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From the New York Times‘ news section in 2018:

Racial Slur Leads to Papa John’s Founder Quitting Chairman Post

By Tiffany Hsu
July 11, 2018

John Schnatter, the founder of Papa John’s Pizza, has resigned as chairman of the board of Papa John’s International, the company announced late Wednesday, hours after he apologized for using a racial slur in a comment about black people during a conference call in May.

The company, one of the largest pizza chains in the United States, with more than 5,000 locations around the world, said that its independent directors had accepted Mr. Schnatter’s resignation and would appoint a new chairman in the coming weeks. Mr. Schnatter will remain on Papa John’s board, according to a regulatory filing.

Earlier Wednesday, Mr. Schnatter described his comments during the conference call as “inappropriate and hurtful” in a statement provided by the company.

The apology was prompted by a report in Forbes that described the call, which was with the Laundry Service marketing agency. Mr. Schnatter said that Col. Harland Sanders, who founded the Kentucky Fried Chicken fast-food chain and was its longtime spokesman, used the racial slur to describe black people and never faced backlash for doing so, according to the Forbes report.

He also discussed his youth in Indiana and the violence against black people that took place there, according to the report.

“Regardless of the context, I apologize,” he said in his statement confirming the report. “Simply stated, racism has no place in our society.”

Mr. Schnatter, 56, also resigned from the board of trustees for the University of Louisville, according to the school. …

Major League Baseball decided on Wednesday to suspend its Papa Slam promotion, which provided discounts to Papa John’s customers each time a player hit a grand slam.

And the reaction spread to Mr. Schnatter’s hometown Jeffersonville, Ind., where the mayor stripped a local gym of his name. “I made the decision yesterday at 4 p.m., sign was removed at 4:30,” said Mike Moore, the mayor, in an email on Thursday. “John’s comments are not acceptable and I will not allow a building in the city of Jeffersonville to honor his name.”

Mr. Schnatter set off an uproar in November by blaming the National Football League — with which Papa John’s had a sponsorship deal — for a slump in sales during a conference call with investors. He complained about the league’s handling of football players who protested racism and police brutality by kneeling during the national anthem. …

The comments were praised by white supremacists, and Papa John’s responded by saying it did not want white supremacists or their groups buying its pizzas. Mr. Schnatter, an outsized figure at the company who appeared frequently in its commercials and owns 30 percent of its stock, stepped down as chief executive in December. …

Forbes reported that the call in May was intended to help Mr. Schnatter avoid future public relations blunders involving race.

Casey Wasserman, the chief executive of Wasserman, the talent management company that owns Laundry Service, declined to comment.

But from the Associated Press feed today, a press release from John Schnatter:

Federal Court Unseals Complaint Detailing Secret Plot To Damage Papa John’s Founder And Company Brand

LOUISVILLE, Ky., March 3, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The U.S. District Court for the Western District of Kentucky has ordered that an Amended Complaint filed by Papa John’s founder and former Chairman and CEO John Schnatter must be unsealed, revealing shocking details from the case for the first time. The unredacted excerpts demonstrate how Laundry Service, a firm hired by Papa John’s to enhance its brand and that of the company founder, instead conspired to directly and willfully harm their image and brand.

According to the Amended Complaint, the details come from a “hot mic” conversation between the Laundry Service CEO, Jason Stein, and other firm personnel after concluding a conference call with Schnatter, in which the Papa John’s founder repeatedly expressed his disdain for racism. Clearly planning to reverse the meaning of Schnatter’s comments and expose a false version of them to the media, Stein and his colleagues discuss ways they can destroy the founder’s reputation and thus his namesake company’s brand, as reflected in the complaint.

In the conversation that was taped by a witness in the litigation, Stein said that he hoped “he gets f******* sent out to pasture on this s***.” The plot was to use Schnatter’s statement “against him” and to schedule a “live interview with a hostile media personality and prompt Mr. Schnatter to make damaging statements which need ‘to be viral,’” according to the complaint.

“The chilling details from this taped conversation make clear the intent of Laundry Service to destroy my reputation, as well as the Papa John’s brand, harming our employees and franchisees in the process. A recent investigative report by former FBI Director Louis Freeh showed there was nothing racist in my words or actions on the conference call with our ad firm and also proves there has never been in my history. With this and the evidence coming forth in our litigation, it’s time for Laundry Service to be held accountable, and for Papa John’s to correct the record and apologize to me for validating the media frenzy that led to my forced departure as the company Chairman,” Schnatter concluded.

From Schnatter’s unsealed complaint:

29. Laundry Service did not meet expectations. By spring of 2018, its management was afraid that it was going to lose the Papa John’s account, partially because Mr. Schnatter was unhappy with Laundry Service’s approach.

30. On May 14, 2018, Mr. Schnatter attended a meeting at the Laundry Service office in Brooklyn, New York, to discuss a new advertising campaign for the company. At the meeting, the then-CEO of Laundry Service (Jason Stein) strongly advocated for Papa John’s using Kanye West in its new campaign. Mr. Schnatter considered this option for a few days but then expressed discomfort with partnering with Mr. West because of his controversial nature and use of the “n-word” in his lyrics.

31. On May 22, 2018, Mr. Schnatter was on a call with Laundry Service from his office in Jeffersontown, Kentucky. Laundry Service had recently recommended that Mr. Schnatter again appear in Papa John’s commercials, and Mr. Schnatter believed the call was about new marketing and creative initiatives. Laundry Service, however, used the call to ask Mr. Schnatter questions related to his views on race. Throughout the call, Mr. Schnatter expressed his wholesale rejection of racism and how he saw its inherent, insidious effects as a young person in Indiana.

32. At the end of the call, Mr. Schnatter expressed how his comments regarding the NFL were improperly reported and used to paint him as someone he was not. He then said:

“[W]hat bothers me is Colonel Sanders called blacks n—–s. I’m like, I never used that word. And they get away with it. And we used the word ‘debacle’ and we get framed in the same genre.”

33. Mr. Schnatter thus did not use a racial slur against African Americans in the call. On the contrary, he clarified—in this impromptu discussion of race—that it was a term he had never used. And, moreover, that it was absurd to draw a moral equivalency between his describing NFL management’s handling of the anthem protests as a “debacle” and statements by a public figure openly disparaging minorities.

34. Unbeknownst to Mr. Schnatter, Laundry Service recorded the call. However, Laundry Service continued recording after Mr. Schnatter hung up, and captured internal discussions between senior Laundry Service employees (including Stein, its CEO at the time) directly after the call ended. Those discussions are shocking. Laundry Service immediately began to discuss how Mr. Schnatter’s statements on the call could be used against him to damage his image so “he gets fucking sent out to pasture on this shit” (in Stein’s words). The plan, according to the recorded conversation, was to arrange for Mr. Schnatter to have an hourlong live interview with a hostile media personality and prompt Mr. Schnatter to make damaging statements which need “to be viral.”

35. There was no mistaking Laundry’s Service’s ill-intent. As a former employee present during these discussions has testified: “this did not seem part of the efforts to maintain – to help John’s reputation to do the job that we were paid for to help … [this seemed like] the opposite of helping John.” When that employee reported the issue to Laundry Service’s human resources department and provided the incriminating recording, he was told to delete the recording.

36. Laundry Service was fired shortly thereafter. In June 2018, Laundry Service claimed Papa John’s should pay for work Laundry Service had intended to provide as the company’s media buyer. When a dispute arose over whether Laundry Service was entitled to these payments, Casey Wasserman, the CEO of Wasserman Media Group, told Papa John’s then CEO Steve Ritchie that he would “bury the founder” (i.e., Mr. Schnatter) if Laundry Service was not paid $6 million dollars.

Laundry Service Breaches the Services Agreement and the Confidentiality & NonDisparagement Agreement

37. On the evening of July 10, 2018, Mr. Schnatter received a call from the General Counsel of Papa John’s and was told “[someone] at Laundry Service has been talking to Forbes.”

38. The next morning, on July 11, 2018, Forbes published an article titled, “Papa John’s Founder Used N-Word on Conference Call.” The article characterized Mr. Schnatter’s statement as a way of “downplaying the significance of his NFL statement” without providing the context of his comments. The article also stated, incorrectly, that Wasserman had moved to terminate the Services Agreement with the company as a result of Mr. Schnatter’s statements during the call. In truth, Papa John’s had terminated Laundry Service as the company’s media buyer.

It’s almost as if the Woke sometimes have mercenary motivations …

 
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  1. Six million dollars?

    • LOL: Gabe Ruth
    • Replies: @jon
    @Hunsdon


    Six million dollars?
     
    Do you think that is a lot or a little?

    Replies: @Barnard

    , @Polistra
    @Hunsdon

    Actually the complaint says "$6 million dollars" which reads as "six million dollars dollars" and while I realize this is the habit nowadays it's the first time I've seen it in a legal brief.

