-debate-diversity

    Replies: @Thea

    If diversity is great, it is only fair to send a million middles easterners, Latin Americans and East Asians to Sub Saharan African. Sharing is caring!

  77. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @anon
    Apparently not just Cologne

    http://newobserveronline.com/mass-invader-sex-attacks-in-stuttgart-hamburg/

    what's that word for a slave raid - ragaza or something?

    Replies: @German_reader, @Anonymous, @Mark Spahn (West Seneca, NY)

    Ironically, Italy, which stupidly followed Germany into war for reasons of ‘national glory’, but only got national disgrace, suffered mass rape of literally thousands of Italian women by Moroccans in French employ.
    The f*cking stupid Italians now import Moroccans by the million.
    Germany f*cked them over then – they turned Italy into a battle ground, a prolonged, destructive, gut wrenching battle ground.
    Now Germany is being, literally, f*cked over by some rather nasty, priapic Moroccans, and the current Fuhrerlein is protecting them.

    I simply cannot get over the dumbness of white people. Or the evil of The Economist.

    • Replies: @cybele
    @Anonymous

    Yes - see the Academy Award winning film Two Women starring Sophia Loren

    , @oh its just me
    @Anonymous


    Or the evil of The Economist.
     
    Aren't the Rothchild banks part owner?
    , @syonredux
    @Anonymous


    Marocchinate (pronounced [marokkiˈnate], Italian for "those given the Moroccan treatment" i.e. "women raped by Moroccans") is a term applied to women who were victims of the mass rape and killings committed during World War II after the Battle of Monte Cassino in Italy. These were committed mainly by the Moroccan Goumiers, colonial troops of the French Expeditionary Corps (FEC),[1] commanded by General Alphonse Juin.
     

    Monte Cassino was captured by the Allies on May 18, 1944. The next night, thousands of Goumiers and other colonial troops scoured the slopes of the hills surrounding the town and the villages of Ciociaria (in South Latium). Over 60,000 women, ranging in age from 11 to 86, suffered from violence, when village after village came under control of the Goumiers. Civilian men who tried to protect their wives and daughters were murdered. The number of men killed has been estimated at 800.[3]

    The mayor of Esperia, a comune in the Province of Frosinone, reported that in his town, 700 women out of 2,500 inhabitants were raped resulting in many deaths. According to some sources, a total of more than 7,000 civilians, including children, were raped by Goumiers.[
     
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marocchinate
    , @Anonymous
    @Anonymous

    And apparently you cannot get over inserting the Nazi narrative into everything either.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    , @German_reader
    @Anonymous

    Yeah, I know about those Moroccans running amok in Italy during WW2. My English grandfather was there, near Caserta in 1944, local Italians complained about the rapes and the pillaging committed by the Moroccans. My grandfather's unit eventually rounded up some of those Moroccans (on threat they would be shot if they resisted) and beat them with rifle butts until they were bloody...probably killed a few of the bastards. Something like this would be needed today as well, but Germany is such a joke, nothing will happen. Already the main concern of the establishment is once again that this not be "exploited" by right-wingers.

    Replies: @Thea

  78. It’s the young single immigrant underclass men who just happen to be Muslim who are employing Roissy-esque techniques to get some trim.

    Why? Muslims are born and raised in a patriarchal society—where some conservative whites desire a return those “glory” days—by which women are considered to be chattel, stupid.

    Muslims and Christians are related in that way–keep women where they should be, right?

    To paraphrase Roissy, why be a sucker at marriage and raising kids when you can suck out the lifeblood of being single and chasin’ skirts? And to paraphrase Jim at Jim’s blog, there is no such thing as marital rape.

    Jefferson—“Why are Muslim men getting drunk? The koran prohibits alcohol consumption.”

    Because they do not strictly practice Islam. It’s not an uncommon experience for single, out of work men to search for other ways to satiate their desires for masculinizing behavior, whether it be buying a truck, pumping iron, or aggressively gaming chicks. Again, it’s the Roissy lifestyle!

    “These Arab Muslim men are behaving like a bunch of Roma Gypsies.”

    Corrected for accuracy —> These Muslim men are behaving like any member, regardless of race or ethnicity, of the criminal underclass.

    German_reader—“Any serious country would round them up (and rough them up in the process) and deport them. Instead they’re allowed to stay for years, game the system and commit crimes with a (to a large degree justified) feeling of impunity.”



    Can’t say I disagree.

    Flinders Petrie—“Germany is now a virtual petri dish of intersecting systems of oppression and discrimination; a synergistic blending of sexism, Islamophobia, bigotry, homophobia, and racism.”

    You forgot to add “white privilege” and “Zionism”. You must be new here.

    Radical Centrist—“On one thing, almost all economists agree: In the long term, the refugee crisis ought to be unambiguously positive for the European economy. Over time, the new arrivals should play an important role in addressing Europe’s alarming demographic trends, improving the ratio of workers to those who are economically inactive, a ratio that is falling in many countries.”

    How did Carnegie and Rockefeller and Gould and Frick fare with immigrants at their disposal? How the United States become a global economic power by 1900?

    Big Bill—“Groups of young horny Puerto Rican men milling around in Central Park started groping girls and tearing their clothes off.”

    Roissy would characterize this behavior as being alpha-eseque. You really need to get with the program.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Corvinus


    Why? Muslims are born and raised in a patriarchal society—where some conservative whites desire a return those “glory” days—by which women are considered to be chattel, stupid.

    Muslims and Christians are related in that way–keep women where they should be, right?

     

    English writer G.K. Chesterton believed that the rise of chivalry, starting in the early Middle Ages, came with the veneration of the Virgin Mary. The protection of women, motherhood and the veneration of the Virgin Mary go hand-in-hand. The rise of chivalry spurred the rise of Western civilization itself, which fought against barbarians who didn’t have the same respect for women.

    I found part of this argument in Chesterton’s A Short History of England:

    Chivalry might be called the baptism of Feudalism. It was an attempt to bring the justice and even the logic of the Catholic creed into a military system which already existed; to turn its discipline into an initiation and its inequalities into a hierarchy. To the comparative grace of the new period belongs, of course, that considerable cultus of the dignity of woman, to which the word “chivalry” is often narrowed, or perhaps exalted. This also was a revolt against one of the worst gaps in the more polished civilization of the Saracens. Moslems denied even souls to women; perhaps from the same instinct which recoiled from the sacred birth, with its inevitable glorification of the mother; perhaps merely because, having originally had tents rather than houses, they had slaves rather than housewives. It is false to say that the chivalric view of women was merely an affectation, except in the sense in which there must always be an affectation where there is an ideal. It is the worst sort of superficiality not to see the pressure of a general sentiment merely because it is always broken up by events; the Crusade itself, for example, is more present and potent as a dream even than as a reality. From the first Plantagenet to the last Lancastrian it haunts the minds of English kings, giving as a background to their battles a mirage of Palestine. So a devotion like that of Edward I. to his queen was quite a real motive in the lives of multitudes of his contemporaries. When crowds of enlightened tourists, setting forth to sneer at the superstitions of the continent, are taking tickets and labelling luggage at the large railway station at the west end of the Strand, I do not know whether they all speak to their wives with a more flowing courtesy than their fathers in Edward’s time, or whether they pause to meditate on the legend of a husband’s sorrow, to be found in the very name of Charing Cross.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Corvinus

    , @Daniel Williams
    @Corvinus


    ... Roissy-esque techniques ... To paraphrase Roissy... the Roissy lifestyle ... Roissy would ...
     
    You've got a Jan Brady thing happening here. Do you go to Chateau Heartiste to tell the world what Sailer says and thinks?
    , @The Albino Sasquatch
    @Corvinus

    And happy New 2016 to you too, Corv. Still employing your usual schtick. An oldie but a goodie eh? I must say though, although your delivery is great (Bill Maher would envy you) and your timing is perfect, your material...a little long in the tooth, like a sitcom that's overstretched it's ratings highpoint. Hoping for some new stuff from you come the new year. Alas - think I'll no longer bother with your posts Corv my boy. I wish you all the best in your 2016 Trollings!
    Yours sincerely,
    A. Sasquatch.

    Replies: @Corvinus

    , @ben tillman
    @Corvinus


    To paraphrase Roissy, why be a sucker at marriage and raising kids when you can suck out the lifeblood of being single and chasin’ skirts? And to paraphrase Jim at Jim’s blog, there is no such thing as marital rape.
     
    Obviously, Roissy is a short-sighted hedonistic fool. As for Jim, I have no idea who he is, but his view on marital rape is basic common sense recognized by the common law for centuries. It was not controversial in the least until maybe 30 or 40 years ago.
  79. @Jefferson
    @Patrick in SC

    "Be nice if some of these “Commentators” were quick to urge people to not jump to conclusions every time a black guy is shot by the police."

    Jared Taylor believes that Black Lies Matter is a blessing in disguise in that the longer they exist to spew anti-White garbage, the more Right Wing Whites it creates in the process.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Klortho, @FactsAreImportant

    Any white who cannot see the ‘name of the game’ before all that ‘black lives matter’ crap, is simply to dumb to live.

    • Replies: @Keith Vaz
    @Anonymous

    That's 90% of White women.

  80. @Flinders Petrie
    On the bright side, feminists finally have a real-world example of their pet word 'intersectionality'. Germany is now a virtual petri dish of intersecting systems of oppression and discrimination; a synergistic blending of sexism, Islamophobia, bigotry, homophobia, and racism.

    Will feminists concern themselves with those German women who were actually raped and sexually assaulted? Or will the skin color and exotic origins of the male assaulters trump the victimhood status of white women?

    Fascinating.

    If only Haven Monahan were found within that vibrant flash mob. Just one Haven would be enough, really.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @AndrewR

    I’ve gone on and on enough about the sacred ‘totem pole’ and totem pole algorithms enough in this blog.

  81. @dearieme
    I'm sorry to say that Merkel may go down in history as Germany's greatest traitor. Still I ask: what the hell possessed her?

    Replies: @bomag, @pyrrhus, @fish, @Rob McX, @Glossy, @AndrewR, @Olorin

    what the hell possessed her?

    The need for approval from the media, from fellow politicians, from the people with whom she socializes at Davos and other meetings and conferences. And she got what she wanted – she’s Time’s person of the year.

    • Replies: @ben tillman
    @Glossy


    what the hell possessed her?

    The need for approval from the media, from fellow politicians, from the people with whom she socializes at Davos and other meetings and conferences.
     
    Yeah, she's being bombarded by the equivalent of pheromones that change her behavior. It's the same thing that happens to Supreme Court justices after they're appointed by Republican Presidents.
    , @Reg Cæsar
    @Glossy



    what the hell possessed her?

    The need for approval from the media, from fellow politicians, from the people with whom she socializes at Davos and other meetings and conferences. And she got what she wanted – she’s Time’s person of the year.

     

    Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger, the future Pope Benedict, tols a young American priest that not only did the press's attacks not bother him, if they went for three days without doing so he felt the need to examine his conscience.

    Too bad for Germany he was elected by the College of Cardinals rather than by the German people.
  82. @nglaer
    @German_reader

    German reader, isn't this enough to break the hold of PC, which is at base a fraudulent ideology? I mean at some point, don't people's minds change, especially when concrete interests like order and security are threatened? . It's not like a religion or something. Or maybe it is, after only a generation.

    Replies: @German_reader, @Anonymous

    Well, it IS a f*cking religion with those bastard adherents.

    (Sorry to usurp ‘German Reader’ and for the foul language).

  83. One is reminded of Air Chief Marshall Arthur Harris’s wartime statement against Germany’s leaders:

    “They have sowed the wind, and now they are going to reap the whirlwind.”

    • Replies: @PiltdownMan
    @Auntie Analogue

    Bomber Harris was quoting Hosea 8:7.

    "For they have sown the wind, and they shall reap the whirlwind: it hath no stalk: the bud shall yield no meal: if so be it yield, the strangers shall swallow it up"

  84. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    Consider the ubiquity and saturation availability of hard core pornography on smart phones and tablets – which even the most scurvy of these ‘migrants’ all seem to have.
    San Fernando’s biggest industry, of course, features women, overwhelmingly white women, seemingly doing all sorts of unspeakable things at the merest ‘drop of a hat’ or should I say drop of a wad (cash of course).

    Now, consider yer typical Magrehbi sex-starved, burka-teased, scurvy punter.
    He’s just entered porn-hub paradise.
    The only trouble is that real, rather than fabled, white tarts keep their drawers on.

    • Replies: @neutral
    @Anonymous

    I have no doubt that a lot of those 3rd world migrants have access to hard porn on their smartphones, but even those with IQs lower than 80 would be aware that its not a true reflection of reality.

    What is really driving them to do this is the other stuff they can access on their smartphones, stories about how in Europe you face no real punishment for crimes committed, stories about how the government generally uses its police to protect migrants over the locals and stories about how wimpish the men are in protecting their women. Unlike the porn, these views of Europe are very real and the migrants know it and they know that nobody will really stand in their way. These views are not coming on obscure sites, a migrant viewing something like BBC or any other standard mainstream outlet or the standard PC speak from a politician will very quickly realize just how easy it is for them to get away with things.

    Replies: @PiltdownMan

  85. @dearieme
    I'm sorry to say that Merkel may go down in history as Germany's greatest traitor. Still I ask: what the hell possessed her?

    Replies: @bomag, @pyrrhus, @fish, @Rob McX, @Glossy, @AndrewR, @Olorin

    It’s been said that she let in all the migrants in order to resist Turkey’s blackmail. But what she’s done to Europe is far worse than letting Turkey into the EU.

  86. And why doesn’t Japan want Third World immigrants again?

  87. @Anonymous
    @German_reader

    And if these were "genuine refugees"? Then Germans would just have to endure it, no matter what?

    Replies: @German_reader, @AndrewR

    It’s very unlikely genuine refugees would act like this and I think you’re aware of that.

    • Replies: @ben tillman
    @AndrewR


    And if these were “genuine refugees”? Then Germans would just have to endure it, no matter what?
     
    Genuine refugees are just people on the losing side of a conflict. That doesn't turn them into angels.

    Replies: @Rob McX, @AndrewR

  88. @Anonymous

    OT: The Week: I stopped reading white male authors last year. Here's what I learned.

    A funny thing happens when you spend the better part of a year reading and watching Western men — you start to notice who is in charge.

    Last April, my frustration with the homogeneity of easily accessible art made me swear off reading or watching anything by white men until 2016. Instead, I chose to spend the year immersing myself in stories by anyone but white, Western directors and authors (you can read the rules I had to follow here and see the list of books I read here)...

    Despite the uphill battle, some of the best books published this year have been by people of color — Ta-Nehisi Coates' Between the World and Me, Marlon James' A Brief History of Seven Killings, Hanya Yanagihara's A Little Life have all received critical acclaimed...

    In other words, if the lists of the best books of 2015 prove anything, it's that my challenge was still too easy: Despite the hurdles, women are relatively actually easy and accessible to read, for men and women alike. A true challenge would be focusing on the voices that still go unheard— even when you put the white men on mute.

    Jeva Lange (white girl) is a staff writer at TheWeek.com. She is also the managing editor of the Bennington Review and an alumnus of Bennington College. A Seattle native, Jeva now lives in New York City. Follow her on Twitter.

    http://theweek.com/articles/595520/stopped-reading-white-male-authors-last-year-heres-what-learned
     

    Replies: @syonredux, @Thea

    Hilarious stuff:

    For 282 days in 2015, I vowed not to watch any movies or read any books that were created by white men from Western Europe, North America, or Australia. I was feeling particularly fed up when I made the decision.

    So, books by White men from Latin America are OK? Which means that Borges is kosher?

    And, since Eastern Europe went unmentioned, I suppose that writers like Gogol and Pushkin are also acceptable?

  89. @Patrick in SC

    However, there was no official confirmation that asylum seekers had been involved in the violence. Commentators in Germany were quick to urge people not to jump to conclusions.
     
    Be nice if some of these "Commentators" were quick to urge people to not jump to conclusions every time a black guy is shot by the police.

    Replies: @Jefferson, @AndrewR

    I’m not sure Germans spend much time commenting on American domestic politics.

    • Replies: @German_reader
    @AndrewR

    Some actually do, they had a lengthy segment in today's news about Obama's plans to restrict gun ownership (of course very much in favour of that).

    Replies: @AndrewR

  90. @Flinders Petrie
    On the bright side, feminists finally have a real-world example of their pet word 'intersectionality'. Germany is now a virtual petri dish of intersecting systems of oppression and discrimination; a synergistic blending of sexism, Islamophobia, bigotry, homophobia, and racism.

    Will feminists concern themselves with those German women who were actually raped and sexually assaulted? Or will the skin color and exotic origins of the male assaulters trump the victimhood status of white women?

    Fascinating.

    If only Haven Monahan were found within that vibrant flash mob. Just one Haven would be enough, really.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @AndrewR

    Rotherham showed that feminists would rather be raped by swarthy Muslims than be seen as racists.

    • Replies: @James N. Kennett
    @AndrewR

    Rotherham showed that feminists would rather be raped by swarthy Muslims than be seen as racists.

    The truth is that it was other women and girls who got raped, and feminists don't give a shit about other women, except their immediate family and close friends.

    It takes my breath away every time I see the callous indifference of women to people outside their immediate circle. The feminist bleating is turned on only when there is the chance of extracting resources or power from their menfolk, or those of a higher social class. The perps in Rotherham had nothing the feminists wanted to take.

    Replies: @Mishima Zaibatsu

    , @Citizen of a Silly Country
    @AndrewR

    No. Rotherham showed that feminists would rather that poor white girls, i.e. not the feminists or, in the rare case, their daughters, be raped by swarthy Muslims than the feminists be seen as racists.

    Pardon the pun, but no skin in the game for the feminists.

    , @anon
    @AndrewR

    Rotherham showed that upper middle class feminists would rather working class children be raped than be seen as racists.

  91. I’ve asked before, but isn’t there a German Deep State left? The old “von” families. Prussians? Or did the occupation destroy/subvert them all?

    • Replies: @syonredux
    @sutton


    I’ve asked before, but isn’t there a German Deep State left? The old “von” families. Prussians? Or did the occupation destroy/subvert them all?
     
    One might as well ask "what happened to the old WASP elite, the American-Americans?":


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jl_9ayxs69A



    THE GOOD SHEPHERD

    Joseph Palmi: Let me ask you something... we Italians, we got our families, and we got the church; the Irish, they have the homeland, Jews their tradition; even the n******, they got their music. What about you people, Mr. Wilson, what do you have?

    Edward Wilson: The United States of America. The rest of you are just visiting.
    , @WhatEvvs
    @sutton

    I don't know much about the German aristocracy, but the director of /The Lives of Others and The Tourist (Depp/Jolie movie) is a real specimen:

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

    "Following the defeat of the Third Reich in 1945, the Henckel von Donnersmarcks lost their fortune due to expulsion from Silesia by Ukrainian troops of Soviet Army."

    They may have lost their money, but not their amazing class!

  92. @Mr. Anon
    @fish

    "Angie is just a Crazy Cat Lady writ large. She’ll be there in her housecoat and slippers throwing cat kibble at them as long as they keep coming.

    Sorry Germany you’ll just need to get used to that pee smell."

    Someone forgot to throw a big plastic furniture cover over Cologne.

    Replies: @Kylie, @Daniel Williams

    “‘Angie is just a Crazy Cat Lady writ large. She’ll be there in her housecoat and slippers throwing cat kibble at them as long as they keep coming.

    Sorry Germany you’ll just need to get used to that pee smell.’

    Someone forgot to throw a big plastic furniture cover over Cologne.”

    You’re too kind. Trapping feral cats and carting them off to a kill shelter is much more effective. Though I can see where Germany might find that method has troubling historical connotations.

  93. All that is left is for these sexually frustrated young men to bring their Trashfeen Malik mail order brides in and they will be popping out little Jihadists by the dozen.

  94. @German_reader
    @nglaer

    No, I don't think this will really change much...mainstream media have now covered this story (they pretty much had no other choice), but eventually the standard script will kick in "Only a small minority of asylum seekers do things like that, we mustn't let right-wingers exploit this, we must now double our efforts at integrating the refugees". The powers that be and the "good" people will never admit they've been wrong.

    Replies: @backup, @Massimo Heitor

  95. I’m shocked by all the ‘racist’ rhetoric here.

    Why should the ‘refugees’ be denied their Victory Riot?

    http://takimag.com/article/birth_of_the_victory_riot_steve_sailer/print#axzz3wOujL6kq

    And we should be happy that Muslims, Arabs, and North Africans are becoming ‘westernized’ and acting like soccer hooligans. I mean they are even drinking alcohol and acting like UVA frat boy rape gang. They are taking lessons from Caveman Monahan.

    They don’t heed the Koran. They heed this(the other Semites):

  96. @fish
    @dearieme

    Angie is just a Crazy Cat Lady writ large. She'll be there in her housecoat and slippers throwing cat kibble at them as long as they keep coming.

    Sorry Germany you'll just need to get used to that pee smell.

    Replies: @Mr. Anon, @Clyde, @Tacitus2016

    Angie is just a Crazy Cat Lady writ large. She’ll be there in her housecoat and slippers throwing cat kibble at them as long as they keep coming.

    She was a good enough leader for Germany for years but had a mental breakdown or episode that turned her into a dictatorial cat lady imposing her whims on the rest of Europe. My opinion.

  97. @Jefferson
    @Patrick in SC

    "Be nice if some of these “Commentators” were quick to urge people to not jump to conclusions every time a black guy is shot by the police."

    Jared Taylor believes that Black Lies Matter is a blessing in disguise in that the longer they exist to spew anti-White garbage, the more Right Wing Whites it creates in the process.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Klortho, @FactsAreImportant

    BLM was definitely instrumental in my awakening.

  98. Cologne cathedral, Berlin’s Brandenburg Gate and bridges across the river Rhine plunged into darkness in backlash against anti-immigrant protests

    The above is from an article exactly one year ago today. It goes on:

    In Cologne, where protesters were also heavily outnumbered, the floodlights were switched off at the immense cathedral that dominates the city skyline and is Germany’s most visited tourist attraction, and on the bridges across the river Rhine.

    One year later? Everything is going as well as any reasonable person could’ve expected.

  99. @pyrrhus
    @dearieme

    Merkel was a communist youth leader, and apparently "destruction of western civilization" program is still running in her brain...

    Replies: @inselaffen

    So how come the whole rest of the former Soviet Bloc has a much healther attitude to immigration etc than the west?
    Including Merkel’s Ossi compatriots (who highlight the difference quite particularly when compared to west germans).
    If anything Merkel is just being as ‘westerner’ as possible.

    • Agree: Glossy
    • Replies: @Whiskey
    @inselaffen

    The reason that say, Hungary has a more sane attitude towards multicultural suicide is the lack of female driven consumerism.

    What's wrong with the West is not 'the Jews' which when very, very Jewish Samuel Goldwyn, Louis B. Mayer, and Jack Warner were running Hollywood had Yankee Doodle Dandy and John Wayne defeating the Japanese and the Apache. Rather it is decades of advertisers pandering to the WORST of female desires: hatred of beta White males (the origin of PC/Multikult and anti-Whitism) for lack of sexy dominance, excuse making for Alpha males, social competition for being most holy, herd mentality conformism, etc.

    Women make or influence about 85% of consumer purchases, so advertisers just pander to their desires figuring that if they offend males well too bad, they're playing the numbers game. And that numbers game plays right into mass Third World immigration, and excuse making for mass rapes by the Cathedral while there is a female meltdown over a fat White guy engineer wearing a shirt with hula girls on it while helping land a probe on a comet. Or an engineer getting fired for making a dongle joke at a programming convention. Or a female meltdown over a nerd asking her for coffee in an elevator.

    Look at what women don't do. Not whatever excuses they make. They never criticize Muslims and their primitive attitudes towards women.

    Female driven mass consumerism and mass advertising are like steroids pushing society to ultra feminism. Women have less of a role and importance in Eastern lands because advertising is still so new and consumerism so unsteady. Switzerland is more of the same -- it had granted women the vote only in the 1970s, and had and still does hefty restrictions on advertising and mass marketing. As does Japan, with its deliberately maintained retail small holder inefficiencies and higher costs.

    , @anon
    @inselaffen


    So how come the whole rest of the former Soviet Bloc has a much healther attitude to immigration etc than the west?
     
    Proof that what's happening in the West is the result of 60 years of media poisoning,
  100. @International Jew
    @NJ Transit Commuter


    I’m old enough to remember when European cities were an oasis from the crime and violence of US cities.
     
    Same here. Start visiting Poland, Czecho-Slovakia and Hungary. They're still nice and "European". Especially Poland.

    Replies: @szopen

    I am Polish and I hate to say it, but Poland had higher crime rate than old Europe decades ago before the immigration. While right now I would say it’s safer here overall, this is not an oasis – people get beaten (especially if they are dark-skinned, but perfectly European look won’t always save you) and robbed.

    • Replies: @AshTon
    @szopen

    There's a very large element of narcissism in pro-Immigration attitudes. The idea is that all these millions of people from abroad are "just like us". For the Scandinavians and Germans, with their well-run societies, this means they think everyone is civic-minded, hard-working, and well-behaved. The rougher and tougher areas of Europe have a more realistic attitude towards immigrants, because in many respects they share a similar mentality. That's why eastern Europe has not opened its arms like Germany and Scandinavia.

  101. This is not a problem. The fact that government of my country (Poland) is trying to get rid of corrupted class which costs us billions of zlotys every years – that’s the real problem.

  102. @Mr. Anon
    @fish

    "Angie is just a Crazy Cat Lady writ large. She’ll be there in her housecoat and slippers throwing cat kibble at them as long as they keep coming.

    Sorry Germany you’ll just need to get used to that pee smell."

    Someone forgot to throw a big plastic furniture cover over Cologne.

    Replies: @Kylie, @Daniel Williams

    Someone forgot to throw a big plastic furniture cover over Cologne.

    Not a bad idea—a giant burqa would impose much-needed modesty on every Western harlot in the city, all at once.

  103. Where are the great headline writers of yesteryear?

    Germany shocked, shocked by wild and crazy invaders!!!!

  104. @fish
    @dearieme

    Angie is just a Crazy Cat Lady writ large. She'll be there in her housecoat and slippers throwing cat kibble at them as long as they keep coming.

    Sorry Germany you'll just need to get used to that pee smell.

    Replies: @Mr. Anon, @Clyde, @Tacitus2016

    Brings to mind this post regarding our Crazy Cat Ladies.

    https://heartiste.wordpress.com/2010/10/18/the-crazy-cat-lady-stage-of-america/

  105. @Big Bill
    @Dave Pinsen

    And then there was that Puerto Rican Day parade in Manhattan ten years ago or so. Groups of young horny Puerto Rican men milling around in Central Park started groping girls and tearing their clothes off. As I remember, some French tourist girl got it worst of all.

    Replies: @Clyde, @Forbes

    And then there was that Puerto Rican Day parade in Manhattan ten years ago or so. Groups of young horny Puerto Rican men milling around in Central Park started groping girls and tearing their clothes off. As I remember, some French tourist girl got it worst of all.

    Puerto Rican Day parade was a grope-fest for many years and a disaster in other ways. Howard Stern used to go on about this each year like clockwork

  106. @Jefferson
    "The scale of the attacks on women at the city’s central train station has shocked Germany. About 1,000 drunk and aggressive young men were involved."

    Why are Muslim men getting drunk? The koran prohibits alcohol consumption.

    " Most of the crimes reported to police were robberies."

    Robbing women of their purses and wallets. These Arab Muslim men are behaving like a bunch of Roma Gypsies.

    These Arab Muslim men harassing and robbing White German women are the next Steve Jobs according to the Leftist invite the world elites.

    Replies: @tbraton, @Clyde, @AmericanaCON

    Why are Muslim men getting drunk? The koran prohibits alcohol consumption.

    Koran says nothing about drugs so Muslims feel they can go to town with them and not defy Allah. Many Jihadis are hopped up on Captagon.

