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James Kirkpatrick of VDARE and I talk Biden, Kamala, Obama and much else for 90 minutes.

 
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  1. Listening now–and enjoying your comments.

    Thanks for doing this.

  2. GOAT. Steve is our Chompsky

  3. Is there a download link?

    • Replies: @Hank Archer
    @Anonymous

    Yeah - how can it be downloaded?

    , @Alexander Turok
    @Anonymous

    Here:

    "https://seed177.bitchute.com/ObKM5ZHD5Miv/S55nOdgP6Gk6.mp4

    , @Almost Missouri
    @Anonymous

    The podcast is at the bottom of the page in what looks like a video window. Your ad-blocker may be hiding it. (Mine did.)

    Here is the underlying link:

    https://www.bitchute.com/embed/S55nOdgP6Gk6/

    , @Libertardian
    @Anonymous

    I've created a download link for an mp3:

    https://ufile.io/jr0rc6ys

    To listen to as an mp3:
    Convert the bitchute link
    https://www.bitchute.com/video/S55nOdgP6Gk6/
    and download at
    https://flvto.stream/convert-bitchute-video/
    then rename as mp3 (in the folder click 'view' at the upper panel, then check 'file extensions')

  4. Sweet! Also, I had no idea VDare had a book group! When did that happen?

  5. Oh boy, I’m totally stoked!

    • Replies: @Happy Tapir
    @Happy Tapir

    It was great on both peoples part. Keep up the good work. Loved the Hawaii insight.

  6. Can’t wait to listen. I think I’ve only ever heard you speak once.

    • Replies: @Father O'Hara
    @Thomas

    I heard him on Mancow some years back.
    The segment was all too short,as the Cow hung up and segued to a bit with Turd.

  7. Steve, you hold back and crimestop from the logical conclusion. If the , coalition can only be unified by hate of White men the only solution is final. Camps for White men and seizing their assets. China’s solution to the Muslim problem.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @Whiskey

    Why be Zimbabwe when you can be South Africa?

    Replies: @BenKenobi, @JimB

    , @RichardTaylor
    @Whiskey


    If the , coalition can only be unified by hate of White men the only solution is final.
     
    There is an ongoing final solution to the White problem. It's done through social policy.

    As far as anything more direct, they don't have the means. Who would enforce it? And it would be too much of a gift. Something so direct would energize White men. It's the passive-aggressive politics of our age that leaves White men helpless.

    Replies: @Pat Kittle

  8. @Anonymous
    Is there a download link?

    Replies: @Hank Archer, @Alexander Turok, @Almost Missouri, @Libertardian

    Yeah – how can it be downloaded?

  9. @Anonymous
    Is there a download link?

    Replies: @Hank Archer, @Alexander Turok, @Almost Missouri, @Libertardian

  10. Where’d that upper Midwestern accent come from? Not that it bothers me, but now I can imagine Steve bedecked in heavy wool flannel sitting on a frozen lake with a flask of whiskey in one hand, a fishing rod in the other, and a hat with earmuffs on his head.

    • LOL: Bardon Kaldian
    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Bill P

    As an East Coaster, I find that people from LA and California like Steve tend to speak more slowly than people on the East Coast. By East Coast here I of course mean mainly the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast, not the South, although there are fast talking Southerners as well.

    I believe Californian, particularly Southern Californian and LA speech comes mainly from Midwestern and Okie speech patterns. Hence the more Midwestern speed and cadence.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @black sea, @J1234, @Reg Cæsar

    , @jon
    @Bill P

    Haha, yeah as soon as he started talking, I realized that I have never actually heard him speak. That is not the voice that has been playing in my head all these years of reading his columns. Kind of fits, though, now that I am listening to it.

    , @Je Suis Omar Mateen
    @Bill P

    Sailer's voice is surprisingly high for his height. I'm shorter but my voice is much deeper. Sailer must have low T - I'm not surprised by that at all.

    Replies: @J.Ross

    , @Almost Missouri
    @Bill P

    Steve has mentioned that California whites tend to be descended from Midwesterners, including, I think, his parents.

    Replies: @Anon

  11. Too many podcast, so little time. I will try to squeeze this one in.

    A Steve Salier podcast might quickly be identified as Qanon. Qanon, is a swath of individuals who never identify as Qanon.

    Before they wear out their welcome, what they are ……….patriots.

    Get a Bitchute link, however that is done. Don’t ask me how to do it, just consider it.

    Seeing a Sailer block in a Bitchute slide panel, would put you in stiff competition.

    That is a serious statement. There are some really strong voices being unseen by the likes of you, and others.

  12. DODGERS WIN !!!!!!

    • Replies: @Polistra
    @Radicalcenter

    ALSO FROM LA!

    BILLIONAIRE BRATS MAKE BAD NEIGHBORS! WHITE PEOPLE TO BLAME

    https://amp.cnn.com/cnn/2020/10/27/business/bill-gross-pimco-neighbor-lawsuit/index.html


    Bill Gross, the co-founder of investment firm PIMCO, and his partner Amy Schwartz installed a large lighted glass art installation on their Laguna Beach property along the property line shared with their neighbors, Mark Towfiq, CEO of data center development company Nextfort Ventures, and his wife Carol Nakahara.
     
  13. Big week for podcasts. Rogan interviewed first Kanye and then Tim Dillon and Alex Jones.

    • Replies: @TelfoedJohn
    @Clifford Brown

    Just listened to the first few minutes, but it’s interesting how he ties the whole Epstein/Israel and Biden/China political sex-crime blackmail to Sasha Baron Cohen’s techniques of getting people into compromising positions in order to have power over them.

  14. Nice to see you highlight the White women problem like Stanley Ann Dunham.

    And yes the Dems are the black party. Well and White women. Aspiring rappers and Karens.

    • Replies: @Lurker
    @Whiskey

    The only group that appear to be more pro-Republican than white women are white men. These are the only two significant categories who vote more than 50% Republican.

    So white women are less likely to Democrat than blacks, jews, asians, hispanics, muslims who are all voting Democrat at over 50%. So I'm not sure why you keep lumping them together with white women.

    Replies: @Known Fact

    , @nymom
    @Whiskey

    If the Dems are the party of black people, then they will become a powerless group very quickly, kind of like the Congressional Black Caucus and the NAACP. Neither one of these that anybody who is anybody cares about anymore.

    The problem is the Dems are also the party of Hispanics, which numbers are growing rapidly. Also the Dems are the party of white women voters and college age voters.

    So they are still a formidable force to reckon with, unfortunately...

    I do think, at some point, they will just become the party of blacks and loony leftists but that time has not arrived yet.

  15. My initial impression is that Kevin Michael Grace is a better interviewer than James Kirkpatrick …

    … and has the audio stuff nailed down a little better.

  16. If only the White “elites” had sided with White working class 60 years ago.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @RichardTaylor


    If only the White “elites” had sided with White working class 60 years ago.
     
    Or 360 years ago. It should be illegal to hire someone of another race for domestic duties. That's integration.

    Reach into your pocket and pay a proper Irish girl, for God's sake.

    Replies: @Rob McX, @RichardTaylor, @AndrewR

    , @David 'The Diversity Mastermind' Lammey
    @RichardTaylor

    "White" elites

    Not White "elites"

  17. Mr. Sailer,

    First, congratulations go to your Dodgers.

    Second, this is the first time hearing you speak; you have a real Walter Matthau timber and cadence going.

  18. By the way, just in case anyone thinks anti-White social justice warriors just started yesterday, it was well established over 50 years ago.

    • Thanks: Bubba
    • Replies: @Dissident
    @RichardTaylor


    By the way, just in case anyone thinks anti-White social justice warriors just started yesterday, it was well established over 50 years ago.
     
    I had a similar reaction when hearing some of Orson Welles' and Jack Webb's old radio work.
  19. Anonymous[537] • Disclaimer says:
    @Bill P
    Where'd that upper Midwestern accent come from? Not that it bothers me, but now I can imagine Steve bedecked in heavy wool flannel sitting on a frozen lake with a flask of whiskey in one hand, a fishing rod in the other, and a hat with earmuffs on his head.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @jon, @Je Suis Omar Mateen, @Almost Missouri

    As an East Coaster, I find that people from LA and California like Steve tend to speak more slowly than people on the East Coast. By East Coast here I of course mean mainly the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast, not the South, although there are fast talking Southerners as well.

    I believe Californian, particularly Southern Californian and LA speech comes mainly from Midwestern and Okie speech patterns. Hence the more Midwestern speed and cadence.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @Anonymous

    Right.

    I also am not a particularly quick thinker, which is why I spend so many hours at the keyboard each week.

    Replies: @Buzz Mohawk

    , @black sea
    @Anonymous

    “The degree of slowness is directionally proportional to the intensity of memory. The degree of speed is directionally proportional to the intensity of forgetting.”
    ― Milan Kundera, Slowness

    Replies: @Anonymous

    , @J1234
    @Anonymous

    Johnny Carson was from the Midwest. Let's be honest, without being harsh. Sailer speaking makes me think of what I've read about Thomas Jefferson - a great writer and an expansive and very clever thinker, but not a gifted public speaker. This is in no way a put down, as most of us fit in that category (as speakers, I mean.) I enjoy hearing these rare broadcasts but there's a reason his messages are mostly written and not in audio form.

    Replies: @black sea

    , @Reg Cæsar
    @Anonymous


    As an East Coaster, I find that people from LA and California like Steve tend to speak more slowly than people on the East Coast.
     
    The slowest- speaking Americans I've ever met were from "Down East", i.e., coastal Maine. Not all of them; some did speak at a normal rate. (How fast does Stephen King speak?) The Northeast has a very wide range of verbal speeds.

    But nothing approaches our neighbors in Quebec. Guinness would list some Francophone hockey announcer as the world's fastest talker. (Does Qu'est-ce que c'est? count as six words, three, or one?)

    Now that ice hockey is announced in Spanish, this could be surpassed. How fast can you say "chopping onions and cilantro and tomatoes" (Están picando cebollas y cilantro y tomates) in that language?