    , @James Forrestal
    @Hunsdon


    Six million dollars?
     
    Yeah, no kidding. Obviously not a figure simply picked out of the air -- or one meant to represent an actual business debt. Seems like there might be some sort of symbolism involved here. The alleged "genocide of 6 million shekels" was reported at the time of the initial anti-Schatter "news" campaign, but didn't get heavy coverage.

    Let's review the sequence of events as known so far:

    1. Mr. Schatter openly objected to/ dissented from the anti-White party line endorsed by all major semitic narrative promotion agencies on the "White goy policemen conspiring to murder all the unarmed Negro goyim for no reason" issue.


    Mr. Schnatter set off an uproar in November by blaming the National Football League — with which Papa John’s had a sponsorship deal — for a slump in sales during a conference call with investors. He complained about the league’s handling of football players who protested "racism" and "police brutality" by kneeling during the national anthem. …
     
    [Note that their characterization of the vitriolic, coordinated attacks on Mr. Schatter by major narrative promotion agencies deliberately inverts reality; Schatter supposedly "set off an uproar" in the media narrative by his minor dissent. He forced them to attack him, doncha know...

    2. As you noted, Mr. STEIN and Mr. WASSERMAN falsely claimed that Mr. Schnatter owed them literally SIX MILLION shekels, and conspired to secretly record Mr. Schatter, hoping to get a sound bite that they could misrepresent in order to use it as the nucleus for a publicity campaign attacking him as a "bad goy" who not only "gassed 6 MILLION shekels to death," but also has "repeatedly failed to demonstrate the appropriate level of self-hatred required of all White goyim."


    In June 2018, Laundry Service claimed Papa John’s should pay for "work" Laundry Service had intended to provide as the company’s media buyer. When a dispute arose over whether Laundry Service was entitled to these payments, Casey Wasserman, the CEO of Wasserman Media Group, told Papa John’s then CEO Steve Ritchie that he would “bury the founder” (i.e., Mr. Schnatter) if Laundry Service was not paid $6 million dollars.
     
    3. Mr. STEIN and Mr. WASSERMAN's co-ethnics at the major narrative promotion agencies target Mr. Schatter with a nationawide smear campaign based on STEIN and WASSERMAN's desired narrative, resulting in Mr. Shatter's resignation.

    Also of note:

    - Schnatter is of German ancestry, so anti-German hatred likely played a role -- in addition to the obvious anti-White hatred/ semitic supremacism that motivated the unhinged attacks on him by Stein, Wasserman, and the so-called "news" media.

    - Papa John has donated to Trump and Rand Paul, and took several other political positions that ran contrary to the "woke capitalism" party line.

    [Rand Paul has made the required pilgrimage to the Wailing Wall, but nonetheless has been repeatedly attacked for his allegedly "inadequately enthusiastic" levels of Israel Firstism.]


    It’s almost as if the Woke sometimes have mercenary motivations …
     
    Meh. The shekels are important, but clearly not the main issue here. This is a very obvious example of systemic semitism in action. It's how The Narrative is enforced.
    , @Jus' Sayin'...
    @Hunsdon


    Six million dollars?
     
    Yet another Holocaust denier /sarc/
    , @WaffleStaffel
    @Hunsdon

    Into the pizza ovens...

  2. Purdue dumps Papa John’s founder over slur, will return $8M, strip name from econ center

    https://www.usatoday.com/story/money/2018/08/05/purdue-dumps-papa-johns-founder-after-ethnic-slur/909859002/

    WEST LAFAYETTE, Indiana — Purdue University will strip John Schnatter’s name from an economic research center at the Krannert School of Management and will offer to return the $8 million the founder of the Papa John’s pizza chain gave the West Lafayette campus in April after racially charged comments he made.

    Purdue’s trustees on Friday morning, in their first meeting since Schnatter’s use of the N-word and other comments about race relations became public via a July 11 report in Forbes magazine, voted to disassociate the university from him.

    Ahead of the vote, Mike Berghoff, trustees chairman, said the university had put a lot of time into deciding to add Schnatter’s name to the four-year-old Center for Economic Research at Purdue. He said the university felt a responsibility to put time into a decision about whether to remove Schnatter’s name.Berghoff read the following statement ahead of the trustees’ vote:

    “The board believes this action is necessary to avoid distraction from the center’s work, counterproductive division on the campus, and any inference of any deviation from the university’s often stated stance on tolerance and racial relations.”

    • Replies: @Getaclue
    @Calvin Hobbes

    I hope he didn't let them keep the money....

  3. Here’s something that used to be a joke and not something resembling reality:

    • Replies: @Seneca44
    @Calvin Hobbes

    This 40 year old movie has a lot of relevance to the current year. Shortly after this scene, there is one in which the members of the Judean People's Front are discussing one of their male members who wants to be a woman and bear children. They conclude that he should have the right to bear children even if he never will--kind of like the woke Jews (or in Python parlance, Red Sea pedestrians) in 4 BC!

  4. Casey Wasserman (grandson of Jewish Mafia Lew Wasserman) and Alyson Warshaw and Jason Stein
    https://www.nytimes.com/2010/12/05/fashion/weddings/05WARSHAW.html

    vs. some German from Indiana

    • Replies: @Altai
    @utu

    Ah, that explains it. For some reason I thought the head of an ad agency would have been much older. This guy is psycho through and through.

    I love all the psycho status signalling in the NYT wedding announcements. The best ones are the ones which don't even mention the couple or their relationship, how they met etc but just tell me where they went to school and their degrees.

    https://twitter.com/nytimesvows/

    Replies: @Clyde

  5. “Those whacky gangsters, what are you gonna do?” — Mayor Quimby

  6. Just another reason not to hire ad firms. You’re selling pizza with a company with already high brand recognition, you need to pay a firm (Tens of?) million dollars to make ads for that? (And from what I’ve seen, their work was appalling)

    But I’ll be honest, this is pretty shocking even to me. Surely this kind of thing is very high risk, even if this had never come out, they still leaked an internal conversation in a way that damaged their client. Surely that would have hurt them even before it came out they planned it in advance.

    Perfectly good whistleblowers often never work in their fields again.

    • Agree: YetAnotherAnon
    • Replies: @Anon
    @Altai

    Here's a tweet from Stein: "Confession: over the past six months it's become clear to me that when you own a brand, your marketing investments are consistently the opposite of what most ad agency's recommend. As an agency, you get rewarded for growing the agency, not the client."

    Growing the agency, not the client? Who'd want to hire them, then?

    Most of their clients these days appear to be indignant black sports figures. As this news comes out, their pool of white clients is going to vanish, and even the blacks will be looking at them suspiciously. You can't blackmail your clients and just get away with your reputation intact.

    Replies: @James J O'Meara

  7. Stein

    Wasserman Media

    6 million

    • Replies: @Citizen of a Silly Country
    @Jenner Ickham Errican

    Don't worry. I'm sure Jack D can tell us all why we shouldn't believe our lying eyes.

    Replies: @JMcG

  8. If he knew he’d somehow been set up, why did Schnatter let himself get Seussed like that?

    • Replies: @Getaclue
    @Known Fact

    I think that's what the Lawsuit is about??? He's un-Seussing himself -- taping yourself plotting to destroy a client is not even a look the co-Tribals running the NYSlimes can make look good....

  9. @utu
    Casey Wasserman (grandson of Jewish Mafia Lew Wasserman) and Alyson Warshaw and Jason Stein
    https://www.nytimes.com/2010/12/05/fashion/weddings/05WARSHAW.html

    vs. some German from Indiana

    Replies: @Altai

    Ah, that explains it. For some reason I thought the head of an ad agency would have been much older. This guy is psycho through and through.

    I love all the psycho status signalling in the NYT wedding announcements. The best ones are the ones which don’t even mention the couple or their relationship, how they met etc but just tell me where they went to school and their degrees.

    https://twitter.com/nytimesvows/

    • Replies: @Clyde
    @Altai


    I love all the psycho status signaling in the NYT wedding announcements. The best ones are the ones which don’t even mention the couple or their relationship, how they met etc but just tell me where they went to school and their degrees.
     
    https://www.nytimes.com/2020/02/28/fashion/weddings/so-many-phone-dates-prayers-and-a-kiss-at-the-eiffel-tower.html?smid=tw-nytvows&smtyp=cur >>>>>>> This one goes on forever. So long that...well they seem fairly honest in a dishonest world
  10. Anon[151] • Disclaimer says:
    @Altai
    Just another reason not to hire ad firms. You're selling pizza with a company with already high brand recognition, you need to pay a firm (Tens of?) million dollars to make ads for that? (And from what I've seen, their work was appalling)

    But I'll be honest, this is pretty shocking even to me. Surely this kind of thing is very high risk, even if this had never come out, they still leaked an internal conversation in a way that damaged their client. Surely that would have hurt them even before it came out they planned it in advance.