    Here’s how ISIS uses amphetamines to create brainwashed, psychotic killing-machines
    http://www.rawstory.com/2015/12/heres-how-isis-uses-amphetamines-to-create-brainwashed-psychotic-killing-machines/

  107. @German_reader
    To be fair, it seems the perpetrators weren't Syrians or Iraqis, but mostly from North Africa. But this shows what a joke Germany has become: It's obvious these people aren't genuine "refugees", have no claim to asylum whatsoever and in many cases have probably entered Germany with criminal intentions. Any serious country would round them up (and rough them up in the process) and deport them. Instead they're allowed to stay for years, game the system and commit crimes with a (to a large degree justified) feeling of impunity. Germany is pathetic (and the state of North-Rhine-Westphalia where Cologne is especially so, it's known for being hyper-pc, corrupt and inefficient).

    Replies: @Anonymous, @5371, @anonymous

    To be fair, it seems the perpetrators weren’t Syrians or Iraqis, but mostly from North Africa.

    Any impressions on which group of Muslim men is the worst in terms of violence and perversion? Maghrebis, Levantines/Iraqis, or Pakistanis?

  108. @Big Bill
    @Dave Pinsen

    And then there was that Puerto Rican Day parade in Manhattan ten years ago or so. Groups of young horny Puerto Rican men milling around in Central Park started groping girls and tearing their clothes off. As I remember, some French tourist girl got it worst of all.

    Replies: @Clyde, @Forbes

    In a sort of “Being There” moment, I had been in Central Park shortly before both the Central Park jogger and the Puerto Rican Day parade incidents. In 1989, I had run across the Harlem cutoff (approx. 105th St.) perhaps an hour before the jogger’s assault. It was dusk, and runners never went above the cutoff with darkness approaching. In 2000, was bike-riding the 6-mile loop around the south end–near the S.E. corner where the PR Day parade assaults took place, minutes beforehand (having to detour up the Mall to Center Drive due to pedestrian congestion on the loop). There was indeed a very strange vibe about activity in the Park in both instances.

  109. @tbraton
    @Jefferson

    "Why are Muslim men getting drunk? The koran prohibits alcohol consumption."

    Well, look at the bright side of things. At least, they are showing signs of assimilating. You know the old adage: when in Germany, do as the Germans do.

    Replies: @Brutusale, @Forbes

    Thirty years ago a friend (white American), who worked for Babcock & Wilcox installing steam-powered desalinization plants in Saudi Arabia, told of how on flights out of the country the pilot would announce clearance of SA airspace, passengers would dispose of their Arabian attire and the drinks cart would come out of locked storage. Hypocrisy writ large.

  110. @Jefferson
    @Patrick in SC

    "Be nice if some of these “Commentators” were quick to urge people to not jump to conclusions every time a black guy is shot by the police."

    Jared Taylor believes that Black Lies Matter is a blessing in disguise in that the longer they exist to spew anti-White garbage, the more Right Wing Whites it creates in the process.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Klortho, @FactsAreImportant

    Jared Taylor believes that Black Lies Matter is a blessing in disguise in that the longer they exist to spew anti-White garbage, the more Right Wing Whites it creates in the process.

    True that.

    I’m convinced that BLM and Ferguson were why Republicans did surprisingly well in the last Congressional elections. Nobody openly discussed it, least of all leftist pundits, but BLM negatively influenced a lot of people.

    BLM is also helping swell the TrumpTide. Wouldn’t surprise me if Trump is secretly funding them.

    BLM just won’t stop. They keep charging headlong into the brick wall of reality over and over again — new video was just released showing Tamir Rice pulling a gun on a police officer before he was shot, and there will be six more trials of the Freddie Gray officers stretching into the summer.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @FactsAreImportant


    new video was just released showing Tamir Rice pulling a gun on a police officer
     
    Link please.

    Tamir might not have been the sharpest pencil in the drawer but what, even by ghetto logic, would the point be of pulling a toy gun on a cop?

    Replies: @FactsAreImportant

  111. @iffen
    Looks like Germany needs to follow Norway's lead and conduct some "No Rapin'" classes. It might even be worthwhile to put some "Head Start" "No Rapin'" classes in place.

    Replies: @Percy Gryce

    Looks like Germany needs to follow Norway’s lead and conduct some “No Rapin’” classes.

    Featuring German rapist Hänsel Monahan?

    • Replies: @iffen
    @Percy Gryce

    Well yeah, you don't expect to see Muhammad Al Muhammad in the starring role, do you?

  112. @anon
    Apparently not just Cologne

    http://newobserveronline.com/mass-invader-sex-attacks-in-stuttgart-hamburg/

    what's that word for a slave raid - ragaza or something?

    Replies: @German_reader, @Anonymous, @Mark Spahn (West Seneca, NY)

    “what’s that word for a slave raid – ragaza or something?”

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Razzia
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghazi_(warrior)

    • Replies: @anon
    @Mark Spahn (West Seneca, NY)

    ty

  113. A new people brings a “new type of crime.”

    A new people creates a “completely new dimension of crime.”

  114. I can understand Obama wanting to import lots of Latinos, Hatians, etc. as he can eventually count on most of them voting Democrat.

    But can Merkel really think a bunch of angry Muslim men will ever vote for her party, the Christian Democrats? These mad dogs are not just bad for Germany, they are bad for her party. Dumb…

    • Replies: @German_reader
    @Hannah Katz

    Probably true, but the Christian Democrats have been trying outreach to immigrant groups for some time. At one point the Christian Democrats in North-Rhine-Westphalia (where Cologne is) actually had a problem with infiltration by Turkish-Germans who were members of the Grey wolves and similiar outfits and wanted to join German parties to further their agenda...

    , @anon
    @Hannah Katz

    The capitalist parties support it because their donors want the cheap labor.
    The socialist parties support it for the votes.
    Europhiles support it for divide and rule.
    Some support it because they want to see the destruction of the european peoples.

  115. @nglaer
    http://www.nytimes.com/2016/01/06/world/europe/coordinated-attacks-on-women-in-cologne-were-unprecedented-germany-says.html

    Times has picked it up.

    Replies: @FactsAreImportant

    Times has picked it up.

    The top “Reader’s Picks” comments on the NYT article are monolithic. My favorite:

    Your readers, dear New York Times, will never forget how you, and other liberal outlets, turned your pages and reporting into non-stop advocacy for immigration.

    And your readers again and again pointed out the lunacy of allowing hundreds of thousands of young men from a culture with little respect for the dignity of women to pour into Europe.

    As you see the extreme right rise in Europe, please keep in mind how much you aided its rise.

    701 recommend

    Also:

    I am so inflamed by this article I am surprised I am not on fire.

    351 Recommend

    The top “NYT Pick”, however (with a whopping 41 recommends!), is pro-refugee.

    • Replies: @res
    @FactsAreImportant

    Thanks for posting this. It helped me understand the current state of those comments. I just clicked on that link and the top 5 reader's picks were all NYT picks as well (from 900-1700+ recommends). All of these were at least skeptical about immigration. I thought I had entered an alternate reality (surely the Overton window has not moved that much at the NYT). After reading your post I looked more closely and saw the much harsher comments you quoted just below the top five. I guess when the NYT position is too unpopular it is necessary to give some publicity to the "sane/civil enemy" to prevent the really incriminating views being seen. Encouraging.

  116. Wondering if any Clappers got the clap?

  117. @German_reader
    @nglaer

    No, I don't think this will really change much...mainstream media have now covered this story (they pretty much had no other choice), but eventually the standard script will kick in "Only a small minority of asylum seekers do things like that, we mustn't let right-wingers exploit this, we must now double our efforts at integrating the refugees". The powers that be and the "good" people will never admit they've been wrong.

    Replies: @backup, @Massimo Heitor

    “No, I don’t think this will really change much…mainstream media have now covered this story (they pretty much had no other choice), but eventually the standard script will kick in “Only a small minority of asylum seekers do things like that, we mustn’t let right-wingers exploit this, we must now double our efforts at integrating the refugees”. The powers that be and the “good” people will never admit they’ve been wrong.”

    One incident won’t change global perception, but as these incidents become more prevalent, patterns emerge that are obvious to even casual observers, the current “standard script” will be increasingly ridiculous and be discarded. Global perception is in constant change and the current “standard script” might seem invincible or it might be on its last legs.

    • Replies: @iStevefan
    @Massimo Heitor


    One incident won’t change global perception, but as these incidents become more prevalent, patterns emerge that are obvious to even casual observers, the current “standard script” will be increasingly ridiculous and be discarded. Global perception is in constant change and the current “standard script” might seem invincible or it might be on its last legs.
     
    The problem is how long do we have to wait until 'they get it'? As others pointed out Enoch Powell was predicting this stuff almost fifty years ago, but they didn't listen. Worse they not only didn't listen, they censured him. Ditto for Pat Buchanan since around 1990.

    Had we listened to those guys then, we might have been able to do something about it. Now the problem has only gotten worse and dead-enders of this failed ideology double down and try ignore what is happening. It's great more and more people are seeing the light. But each and every day more and more non-Europeans are streaming into Europe and North America.

    At this rate we'll only get enough converts AFTER it is way too late to do anything about it.

    Replies: @Massimo Heitor

  118. @anon
    @nglaer


    What does that even mean about Facebook?
     
    The German media were censoring all the attacks - long before the Cologne thing - but people were still talking about local incidents on social media like Facebook and spreading the news that way so the German govt got FB to delete any comments about invader crime. This was in the news a few days ago.

    So it seems there's been a switch in the interim where the media is talking about something while the social media is still being censored.

    Maybe just a one-off cos this incident was too big to cover up or maybe something bigger.

    Hopefully more and more Germans will wake up to the reality that their political elite doesn't care about public safety and security at all.

    Replies: @Seamus Padraig, @Massimo Heitor

    “The German media were censoring all the attacks – long before the Cologne thing – but people were still talking about local incidents on social media like Facebook and spreading the news that way so the German govt got FB to delete any comments about invader crime. This was in the news a few days ago.”

    Zuckerberg expressed eagerness to censor any anti-immigrant/refugee sentiment. No one had to twist Facebook’s arm to get them to engage in political censorship.

    As these incidents continue, cell phone video evidence will mount, the public is eager to see, many outlets will be eager to host and cover, and Facebook can’t stop them.

  119. OT: Sicario is out on DVD, BluRay, and at Redbox today for those, like me, who missed it in theater.

  120. The moral logic of this all.

    European madness in WWII pushed Jews to Palestine, and Palestinians got ethnically cleansed and lost their homeland.

    So now, the Arabs must pour into Europe and ethnically cleanse Germans who are losing their homeland.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @Anon

    Fair enough, except that very few of the Arabs pouring into Europe are refugees. The troublemakers in Cologne weren't even refugees - they were N. Africans.

    Replies: @Erik Sieven

    , @Anonymous
    @Anon

    The Palestinians are still there. They are not Moroccans, Algerians, Pakistanis, etc. Do you know numbers? Can you read a map?

    Idiot.

  121. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    Donald Trump March 30, 2011:

    On illegal immigration, Trump said: “You either have a country or you don’t; you either have a line and a boundary, or you don’t.”

    “Something has to be done,” he continued. “You put soldiers on that line,” adding there is no choice. “They’re coming over, and they’re climbing over a fence, and there’s nobody within 10 miles — and they’re selling drugs all over the place, they’re killing people all over the place — and we’re not doing anything about it.”…

    O’Reilly asked Trump whether there is a Muslim problem in the world.

    “Absolutely, absolutely — I don’t notice Swedish people knocking down the World Trade Center,” Trump said. “I came out very strongly against the mosque being built virtually across the street.
    “The fact is, it was so insensitive when they announced the mosque in that location,” he said. “Don’t forget, that’s my territory — Manhattan. When they announced the mosque in that location, I couldn’t believe it.”

    Trump said although there is a world Muslim problem, it does not reflect on all Muslims.

    “And that’s the sad part about life, because you have fabulous Muslims — I know many Muslims, and they are fabulous people, they’re smart, they’re industrious,” he said. “Unfortunately, at this moment in time, there is a Muslim problem in the world.”

    http://www.newsmax.com/InsideCover/donald-trump-muslim-problem/2011/03/30/id/391238/

  122. iStevefan says:
    @Massimo Heitor
    @German_reader


    "No, I don’t think this will really change much…mainstream media have now covered this story (they pretty much had no other choice), but eventually the standard script will kick in “Only a small minority of asylum seekers do things like that, we mustn’t let right-wingers exploit this, we must now double our efforts at integrating the refugees”. The powers that be and the “good” people will never admit they’ve been wrong."
     
    One incident won't change global perception, but as these incidents become more prevalent, patterns emerge that are obvious to even casual observers, the current "standard script" will be increasingly ridiculous and be discarded. Global perception is in constant change and the current "standard script" might seem invincible or it might be on its last legs.

    Replies: @iStevefan

    One incident won’t change global perception, but as these incidents become more prevalent, patterns emerge that are obvious to even casual observers, the current “standard script” will be increasingly ridiculous and be discarded. Global perception is in constant change and the current “standard script” might seem invincible or it might be on its last legs.

    The problem is how long do we have to wait until ‘they get it’? As others pointed out Enoch Powell was predicting this stuff almost fifty years ago, but they didn’t listen. Worse they not only didn’t listen, they censured him. Ditto for Pat Buchanan since around 1990.

    Had we listened to those guys then, we might have been able to do something about it. Now the problem has only gotten worse and dead-enders of this failed ideology double down and try ignore what is happening. It’s great more and more people are seeing the light. But each and every day more and more non-Europeans are streaming into Europe and North America.

    At this rate we’ll only get enough converts AFTER it is way too late to do anything about it.

    • Replies: @Massimo Heitor
    @iStevefan


    "The problem is how long do we have to wait until ‘they get it’?"
     

    "At this rate we’ll only get enough converts AFTER it is way too late to do anything about it."
     
    Have enough kids. As long as there's a demographic population still alive and surviving they can reorganize and rebuild and it's not too late. Germans may be pushed out of Germany but as long as there are enough still alive to group together, they can establish somewhere.

    Replies: @Friedrich

  123. @PiltdownMan
    Lara Logan of CBS News was attacked in the same way in a similar celebratory moment in Cairo's Tahrir Square in the moments after Hosni Mubarak announced he was stepping down. It seems to be a thing.

    She gave an all details interview to CBS News and the NYT a few months later. She still struggles with major health problems arising from the assault five years ago.

    http://www.cbsnews.com/news/lara-logan-breaks-silence-on-cairo-assault/

    Replies: @Daniel H

    Apparently Logan was digitally raped, and the physical damage done to her reproductive organs was significant. It takes a sub-human to do that to a woman, and yet they are legion.

  124. These attacks are nothing that a few well orchestrated Slut Walks won’t clear up.

    • Replies: @gruff
    @Clifford Brown

    Brilliant!

  125. German_reader says:
    @Hannah Katz
    I can understand Obama wanting to import lots of Latinos, Hatians, etc. as he can eventually count on most of them voting Democrat.

    But can Merkel really think a bunch of angry Muslim men will ever vote for her party, the Christian Democrats? These mad dogs are not just bad for Germany, they are bad for her party. Dumb...

    Replies: @German_reader, @anon

    Probably true, but the Christian Democrats have been trying outreach to immigrant groups for some time. At one point the Christian Democrats in North-Rhine-Westphalia (where Cologne is) actually had a problem with infiltration by Turkish-Germans who were members of the Grey wolves and similiar outfits and wanted to join German parties to further their agenda…

  126. @Jeff Burton
    Feminist Susan Brownmiller’s 1975 suggestion that sexual assault can be viewed as a political crime makes a fair amount of sense.

    This must be Steve's version of a Triple Bank Shot (tm), because actually, no it does not make any sense at all.

    Replies: @International Jew, @Erik Sieven, @2Mintzin1, @yaqub the mad scientist

    Agree. Rape, like any other crime, can be used for political purposes (e.g., subjugation of a conquered people, terrorism), but it is not a political act in the sense that that loon Brownmiller intended. She probably spent too much time reading “Soul On Ice” in college.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @2Mintzin1

    "She probably spent too much time reading “Soul On Ice” in college."

    Brownmiller told People magazine in 1975 that the Left glorifying black-on-white rape via "Soul on Ice" was a contributor to the rape problem that had gotten worse over the previous decade.

    Brownmiller deserves a reassessment. A lot of what she was responding to was the big increase in violent crime, including rape, in the 1960s and 1970s and a fair amount of her advice was practical to prevent women from becoming crime victims: e.g., get a heavy chain on your door, don't open it to strange men knocking on your door, etc.

    Replies: @anon

  127. @szopen
    @International Jew

    I am Polish and I hate to say it, but Poland had higher crime rate than old Europe decades ago before the immigration. While right now I would say it's safer here overall, this is not an oasis - people get beaten (especially if they are dark-skinned, but perfectly European look won't always save you) and robbed.

    Replies: @AshTon

    There’s a very large element of narcissism in pro-Immigration attitudes. The idea is that all these millions of people from abroad are “just like us”. For the Scandinavians and Germans, with their well-run societies, this means they think everyone is civic-minded, hard-working, and well-behaved. The rougher and tougher areas of Europe have a more realistic attitude towards immigrants, because in many respects they share a similar mentality. That’s why eastern Europe has not opened its arms like Germany and Scandinavia.

    • Agree: Jim Don Bob
  128. @Anonymous
    Consider the ubiquity and saturation availability of hard core pornography on smart phones and tablets - which even the most scurvy of these 'migrants' all seem to have.
    San Fernando's biggest industry, of course, features women, overwhelmingly white women, seemingly doing all sorts of unspeakable things at the merest 'drop of a hat' or should I say drop of a wad (cash of course).

    Now, consider yer typical Magrehbi sex-starved, burka-teased, scurvy punter.
    He's just entered porn-hub paradise.
    The only trouble is that real, rather than fabled, white tarts keep their drawers on.

    Replies: @neutral

    I have no doubt that a lot of those 3rd world migrants have access to hard porn on their smartphones, but even those with IQs lower than 80 would be aware that its not a true reflection of reality.

    What is really driving them to do this is the other stuff they can access on their smartphones, stories about how in Europe you face no real punishment for crimes committed, stories about how the government generally uses its police to protect migrants over the locals and stories about how wimpish the men are in protecting their women. Unlike the porn, these views of Europe are very real and the migrants know it and they know that nobody will really stand in their way. These views are not coming on obscure sites, a migrant viewing something like BBC or any other standard mainstream outlet or the standard PC speak from a politician will very quickly realize just how easy it is for them to get away with things.

    • Replies: @PiltdownMan
    @neutral

    "...but even those with IQs lower than 80 would be aware that its not a true reflection of reality. "

    Being somewhat acquainted with the mindset of the notorious male street culture of New Delhi, India, where "eve-teasing" is rampant, all actual white women are indeed seen to be behaviorally identical in reality to their XXX depictions.

    This bizarre notion took off in the late 1960s when word of the Western sexual revolution reached those distant parts, along with busloads-tens of thousands-of hippies on the overland trail from Europe, eager to demonstrate the rumored shedding of inhibition in the fleabag hotels of Delhi and on the beaches of Goa.

    India, lightly policed and prudish by Victorian standards, gawped at the new arrivals in stunned silence.

    Sex, available only after arranged marriage, seemed very, very close indeed, whenever a white female tourist walked by, to these young, not entirely employable, Indian men of the city streets, usually living away from the strictures of rural life and their own rigid family and social heirarchies.

    Since then, it appears to have become unshakable belief.

    Goa, then:

    http://www.french75salvage.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/hippiebeach11-930x695.jpg

    Replies: @PiltdownMan

  129. @sutton
    I've asked before, but isn't there a German Deep State left? The old "von" families. Prussians? Or did the occupation destroy/subvert them all?

    Replies: @syonredux, @WhatEvvs

    I’ve asked before, but isn’t there a German Deep State left? The old “von” families. Prussians? Or did the occupation destroy/subvert them all?

    One might as well ask “what happened to the old WASP elite, the American-Americans?”:

    THE GOOD SHEPHERD

    Joseph Palmi: Let me ask you something… we Italians, we got our families, and we got the church; the Irish, they have the homeland, Jews their tradition; even the n******, they got their music. What about you people, Mr. Wilson, what do you have?

    Edward Wilson: The United States of America. The rest of you are just visiting.

  130. There are lots and lots of stupid white people on this planet. With a few very intelligent ones.

  131. Of all the things to be upset with the Nazis for – and there are many – foremost is that they made it impossible to think and talk clearly about race and culture and genetics.

    • Replies: @ben tillman
    @Necaviar


    Of all the things to be upset with the Nazis for – and there are many – foremost is that they made it impossible to think and talk clearly about race and culture and genetics.
     
    They did no such thing. To the contrary, it is the people who tell us what lessons we should learn from the Nazi episode who have made it impossible to think and talk clearly about race and culture and genetics.

    Replies: @Necaviar

  132. Unless the causative factors behind this PC lunacy are clearly explained, it’ll be impossible to effectively counter it. Here is my attempt to do so.

    As I see it, the West is suffering from a condition I’ll call empathobesity.

    For a long time, an egalitarian, empathetic impulse was an asset in the West as it created an ever expanding educated and productive class of citizens by expanding political franchise from monarchs to lords to wealthy commoners to middle class men to all men to all adults, followed by welfare and universal healthcare etc.
    To illustrate using the example of England, starting with the Magna Carta in 1215, we have the English civil war in 1642, the glorious revolution in 1688, Habeas Corpus, the reform acts of the 19th century, the representation of the people acts of the early 20th, feminism, Welfare, the sexual revolution, mass migration, gay rights, animal rights, transgender rights and so on.

    Initially these steps have had a positive payoff as they expanded the class of educated people able to undertake scientific and industrial progress. This is why the scientific and industrial revolutions occurred in England where also we see the first diffusion of political power with the Magna Carta in 1215.

    Over time, this empathetic, egalitarianist impulse has calcified into a dogma. Probably in the early to mid 20th century, this dogma has run into diminishing and even negative returns.

    Thus, the extension of empathy to adherents of a hostile religion is likely to be a major drag, not gain, a point well proven by this incident. The mass importation of low skilled illegal immigrants will not enhance the economic welfare of the recipient nation.

    The feminist movement initially increased the pool of educated workers, but by eschewing reproduction, have condemned the West to declining human and financial resources just as the mass of poorly educated and integrated aliens, especially in Europe, starts to spike.

    Yet, like an obese person compelled by instinct to eat in excess, the West cannot shake off its pathological empathy (hence empathobesity).

    I’ve made this argument in more detail at tarkmarg.blogspot.com. Please have a look and see if you find it convincing.

    • Replies: @ben tillman
    @Tark Marg


    ong time, an egalitarian, empathetic impulse was an asset in the West as it created an ever expanding educated and productive class of citizens by expanding political franchise from monarchs to lords to wealthy commoners to middle class men to all men to all adults, followed by welfare and universal healthcare etc.
    To illustrate using the example of England, starting with the Magna Carta in 1215, we have the English civil war in 1642, the glorious revolution in 1688....
     
    I think you've derailed your narrative. The Regicide and the Glorious Revolution were plutocratic endeavors. The movers and shakers behind those events weren't yielding to any sort of empathetic impulse.

    Replies: @Tark Marg

    , @anon
    @Tark Marg


    For a long time, an egalitarian, empathetic impulse was an asset in the West...
     
    I think that's the gist of it and over time that impulse would have extended to an anti (unfounded) racism however that impulse was explicitly redirected into an all encompassing anti-racism by the electronic media who filtered the facts of the matter to create the desired end result i.e. censorship of anti-white racism combined with a magnification of white racism.

    The result is the current PC religion based on and driven by a completely falsified set of data.
    , @Citizen of a Silly Country
    @Tark Marg

    I agree with Ben, but I still think that your overall theory has a lot of merit. Well done.

    I also believe that NW Europeans evolved to favor certain traits - empathy and non-tribalism in particular - from around 1000 to, well, quite recently. I think that this allowed them to work together on a scale that tribal societies simply couldn't match. You combine that ability to work in very large organizations with the technological advances of Europe over that time, and you get one kick-ass force.

    Starting around 1500, this potent combination hit on a global scale. NW Europeans ran rough shod over the Earth for nearly 500 years. What a run. However, the moral underpinnings started to erode as the Enlightenment moved toward natural rights and universal rights. That slow moral decline was vastly accelerated with the Great White Civil War (WWI and WWII), which made many white intellectuals question their society and people.

    So, you have whites already faltering when technology allows for mass communication and easy travel. Our biological evolution and moral code (universal rights) left (and leave) us wide open to being inundated by the the Third World hordes. The vast majority of whites simply have no psychological defense, especially when our media and academia is controlled by a combination of a bitter outside tribe and the most empathetic of whites.

    As the Derb says, We are doomed!

    However, I have to believe that some white will make it through all of this. Of course, those whites will be different, far less empathetic and much more tribal. Evolution at work.

    Replies: @JEGG, @Tark Marg

  133. @Jeff Burton
    Feminist Susan Brownmiller’s 1975 suggestion that sexual assault can be viewed as a political crime makes a fair amount of sense.

    This must be Steve's version of a Triple Bank Shot (tm), because actually, no it does not make any sense at all.

    Replies: @International Jew, @Erik Sieven, @2Mintzin1, @yaqub the mad scientist

    It doesn’t get more political than an invading force taking a country’s women at will. Triple bank shot my ass, that’s a brutal slam dunk. What planet are you on?

  134. I was in the train in Europe end of August on my way to go clubbing and ride the cock carousel.

    And there were these three girls…natural blondes…already somewhat drunk sitting in the middle of the train car in front of me.

    Over the next ten minutes I watched as every black and Arab 20something/teen male came and surrounded those 3 girls.

    It was like watching a pack of hyenas. It was insane and I kept looking at all the people in my train car like “ARE YOU GUYS WATCHING THIS?” and those IDIOTS were totally in the dark over what was going on in the train car in front of us.

    When I got off, those girls were surrounded by at least a dozen men on the low count. With one Arab male sitting directly beside the girls and another Arab male draped over the seat staring at them.

    My question is how did all these black/muslims coordinate their movement around the train as they came from both sides and at different times over the course of a 15-30 minute train ride?

    What else did I see…

    I just would walk in the woods occasionally and walk past a Black Black guy who didn’t look like he belonged in the woods. Stuff like that.

    On Sundays though when all the white people were at home…the only people who would be walking around the closed shops would be Muslims. That was troubling.

    Oh another story…

    I was at a train station trying to start conversations with random men to practice my Game…when…

    Some black chick…in a Multicultural group of Hispanic/Asian/Black (ahahah Asians aren’t your friends people!) was drunk and screaming in the language something along the lines of ‘You guys think you are an Elite Species!!’ to some teenage white kid

    Every white woman, old and young on that train platform stood behind that white kid in solidarity.

    I was impressed by my fellow blue eyed females.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @JLoHo

    @JHoLo,
    Appreciate your comment. All of it. I'm 63 and married 35 years, so can't join the carousel. But nice to read your comment.

  135. Typical rapes (especially those involving acquaintances) aren’t generally political crimes. But interethnic stranger rape, especially when committed by gangs, often is.

    Back in the 1960s, Black Panther Eldridge Cleaver famously justified his rapes of white women as “an insurrectionary act”. I don’t remember if Brownmiller specifically mentioned this, but she probably had it and other similar incidents in mind when she defined rape as a political crime. Of course, to focus too strongly on the role of African-Americans in rape would have resulted in banishment from polite society, so it was easier for Brownmiller and her followers to pretend that all the rapes were being done by powerful white men motivated by white male privilege.

    More broadly, we know that almost every documented military invasion in history has been accompanied by large numbers of sexual assaults by the victorious soldiers against the conquered civilian population. The modern West has tried (not always successfully) to stop this, but virtually every other society in history took it for granted and considered it a part of the spoils of war. It doesn’t take much of a stretch to interpret these assaults as political acts, at least in part.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @JDG1980

    Here's an excerpt from an interview Susan Brownmiller gave People magazine in 1975:

    Q. What were some of your major misconceptions?

    A. "Those of anyone growing up in the liberal New York City milieu. To me, rape was a screaming vindictive white woman and a framed black man. I had no sympathy or identification with rape victims. It was all the fault of women who led men on.