    How Spanish hockey announcers translate the game
  20. @Bill P
    Where'd that upper Midwestern accent come from? Not that it bothers me, but now I can imagine Steve bedecked in heavy wool flannel sitting on a frozen lake with a flask of whiskey in one hand, a fishing rod in the other, and a hat with earmuffs on his head.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @jon, @Je Suis Omar Mateen, @Almost Missouri

    Haha, yeah as soon as he started talking, I realized that I have never actually heard him speak. That is not the voice that has been playing in my head all these years of reading his columns. Kind of fits, though, now that I am listening to it.

  21. @Bill P
    Where'd that upper Midwestern accent come from? Not that it bothers me, but now I can imagine Steve bedecked in heavy wool flannel sitting on a frozen lake with a flask of whiskey in one hand, a fishing rod in the other, and a hat with earmuffs on his head.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @jon, @Je Suis Omar Mateen, @Almost Missouri

    Sailer’s voice is surprisingly high for his height. I’m shorter but my voice is much deeper. Sailer must have low T – I’m not surprised by that at all.

    • LOL: AndrewR
    • Troll: IHTG
    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @Je Suis Omar Mateen

    Disagree. It was all I could do to not donate money on condition that he introduce himself with "Hellllo littttle buddddy." Anyway come at me you turkey-loving snowball-dodging proddy frog bastard. When I am awake anyhow.

  22. @Anonymous
    @Bill P

    As an East Coaster, I find that people from LA and California like Steve tend to speak more slowly than people on the East Coast. By East Coast here I of course mean mainly the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast, not the South, although there are fast talking Southerners as well.

    I believe Californian, particularly Southern Californian and LA speech comes mainly from Midwestern and Okie speech patterns. Hence the more Midwestern speed and cadence.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @black sea, @J1234, @Reg Cæsar

    Right.

    I also am not a particularly quick thinker, which is why I spend so many hours at the keyboard each week.

    • Replies: @Buzz Mohawk
    @Steve Sailer

    At least you think when you type. Sometimes I forget to do that.

    Your accent is pretty funny, though. Are you sure it hasn't become exaggerated from living in a closet? Get out once in a while man! (Oops, there I go again.)

    Your hypothesis about the Obama-Hawaiian aspect, re James Michener, and his mother's birthing of the Golden Man, which you came up with after writing the book, seems like a stretch, unless perhaps you are implying that there was something subconscious going on.

    It's remarkable, BTW, to hear about the Cold War motivation for making Hawaii a state.

  23. @Anonymous
    Is there a download link?

    Replies: @Hank Archer, @Alexander Turok, @Almost Missouri, @Libertardian

    The podcast is at the bottom of the page in what looks like a video window. Your ad-blocker may be hiding it. (Mine did.)

    Here is the underlying link:


  24. @Whiskey
    Steve, you hold back and crimestop from the logical conclusion. If the , coalition can only be unified by hate of White men the only solution is final. Camps for White men and seizing their assets. China's solution to the Muslim problem.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @RichardTaylor

    Why be Zimbabwe when you can be South Africa?

    • Replies: @BenKenobi
    @Steve Sailer

    Talk about Sophie’s Choice, eh?

    Btw I’m glad to have something to fill the gaps in the week left by TRS.

    , @JimB
    @Steve Sailer

    White men feed the world.

    Replies: @Polistra, @Reg Cæsar, @Dissident

  25. @Bill P
    Where'd that upper Midwestern accent come from? Not that it bothers me, but now I can imagine Steve bedecked in heavy wool flannel sitting on a frozen lake with a flask of whiskey in one hand, a fishing rod in the other, and a hat with earmuffs on his head.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @jon, @Je Suis Omar Mateen, @Almost Missouri

    Steve has mentioned that California whites tend to be descended from Midwesterners, including, I think, his parents.

    • Replies: @Anon
    @Almost Missouri

    Dialectically, Los Angeles had a large plurality of immigrants from Iowa state in the late nineteenth century and early part of the twentieth century.

    https://www.latimes.com/california/story/2019-08-18/iowa-picnic-long-beach-iowa-by-the-sea

    http://www.hollywoodlexicon.com/iowaspats.html

    https://www.gazettes.com/entertainment/iowa-by-the-sea-picnic-ingrained-in-long-beach-history/article_2588b9e6-7648-11e7-8b94-b7cbe92aceaf.html

    https://www.dailybreeze.com/2017/08/10/why-iowa-transplants-return-to-san-pedro-or-long-beach-every-year-to-picnic-swap-stories/

  26. @Steve Sailer
    @Whiskey

    Why be Zimbabwe when you can be South Africa?

    Replies: @BenKenobi, @JimB

    Talk about Sophie’s Choice, eh?

    Btw I’m glad to have something to fill the gaps in the week left by TRS.

  27. Shame on Kirkpatrick for comparing the radicals Biden is covering for to the great men who took over after Hindenburg.

    • Troll: IHTG
  28. @RichardTaylor
    If only the White "elites" had sided with White working class 60 years ago.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @David 'The Diversity Mastermind' Lammey

    If only the White “elites” had sided with White working class 60 years ago.

    Or 360 years ago. It should be illegal to hire someone of another race for domestic duties. That’s integration.

    Reach into your pocket and pay a proper Irish girl, for God’s sake.

    • Replies: @Rob McX
    @Reg Cæsar


    Reach into your pocket and pay a proper Irish girl, for God’s sake.
     
    As long as it's not Kate Webster.

    Replies: @AndrewR

    , @RichardTaylor
    @Reg Cæsar

    Conquest is not integration. And none of that justifies the ongoing program of genocide against out people.

    You're always trying to justify these policies against your own people which is sick. Referring to things the Spanish or the British did centuries before there was a United States is irrelevant to saving our people today.

    Going forward, every White country on earth is being forced to accept mass non-White immigration combined with policies of forced integration.

    It's the forced integration that has to be stopped all over the White world. Unless you're a sociopath whose indifferent to the rate of his race.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    , @AndrewR
    @Reg Cæsar

    That comes with its own set of problems. A relative of mine killed himself, allegedly after his parents dismissed the maid whom he had fallen in love with. My grandpa claimed she was Irish.

    His dad, my great-great-great uncle, was so distraught over the death of his only child that he paid for an extremely expensive monument in the cemetary with the money he had earned selling boots to the Union army during the war, where they are buried today. Fortunately, some money was left over for my great-grandpa, along with his brothers and cousins, to inherit.

    https://www.atlasobscura.com/places/blocher-memorial

    Replies: @Bardon Kaldian, @Reg Cæsar

  29. @Anonymous
    @Bill P

    As an East Coaster, I find that people from LA and California like Steve tend to speak more slowly than people on the East Coast. By East Coast here I of course mean mainly the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast, not the South, although there are fast talking Southerners as well.

    I believe Californian, particularly Southern Californian and LA speech comes mainly from Midwestern and Okie speech patterns. Hence the more Midwestern speed and cadence.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @black sea, @J1234, @Reg Cæsar

    “The degree of slowness is directionally proportional to the intensity of memory. The degree of speed is directionally proportional to the intensity of forgetting.”
    ― Milan Kundera, Slowness

    • Thanks: Je Suis Omar Mateen
    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @black sea

    There’s an anecdote about two renowned Oxford philosophers, the slow-talking G.E.M. Anscombe and the fast-talking A.J. Ayer. Anscombe said to Ayer, “You know, if you didn’t talk so fast, no one would think you were so clever.” Ayer rapidly replied, “And if you didn’t talk so slowly, no one would think you were so very wise.”

  30. @Whiskey
    Steve, you hold back and crimestop from the logical conclusion. If the , coalition can only be unified by hate of White men the only solution is final. Camps for White men and seizing their assets. China's solution to the Muslim problem.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @RichardTaylor

    If the , coalition can only be unified by hate of White men the only solution is final.

    There is an ongoing final solution to the White problem. It’s done through social policy.

    As far as anything more direct, they don’t have the means. Who would enforce it? And it would be too much of a gift. Something so direct would energize White men. It’s the passive-aggressive politics of our age that leaves White men helpless.

    • Replies: @Pat Kittle
    @RichardTaylor

    (((Anti-White passive-aggressive media shysters))) become ever less passive:

    Instagram refuses to remove 'Black art'
    depicting severed heads of White people
    [held by morbidly obese naked Shaniqua's]
    citing 'differences of expression:

    -- (https://www.rt.com/news/504115-instagram-refuses-remove-black-woman-white-people-severed-heads/)

    PS: Thanks, Steve & James.

  31. @Reg Cæsar
    @RichardTaylor


    If only the White “elites” had sided with White working class 60 years ago.
     
    Or 360 years ago. It should be illegal to hire someone of another race for domestic duties. That's integration.

    Reach into your pocket and pay a proper Irish girl, for God's sake.

    Replies: @Rob McX, @RichardTaylor, @AndrewR

    Reach into your pocket and pay a proper Irish girl, for God’s sake.

    As long as it’s not Kate Webster.

    • Replies: @AndrewR
    @Rob McX

    If she was pregnant then they murdered her baby. Evil. Why not just put off her execution for a few months and wait to see if she was pregnant? If there's a hell I hope her killers are there

  32. @Reg Cæsar
    @RichardTaylor


    If only the White “elites” had sided with White working class 60 years ago.
     
    Or 360 years ago. It should be illegal to hire someone of another race for domestic duties. That's integration.

    Reach into your pocket and pay a proper Irish girl, for God's sake.

    Replies: @Rob McX, @RichardTaylor, @AndrewR

    Conquest is not integration. And none of that justifies the ongoing program of genocide against out people.

    You’re always trying to justify these policies against your own people which is sick. Referring to things the Spanish or the British did centuries before there was a United States is irrelevant to saving our people today.

    Going forward, every White country on earth is being forced to accept mass non-White immigration combined with policies of forced integration.

    It’s the forced integration that has to be stopped all over the White world. Unless you’re a sociopath whose indifferent to the rate of his race.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @RichardTaylor


    You’re always trying to justify these policies against your own people which is sick.
     