    Perfectly good whistleblowers often never work in their fields again.

    Replies: @Anon

    Here’s a tweet from Stein: “Confession: over the past six months it’s become clear to me that when you own a brand, your marketing investments are consistently the opposite of what most ad agency’s recommend. As an agency, you get rewarded for growing the agency, not the client.”

    Growing the agency, not the client? Who’d want to hire them, then?

    Most of their clients these days appear to be indignant black sports figures. As this news comes out, their pool of white clients is going to vanish, and even the blacks will be looking at them suspiciously. You can’t blackmail your clients and just get away with your reputation intact.

    • Replies: @James J O'Meara
    @Anon

    "'As an agency, you get rewarded for growing the agency, not the client.' Growing the agency, not the client? Who’d want to hire them, then?"

    cf: Where are the client's yachts?

    Someone somewhere pointed out that there was no evidence that "advertising" actually "works" i.e. increases sales. What ad agencies do is schmooze a company into becoming a client. The only "sale" they make is to the client, to get them to sign on the line which is dotted (Glengarry Glen Ross).

    When "whores" become "high class call girls", their "johns" become "clients".

  11. Anonymous[302] • Disclaimer says:

    Well, I coulda’ been an actor, but I wound up here
    I just have to look good, I don’t have to be clear
    Come and whisper in my ear
    Give us dirty laundry

    • Replies: @Ron Mexico
    @Anonymous

    I thought this as soon as I read the article. You beat me to it. "Kick em when they're up, kick em when they're down!"

  12. t says:

    Hey Steve a quick question, what explains Trump’s relative strength in Beverly Hills? In most similar well off white areas he lost be a lot 2016 and more than that in 2020. In Beverley Hills he improved in 2020 , winner a few precincts and getting more than 40% in all of them. Looking at the NYTimes precinct map he seems to improved almost all upscale areas in the west side of LA in contrast to other metros where he did worse. Is this just gold chains? Hollywood finding the great awokening stifling? More Orthadox Jews than I’m aware of? Or something else?

    https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2021/upshot/2020-election-map.html

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @t

    Good question and good suggestions.

    The Westside of Los Angeles and the southern parts of the San Fernando Valley on the other side of the Hollywood Hills are increasingly filling up with ex-Soviets, Israelis, Persians, Armenians, and so forth, few of whom are Woke. And there are more than a few guys in the entertainment industry who see Wokeness as basically a conspiracy to take their jobs.

    There was a big increase in gun ownership in LA in 2020.

    Replies: @PhysicistDave, @Alden

  13. Well, SOMEBODY didn’t care about stereotypes!

    • LOL: Gabe Ruth
  14. The wonderfully woke couple, their soul-match relationship and their impressive degrees are usually irrelevant — it’s the parents connections that make a wedding NYT-worthy. In this case the guy’s father, a retired partner at (Howard) Squadron, one of the city’s most powerful A-list law firms.

  15. PR would have been tons more fun if we could have sat around framing our clients as white supremacists. We did have developers who did not want their new townhomes or shopping center associated with some deteriorating nearby urban sinkhole, so we’d have to play guessing games with the reader — giving elaborate directions to the site without mentioning the demographically decrepit city itself

  16. John Schnatter is from Indiana, I’m sure a golly-gosh MidWestern fella.

    Basically a Boomer despite being a bit younger than that demographic. So, he thought his MidWest “nice” attitude of throwing other White people under the bus and talking about how much he hated racism, would protect him.

    But for cryin’ out loud! That fella Wasserman and Stein, why, they treated him like any other White person and destroyed him.

    Well, my heart just bleeds. That’s tough tomatoes.

    • Thanks: GeneralRipper
  17. @t
    Hey Steve a quick question, what explains Trump's relative strength in Beverly Hills? In most similar well off white areas he lost be a lot 2016 and more than that in 2020. In Beverley Hills he improved in 2020 , winner a few precincts and getting more than 40% in all of them. Looking at the NYTimes precinct map he seems to improved almost all upscale areas in the west side of LA in contrast to other metros where he did worse. Is this just gold chains? Hollywood finding the great awokening stifling? More Orthadox Jews than I'm aware of? Or something else?

    https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2021/upshot/2020-election-map.html

    Replies: @Steve Sailer

    Good question and good suggestions.

    The Westside of Los Angeles and the southern parts of the San Fernando Valley on the other side of the Hollywood Hills are increasingly filling up with ex-Soviets, Israelis, Persians, Armenians, and so forth, few of whom are Woke. And there are more than a few guys in the entertainment industry who see Wokeness as basically a conspiracy to take their jobs.

    There was a big increase in gun ownership in LA in 2020.

    • Thanks: David In TN
    • Replies: @PhysicistDave
    @Steve Sailer

    Sailer wrote:


    The Westside of Los Angeles and the southern parts of the San Fernando Valley on the other side of the Hollywood Hills are increasingly filling up with ex-Soviets, Israelis, Persians, Armenians, and so forth, few of whom are Woke.
     
    So, is America so lost that only Asian immigrants can save us from our ruling Anglo elite?

    Replies: @RichardTaylor, @Polistra, @JohnnyWalker123

    , @Alden
    @Steve Sailer

    I do my part. I constantly tell them.

    “Your kid didn’t get into medical school because he’s White” “ Your kid didn’t get into nearby inexpensive UCLA because he’s White.” “ You’re paying triple UCLA tuition to Pepperdine or Loyola because UCLA discriminates against Whites” “ There’s nothing you can do about the snarling black pigs at the post office DMV etc because you’re White, the lowest of the low, and they’re Black, the highest status in America”
    “ It’s actually against the law to hire White government workers in America”

    Americans just sputter but but but when I speak about my favorite topic, Satan’s imposition of affirmative action. But the immigrants are most receptive.

    Black body language, screeching flailing about look at me look at me constant cursing really really turns foreigners and immigrants off. Nowhere in the world does anyone curse as much, screech as loudly and flail arms and legs about in public as American blacks do. We’re used to it. The rest of the world isn’t.

    Then there’s the standard immigrant small retail business owners. Small retail businesses are always being held up by blacks with guns.

    The White immigrants are heavily into real estate. They do anything they can to avoid black tenants even the ones with solid government jobs. Plus many of them use public transit. Neither the black bus drivers nor black passengers make a good impression.

    Americans are so used to black behavior, we don’t realize how horrible it is globally. And how immigrants of all races ethnic groups religions etc react to black behavior.

    My neighborhood is heavily Persian. I do my best to spread the faith of White Nationalism.

    I have no idea what the hasid Chabad jews think or how they vote.

  18. Arsonist firefighters. Sexual-predator gynecologists. Mentally unhinged psychiatrists. Termite inspectors who bring their own termites with them. I will add reputation-damaging ad agencies to this list.

    • Replies: @MGB
    @SafeNow

    I think it was Hugh Grant who made some comment about "reputation damaging" PR types, like Matthew Freud. A story of the young entrepreneur as told by a sibling.


    As a young student, Freud was seen as more cunning than bright. “He had no understanding of the relationship between working hard and doing well,” his sister Emma, a scriptwriter and broadcaster, wrote in an e-mail. “He thought that if he could be in the right place at the right time with the right bit of luck on his side, then he might have a chance of getting away with it.” She described an early entrepreneurial effort at a local fair, when Freud was about nine. “Matthew had a stall and was selling mice for fifty pence,” she said. “He didn’t do well on the first day, so he changed his marketing tactics. He sold the mice for ten pence to small children who were wandering around on their own. Then, when the parents brought them back in horror, he charged the parents a pound to take the mice back.”
     
    Ah, the budding little blackmailer.
  19. Some people are evil. Deeply and profoundly evil.

    I am beginning to have some sympathy for trial lawyers: maybe a few billion lawsuits are the only way to bring down the Woke.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @PhysicistDave

    Good plan ... except for the trial lawyers are more proportionally evil than even those guys that bring termites to a termite inspection. (LOL, SafeNow!) They are more evil than the termites themselves, for that matter.

    "Hey, straighten up that gig line, Termite! There are only two kinds of termites that come from the crawl space..." [/termite inspection]

    Replies: @PhysicistDave

  20. @Steve Sailer
    @t

    Good question and good suggestions.

    The Westside of Los Angeles and the southern parts of the San Fernando Valley on the other side of the Hollywood Hills are increasingly filling up with ex-Soviets, Israelis, Persians, Armenians, and so forth, few of whom are Woke. And there are more than a few guys in the entertainment industry who see Wokeness as basically a conspiracy to take their jobs.

    There was a big increase in gun ownership in LA in 2020.

    Replies: @PhysicistDave, @Alden

    Sailer wrote:

    The Westside of Los Angeles and the southern parts of the San Fernando Valley on the other side of the Hollywood Hills are increasingly filling up with ex-Soviets, Israelis, Persians, Armenians, and so forth, few of whom are Woke.