    Q. What do statistics show?

    A. "That most rape is black on black, that it is basically an intraclass, intraracial crime because of opportunity. But there is a definite rise in the percentage of interracial rape. "

    Q. Why is it increasing?

    A. "It's part and parcel of increasing violence rather than sex, partly because the criminal population is rising and becoming more adventurous. I think writers like Eldridge Cleaver and Franz Fanon, who tried to give rape an ideological justification, didn't help. They tried to justify interracial rape as some sort of political act. It's typical of the left to make a convicted rapist a hero."

    http://www.people.com/people/archive/article/0,,20065841,00.html

    Replies: @anon, @Yngvar, @Clyde

  136. @2Mintzin1
    @Jeff Burton

    Agree. Rape, like any other crime, can be used for political purposes (e.g., subjugation of a conquered people, terrorism), but it is not a political act in the sense that that loon Brownmiller intended. She probably spent too much time reading "Soul On Ice" in college.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer

    “She probably spent too much time reading “Soul On Ice” in college.”

    Brownmiller told People magazine in 1975 that the Left glorifying black-on-white rape via “Soul on Ice” was a contributor to the rape problem that had gotten worse over the previous decade.

    Brownmiller deserves a reassessment. A lot of what she was responding to was the big increase in violent crime, including rape, in the 1960s and 1970s and a fair amount of her advice was practical to prevent women from becoming crime victims: e.g., get a heavy chain on your door, don’t open it to strange men knocking on your door, etc.

    • Replies: @anon
    @Steve Sailer

    The internal "Great Migration" in the US ought to have followed the same pattern as international blue-collar migration has had in Europe...

    disproportionately young male at first and concentrated in certain areas at a time leading to...

    - violent competition over females
    - gang violence
    - sexual violence
    - forced prostitution

  137. AmericanaCON [AKA "BostonianConservative"] says:
    @Jefferson
    "The scale of the attacks on women at the city’s central train station has shocked Germany. About 1,000 drunk and aggressive young men were involved."

    Why are Muslim men getting drunk? The koran prohibits alcohol consumption.

    " Most of the crimes reported to police were robberies."

    Robbing women of their purses and wallets. These Arab Muslim men are behaving like a bunch of Roma Gypsies.

    These Arab Muslim men harassing and robbing White German women are the next Steve Jobs according to the Leftist invite the world elites.

    Replies: @tbraton, @Clyde, @AmericanaCON

    Muslims tend to use alcohol, tobacco and drugs. It is fairly easy to find in all Muslim countries. A handful of Muslim countries (Saudi Arabia and Iran) have a total ban. Iran allow non-Muslims (under certain conditions) to use alcohol for private consumptions and religious rites. However, it is very easy to find alcohol and drugs in Iran and Saudi Arabia tend to look the other way if it’s consumed in private.

    We are often told by MSM that Muslims are modest, conservative and do not drink. The truth is that they have no higher morals than westerners when it comes to cheating, drinking, using drugs and act outrageously. Muslim women tend to be more conservative wearing a veil – often it depends on which country she comes from and what social statues she has. European Muslim women from Albania and former Yugoslavia tend not wear a veil. Muslims are in general from third world countries and they bring the same problem as non-Muslim from third world countries. A growing concern is Albanian (Muslim) prostitutes – working in Vienna, Berlin, Amsterdam and Rome.

    It is a growing concern in Europe with Muslim men seeing non-veiled women as prostitutes. Among Muslims a veiled woman is a protected woman and so she cannot be touched. As most Muslim migrants are men there is an acute shortage of Muslim women and their difficulty to find employment make it difficult to them to find a wife. Indigenous white women are therefore often sexual targets. In many these women are young, naïve and do not understand that these Muslim men do not understand western social codes.

    It does not make it easier than the liberal elites of Western Europe encourage unreasonable behaviour among migrant groups and tell them that their white indigenous people of Europe are “racists” and therefore a morally legit target. Here in Untied States police is actually there to protect citizens from criminals and not to spree “peace, love and understanding”. US police enjoy very much respect among the general population although most people are rightfully critical of them when they use too much force. The far-left and the ghastly ignorant liberals in Washington DC seem to hate them and try to make them just as weak as the police in Europe. Trump is sort of a mainstream candidate in United States and his first Ad looks like this;

    Europe is just too far-out to the left and I think will backfire and allow the violent far-right to grow rapidly which will hurt innocent Muslims.

  138. @iStevefan
    @Massimo Heitor


    One incident won’t change global perception, but as these incidents become more prevalent, patterns emerge that are obvious to even casual observers, the current “standard script” will be increasingly ridiculous and be discarded. Global perception is in constant change and the current “standard script” might seem invincible or it might be on its last legs.
     
    The problem is how long do we have to wait until 'they get it'? As others pointed out Enoch Powell was predicting this stuff almost fifty years ago, but they didn't listen. Worse they not only didn't listen, they censured him. Ditto for Pat Buchanan since around 1990.

    Had we listened to those guys then, we might have been able to do something about it. Now the problem has only gotten worse and dead-enders of this failed ideology double down and try ignore what is happening. It's great more and more people are seeing the light. But each and every day more and more non-Europeans are streaming into Europe and North America.

    At this rate we'll only get enough converts AFTER it is way too late to do anything about it.

    Replies: @Massimo Heitor

    “The problem is how long do we have to wait until ‘they get it’?”

    “At this rate we’ll only get enough converts AFTER it is way too late to do anything about it.”

    Have enough kids. As long as there’s a demographic population still alive and surviving they can reorganize and rebuild and it’s not too late. Germans may be pushed out of Germany but as long as there are enough still alive to group together, they can establish somewhere.

    • Replies: @Friedrich
    @Massimo Heitor

    "Somewhere"? I am certainly not going to leave Germany. Europe is still 1st choice for culturally sensitive people.

    Why not apply force to get them to leave? Or pay all this uneducated low-IQ, low ability 3rd world scum to leave? Why should we watch thousands of years of civilization getting destroyed by retards?

    Kant and Goethe are turning in their graves.

    Replies: @Massimo Heitor

  139. @JDG1980
    Typical rapes (especially those involving acquaintances) aren't generally political crimes. But interethnic stranger rape, especially when committed by gangs, often is.

    Back in the 1960s, Black Panther Eldridge Cleaver famously justified his rapes of white women as "an insurrectionary act". I don't remember if Brownmiller specifically mentioned this, but she probably had it and other similar incidents in mind when she defined rape as a political crime. Of course, to focus too strongly on the role of African-Americans in rape would have resulted in banishment from polite society, so it was easier for Brownmiller and her followers to pretend that all the rapes were being done by powerful white men motivated by white male privilege.

    More broadly, we know that almost every documented military invasion in history has been accompanied by large numbers of sexual assaults by the victorious soldiers against the conquered civilian population. The modern West has tried (not always successfully) to stop this, but virtually every other society in history took it for granted and considered it a part of the spoils of war. It doesn't take much of a stretch to interpret these assaults as political acts, at least in part.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer

    Here’s an excerpt from an interview Susan Brownmiller gave People magazine in 1975:

    Q. What were some of your major misconceptions?

    A. “Those of anyone growing up in the liberal New York City milieu. To me, rape was a screaming vindictive white woman and a framed black man. I had no sympathy or identification with rape victims. It was all the fault of women who led men on.

    Q. What do statistics show?

    A. “That most rape is black on black, that it is basically an intraclass, intraracial crime because of opportunity. But there is a definite rise in the percentage of interracial rape. ”

    Q. Why is it increasing?

    A. “It’s part and parcel of increasing violence rather than sex, partly because the criminal population is rising and becoming more adventurous. I think writers like Eldridge Cleaver and Franz Fanon, who tried to give rape an ideological justification, didn’t help. They tried to justify interracial rape as some sort of political act. It’s typical of the left to make a convicted rapist a hero.”

    http://www.people.com/people/archive/article/0,,20065841,00.html

    • Replies: @anon
    @Steve Sailer


    That most rape is black on black
     
    Quite. The biggest single victim group of the inner city black gang culture are 14 year old black girls.

    The media won't report it because it messes up their anti-white narrative.

    Replies: @Corvinus

    , @Yngvar
    @Steve Sailer

    «In the book, Cleaver admitted to raping black girls as a "practice run" before seeking white women as prey.» (Wiki)

    So it wasn't about sex. Some enterprising journalist really should wallraff the immigrant sub-cultures to help us figure out what's going on.

    , @Clyde
    @Steve Sailer

    http://www.people.com/people/archive/article/0,,20065841,00.html
    Very perceptive from 40 years ago. I would call this a refreshingly accurate honest feminist perspective on rape. Today's feminists are deranged monsters compared to Susan Brownmiller

    Replies: @PiltdownMan

  140. The female mayor of Cologne is going to announce new rules of behaviour for women, so this type of incident doesn’t repeat.

    http://www.welt.de/politik/deutschland/article150662120/Oberbuergermeisterin-legt-Frauen-Verhaltensregeln-nahe.html#disqus_thread

  141. Youtube has a few good videos of combat in Cologne during March of 1945. I’ve linked to one video of an American M-26 Pershing tank dueling with a German Panther tank in the vicinity of the Cathedral.

  142. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @Corvinus
    It’s the young single immigrant underclass men who just happen to be Muslim who are employing Roissy-esque techniques to get some trim.

    Why? Muslims are born and raised in a patriarchal society—where some conservative whites desire a return those “glory” days—by which women are considered to be chattel, stupid.

    Muslims and Christians are related in that way--keep women where they should be, right?

    To paraphrase Roissy, why be a sucker at marriage and raising kids when you can suck out the lifeblood of being single and chasin’ skirts? And to paraphrase Jim at Jim’s blog, there is no such thing as marital rape.

    Jefferson—“Why are Muslim men getting drunk? The koran prohibits alcohol consumption.”

    Because they do not strictly practice Islam. It’s not an uncommon experience for single, out of work men to search for other ways to satiate their desires for masculinizing behavior, whether it be buying a truck, pumping iron, or aggressively gaming chicks. Again, it’s the Roissy lifestyle!

    “These Arab Muslim men are behaving like a bunch of Roma Gypsies.”

    Corrected for accuracy —> These Muslim men are behaving like any member, regardless of race or ethnicity, of the criminal underclass.

    German_reader—“Any serious country would round them up (and rough them up in the process) and deport them. Instead they’re allowed to stay for years, game the system and commit crimes with a (to a large degree justified) feeling of impunity.”



    Can’t say I disagree.

    Flinders Petrie—“Germany is now a virtual petri dish of intersecting systems of oppression and discrimination; a synergistic blending of sexism, Islamophobia, bigotry, homophobia, and racism.”

    You forgot to add “white privilege” and “Zionism”. You must be new here.

    Radical Centrist—“On one thing, almost all economists agree: In the long term, the refugee crisis ought to be unambiguously positive for the European economy. Over time, the new arrivals should play an important role in addressing Europe’s alarming demographic trends, improving the ratio of workers to those who are economically inactive, a ratio that is falling in many countries.”

    How did Carnegie and Rockefeller and Gould and Frick fare with immigrants at their disposal? How the United States become a global economic power by 1900?

    Big Bill—“Groups of young horny Puerto Rican men milling around in Central Park started groping girls and tearing their clothes off.”

    Roissy would characterize this behavior as being alpha-eseque. You really need to get with the program.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Daniel Williams, @The Albino Sasquatch, @ben tillman

    Why? Muslims are born and raised in a patriarchal society—where some conservative whites desire a return those “glory” days—by which women are considered to be chattel, stupid.

    Muslims and Christians are related in that way–keep women where they should be, right?

    English writer G.K. Chesterton believed that the rise of chivalry, starting in the early Middle Ages, came with the veneration of the Virgin Mary. The protection of women, motherhood and the veneration of the Virgin Mary go hand-in-hand. The rise of chivalry spurred the rise of Western civilization itself, which fought against barbarians who didn’t have the same respect for women.

    I found part of this argument in Chesterton’s A Short History of England:

    Chivalry might be called the baptism of Feudalism. It was an attempt to bring the justice and even the logic of the Catholic creed into a military system which already existed; to turn its discipline into an initiation and its inequalities into a hierarchy. To the comparative grace of the new period belongs, of course, that considerable cultus of the dignity of woman, to which the word “chivalry” is often narrowed, or perhaps exalted. This also was a revolt against one of the worst gaps in the more polished civilization of the Saracens. Moslems denied even souls to women; perhaps from the same instinct which recoiled from the sacred birth, with its inevitable glorification of the mother; perhaps merely because, having originally had tents rather than houses, they had slaves rather than housewives. It is false to say that the chivalric view of women was merely an affectation, except in the sense in which there must always be an affectation where there is an ideal. It is the worst sort of superficiality not to see the pressure of a general sentiment merely because it is always broken up by events; the Crusade itself, for example, is more present and potent as a dream even than as a reality. From the first Plantagenet to the last Lancastrian it haunts the minds of English kings, giving as a background to their battles a mirage of Palestine. So a devotion like that of Edward I. to his queen was quite a real motive in the lives of multitudes of his contemporaries. When crowds of enlightened tourists, setting forth to sneer at the superstitions of the continent, are taking tickets and labelling luggage at the large railway station at the west end of the Strand, I do not know whether they all speak to their wives with a more flowing courtesy than their fathers in Edward’s time, or whether they pause to meditate on the legend of a husband’s sorrow, to be found in the very name of Charing Cross.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @Anonymous

    The great art critic Lord Kenneth Clark saw the same thing as Chesterton. After 1000 AD, Europeans started making large numbers of sculptures and paintings of the Virgin Mary. The rise in regard for Mary was a key aspect of the shift from the Dark Ages to the Middle Ages.

    Replies: @Dave Pinsen, @Corvinus

    , @Corvinus
    @Anonymous

    "The rise of chivalry spurred the rise of Western civilization itself, which fought against barbarians who didn’t have the same respect for women."

    You're going to have to be clearer as far as who are these "barbarians" and how you define "respect for women". Vikings, for example, were considered barbaric, I suppose, but the menfolk granted their women tremendous freedom compared to other European societies of that era. Women managed the finances of the family, ran the farm in their husband's absence. If widowed, they (gasp) could own land and control wealth. Would these actions from your point of view be "disrespectful"?

    Regarding chivalry, historian Jean Charles Leonard de Sismondi responds, "The more closely we look into history, the more clearly shall we perceive that the system of chivalry is an invention almost entirely poetical. It is impossible to distinguish the countries in which it is said to have prevailed. It is always represented as distant from us both in time and place, and whilst the contemporary historians give us a clear, detailed, and complete account of the vices of the court and the great, of the ferocity or corruption of the nobles, and of the servility of the people, we are astonished to find the poets, after a long lapse of time, adorning the very same ages with the most splendid fictions of grace, virtue, and loyalty. The Romance writers of the twelfth century placed the age of chivalry in the time of Charlemagne. The period when these writers existed, is the time pointed out by Francis I. At the present day [about 1810], we imagine we can still see chivalry flourishing in the persons of Du Guesclin and Bayard, under Charles V and Francis I. But when we come to examine either the one period or the other, although we find in each some heroic spirits, we are forced to confess that it is necessary to antedate the age of chivalry, at least three or four centuries before any period of authentic history."

    I also question whether European "chivalry" entailed men jackbooting the children of their sworn enemies, most notably during the Crusades and during the Age of Exploration.

  143. @Anonymous
    @anon

    Ironically, Italy, which stupidly followed Germany into war for reasons of 'national glory', but only got national disgrace, suffered mass rape of literally thousands of Italian women by Moroccans in French employ.
    The f*cking stupid Italians now import Moroccans by the million.
    Germany f*cked them over then - they turned Italy into a battle ground, a prolonged, destructive, gut wrenching battle ground.
    Now Germany is being, literally, f*cked over by some rather nasty, priapic Moroccans, and the current Fuhrerlein is protecting them.

    I simply cannot get over the dumbness of white people. Or the evil of The Economist.

    Replies: @cybele, @oh its just me, @syonredux, @Anonymous, @German_reader

    Yes – see the Academy Award winning film Two Women starring Sophia Loren

  144. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    NEWSFLASH– It wasn’t just Cologne.

    I spent New Year’s eve in Munich with my two (blonde, American) college age daughters. We found a place away from the center for a late dinner and about 11:30 the three of us started making our way to the main square, Marienplatz, to witness the celebration. As we got closer, the volume of fireworks going off increased dramatically (earlier in the day, I noticed in a supermarket a large food case filled with all manner of rockets and firecrackers for sale).The street leading into Marienplatz became increasingly clogged with people, some setting off fireworks, others watching. In the spirit of adventure, we decided to brave the crowds and shoulder through into the square, especially as our hotel lay on the opposite side.

    Once fully in the square, I noticed that there were very few Germans there. Those that were remained on the periphery, watching. Instead, the entire square was filled with thousands of what were obviously young Middle Eastern males. I don’t know where they all materialized from as they were very little in evidence on the city streets in the days preceding, nor were they visible at the Christmas markets.

    It was absolute pandemonium in the square with rockets going off in all directions, bouncing off buildings, caroming off the pavement. A couple of guys were holding their faces where they had been hit by ordnance. It seemed too late to turn back once we were inside, so we clung to the edge of the square and shouldered and elbowed our way through, dodging explosives all the way.

    Almost immediately, both my daughters complained of being groped by unseen hands. It was so crowded, it was impossible for me to see anyone specifically doing anything, especially as I was concentrating on just getting us through without being hit by a rocket (although one guy–looked Kazhaki– did approach me and asked my permission to kiss my daughter!). After that, I took the hand of my younger daughter, pulling her along, bulldozing through. The other one was a bit ahead. By the time we got to the other side and found a small space to pause, both girls told me they had been grabbed and groped numerous times. Butt and breasts grabbed, hair pulled, rude comments… it was an unrestrained testosterone gauntlet. I couldn’t say whether many of these swarthy Mideast miscreants were drunk (after all they are Muslim), but a few obviously were. This was really unexpected.

    I saw no police presence in the square at all, but that could have been because a terrorist bomb threat had just come in and they were in the process of closing Munich’s main train station (and one other). I suspect similarly unpleasant situations occurred in the crowded squares of many German (and probably Swedish) cities on December 31 that went unreported.

    Incidentally, I am now in Berlin and you would never know they have an immigrant problem in Germany. Ethnically, it’s as homogenous here as small town America circa 1957. That’s why so many Germans are in denial or supportive of Merkel’s welcome policy. They have not been affected in the least. Not yet.

    • Agree: Pseudonymic Handle
    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @Anonymous

    If refugees start demanding that gun control laws in Germany be eased so prevent discrimination against their vibrant custom of firing AK-47s in the air to celebrate, the NYT editorial board's collective brain will melt.

    Replies: @Felix.

    , @Citizen of a Silly Country
    @Anonymous

    Check out Kreuzberg or Moabit. Plenty of Turks in those parts.

    , @German_reader
    @Anonymous

    Interesting, I read some reader's comment on a German website that also said there was such stuff going on in Munich. This may be worse than I had thought.

    Replies: @Kylie

  145. @Anonymous
    @Corvinus


    Why? Muslims are born and raised in a patriarchal society—where some conservative whites desire a return those “glory” days—by which women are considered to be chattel, stupid.

    Muslims and Christians are related in that way–keep women where they should be, right?

     

    English writer G.K. Chesterton believed that the rise of chivalry, starting in the early Middle Ages, came with the veneration of the Virgin Mary. The protection of women, motherhood and the veneration of the Virgin Mary go hand-in-hand. The rise of chivalry spurred the rise of Western civilization itself, which fought against barbarians who didn’t have the same respect for women.

    I found part of this argument in Chesterton’s A Short History of England:

    Chivalry might be called the baptism of Feudalism. It was an attempt to bring the justice and even the logic of the Catholic creed into a military system which already existed; to turn its discipline into an initiation and its inequalities into a hierarchy. To the comparative grace of the new period belongs, of course, that considerable cultus of the dignity of woman, to which the word “chivalry” is often narrowed, or perhaps exalted. This also was a revolt against one of the worst gaps in the more polished civilization of the Saracens. Moslems denied even souls to women; perhaps from the same instinct which recoiled from the sacred birth, with its inevitable glorification of the mother; perhaps merely because, having originally had tents rather than houses, they had slaves rather than housewives. It is false to say that the chivalric view of women was merely an affectation, except in the sense in which there must always be an affectation where there is an ideal. It is the worst sort of superficiality not to see the pressure of a general sentiment merely because it is always broken up by events; the Crusade itself, for example, is more present and potent as a dream even than as a reality. From the first Plantagenet to the last Lancastrian it haunts the minds of English kings, giving as a background to their battles a mirage of Palestine. So a devotion like that of Edward I. to his queen was quite a real motive in the lives of multitudes of his contemporaries. When crowds of enlightened tourists, setting forth to sneer at the superstitions of the continent, are taking tickets and labelling luggage at the large railway station at the west end of the Strand, I do not know whether they all speak to their wives with a more flowing courtesy than their fathers in Edward’s time, or whether they pause to meditate on the legend of a husband’s sorrow, to be found in the very name of Charing Cross.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Corvinus

    The great art critic Lord Kenneth Clark saw the same thing as Chesterton. After 1000 AD, Europeans started making large numbers of sculptures and paintings of the Virgin Mary. The rise in regard for Mary was a key aspect of the shift from the Dark Ages to the Middle Ages.

    • Replies: @Dave Pinsen
    @Steve Sailer

    That adds another layer to Francois's pilgrimage to the Black Madonna in Submission.

    , @Corvinus
    @Steve Sailer

    "The rise in regard for Mary was a key aspect of the shift from the Dark Ages to the Middle Ages."

    One of several aspects working in concert. The rise of towns and trade, a rapid rise in population, the development of merchant and craft guilds, and the power of the bourgeoisie. Things we learned in World History.

  146. @AndrewR
    @Flinders Petrie

    Rotherham showed that feminists would rather be raped by swarthy Muslims than be seen as racists.

    Replies: @James N. Kennett, @Citizen of a Silly Country, @anon

    Rotherham showed that feminists would rather be raped by swarthy Muslims than be seen as racists.

    The truth is that it was other women and girls who got raped, and feminists don’t give a shit about other women, except their immediate family and close friends.

    It takes my breath away every time I see the callous indifference of women to people outside their immediate circle. The feminist bleating is turned on only when there is the chance of extracting resources or power from their menfolk, or those of a higher social class. The perps in Rotherham had nothing the feminists wanted to take.

    • Agree: AndrewR
    • Replies: @Mishima Zaibatsu
    @James N. Kennett

    The point of feminism was never the welfare of women, it was always about tearing apart Western Civilisation to break down societal cohesion. Same with LGBT rights. It's right there in the Frankfurt School and the Bilderberg group and others have been doing their bit to further these goals.

    Replies: @Rob McX

  147. merkel was a communist party member as a youth.
    This is just a continuation of the NKVD ordered rape of german women after the fall of berlin.

  148. @Anonymous
    @anon

    Ironically, Italy, which stupidly followed Germany into war for reasons of 'national glory', but only got national disgrace, suffered mass rape of literally thousands of Italian women by Moroccans in French employ.
    The f*cking stupid Italians now import Moroccans by the million.
    Germany f*cked them over then - they turned Italy into a battle ground, a prolonged, destructive, gut wrenching battle ground.
    Now Germany is being, literally, f*cked over by some rather nasty, priapic Moroccans, and the current Fuhrerlein is protecting them.

    I simply cannot get over the dumbness of white people. Or the evil of The Economist.

    Replies: @cybele, @oh its just me, @syonredux, @Anonymous, @German_reader

    Or the evil of The Economist.

    Aren’t the Rothchild banks part owner?

  149. Remember, these women aren’t getting raped. They’re getting Merkelled.

  150. @Corvinus
    It’s the young single immigrant underclass men who just happen to be Muslim who are employing Roissy-esque techniques to get some trim.

    Why? Muslims are born and raised in a patriarchal society—where some conservative whites desire a return those “glory” days—by which women are considered to be chattel, stupid.

    Muslims and Christians are related in that way--keep women where they should be, right?

    To paraphrase Roissy, why be a sucker at marriage and raising kids when you can suck out the lifeblood of being single and chasin’ skirts? And to paraphrase Jim at Jim’s blog, there is no such thing as marital rape.

    Jefferson—“Why are Muslim men getting drunk? The koran prohibits alcohol consumption.”

    Because they do not strictly practice Islam. It’s not an uncommon experience for single, out of work men to search for other ways to satiate their desires for masculinizing behavior, whether it be buying a truck, pumping iron, or aggressively gaming chicks. Again, it’s the Roissy lifestyle!

    “These Arab Muslim men are behaving like a bunch of Roma Gypsies.”

    Corrected for accuracy —> These Muslim men are behaving like any member, regardless of race or ethnicity, of the criminal underclass.

    German_reader—“Any serious country would round them up (and rough them up in the process) and deport them. Instead they’re allowed to stay for years, game the system and commit crimes with a (to a large degree justified) feeling of impunity.”



    Can’t say I disagree.

    Flinders Petrie—“Germany is now a virtual petri dish of intersecting systems of oppression and discrimination; a synergistic blending of sexism, Islamophobia, bigotry, homophobia, and racism.”

    You forgot to add “white privilege” and “Zionism”. You must be new here.

    Radical Centrist—“On one thing, almost all economists agree: In the long term, the refugee crisis ought to be unambiguously positive for the European economy. Over time, the new arrivals should play an important role in addressing Europe’s alarming demographic trends, improving the ratio of workers to those who are economically inactive, a ratio that is falling in many countries.”

    How did Carnegie and Rockefeller and Gould and Frick fare with immigrants at their disposal? How the United States become a global economic power by 1900?

    Big Bill—“Groups of young horny Puerto Rican men milling around in Central Park started groping girls and tearing their clothes off.”

    Roissy would characterize this behavior as being alpha-eseque. You really need to get with the program.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Daniel Williams, @The Albino Sasquatch, @ben tillman

    … Roissy-esque techniques … To paraphrase Roissy… the Roissy lifestyle … Roissy would …

    You’ve got a Jan Brady thing happening here. Do you go to Chateau Heartiste to tell the world what Sailer says and thinks?

  151. @FactsAreImportant
    @Jefferson


    Jared Taylor believes that Black Lies Matter is a blessing in disguise in that the longer they exist to spew anti-White garbage, the more Right Wing Whites it creates in the process.
     
    True that.

    I'm convinced that BLM and Ferguson were why Republicans did surprisingly well in the last Congressional elections. Nobody openly discussed it, least of all leftist pundits, but BLM negatively influenced a lot of people.

    BLM is also helping swell the TrumpTide. Wouldn't surprise me if Trump is secretly funding them.

    BLM just won't stop. They keep charging headlong into the brick wall of reality over and over again -- new video was just released showing Tamir Rice pulling a gun on a police officer before he was shot, and there will be six more trials of the Freddie Gray officers stretching into the summer.

    Replies: @Jack D

    new video was just released showing Tamir Rice pulling a gun on a police officer

    Link please.

    Tamir might not have been the sharpest pencil in the drawer but what, even by ghetto logic, would the point be of pulling a toy gun on a cop?

    • Replies: @FactsAreImportant
    @Jack D


    Link please.

    Tamir might not have been the sharpest pencil in the drawer but what, even by ghetto logic, would the point be of pulling a toy gun on a cop?
     

    Google "tamir rice enhanced video"

    The enhanced video pretty clearly shows Tamir hiking up his right shoulder, pulling something out of his waistband with his right hand, and his left hand pulling up his sweater. The gun can also be seen (just barely) on the ground after he falls.

    I, personally don't know why he did it, but I also don't know why he paraded around on the street brandishing the gun for ten minutes before that.