    I'm not justifying them. I'm saying they're not new. You're justifying the earlier versions. But they are one and the same.

    I read Carleton Putnam's books years ago. He defended school segregation on the one hand while encouraging "domestic service" on the other. But if the kids are unfit for our schools, why would the parents be fit for our kitchens? That's not segregation, it's just kumbaya with you on top.

    If inviting African immigrants is "genocide", it's the continuation of a very old policy. It was as wrong then as it is now.

    ...forced integration.
     
    Mount Vernon was over 90% African due to forced integration. One of the Virginia electors who rejected Richard Johnson in 1836 for race-mixing had over 2,000 Africans on his own properties. That's a nonwhite/white ratio a multiple of today's.

    I don't defend today's; why do you defend yesterdays?
  33. You and Kirkpatrick should do a part two.

  34. @Thomas
    Can't wait to listen. I think I've only ever heard you speak once.

    Replies: @Father O'Hara

    I heard him on Mancow some years back.
    The segment was all too short,as the Cow hung up and segued to a bit with Turd.

  35. Looks like deleted scenes from The Dark Knight Rises in LA.

    • Replies: @Altai
    @Altai

    Even more, Christopher Nolan would be proud of the lighting.

    https://twitter.com/emilyytayylor/status/1321347539086438401

  36. @Altai
    Looks like deleted scenes from The Dark Knight Rises in LA.

    https://twitter.com/MrAndyNgo/status/1321344278614990848

    Replies: @Altai

    Even more, Christopher Nolan would be proud of the lighting.

  37. Anon[385] • Disclaimer says:
    @Almost Missouri
    @Bill P

    Steve has mentioned that California whites tend to be descended from Midwesterners, including, I think, his parents.

    Replies: @Anon

  38. @Clifford Brown
    Big week for podcasts. Rogan interviewed first Kanye and then Tim Dillon and Alex Jones.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jdVso9FSkmE

    Replies: @TelfoedJohn

    Just listened to the first few minutes, but it’s interesting how he ties the whole Epstein/Israel and Biden/China political sex-crime blackmail to Sasha Baron Cohen’s techniques of getting people into compromising positions in order to have power over them.

  39. My Podcast Is Up

    Steve, that sounds square. You’re supposed to say “My new album dropped!” or “I cut a new track!”

    Also, invest in some grillz.

  40. @RichardTaylor
    If only the White "elites" had sided with White working class 60 years ago.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @David 'The Diversity Mastermind' Lammey

    “White” elites

    Not White “elites”

  41. Steve, it’s not too late for you to start you vlogging/video career. Come on, everyone is getting rich off it.

  42. You have a similar accent to Ron Unz. Is that becasue you two hang out so much?

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @anon

    We grew up a couple of miles apart a few years apart. I never met Ron until 2000, but I've met people who knew him in high school.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

  43. Stale pale males like Sailer and KKKo. are self-obsessed, trivial, and boring. Thank G-d it’s easy to find interesting folk to listen to as they engage issues around genuinely important topics:

    Hair Power: Me and My Afro, 10.15pm, Channel 4

    Emma Dabiri’s documentary is a fascinating and, at times, moving exploration of the cultural weight carried by black hair. For many interviewees, hair journeys are genuinely fraught affairs, involving statements of identity, acceptance or rejection of white beauty archetypes, privilege and, in some cases, hair-related physical pain. As one woman says, recalling a realisation prompted by the Black Lives Matter movement: “I never loved my hair. Does that mean I never loved myself?”

    http://www.theguardian.com/tv-and-radio/2020/oct/27/tv-tonight-me-and-my-afro-a-moving-exploration

    ===

    Shingai Shoniwa: ‘My hair isn’t intimidating – it’s an expression of who I am’

    Ahead of a new Channel 4 programme, the singer explains why hair and identity are inextricably woven together for people of colour

    https://www.theguardian.com/tv-and-radio/2020/oct/27/shingai-shoniwa-my-hair-myself

  44. Steve, I can’t believe that I am first to remark that you have a golden throated silky voice perfect for a column at Unz.

  45. @Anonymous
    Is there a download link?

    Replies: @Hank Archer, @Alexander Turok, @Almost Missouri, @Libertardian

    I’ve created a download link for an mp3:

    https://ufile.io/jr0rc6ys

    To listen to as an mp3:
    Convert the bitchute link




    and download at
    https://flvto.stream/convert-bitchute-video/
    then rename as mp3 (in the folder click ‘view’ at the upper panel, then check ‘file extensions’)

  46. Plenty of reasons to write a book beyond the promo-tour.

    A most important one: To bring ideas into focus. Make them more accessible to the world outside – – -. And: A book, as Georg Christoph Lichtenberg famously put it: A book is a mirror.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @Dieter Kief

    How famous would Lichtenberg be today if he'd been an English writer?

    People in America would probably ascribe random witticisms to him like they do to Mark Twain or Winston Churchill: "As George Christopher Lichtenberg said, 'Golf is a good walk spoiled.'"

    Replies: @Dieter Kief

  47. This is strange. Steve has an un-Steve voice. He should have sounded like, say, Jack Nicholson. Or some combination of Al Pacino & Bill Clinton.

    Not that his voice is bad, just- strange. Also, not trying to be offensive, Steve sounds a bit…eh… Jewish.

    • Replies: @Buzz Mohawk
    @Bardon Kaldian


    Also, not trying to be offensive, Steve sounds a bit…eh… Jewish.
     
    Hah! Are you kidding me? How many Jews do you know? Steve has a type of Southern California accent that derived from Midwestern migration, exaggerated by years of working isolated in a closet. Comparing the sound now to older videos of him, I swear it's gotten worse.

    Replies: @Bardon Kaldian

  48. @anon
    You have a similar accent to Ron Unz. Is that becasue you two hang out so much?

    Replies: @Steve Sailer

    We grew up a couple of miles apart a few years apart. I never met Ron until 2000, but I’ve met people who knew him in high school.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Steve Sailer



    You have a similar accent to Ron Unz. Is that becasue you two hang out so much?
     
    We grew up a couple of miles apart a few years apart. I never met Ron until 2000, but I’ve met people who knew him in high school.
     
    Maine has two distinct accents, one inland, like New Hampshire's, and one coastal, as in Wockpo't and Wockwand. Two of my shipmates grew up five miles apart but didn't meet until they were posted together.

    Ayuh, one had the one accent, the other the other.

    Note that Maine's electors split for the first time in 2016. I wonder if there's a connection.


    https://www.270towin.com/content/split-electoral-votes-maine-and-nebraska/


    https://centerforpolitics.org/crystalball/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/JMC0109202001-map3.png

  49. @Radicalcenter
    DODGERS WIN !!!!!!

    Replies: @Polistra

    ALSO FROM LA!

    BILLIONAIRE BRATS MAKE BAD NEIGHBORS! WHITE PEOPLE TO BLAME

    https://amp.cnn.com/cnn/2020/10/27/business/bill-gross-pimco-neighbor-lawsuit/index.html

    Bill Gross, the co-founder of investment firm PIMCO, and his partner Amy Schwartz installed a large lighted glass art installation on their Laguna Beach property along the property line shared with their neighbors, Mark Towfiq, CEO of data center development company Nextfort Ventures, and his wife Carol Nakahara.

  50. @Reg Cæsar
    @RichardTaylor


    If only the White “elites” had sided with White working class 60 years ago.
     
    Or 360 years ago. It should be illegal to hire someone of another race for domestic duties. That's integration.

    Reach into your pocket and pay a proper Irish girl, for God's sake.

    Replies: @Rob McX, @RichardTaylor, @AndrewR

    That comes with its own set of problems. A relative of mine killed himself, allegedly after his parents dismissed the maid whom he had fallen in love with. My grandpa claimed she was Irish.

    His dad, my great-great-great uncle, was so distraught over the death of his only child that he paid for an extremely expensive monument in the cemetary with the money he had earned selling boots to the Union army during the war, where they are buried today. Fortunately, some money was left over for my great-grandpa, along with his brothers and cousins, to inherit.

    https://www.atlasobscura.com/places/blocher-memorial

    • Replies: @Bardon Kaldian
    @AndrewR

    Love.....uh....

    , @Reg Cæsar
    @AndrewR

    We got married in a mansion named for the 19th-century entrepreneur who built it. He was caught dallying with the maid, and his wife filed for divorce. The man and the maid both took their lives. Her name was Molly, so I'm guessing she was Irish. She's said to haunt the building to this day.

    Unfortunately, the place closed to the public for good after a 32-year-old worker died of the flu. In early 2019.

    Replies: @AndrewR

  51. @Steve Sailer
    @Anonymous

    Right.

    I also am not a particularly quick thinker, which is why I spend so many hours at the keyboard each week.

    Replies: @Buzz Mohawk

    At least you think when you type. Sometimes I forget to do that.

    Your accent is pretty funny, though. Are you sure it hasn’t become exaggerated from living in a closet? Get out once in a while man! (Oops, there I go again.)

    Your hypothesis about the Obama-Hawaiian aspect, re James Michener, and his mother’s birthing of the Golden Man, which you came up with after writing the book, seems like a stretch, unless perhaps you are implying that there was something subconscious going on.

    It’s remarkable, BTW, to hear about the Cold War motivation for making Hawaii a state.

  52. @Dieter Kief
    Plenty of reasons to write a book beyond the promo-tour.

    A most important one: To bring ideas into focus. Make them more accessible to the world outside - - -. And: A book, as Georg Christoph Lichtenberg famously put it: A book is a mirror.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer

    How famous would Lichtenberg be today if he’d been an English writer?

    People in America would probably ascribe random witticisms to him like they do to Mark Twain or Winston Churchill: “As George Christopher Lichtenberg said, ‘Golf is a good walk spoiled.’”

    • Replies: @Dieter Kief
    @Steve Sailer

    Writing is not about fame so much. I kill my point now a bit by making it bluntly explicit - writing is about insights. And insights depend more on being in the world than on fame or popularity (that is maybe too short). 