    So, is America so lost that only Asian immigrants can save us from our ruling Anglo elite?

    • Replies: @RichardTaylor
    @PhysicistDave


    So, is America so lost that only Asian immigrants can save us from our ruling Anglo elite?
     
    Because all that matters is saving the abstract "system", right? Not the actual people.

    Replies: @PhysicistDave

    , @Polistra
    @PhysicistDave


    our ruling Anglo elite
     
    Good Lord, son. You are terminally lost.

    Replies: @anonymous

    , @JohnnyWalker123
    @PhysicistDave

    Anglo elite?

  21. Anon[326] • Disclaimer says:

    So, is America so lost that only Asian immigrants can save us from our ruling Anglo elite?

    I actually think the answer is Yes. The Anglo elite is sick and beyond saving. These new people won’t kowtow to the black and tranny snowflakes, though doubtless they will also bring their own disadvantages.

  22. @Hunsdon
    Six million dollars?

    Replies: @jon, @Polistra, @James Forrestal, @Jus' Sayin'..., @WaffleStaffel

    Six million dollars?

    Do you think that is a lot or a little?

    • Replies: @Barnard
    @jon

    I think it was the 6 million figure and the last names of the laundry service employees that drew his attention. If an author tried to publish a fictional novel with this exact plot line in it, he would be unpersoned to a degree we have yet to see. Under the current regime we could even see hate crime charges for suggesting such a thing could happen. Yet it did.
    .

  23. @Anonymous

    Well, I coulda' been an actor, but I wound up here
    I just have to look good, I don't have to be clear
    Come and whisper in my ear
    Give us dirty laundry

     

    Replies: @Ron Mexico

    I thought this as soon as I read the article. You beat me to it. “Kick em when they’re up, kick em when they’re down!”

  24. I’m not following this.

    1. Laundry Services get hired, does a bad job, is in danger of losing the contract
    2. They conspire to get the client company’s CEO fired
    3. They get their friend at some other company to threaten the client’s new CEO with a PR problem regarding the old CEO unless the new CEO pays them

    Is that right?

    Because it seems insane. I could buy it if they were in cahoots with the new CEO all along. But why is Wasserman getting involved?

    Or are we looking at a straightforward extortion thing?

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @Barack Obama's secret Unz account

    Are you assuming that wokists are logical and decent?

    Replies: @Barack Obama's secret Unz account

    , @Ari Silver
    @Barack Obama's secret Unz account

    Ethnic networking. Dr. Kevin Macdonald scores again.

  25. jon says:

    “Simply stated, racism has no place in our society.”

    Convincing all of us that being a racist was the worst possible thing (you probably thought it was being a murderer or a pedophile, but at least those types usually victimize their own kind) was the beginning of the end. From there, it was changing the definition of racism so that only Whites could be racist. Then it was a little more tweaking so that all Whites were, in fact, racist. And now, here we are …

    Just quit giving it power. If someone is called out as a racist, your first reaction should be to not believe it. But even if it turns out to be true, your second reaction should be to not give a shit.

    • Thanks: David In TN
    • Replies: @Joe Stalin
    @jon


    Just quit giving it power. If someone is called out as a racist, your first reaction should be to not believe it. But even if it turns out to be true, your second reaction should be to not give a shit.
     
    Infuriate them. Just say: "Whatever."

    https://youtu.be/yYYoiRBH3PM?t=78
    [1:18]
    , @Alden
    @jon

    I’ve been called a racist a gazillion times. My reply is always something like “ damm right I’m a racist and proud of it. “

    , @AndrewR
    @jon

    "It didn't happen but maybe it should have"

  26. 1 stuff everybody already knew (but it’s nice to actually have the morons admitting to everything on tape)
    2 nevertheless the process will never be on our side
    3 always always always assume you are being taped

    • Replies: @jon
    @J.Ross


    3 always always always assume you are being taped
     
    Better yet, tape it yourself. Most states are 'one-party' consent states, meaning you can tape any conversation that you are a part of.

    https://recordinglaw.com/united-states-recording-laws/one-party-consent-states/
  27. @Barack Obama's secret Unz account
    I'm not following this.

    1. Laundry Services get hired, does a bad job, is in danger of losing the contract
    2. They conspire to get the client company's CEO fired
    3. They get their friend at some other company to threaten the client's new CEO with a PR problem regarding the old CEO unless the new CEO pays them

    Is that right?

    Because it seems insane. I could buy it if they were in cahoots with the new CEO all along. But why is Wasserman getting involved?

    Or are we looking at a straightforward extortion thing?

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Ari Silver

    Are you assuming that wokists are logical and decent?

    • Replies: @Barack Obama's secret Unz account
    @J.Ross

    Assuming that wokists aren't involved

    Replies: @J.Ross

  28. @PhysicistDave
    Some people are evil. Deeply and profoundly evil.

    I am beginning to have some sympathy for trial lawyers: maybe a few billion lawsuits are the only way to bring down the Woke.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    Good plan … except for the trial lawyers are more proportionally evil than even those guys that bring termites to a termite inspection. (LOL, SafeNow!) They are more evil than the termites themselves, for that matter.

    “Hey, straighten up that gig line, Termite! There are only two kinds of termites that come from the crawl space…” [/termite inspection]

    • Replies: @PhysicistDave
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Achmed E. Newman wrote to me


    :Good plan … except for the trial lawyers are more proportionally evil than even those guys that bring termites to a termite inspection. (LOL, SafeNow!) They are more evil than the termites themselves, for that matter.
     
    Well... I actually have known two lawyers I would be comfortable having as next-door neighbors. All the rest (and I've known quite a few lawyers), yeah, I take your point.

    But maybe sometimes there is no alternative to simply burning down the barn to get rid of the vermin.
  29. “Simply stated, pizza with too much cheese and thick crust has no place in our society.”

    • Replies: @Ganderson
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Achmed: While I’ve never eaten a Papa John’s pizza, because, as a holdover from my commie youth I have a bias against chain restaurants, and thus have no opinion on Papa John’s quality, I do believe, however, that there is no such thing as a pizza with too much cheese.

    And, nice reference to “gig line”. I only had 4 years of JROTC, but I always check mine when I am dressed up.

    And memo to Reg Caesar: have you lived in the Twin Cities long enough to remember Mario’s Ristorante, which was in South Minneapolis on the corner of 38th St and 23rd Ave S? They had the best pizza, ever.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

  30. @jon
    @Hunsdon


    Six million dollars?
     
    Do you think that is a lot or a little?

    Replies: @Barnard

    I think it was the 6 million figure and the last names of the laundry service employees that drew his attention. If an author tried to publish a fictional novel with this exact plot line in it, he would be unpersoned to a degree we have yet to see. Under the current regime we could even see hate crime charges for suggesting such a thing could happen. Yet it did.
    .

  31. @J.Ross
    1 stuff everybody already knew (but it's nice to actually have the morons admitting to everything on tape)
    2 nevertheless the process will never be on our side
    3 always always always assume you are being taped

    Replies: @jon

    3 always always always assume you are being taped

    Better yet, tape it yourself. Most states are ‘one-party’ consent states, meaning you can tape any conversation that you are a part of.

    https://recordinglaw.com/united-states-recording-laws/one-party-consent-states/

  32. @jon

    “Simply stated, racism has no place in our society.”
     
    Convincing all of us that being a racist was the worst possible thing (you probably thought it was being a murderer or a pedophile, but at least those types usually victimize their own kind) was the beginning of the end. From there, it was changing the definition of racism so that only Whites could be racist. Then it was a little more tweaking so that all Whites were, in fact, racist. And now, here we are ...

    Just quit giving it power. If someone is called out as a racist, your first reaction should be to not believe it. But even if it turns out to be true, your second reaction should be to not give a shit.

    Replies: @Joe Stalin, @Alden, @AndrewR

    Just quit giving it power. If someone is called out as a racist, your first reaction should be to not believe it. But even if it turns out to be true, your second reaction should be to not give a shit.

    Infuriate them. Just say: “Whatever.

    [1:18]

  33. They cheat on IQ tests too, stop being so impressed with them.

    • Replies: @kaganovitch
    @Ari Silver

    They are good at chess though.

    Replies: @Polistra

  34. @PhysicistDave
    @Steve Sailer

    Sailer wrote:


    The Westside of Los Angeles and the southern parts of the San Fernando Valley on the other side of the Hollywood Hills are increasingly filling up with ex-Soviets, Israelis, Persians, Armenians, and so forth, few of whom are Woke.
     
    So, is America so lost that only Asian immigrants can save us from our ruling Anglo elite?

    Replies: @RichardTaylor, @Polistra, @JohnnyWalker123

    So, is America so lost that only Asian immigrants can save us from our ruling Anglo elite?

    Because all that matters is saving the abstract “system”, right? Not the actual people.