  152. @Anonymous
    @anon

    Ironically, Italy, which stupidly followed Germany into war for reasons of 'national glory', but only got national disgrace, suffered mass rape of literally thousands of Italian women by Moroccans in French employ.
    The f*cking stupid Italians now import Moroccans by the million.
    Germany f*cked them over then - they turned Italy into a battle ground, a prolonged, destructive, gut wrenching battle ground.
    Now Germany is being, literally, f*cked over by some rather nasty, priapic Moroccans, and the current Fuhrerlein is protecting them.

    I simply cannot get over the dumbness of white people. Or the evil of The Economist.

    Replies: @cybele, @oh its just me, @syonredux, @Anonymous, @German_reader

    Marocchinate (pronounced [marokkiˈnate], Italian for “those given the Moroccan treatment” i.e. “women raped by Moroccans”) is a term applied to women who were victims of the mass rape and killings committed during World War II after the Battle of Monte Cassino in Italy. These were committed mainly by the Moroccan Goumiers, colonial troops of the French Expeditionary Corps (FEC),[1] commanded by General Alphonse Juin.

    Monte Cassino was captured by the Allies on May 18, 1944. The next night, thousands of Goumiers and other colonial troops scoured the slopes of the hills surrounding the town and the villages of Ciociaria (in South Latium). Over 60,000 women, ranging in age from 11 to 86, suffered from violence, when village after village came under control of the Goumiers. Civilian men who tried to protect their wives and daughters were murdered. The number of men killed has been estimated at 800.[3]

    The mayor of Esperia, a comune in the Province of Frosinone, reported that in his town, 700 women out of 2,500 inhabitants were raped resulting in many deaths. According to some sources, a total of more than 7,000 civilians, including children, were raped by Goumiers.[

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

  153. @Anon
    The moral logic of this all.

    European madness in WWII pushed Jews to Palestine, and Palestinians got ethnically cleansed and lost their homeland.

    So now, the Arabs must pour into Europe and ethnically cleanse Germans who are losing their homeland.

    Replies: @Jack D, @Anonymous

    Fair enough, except that very few of the Arabs pouring into Europe are refugees. The troublemakers in Cologne weren’t even refugees – they were N. Africans.

    • Replies: @Erik Sieven
    @Jack D

    thats wrong. Several North African countries are in the top ten of countries from which most of the refugees came in 2015. Especially the numbers of refugees from Marocco have been rising fast in recent weeks, according to official data. Also lot of Syrians in Germany are actually North Africans with fake Syrian passports.
    In several german cities a large group of North African men have made problems with very brutal robbing and stealing, as well as drug dealing, they are almost exclusively refugees. It is much likely that those did the groping in New Years Night were connected to them.
    Also alle of those who were checked that night in Cologne were refugees, according to a police officer who was there.
    Nobody can know this for sure right now, but its much likely that only a few of those thousand men in Cologne that night were NOT refugees.

  154. @Anon
    The moral logic of this all.

    European madness in WWII pushed Jews to Palestine, and Palestinians got ethnically cleansed and lost their homeland.

    So now, the Arabs must pour into Europe and ethnically cleanse Germans who are losing their homeland.

    Replies: @Jack D, @Anonymous

    The Palestinians are still there. They are not Moroccans, Algerians, Pakistanis, etc. Do you know numbers? Can you read a map?

    Idiot.

  155. @Anonymous
    NEWSFLASH-- It wasn't just Cologne.

    I spent New Year's eve in Munich with my two (blonde, American) college age daughters. We found a place away from the center for a late dinner and about 11:30 the three of us started making our way to the main square, Marienplatz, to witness the celebration. As we got closer, the volume of fireworks going off increased dramatically (earlier in the day, I noticed in a supermarket a large food case filled with all manner of rockets and firecrackers for sale).The street leading into Marienplatz became increasingly clogged with people, some setting off fireworks, others watching. In the spirit of adventure, we decided to brave the crowds and shoulder through into the square, especially as our hotel lay on the opposite side.

    Once fully in the square, I noticed that there were very few Germans there. Those that were remained on the periphery, watching. Instead, the entire square was filled with thousands of what were obviously young Middle Eastern males. I don't know where they all materialized from as they were very little in evidence on the city streets in the days preceding, nor were they visible at the Christmas markets.

    It was absolute pandemonium in the square with rockets going off in all directions, bouncing off buildings, caroming off the pavement. A couple of guys were holding their faces where they had been hit by ordnance. It seemed too late to turn back once we were inside, so we clung to the edge of the square and shouldered and elbowed our way through, dodging explosives all the way.

    Almost immediately, both my daughters complained of being groped by unseen hands. It was so crowded, it was impossible for me to see anyone specifically doing anything, especially as I was concentrating on just getting us through without being hit by a rocket (although one guy--looked Kazhaki-- did approach me and asked my permission to kiss my daughter!). After that, I took the hand of my younger daughter, pulling her along, bulldozing through. The other one was a bit ahead. By the time we got to the other side and found a small space to pause, both girls told me they had been grabbed and groped numerous times. Butt and breasts grabbed, hair pulled, rude comments... it was an unrestrained testosterone gauntlet. I couldn't say whether many of these swarthy Mideast miscreants were drunk (after all they are Muslim), but a few obviously were. This was really unexpected.

    I saw no police presence in the square at all, but that could have been because a terrorist bomb threat had just come in and they were in the process of closing Munich's main train station (and one other). I suspect similarly unpleasant situations occurred in the crowded squares of many German (and probably Swedish) cities on December 31 that went unreported.

    Incidentally, I am now in Berlin and you would never know they have an immigrant problem in Germany. Ethnically, it's as homogenous here as small town America circa 1957. That's why so many Germans are in denial or supportive of Merkel's welcome policy. They have not been affected in the least. Not yet.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Citizen of a Silly Country, @German_reader

    If refugees start demanding that gun control laws in Germany be eased so prevent discrimination against their vibrant custom of firing AK-47s in the air to celebrate, the NYT editorial board’s collective brain will melt.

    • Replies: @Felix.
    @Steve Sailer

    The migrants will not demand loosening of gun control laws. They can already obtain assault weapons via migrant controlled smuggling networks. It is only the native population that would benefit from easier legal access to guns, and the migrants obviously would not like to see their victims become able to defend themselves. They're not stupid.

  156. @AndrewR
    @Flinders Petrie

    Rotherham showed that feminists would rather be raped by swarthy Muslims than be seen as racists.

    Replies: @James N. Kennett, @Citizen of a Silly Country, @anon

    No. Rotherham showed that feminists would rather that poor white girls, i.e. not the feminists or, in the rare case, their daughters, be raped by swarthy Muslims than the feminists be seen as racists.

    Pardon the pun, but no skin in the game for the feminists.

  157. @Anonymous
    NEWSFLASH-- It wasn't just Cologne.

    I spent New Year's eve in Munich with my two (blonde, American) college age daughters. We found a place away from the center for a late dinner and about 11:30 the three of us started making our way to the main square, Marienplatz, to witness the celebration. As we got closer, the volume of fireworks going off increased dramatically (earlier in the day, I noticed in a supermarket a large food case filled with all manner of rockets and firecrackers for sale).The street leading into Marienplatz became increasingly clogged with people, some setting off fireworks, others watching. In the spirit of adventure, we decided to brave the crowds and shoulder through into the square, especially as our hotel lay on the opposite side.

    Once fully in the square, I noticed that there were very few Germans there. Those that were remained on the periphery, watching. Instead, the entire square was filled with thousands of what were obviously young Middle Eastern males. I don't know where they all materialized from as they were very little in evidence on the city streets in the days preceding, nor were they visible at the Christmas markets.

    It was absolute pandemonium in the square with rockets going off in all directions, bouncing off buildings, caroming off the pavement. A couple of guys were holding their faces where they had been hit by ordnance. It seemed too late to turn back once we were inside, so we clung to the edge of the square and shouldered and elbowed our way through, dodging explosives all the way.

    Almost immediately, both my daughters complained of being groped by unseen hands. It was so crowded, it was impossible for me to see anyone specifically doing anything, especially as I was concentrating on just getting us through without being hit by a rocket (although one guy--looked Kazhaki-- did approach me and asked my permission to kiss my daughter!). After that, I took the hand of my younger daughter, pulling her along, bulldozing through. The other one was a bit ahead. By the time we got to the other side and found a small space to pause, both girls told me they had been grabbed and groped numerous times. Butt and breasts grabbed, hair pulled, rude comments... it was an unrestrained testosterone gauntlet. I couldn't say whether many of these swarthy Mideast miscreants were drunk (after all they are Muslim), but a few obviously were. This was really unexpected.

    I saw no police presence in the square at all, but that could have been because a terrorist bomb threat had just come in and they were in the process of closing Munich's main train station (and one other). I suspect similarly unpleasant situations occurred in the crowded squares of many German (and probably Swedish) cities on December 31 that went unreported.

    Incidentally, I am now in Berlin and you would never know they have an immigrant problem in Germany. Ethnically, it's as homogenous here as small town America circa 1957. That's why so many Germans are in denial or supportive of Merkel's welcome policy. They have not been affected in the least. Not yet.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Citizen of a Silly Country, @German_reader

    Check out Kreuzberg or Moabit. Plenty of Turks in those parts.

  158. Mayor of Cologne says women should have code of conduct to prevent future assault

    The suggested code of conduct includes maintaining an arm’s length distance from strangers, to stick within your own group, to ask bystanders for help or to intervene as a witness, or to inform the police if you are the victim of such an assault.

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/mayor-of-cologne-says-women-should-have-code-of-conduct-to-prevent-future-assault-a6798186.html

    Victims speak out after nightmare New Year in Cologne5
    http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=76f_1452034893

    • Replies: @Veracitor
    @george


    Mayor of Cologne says women should have code of conduct to prevent future assault...
     
    In addition to keeping an arm's length distance from strangers, etc, etc, the next edition of the Code of Conduct For The Women of Cologne will include:

    * Wear a burqa or at least a niqab at all times in public.

    * Travel only in the company of your husband or a male blood relative over 15 years old.

    * Do not go out between the hours of 7pm and 7am.

    * Do not drive an automobile. Also, to ride a bicycle is unsafe as well as forbidden, and tends to incite the uncontrollable lust of men who see you.

    * Remember, you are responsible for the behavior of strange men. If you lose your virtue or even become pregnant due to rape, you will be stoned to death for the crime of unchastity.

    * Obey all orders of the mutawa. Do not interfere or even tarry if you see them enforcing sharia against women who do not follow the Code of Conduct.
    , @Expletive Deleted
    @george

    "ask bystanders for help"
    "let's you and him fight"
    Ask away, strong independent women who don't need no steenkin' man. I won't be going to jail for assaulting or otherwise offending a member of the Protected Classes.

    , @Thea
    @george

    She is admitting that this unprecedented attack is the new normal. Get used to it ladies of Germany

  159. @Steve Sailer
    @Anonymous

    The great art critic Lord Kenneth Clark saw the same thing as Chesterton. After 1000 AD, Europeans started making large numbers of sculptures and paintings of the Virgin Mary. The rise in regard for Mary was a key aspect of the shift from the Dark Ages to the Middle Ages.

    Replies: @Dave Pinsen, @Corvinus

    That adds another layer to Francois’s pilgrimage to the Black Madonna in Submission.

  160. @JLoHo
    I was in the train in Europe end of August on my way to go clubbing and ride the cock carousel.

    And there were these three girls...natural blondes...already somewhat drunk sitting in the middle of the train car in front of me.

    Over the next ten minutes I watched as every black and Arab 20something/teen male came and surrounded those 3 girls.

    It was like watching a pack of hyenas. It was insane and I kept looking at all the people in my train car like "ARE YOU GUYS WATCHING THIS?" and those IDIOTS were totally in the dark over what was going on in the train car in front of us.

    When I got off, those girls were surrounded by at least a dozen men on the low count. With one Arab male sitting directly beside the girls and another Arab male draped over the seat staring at them.

    My question is how did all these black/muslims coordinate their movement around the train as they came from both sides and at different times over the course of a 15-30 minute train ride?

    What else did I see...

    I just would walk in the woods occasionally and walk past a Black Black guy who didn't look like he belonged in the woods. Stuff like that.

    On Sundays though when all the white people were at home...the only people who would be walking around the closed shops would be Muslims. That was troubling.

    Oh another story...

    I was at a train station trying to start conversations with random men to practice my Game...when...

    Some black chick...in a Multicultural group of Hispanic/Asian/Black (ahahah Asians aren't your friends people!) was drunk and screaming in the language something along the lines of 'You guys think you are an Elite Species!!' to some teenage white kid

    Every white woman, old and young on that train platform stood behind that white kid in solidarity.

    I was impressed by my fellow blue eyed females.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    @JHoLo,
    Appreciate your comment. All of it. I’m 63 and married 35 years, so can’t join the carousel. But nice to read your comment.

  161. Steven – this “dozens of women were merkelled” meme idea is pure gold. I vote you push it hard.

  162. Has there been anybody doing a study of Slavic vs German IQ differences?

  163. @Auntie Analogue
    One is reminded of Air Chief Marshall Arthur Harris's wartime statement against Germany's leaders:

    "They have sowed the wind, and now they are going to reap the whirlwind."
     

    Replies: @PiltdownMan

    Bomber Harris was quoting Hosea 8:7.

    “For they have sown the wind, and they shall reap the whirlwind: it hath no stalk: the bud shall yield no meal: if so be it yield, the strangers shall swallow it up”

  164. @george
    Mayor of Cologne says women should have code of conduct to prevent future assault

    The suggested code of conduct includes maintaining an arm’s length distance from strangers, to stick within your own group, to ask bystanders for help or to intervene as a witness, or to inform the police if you are the victim of such an assault.

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/mayor-of-cologne-says-women-should-have-code-of-conduct-to-prevent-future-assault-a6798186.html

    Victims speak out after nightmare New Year in Cologne5
    http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=76f_1452034893

    Replies: @Veracitor, @Expletive Deleted, @Thea

    Mayor of Cologne says women should have code of conduct to prevent future assault…

    In addition to keeping an arm’s length distance from strangers, etc, etc, the next edition of the Code of Conduct For The Women of Cologne will include:

    * Wear a burqa or at least a niqab at all times in public.

    * Travel only in the company of your husband or a male blood relative over 15 years old.

    * Do not go out between the hours of 7pm and 7am.

    * Do not drive an automobile. Also, to ride a bicycle is unsafe as well as forbidden, and tends to incite the uncontrollable lust of men who see you.

    * Remember, you are responsible for the behavior of strange men. If you lose your virtue or even become pregnant due to rape, you will be stoned to death for the crime of unchastity.

    * Obey all orders of the mutawa. Do not interfere or even tarry if you see them enforcing sharia against women who do not follow the Code of Conduct.

    • Agree: ben tillman
  165. @Corvinus
    It’s the young single immigrant underclass men who just happen to be Muslim who are employing Roissy-esque techniques to get some trim.

    Why? Muslims are born and raised in a patriarchal society—where some conservative whites desire a return those “glory” days—by which women are considered to be chattel, stupid.

    Muslims and Christians are related in that way--keep women where they should be, right?

    To paraphrase Roissy, why be a sucker at marriage and raising kids when you can suck out the lifeblood of being single and chasin’ skirts? And to paraphrase Jim at Jim’s blog, there is no such thing as marital rape.

    Jefferson—“Why are Muslim men getting drunk? The koran prohibits alcohol consumption.”

    Because they do not strictly practice Islam. It’s not an uncommon experience for single, out of work men to search for other ways to satiate their desires for masculinizing behavior, whether it be buying a truck, pumping iron, or aggressively gaming chicks. Again, it’s the Roissy lifestyle!

    “These Arab Muslim men are behaving like a bunch of Roma Gypsies.”

    Corrected for accuracy —> These Muslim men are behaving like any member, regardless of race or ethnicity, of the criminal underclass.

    German_reader—“Any serious country would round them up (and rough them up in the process) and deport them. Instead they’re allowed to stay for years, game the system and commit crimes with a (to a large degree justified) feeling of impunity.”



    Can’t say I disagree.

    Flinders Petrie—“Germany is now a virtual petri dish of intersecting systems of oppression and discrimination; a synergistic blending of sexism, Islamophobia, bigotry, homophobia, and racism.”

    You forgot to add “white privilege” and “Zionism”. You must be new here.

    Radical Centrist—“On one thing, almost all economists agree: In the long term, the refugee crisis ought to be unambiguously positive for the European economy. Over time, the new arrivals should play an important role in addressing Europe’s alarming demographic trends, improving the ratio of workers to those who are economically inactive, a ratio that is falling in many countries.”

    How did Carnegie and Rockefeller and Gould and Frick fare with immigrants at their disposal? How the United States become a global economic power by 1900?

    Big Bill—“Groups of young horny Puerto Rican men milling around in Central Park started groping girls and tearing their clothes off.”

    Roissy would characterize this behavior as being alpha-eseque. You really need to get with the program.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Daniel Williams, @The Albino Sasquatch, @ben tillman

    And happy New 2016 to you too, Corv. Still employing your usual schtick. An oldie but a goodie eh? I must say though, although your delivery is great (Bill Maher would envy you) and your timing is perfect, your material…a little long in the tooth, like a sitcom that’s overstretched it’s ratings highpoint. Hoping for some new stuff from you come the new year. Alas – think I’ll no longer bother with your posts Corv my boy. I wish you all the best in your 2016 Trollings!
    Yours sincerely,
    A. Sasquatch.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
    @The Albino Sasquatch

    It's really not trollings, it's more meanderings of truth sprinkled in with sardonic, intellectual barbs. It's not really in your wheelhouse. You're more suited for Hekyl and Jeckyl type antics. I wish you the best in trying to improve upon your own material. Too much milquetoast and sugary pleasantries for my palate. But, to each their own...

  166. I wonder if the influx of Polish immigrants into the Ruhr during the 19th century had an effect of lowering the IQ in that prime industrial area?

  167. A lot of xenophobic racism on this board. You can’t blame a whole group for the actions of a few. This was only a 1000 of millions of Muslims in Europe. Less than one percent

    • Replies: @Dave Pinsen
    @ecum

    If 1% of an imported food product lead to poisonings, we'd ban it.

    , @ben tillman
    @ecum


    A lot of xenophobic racism on this board. You can’t blame a whole group for the actions of a few.
     
    You not only can -- you must! A group can't act except through its members.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    , @James N. Kennett
    @ecum

    A lot of xenophobic racism on this board. You can’t blame a whole group for the actions of a few. This was only a 1000 of millions of Muslims in Europe. Less than one percent.

    Even if this is true, we cannot distinguish the 1% from the 99% until they commit crimes. This is especially true when they cross our borders en masse.

    Even when crimes are committed, we are unable to deport the criminals. In fact, we don't even send them to prison. The Cologne police declared that they knew who the criminals were, because they are the same multitude who had been arrested earlier for pickpocketing in the same area.

    Compare and contrast with the genuine refugees who fled Nazi Germany. Did 1% of them go on a mass crime spree when they arrived in a new country? Was there a single such refugee who used guns or bombs to commit random slaughter in a holy war against his new hosts?

    You don't need to be xenophobic or racist to see that the arrival of a million migrants from dysfunctional societies is not necessarily to our advantage. The unqualified welcome extended by the likes of Merkel is the sign of a society that has lost the will to live. Africans and Middle Easterners sense that Western Europe is theirs for the taking, and they are not wrong.

    , @Johnny Smoggins
    @ecum

    So do you mean that elsewhere on that night as well as during the rest of 2015 not a single crime was committed by muslim men in Europe? Not a single woman sexually harassed or worse?

  168. @neutral
    @Anonymous

    I have no doubt that a lot of those 3rd world migrants have access to hard porn on their smartphones, but even those with IQs lower than 80 would be aware that its not a true reflection of reality.

    What is really driving them to do this is the other stuff they can access on their smartphones, stories about how in Europe you face no real punishment for crimes committed, stories about how the government generally uses its police to protect migrants over the locals and stories about how wimpish the men are in protecting their women. Unlike the porn, these views of Europe are very real and the migrants know it and they know that nobody will really stand in their way. These views are not coming on obscure sites, a migrant viewing something like BBC or any other standard mainstream outlet or the standard PC speak from a politician will very quickly realize just how easy it is for them to get away with things.

    Replies: @PiltdownMan

    “…but even those with IQs lower than 80 would be aware that its not a true reflection of reality. “

    Being somewhat acquainted with the mindset of the notorious male street culture of New Delhi, India, where “eve-teasing” is rampant, all actual white women are indeed seen to be behaviorally identical in reality to their XXX depictions.

    This bizarre notion took off in the late 1960s when word of the Western sexual revolution reached those distant parts, along with busloads-tens of thousands-of hippies on the overland trail from Europe, eager to demonstrate the rumored shedding of inhibition in the fleabag hotels of Delhi and on the beaches of Goa.

    India, lightly policed and prudish by Victorian standards, gawped at the new arrivals in stunned silence.

    Sex, available only after arranged marriage, seemed very, very close indeed, whenever a white female tourist walked by, to these young, not entirely employable, Indian men of the city streets, usually living away from the strictures of rural life and their own rigid family and social heirarchies.

    Since then, it appears to have become unshakable belief.

    Goa, then:

    • Replies: @PiltdownMan
    @PiltdownMan

    Replacements for the broken link in my comment on the history of Indian street male attitudes to white women.

    Links are to a picture of an Indian woman staring aghast at a hippie in Goa circa 1970.


    http://static.messynessychic.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/hippiebeach11-930x695.jpg

    http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-K8FaD1M0iIw/VUXkvRyDrNI/AAAAAAAAJj0/1o0WH8dZIhg/s1600/hippiebeach11-930x695.jpg

  169. anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    Mayor of Cologne says women should have code of conduct to prevent future assault

    The suggested code of conduct includes maintaining an arm’s length distance from strangers, to stick within your own group, to ask bystanders for help or to intervene as a witness, or to inform the police if you are the victim of such an assault.

    That’s some pretty weak tea, eh? She forgot to mention joining a women’s support group for victims of violence.

  170. @dearieme
    I'm sorry to say that Merkel may go down in history as Germany's greatest traitor. Still I ask: what the hell possessed her?

    Replies: @bomag, @pyrrhus, @fish, @Rob McX, @Glossy, @AndrewR, @Olorin

    Some of the worst (meaning most enthusiastic and accomplished) politicians IME are in the +.75 SD range of IQ–100 to about 110. Same as the worst (meaning most enthusiastic and accomplished) bureaucrats.

    Just bright enough to work the system and manipulate the less bright and those in their own range, which amounts to about 80% of the total population. Not bright enough to see the consequences of their actions.

    Possessing fairly base motives, like desire for popularity, to offset the meager hostilities they’ve experienced for being a little smart and the resentment they have of the brighter fraction.

    Wanting to be like the dead-nuts-on-mean-IQ jocks (e.g.)…unable to.

    In Merkel’s case, add the element of being a female nobody wanted to mate with. She’s got to distinguish herself somehow. There’s something psychosexually very weird about her importing masses of swarthy young virile mean-IQ-85ish types. Seems absolutely designed to get even with white German men. And the white German women who got what she didn’t (spouse, children, family),.

    Of course I don’t know what Merkel’s IQ is. Anybody got any references or estimates?

    I guess the other possibility is that she’s bright enough to qualify for the top 20%, which can bring its own set of problems. But the fact that she started out as a commie tells me that she’s more of the apparatchik class who soared high on the female vote and the Tulip Mania of gynephilia.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @Olorin

    Merkel's doctorate is in physical chemistry:

    Untersuchung des Mechanismus von Zerfallsreaktionen mit einfachem Bindungsbruch und Berechnung ihrer Geschwindigkeitskonstanten auf der Grundlage quantenchemischer und statistischer Methoden (Investigation of the mechanism of decay reactions with single bond breaking and calculation of their velocity constants on the basis of quantum chemical and statistical methods)

    , @Wilkey
    @Olorin

    "In Merkel’s case, add the element of being a female nobody wanted to mate with."

    Merkel was married once from 1977-82 and has been married to her second husband, a chemist, since 1998. Whatever explains her corruption, stupidity, or insanity, it is not the result of being "a female nobody wanted to mate with."

    , @anon
    @Olorin

    Merkel's husband

    http://img.timeinc.net/time/daily/2007/0711/360_merkel_husband_1108.jpg

    Judging by the body language I wouldn't be surprised if he was an influence on her.

  171. @ecum
    A lot of xenophobic racism on this board. You can't blame a whole group for the actions of a few. This was only a 1000 of millions of Muslims in Europe. Less than one percent

    Replies: @Dave Pinsen, @ben tillman, @James N. Kennett, @Johnny Smoggins

    If 1% of an imported food product lead to poisonings, we’d ban it.

  172. Looks like Haven Monahan’s getting around.

    BTW – before typing this I did a search of both ‘haven’ and ‘monahan’ and nothing popped up. Not so long ago no story of this sort could get to 171 comments without a shout out to Haven.

  173. @Olorin
    @dearieme

    Some of the worst (meaning most enthusiastic and accomplished) politicians IME are in the +.75 SD range of IQ--100 to about 110. Same as the worst (meaning most enthusiastic and accomplished) bureaucrats.

    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-2PSa3AzxskQ/T6ww3aqpaWI/AAAAAAAAJQU/E32VFSHOamU/s1600/group-differences.jpg

    Just bright enough to work the system and manipulate the less bright and those in their own range, which amounts to about 80% of the total population. Not bright enough to see the consequences of their actions.

    Possessing fairly base motives, like desire for popularity, to offset the meager hostilities they've experienced for being a little smart and the resentment they have of the brighter fraction.

    Wanting to be like the dead-nuts-on-mean-IQ jocks (e.g.)...unable to.

    In Merkel's case, add the element of being a female nobody wanted to mate with. She's got to distinguish herself somehow. There's something psychosexually very weird about her importing masses of swarthy young virile mean-IQ-85ish types. Seems absolutely designed to get even with white German men. And the white German women who got what she didn't (spouse, children, family),.

    Of course I don't know what Merkel's IQ is. Anybody got any references or estimates?

    I guess the other possibility is that she's bright enough to qualify for the top 20%, which can bring its own set of problems. But the fact that she started out as a commie tells me that she's more of the apparatchik class who soared high on the female vote and the Tulip Mania of gynephilia.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Wilkey, @anon

    Merkel’s doctorate is in physical chemistry:

    Untersuchung des Mechanismus von Zerfallsreaktionen mit einfachem Bindungsbruch und Berechnung ihrer Geschwindigkeitskonstanten auf der Grundlage quantenchemischer und statistischer Methoden (Investigation of the mechanism of decay reactions with single bond breaking and calculation of their velocity constants on the basis of quantum chemical and statistical methods)

  174. @ben tillman
    @anonymous


    The problems have just started. Those mobs are flexing their muscle and realizing they’ve got the run of things; they can do what they want with impunity. The natives in parts of Europe are going to be cowering in fear, hiding behind gates and keeping their daughters and wives cooped up.
     
    Wo nehmen die Deutschen Zuflucht?

    Where shall the Germans take refuge?

    Is this question ever asked?

    Replies: @gruff

    To paraphrase Houellebecq, the Germans have no Israel to go to.

  175. @Clifford Brown
    These attacks are nothing that a few well orchestrated Slut Walks won't clear up.

    Replies: @gruff

    Brilliant!

  176. Of course I don’t know what Merkel’s IQ is. Anybody got any references or estimates?

    Well, I do know that she was a working physicist (molecular quantum mechanics) until her mid 30s. It’s a safe bet that it’s pretty high up in that top 20%.

  177. @Glossy
    @dearieme

    what the hell possessed her?

    The need for approval from the media, from fellow politicians, from the people with whom she socializes at Davos and other meetings and conferences. And she got what she wanted - she's Time's person of the year.

    Replies: @ben tillman, @Reg Cæsar

    what the hell possessed her?

    The need for approval from the media, from fellow politicians, from the people with whom she socializes at Davos and other meetings and conferences.

    Yeah, she’s being bombarded by the equivalent of pheromones that change her behavior. It’s the same thing that happens to Supreme Court justices after they’re appointed by Republican Presidents.