    I - as so often - was on the bike in the woods today. And - I thought about Karl Kraus, who is your European predecessor. The man who took on the media (preferably the papers and magazines) of his time - often on a daily basis. Jonathan Franzen wrote an essay about him (The Kraus Project), but unfortunately, he didn't get much right about Kraus. But he did see the writer Kraus, which is an accomplishment in itself because his magazine Die Fackel, Kraus' Blog, so to speak, is so huge (900+ numbers, 20 000 pages written over a period of 24 years between roughly 1912 and 1936, the year Karl Kraus died).

    I sighed when I saw Franzen's Die Fackel mishap, but then I thought, that it could almost not have happened in another way because the whole thing is too big and too complex to be of much worth now - except (maybe) for specialists. 

    Jonathan Franzen had the help of his friend, the (half) Austrian writer Daniel Kehlmann (who wrote a really nice and ironic and compact novel about Wilhelm von Humboldt and Carl Friedrich Gauss (Measuring the World) - ok, and Kehlmann had been working on the historical-critical Kraus edition for some time, and he is (half) Austrian - and still, even with the help of Kehlmann - Franzen got (ok that is a bit rough, but unfortunately not wrong) lost in Kraus. What I'd want to say is: It makes at times sense to wrap things up - thoughts, etc., since lots of them loose context rapidly and are then (almost) impenetrable.

    I'm not suspicious of you, or of your work, so my analogy sucks a bit. Alright - I am suspicious of Karl Kraus. He resisted to wrap things up (to write shorter pieces) and my suspicion is, he did not want to give condensed and revised and - a bit explained - versions of the myriad of his magazine-pieces, because he would then have had to face his idiosyncracies more clearly than he was willing to. Maybe he was not able to - look into that mirror Lichtenberg talks about, that a shorter and more concise version of his work would have been because he feared what he would have had to look at then. 
    What I know is, that it is not easy to write a book, and not least because of the existential process, that necessarily goes along with it. 
    What is the right attitude then to come to grips with such questions? - When in doubt, I tend to have a look at - JWv Goethe. The Weimarian genius came to a point when he found that there were always proponents and opponents to what he said/wrote and did (he did lots of practical things - not least he oversaw the construction of one of the most beautiful German roads - the one between Weimar and Jena - still there today). Ok, he said since there are always proponents and opponents to what I do - I might as well not care too much if people agree or don't. But it was clear for him, that writing things down and publishing them made sense.
    I would love to read a new book of yours - be it rather short (150 or so pages, ten chapters); or long - 25 chapters, 500 pages... I've just glanced through a little book about listening by Paul Tournier, a long-forgotten psychoanalyst from Geneva. - He chose to write in a rather short, dense, and frank style - but even though I've not spent much time with this little book, I've spoken now repeatedly about it with colleagues and found insights in it, which are outstanding - not least about the clear-sightedness of regular peasants, for example (their - lack, so to speak - of rationalizations - I'll have a closer look soon).

    Ah - Georg Christoph Lichtenberg, in his aphorism about books, which are mirrors, adds that if an ape is looking into a book, it can't be an Apostle, who is looking out.
    "Ein Buch ist ein Spiegel, wenn ein Affe hineinschaut, so kann kein Apostel herausgucken."

    Replies: @Steve Sailer

  53. Anonymous[151] • Disclaimer says:
    @black sea
    @Anonymous

    “The degree of slowness is directionally proportional to the intensity of memory. The degree of speed is directionally proportional to the intensity of forgetting.”
    ― Milan Kundera, Slowness

    Replies: @Anonymous

    There’s an anecdote about two renowned Oxford philosophers, the slow-talking G.E.M. Anscombe and the fast-talking A.J. Ayer. Anscombe said to Ayer, “You know, if you didn’t talk so fast, no one would think you were so clever.” Ayer rapidly replied, “And if you didn’t talk so slowly, no one would think you were so very wise.”

  54. @Bardon Kaldian
    This is strange. Steve has an un-Steve voice. He should have sounded like, say, Jack Nicholson. Or some combination of Al Pacino & Bill Clinton.

    Not that his voice is bad, just- strange. Also, not trying to be offensive, Steve sounds a bit...eh... Jewish.

    Replies: @Buzz Mohawk

    Also, not trying to be offensive, Steve sounds a bit…eh… Jewish.

    Hah! Are you kidding me? How many Jews do you know? Steve has a type of Southern California accent that derived from Midwestern migration, exaggerated by years of working isolated in a closet. Comparing the sound now to older videos of him, I swear it’s gotten worse.

    • Replies: @Bardon Kaldian
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Not stereotypically neurotic Jewish, but thoughtful Jewish. And not accent, but thought patterns.

    Replies: @Buzz Mohawk, @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race

  55. @AndrewR
    @Reg Cæsar

    That comes with its own set of problems. A relative of mine killed himself, allegedly after his parents dismissed the maid whom he had fallen in love with. My grandpa claimed she was Irish.

    His dad, my great-great-great uncle, was so distraught over the death of his only child that he paid for an extremely expensive monument in the cemetary with the money he had earned selling boots to the Union army during the war, where they are buried today. Fortunately, some money was left over for my great-grandpa, along with his brothers and cousins, to inherit.

    https://www.atlasobscura.com/places/blocher-memorial

    Replies: @Bardon Kaldian, @Reg Cæsar

    Love…..uh….

  56. @Buzz Mohawk
    @Bardon Kaldian


    Also, not trying to be offensive, Steve sounds a bit…eh… Jewish.
     
    Hah! Are you kidding me? How many Jews do you know? Steve has a type of Southern California accent that derived from Midwestern migration, exaggerated by years of working isolated in a closet. Comparing the sound now to older videos of him, I swear it's gotten worse.

    Replies: @Bardon Kaldian

    Not stereotypically neurotic Jewish, but thoughtful Jewish. And not accent, but thought patterns.

    • Replies: @Buzz Mohawk
    @Bardon Kaldian

    In other words, Steve sounds intelligent.

    Replies: @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race

    , @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race
    @Bardon Kaldian

    Would you explain what you mean by 'Jewish thought patterns' you perceive in Steve's podcast. I just listened to a bit of it and don't have any idea what you might be talking about.

  57. @Bardon Kaldian
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Not stereotypically neurotic Jewish, but thoughtful Jewish. And not accent, but thought patterns.

    Replies: @Buzz Mohawk, @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race

    In other words, Steve sounds intelligent.

    • Replies: @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race
    @Buzz Mohawk


    In other words, Steve sounds intelligent.
     
    In your response to Bardon Kaldian, he says both 'thoughtful Jewish' and '[Jewish] thought patterns'.

    It wouldn't follow necessarily that either of these would make Steve 'sound intelligent'.

    We already know he's intelligent, but it does not follow that 'Jewish thought patterns' would make someone 'sound' or 'be intelligent', or certainly not exclusively would they.

    After quite a number of decades in NYC, I have known huge numbers of Jews, but I'm not sure I'd know what their 'thought patterns' were--short of the oft-discussed entitlement and double standards of critique and sponsoring of blacks and marrying them--even though I do know a number of Jewish accents primarily concentrated in this metro area (and we're agreed there are none of those.)

    Be so kind as to clarify.

    Replies: @Buzz Mohawk

  58. Actually, one puzzle is where have all of the high IQ whites gone? What is behind the collapse in non-Jewish white intellectual achievement since the 1970s? Is there any evidence that high IQ whites have just chosen to drop out of society? Just to think logically, given that Episcopalians outnumbers Jews 15 to 1 in the US, why aren’t there 15 times more white Episcopalians than Jews in the Ivy Leagues or Hollywood? And about the USJIMO and USIMO demographics, to extrapolate the IQ data and and population data, given their absolute numbers and the bell curve profile of whites, ad extrapolating the size of the absolute size of the white cognitive elite, you should still see US whites make up a plurality of USIMO contestants, instead of nearly zero, so I ask again, where have all the high IQ whites gone? Have they decided that competing in Math Olympiads or Spelling Bees are a waste of time? Based on MIT statistics, whites still make up the largest single racial group in MIT, so you would expect this to the reflected in USIMO demographics. But then most cognitive eilite whites seem to prefer going into law, engineering, computer science, or applied math field instead of pure math.

    https://www.collegefactual.com/colleges/massachusetts-institute-of-technology/student-life/diversity/

  59. @Steve Sailer
    @Whiskey

    Why be Zimbabwe when you can be South Africa?

    Replies: @BenKenobi, @JimB

    White men feed the world.

    • Replies: @Polistra
    @JimB

    Largely, but let's give proper credit to Asians working in the rice paddies and elsewhere. They do their share! And what about the wild animal markets in China and southeast Asia? Oh wait.

    , @Reg Cæsar
    @JimB


    White men feed the world.
     
    That's why the CSA starved.

    Throughout the war, food scarcity in the Confederacy hampered military preparedness, adversely affected military decisions, caused malnutrition, exacerbated illnesses, and devastated civilian and military morale. Northern armies took advantage of this weakness and targeted Southern port cities and transportation systems. Once they cut the South off from being able to import food...

    The Army of the Confederacy grew thin while the dinner tables of the Union Army held feasts.

    http://civilwar.gratzpa.org/2011/04/starving-the-south-how-the-north-won-the-civil-war/
     

    Replies: @JimB

    , @Dissident
    @JimB


    White men feed the world.
     
    “It is this world, a world where cruise ships throw away more food in a day than most residents of Port-au-Prince see in a year, where white folks’ greed runs a world in need, apartheid in one hemisphere, apathy in another hemisphere… That’s the world! On which hope sits!”
    - Barack Obama, quoting Rev. Jeremiah Wright
    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2012/01/michelle-obamas-resentment-of-white-irish-catholics-similar-to-obamas-hatred-of-white-folks-greed-video/
  60. Refreshingly Midwestern rather than a bone-dry elite, Steve sounds like he’d be good at playing character actor bit parts on TV detective shows. Maybe someone amusingly folksy and easy-going who happens to be a savant on some subject the hero quickly needs to know about — Anything from a tsunami expert to the clerk at the bait ‘n tackle shop who may have seen the missing heiress.