    • Replies: @PhysicistDave
    @RichardTaylor

    RichardTaylor asked me:


    Because all that matters is saving the abstract “system”, right? Not the actual people.
     
    Y'know, this system is imploding so violently that I am worried about us actual people surviving.

    Don't get me wrong. I want a lot of aspects of this society that the progressives built to implode: I think the public-school system is beyond saving (and makes no sense anyway with 21st-century technology), and similarly for the monetary-financial cartel (the Fed and all that), the Deep State. etc.

    But our elites are now proving to be so insane, that I am really afraid they are going to take all of us down with them.

    I was really shocked by the "Papa John" story. I could tell similar personal stories from my and my wife's and kids' experiences during the last six years, but I had been hoping we just had some bad luck and the whole society was not this bad.

    It is.

    This country is collapsing.

    I recently ran across an old high-school friend's social media page: a bright fellow, a long career as a chemical engineer. I had no idea what his politics are.

    My old friend is angry and, I think, more than that, fearful. His mom was a public-school teacher; he was involved in the Masons for many years. Not a typical "far-right extremist." But he seems not to be sure we'll make it. Earlier today, I heard from one of my kids about a bright, serious engineering student my kid knows, more than four decades younger, but same concerns.

    It's not just Sailer's or VDare's readers or Tucker's viewers: we are really in trouble. I hope Americans can save this country, but I'm not sure we can.

    Replies: @Ganderson

  35. @Barack Obama's secret Unz account
    I'm not following this.

    1. Laundry Services get hired, does a bad job, is in danger of losing the contract
    2. They conspire to get the client company's CEO fired
    3. They get their friend at some other company to threaten the client's new CEO with a PR problem regarding the old CEO unless the new CEO pays them

    Is that right?

    Because it seems insane. I could buy it if they were in cahoots with the new CEO all along. But why is Wasserman getting involved?

    Or are we looking at a straightforward extortion thing?

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Ari Silver

    Ethnic networking. Dr. Kevin Macdonald scores again.

  36. Is the pizza any good?

    • Troll: utu
    • Replies: @Buzz Mohawk
    @Colin Wright


    Is the pizza any good?
     
    Good question.

    I've never even seen a Papa' John's pizza business. Clearly, it's just another food franchise. If you don't have at least one, good, independent pizza place in or near your community by now, you are definitely nowhere.

    If you don't have one of those, but you DO have a franchised one, then you are worse than nowhere.

    Replies: @Alden

    , @Captain Tripps
    @Colin Wright

    It's mass produced, so, meh. Think bulk package mozzarella cheese and meat (sausage, pepperoni, ground beef, etc.), restaurant-size pizza sauce cans, bulk sliced veggies, and etc. Their shops are like Domino's, no "eat in" tables, just a cash register for take out and a stable of drivers to deliver. If you just want garden variety protein and carbs, you're ok. At this point, I buy from the local mom and pop's Italian restaurant for the family, or make my own with cauliflower crust, suitable alternative, or make my own (I've developed a gluten sensitivity in my middle age).

    Unless your comment was humorous, in which case, lol...

    Replies: @JMcG

    , @Jack D
    @Colin Wright

    Papa John himself says that the quality has gone downhill since they kicked him out. I don't know whether this is true or whether it is just sour grapes.

    Papa Johns was apparently serious, at least in Papa John's time, about enforcing quality control on the franchisees and would send inspectors out to score the pizzas on a 10 point scale and they would give you a hard time if you scored below a certain level, etc. The appeal of any chain restaurant is that while it is not likely to be great, it IS likely to be consistent so if you are familiar with and like the taste of a Papa John's pizza, the one you get in Dubuque is going to be much like the one you got in Columbus and the one you get next Friday is going to be very similar to the one you got last Friday.

    I can't think of too many places in America where there is not a local pizza shop that can do a better job than Papa Johns, but I suppose you could do worse also. Nowadays with Google ratings and Yelp and so on, even if you are in a strange city you should be able to find a place that's better in most cases.

    Replies: @anonymous, @Bill Jones

    , @International Jew
    @Colin Wright

    I've had Papa John's pizza all over northern California. I think it's great pizza, and an excellent value.

    , @Emslander
    @Colin Wright

    Papa Jon's pizza is awful. It has some kind of dominating flavor that is nauseating, like chemical butter combined with artificial garlic. I think it's supposed to be distinctive, but it's very bad.

    I'm a pizza omnivore, too. I'll eat any pizza, hot or cold, so long as its not ham and pineapple.

    I have new respect for its founder, but I will not eat that pizza!

  37. @Colin Wright
    Is the pizza any good?

    Replies: @Buzz Mohawk, @Captain Tripps, @Jack D, @International Jew, @Emslander

    Is the pizza any good?

    Good question.

    I’ve never even seen a Papa’ John’s pizza business. Clearly, it’s just another food franchise. If you don’t have at least one, good, independent pizza place in or near your community by now, you are definitely nowhere.

    If you don’t have one of those, but you DO have a franchised one, then you are worse than nowhere.

    • LOL: bomag
    • Replies: @Alden
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Papa John’s Pizza is excellent . Claim they use real cheese, unlike some chains that use processed cheese.

    Replies: @David In TN, @SaneClownPosse

  38. @Steve Sailer
    @t

    Good question and good suggestions.

    The Westside of Los Angeles and the southern parts of the San Fernando Valley on the other side of the Hollywood Hills are increasingly filling up with ex-Soviets, Israelis, Persians, Armenians, and so forth, few of whom are Woke. And there are more than a few guys in the entertainment industry who see Wokeness as basically a conspiracy to take their jobs.

    There was a big increase in gun ownership in LA in 2020.

    Replies: @PhysicistDave, @Alden

    I do my part. I constantly tell them.

    “Your kid didn’t get into medical school because he’s White” “ Your kid didn’t get into nearby inexpensive UCLA because he’s White.” “ You’re paying triple UCLA tuition to Pepperdine or Loyola because UCLA discriminates against Whites” “ There’s nothing you can do about the snarling black pigs at the post office DMV etc because you’re White, the lowest of the low, and they’re Black, the highest status in America”
    “ It’s actually against the law to hire White government workers in America”

    Americans just sputter but but but when I speak about my favorite topic, Satan’s imposition of affirmative action. But the immigrants are most receptive.

    Black body language, screeching flailing about look at me look at me constant cursing really really turns foreigners and immigrants off. Nowhere in the world does anyone curse as much, screech as loudly and flail arms and legs about in public as American blacks do. We’re used to it. The rest of the world isn’t.

    Then there’s the standard immigrant small retail business owners. Small retail businesses are always being held up by blacks with guns.

    The White immigrants are heavily into real estate. They do anything they can to avoid black tenants even the ones with solid government jobs. Plus many of them use public transit. Neither the black bus drivers nor black passengers make a good impression.

    Americans are so used to black behavior, we don’t realize how horrible it is globally. And how immigrants of all races ethnic groups religions etc react to black behavior.

    My neighborhood is heavily Persian. I do my best to spread the faith of White Nationalism.

    I have no idea what the hasid Chabad jews think or how they vote.

  39. @Buzz Mohawk
    @Colin Wright


    Is the pizza any good?
     
    Good question.

    I've never even seen a Papa' John's pizza business. Clearly, it's just another food franchise. If you don't have at least one, good, independent pizza place in or near your community by now, you are definitely nowhere.

    If you don't have one of those, but you DO have a franchised one, then you are worse than nowhere.

    Replies: @Alden

    Papa John’s Pizza is excellent . Claim they use real cheese, unlike some chains that use processed cheese.

    • Replies: @David In TN
    @Alden

    Alden,

    Have you heard of the 2014 murder of Papa John's clerk Gordon Schaeffer in Columbia, Tennessee? A Usual Suspect walked into the store late at night, ordered Gordon to empty the cash drawer and then shot him. It was caught on surveillance camera.

    BTW, Schnatter came to the funeral.

    I attended the trial. The killer, one Darius Fitzpatrick, was sentenced to "Life." It was painful to watch Gordon Schaeffer's mother on the witness stand.

    Yes, Papa John's Pizza is very good.

    Replies: @Jack D

    , @SaneClownPosse
    @Alden

    Better than Domino's.

  40. @Ari Silver
    They cheat on IQ tests too, stop being so impressed with them.

    Replies: @kaganovitch

    They are good at chess though.

    • Replies: @Polistra
    @kaganovitch

    So are the black guys in Washington Square Park.

    What can it mean?

    Replies: @kaganovitch, @Jack D

  41. @jon

    “Simply stated, racism has no place in our society.”
     
    Convincing all of us that being a racist was the worst possible thing (you probably thought it was being a murderer or a pedophile, but at least those types usually victimize their own kind) was the beginning of the end. From there, it was changing the definition of racism so that only Whites could be racist. Then it was a little more tweaking so that all Whites were, in fact, racist. And now, here we are ...