  178. @Steve Sailer
    @Anonymous

    If refugees start demanding that gun control laws in Germany be eased so prevent discrimination against their vibrant custom of firing AK-47s in the air to celebrate, the NYT editorial board's collective brain will melt.

    Replies: @Felix.

    The migrants will not demand loosening of gun control laws. They can already obtain assault weapons via migrant controlled smuggling networks. It is only the native population that would benefit from easier legal access to guns, and the migrants obviously would not like to see their victims become able to defend themselves. They’re not stupid.

  179. @Corvinus
    It’s the young single immigrant underclass men who just happen to be Muslim who are employing Roissy-esque techniques to get some trim.

    Why? Muslims are born and raised in a patriarchal society—where some conservative whites desire a return those “glory” days—by which women are considered to be chattel, stupid.

    Muslims and Christians are related in that way--keep women where they should be, right?

    To paraphrase Roissy, why be a sucker at marriage and raising kids when you can suck out the lifeblood of being single and chasin’ skirts? And to paraphrase Jim at Jim’s blog, there is no such thing as marital rape.

    Jefferson—“Why are Muslim men getting drunk? The koran prohibits alcohol consumption.”

    Because they do not strictly practice Islam. It’s not an uncommon experience for single, out of work men to search for other ways to satiate their desires for masculinizing behavior, whether it be buying a truck, pumping iron, or aggressively gaming chicks. Again, it’s the Roissy lifestyle!

    “These Arab Muslim men are behaving like a bunch of Roma Gypsies.”

    Corrected for accuracy —> These Muslim men are behaving like any member, regardless of race or ethnicity, of the criminal underclass.

    German_reader—“Any serious country would round them up (and rough them up in the process) and deport them. Instead they’re allowed to stay for years, game the system and commit crimes with a (to a large degree justified) feeling of impunity.”



    Can’t say I disagree.

    Flinders Petrie—“Germany is now a virtual petri dish of intersecting systems of oppression and discrimination; a synergistic blending of sexism, Islamophobia, bigotry, homophobia, and racism.”

    You forgot to add “white privilege” and “Zionism”. You must be new here.

    Radical Centrist—“On one thing, almost all economists agree: In the long term, the refugee crisis ought to be unambiguously positive for the European economy. Over time, the new arrivals should play an important role in addressing Europe’s alarming demographic trends, improving the ratio of workers to those who are economically inactive, a ratio that is falling in many countries.”

    How did Carnegie and Rockefeller and Gould and Frick fare with immigrants at their disposal? How the United States become a global economic power by 1900?

    Big Bill—“Groups of young horny Puerto Rican men milling around in Central Park started groping girls and tearing their clothes off.”

    Roissy would characterize this behavior as being alpha-eseque. You really need to get with the program.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Daniel Williams, @The Albino Sasquatch, @ben tillman

    To paraphrase Roissy, why be a sucker at marriage and raising kids when you can suck out the lifeblood of being single and chasin’ skirts? And to paraphrase Jim at Jim’s blog, there is no such thing as marital rape.

    Obviously, Roissy is a short-sighted hedonistic fool. As for Jim, I have no idea who he is, but his view on marital rape is basic common sense recognized by the common law for centuries. It was not controversial in the least until maybe 30 or 40 years ago.

  180. @Anonymous
    @anon

    Ironically, Italy, which stupidly followed Germany into war for reasons of 'national glory', but only got national disgrace, suffered mass rape of literally thousands of Italian women by Moroccans in French employ.
    The f*cking stupid Italians now import Moroccans by the million.
    Germany f*cked them over then - they turned Italy into a battle ground, a prolonged, destructive, gut wrenching battle ground.
    Now Germany is being, literally, f*cked over by some rather nasty, priapic Moroccans, and the current Fuhrerlein is protecting them.

    I simply cannot get over the dumbness of white people. Or the evil of The Economist.

    Replies: @cybele, @oh its just me, @syonredux, @Anonymous, @German_reader

    And apparently you cannot get over inserting the Nazi narrative into everything either.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Anonymous

    Sorry to break it to you, but they were a pretty big deal.

    Replies: @Anonymous

  181. @AndrewR
    @Anonymous

    It's very unlikely genuine refugees would act like this and I think you're aware of that.

    Replies: @ben tillman

    And if these were “genuine refugees”? Then Germans would just have to endure it, no matter what?

    Genuine refugees are just people on the losing side of a conflict. That doesn’t turn them into angels.

    • Replies: @Rob McX
    @ben tillman

    Everyone in the Middle East and Africa is or will be a refugee at some point. That includes the guys beheading and throwing people off buildings in Syria. Europe should limit its intake to white refugees from South Africa, Zimbabwe and other such places.

    , @AndrewR
    @ben tillman

    I said nothing about angels.

  182. @ben tillman
    @AndrewR


    And if these were “genuine refugees”? Then Germans would just have to endure it, no matter what?
     
    Genuine refugees are just people on the losing side of a conflict. That doesn't turn them into angels.

    Replies: @Rob McX, @AndrewR

    Everyone in the Middle East and Africa is or will be a refugee at some point. That includes the guys beheading and throwing people off buildings in Syria. Europe should limit its intake to white refugees from South Africa, Zimbabwe and other such places.

  183. WhatEvvs [AKA "Recovering Internet Addict"] says:
    @sutton
    I've asked before, but isn't there a German Deep State left? The old "von" families. Prussians? Or did the occupation destroy/subvert them all?

    Replies: @syonredux, @WhatEvvs

    I don’t know much about the German aristocracy, but the director of /The Lives of Others and The Tourist (Depp/Jolie movie) is a real specimen:

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

    “Following the defeat of the Third Reich in 1945, the Henckel von Donnersmarcks lost their fortune due to expulsion from Silesia by Ukrainian troops of Soviet Army.”

    They may have lost their money, but not their amazing class!

  184. @Necaviar
    Of all the things to be upset with the Nazis for - and there are many - foremost is that they made it impossible to think and talk clearly about race and culture and genetics.

    Replies: @ben tillman

    Of all the things to be upset with the Nazis for – and there are many – foremost is that they made it impossible to think and talk clearly about race and culture and genetics.

    They did no such thing. To the contrary, it is the people who tell us what lessons we should learn from the Nazi episode who have made it impossible to think and talk clearly about race and culture and genetics.

    • Replies: @Necaviar
    @ben tillman

    That is more or less the same thing.

    Replies: @ben tillman

  185. Sort of Off Topic:

    I watched the first episode of “Deutschland 83”, a cold war spy drama set in 1983 in West Germany. Available on the usual online outlets.
    It it told from the perspective of East Germany, the first episode was pretty good.
    After watching it, I thought about how easy it must have been for East German spies to infiltrate the West German military and diplomatic corps.

  186. @inselaffen
    @pyrrhus

    So how come the whole rest of the former Soviet Bloc has a much healther attitude to immigration etc than the west?
    Including Merkel's Ossi compatriots (who highlight the difference quite particularly when compared to west germans).
    If anything Merkel is just being as 'westerner' as possible.

    Replies: @Whiskey, @anon

    The reason that say, Hungary has a more sane attitude towards multicultural suicide is the lack of female driven consumerism.

    What’s wrong with the West is not ‘the Jews’ which when very, very Jewish Samuel Goldwyn, Louis B. Mayer, and Jack Warner were running Hollywood had Yankee Doodle Dandy and John Wayne defeating the Japanese and the Apache. Rather it is decades of advertisers pandering to the WORST of female desires: hatred of beta White males (the origin of PC/Multikult and anti-Whitism) for lack of sexy dominance, excuse making for Alpha males, social competition for being most holy, herd mentality conformism, etc.

    Women make or influence about 85% of consumer purchases, so advertisers just pander to their desires figuring that if they offend males well too bad, they’re playing the numbers game. And that numbers game plays right into mass Third World immigration, and excuse making for mass rapes by the Cathedral while there is a female meltdown over a fat White guy engineer wearing a shirt with hula girls on it while helping land a probe on a comet. Or an engineer getting fired for making a dongle joke at a programming convention. Or a female meltdown over a nerd asking her for coffee in an elevator.

    Look at what women don’t do. Not whatever excuses they make. They never criticize Muslims and their primitive attitudes towards women.

    Female driven mass consumerism and mass advertising are like steroids pushing society to ultra feminism. Women have less of a role and importance in Eastern lands because advertising is still so new and consumerism so unsteady. Switzerland is more of the same — it had granted women the vote only in the 1970s, and had and still does hefty restrictions on advertising and mass marketing. As does Japan, with its deliberately maintained retail small holder inefficiencies and higher costs.

  187. @Tark Marg
    Unless the causative factors behind this PC lunacy are clearly explained, it'll be impossible to effectively counter it. Here is my attempt to do so.

    As I see it, the West is suffering from a condition I'll call empathobesity.

    For a long time, an egalitarian, empathetic impulse was an asset in the West as it created an ever expanding educated and productive class of citizens by expanding political franchise from monarchs to lords to wealthy commoners to middle class men to all men to all adults, followed by welfare and universal healthcare etc.
    To illustrate using the example of England, starting with the Magna Carta in 1215, we have the English civil war in 1642, the glorious revolution in 1688, Habeas Corpus, the reform acts of the 19th century, the representation of the people acts of the early 20th, feminism, Welfare, the sexual revolution, mass migration, gay rights, animal rights, transgender rights and so on.

    Initially these steps have had a positive payoff as they expanded the class of educated people able to undertake scientific and industrial progress. This is why the scientific and industrial revolutions occurred in England where also we see the first diffusion of political power with the Magna Carta in 1215.

    Over time, this empathetic, egalitarianist impulse has calcified into a dogma. Probably in the early to mid 20th century, this dogma has run into diminishing and even negative returns.

    Thus, the extension of empathy to adherents of a hostile religion is likely to be a major drag, not gain, a point well proven by this incident. The mass importation of low skilled illegal immigrants will not enhance the economic welfare of the recipient nation.

    The feminist movement initially increased the pool of educated workers, but by eschewing reproduction, have condemned the West to declining human and financial resources just as the mass of poorly educated and integrated aliens, especially in Europe, starts to spike.

    Yet, like an obese person compelled by instinct to eat in excess, the West cannot shake off its pathological empathy (hence empathobesity).

    I've made this argument in more detail at tarkmarg.blogspot.com. Please have a look and see if you find it convincing.

    Replies: @ben tillman, @anon, @Citizen of a Silly Country

    ong time, an egalitarian, empathetic impulse was an asset in the West as it created an ever expanding educated and productive class of citizens by expanding political franchise from monarchs to lords to wealthy commoners to middle class men to all men to all adults, followed by welfare and universal healthcare etc.
    To illustrate using the example of England, starting with the Magna Carta in 1215, we have the English civil war in 1642, the glorious revolution in 1688….

    I think you’ve derailed your narrative. The Regicide and the Glorious Revolution were plutocratic endeavors. The movers and shakers behind those events weren’t yielding to any sort of empathetic impulse.

    • Replies: @Tark Marg
    @ben tillman

    Thanks for your feedback Ben.

    It's true that the parliamentary side in the English civil war was far from your standard issue Marxist study circle. But what I'm trying to show is a trend of constant widening of the circle of political power over time, which I'd suggest flows from a egalitarianist impulse such that the plutocrats did not view themselves as inferior to King Charles. IMO these precedents are also a prerequisite to embolden those seeking further expansions of the circle of power.

    Incidentally, the parliamentary forces had distinctly leftist factions like the diggers and levellers, who nicely foreshadow the continental revolutionaries of the 18th (French Revolution) and 19th century.

    Replies: @5371, @ben tillman

  188. @Olorin
    @dearieme

    Some of the worst (meaning most enthusiastic and accomplished) politicians IME are in the +.75 SD range of IQ--100 to about 110. Same as the worst (meaning most enthusiastic and accomplished) bureaucrats.

    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-2PSa3AzxskQ/T6ww3aqpaWI/AAAAAAAAJQU/E32VFSHOamU/s1600/group-differences.jpg

    Just bright enough to work the system and manipulate the less bright and those in their own range, which amounts to about 80% of the total population. Not bright enough to see the consequences of their actions.

    Possessing fairly base motives, like desire for popularity, to offset the meager hostilities they've experienced for being a little smart and the resentment they have of the brighter fraction.

    Wanting to be like the dead-nuts-on-mean-IQ jocks (e.g.)...unable to.

    In Merkel's case, add the element of being a female nobody wanted to mate with. She's got to distinguish herself somehow. There's something psychosexually very weird about her importing masses of swarthy young virile mean-IQ-85ish types. Seems absolutely designed to get even with white German men. And the white German women who got what she didn't (spouse, children, family),.

    Of course I don't know what Merkel's IQ is. Anybody got any references or estimates?

    I guess the other possibility is that she's bright enough to qualify for the top 20%, which can bring its own set of problems. But the fact that she started out as a commie tells me that she's more of the apparatchik class who soared high on the female vote and the Tulip Mania of gynephilia.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Wilkey, @anon

    “In Merkel’s case, add the element of being a female nobody wanted to mate with.”

    Merkel was married once from 1977-82 and has been married to her second husband, a chemist, since 1998. Whatever explains her corruption, stupidity, or insanity, it is not the result of being “a female nobody wanted to mate with.”

  189. @Dave Pinsen
    This is reminiscent of the "wilding" phenomenon in New York in the late '80s/early '90s, made famous by the Central Park Jogger case.

    You're missing an "n" in "Germany" in the headline, btw, Steve.

    Replies: @Lot, @Big Bill, @Brutusale, @Reg Cæsar

    You’re missing an “n” in “Germany” in the headline, btw, Steve.

    Germay is actually a fairly common men’s name in Eritrea.

  190. @Glossy
    @dearieme

    what the hell possessed her?

    The need for approval from the media, from fellow politicians, from the people with whom she socializes at Davos and other meetings and conferences. And she got what she wanted - she's Time's person of the year.

    Replies: @ben tillman, @Reg Cæsar

    what the hell possessed her?

    The need for approval from the media, from fellow politicians, from the people with whom she socializes at Davos and other meetings and conferences. And she got what she wanted – she’s Time’s person of the year.

    Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger, the future Pope Benedict, tols a young American priest that not only did the press’s attacks not bother him, if they went for three days without doing so he felt the need to examine his conscience.

    Too bad for Germany he was elected by the College of Cardinals rather than by the German people.

  191. @ecum
    A lot of xenophobic racism on this board. You can't blame a whole group for the actions of a few. This was only a 1000 of millions of Muslims in Europe. Less than one percent

    Replies: @Dave Pinsen, @ben tillman, @James N. Kennett, @Johnny Smoggins

    A lot of xenophobic racism on this board. You can’t blame a whole group for the actions of a few.

    You not only can — you must! A group can’t act except through its members.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @ben tillman

    You and Dave are answering someone named "ecum", which sounds like a porn site.

  192. @ben tillman
    @Tark Marg


    ong time, an egalitarian, empathetic impulse was an asset in the West as it created an ever expanding educated and productive class of citizens by expanding political franchise from monarchs to lords to wealthy commoners to middle class men to all men to all adults, followed by welfare and universal healthcare etc.
    To illustrate using the example of England, starting with the Magna Carta in 1215, we have the English civil war in 1642, the glorious revolution in 1688....
     
    I think you've derailed your narrative. The Regicide and the Glorious Revolution were plutocratic endeavors. The movers and shakers behind those events weren't yielding to any sort of empathetic impulse.

    Replies: @Tark Marg

    Thanks for your feedback Ben.

    It’s true that the parliamentary side in the English civil war was far from your standard issue Marxist study circle. But what I’m trying to show is a trend of constant widening of the circle of political power over time, which I’d suggest flows from a egalitarianist impulse such that the plutocrats did not view themselves as inferior to King Charles. IMO these precedents are also a prerequisite to embolden those seeking further expansions of the circle of power.

    Incidentally, the parliamentary forces had distinctly leftist factions like the diggers and levellers, who nicely foreshadow the continental revolutionaries of the 18th (French Revolution) and 19th century.

    • Replies: @5371
    @Tark Marg

    English history is the worst possible place to look for an "egalitarianist impulse".
    There were no "leftist factions" in the parliamentary forces. You are missing the religious inspiration of the whole movement, including its most extreme and eccentric splinters. As attitudes changed, later historians forgot what the rebellion had really been about and interpreted it in terms of their own preoccupations with liberty and - later on - class conflict.

    Replies: @Tark Marg, @al gore rhythms

    , @ben tillman
    @Tark Marg

    Tark, I know I'm coming from another angle, but Belloc's sympathetic treatment of Charles is borne out in important respects by Tawney in Religion and the Rise of Capitalism. Tawney wrote that Charles saw himself, and acted, as a protector of the lower orders against predatory capitalism.

    Replies: @Tark Marg

  193. @Steve Sailer
    @Anonymous

    The great art critic Lord Kenneth Clark saw the same thing as Chesterton. After 1000 AD, Europeans started making large numbers of sculptures and paintings of the Virgin Mary. The rise in regard for Mary was a key aspect of the shift from the Dark Ages to the Middle Ages.

    Replies: @Dave Pinsen, @Corvinus

    “The rise in regard for Mary was a key aspect of the shift from the Dark Ages to the Middle Ages.”

    One of several aspects working in concert. The rise of towns and trade, a rapid rise in population, the development of merchant and craft guilds, and the power of the bourgeoisie. Things we learned in World History.

  194. @Anonymous
    @Corvinus


    Why? Muslims are born and raised in a patriarchal society—where some conservative whites desire a return those “glory” days—by which women are considered to be chattel, stupid.

    Muslims and Christians are related in that way–keep women where they should be, right?

     

    English writer G.K. Chesterton believed that the rise of chivalry, starting in the early Middle Ages, came with the veneration of the Virgin Mary. The protection of women, motherhood and the veneration of the Virgin Mary go hand-in-hand. The rise of chivalry spurred the rise of Western civilization itself, which fought against barbarians who didn’t have the same respect for women.

    I found part of this argument in Chesterton’s A Short History of England:

    Chivalry might be called the baptism of Feudalism. It was an attempt to bring the justice and even the logic of the Catholic creed into a military system which already existed; to turn its discipline into an initiation and its inequalities into a hierarchy. To the comparative grace of the new period belongs, of course, that considerable cultus of the dignity of woman, to which the word “chivalry” is often narrowed, or perhaps exalted. This also was a revolt against one of the worst gaps in the more polished civilization of the Saracens. Moslems denied even souls to women; perhaps from the same instinct which recoiled from the sacred birth, with its inevitable glorification of the mother; perhaps merely because, having originally had tents rather than houses, they had slaves rather than housewives. It is false to say that the chivalric view of women was merely an affectation, except in the sense in which there must always be an affectation where there is an ideal. It is the worst sort of superficiality not to see the pressure of a general sentiment merely because it is always broken up by events; the Crusade itself, for example, is more present and potent as a dream even than as a reality. From the first Plantagenet to the last Lancastrian it haunts the minds of English kings, giving as a background to their battles a mirage of Palestine. So a devotion like that of Edward I. to his queen was quite a real motive in the lives of multitudes of his contemporaries. When crowds of enlightened tourists, setting forth to sneer at the superstitions of the continent, are taking tickets and labelling luggage at the large railway station at the west end of the Strand, I do not know whether they all speak to their wives with a more flowing courtesy than their fathers in Edward’s time, or whether they pause to meditate on the legend of a husband’s sorrow, to be found in the very name of Charing Cross.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Corvinus

    “The rise of chivalry spurred the rise of Western civilization itself, which fought against barbarians who didn’t have the same respect for women.”

    You’re going to have to be clearer as far as who are these “barbarians” and how you define “respect for women”. Vikings, for example, were considered barbaric, I suppose, but the menfolk granted their women tremendous freedom compared to other European societies of that era. Women managed the finances of the family, ran the farm in their husband’s absence. If widowed, they (gasp) could own land and control wealth. Would these actions from your point of view be “disrespectful”?

    Regarding chivalry, historian Jean Charles Leonard de Sismondi responds, “The more closely we look into history, the more clearly shall we perceive that the system of chivalry is an invention almost entirely poetical. It is impossible to distinguish the countries in which it is said to have prevailed. It is always represented as distant from us both in time and place, and whilst the contemporary historians give us a clear, detailed, and complete account of the vices of the court and the great, of the ferocity or corruption of the nobles, and of the servility of the people, we are astonished to find the poets, after a long lapse of time, adorning the very same ages with the most splendid fictions of grace, virtue, and loyalty. The Romance writers of the twelfth century placed the age of chivalry in the time of Charlemagne. The period when these writers existed, is the time pointed out by Francis I. At the present day [about 1810], we imagine we can still see chivalry flourishing in the persons of Du Guesclin and Bayard, under Charles V and Francis I. But when we come to examine either the one period or the other, although we find in each some heroic spirits, we are forced to confess that it is necessary to antedate the age of chivalry, at least three or four centuries before any period of authentic history.”

    I also question whether European “chivalry” entailed men jackbooting the children of their sworn enemies, most notably during the Crusades and during the Age of Exploration.

  195. Daniel Williams–“You’ve got a Jan Brady thing happening here. Do you go to Chateau Heartiste to tell the world what Sailer says and thinks?”

    Well, Mr. Sailer does have a link to CH. Moreover, I’m told that “real men” adhere to his advice, and that CH assuredly informs his readers that Mr. Sailer is “the real deal”. What do YOU think?

    Ben Tillman–“Obviously, Roissy is a short-sighted hedonistic fool.”

    Actually, he would call you a jealous beta for making that remark.

    • Replies: @ben tillman
    @Corvinus


    Ben Tillman–”Obviously, Roissy is a short-sighted hedonistic fool.”

    Actually, he would call you a jealous beta for making that remark.
     
    Ha ha. That's the first thing you've written on this blog that was actually worth reading.

    Replies: @Corvinus

    , @AndrewR
    @Corvinus

    Roissy is certainly very bright but he is utterly degenerate, as are the commenters on his blog.

  196. And in other news, the same people were shocked to learn Italian-Americans love pizza, Deadheads have an affinity for drugs, and Cal Ripken has a serious work ethic.

    Who knew?

  197. @Jack D
    @FactsAreImportant


    new video was just released showing Tamir Rice pulling a gun on a police officer
     
    Link please.

    Tamir might not have been the sharpest pencil in the drawer but what, even by ghetto logic, would the point be of pulling a toy gun on a cop?

    Replies: @FactsAreImportant

    Link please.

    Tamir might not have been the sharpest pencil in the drawer but what, even by ghetto logic, would the point be of pulling a toy gun on a cop?

    Google “tamir rice enhanced video”

    The enhanced video pretty clearly shows Tamir hiking up his right shoulder, pulling something out of his waistband with his right hand, and his left hand pulling up his sweater. The gun can also be seen (just barely) on the ground after he falls.

    I, personally don’t know why he did it, but I also don’t know why he paraded around on the street brandishing the gun for ten minutes before that.

  198. @The Albino Sasquatch
    @Corvinus

    And happy New 2016 to you too, Corv. Still employing your usual schtick. An oldie but a goodie eh? I must say though, although your delivery is great (Bill Maher would envy you) and your timing is perfect, your material...a little long in the tooth, like a sitcom that's overstretched it's ratings highpoint. Hoping for some new stuff from you come the new year. Alas - think I'll no longer bother with your posts Corv my boy. I wish you all the best in your 2016 Trollings!
    Yours sincerely,
    A. Sasquatch.

    Replies: @Corvinus

    It’s really not trollings, it’s more meanderings of truth sprinkled in with sardonic, intellectual barbs. It’s not really in your wheelhouse. You’re more suited for Hekyl and Jeckyl type antics. I wish you the best in trying to improve upon your own material. Too much milquetoast and sugary pleasantries for my palate. But, to each their own…

  199. German_reader says:
    @Anonymous
    @anon

    Ironically, Italy, which stupidly followed Germany into war for reasons of 'national glory', but only got national disgrace, suffered mass rape of literally thousands of Italian women by Moroccans in French employ.
    The f*cking stupid Italians now import Moroccans by the million.
    Germany f*cked them over then - they turned Italy into a battle ground, a prolonged, destructive, gut wrenching battle ground.
    Now Germany is being, literally, f*cked over by some rather nasty, priapic Moroccans, and the current Fuhrerlein is protecting them.

    I simply cannot get over the dumbness of white people. Or the evil of The Economist.

    Replies: @cybele, @oh its just me, @syonredux, @Anonymous, @German_reader

    Yeah, I know about those Moroccans running amok in Italy during WW2. My English grandfather was there, near Caserta in 1944, local Italians complained about the rapes and the pillaging committed by the Moroccans. My grandfather’s unit eventually rounded up some of those Moroccans (on threat they would be shot if they resisted) and beat them with rifle butts until they were bloody…probably killed a few of the bastards. Something like this would be needed today as well, but Germany is such a joke, nothing will happen. Already the main concern of the establishment is once again that this not be “exploited” by right-wingers.

    • Replies: @Thea
    @German_reader

    The US made sure to give the San Bernadino pair a Muslim burial. And tsarnaev a trial.

    Do much hand wringing, time and money wasted when a few hits from a rifle would send a better message.


    In Cologne today they are having a protest... Against racism and sexism. No mention of alien invaders or cultural decay.

  200. @AndrewR
    @Patrick in SC

    I'm not sure Germans spend much time commenting on American domestic politics.

    Replies: @German_reader

    Some actually do, they had a lengthy segment in today’s news about Obama’s plans to restrict gun ownership (of course very much in favour of that).

    • Replies: @AndrewR
    @German_reader

    Ok but how common is that?

    It's extremely rare for US media to discuss domestic politics in other lands.

    Replies: @German_reader

  201. @Anonymous
    @Anonymous

    And apparently you cannot get over inserting the Nazi narrative into everything either.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    Sorry to break it to you, but they were a pretty big deal.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Anonymous

    Still no reason to foist the Nazi angle on every German affair. But of course this is apparently all you know about Germany.

  202. @Anonymous
    NEWSFLASH-- It wasn't just Cologne.

    I spent New Year's eve in Munich with my two (blonde, American) college age daughters. We found a place away from the center for a late dinner and about 11:30 the three of us started making our way to the main square, Marienplatz, to witness the celebration. As we got closer, the volume of fireworks going off increased dramatically (earlier in the day, I noticed in a supermarket a large food case filled with all manner of rockets and firecrackers for sale).The street leading into Marienplatz became increasingly clogged with people, some setting off fireworks, others watching. In the spirit of adventure, we decided to brave the crowds and shoulder through into the square, especially as our hotel lay on the opposite side.

    Once fully in the square, I noticed that there were very few Germans there. Those that were remained on the periphery, watching. Instead, the entire square was filled with thousands of what were obviously young Middle Eastern males. I don't know where they all materialized from as they were very little in evidence on the city streets in the days preceding, nor were they visible at the Christmas markets.

    It was absolute pandemonium in the square with rockets going off in all directions, bouncing off buildings, caroming off the pavement. A couple of guys were holding their faces where they had been hit by ordnance. It seemed too late to turn back once we were inside, so we clung to the edge of the square and shouldered and elbowed our way through, dodging explosives all the way.

    Almost immediately, both my daughters complained of being groped by unseen hands. It was so crowded, it was impossible for me to see anyone specifically doing anything, especially as I was concentrating on just getting us through without being hit by a rocket (although one guy--looked Kazhaki-- did approach me and asked my permission to kiss my daughter!). After that, I took the hand of my younger daughter, pulling her along, bulldozing through. The other one was a bit ahead. By the time we got to the other side and found a small space to pause, both girls told me they had been grabbed and groped numerous times. Butt and breasts grabbed, hair pulled, rude comments... it was an unrestrained testosterone gauntlet. I couldn't say whether many of these swarthy Mideast miscreants were drunk (after all they are Muslim), but a few obviously were. This was really unexpected.

    I saw no police presence in the square at all, but that could have been because a terrorist bomb threat had just come in and they were in the process of closing Munich's main train station (and one other). I suspect similarly unpleasant situations occurred in the crowded squares of many German (and probably Swedish) cities on December 31 that went unreported.