  61. @Rob McX
    @Reg Cæsar


    Reach into your pocket and pay a proper Irish girl, for God’s sake.
     
    As long as it's not Kate Webster.

    Replies: @AndrewR

    If she was pregnant then they murdered her baby. Evil. Why not just put off her execution for a few months and wait to see if she was pregnant? If there’s a hell I hope her killers are there

  62. @Whiskey
    Nice to see you highlight the White women problem like Stanley Ann Dunham.

    And yes the Dems are the black party. Well and White women. Aspiring rappers and Karens.

    Replies: @Lurker, @nymom

    The only group that appear to be more pro-Republican than white women are white men. These are the only two significant categories who vote more than 50% Republican.

    So white women are less likely to Democrat than blacks, jews, asians, hispanics, muslims who are all voting Democrat at over 50%. So I’m not sure why you keep lumping them together with white women.

    • Replies: @Known Fact
    @Lurker

    With white women isn't the key their marital status? Single white women lean Dem, married skew GOP.

  63. It’d be helpful if VDARE had an RSS feed to plug into a podcast player. Derb manages to get the tech worked out (though I’m sure he does it from his own home, he’s been podcasting for more than 15 years). VDARE always seemed pretty loose in the joints as far as technical proficiency, honestly, important a site as it is.

    • Replies: @Thomas
    @Thomas

    Yeah. I was trying to listen in the car, got a call, knocked the video off. So now I'd have to start over and find my spot again. Frustrating.

    Can you ask Peter Brimelow to ask Derb how to produce and publish a podcast please? Thanks.

    Replies: @Dissident

    , @Chrisnonymous
    @Thomas

    Yes. Also, someone please tell them how ugly and confusing the site is to use. I don't read it for that reason.

    PS. Steve, great podcast. You should do more audio/video.

    Replies: @Thomas

  64. @RichardTaylor
    @Reg Cæsar

    Conquest is not integration. And none of that justifies the ongoing program of genocide against out people.

    You're always trying to justify these policies against your own people which is sick. Referring to things the Spanish or the British did centuries before there was a United States is irrelevant to saving our people today.

    Going forward, every White country on earth is being forced to accept mass non-White immigration combined with policies of forced integration.

    It's the forced integration that has to be stopped all over the White world. Unless you're a sociopath whose indifferent to the rate of his race.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    You’re always trying to justify these policies against your own people which is sick.

    I’m not justifying them. I’m saying they’re not new. You’re justifying the earlier versions. But they are one and the same.

    I read Carleton Putnam’s books years ago. He defended school segregation on the one hand while encouraging “domestic service” on the other. But if the kids are unfit for our schools, why would the parents be fit for our kitchens? That’s not segregation, it’s just kumbaya with you on top.

    If inviting African immigrants is “genocide”, it’s the continuation of a very old policy. It was as wrong then as it is now.

    …forced integration.

    Mount Vernon was over 90% African due to forced integration. One of the Virginia electors who rejected Richard Johnson in 1836 for race-mixing had over 2,000 Africans on his own properties. That’s a nonwhite/white ratio a multiple of today’s.

    I don’t defend today’s; why do you defend yesterdays?

  65. @Lurker
    @Whiskey

    The only group that appear to be more pro-Republican than white women are white men. These are the only two significant categories who vote more than 50% Republican.

    So white women are less likely to Democrat than blacks, jews, asians, hispanics, muslims who are all voting Democrat at over 50%. So I'm not sure why you keep lumping them together with white women.

    Replies: @Known Fact

    With white women isn’t the key their marital status? Single white women lean Dem, married skew GOP.

  66. @Thomas
    It'd be helpful if VDARE had an RSS feed to plug into a podcast player. Derb manages to get the tech worked out (though I'm sure he does it from his own home, he's been podcasting for more than 15 years). VDARE always seemed pretty loose in the joints as far as technical proficiency, honestly, important a site as it is.

    Replies: @Thomas, @Chrisnonymous

    Yeah. I was trying to listen in the car, got a call, knocked the video off. So now I’d have to start over and find my spot again. Frustrating.

    Can you ask Peter Brimelow to ask Derb how to produce and publish a podcast please? Thanks.

    • Replies: @Dissident
    @Thomas


    I was trying to listen in the car, got a call, knocked the video off. So now I’d have to start over and find my spot again. Frustrating.
     
    For audio-only, as this "podcast" seems to be, is there an advantage to mp4 format over mp3?

    Chokes-up my Blackberry Classic (as does the mp4 Luke Ford recently uploaded to his SoundCloud page) when I try playing it.
    Been a while since I tried an mp4 on this relic but do not recall a problem with the ones I tried in the past.
    https://images.techhive.com/images/article/2014/12/blackberry_classic_marble_final-100536394-primary.idge.jpg
    It won't handle livestreams but archived YouTube videos have been manageable.

    Replies: @Thomas

  67. @Happy Tapir
    Oh boy, I’m totally stoked!

    Replies: @Happy Tapir

    It was great on both peoples part. Keep up the good work. Loved the Hawaii insight.

  68. Sailor and Kirkpatrick, and the Anthropomorphic Fallacy

    As with virtually all political/media/cultural/economic commentators about the profound influence of THE MEDIA in America; they objectify THE MEDIA anthropomorphically as though it is living thing that functions on its own.

    They never refer to the owners of THE MEDIA who decide what THE MEDIA broadcasts and prints.

    Who specifically are those individuals by name, class and ethnicity?

    Most importantly, they will never mention the significant majority ethnic makeup of THE MEDIA owners, and how that correlates with the significant majority ethnic makeup of the political and economic power class.

    They never mention the homogenetic ethnic character of THE MEDIA owners, and how that ethnic group uses THE MEDIA to mold public opinion to facilitate the political economic objectives of that ethnic group.

    Sailor, Kirkpatrick et al, know that no matter how popular social commentators are, if they dare to speak THE WORD denoting the significant ethnic majority owners of THE MEDIA, they will be out of work in the morning.

    While they will take to task the clock punching writers and editors doing what they get paid to do; they will talk about race, gender, conservatives, liberals, this and that politician, etc; but more generally, Sailor, Kirkpatrick et al ramble on about THE (anthropomorphized) MEDIA and ITS affect on society.

  69. @AndrewR
    @Reg Cæsar

    That comes with its own set of problems. A relative of mine killed himself, allegedly after his parents dismissed the maid whom he had fallen in love with. My grandpa claimed she was Irish.

    His dad, my great-great-great uncle, was so distraught over the death of his only child that he paid for an extremely expensive monument in the cemetary with the money he had earned selling boots to the Union army during the war, where they are buried today. Fortunately, some money was left over for my great-grandpa, along with his brothers and cousins, to inherit.

    https://www.atlasobscura.com/places/blocher-memorial

    Replies: @Bardon Kaldian, @Reg Cæsar

    We got married in a mansion named for the 19th-century entrepreneur who built it. He was caught dallying with the maid, and his wife filed for divorce. The man and the maid both took their lives. Her name was Molly, so I’m guessing she was Irish. She’s said to haunt the building to this day.

    Unfortunately, the place closed to the public for good after a 32-year-old worker died of the flu. In early 2019.

    • Replies: @AndrewR
    @Reg Cæsar

    That's bizarre on both counts. What is this place called, praytell?

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

  70. My Podcast Is Up

    Careful. Podcast is almost a Spoonerism of codpiece.

    On the subject of technology, this came in today from Inez Feltscher Stepman of the Federalist Society:

    President Dwight D. Eisenhower famously warned the country in his farewell address about the growing danger of the “military-industrial complex.” His second warning from the same speech goes mostly unremarked upon but seems far more relevant today:

    “Akin to, and largely responsible for the sweeping changes in our industrial-military posture, has been the technological revolution during recent decades.

    In this revolution, research has become central; it also becomes more formalized, complex, and costly. A steadily increasing share is conducted for, by, or at the direction of, the Federal government…

    Yet, in holding scientific research and discovery in respect, as we should, we must also be alert to the equal and opposite danger that public policy could itself become the captive of a scientific-technological elite.

    It is the task of statesmanship to mold, to balance, and to integrate these and other forces, new and old, within the principles of our democratic system-ever aiming toward the supreme goals of our free society.”

    The “complex” that might overshadow all our other polarizations and disagreements might well be the media-technology complex.

  71. Overdue advice from suburban Ohio:

    “Ivanka should just change his password,” she joked about Trump’s Twitter usage…

    https://www.newsweek.com/these-suburban-ohio-women-say-they-arent-showing-trump-polls-plan-show-election-day-1542573

  72. @Reg Cæsar
    @AndrewR

    We got married in a mansion named for the 19th-century entrepreneur who built it. He was caught dallying with the maid, and his wife filed for divorce. The man and the maid both took their lives. Her name was Molly, so I'm guessing she was Irish. She's said to haunt the building to this day.

    Unfortunately, the place closed to the public for good after a 32-year-old worker died of the flu. In early 2019.

    Replies: @AndrewR

    That’s bizarre on both counts. What is this place called, praytell?

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @AndrewR

    https://kdhlradio.com/check-out-minnesotas-most-haunted-restaurant-forepaughs/

  73. @Bardon Kaldian
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Not stereotypically neurotic Jewish, but thoughtful Jewish. And not accent, but thought patterns.

    Replies: @Buzz Mohawk, @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race

    Would you explain what you mean by ‘Jewish thought patterns’ you perceive in Steve’s podcast. I just listened to a bit of it and don’t have any idea what you might be talking about.

  74. @JimB
    @Steve Sailer

    White men feed the world.

    Replies: @Polistra, @Reg Cæsar, @Dissident

    Largely, but let’s give proper credit to Asians working in the rice paddies and elsewhere. They do their share! And what about the wild animal markets in China and southeast Asia? Oh wait.

  75. @Buzz Mohawk
    @Bardon Kaldian

    In other words, Steve sounds intelligent.

    Replies: @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race

    In other words, Steve sounds intelligent.