    Just quit giving it power. If someone is called out as a racist, your first reaction should be to not believe it. But even if it turns out to be true, your second reaction should be to not give a shit.

    Replies: @Joe Stalin, @Alden, @AndrewR

    I’ve been called a racist a gazillion times. My reply is always something like “ damm right I’m a racist and proud of it. “

    • Agree: Bill Jones
  42. @RichardTaylor
    @PhysicistDave


    So, is America so lost that only Asian immigrants can save us from our ruling Anglo elite?
     
    Because all that matters is saving the abstract "system", right? Not the actual people.

    Replies: @PhysicistDave

    RichardTaylor asked me:

    Because all that matters is saving the abstract “system”, right? Not the actual people.

    Y’know, this system is imploding so violently that I am worried about us actual people surviving.

    Don’t get me wrong. I want a lot of aspects of this society that the progressives built to implode: I think the public-school system is beyond saving (and makes no sense anyway with 21st-century technology), and similarly for the monetary-financial cartel (the Fed and all that), the Deep State. etc.

    But our elites are now proving to be so insane, that I am really afraid they are going to take all of us down with them.

    I was really shocked by the “Papa John” story. I could tell similar personal stories from my and my wife’s and kids’ experiences during the last six years, but I had been hoping we just had some bad luck and the whole society was not this bad.

    It is.

    This country is collapsing.

    I recently ran across an old high-school friend’s social media page: a bright fellow, a long career as a chemical engineer. I had no idea what his politics are.

    My old friend is angry and, I think, more than that, fearful. His mom was a public-school teacher; he was involved in the Masons for many years. Not a typical “far-right extremist.” But he seems not to be sure we’ll make it. Earlier today, I heard from one of my kids about a bright, serious engineering student my kid knows, more than four decades younger, but same concerns.

    It’s not just Sailer’s or VDare’s readers or Tucker’s viewers: we are really in trouble. I hope Americans can save this country, but I’m not sure we can.

    • Agree: Jus' Sayin'...
    • Thanks: Achmed E. Newman
    • Replies: @Ganderson
    @PhysicistDave

    Thanks, Dave. With the scandemic and all I’ve been bummed about the future. Now I guess it’s just:

    “(We) may be goin’ to hell in a bucket babe
    But at least (we’re) enjoying the ride”

    Well... maybe not enjoying the ride.

    Replies: @Jim Christian

  43. @Achmed E. Newman
    @PhysicistDave

    Good plan ... except for the trial lawyers are more proportionally evil than even those guys that bring termites to a termite inspection. (LOL, SafeNow!) They are more evil than the termites themselves, for that matter.

    "Hey, straighten up that gig line, Termite! There are only two kinds of termites that come from the crawl space..." [/termite inspection]

    Replies: @PhysicistDave

    Achmed E. Newman wrote to me

    :Good plan … except for the trial lawyers are more proportionally evil than even those guys that bring termites to a termite inspection. (LOL, SafeNow!) They are more evil than the termites themselves, for that matter.

    Well… I actually have known two lawyers I would be comfortable having as next-door neighbors. All the rest (and I’ve known quite a few lawyers), yeah, I take your point.

    But maybe sometimes there is no alternative to simply burning down the barn to get rid of the vermin.

  44. @Hunsdon
    Six million dollars?

    Replies: @jon, @Polistra, @James Forrestal, @Jus' Sayin'..., @WaffleStaffel

    Actually the complaint says “$6 million dollars” which reads as “six million dollars dollars” and while I realize this is the habit nowadays it’s the first time I’ve seen it in a legal brief.

  45. @PhysicistDave
    @Steve Sailer

    Sailer wrote:


    The Westside of Los Angeles and the southern parts of the San Fernando Valley on the other side of the Hollywood Hills are increasingly filling up with ex-Soviets, Israelis, Persians, Armenians, and so forth, few of whom are Woke.
     
    So, is America so lost that only Asian immigrants can save us from our ruling Anglo elite?

    Replies: @RichardTaylor, @Polistra, @JohnnyWalker123

    our ruling Anglo elite

    Good Lord, son. You are terminally lost.

    • Replies: @anonymous
    @Polistra

    A lot of people here who don't believe there is an "Anglo elite" still see China as the biggest threat to the US. That's being very lost in another way.

    Replies: @Chris Mallory

  46. @kaganovitch
    @Ari Silver

    They are good at chess though.

    Replies: @Polistra

    So are the black guys in Washington Square Park.

    What can it mean?

    • Replies: @kaganovitch
    @Polistra

    I was referring to la griffe's essay
    http://www.lagriffedulion.f2s.com/ashkenaz.htm

    , @Jack D
    @Polistra

    Not really. Those guys are good enough to beat tourists but a real grandmaster would make short work of them.

  47. If you are not a racist, you’re a moron.

    I can ask you a foundational question to prove that you are a racist:

    Are asians good at math?

    Yes or no?

    If you say no, you’re a dishonest denier. If you say yes, you’re an honest racist. Stereotypes have truth, especially when discerning the human races.

    The reason most adult black men (excuse me, “Black”) are either in prison, jail, on parole or probation is because they commit more crimes.

    • Replies: @Spud Boy
    @petit bourgeois

    Prejudice isn't racism. It's simply judging people with limited information, which is necessary for human survival.

    Racism is when you possess full information about an individual indicating they are a good person, yet you still take action against them solely because of his/her race. Real racism has been virtually non-existent in the U.S. for about the last 50 years.

  48. Headline: Nice Midwestern Boy gets Taken to the Cleaners by (((New Yorkers)))

  49. @jon

    “Simply stated, racism has no place in our society.”
     
    Convincing all of us that being a racist was the worst possible thing (you probably thought it was being a murderer or a pedophile, but at least those types usually victimize their own kind) was the beginning of the end. From there, it was changing the definition of racism so that only Whites could be racist. Then it was a little more tweaking so that all Whites were, in fact, racist. And now, here we are ...

    Just quit giving it power. If someone is called out as a racist, your first reaction should be to not believe it. But even if it turns out to be true, your second reaction should be to not give a shit.

    Replies: @Joe Stalin, @Alden, @AndrewR

    “It didn’t happen but maybe it should have”

  50. anonymous[161] • Disclaimer says:
    @Polistra
    @PhysicistDave


    our ruling Anglo elite
     
    Good Lord, son. You are terminally lost.

    Replies: @anonymous

    A lot of people here who don’t believe there is an “Anglo elite” still see China as the biggest threat to the US. That’s being very lost in another way.

    • Replies: @Chris Mallory
    @anonymous

    We were a better country when we were ruled by Anglos. But for the last century we have been ruled by Zionist Slavs.

  51. Polistra wrote to me:

    Good Lord, son. You are terminally lost.

    No doubt, my friend, no doubt.

    Though, statistically speaking, it is more likely that I am old enough to be your father rather than your son.

    But Jeff Bezos, Bill Gates, Joe Biden (is he still alive?), Nancy Pelosi, Jerome Powell, John Roberts, the Bushes, the Clintons, et al. all seem to be of impeccably white European descent: “Anglos” in the sense that they are not Hispanics, blacks, etc. Many of them seem to be Anglos even in the narrow sense of being of English descent.

    Now, yes, yes, I know you want to imply that there is some secret cabal (probably Jewish) pulling the strings behind the scenes. (Hey, why not Romulans?) You’re delusional.

    The mess we are in — the financial and monetary cartel, the messianic never-ending wars, the schools that do not educate — all this started with the “progressive movement” of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries — overwhelmingly dominated by Americans of Northwest European descent. For detailed scholarly documentation, see Robert M. Crunden’s Ministers of Reform: The Progressives’ Achievement in American Civilization, 1889-1920 or Rothbard’s The Progressive Era, at least if you are one of those white Americans who retains the ability to read books!

    Yeah, the progressives eventually let in a significant number of Jews and Southern and Eastern Europeans, and, ultimately, some token blacks and Hispanics. But the white Euro-Americans continued to dominate.

    What is going on today is a civil war for control of our country between a longstanding white elite and the majority white populace of the country. Yeah, the elite is using a “divide and rule” strategy to recruit some minority groups by pretending to give them a few crumbs — all a pack of lies. There are never going to be that many blacks or Hispanics in Martha’s Vineyard (or if there are, the elite will find somewhere else to live).

    By pretending otherwise, you are allowing yourself to be a useful dupe of the ruling elite.

    Thomas Sowell, Michelle Malkin, and Clarence Thomas are not whites, but they are on the side of the American people. And I just named a whole lot of whites who are against us.

    Lenin (another impeccably white European!) supposedly had a phrase: “useful idiots.”

    That’s what anyone is who plays the elite’s nasty game of ethnic divide and rule: witting or unwitting tools of the parasitic verbalist, largely white, overclass.