    Incidentally, I am now in Berlin and you would never know they have an immigrant problem in Germany. Ethnically, it's as homogenous here as small town America circa 1957. That's why so many Germans are in denial or supportive of Merkel's welcome policy. They have not been affected in the least. Not yet.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Citizen of a Silly Country, @German_reader

    Interesting, I read some reader’s comment on a German website that also said there was such stuff going on in Munich. This may be worse than I had thought.

    • Replies: @Kylie
    @German_reader

    "Interesting, I read some reader’s comment on a German website that also said there was such stuff going on in Munich. This may be worse than I had thought."

    With all due respect, if it's worse than you thought, what in heaven's name were you thinking?

    Your nation's leader--and a leader of the Western world-- has invited unintelligent, amoral, violent marauders to invade your country where they will be supported by its taxpayers and where they are free to assault its citizens.

    Yes. There are worse things. Merkel could nuke Bavaria as a warning to the rest of Germany that resistance to her policy of importing a human pestilence is futile. Or a comet could strike Germany. But absent those extreme situations, this is about as bad as it gets.

    Replies: @German_reader

  203. @Massimo Heitor
    @iStevefan


    "The problem is how long do we have to wait until ‘they get it’?"
     

    "At this rate we’ll only get enough converts AFTER it is way too late to do anything about it."
     
    Have enough kids. As long as there's a demographic population still alive and surviving they can reorganize and rebuild and it's not too late. Germans may be pushed out of Germany but as long as there are enough still alive to group together, they can establish somewhere.

    Replies: @Friedrich

    “Somewhere”? I am certainly not going to leave Germany. Europe is still 1st choice for culturally sensitive people.

    Why not apply force to get them to leave? Or pay all this uneducated low-IQ, low ability 3rd world scum to leave? Why should we watch thousands of years of civilization getting destroyed by retards?

    Kant and Goethe are turning in their graves.

    • Replies: @Massimo Heitor
    @Friedrich


    Why not apply force to get them to leave? Or pay all this uneducated low-IQ, low ability 3rd world scum to leave?
     
    There isn't the political will to enforce basic borders or push for European ethno states, much less force a mass exile like what Algeria did to their Euro white population. German leaders like Merkel have knowingly pushed hard for mass foreign immigration.

    I'd stress that third worlders aren't "scum", they are humans and deserve basic human rights. But ethnic Germans should have some right to exist as a distinct and segregated group of people as most other major ethnic groups have.

    Why should we watch thousands of years of civilization getting destroyed by retards?
     
    You shouldn't. Find some reasonable course of action to make the world a better place that doesn't involve wanton destruction or oppression.

    Replies: @Anonymous

  204. @Tark Marg
    @ben tillman

    Thanks for your feedback Ben.

    It's true that the parliamentary side in the English civil war was far from your standard issue Marxist study circle. But what I'm trying to show is a trend of constant widening of the circle of political power over time, which I'd suggest flows from a egalitarianist impulse such that the plutocrats did not view themselves as inferior to King Charles. IMO these precedents are also a prerequisite to embolden those seeking further expansions of the circle of power.

    Incidentally, the parliamentary forces had distinctly leftist factions like the diggers and levellers, who nicely foreshadow the continental revolutionaries of the 18th (French Revolution) and 19th century.

    Replies: @5371, @ben tillman

    English history is the worst possible place to look for an “egalitarianist impulse”.
    There were no “leftist factions” in the parliamentary forces. You are missing the religious inspiration of the whole movement, including its most extreme and eccentric splinters. As attitudes changed, later historians forgot what the rebellion had really been about and interpreted it in terms of their own preoccupations with liberty and – later on – class conflict.

    • Replies: @Tark Marg
    @5371

    Thanks for your reply. I certainly can't claim to be an expert in English history, but my reading of this topic seems to support my conclusions. Regarding "leftist factions" in the English civil war, wiki has this about the levellers:

    "The Levellers were a political movement during the English Civil War that emphasised popular sovereignty, extended suffrage, common land ownership, equality before the law, and religious tolerance, all of which were expressed in the manifesto "Agreement of the People". "


    This sounds classically leftist.

    Regarding the diggers:

    "In 1649 Gerrard Winstanley and 14 others published a pamphlet[3] in which they called themselves the "True Levellers" to distinguish their ideas from those of the Levellers. Once they put their idea into practice and started to cultivate common land, both opponents and supporters began to call them "Diggers". The Diggers' beliefs were informed by Winstanley's writings which envisioned an ecological interrelationship between humans and nature, acknowledging the inherent connections between people and their surroundings.[citation needed] Winstanley declared that "true freedom lies where a man receives his nourishment and preservation, and that is in the use of the earth".[6]"

    Another quote from leveller Colonel Thomas Rainborough:

    " I think that the poorest he that is in England hath a life to live as the greatest he, and therefore truly, sir, I think it is clear to every man that is to live under a government ought first by his own consent to put himself under that government.”"

    Of course, both the levellers and diggers were eventually suppressed by Cromwell so their beliefs cannot be taken as representing the parliament's position. But they did fight on the parliamentary side, so it seems to me that they were foreshadowing the future.

    Replies: @anon

    , @al gore rhythms
    @5371

    "English history is the worst possible place to look for an “egalitarianist impulse”.

    The funny thing about an 'egalitarianist impulse' is that it is such an idealistic, sensitive, educated and rareified way of thinking that it probably stems from quite an elitist impulse to begin with.

    Being egalitarian is in itself quite a 'classy' thing to be. It implies that you yourself are giving something up by being that way. If there is no sacrifice in your egalitarianism, then what really is it? If you asked a loser who only took from society why he was a parasite, and he replied 'because I have a very egalitarian impulse, just one that works in my favour' it would seem a bit of a joke.

    So maybe England did have such an impulse. It was just a very snobby one.

  205. @ben tillman
    @Necaviar


    Of all the things to be upset with the Nazis for – and there are many – foremost is that they made it impossible to think and talk clearly about race and culture and genetics.
     
    They did no such thing. To the contrary, it is the people who tell us what lessons we should learn from the Nazi episode who have made it impossible to think and talk clearly about race and culture and genetics.

    Replies: @Necaviar

    That is more or less the same thing.

    • Replies: @ben tillman
    @Necaviar


    That is more or less the same thing.
     
    Less. Much less, as in not at all.

    The event is essentially irrelevant; what maters is the monopoly of the megaphone.

    In November 2013, the NYT published a stupid hit piece (which Steve addressed) scapegoating Dallas conservatives for a Soviet Commie's murder of the President in 1963. They don't need an event that matches the desired narrative.

    Look at Jackie Coakley. Trayvon Martin.

    And what are the real lessons of the Nazi phenomenon? Diversity is dangerous. Diversity is deadly. You can't have genocide without diversity. You can't have genocide without immigration.

    At Nuremberg, the Allied tribunal told us that waging aggressive war was wrong, so at least they got that right for a while, but that's been tossed by the wayside as the megaphone monopolists have cheered on government aggression against Iraq et al.
  206. Maybe the Muslims are attracted to the scent of German women’s cologne?

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @rvg


    Maybe the Muslims are attracted to the scent of German women’s cologne?
     
    That's the origin of it and where it got its name. It was meant to ward off The Black Death.
  207. @5371
    @Tark Marg

    English history is the worst possible place to look for an "egalitarianist impulse".
    There were no "leftist factions" in the parliamentary forces. You are missing the religious inspiration of the whole movement, including its most extreme and eccentric splinters. As attitudes changed, later historians forgot what the rebellion had really been about and interpreted it in terms of their own preoccupations with liberty and - later on - class conflict.

    Replies: @Tark Marg, @al gore rhythms

    Thanks for your reply. I certainly can’t claim to be an expert in English history, but my reading of this topic seems to support my conclusions. Regarding “leftist factions” in the English civil war, wiki has this about the levellers:

    “The Levellers were a political movement during the English Civil War that emphasised popular sovereignty, extended suffrage, common land ownership, equality before the law, and religious tolerance, all of which were expressed in the manifesto “Agreement of the People”. ”

    This sounds classically leftist.

    Regarding the diggers:

    “In 1649 Gerrard Winstanley and 14 others published a pamphlet[3] in which they called themselves the “True Levellers” to distinguish their ideas from those of the Levellers. Once they put their idea into practice and started to cultivate common land, both opponents and supporters began to call them “Diggers”. The Diggers’ beliefs were informed by Winstanley’s writings which envisioned an ecological interrelationship between humans and nature, acknowledging the inherent connections between people and their surroundings.[citation needed] Winstanley declared that “true freedom lies where a man receives his nourishment and preservation, and that is in the use of the earth”.[6]”

    Another quote from leveller Colonel Thomas Rainborough:

    ” I think that the poorest he that is in England hath a life to live as the greatest he, and therefore truly, sir, I think it is clear to every man that is to live under a government ought first by his own consent to put himself under that government.””

    Of course, both the levellers and diggers were eventually suppressed by Cromwell so their beliefs cannot be taken as representing the parliament’s position. But they did fight on the parliamentary side, so it seems to me that they were foreshadowing the future.

    • Replies: @anon
    @Tark Marg


    Of course, both the levellers and diggers were eventually suppressed by Cromwell so their beliefs cannot be taken as representing the parliament’s position. But they did fight on the parliamentary side, so it seems to me that they were foreshadowing the future.
     
    There were three sides in the English part of the ECW (plus others in the Welsh, Scottish and Irish parts).

    1) royalist + everyone must be catholic
    2) parliament + everyone must be anglican
    3) dissenters wanting religious freedom for their groups

    Despite being a minority the dissenters made up the core of Cromwell's army - as being disciplined religious fanatics made them more or less unbeatable.

    After the defeat of the Royalist factions Cromwell tried to make a compromise between Parliament and the dissenter Army but in the end it wasn't possible.

    And yes a lot of those dissenter groups: Levellers, Diggers, Quakers, Shakers etc were archetypal religious egalitarians that made up one strand that went into Leftism - with the Levellers being most clearly so even by the name.

    A lot of them moved to the US.

    (Now I think of it maybe a lot of them moving to the US is why England lagged behind France in revolutionary spirit 150 years later?)

    (I wonder how many of the founding fathers had ancestors who fought in the New Model Army?)

    Replies: @Tark Marg

  208. @george
    Mayor of Cologne says women should have code of conduct to prevent future assault

    The suggested code of conduct includes maintaining an arm’s length distance from strangers, to stick within your own group, to ask bystanders for help or to intervene as a witness, or to inform the police if you are the victim of such an assault.

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/mayor-of-cologne-says-women-should-have-code-of-conduct-to-prevent-future-assault-a6798186.html

    Victims speak out after nightmare New Year in Cologne5
    http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=76f_1452034893

    Replies: @Veracitor, @Expletive Deleted, @Thea

    “ask bystanders for help”
    “let’s you and him fight”
    Ask away, strong independent women who don’t need no steenkin’ man. I won’t be going to jail for assaulting or otherwise offending a member of the Protected Classes.

  209. @Anonymous
    @Anonymous

    Sorry to break it to you, but they were a pretty big deal.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    Still no reason to foist the Nazi angle on every German affair. But of course this is apparently all you know about Germany.

  210. @German_reader
    @anon

    Don't you mean "razzia"?
    "ragazza" is Italian for "girl".

    Replies: @anon

    “razzia” – that’s the one, ty, I’d forgotten it.

  211. @AndrewR
    @Flinders Petrie

    Rotherham showed that feminists would rather be raped by swarthy Muslims than be seen as racists.

    Replies: @James N. Kennett, @Citizen of a Silly Country, @anon

    Rotherham showed that upper middle class feminists would rather working class children be raped than be seen as racists.

    • Agree: Jim Don Bob
  212. @inselaffen
    @pyrrhus

    So how come the whole rest of the former Soviet Bloc has a much healther attitude to immigration etc than the west?
    Including Merkel's Ossi compatriots (who highlight the difference quite particularly when compared to west germans).
    If anything Merkel is just being as 'westerner' as possible.

    Replies: @Whiskey, @anon

    So how come the whole rest of the former Soviet Bloc has a much healther attitude to immigration etc than the west?

    Proof that what’s happening in the West is the result of 60 years of media poisoning,

  213. @Hannah Katz
    I can understand Obama wanting to import lots of Latinos, Hatians, etc. as he can eventually count on most of them voting Democrat.

    But can Merkel really think a bunch of angry Muslim men will ever vote for her party, the Christian Democrats? These mad dogs are not just bad for Germany, they are bad for her party. Dumb...

    Replies: @German_reader, @anon

    The capitalist parties support it because their donors want the cheap labor.
    The socialist parties support it for the votes.
    Europhiles support it for divide and rule.
    Some support it because they want to see the destruction of the european peoples.

  214. anon • Disclaimer says:
    @Tark Marg
    Unless the causative factors behind this PC lunacy are clearly explained, it'll be impossible to effectively counter it. Here is my attempt to do so.

    As I see it, the West is suffering from a condition I'll call empathobesity.

    For a long time, an egalitarian, empathetic impulse was an asset in the West as it created an ever expanding educated and productive class of citizens by expanding political franchise from monarchs to lords to wealthy commoners to middle class men to all men to all adults, followed by welfare and universal healthcare etc.
    To illustrate using the example of England, starting with the Magna Carta in 1215, we have the English civil war in 1642, the glorious revolution in 1688, Habeas Corpus, the reform acts of the 19th century, the representation of the people acts of the early 20th, feminism, Welfare, the sexual revolution, mass migration, gay rights, animal rights, transgender rights and so on.

    Initially these steps have had a positive payoff as they expanded the class of educated people able to undertake scientific and industrial progress. This is why the scientific and industrial revolutions occurred in England where also we see the first diffusion of political power with the Magna Carta in 1215.

    Over time, this empathetic, egalitarianist impulse has calcified into a dogma. Probably in the early to mid 20th century, this dogma has run into diminishing and even negative returns.

    Thus, the extension of empathy to adherents of a hostile religion is likely to be a major drag, not gain, a point well proven by this incident. The mass importation of low skilled illegal immigrants will not enhance the economic welfare of the recipient nation.

    The feminist movement initially increased the pool of educated workers, but by eschewing reproduction, have condemned the West to declining human and financial resources just as the mass of poorly educated and integrated aliens, especially in Europe, starts to spike.

    Yet, like an obese person compelled by instinct to eat in excess, the West cannot shake off its pathological empathy (hence empathobesity).

    I've made this argument in more detail at tarkmarg.blogspot.com. Please have a look and see if you find it convincing.

    Replies: @ben tillman, @anon, @Citizen of a Silly Country

    For a long time, an egalitarian, empathetic impulse was an asset in the West…

    I think that’s the gist of it and over time that impulse would have extended to an anti (unfounded) racism however that impulse was explicitly redirected into an all encompassing anti-racism by the electronic media who filtered the facts of the matter to create the desired end result i.e. censorship of anti-white racism combined with a magnification of white racism.

    The result is the current PC religion based on and driven by a completely falsified set of data.

  215. @ben tillman
    @AndrewR


    And if these were “genuine refugees”? Then Germans would just have to endure it, no matter what?
     
    Genuine refugees are just people on the losing side of a conflict. That doesn't turn them into angels.

    Replies: @Rob McX, @AndrewR

    I said nothing about angels.

  216. anon • Disclaimer says:
    @Steve Sailer
    @2Mintzin1

    "She probably spent too much time reading “Soul On Ice” in college."

    Brownmiller told People magazine in 1975 that the Left glorifying black-on-white rape via "Soul on Ice" was a contributor to the rape problem that had gotten worse over the previous decade.

    Brownmiller deserves a reassessment. A lot of what she was responding to was the big increase in violent crime, including rape, in the 1960s and 1970s and a fair amount of her advice was practical to prevent women from becoming crime victims: e.g., get a heavy chain on your door, don't open it to strange men knocking on your door, etc.

    Replies: @anon

    The internal “Great Migration” in the US ought to have followed the same pattern as international blue-collar migration has had in Europe…

    disproportionately young male at first and concentrated in certain areas at a time leading to…

    – violent competition over females
    – gang violence
    – sexual violence
    – forced prostitution

  217. @Steve Sailer
    @JDG1980

    Here's an excerpt from an interview Susan Brownmiller gave People magazine in 1975:

    Q. What were some of your major misconceptions?

    A. "Those of anyone growing up in the liberal New York City milieu. To me, rape was a screaming vindictive white woman and a framed black man. I had no sympathy or identification with rape victims. It was all the fault of women who led men on.

    Q. What do statistics show?

    A. "That most rape is black on black, that it is basically an intraclass, intraracial crime because of opportunity. But there is a definite rise in the percentage of interracial rape. "

    Q. Why is it increasing?

    A. "It's part and parcel of increasing violence rather than sex, partly because the criminal population is rising and becoming more adventurous. I think writers like Eldridge Cleaver and Franz Fanon, who tried to give rape an ideological justification, didn't help. They tried to justify interracial rape as some sort of political act. It's typical of the left to make a convicted rapist a hero."

    http://www.people.com/people/archive/article/0,,20065841,00.html

    Replies: @anon, @Yngvar, @Clyde

    That most rape is black on black

    Quite. The biggest single victim group of the inner city black gang culture are 14 year old black girls.

    The media won’t report it because it messes up their anti-white narrative.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
    @anon

    "Quite. The biggest single victim group of the inner city black gang culture are 14 year old black girls. The media won’t report it because it messes up their anti-white narrative."

    I imagine then you have the numbers to back up your claim...

    Replies: @ben tillman, @Brutusale

  218. @rvg
    Maybe the Muslims are attracted to the scent of German women's cologne?

    Replies: @Anonymous

    Maybe the Muslims are attracted to the scent of German women’s cologne?

    That’s the origin of it and where it got its name. It was meant to ward off The Black Death.

  219. @Olorin
    @dearieme

    Some of the worst (meaning most enthusiastic and accomplished) politicians IME are in the +.75 SD range of IQ--100 to about 110. Same as the worst (meaning most enthusiastic and accomplished) bureaucrats.

    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-2PSa3AzxskQ/T6ww3aqpaWI/AAAAAAAAJQU/E32VFSHOamU/s1600/group-differences.jpg

    Just bright enough to work the system and manipulate the less bright and those in their own range, which amounts to about 80% of the total population. Not bright enough to see the consequences of their actions.

    Possessing fairly base motives, like desire for popularity, to offset the meager hostilities they've experienced for being a little smart and the resentment they have of the brighter fraction.

    Wanting to be like the dead-nuts-on-mean-IQ jocks (e.g.)...unable to.

    In Merkel's case, add the element of being a female nobody wanted to mate with. She's got to distinguish herself somehow. There's something psychosexually very weird about her importing masses of swarthy young virile mean-IQ-85ish types. Seems absolutely designed to get even with white German men. And the white German women who got what she didn't (spouse, children, family),.

    Of course I don't know what Merkel's IQ is. Anybody got any references or estimates?

    I guess the other possibility is that she's bright enough to qualify for the top 20%, which can bring its own set of problems. But the fact that she started out as a commie tells me that she's more of the apparatchik class who soared high on the female vote and the Tulip Mania of gynephilia.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Wilkey, @anon

    Merkel’s husband

    Judging by the body language I wouldn’t be surprised if he was an influence on her.

  220. anon • Disclaimer says:
    @Tark Marg
    @5371

    Thanks for your reply. I certainly can't claim to be an expert in English history, but my reading of this topic seems to support my conclusions. Regarding "leftist factions" in the English civil war, wiki has this about the levellers:

    "The Levellers were a political movement during the English Civil War that emphasised popular sovereignty, extended suffrage, common land ownership, equality before the law, and religious tolerance, all of which were expressed in the manifesto "Agreement of the People". "


    This sounds classically leftist.

    Regarding the diggers:

    "In 1649 Gerrard Winstanley and 14 others published a pamphlet[3] in which they called themselves the "True Levellers" to distinguish their ideas from those of the Levellers. Once they put their idea into practice and started to cultivate common land, both opponents and supporters began to call them "Diggers". The Diggers' beliefs were informed by Winstanley's writings which envisioned an ecological interrelationship between humans and nature, acknowledging the inherent connections between people and their surroundings.[citation needed] Winstanley declared that "true freedom lies where a man receives his nourishment and preservation, and that is in the use of the earth".[6]"

    Another quote from leveller Colonel Thomas Rainborough:

    " I think that the poorest he that is in England hath a life to live as the greatest he, and therefore truly, sir, I think it is clear to every man that is to live under a government ought first by his own consent to put himself under that government.”"

    Of course, both the levellers and diggers were eventually suppressed by Cromwell so their beliefs cannot be taken as representing the parliament's position. But they did fight on the parliamentary side, so it seems to me that they were foreshadowing the future.

    Replies: @anon

    Of course, both the levellers and diggers were eventually suppressed by Cromwell so their beliefs cannot be taken as representing the parliament’s position. But they did fight on the parliamentary side, so it seems to me that they were foreshadowing the future.

    There were three sides in the English part of the ECW (plus others in the Welsh, Scottish and Irish parts).

    1) royalist + everyone must be catholic
    2) parliament + everyone must be anglican
    3) dissenters wanting religious freedom for their groups

    Despite being a minority the dissenters made up the core of Cromwell’s army – as being disciplined religious fanatics made them more or less unbeatable.

    After the defeat of the Royalist factions Cromwell tried to make a compromise between Parliament and the dissenter Army but in the end it wasn’t possible.

    And yes a lot of those dissenter groups: Levellers, Diggers, Quakers, Shakers etc were archetypal religious egalitarians that made up one strand that went into Leftism – with the Levellers being most clearly so even by the name.

    A lot of them moved to the US.

    (Now I think of it maybe a lot of them moving to the US is why England lagged behind France in revolutionary spirit 150 years later?)

    (I wonder how many of the founding fathers had ancestors who fought in the New Model Army?)

    • Replies: @Tark Marg
    @anon

    Thanks for the perspective. Do you think my overall hypothesis makes sense? You can view it in full at tarkmarg.blogspot.com.

    Also it'd be nice if you could point me to some authoritative references about the history of England over the past few centuries.

    Replies: @ben tillman

  221. @Mark Spahn (West Seneca, NY)
    @anon

    "what’s that word for a slave raid – ragaza or something?"

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Razzia
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghazi_(warrior)

    Replies: @anon

    ty

  222. @ecum
    A lot of xenophobic racism on this board. You can't blame a whole group for the actions of a few. This was only a 1000 of millions of Muslims in Europe. Less than one percent

    Replies: @Dave Pinsen, @ben tillman, @James N. Kennett, @Johnny Smoggins

    A lot of xenophobic racism on this board. You can’t blame a whole group for the actions of a few. This was only a 1000 of millions of Muslims in Europe. Less than one percent.

    Even if this is true, we cannot distinguish the 1% from the 99% until they commit crimes. This is especially true when they cross our borders en masse.

    Even when crimes are committed, we are unable to deport the criminals. In fact, we don’t even send them to prison. The Cologne police declared that they knew who the criminals were, because they are the same multitude who had been arrested earlier for pickpocketing in the same area.

    Compare and contrast with the genuine refugees who fled Nazi Germany. Did 1% of them go on a mass crime spree when they arrived in a new country? Was there a single such refugee who used guns or bombs to commit random slaughter in a holy war against his new hosts?

    You don’t need to be xenophobic or racist to see that the arrival of a million migrants from dysfunctional societies is not necessarily to our advantage. The unqualified welcome extended by the likes of Merkel is the sign of a society that has lost the will to live. Africans and Middle Easterners sense that Western Europe is theirs for the taking, and they are not wrong.

  223. @Percy Gryce
    @iffen


    Looks like Germany needs to follow Norway’s lead and conduct some “No Rapin’” classes.
     
    Featuring German rapist Hänsel Monahan?

    Replies: @iffen

    Well yeah, you don’t expect to see Muhammad Al Muhammad in the starring role, do you?

    • Agree: Percy Gryce
  224. anon • Disclaimer says:

    English writer G.K. Chesterton believed that the rise of chivalry, starting in the early Middle Ages, came with the veneration of the Virgin Mary. The protection of women, motherhood and the veneration of the Virgin Mary go hand-in-hand.

    The HBD angle to that might be

    – exogamous marriage practise is enhanced if females are able to move about freely
    – endogamous marriage practise is enhanced if females are terrorized into staying at home

    so the rise of chivalry might tie into the shift in marriage practise.

    • Replies: @Expletive Deleted
    @anon

    The English have always been keen on that sort of thing, particularly under Christian influence.


    "wheresoever the dominion of King Edwin extended, that, as is still proverbially said, a woman with her new-born babe might walk throughout the island, from sea to sea, without receiving any harm." -Bede, HEC&P
     
    Of course, as the fifth Bretwalda, everyone was balls-achingly keen not to get in his bad books, even the Welsh. He hadn't always been a Christian ...

    Replies: @PiltdownMan

  225. @Tark Marg
    Unless the causative factors behind this PC lunacy are clearly explained, it'll be impossible to effectively counter it. Here is my attempt to do so.

    As I see it, the West is suffering from a condition I'll call empathobesity.

    For a long time, an egalitarian, empathetic impulse was an asset in the West as it created an ever expanding educated and productive class of citizens by expanding political franchise from monarchs to lords to wealthy commoners to middle class men to all men to all adults, followed by welfare and universal healthcare etc.
    To illustrate using the example of England, starting with the Magna Carta in 1215, we have the English civil war in 1642, the glorious revolution in 1688, Habeas Corpus, the reform acts of the 19th century, the representation of the people acts of the early 20th, feminism, Welfare, the sexual revolution, mass migration, gay rights, animal rights, transgender rights and so on.

    Initially these steps have had a positive payoff as they expanded the class of educated people able to undertake scientific and industrial progress. This is why the scientific and industrial revolutions occurred in England where also we see the first diffusion of political power with the Magna Carta in 1215.

    Over time, this empathetic, egalitarianist impulse has calcified into a dogma. Probably in the early to mid 20th century, this dogma has run into diminishing and even negative returns.

    Thus, the extension of empathy to adherents of a hostile religion is likely to be a major drag, not gain, a point well proven by this incident. The mass importation of low skilled illegal immigrants will not enhance the economic welfare of the recipient nation.

    The feminist movement initially increased the pool of educated workers, but by eschewing reproduction, have condemned the West to declining human and financial resources just as the mass of poorly educated and integrated aliens, especially in Europe, starts to spike.

    Yet, like an obese person compelled by instinct to eat in excess, the West cannot shake off its pathological empathy (hence empathobesity).

    I've made this argument in more detail at tarkmarg.blogspot.com. Please have a look and see if you find it convincing.

    Replies: @ben tillman, @anon, @Citizen of a Silly Country

    I agree with Ben, but I still think that your overall theory has a lot of merit. Well done.

    I also believe that NW Europeans evolved to favor certain traits – empathy and non-tribalism in particular – from around 1000 to, well, quite recently. I think that this allowed them to work together on a scale that tribal societies simply couldn’t match. You combine that ability to work in very large organizations with the technological advances of Europe over that time, and you get one kick-ass force.

    Starting around 1500, this potent combination hit on a global scale. NW Europeans ran rough shod over the Earth for nearly 500 years. What a run. However, the moral underpinnings started to erode as the Enlightenment moved toward natural rights and universal rights. That slow moral decline was vastly accelerated with the Great White Civil War (WWI and WWII), which made many white intellectuals question their society and people.

    So, you have whites already faltering when technology allows for mass communication and easy travel. Our biological evolution and moral code (universal rights) left (and leave) us wide open to being inundated by the the Third World hordes. The vast majority of whites simply have no psychological defense, especially when our media and academia is controlled by a combination of a bitter outside tribe and the most empathetic of whites.

    As the Derb says, We are doomed!

    However, I have to believe that some white will make it through all of this. Of course, those whites will be different, far less empathetic and much more tribal. Evolution at work.