    In your response to Bardon Kaldian, he says both ‘thoughtful Jewish’ and ‘[Jewish] thought patterns’.

    It wouldn’t follow necessarily that either of these would make Steve ‘sound intelligent’.

    We already know he’s intelligent, but it does not follow that ‘Jewish thought patterns’ would make someone ‘sound’ or ‘be intelligent’, or certainly not exclusively would they.

    After quite a number of decades in NYC, I have known huge numbers of Jews, but I’m not sure I’d know what their ‘thought patterns’ were–short of the oft-discussed entitlement and double standards of critique and sponsoring of blacks and marrying them–even though I do know a number of Jewish accents primarily concentrated in this metro area (and we’re agreed there are none of those.)

    Be so kind as to clarify.

    • Replies: @Buzz Mohawk
    @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race

    It was a humorous way of making the same point you made in your reply to him. You are reading too much into it.

    I would reply to you that the "Jewish thought patterns" I have encountered my whole life have tended to require above-average intelligence, whether or not I have liked them or agreed with them. Plus, there is the stereotype (based in reality like all stereotypes) of the smart Jew, plus loads of IQ data which support my attempt at humor.

    Your perspective and mine can both be correct simultaneously, but the, ahem, intelligent ability to think two things at once is required.

    I threw them a bone, and I know they will take it and expect more. (That's a joke too, BTW.)

    Maybe someday an EEG will be able to detect Jewish thought patterns. Then we can settle the whole thing.*

    https://www.berkeley.edu/news/media/releases/2008/12/images/eeg.jpg

    *Joke

    Replies: @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race

  76. @Thomas
    It'd be helpful if VDARE had an RSS feed to plug into a podcast player. Derb manages to get the tech worked out (though I'm sure he does it from his own home, he's been podcasting for more than 15 years). VDARE always seemed pretty loose in the joints as far as technical proficiency, honestly, important a site as it is.

    Replies: @Thomas, @Chrisnonymous

    Yes. Also, someone please tell them how ugly and confusing the site is to use. I don’t read it for that reason.

    PS. Steve, great podcast. You should do more audio/video.

    • Replies: @Thomas
    @Chrisnonymous


    Yes. Also, someone please tell them how ugly and confusing the site is to use. I don’t read it for that reason.
     
    Yeah same here. Old articles seem to get lost in HTML never-never land. Orange is also not an attractive or easy to read color. (At least they have a dark mode.) I thought maybe that was some English thing Peter Brimelow chose.

    I appreciate that the Brimelows have done a lot with the site using mostly their own sweat and resources, and with all major Internet and financial institutions against them. But these presentation and technical issues have always caused Vdare to punch below its weight.
  77. @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race
    @Buzz Mohawk


    In other words, Steve sounds intelligent.
     
    In your response to Bardon Kaldian, he says both 'thoughtful Jewish' and '[Jewish] thought patterns'.

    It wouldn't follow necessarily that either of these would make Steve 'sound intelligent'.

    We already know he's intelligent, but it does not follow that 'Jewish thought patterns' would make someone 'sound' or 'be intelligent', or certainly not exclusively would they.

    After quite a number of decades in NYC, I have known huge numbers of Jews, but I'm not sure I'd know what their 'thought patterns' were--short of the oft-discussed entitlement and double standards of critique and sponsoring of blacks and marrying them--even though I do know a number of Jewish accents primarily concentrated in this metro area (and we're agreed there are none of those.)

    Be so kind as to clarify.

    Replies: @Buzz Mohawk

    It was a humorous way of making the same point you made in your reply to him. You are reading too much into it.

    I would reply to you that the “Jewish thought patterns” I have encountered my whole life have tended to require above-average intelligence, whether or not I have liked them or agreed with them. Plus, there is the stereotype (based in reality like all stereotypes) of the smart Jew, plus loads of IQ data which support my attempt at humor.

    Your perspective and mine can both be correct simultaneously, but the, ahem, intelligent ability to think two things at once is required.

    I threw them a bone, and I know they will take it and expect more. (That’s a joke too, BTW.)

    Maybe someday an EEG will be able to detect Jewish thought patterns. Then we can settle the whole thing.*

    *Joke

    • Replies: @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race
    @Buzz Mohawk


    I threw them a bone, and I know they will take it and expect more. (That’s a joke too, BTW.)
     
    The photo is a bit more of a joke (because, ultimately, they really will take just that, and expect more--immediately, if not sooner, as they say), since he does look très, très juif... I wonder if he is a mulatto like Alan Dershowitz and the other one 'Pheasant' posted.

    Clevah.
  78. @Buzz Mohawk
    @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race

    It was a humorous way of making the same point you made in your reply to him. You are reading too much into it.

    I would reply to you that the "Jewish thought patterns" I have encountered my whole life have tended to require above-average intelligence, whether or not I have liked them or agreed with them. Plus, there is the stereotype (based in reality like all stereotypes) of the smart Jew, plus loads of IQ data which support my attempt at humor.

    Your perspective and mine can both be correct simultaneously, but the, ahem, intelligent ability to think two things at once is required.

    I threw them a bone, and I know they will take it and expect more. (That's a joke too, BTW.)

    Maybe someday an EEG will be able to detect Jewish thought patterns. Then we can settle the whole thing.*

    https://www.berkeley.edu/news/media/releases/2008/12/images/eeg.jpg

    *Joke

    Replies: @Lace the Artist Formerly Known as Race

    I threw them a bone, and I know they will take it and expect more. (That’s a joke too, BTW.)

    The photo is a bit more of a joke (because, ultimately, they really will take just that, and expect more–immediately, if not sooner, as they say), since he does look très, très juif… I wonder if he is a mulatto like Alan Dershowitz and the other one ‘Pheasant’ posted.

    Clevah.

  79. @Steve Sailer
    @Dieter Kief

    How famous would Lichtenberg be today if he'd been an English writer?

    People in America would probably ascribe random witticisms to him like they do to Mark Twain or Winston Churchill: "As George Christopher Lichtenberg said, 'Golf is a good walk spoiled.'"

    Replies: @Dieter Kief

    Writing is not about fame so much. I kill my point now a bit by making it bluntly explicit – writing is about insights. And insights depend more on being in the world than on fame or popularity (that is maybe too short). 

    I – as so often – was on the bike in the woods today. And – I thought about Karl Kraus, who is your European predecessor. The man who took on the media (preferably the papers and magazines) of his time – often on a daily basis. Jonathan Franzen wrote an essay about him (The Kraus Project), but unfortunately, he didn’t get much right about Kraus. But he did see the writer Kraus, which is an accomplishment in itself because his magazine Die Fackel, Kraus’ Blog, so to speak, is so huge (900+ numbers, 20 000 pages written over a period of 24 years between roughly 1912 and 1936, the year Karl Kraus died).

    I sighed when I saw Franzen’s Die Fackel mishap, but then I thought, that it could almost not have happened in another way because the whole thing is too big and too complex to be of much worth now – except (maybe) for specialists. 

    Jonathan Franzen had the help of his friend, the (half) Austrian writer Daniel Kehlmann (who wrote a really nice and ironic and compact novel about Wilhelm von Humboldt and Carl Friedrich Gauss (Measuring the World) – ok, and Kehlmann had been working on the historical-critical Kraus edition for some time, and he is (half) Austrian – and still, even with the help of Kehlmann – Franzen got (ok that is a bit rough, but unfortunately not wrong) lost in Kraus. What I’d want to say is: It makes at times sense to wrap things up – thoughts, etc., since lots of them loose context rapidly and are then (almost) impenetrable.

    I’m not suspicious of you, or of your work, so my analogy sucks a bit. Alright – I am suspicious of Karl Kraus. He resisted to wrap things up (to write shorter pieces) and my suspicion is, he did not want to give condensed and revised and – a bit explained – versions of the myriad of his magazine-pieces, because he would then have had to face his idiosyncracies more clearly than he was willing to. Maybe he was not able to – look into that mirror Lichtenberg talks about, that a shorter and more concise version of his work would have been because he feared what he would have had to look at then. 
    What I know is, that it is not easy to write a book, and not least because of the existential process, that necessarily goes along with it. 
    What is the right attitude then to come to grips with such questions? – When in doubt, I tend to have a look at – JWv Goethe. The Weimarian genius came to a point when he found that there were always proponents and opponents to what he said/wrote and did (he did lots of practical things – not least he oversaw the construction of one of the most beautiful German roads – the one between Weimar and Jena – still there today). Ok, he said since there are always proponents and opponents to what I do – I might as well not care too much if people agree or don’t. But it was clear for him, that writing things down and publishing them made sense.
    I would love to read a new book of yours – be it rather short (150 or so pages, ten chapters); or long – 25 chapters, 500 pages… I’ve just glanced through a little book about listening by Paul Tournier, a long-forgotten psychoanalyst from Geneva. – He chose to write in a rather short, dense, and frank style – but even though I’ve not spent much time with this little book, I’ve spoken now repeatedly about it with colleagues and found insights in it, which are outstanding – not least about the clear-sightedness of regular peasants, for example (their – lack, so to speak – of rationalizations – I’ll have a closer look soon).

    Ah – Georg Christoph Lichtenberg, in his aphorism about books, which are mirrors, adds that if an ape is looking into a book, it can’t be an Apostle, who is looking out.
    “Ein Buch ist ein Spiegel, wenn ein Affe hineinschaut, so kann kein Apostel herausgucken.”

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @Dieter Kief

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karl_Kraus_(writer)

  80. @Chrisnonymous
    @Thomas

    Yes. Also, someone please tell them how ugly and confusing the site is to use. I don't read it for that reason.

    PS. Steve, great podcast. You should do more audio/video.

    Replies: @Thomas

    Yes. Also, someone please tell them how ugly and confusing the site is to use. I don’t read it for that reason.

    Yeah same here. Old articles seem to get lost in HTML never-never land. Orange is also not an attractive or easy to read color. (At least they have a dark mode.) I thought maybe that was some English thing Peter Brimelow chose.