    • Replies: @Ganderson
    @PhysicistDave

    Derb’s “Cold Civil War”, which is less cold that it used to be.

  52. @Colin Wright
    Is the pizza any good?

    Replies: @Buzz Mohawk, @Captain Tripps, @Jack D, @International Jew, @Emslander

    It’s mass produced, so, meh. Think bulk package mozzarella cheese and meat (sausage, pepperoni, ground beef, etc.), restaurant-size pizza sauce cans, bulk sliced veggies, and etc. Their shops are like Domino’s, no “eat in” tables, just a cash register for take out and a stable of drivers to deliver. If you just want garden variety protein and carbs, you’re ok. At this point, I buy from the local mom and pop’s Italian restaurant for the family, or make my own with cauliflower crust, suitable alternative, or make my own (I’ve developed a gluten sensitivity in my middle age).

    Unless your comment was humorous, in which case, lol…

    • Replies: @JMcG
    @Captain Tripps

    To a first approximation, there are zero pizzerias in the USA that don’t use those same ingredients. There are, I’m sure, little boutiques that use the good stuff, but not too many. The same Sysco trucks deliver to all the restaurants I see. It’s easy and cheap to make your own and the quality is incomparable.

  53. @petit bourgeois
    If you are not a racist, you're a moron.

    I can ask you a foundational question to prove that you are a racist:

    Are asians good at math?

    Yes or no?

    If you say no, you're a dishonest denier. If you say yes, you're an honest racist. Stereotypes have truth, especially when discerning the human races.

    The reason most adult black men (excuse me, "Black") are either in prison, jail, on parole or probation is because they commit more crimes.

    Replies: @Spud Boy

    Prejudice isn’t racism. It’s simply judging people with limited information, which is necessary for human survival.

    Racism is when you possess full information about an individual indicating they are a good person, yet you still take action against them solely because of his/her race. Real racism has been virtually non-existent in the U.S. for about the last 50 years.

    • Agree: Jim Don Bob
  54. @Achmed E. Newman
    "Simply stated, pizza with too much cheese and thick crust has no place in our society."

    Replies: @Ganderson

    Achmed: While I’ve never eaten a Papa John’s pizza, because, as a holdover from my commie youth I have a bias against chain restaurants, and thus have no opinion on Papa John’s quality, I do believe, however, that there is no such thing as a pizza with too much cheese.

    And, nice reference to “gig line”. I only had 4 years of JROTC, but I always check mine when I am dressed up.

    And memo to Reg Caesar: have you lived in the Twin Cities long enough to remember Mario’s Ristorante, which was in South Minneapolis on the corner of 38th St and 23rd Ave S? They had the best pizza, ever.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Ganderson

    No JROTC for me, just Boy Scouts. I think pizza is something we all can agree to disagree on (still, cheese must be commensurate with tomato sauce, dammit!) Nice Dead reference there, too.

    You would figure with a name like "Mario's .." it'd HAVE to be good. Then again, I got two slices from a place called Angelo's recently - nice people, but nah, it wasn't so hot.

    Replies: @Ganderson

  55. @PhysicistDave
    @RichardTaylor

    RichardTaylor asked me:


    Because all that matters is saving the abstract “system”, right? Not the actual people.
     
    Y'know, this system is imploding so violently that I am worried about us actual people surviving.

    Don't get me wrong. I want a lot of aspects of this society that the progressives built to implode: I think the public-school system is beyond saving (and makes no sense anyway with 21st-century technology), and similarly for the monetary-financial cartel (the Fed and all that), the Deep State. etc.

    But our elites are now proving to be so insane, that I am really afraid they are going to take all of us down with them.

    I was really shocked by the "Papa John" story. I could tell similar personal stories from my and my wife's and kids' experiences during the last six years, but I had been hoping we just had some bad luck and the whole society was not this bad.

    It is.

    This country is collapsing.

    I recently ran across an old high-school friend's social media page: a bright fellow, a long career as a chemical engineer. I had no idea what his politics are.

    My old friend is angry and, I think, more than that, fearful. His mom was a public-school teacher; he was involved in the Masons for many years. Not a typical "far-right extremist." But he seems not to be sure we'll make it. Earlier today, I heard from one of my kids about a bright, serious engineering student my kid knows, more than four decades younger, but same concerns.

    It's not just Sailer's or VDare's readers or Tucker's viewers: we are really in trouble. I hope Americans can save this country, but I'm not sure we can.

    Replies: @Ganderson

    Thanks, Dave. With the scandemic and all I’ve been bummed about the future. Now I guess it’s just:

    “(We) may be goin’ to hell in a bucket babe
    But at least (we’re) enjoying the ride”

    Well… maybe not enjoying the ride.

    • Replies: @Jim Christian
    @Ganderson

    I'm enjoying the ride a great distance back from the blacks in a far, far better place. My region will be fine, the final solution is to get far, far away from all of it.

  56. @PhysicistDave
    Polistra wrote to me:

    Good Lord, son. You are terminally lost.
     
    No doubt, my friend, no doubt.

    Though, statistically speaking, it is more likely that I am old enough to be your father rather than your son.

    But Jeff Bezos, Bill Gates, Joe Biden (is he still alive?), Nancy Pelosi, Jerome Powell, John Roberts, the Bushes, the Clintons, et al. all seem to be of impeccably white European descent: "Anglos" in the sense that they are not Hispanics, blacks, etc. Many of them seem to be Anglos even in the narrow sense of being of English descent.

    Now, yes, yes, I know you want to imply that there is some secret cabal (probably Jewish) pulling the strings behind the scenes. (Hey, why not Romulans?) You're delusional.

    The mess we are in -- the financial and monetary cartel, the messianic never-ending wars, the schools that do not educate -- all this started with the "progressive movement" of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries -- overwhelmingly dominated by Americans of Northwest European descent. For detailed scholarly documentation, see Robert M. Crunden's Ministers of Reform: The Progressives' Achievement in American Civilization, 1889-1920 or Rothbard's The Progressive Era, at least if you are one of those white Americans who retains the ability to read books!

    Yeah, the progressives eventually let in a significant number of Jews and Southern and Eastern Europeans, and, ultimately, some token blacks and Hispanics. But the white Euro-Americans continued to dominate.

    What is going on today is a civil war for control of our country between a longstanding white elite and the majority white populace of the country. Yeah, the elite is using a "divide and rule" strategy to recruit some minority groups by pretending to give them a few crumbs -- all a pack of lies. There are never going to be that many blacks or Hispanics in Martha's Vineyard (or if there are, the elite will find somewhere else to live).

    By pretending otherwise, you are allowing yourself to be a useful dupe of the ruling elite.

    Thomas Sowell, Michelle Malkin, and Clarence Thomas are not whites, but they are on the side of the American people. And I just named a whole lot of whites who are against us.

    Lenin (another impeccably white European!) supposedly had a phrase: "useful idiots."

    That's what anyone is who plays the elite's nasty game of ethnic divide and rule: witting or unwitting tools of the parasitic verbalist, largely white, overclass.

    Replies: @Ganderson

    Derb’s “Cold Civil War”, which is less cold that it used to be.

  57. Does anyone else think it’s crazy that this firm is called “Laundry Service.” They’re not a laundry service at all! It seems more like an elaborate extortion scheme run by the mob.

    • Agree: theMann, Escher
    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @Kyle

    Why is "Laundry" a suddenly fashionable word? Gavin Newsom went to the French Laundry restaurant, I have English Laundry pants in my closet, Mr. Schnatter was betrayed by Laundry Service ...

    Just wondering ...

    Replies: @Joe Stalin

  58. @Ganderson
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Achmed: While I’ve never eaten a Papa John’s pizza, because, as a holdover from my commie youth I have a bias against chain restaurants, and thus have no opinion on Papa John’s quality, I do believe, however, that there is no such thing as a pizza with too much cheese.

    And, nice reference to “gig line”. I only had 4 years of JROTC, but I always check mine when I am dressed up.

    And memo to Reg Caesar: have you lived in the Twin Cities long enough to remember Mario’s Ristorante, which was in South Minneapolis on the corner of 38th St and 23rd Ave S? They had the best pizza, ever.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    No JROTC for me, just Boy Scouts. I think pizza is something we all can agree to disagree on (still, cheese must be commensurate with tomato sauce, dammit!) Nice Dead reference there, too.

    You would figure with a name like “Mario’s ..” it’d HAVE to be good. Then again, I got two slices from a place called Angelo’s recently – nice people, but nah, it wasn’t so hot.

    • Replies: @Ganderson
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Mario’s got a mention in the movie “Miracle”- background dialogue “ wanna go to Mario’s?”

    The 1980 team trained at Bloomington Ice Gardens, Bloomington, MN, Mario’s a hop, skip and jump away.