    • Replies: @JEGG
    @Citizen of a Silly Country

    I basically agree with your analysis except I think you are leaving out an important reason why psychological defenses are missing in the vast majority of whites. This reason is that white culture has become overly feminized and looks out for individuals and not for society overall.

    , @Tark Marg
    @Citizen of a Silly Country

    Thanks.

    Please try to spread the word. In particular I'd recommend popularizing the word "empathobesity" to refer to this condition because naming a condition is the first step to understanding and curing it.

  226. @Anonymous
    @jb

    Where have you been all your life?

    Compare and contrast saturation Trayvon or Michael Brown hysteria to the Wichita massacre, that is if you have even have heard of the Wichita massacre.

    Replies: @ATate

    The Law and Order SVU Season 4 Episode called “Dominance” was based on this case. Guess who played the murderers?

    Well, you don’t have to guess you just already know.

  227. Keith Vaz [AKA "Sir Charles Pipkins"] says:
    @Anonymous
    @Jefferson

    Any white who cannot see the 'name of the game' before all that 'black lives matter' crap, is simply to dumb to live.

    Replies: @Keith Vaz

    That’s 90% of White women.

  228. @German_reader
    @Anonymous

    Yeah, I know about those Moroccans running amok in Italy during WW2. My English grandfather was there, near Caserta in 1944, local Italians complained about the rapes and the pillaging committed by the Moroccans. My grandfather's unit eventually rounded up some of those Moroccans (on threat they would be shot if they resisted) and beat them with rifle butts until they were bloody...probably killed a few of the bastards. Something like this would be needed today as well, but Germany is such a joke, nothing will happen. Already the main concern of the establishment is once again that this not be "exploited" by right-wingers.

    Replies: @Thea

    The US made sure to give the San Bernadino pair a Muslim burial. And tsarnaev a trial.

    Do much hand wringing, time and money wasted when a few hits from a rifle would send a better message.

    In Cologne today they are having a protest… Against racism and sexism. No mention of alien invaders or cultural decay.

  229. @German_reader
    @AndrewR

    Some actually do, they had a lengthy segment in today's news about Obama's plans to restrict gun ownership (of course very much in favour of that).

    Replies: @AndrewR

    Ok but how common is that?

    It’s extremely rare for US media to discuss domestic politics in other lands.

    • Replies: @German_reader
    @AndrewR

    Well yes, but the US has an exceptional position as hegemon, Americans can afford not to care about the rest of the world. But German media is quite obsessed about the US...they are of course resolutely trans-atlantic in their basic orientation, but very, very concerned about gun violence (in their view the fault of right-wing rednecks) and racism (in their view pretty much unchanged since about 1915, they totally buy into BLM).
    In the 1990s the death penalty was also a prominent subject though that has somewhat faded out of view in recent years.

    Replies: @Kylie, @AndrewR, @Reg Cæsar

  230. @tbraton
    @Brutusale

    As I recall, several of the 9/11 hijackers were whooping it up in some bars in Deerfield Beach, Florida. I guess you need a few drinks under your belt if you're going to hook up soon with 72 virgins.

    Replies: @Brutusale

    According to a client of mine up in Portland, ME, Atta and Alomari, two of the 9/11 hijackers, spent a good bit of their last night on Earth at Mark’s Showplace, a strip joint in Portland, after hitting a couple ATMs.

    They flew to Boston from the Portland Jetport on 9/11.

  231. @German_reader
    @Anonymous

    Interesting, I read some reader's comment on a German website that also said there was such stuff going on in Munich. This may be worse than I had thought.

    Replies: @Kylie

    “Interesting, I read some reader’s comment on a German website that also said there was such stuff going on in Munich. This may be worse than I had thought.”

    With all due respect, if it’s worse than you thought, what in heaven’s name were you thinking?

    Your nation’s leader–and a leader of the Western world– has invited unintelligent, amoral, violent marauders to invade your country where they will be supported by its taxpayers and where they are free to assault its citizens.

    Yes. There are worse things. Merkel could nuke Bavaria as a warning to the rest of Germany that resistance to her policy of importing a human pestilence is futile. Or a comet could strike Germany. But absent those extreme situations, this is about as bad as it gets.

    • Replies: @German_reader
    @Kylie

    "With all due respect, if it’s worse than you thought, what in heaven’s name were you thinking? "

    Well I would have thought that at least in Bavaria (which unlike rotten, leftie-dominated North-Rhine-Westphalia is normally a well-functioning state) police would bring those savages under control, but maybe I was mistaken. But hey, I have no illusions how bad all of this is...I'm one of the sane ones in Germany!

    Replies: @Kylie

  232. @Anonymous

    OT: The Week: I stopped reading white male authors last year. Here's what I learned.

    A funny thing happens when you spend the better part of a year reading and watching Western men — you start to notice who is in charge.

    Last April, my frustration with the homogeneity of easily accessible art made me swear off reading or watching anything by white men until 2016. Instead, I chose to spend the year immersing myself in stories by anyone but white, Western directors and authors (you can read the rules I had to follow here and see the list of books I read here)...

    Despite the uphill battle, some of the best books published this year have been by people of color — Ta-Nehisi Coates' Between the World and Me, Marlon James' A Brief History of Seven Killings, Hanya Yanagihara's A Little Life have all received critical acclaimed...

    In other words, if the lists of the best books of 2015 prove anything, it's that my challenge was still too easy: Despite the hurdles, women are relatively actually easy and accessible to read, for men and women alike. A true challenge would be focusing on the voices that still go unheard— even when you put the white men on mute.

    Jeva Lange (white girl) is a staff writer at TheWeek.com. She is also the managing editor of the Bennington Review and an alumnus of Bennington College. A Seattle native, Jeva now lives in New York City. Follow her on Twitter.

    http://theweek.com/articles/595520/stopped-reading-white-male-authors-last-year-heres-what-learned
     

    Replies: @syonredux, @Thea

    Lives in NYC(whee), hates her father, has no white sons

  233. @FactsAreImportant
    @nglaer


    Times has picked it up.
     
    The top "Reader's Picks" comments on the NYT article are monolithic. My favorite:

    Your readers, dear New York Times, will never forget how you, and other liberal outlets, turned your pages and reporting into non-stop advocacy for immigration.

    And your readers again and again pointed out the lunacy of allowing hundreds of thousands of young men from a culture with little respect for the dignity of women to pour into Europe.

    As you see the extreme right rise in Europe, please keep in mind how much you aided its rise.

    701 recommend

     

    Also:

    I am so inflamed by this article I am surprised I am not on fire.

    351 Recommend
     

    The top "NYT Pick", however (with a whopping 41 recommends!), is pro-refugee.

    Replies: @res

    Thanks for posting this. It helped me understand the current state of those comments. I just clicked on that link and the top 5 reader’s picks were all NYT picks as well (from 900-1700+ recommends). All of these were at least skeptical about immigration. I thought I had entered an alternate reality (surely the Overton window has not moved that much at the NYT). After reading your post I looked more closely and saw the much harsher comments you quoted just below the top five. I guess when the NYT position is too unpopular it is necessary to give some publicity to the “sane/civil enemy” to prevent the really incriminating views being seen. Encouraging.

  234. @ecum
    A lot of xenophobic racism on this board. You can't blame a whole group for the actions of a few. This was only a 1000 of millions of Muslims in Europe. Less than one percent

    Replies: @Dave Pinsen, @ben tillman, @James N. Kennett, @Johnny Smoggins

    So do you mean that elsewhere on that night as well as during the rest of 2015 not a single crime was committed by muslim men in Europe? Not a single woman sexually harassed or worse?

  235. @george
    Mayor of Cologne says women should have code of conduct to prevent future assault

    The suggested code of conduct includes maintaining an arm’s length distance from strangers, to stick within your own group, to ask bystanders for help or to intervene as a witness, or to inform the police if you are the victim of such an assault.

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/mayor-of-cologne-says-women-should-have-code-of-conduct-to-prevent-future-assault-a6798186.html

    Victims speak out after nightmare New Year in Cologne5
    http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=76f_1452034893

    Replies: @Veracitor, @Expletive Deleted, @Thea

    She is admitting that this unprecedented attack is the new normal. Get used to it ladies of Germany

    • Agree: Kylie
  236. I kind of get the female response to feel sympathetic towards these refugees but I’m at a loss to understand why a normal German man would support it. Yet polls continually show Merkel has significant support.

    Unlike the Turkish migration before which saw young couples move to Germany, this migration is dominated by young males with poor job prospects & even poorer dating options. Whatever your inclination towards refugees that alone should have given Merkel & European leaders pause.

    Now they are stuck. You can’t deport one million people thousands of miles away. Well atleast she won Time person of the year, so there’s that.

    • Replies: @Bad memories
    @Ed


    I kind of get the female response to feel sympathetic towards these refugees but I’m at a loss to understand why a normal German man would support it. Yet polls continually show Merkel has significant support.
     
    Once German women realize they have all been Merkeled, they will change their tunes. You do remember that Hitler got into power on the female vote, don't you?

    Now they are stuck. You can’t deport one million people thousands of miles away. Well atleast she won Time person of the year, so there’s that.
     
    There are many solutions. The German people are very inventive. Some of them will be painful. Better for the invaders to self-deport.
    , @Anonymous
    @Ed

    One must remember that the million plus 'migrants' Germany foolishly took in this coast year alone - and now who they are trying to palm off by threats and bribes to other weaker, poorer EU states - are overwhelmingly strong, young fit men of 'fighting age'.
    It also must be remembered that in toto, there are not, in combination, one million police officers, armed forces personnel or other agents of law enforcement in Germany.
    In other words, any talk of 'mass deportation' is pure bullshit, unless you want to unleash a bloody civil war.

  237. German_reader says:
    @Kylie
    @German_reader

    "Interesting, I read some reader’s comment on a German website that also said there was such stuff going on in Munich. This may be worse than I had thought."

    With all due respect, if it's worse than you thought, what in heaven's name were you thinking?

    Your nation's leader--and a leader of the Western world-- has invited unintelligent, amoral, violent marauders to invade your country where they will be supported by its taxpayers and where they are free to assault its citizens.

    Yes. There are worse things. Merkel could nuke Bavaria as a warning to the rest of Germany that resistance to her policy of importing a human pestilence is futile. Or a comet could strike Germany. But absent those extreme situations, this is about as bad as it gets.

    Replies: @German_reader

    “With all due respect, if it’s worse than you thought, what in heaven’s name were you thinking? ”

    Well I would have thought that at least in Bavaria (which unlike rotten, leftie-dominated North-Rhine-Westphalia is normally a well-functioning state) police would bring those savages under control, but maybe I was mistaken. But hey, I have no illusions how bad all of this is…I’m one of the sane ones in Germany!

    • Replies: @Kylie
    @German_reader

    Point taken. I picked Bavaria as the state Merkel might nuke because I understood that it's less leftist than the rest of Germany.

    I'm 1/4 German and find the situation there horrifying. Please stay safe and keep us posted.

  238. @Friedrich
    @Massimo Heitor

    "Somewhere"? I am certainly not going to leave Germany. Europe is still 1st choice for culturally sensitive people.

    Why not apply force to get them to leave? Or pay all this uneducated low-IQ, low ability 3rd world scum to leave? Why should we watch thousands of years of civilization getting destroyed by retards?

    Kant and Goethe are turning in their graves.

    Replies: @Massimo Heitor

    Why not apply force to get them to leave? Or pay all this uneducated low-IQ, low ability 3rd world scum to leave?

    There isn’t the political will to enforce basic borders or push for European ethno states, much less force a mass exile like what Algeria did to their Euro white population. German leaders like Merkel have knowingly pushed hard for mass foreign immigration.

    I’d stress that third worlders aren’t “scum”, they are humans and deserve basic human rights. But ethnic Germans should have some right to exist as a distinct and segregated group of people as most other major ethnic groups have.

    Why should we watch thousands of years of civilization getting destroyed by retards?

    You shouldn’t. Find some reasonable course of action to make the world a better place that doesn’t involve wanton destruction or oppression.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Massimo Heitor

    Yep.

    It always puzzles me the way the left, in general, is so keen to assert the nationalistic right of the Palestinian people to live in their hereditary Palestinian state - presumably that much hated 'right' of ancient blood and soil applies in that case - but decries any attempt of European peoples to defend their ancient, ancestral motherlands as the ultimate anathema possible.
    At bes tthe left is dumb. Dumb dumb dumb.
    At worst, they are disgusting hypocrites.

    Replies: @Massimo Heitor

  239. German_reader says:
    @AndrewR
    @German_reader

    Ok but how common is that?

    It's extremely rare for US media to discuss domestic politics in other lands.

    Replies: @German_reader

    Well yes, but the US has an exceptional position as hegemon, Americans can afford not to care about the rest of the world. But German media is quite obsessed about the US…they are of course resolutely trans-atlantic in their basic orientation, but very, very concerned about gun violence (in their view the fault of right-wing rednecks) and racism (in their view pretty much unchanged since about 1915, they totally buy into BLM).
    In the 1990s the death penalty was also a prominent subject though that has somewhat faded out of view in recent years.

    • Replies: @Kylie
    @German_reader

    I was reading the English version of Der Spiegel a few years ago and what I presume to be German commenters were very upset about white Americans' racism toward black Americans. The Germans apparently thought nearly half the U.S. population is black.

    In your estimation, do most Germans know blacks are only about 13% of the U.S. population?

    Replies: @German_reader

    , @AndrewR
    @German_reader

    As hegemon we can, relative to other lands, better afford to not care much about other lands' foreign policies.

    But even people in the weakest states have no more reason to care about our domestic policy than we do about theirs.

    I fail to understand how any German could think that American gun laws affect them in any way unless they or a loved one live in or travel to America.

    Replies: @anon, @SFG

    , @Reg Cæsar
    @German_reader


    ...but very, very concerned about gun violence (in their view the fault of right-wing rednecks)
     
    They should read the 1832 Virginia law that began "No free negro or mulatto shall be suffered to keep or carry any firelock of any kind..."

    It was written by "right-wing rednecks".

    Replies: @iffen

  240. German reader, isn’t this enough to break the hold of PC, which is at base a fraudulent ideology? I mean at some point, don’t people’s minds change, especially when concrete interests like order and security are threatened? . It’s not like a religion or something. Or maybe it is, after only a generation.

    It’s a mile wide, and an inch deep. Humans are flexible strategizers, and the inflection point between perceived winning teams winds up looking like a “black swan,” when really it was no more complicated than every Soviet citizen loving the party, until they no longer feared hating it.

    If multiculturalism is a religion, it’s a pitiful excuse for one. The fairy tales from 1-2k years ago offer far more fulfillment.

    Rotherham showed that feminists would rather be raped by swarthy Muslims than be seen as racists.

    No, Rotherham showed that feminists would rather ignore rape of young girls by swarthy Muslims than be seen as racists.

    Of all the things to be upset with the Nazis for – and there are many – foremost is that they made it impossible to think and talk clearly about race and culture and genetics.

    Pigswallow. Commies were all about egalitarianism, blank-slatism, and “anti-racism,” and they killed far more people than the Nazis did.

    They did no such thing. To the contrary, it is the people who tell us what lessons we should learn from the Nazi episode who have made it impossible to think and talk clearly about race and culture and genetics.

    Precisely.

    That is more or less the same thing.

    Nonsense. Given a different elite, we’d be talking about how lucky we are that Communism made it impossible to support egalitarianism, blank-slatism, multiculturalism and “anti-racism.”

  241. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @Massimo Heitor
    @Friedrich


    Why not apply force to get them to leave? Or pay all this uneducated low-IQ, low ability 3rd world scum to leave?
     
    There isn't the political will to enforce basic borders or push for European ethno states, much less force a mass exile like what Algeria did to their Euro white population. German leaders like Merkel have knowingly pushed hard for mass foreign immigration.

    I'd stress that third worlders aren't "scum", they are humans and deserve basic human rights. But ethnic Germans should have some right to exist as a distinct and segregated group of people as most other major ethnic groups have.

    Why should we watch thousands of years of civilization getting destroyed by retards?
     
    You shouldn't. Find some reasonable course of action to make the world a better place that doesn't involve wanton destruction or oppression.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    Yep.

    It always puzzles me the way the left, in general, is so keen to assert the nationalistic right of the Palestinian people to live in their hereditary Palestinian state – presumably that much hated ‘right’ of ancient blood and soil applies in that case – but decries any attempt of European peoples to defend their ancient, ancestral motherlands as the ultimate anathema possible.
    At bes tthe left is dumb. Dumb dumb dumb.
    At worst, they are disgusting hypocrites.

    • Replies: @Massimo Heitor
    @Anonymous


    It always puzzles me the way the left, in general, is so keen to assert the nationalistic right of the Palestinian people to live in their hereditary Palestinian state
     
    I completely agree with you. I find more egregious the issue of Sunni Arab oil wealth.

    When Sunni Muslim Arabs from Syria are in crisis, the world expects working class white communities in Europe to make giant sacrifices so that the Sunni Muslim Arabs born into millions or billions of oil money can keep their lavish excesses. That is just beyond weird.
  242. @Ed
    I kind of get the female response to feel sympathetic towards these refugees but I'm at a loss to understand why a normal German man would support it. Yet polls continually show Merkel has significant support.

    Unlike the Turkish migration before which saw young couples move to Germany, this migration is dominated by young males with poor job prospects & even poorer dating options. Whatever your inclination towards refugees that alone should have given Merkel & European leaders pause.

    Now they are stuck. You can't deport one million people thousands of miles away. Well atleast she won Time person of the year, so there's that.

    Replies: @Bad memories, @Anonymous

    I kind of get the female response to feel sympathetic towards these refugees but I’m at a loss to understand why a normal German man would support it. Yet polls continually show Merkel has significant support.

    Once German women realize they have all been Merkeled, they will change their tunes. You do remember that Hitler got into power on the female vote, don’t you?

    Now they are stuck. You can’t deport one million people thousands of miles away. Well atleast she won Time person of the year, so there’s that.

    There are many solutions. The German people are very inventive. Some of them will be painful. Better for the invaders to self-deport.

  243. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @Ed
    I kind of get the female response to feel sympathetic towards these refugees but I'm at a loss to understand why a normal German man would support it. Yet polls continually show Merkel has significant support.

    Unlike the Turkish migration before which saw young couples move to Germany, this migration is dominated by young males with poor job prospects & even poorer dating options. Whatever your inclination towards refugees that alone should have given Merkel & European leaders pause.

    Now they are stuck. You can't deport one million people thousands of miles away. Well atleast she won Time person of the year, so there's that.

    Replies: @Bad memories, @Anonymous

    One must remember that the million plus ‘migrants’ Germany foolishly took in this coast year alone – and now who they are trying to palm off by threats and bribes to other weaker, poorer EU states – are overwhelmingly strong, young fit men of ‘fighting age’.
    It also must be remembered that in toto, there are not, in combination, one million police officers, armed forces personnel or other agents of law enforcement in Germany.
    In other words, any talk of ‘mass deportation’ is pure bullshit, unless you want to unleash a bloody civil war.

  244. @5371
    @Tark Marg

    English history is the worst possible place to look for an "egalitarianist impulse".
    There were no "leftist factions" in the parliamentary forces. You are missing the religious inspiration of the whole movement, including its most extreme and eccentric splinters. As attitudes changed, later historians forgot what the rebellion had really been about and interpreted it in terms of their own preoccupations with liberty and - later on - class conflict.

    Replies: @Tark Marg, @al gore rhythms

    “English history is the worst possible place to look for an “egalitarianist impulse”.

    The funny thing about an ‘egalitarianist impulse’ is that it is such an idealistic, sensitive, educated and rareified way of thinking that it probably stems from quite an elitist impulse to begin with.

    Being egalitarian is in itself quite a ‘classy’ thing to be. It implies that you yourself are giving something up by being that way. If there is no sacrifice in your egalitarianism, then what really is it? If you asked a loser who only took from society why he was a parasite, and he replied ‘because I have a very egalitarian impulse, just one that works in my favour’ it would seem a bit of a joke.

    So maybe England did have such an impulse. It was just a very snobby one.

  245. @Jack D
    @Anon

    Fair enough, except that very few of the Arabs pouring into Europe are refugees. The troublemakers in Cologne weren't even refugees - they were N. Africans.

    Replies: @Erik Sieven

    thats wrong. Several North African countries are in the top ten of countries from which most of the refugees came in 2015. Especially the numbers of refugees from Marocco have been rising fast in recent weeks, according to official data. Also lot of Syrians in Germany are actually North Africans with fake Syrian passports.
    In several german cities a large group of North African men have made problems with very brutal robbing and stealing, as well as drug dealing, they are almost exclusively refugees. It is much likely that those did the groping in New Years Night were connected to them.
    Also alle of those who were checked that night in Cologne were refugees, according to a police officer who was there.
    Nobody can know this for sure right now, but its much likely that only a few of those thousand men in Cologne that night were NOT refugees.

  246. @James N. Kennett
    @AndrewR

    Rotherham showed that feminists would rather be raped by swarthy Muslims than be seen as racists.

    The truth is that it was other women and girls who got raped, and feminists don't give a shit about other women, except their immediate family and close friends.

    It takes my breath away every time I see the callous indifference of women to people outside their immediate circle. The feminist bleating is turned on only when there is the chance of extracting resources or power from their menfolk, or those of a higher social class. The perps in Rotherham had nothing the feminists wanted to take.

    Replies: @Mishima Zaibatsu

    The point of feminism was never the welfare of women, it was always about tearing apart Western Civilisation to break down societal cohesion. Same with LGBT rights. It’s right there in the Frankfurt School and the Bilderberg group and others have been doing their bit to further these goals.

    • Replies: @Rob McX
    @Mishima Zaibatsu


    The point of feminism was never the welfare of women, it was always about tearing apart Western Civilisation to break down societal cohesion. Same with LGBT rights.
     
    Of course. If they really had the best interests of women (or homosexuals,) at heart, their foremost objective would be to stop all Third World immigration at once. Not all TW immigrants are as bad as Muslims, but they're all more opposed to feminism and gay rights than whites are.
  247. @anon
    @Steve Sailer


    That most rape is black on black
     
    Quite. The biggest single victim group of the inner city black gang culture are 14 year old black girls.

    The media won't report it because it messes up their anti-white narrative.

    Replies: @Corvinus

    “Quite. The biggest single victim group of the inner city black gang culture are 14 year old black girls. The media won’t report it because it messes up their anti-white narrative.”

    I imagine then you have the numbers to back up your claim…

    • Replies: @ben tillman
    @Corvinus


    “Quite. The biggest single victim group of the inner city black gang culture are 14 year old black girls. The media won’t report it because it messes up their anti-white narrative.”

    I imagine then you have the numbers to back up your claim…
     
    Don't be so obtuse.

    Who has what they want? Who's accessible? Who's vulnerable?

    Thirteen- and 14-year-old Black girls are at the top of the list.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    , @Brutusale
    @Corvinus

    According to RAINN, white women make up only 17.7% of female rape/attempted rape victims.

    WOC are by far the most common victims of rape.

  248. @anon

    English writer G.K. Chesterton believed that the rise of chivalry, starting in the early Middle Ages, came with the veneration of the Virgin Mary. The protection of women, motherhood and the veneration of the Virgin Mary go hand-in-hand.
     
    The HBD angle to that might be

    - exogamous marriage practise is enhanced if females are able to move about freely
    - endogamous marriage practise is enhanced if females are terrorized into staying at home

    so the rise of chivalry might tie into the shift in marriage practise.

    Replies: @Expletive Deleted

    The English have always been keen on that sort of thing, particularly under Christian influence.

    “wheresoever the dominion of King Edwin extended, that, as is still proverbially said, a woman with her new-born babe might walk throughout the island, from sea to sea, without receiving any harm.” -Bede, HEC&P

    Of course, as the fifth Bretwalda, everyone was balls-achingly keen not to get in his bad books, even the Welsh. He hadn’t always been a Christian …

    • Replies: @PiltdownMan
    @Expletive Deleted

    ... everyone was balls-achingly keen...

    That must be the first time that that adjective has been used in a comment on chivalry.

    On the other hand, that type of ache is precisely the condition that chivalry expects every man to bear without complaint.


    [Yes I know, puerile comment...]

  249. @Citizen of a Silly Country
    @Tark Marg

    I agree with Ben, but I still think that your overall theory has a lot of merit. Well done.

    I also believe that NW Europeans evolved to favor certain traits - empathy and non-tribalism in particular - from around 1000 to, well, quite recently. I think that this allowed them to work together on a scale that tribal societies simply couldn't match. You combine that ability to work in very large organizations with the technological advances of Europe over that time, and you get one kick-ass force.

    Starting around 1500, this potent combination hit on a global scale. NW Europeans ran rough shod over the Earth for nearly 500 years. What a run. However, the moral underpinnings started to erode as the Enlightenment moved toward natural rights and universal rights. That slow moral decline was vastly accelerated with the Great White Civil War (WWI and WWII), which made many white intellectuals question their society and people.

    So, you have whites already faltering when technology allows for mass communication and easy travel. Our biological evolution and moral code (universal rights) left (and leave) us wide open to being inundated by the the Third World hordes. The vast majority of whites simply have no psychological defense, especially when our media and academia is controlled by a combination of a bitter outside tribe and the most empathetic of whites.

    As the Derb says, We are doomed!

    However, I have to believe that some white will make it through all of this. Of course, those whites will be different, far less empathetic and much more tribal. Evolution at work.

    Replies: @JEGG, @Tark Marg

    I basically agree with your analysis except I think you are leaving out an important reason why psychological defenses are missing in the vast majority of whites. This reason is that white culture has become overly feminized and looks out for individuals and not for society overall.

  250. @anon
    @Tark Marg


    Of course, both the levellers and diggers were eventually suppressed by Cromwell so their beliefs cannot be taken as representing the parliament’s position. But they did fight on the parliamentary side, so it seems to me that they were foreshadowing the future.
     
    There were three sides in the English part of the ECW (plus others in the Welsh, Scottish and Irish parts).

    1) royalist + everyone must be catholic
    2) parliament + everyone must be anglican
    3) dissenters wanting religious freedom for their groups

    Despite being a minority the dissenters made up the core of Cromwell's army - as being disciplined religious fanatics made them more or less unbeatable.

    After the defeat of the Royalist factions Cromwell tried to make a compromise between Parliament and the dissenter Army but in the end it wasn't possible.

    And yes a lot of those dissenter groups: Levellers, Diggers, Quakers, Shakers etc were archetypal religious egalitarians that made up one strand that went into Leftism - with the Levellers being most clearly so even by the name.

    A lot of them moved to the US.

    (Now I think of it maybe a lot of them moving to the US is why England lagged behind France in revolutionary spirit 150 years later?)

    (I wonder how many of the founding fathers had ancestors who fought in the New Model Army?)

    Replies: @Tark Marg

    Thanks for the perspective. Do you think my overall hypothesis makes sense? You can view it in full at tarkmarg.blogspot.com.

    Also it’d be nice if you could point me to some authoritative references about the history of England over the past few centuries.

    • Replies: @ben tillman
    @Tark Marg


    Also it’d be nice if you could point me to some authoritative references about the history of England over the past few centuries.
     
    Obviously, Tawney's Religion and the Rise of Capitalism. You wouldn't consider Belloc's biography of Charles I to be authoritative, but it is a perspective that fits perfectly within the historical framework. The relevant portions of Graetz' History of the Jews are crucial, as are David Katz's books on the readmission and 17th-c. millennialism. And you need to keep in mind what David Hackett Fischer said in Albion's Seed: travel in the 17th century was faster by sea than by land; thus East Anglia, was closer to the Netherlands than to London.

    The history of England from the time of Henry VIII is largely the history of the Netherlands with a bit of delay. The Enlightenment arose in the Netherlands and then crossed over to Britain. See Jonathan Israel and Adam Sutcliffe. Capitalism flowered in the Netherlands before crossing the Channel. Tikkun Olam and Messianism similarly arose in the Netherlands and then crossed the Channel.

    When 5371 speaks of "the religious inspiration of the whole movement", he's talking about religious fervor imported from the netherlands.