    I appreciate that the Brimelows have done a lot with the site using mostly their own sweat and resources, and with all major Internet and financial institutions against them. But these presentation and technical issues have always caused Vdare to punch below its weight.

  81. @Dieter Kief
    @Steve Sailer

    Writing is not about fame so much. I kill my point now a bit by making it bluntly explicit - writing is about insights. And insights depend more on being in the world than on fame or popularity (that is maybe too short). 

    I - as so often - was on the bike in the woods today. And - I thought about Karl Kraus, who is your European predecessor. The man who took on the media (preferably the papers and magazines) of his time - often on a daily basis. Jonathan Franzen wrote an essay about him (The Kraus Project), but unfortunately, he didn't get much right about Kraus. But he did see the writer Kraus, which is an accomplishment in itself because his magazine Die Fackel, Kraus' Blog, so to speak, is so huge (900+ numbers, 20 000 pages written over a period of 24 years between roughly 1912 and 1936, the year Karl Kraus died).

    I sighed when I saw Franzen's Die Fackel mishap, but then I thought, that it could almost not have happened in another way because the whole thing is too big and too complex to be of much worth now - except (maybe) for specialists. 

    Jonathan Franzen had the help of his friend, the (half) Austrian writer Daniel Kehlmann (who wrote a really nice and ironic and compact novel about Wilhelm von Humboldt and Carl Friedrich Gauss (Measuring the World) - ok, and Kehlmann had been working on the historical-critical Kraus edition for some time, and he is (half) Austrian - and still, even with the help of Kehlmann - Franzen got (ok that is a bit rough, but unfortunately not wrong) lost in Kraus. What I'd want to say is: It makes at times sense to wrap things up - thoughts, etc., since lots of them loose context rapidly and are then (almost) impenetrable.

    I'm not suspicious of you, or of your work, so my analogy sucks a bit. Alright - I am suspicious of Karl Kraus. He resisted to wrap things up (to write shorter pieces) and my suspicion is, he did not want to give condensed and revised and - a bit explained - versions of the myriad of his magazine-pieces, because he would then have had to face his idiosyncracies more clearly than he was willing to. Maybe he was not able to - look into that mirror Lichtenberg talks about, that a shorter and more concise version of his work would have been because he feared what he would have had to look at then. 
    What I know is, that it is not easy to write a book, and not least because of the existential process, that necessarily goes along with it. 
    What is the right attitude then to come to grips with such questions? - When in doubt, I tend to have a look at - JWv Goethe. The Weimarian genius came to a point when he found that there were always proponents and opponents to what he said/wrote and did (he did lots of practical things - not least he oversaw the construction of one of the most beautiful German roads - the one between Weimar and Jena - still there today). Ok, he said since there are always proponents and opponents to what I do - I might as well not care too much if people agree or don't. But it was clear for him, that writing things down and publishing them made sense.
    I would love to read a new book of yours - be it rather short (150 or so pages, ten chapters); or long - 25 chapters, 500 pages... I've just glanced through a little book about listening by Paul Tournier, a long-forgotten psychoanalyst from Geneva. - He chose to write in a rather short, dense, and frank style - but even though I've not spent much time with this little book, I've spoken now repeatedly about it with colleagues and found insights in it, which are outstanding - not least about the clear-sightedness of regular peasants, for example (their - lack, so to speak - of rationalizations - I'll have a closer look soon).

    Ah - Georg Christoph Lichtenberg, in his aphorism about books, which are mirrors, adds that if an ape is looking into a book, it can't be an Apostle, who is looking out.
    "Ein Buch ist ein Spiegel, wenn ein Affe hineinschaut, so kann kein Apostel herausgucken."

    Replies: @Steve Sailer

  82. Does Kirkpatrick have a regular podcast? He knows the secret of using the questions to structure a conversation rather than hold a sentence-paragraph, Q-and-A interrogation. He got the best out of you, Steve.

    • Agree: Harry Baldwin
    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @Philip Neal

    Yes, he's a good interviewer.

    , @Dieter Kief
    @Philip Neal

    James Kirkpatrick has a good voice - and he makes good use of it. Very useful (and pleasant) in podcasts - and rare.

  83. @Philip Neal
    Does Kirkpatrick have a regular podcast? He knows the secret of using the questions to structure a conversation rather than hold a sentence-paragraph, Q-and-A interrogation. He got the best out of you, Steve.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Dieter Kief

    Yes, he’s a good interviewer.

  84. @AndrewR
    @Reg Cæsar

    That's bizarre on both counts. What is this place called, praytell?

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

  85. @RichardTaylor
    @Whiskey


    If the , coalition can only be unified by hate of White men the only solution is final.
     
    There is an ongoing final solution to the White problem. It's done through social policy.

    As far as anything more direct, they don't have the means. Who would enforce it? And it would be too much of a gift. Something so direct would energize White men. It's the passive-aggressive politics of our age that leaves White men helpless.

    Replies: @Pat Kittle

    (((Anti-White passive-aggressive media shysters))) become ever less passive:

    Instagram refuses to remove ‘Black art’
    depicting severed heads of White people
    [held by morbidly obese naked Shaniqua’s]
    citing ‘differences of expression:

    — (https://www.rt.com/news/504115-instagram-refuses-remove-black-woman-white-people-severed-heads/)

    PS: Thanks, Steve & James.

  86. @RichardTaylor
    By the way, just in case anyone thinks anti-White social justice warriors just started yesterday, it was well established over 50 years ago.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C4AEEYDoLOU

    Replies: @Dissident

    By the way, just in case anyone thinks anti-White social justice warriors just started yesterday, it was well established over 50 years ago.

    I had a similar reaction when hearing some of Orson Welles’ and Jack Webb’s old radio work.

  87. @Whiskey
    Nice to see you highlight the White women problem like Stanley Ann Dunham.

    And yes the Dems are the black party. Well and White women. Aspiring rappers and Karens.

    Replies: @Lurker, @nymom

    If the Dems are the party of black people, then they will become a powerless group very quickly, kind of like the Congressional Black Caucus and the NAACP. Neither one of these that anybody who is anybody cares about anymore.

    The problem is the Dems are also the party of Hispanics, which numbers are growing rapidly. Also the Dems are the party of white women voters and college age voters.

    So they are still a formidable force to reckon with, unfortunately…

    I do think, at some point, they will just become the party of blacks and loony leftists but that time has not arrived yet.

  88. I think the comparison between Obama and Kamala are a bit dubious

    Kamala is married to a Jewish white lawyer whereas Obama married Michelle Obama
    Kamala appears to be way more pro-Israel.
    Kamala chose to be a prosecutor, I don’t think Obama would ever choose that.
    Kamala believes nothing (even her supporters say she is non-ideological) which IMO is different than Obama

  89. @Philip Neal
    Does Kirkpatrick have a regular podcast? He knows the secret of using the questions to structure a conversation rather than hold a sentence-paragraph, Q-and-A interrogation. He got the best out of you, Steve.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Dieter Kief

    James Kirkpatrick has a good voice – and he makes good use of it. Very useful (and pleasant) in podcasts – and rare.

  90. @Anonymous
    @Bill P

    As an East Coaster, I find that people from LA and California like Steve tend to speak more slowly than people on the East Coast. By East Coast here I of course mean mainly the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast, not the South, although there are fast talking Southerners as well.

    I believe Californian, particularly Southern Californian and LA speech comes mainly from Midwestern and Okie speech patterns. Hence the more Midwestern speed and cadence.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @black sea, @J1234, @Reg Cæsar

    Johnny Carson was from the Midwest. Let’s be honest, without being harsh. Sailer speaking makes me think of what I’ve read about Thomas Jefferson – a great writer and an expansive and very clever thinker, but not a gifted public speaker. This is in no way a put down, as most of us fit in that category (as speakers, I mean.) I enjoy hearing these rare broadcasts but there’s a reason his messages are mostly written and not in audio form.

    • Replies: @black sea
    @J1234

    “I think like a genius, I write like a distinguished author, and I speak like a child.”

    -- Nabokov

  91. @JimB
    @Steve Sailer

    White men feed the world.

    Replies: @Polistra, @Reg Cæsar, @Dissident

    White men feed the world.

    That’s why the CSA starved.

    Throughout the war, food scarcity in the Confederacy hampered military preparedness, adversely affected military decisions, caused malnutrition, exacerbated illnesses, and devastated civilian and military morale. Northern armies took advantage of this weakness and targeted Southern port cities and transportation systems. Once they cut the South off from being able to import food

    The Army of the Confederacy grew thin while the dinner tables of the Union Army held feasts.

    http://civilwar.gratzpa.org/2011/04/starving-the-south-how-the-north-won-the-civil-war/

    • Replies: @JimB
    @Reg Cæsar


    That’s why the CSA starved.
     
    You can’t eat cotton and tobacco.
  92. @Steve Sailer
    @anon

    We grew up a couple of miles apart a few years apart. I never met Ron until 2000, but I've met people who knew him in high school.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    You have a similar accent to Ron Unz. Is that becasue you two hang out so much?

    We grew up a couple of miles apart a few years apart. I never met Ron until 2000, but I’ve met people who knew him in high school.

    Maine has two distinct accents, one inland, like New Hampshire’s, and one coastal, as in Wockpo’t and Wockwand. Two of my shipmates grew up five miles apart but didn’t meet until they were posted together.

    Ayuh, one had the one accent, the other the other.

    Note that Maine’s electors split for the first time in 2016. I wonder if there’s a connection.

    https://www.270towin.com/content/split-electoral-votes-maine-and-nebraska/

  93. @Anonymous
    @Bill P

    As an East Coaster, I find that people from LA and California like Steve tend to speak more slowly than people on the East Coast. By East Coast here I of course mean mainly the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast, not the South, although there are fast talking Southerners as well.

    I believe Californian, particularly Southern Californian and LA speech comes mainly from Midwestern and Okie speech patterns. Hence the more Midwestern speed and cadence.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @black sea, @J1234, @Reg Cæsar

    As an East Coaster, I find that people from LA and California like Steve tend to speak more slowly than people on the East Coast.