    Replies: @5371, @Tark Marg

  251. @Citizen of a Silly Country
    @Tark Marg

    I agree with Ben, but I still think that your overall theory has a lot of merit. Well done.

    I also believe that NW Europeans evolved to favor certain traits - empathy and non-tribalism in particular - from around 1000 to, well, quite recently. I think that this allowed them to work together on a scale that tribal societies simply couldn't match. You combine that ability to work in very large organizations with the technological advances of Europe over that time, and you get one kick-ass force.

    Starting around 1500, this potent combination hit on a global scale. NW Europeans ran rough shod over the Earth for nearly 500 years. What a run. However, the moral underpinnings started to erode as the Enlightenment moved toward natural rights and universal rights. That slow moral decline was vastly accelerated with the Great White Civil War (WWI and WWII), which made many white intellectuals question their society and people.

    So, you have whites already faltering when technology allows for mass communication and easy travel. Our biological evolution and moral code (universal rights) left (and leave) us wide open to being inundated by the the Third World hordes. The vast majority of whites simply have no psychological defense, especially when our media and academia is controlled by a combination of a bitter outside tribe and the most empathetic of whites.

    As the Derb says, We are doomed!

    However, I have to believe that some white will make it through all of this. Of course, those whites will be different, far less empathetic and much more tribal. Evolution at work.

    Replies: @JEGG, @Tark Marg

    Thanks.

    Please try to spread the word. In particular I’d recommend popularizing the word “empathobesity” to refer to this condition because naming a condition is the first step to understanding and curing it.

  252. @German_reader
    @Kylie

    "With all due respect, if it’s worse than you thought, what in heaven’s name were you thinking? "

    Well I would have thought that at least in Bavaria (which unlike rotten, leftie-dominated North-Rhine-Westphalia is normally a well-functioning state) police would bring those savages under control, but maybe I was mistaken. But hey, I have no illusions how bad all of this is...I'm one of the sane ones in Germany!

    Replies: @Kylie

    Point taken. I picked Bavaria as the state Merkel might nuke because I understood that it’s less leftist than the rest of Germany.

    I’m 1/4 German and find the situation there horrifying. Please stay safe and keep us posted.

  253. @German_reader
    @AndrewR

    Well yes, but the US has an exceptional position as hegemon, Americans can afford not to care about the rest of the world. But German media is quite obsessed about the US...they are of course resolutely trans-atlantic in their basic orientation, but very, very concerned about gun violence (in their view the fault of right-wing rednecks) and racism (in their view pretty much unchanged since about 1915, they totally buy into BLM).
    In the 1990s the death penalty was also a prominent subject though that has somewhat faded out of view in recent years.

    Replies: @Kylie, @AndrewR, @Reg Cæsar

    I was reading the English version of Der Spiegel a few years ago and what I presume to be German commenters were very upset about white Americans’ racism toward black Americans. The Germans apparently thought nearly half the U.S. population is black.

    In your estimation, do most Germans know blacks are only about 13% of the U.S. population?

    • Replies: @German_reader
    @Kylie

    "In your estimation, do most Germans know blacks are only about 13% of the U.S. population?"

    Hard to say, but there's definitely the impression that blacks still suffer tremendously under racism...and their supposed plight is seen as central; other groups get very little attention (as do inconvenient facts like black crime rates). Basically it's a view of the US permanently stuck in 1960s civil rights era perceptions...which isn't that different from the mainstream US media as far as I can tell.

    Replies: @Kylie

  254. @Tark Marg
    @ben tillman

    Thanks for your feedback Ben.

    It's true that the parliamentary side in the English civil war was far from your standard issue Marxist study circle. But what I'm trying to show is a trend of constant widening of the circle of political power over time, which I'd suggest flows from a egalitarianist impulse such that the plutocrats did not view themselves as inferior to King Charles. IMO these precedents are also a prerequisite to embolden those seeking further expansions of the circle of power.

    Incidentally, the parliamentary forces had distinctly leftist factions like the diggers and levellers, who nicely foreshadow the continental revolutionaries of the 18th (French Revolution) and 19th century.

    Replies: @5371, @ben tillman

    Tark, I know I’m coming from another angle, but Belloc’s sympathetic treatment of Charles is borne out in important respects by Tawney in Religion and the Rise of Capitalism. Tawney wrote that Charles saw himself, and acted, as a protector of the lower orders against predatory capitalism.

    • Replies: @Tark Marg
    @ben tillman

    Thanks for that piece of information. I'll try and look it up online.

    As I mentioned earlier, my hypothesis is based on information from public but general sources like wiki, open academic papers and history websites.

    Do you know of a authoritative source which gives an in depth treatment of English history over the past few centuries, especially the civil war?

  255. @Mishima Zaibatsu
    @James N. Kennett

    The point of feminism was never the welfare of women, it was always about tearing apart Western Civilisation to break down societal cohesion. Same with LGBT rights. It's right there in the Frankfurt School and the Bilderberg group and others have been doing their bit to further these goals.

    Replies: @Rob McX

    The point of feminism was never the welfare of women, it was always about tearing apart Western Civilisation to break down societal cohesion. Same with LGBT rights.

    Of course. If they really had the best interests of women (or homosexuals,) at heart, their foremost objective would be to stop all Third World immigration at once. Not all TW immigrants are as bad as Muslims, but they’re all more opposed to feminism and gay rights than whites are.

  256. @German_reader
    @AndrewR

    Well yes, but the US has an exceptional position as hegemon, Americans can afford not to care about the rest of the world. But German media is quite obsessed about the US...they are of course resolutely trans-atlantic in their basic orientation, but very, very concerned about gun violence (in their view the fault of right-wing rednecks) and racism (in their view pretty much unchanged since about 1915, they totally buy into BLM).
    In the 1990s the death penalty was also a prominent subject though that has somewhat faded out of view in recent years.

    Replies: @Kylie, @AndrewR, @Reg Cæsar

    As hegemon we can, relative to other lands, better afford to not care much about other lands’ foreign policies.

    But even people in the weakest states have no more reason to care about our domestic policy than we do about theirs.

    I fail to understand how any German could think that American gun laws affect them in any way unless they or a loved one live in or travel to America.

    • Replies: @anon
    @AndrewR


    I fail to understand how any German could think that American gun laws affect them in any way unless they or a loved one live in or travel to America.
     
    The media in Europe use things like BLM as anti-white propaganda.

    SJWs then pick up on it for virtue signalling.
    , @SFG
    @AndrewR

    There's the whole 'these guys are weapon-crazed' angle.

    Also, from what little I understand, the Germans are convinced that arms stockpiling leads to war...and you know they don't exactly have great memories of the last two.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

  257. anon • Disclaimer says:
    @AndrewR
    @German_reader

    As hegemon we can, relative to other lands, better afford to not care much about other lands' foreign policies.

    But even people in the weakest states have no more reason to care about our domestic policy than we do about theirs.

    I fail to understand how any German could think that American gun laws affect them in any way unless they or a loved one live in or travel to America.

    Replies: @anon, @SFG

    I fail to understand how any German could think that American gun laws affect them in any way unless they or a loved one live in or travel to America.

    The media in Europe use things like BLM as anti-white propaganda.

    SJWs then pick up on it for virtue signalling.

  258. @Expletive Deleted
    @anon

    The English have always been keen on that sort of thing, particularly under Christian influence.


    "wheresoever the dominion of King Edwin extended, that, as is still proverbially said, a woman with her new-born babe might walk throughout the island, from sea to sea, without receiving any harm." -Bede, HEC&P
     
    Of course, as the fifth Bretwalda, everyone was balls-achingly keen not to get in his bad books, even the Welsh. He hadn't always been a Christian ...

    Replies: @PiltdownMan

    … everyone was balls-achingly keen…

    That must be the first time that that adjective has been used in a comment on chivalry.

    On the other hand, that type of ache is precisely the condition that chivalry expects every man to bear without complaint.

    [Yes I know, puerile comment…]

  259. @AndrewR
    @German_reader

    As hegemon we can, relative to other lands, better afford to not care much about other lands' foreign policies.

    But even people in the weakest states have no more reason to care about our domestic policy than we do about theirs.

    I fail to understand how any German could think that American gun laws affect them in any way unless they or a loved one live in or travel to America.

    Replies: @anon, @SFG

    There’s the whole ‘these guys are weapon-crazed’ angle.

    Also, from what little I understand, the Germans are convinced that arms stockpiling leads to war…and you know they don’t exactly have great memories of the last two.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @SFG


    Also, from what little I understand, the Germans are convinced that arms stockpiling leads to war…
     
    Perhaps with Krauts, it does. All their pacifists came over here.

    …and you know they don’t exactly have great memories of the last two.
     
    You'd think with two world wars on their soil (and Belgium's and France's) there'd be enough weaponry lying around farms and woodlands to equip a healthy army. I was told by an Eastern European about a farmer in Russia or the Ukraine who had the equivalent of a howitzer hidden in his barn for decades.
  260. @German_reader
    @AndrewR

    Well yes, but the US has an exceptional position as hegemon, Americans can afford not to care about the rest of the world. But German media is quite obsessed about the US...they are of course resolutely trans-atlantic in their basic orientation, but very, very concerned about gun violence (in their view the fault of right-wing rednecks) and racism (in their view pretty much unchanged since about 1915, they totally buy into BLM).
    In the 1990s the death penalty was also a prominent subject though that has somewhat faded out of view in recent years.

    Replies: @Kylie, @AndrewR, @Reg Cæsar

    …but very, very concerned about gun violence (in their view the fault of right-wing rednecks)

    They should read the 1832 Virginia law that began “No free negro or mulatto shall be suffered to keep or carry any firelock of any kind…”

    It was written by “right-wing rednecks”.

    • Replies: @iffen
    @Reg Cæsar

    “right-wing rednecks”

    Very impressive on their part considering most of them could not vote.

  261. @SFG
    @AndrewR

    There's the whole 'these guys are weapon-crazed' angle.

    Also, from what little I understand, the Germans are convinced that arms stockpiling leads to war...and you know they don't exactly have great memories of the last two.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    Also, from what little I understand, the Germans are convinced that arms stockpiling leads to war…

    Perhaps with Krauts, it does. All their pacifists came over here.

    …and you know they don’t exactly have great memories of the last two.

    You’d think with two world wars on their soil (and Belgium’s and France’s) there’d be enough weaponry lying around farms and woodlands to equip a healthy army. I was told by an Eastern European about a farmer in Russia or the Ukraine who had the equivalent of a howitzer hidden in his barn for decades.

  262. @ben tillman
    @ecum


    A lot of xenophobic racism on this board. You can’t blame a whole group for the actions of a few.
     
    You not only can -- you must! A group can't act except through its members.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    You and Dave are answering someone named “ecum”, which sounds like a porn site.

  263. @Corvinus
    @anon

    "Quite. The biggest single victim group of the inner city black gang culture are 14 year old black girls. The media won’t report it because it messes up their anti-white narrative."

    I imagine then you have the numbers to back up your claim...

    Replies: @ben tillman, @Brutusale

    “Quite. The biggest single victim group of the inner city black gang culture are 14 year old black girls. The media won’t report it because it messes up their anti-white narrative.”

    I imagine then you have the numbers to back up your claim…

    Don’t be so obtuse.

    Who has what they want? Who’s accessible? Who’s vulnerable?

    Thirteen- and 14-year-old Black girls are at the top of the list.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @ben tillman


    Thirteen- and 14-year-old Black girls are at the top of the list.
     
    Right below them are gay guys in churches attended by Barack Obama.
  264. @Necaviar
    @ben tillman

    That is more or less the same thing.

    Replies: @ben tillman

    That is more or less the same thing.

    Less. Much less, as in not at all.

    The event is essentially irrelevant; what maters is the monopoly of the megaphone.

    In November 2013, the NYT published a stupid hit piece (which Steve addressed) scapegoating Dallas conservatives for a Soviet Commie’s murder of the President in 1963. They don’t need an event that matches the desired narrative.

    Look at Jackie Coakley. Trayvon Martin.

    And what are the real lessons of the Nazi phenomenon? Diversity is dangerous. Diversity is deadly. You can’t have genocide without diversity. You can’t have genocide without immigration.

    At Nuremberg, the Allied tribunal told us that waging aggressive war was wrong, so at least they got that right for a while, but that’s been tossed by the wayside as the megaphone monopolists have cheered on government aggression against Iraq et al.

  265. @Steve Sailer
    @JDG1980

    Here's an excerpt from an interview Susan Brownmiller gave People magazine in 1975:

    Q. What were some of your major misconceptions?

    A. "Those of anyone growing up in the liberal New York City milieu. To me, rape was a screaming vindictive white woman and a framed black man. I had no sympathy or identification with rape victims. It was all the fault of women who led men on.

    Q. What do statistics show?

    A. "That most rape is black on black, that it is basically an intraclass, intraracial crime because of opportunity. But there is a definite rise in the percentage of interracial rape. "

    Q. Why is it increasing?

    A. "It's part and parcel of increasing violence rather than sex, partly because the criminal population is rising and becoming more adventurous. I think writers like Eldridge Cleaver and Franz Fanon, who tried to give rape an ideological justification, didn't help. They tried to justify interracial rape as some sort of political act. It's typical of the left to make a convicted rapist a hero."

    http://www.people.com/people/archive/article/0,,20065841,00.html

    Replies: @anon, @Yngvar, @Clyde

    «In the book, Cleaver admitted to raping black girls as a “practice run” before seeking white women as prey.» (Wiki)

    So it wasn’t about sex. Some enterprising journalist really should wallraff the immigrant sub-cultures to help us figure out what’s going on.

  266. @ben tillman
    @Corvinus


    “Quite. The biggest single victim group of the inner city black gang culture are 14 year old black girls. The media won’t report it because it messes up their anti-white narrative.”

    I imagine then you have the numbers to back up your claim…
     
    Don't be so obtuse.

    Who has what they want? Who's accessible? Who's vulnerable?

    Thirteen- and 14-year-old Black girls are at the top of the list.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    Thirteen- and 14-year-old Black girls are at the top of the list.

    Right below them are gay guys in churches attended by Barack Obama.

  267. @Tark Marg
    @anon

    Thanks for the perspective. Do you think my overall hypothesis makes sense? You can view it in full at tarkmarg.blogspot.com.

    Also it'd be nice if you could point me to some authoritative references about the history of England over the past few centuries.

    Replies: @ben tillman

    Also it’d be nice if you could point me to some authoritative references about the history of England over the past few centuries.

    Obviously, Tawney’s Religion and the Rise of Capitalism. You wouldn’t consider Belloc’s biography of Charles I to be authoritative, but it is a perspective that fits perfectly within the historical framework. The relevant portions of Graetz’ History of the Jews are crucial, as are David Katz’s books on the readmission and 17th-c. millennialism. And you need to keep in mind what David Hackett Fischer said in Albion’s Seed: travel in the 17th century was faster by sea than by land; thus East Anglia, was closer to the Netherlands than to London.

    The history of England from the time of Henry VIII is largely the history of the Netherlands with a bit of delay. The Enlightenment arose in the Netherlands and then crossed over to Britain. See Jonathan Israel and Adam Sutcliffe. Capitalism flowered in the Netherlands before crossing the Channel. Tikkun Olam and Messianism similarly arose in the Netherlands and then crossed the Channel.

    When 5371 speaks of “the religious inspiration of the whole movement”, he’s talking about religious fervor imported from the netherlands.

    • Replies: @5371
    @ben tillman

    The Puritans produced enough religious fervor and to spare, that's why some of them had gone to the Netherlands in the first place to escape recatholicisation under Mary I.

    Replies: @ben tillman

    , @Tark Marg
    @ben tillman

    Sorry, didn't see your other comment mentioning some sources.

  268. @ben tillman
    @Tark Marg


    Also it’d be nice if you could point me to some authoritative references about the history of England over the past few centuries.
     
    Obviously, Tawney's Religion and the Rise of Capitalism. You wouldn't consider Belloc's biography of Charles I to be authoritative, but it is a perspective that fits perfectly within the historical framework. The relevant portions of Graetz' History of the Jews are crucial, as are David Katz's books on the readmission and 17th-c. millennialism. And you need to keep in mind what David Hackett Fischer said in Albion's Seed: travel in the 17th century was faster by sea than by land; thus East Anglia, was closer to the Netherlands than to London.

    The history of England from the time of Henry VIII is largely the history of the Netherlands with a bit of delay. The Enlightenment arose in the Netherlands and then crossed over to Britain. See Jonathan Israel and Adam Sutcliffe. Capitalism flowered in the Netherlands before crossing the Channel. Tikkun Olam and Messianism similarly arose in the Netherlands and then crossed the Channel.

    When 5371 speaks of "the religious inspiration of the whole movement", he's talking about religious fervor imported from the netherlands.

    Replies: @5371, @Tark Marg

    The Puritans produced enough religious fervor and to spare, that’s why some of them had gone to the Netherlands in the first place to escape recatholicisation under Mary I.

    • Replies: @ben tillman
    @5371

    The influence from the Netherlands predated the migration you speak of.

  269. @Corvinus
    Daniel Williams--"You’ve got a Jan Brady thing happening here. Do you go to Chateau Heartiste to tell the world what Sailer says and thinks?"

    Well, Mr. Sailer does have a link to CH. Moreover, I'm told that "real men" adhere to his advice, and that CH assuredly informs his readers that Mr. Sailer is "the real deal". What do YOU think?

    Ben Tillman--"Obviously, Roissy is a short-sighted hedonistic fool."

    Actually, he would call you a jealous beta for making that remark.

    Replies: @ben tillman, @AndrewR

    Ben Tillman–”Obviously, Roissy is a short-sighted hedonistic fool.”

    Actually, he would call you a jealous beta for making that remark.

    Ha ha. That’s the first thing you’ve written on this blog that was actually worth reading.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
    @ben tillman

    Ben Tillman--"Ha ha. That’s the first thing you’ve written on this blog that was actually worth reading."

    Usually the things I write about are over your head. I decided to dumb it down for you.

  270. @PiltdownMan
    @neutral

    "...but even those with IQs lower than 80 would be aware that its not a true reflection of reality. "

    Being somewhat acquainted with the mindset of the notorious male street culture of New Delhi, India, where "eve-teasing" is rampant, all actual white women are indeed seen to be behaviorally identical in reality to their XXX depictions.

    This bizarre notion took off in the late 1960s when word of the Western sexual revolution reached those distant parts, along with busloads-tens of thousands-of hippies on the overland trail from Europe, eager to demonstrate the rumored shedding of inhibition in the fleabag hotels of Delhi and on the beaches of Goa.

    India, lightly policed and prudish by Victorian standards, gawped at the new arrivals in stunned silence.

    Sex, available only after arranged marriage, seemed very, very close indeed, whenever a white female tourist walked by, to these young, not entirely employable, Indian men of the city streets, usually living away from the strictures of rural life and their own rigid family and social heirarchies.

    Since then, it appears to have become unshakable belief.

    Goa, then:

    http://www.french75salvage.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/hippiebeach11-930x695.jpg

    Replies: @PiltdownMan

    Replacements for the broken link in my comment on the history of Indian street male attitudes to white women.

    Links are to a picture of an Indian woman staring aghast at a hippie in Goa circa 1970.

  271. @Corvinus
    Daniel Williams--"You’ve got a Jan Brady thing happening here. Do you go to Chateau Heartiste to tell the world what Sailer says and thinks?"

    Well, Mr. Sailer does have a link to CH. Moreover, I'm told that "real men" adhere to his advice, and that CH assuredly informs his readers that Mr. Sailer is "the real deal". What do YOU think?

    Ben Tillman--"Obviously, Roissy is a short-sighted hedonistic fool."

    Actually, he would call you a jealous beta for making that remark.

    Replies: @ben tillman, @AndrewR

    Roissy is certainly very bright but he is utterly degenerate, as are the commenters on his blog.

  272. @ben tillman
    @Corvinus


    Ben Tillman–”Obviously, Roissy is a short-sighted hedonistic fool.”

    Actually, he would call you a jealous beta for making that remark.
     
    Ha ha. That's the first thing you've written on this blog that was actually worth reading.

    Replies: @Corvinus

    Ben Tillman–“Ha ha. That’s the first thing you’ve written on this blog that was actually worth reading.”

    Usually the things I write about are over your head. I decided to dumb it down for you.

  273. @Anonymous
    @Massimo Heitor

    Yep.

    It always puzzles me the way the left, in general, is so keen to assert the nationalistic right of the Palestinian people to live in their hereditary Palestinian state - presumably that much hated 'right' of ancient blood and soil applies in that case - but decries any attempt of European peoples to defend their ancient, ancestral motherlands as the ultimate anathema possible.
    At bes tthe left is dumb. Dumb dumb dumb.
    At worst, they are disgusting hypocrites.

    Replies: @Massimo Heitor

    It always puzzles me the way the left, in general, is so keen to assert the nationalistic right of the Palestinian people to live in their hereditary Palestinian state

    I completely agree with you. I find more egregious the issue of Sunni Arab oil wealth.

    When Sunni Muslim Arabs from Syria are in crisis, the world expects working class white communities in Europe to make giant sacrifices so that the Sunni Muslim Arabs born into millions or billions of oil money can keep their lavish excesses. That is just beyond weird.

  274. @ben tillman
    @Tark Marg

    Tark, I know I'm coming from another angle, but Belloc's sympathetic treatment of Charles is borne out in important respects by Tawney in Religion and the Rise of Capitalism. Tawney wrote that Charles saw himself, and acted, as a protector of the lower orders against predatory capitalism.

    Replies: @Tark Marg

    Thanks for that piece of information. I’ll try and look it up online.

    As I mentioned earlier, my hypothesis is based on information from public but general sources like wiki, open academic papers and history websites.

    Do you know of a authoritative source which gives an in depth treatment of English history over the past few centuries, especially the civil war?

  275. @ben tillman
    @Tark Marg


    Also it’d be nice if you could point me to some authoritative references about the history of England over the past few centuries.
     
    Obviously, Tawney's Religion and the Rise of Capitalism. You wouldn't consider Belloc's biography of Charles I to be authoritative, but it is a perspective that fits perfectly within the historical framework. The relevant portions of Graetz' History of the Jews are crucial, as are David Katz's books on the readmission and 17th-c. millennialism. And you need to keep in mind what David Hackett Fischer said in Albion's Seed: travel in the 17th century was faster by sea than by land; thus East Anglia, was closer to the Netherlands than to London.

    The history of England from the time of Henry VIII is largely the history of the Netherlands with a bit of delay. The Enlightenment arose in the Netherlands and then crossed over to Britain. See Jonathan Israel and Adam Sutcliffe. Capitalism flowered in the Netherlands before crossing the Channel. Tikkun Olam and Messianism similarly arose in the Netherlands and then crossed the Channel.

    When 5371 speaks of "the religious inspiration of the whole movement", he's talking about religious fervor imported from the netherlands.

    Replies: @5371, @Tark Marg

    Sorry, didn’t see your other comment mentioning some sources.

  276. @Steve Sailer
    @JDG1980

    Here's an excerpt from an interview Susan Brownmiller gave People magazine in 1975:

    Q. What were some of your major misconceptions?

    A. "Those of anyone growing up in the liberal New York City milieu. To me, rape was a screaming vindictive white woman and a framed black man. I had no sympathy or identification with rape victims. It was all the fault of women who led men on.

    Q. What do statistics show?

    A. "That most rape is black on black, that it is basically an intraclass, intraracial crime because of opportunity. But there is a definite rise in the percentage of interracial rape. "

    Q. Why is it increasing?

    A. "It's part and parcel of increasing violence rather than sex, partly because the criminal population is rising and becoming more adventurous. I think writers like Eldridge Cleaver and Franz Fanon, who tried to give rape an ideological justification, didn't help. They tried to justify interracial rape as some sort of political act. It's typical of the left to make a convicted rapist a hero."

    http://www.people.com/people/archive/article/0,,20065841,00.html

    Replies: @anon, @Yngvar, @Clyde

    http://www.people.com/people/archive/article/0,,20065841,00.html
    Very perceptive from 40 years ago. I would call this a refreshingly accurate honest feminist perspective on rape. Today’s feminists are deranged monsters compared to Susan Brownmiller

    • Replies: @PiltdownMan
    @Clyde

    Thank you for that interview with Susan Brownmiller. From the perspective of 2016, it is remarkably pragmatic, objective and ideology free.

    There is no area of policy debate in the public sphere anymore with that "these are the facts, let's fix it" tone and approach.

  277. @Clyde
    @Steve Sailer

    http://www.people.com/people/archive/article/0,,20065841,00.html
    Very perceptive from 40 years ago. I would call this a refreshingly accurate honest feminist perspective on rape. Today's feminists are deranged monsters compared to Susan Brownmiller

    Replies: @PiltdownMan

    Thank you for that interview with Susan Brownmiller. From the perspective of 2016, it is remarkably pragmatic, objective and ideology free.

    There is no area of policy debate in the public sphere anymore with that “these are the facts, let’s fix it” tone and approach.

  278. German_reader says:
    @Kylie
    @German_reader

    I was reading the English version of Der Spiegel a few years ago and what I presume to be German commenters were very upset about white Americans' racism toward black Americans. The Germans apparently thought nearly half the U.S. population is black.

    In your estimation, do most Germans know blacks are only about 13% of the U.S. population?

    Replies: @German_reader

    “In your estimation, do most Germans know blacks are only about 13% of the U.S. population?”

    Hard to say, but there’s definitely the impression that blacks still suffer tremendously under racism…and their supposed plight is seen as central; other groups get very little attention (as do inconvenient facts like black crime rates). Basically it’s a view of the US permanently stuck in 1960s civil rights era perceptions…which isn’t that different from the mainstream US media as far as I can tell.

    • Replies: @Kylie
    @German_reader

    Yes, that is The Narrative over here, too.

    At the time I read those comments, I assumed that well-educated Europeans, unlike their American counterparts, based their opinions on facts.

    I can't believe how naive I was.

  279. @Corvinus
    @anon

    "Quite. The biggest single victim group of the inner city black gang culture are 14 year old black girls. The media won’t report it because it messes up their anti-white narrative."

    I imagine then you have the numbers to back up your claim...

    Replies: @ben tillman, @Brutusale

    According to RAINN, white women make up only 17.7% of female rape/attempted rape victims.

    WOC are by far the most common victims of rape.

  280. @Anon
    This is what it means to be 'more evolved' according to so-called 'progressives'.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-3386652/Transgender-surgery-addict-spends-52-000-four-boob-jobs-two-rounds-lipo-150-face-fillers-perfect-female-body-says-wife-standing-her.html

    Replies: @Brutusale

    Words fail me.

  281. @Reg Cæsar
    @German_reader


    ...but very, very concerned about gun violence (in their view the fault of right-wing rednecks)
     
    They should read the 1832 Virginia law that began "No free negro or mulatto shall be suffered to keep or carry any firelock of any kind..."

    It was written by "right-wing rednecks".

    Replies: @iffen

    “right-wing rednecks”

    Very impressive on their part considering most of them could not vote.

  282. @5371
    @ben tillman

    The Puritans produced enough religious fervor and to spare, that's why some of them had gone to the Netherlands in the first place to escape recatholicisation under Mary I.

    Replies: @ben tillman

    The influence from the Netherlands predated the migration you speak of.

  283. @German_reader
    @Kylie

    "In your estimation, do most Germans know blacks are only about 13% of the U.S. population?"

    Hard to say, but there's definitely the impression that blacks still suffer tremendously under racism...and their supposed plight is seen as central; other groups get very little attention (as do inconvenient facts like black crime rates). Basically it's a view of the US permanently stuck in 1960s civil rights era perceptions...which isn't that different from the mainstream US media as far as I can tell.

    Replies: @Kylie

    Yes, that is The Narrative over here, too.

    At the time I read those comments, I assumed that well-educated Europeans, unlike their American counterparts, based their opinions on facts.

    I can’t believe how naive I was.

  284. I wonder if Merkel plans to change Munich’s tradional Oktoberfest to a Gropenfest?

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