    The slowest- speaking Americans I’ve ever met were from “Down East”, i.e., coastal Maine. Not all of them; some did speak at a normal rate. (How fast does Stephen King speak?) The Northeast has a very wide range of verbal speeds.

    But nothing approaches our neighbors in Quebec. Guinness would list some Francophone hockey announcer as the world’s fastest talker. (Does Qu’est-ce que c’est? count as six words, three, or one?)

    Now that ice hockey is announced in Spanish, this could be surpassed. How fast can you say “chopping onions and cilantro and tomatoes” (Están picando cebollas y cilantro y tomates) in that language?

    How Spanish hockey announcers translate the game

  94. @JimB
    @Steve Sailer

    White men feed the world.

    Replies: @Polistra, @Reg Cæsar, @Dissident

    White men feed the world.

    “It is this world, a world where cruise ships throw away more food in a day than most residents of Port-au-Prince see in a year, where white folks’ greed runs a world in need, apartheid in one hemisphere, apathy in another hemisphere… That’s the world! On which hope sits!”
    – Barack Obama, quoting Rev. Jeremiah Wright
    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2012/01/michelle-obamas-resentment-of-white-irish-catholics-similar-to-obamas-hatred-of-white-folks-greed-video/

  95. @Thomas
    @Thomas

    Yeah. I was trying to listen in the car, got a call, knocked the video off. So now I'd have to start over and find my spot again. Frustrating.

    Can you ask Peter Brimelow to ask Derb how to produce and publish a podcast please? Thanks.

    Replies: @Dissident

    I was trying to listen in the car, got a call, knocked the video off. So now I’d have to start over and find my spot again. Frustrating.

    For audio-only, as this “podcast” seems to be, is there an advantage to mp4 format over mp3?

    Chokes-up my Blackberry Classic (as does the mp4 Luke Ford recently uploaded to his SoundCloud page) when I try playing it.
    Been a while since I tried an mp4 on this relic but do not recall a problem with the ones I tried in the past.It won’t handle livestreams but archived YouTube videos have been manageable.

    • Replies: @Thomas
    @Dissident


    For audio-only, as this “podcast” seems to be, is there an advantage to mp4 format over mp3?
     
    It was an upload to Bitchute, so I assume that's the format Bitchute uses.

    Replies: @Dissident

  96. @Dissident
    @Thomas


    I was trying to listen in the car, got a call, knocked the video off. So now I’d have to start over and find my spot again. Frustrating.
     
    For audio-only, as this "podcast" seems to be, is there an advantage to mp4 format over mp3?

    Chokes-up my Blackberry Classic (as does the mp4 Luke Ford recently uploaded to his SoundCloud page) when I try playing it.
    Been a while since I tried an mp4 on this relic but do not recall a problem with the ones I tried in the past.
    https://images.techhive.com/images/article/2014/12/blackberry_classic_marble_final-100536394-primary.idge.jpg
    It won't handle livestreams but archived YouTube videos have been manageable.

    Replies: @Thomas

    For audio-only, as this “podcast” seems to be, is there an advantage to mp4 format over mp3?

    It was an upload to Bitchute, so I assume that’s the format Bitchute uses.

    • Replies: @Dissident
    @Thomas

    I had thought I had already thanked Thomas for this reply but apparently not, so I shall do so now.

    I have finally just listened to the entire interview and want to thank and commend both Mr. Sailer, as well as Mr. Kirkpatrick and everyone else from VDARE who contributed and made it available. (And to echo Thomas, I do hope VDARE will be able to offer future audio-only offerings in the standard mp3 podcast format.)

    To echo Almost Missouri above, "the Dunham-Obama-CIA-Hawaii-GoldenMan thing", as he succinctly put it, was indeed quite intriguing.

    Was Mr. Obama driven by racial grievances? Or merely by cynical, self-serving motivations to exploit and indulge anti-white sentiment? Similarly, the disputes over whether the former President was actually a Christian as he purported to be, or a secret Muslim, as many of his detractors alleged, seemed to miss what to me was fairly obvious. Namely, that both the ostensible Christian identity, affiliations and rhetoric, as well as the ostensible Muslim sympathies and overtures (both explicit as well as implicit) of Barack Obama were not much more than expedient career- and status-advancing postures of a shrewd, amply-groomed politician.

    It would be most interesting to hear Mr. Sailer address such questions.

  97. @J1234
    @Anonymous

    Johnny Carson was from the Midwest. Let's be honest, without being harsh. Sailer speaking makes me think of what I've read about Thomas Jefferson - a great writer and an expansive and very clever thinker, but not a gifted public speaker. This is in no way a put down, as most of us fit in that category (as speakers, I mean.) I enjoy hearing these rare broadcasts but there's a reason his messages are mostly written and not in audio form.

    Replies: @black sea

    “I think like a genius, I write like a distinguished author, and I speak like a child.”

    — Nabokov

    • Thanks: HammerJack
  98. I just wanted to say thanks for the podcast.

    Though you talked about it some before, I had never heard the Dunham-Obama-CIA-Hawaii-GoldenMan thing spelled out so clearly before. Kinda reminded me of the early BAP podcasts where he veers off on a seeming digression into colonial Africa.

  99. @Je Suis Omar Mateen
    @Bill P

    Sailer's voice is surprisingly high for his height. I'm shorter but my voice is much deeper. Sailer must have low T - I'm not surprised by that at all.

    Replies: @J.Ross

    Disagree. It was all I could do to not donate money on condition that he introduce himself with “Hellllo littttle buddddy.” Anyway come at me you turkey-loving snowball-dodging proddy frog bastard. When I am awake anyhow.

  100. @Reg Cæsar
    @JimB


    White men feed the world.
     
    That's why the CSA starved.

    Throughout the war, food scarcity in the Confederacy hampered military preparedness, adversely affected military decisions, caused malnutrition, exacerbated illnesses, and devastated civilian and military morale. Northern armies took advantage of this weakness and targeted Southern port cities and transportation systems. Once they cut the South off from being able to import food...

    The Army of the Confederacy grew thin while the dinner tables of the Union Army held feasts.

    http://civilwar.gratzpa.org/2011/04/starving-the-south-how-the-north-won-the-civil-war/
     

    Replies: @JimB

    That’s why the CSA starved.

    You can’t eat cotton and tobacco.

  101. Relevant thinking from Duncan Moench, The WASP Roots of the Social Justice Movement
    https://www.tabletmag.com/sections/news/articles/wasp-roots-social-justice

    Idea: The Obama and post-Obama age as a continuity of Anglo-Protestantism, which today manifests as Benetton-infused Anglo Post-Protestantism

    All of the following directly quoted from Moench:

    “Since the Mayflower, Anglo-Americans have been bred to think narcissistic self-flagellation equals a godly avoidance of sin. Wokeness operates in this same lineage of self-condemning Protestant practice. The biggest difference between our contemporary woke hysterics and that of the previous LASP [Liberal Anglo-Saxon Protestantism] hysterias of the 1690s, the late-1770s, the mid-1850s, the 1910s, and the 1950s is our present one’s veneer of “multiculturalism…”

    “…Not even 30 years ago, most observers recognized America’s elite higher education and major media operations were dominated by “WASP” culture (again, I prefer “LASP”—more accurate). Starting in the early 1990s, these LASP schools began seeking out more ethnic “minorities,” non-heterosexuals, and eventually nonbinary genders—but, they did so almost exclusively from the same incestuous, select public schools of wealthy neighborhoods, and well-to-do, thoroughly Anglicized—and culturally Protestant—private schools and elite feeder programs. Within a short period of time, the superficial diversity on display in school promotional brochures and op-ed avatars changed dramatically, while little about these elite institution’s cultures changed…”

    “We are living through another extended bout of American nativist hysteria. This one too is driven by LASP elites. However, today’s iteration does not know its habits of thought remain culturally Anglo-Saxon Protestant. That the proponents of wokeness are ignorant of their own intellectual and comparative cultural roots should be no surprise as academia has largely conspired against the teaching of intellectual history since the late ’60s…”

    “Almost universally, these opponents of the serious study of comparative ideas also adhere to ideological concepts of liberationism— a notion leaden with Protestant assumptions of a coming millenarian salvation. In true Protestant fashion, salvation is still imagined as brought on through the individual’s expression of correct moral belief. However, now in the post-Protestant age, reward is not thought to arrive in the afterlife or some other metaphysical plane. Instead, social salvation awaits us all through mere individual choice. The path forward? Simply show you are on the “right side of history.”

    “Today’s woke mania serves as refashioned Anglo elitist exclusivity—an envoy of the same-old LASP hysterias of the past, but now wearing a “multicultural” mask. ”

  102. @Thomas
    @Dissident


    For audio-only, as this “podcast” seems to be, is there an advantage to mp4 format over mp3?
     
    It was an upload to Bitchute, so I assume that's the format Bitchute uses.

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    I had thought I had already thanked Thomas for this reply but apparently not, so I shall do so now.

    I have finally just listened to the entire interview and want to thank and commend both Mr. Sailer, as well as Mr. Kirkpatrick and everyone else from VDARE who contributed and made it available. (And to echo Thomas, I do hope VDARE will be able to offer future audio-only offerings in the standard mp3 podcast format.)

    To echo Almost Missouri above, “the Dunham-Obama-CIA-Hawaii-GoldenMan thing”, as he succinctly put it, was indeed quite intriguing.

    Was Mr. Obama driven by racial grievances? Or merely by cynical, self-serving motivations to exploit and indulge anti-white sentiment? Similarly, the disputes over whether the former President was actually a Christian as he purported to be, or a secret Muslim, as many of his detractors alleged, seemed to miss what to me was fairly obvious. Namely, that both the ostensible Christian identity, affiliations and rhetoric, as well as the ostensible Muslim sympathies and overtures (both explicit as well as implicit) of Barack Obama were not much more than expedient career- and status-advancing postures of a shrewd, amply-groomed politician.

    It would be most interesting to hear Mr. Sailer address such questions.

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