  59. @Jenner Ickham Errican

    Stein
     

    Wasserman Media
     

    6 million
     
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pWa0dZMHYeE

    Replies: @Citizen of a Silly Country

    Don’t worry. I’m sure Jack D can tell us all why we shouldn’t believe our lying eyes.

    • Replies: @JMcG
    @Citizen of a Silly Country

    Most of the pizza places in the western suburbs of Philadelphia are run by Mexicans now. They bought them from the Lebanese who owned them around fifteen years ago. The Greeks have their own style of something I’m not willing to call pizza.
    The Italians aren’t FOB anymore and have moved up the employment ladder.

    Replies: @Jim Christian

  60. @Kyle
    Does anyone else think it’s crazy that this firm is called “Laundry Service.” They’re not a laundry service at all! It seems more like an elaborate extortion scheme run by the mob.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer

    Why is “Laundry” a suddenly fashionable word? Gavin Newsom went to the French Laundry restaurant, I have English Laundry pants in my closet, Mr. Schnatter was betrayed by Laundry Service …

    Just wondering …

    • Replies: @Joe Stalin
    @Steve Sailer

    I remember seeing "Chinese Laundry" fashionable women's shoes whenever the Miss USA pageant was aired, and that was a LONG time ago.

    https://www.logolynx.com/images/logolynx/s_30/30b3f2f719c0850ff63db9b10457ffa6.jpeg

  61. @Calvin Hobbes
    Here’s something that used to be a joke and not something resembling reality:

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

    Replies: @Seneca44

    This 40 year old movie has a lot of relevance to the current year. Shortly after this scene, there is one in which the members of the Judean People’s Front are discussing one of their male members who wants to be a woman and bear children. They conclude that he should have the right to bear children even if he never will–kind of like the woke Jews (or in Python parlance, Red Sea pedestrians) in 4 BC!

    • Agree: Polistra
  62. @Captain Tripps
    @Colin Wright

    It's mass produced, so, meh. Think bulk package mozzarella cheese and meat (sausage, pepperoni, ground beef, etc.), restaurant-size pizza sauce cans, bulk sliced veggies, and etc. Their shops are like Domino's, no "eat in" tables, just a cash register for take out and a stable of drivers to deliver. If you just want garden variety protein and carbs, you're ok. At this point, I buy from the local mom and pop's Italian restaurant for the family, or make my own with cauliflower crust, suitable alternative, or make my own (I've developed a gluten sensitivity in my middle age).

    Unless your comment was humorous, in which case, lol...

    Replies: @JMcG

    To a first approximation, there are zero pizzerias in the USA that don’t use those same ingredients. There are, I’m sure, little boutiques that use the good stuff, but not too many. The same Sysco trucks deliver to all the restaurants I see. It’s easy and cheap to make your own and the quality is incomparable.

  63. @Citizen of a Silly Country
    @Jenner Ickham Errican

    Don't worry. I'm sure Jack D can tell us all why we shouldn't believe our lying eyes.

    Replies: @JMcG

    Most of the pizza places in the western suburbs of Philadelphia are run by Mexicans now. They bought them from the Lebanese who owned them around fifteen years ago. The Greeks have their own style of something I’m not willing to call pizza.
    The Italians aren’t FOB anymore and have moved up the employment ladder.

    • Replies: @Jim Christian
    @JMcG

    Mexican guy making pizza? Isn't that improper appropriation? They ruined a White guy who opened a mexican restaurant for that in Seattle a couple of years back. Will the Italians fight back? Update at 5!

  64. Little Caesar’s is ok, right? The little spokesman wears a dress so that is woke.

  65. @anonymous
    @Polistra

    A lot of people here who don't believe there is an "Anglo elite" still see China as the biggest threat to the US. That's being very lost in another way.

    Replies: @Chris Mallory

    We were a better country when we were ruled by Anglos. But for the last century we have been ruled by Zionist Slavs.

  66. @Alden
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Papa John’s Pizza is excellent . Claim they use real cheese, unlike some chains that use processed cheese.

    Replies: @David In TN, @SaneClownPosse

    Alden,

    Have you heard of the 2014 murder of Papa John’s clerk Gordon Schaeffer in Columbia, Tennessee? A Usual Suspect walked into the store late at night, ordered Gordon to empty the cash drawer and then shot him. It was caught on surveillance camera.

    BTW, Schnatter came to the funeral.

    I attended the trial. The killer, one Darius Fitzpatrick, was sentenced to “Life.” It was painful to watch Gordon Schaeffer’s mother on the witness stand.

    Yes, Papa John’s Pizza is very good.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @David In TN

    Darius Fitzpatrick

    Those Irish again, up to their old tricks.

    Fitzpatrick will be able to march in the St. Patrick's Parade again in only 51 years, when he'll be 68, unless there is some kind of amnesty for Irish felons sooner. The jury refused to give life without parole as the prosecution requested. I suppose they didn't go for the death penalty because he was only 17 at the time he killed the clerk.

    Replies: @David In TN

  67. @Hunsdon
    Six million dollars?

    Replies: @jon, @Polistra, @James Forrestal, @Jus' Sayin'..., @WaffleStaffel

    Six million dollars?

    Yeah, no kidding. Obviously not a figure simply picked out of the air — or one meant to represent an actual business debt. Seems like there might be some sort of symbolism involved here. The alleged “genocide of 6 million shekels” was reported at the time of the initial anti-Schatter “news” campaign, but didn’t get heavy coverage.

    Let’s review the sequence of events as known so far:

    1. Mr. Schatter openly objected to/ dissented from the anti-White party line endorsed by all major semitic narrative promotion agencies on the “White goy policemen conspiring to murder all the unarmed Negro goyim for no reason” issue.

    Mr. Schnatter set off an uproar in November by blaming the National Football League — with which Papa John’s had a sponsorship deal — for a slump in sales during a conference call with investors. He complained about the league’s handling of football players who protested “racism” and “police brutality” by kneeling during the national anthem. …

    [Note that their characterization of the vitriolic, coordinated attacks on Mr. Schatter by major narrative promotion agencies deliberately inverts reality; Schatter supposedly “set off an uproar” in the media narrative by his minor dissent. He forced them to attack him, doncha know…

    2. As you noted, Mr. STEIN and Mr. WASSERMAN falsely claimed that Mr. Schnatter owed them literally SIX MILLION shekels, and conspired to secretly record Mr. Schatter, hoping to get a sound bite that they could misrepresent in order to use it as the nucleus for a publicity campaign attacking him as a “bad goy” who not only “gassed 6 MILLION shekels to death,” but also has “repeatedly failed to demonstrate the appropriate level of self-hatred required of all White goyim.”

    In June 2018, Laundry Service claimed Papa John’s should pay for “work” Laundry Service had intended to provide as the company’s media buyer. When a dispute arose over whether Laundry Service was entitled to these payments, Casey Wasserman, the CEO of Wasserman Media Group, told Papa John’s then CEO Steve Ritchie that he would “bury the founder” (i.e., Mr. Schnatter) if Laundry Service was not paid $6 million dollars.

    3. Mr. STEIN and Mr. WASSERMAN’s co-ethnics at the major narrative promotion agencies target Mr. Schatter with a nationawide smear campaign based on STEIN and WASSERMAN’s desired narrative, resulting in Mr. Shatter’s resignation.

    Also of note:

    – Schnatter is of German ancestry, so anti-German hatred likely played a role — in addition to the obvious anti-White hatred/ semitic supremacism that motivated the unhinged attacks on him by Stein, Wasserman, and the so-called “news” media.

    – Papa John has donated to Trump and Rand Paul, and took several other political positions that ran contrary to the “woke capitalism” party line.

    [Rand Paul has made the required pilgrimage to the Wailing Wall, but nonetheless has been repeatedly attacked for his allegedly “inadequately enthusiastic” levels of Israel Firstism.]

    It’s almost as if the Woke sometimes have mercenary motivations …

    Meh. The shekels are important, but clearly not the main issue here. This is a very obvious example of systemic semitism in action. It’s how The Narrative is enforced.

    • Agree: utu
    • Thanks: Stan d Mute
  68. @Alden
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Papa John’s Pizza is excellent . Claim they use real cheese, unlike some chains that use processed cheese.

    Replies: @David In TN, @SaneClownPosse

    Better than Domino’s.

  69. @Steve Sailer
    @Kyle

    Why is "Laundry" a suddenly fashionable word? Gavin Newsom went to the French Laundry restaurant, I have English Laundry pants in my closet, Mr. Schnatter was betrayed by Laundry Service ...

    Just wondering ...

    Replies: @Joe Stalin

    I remember seeing “Chinese Laundry” fashionable women’s shoes whenever the Miss USA pageant was aired, and that was a LONG time ago.

  70. Hire a firm named “Laundry Service” to clean your firm’s dirty laundry?

    Seems like a strange name for a PR firm, more like a code name for a spook op, or a money laundering front.

  71. @Hunsdon
    Six million dollars?

    Replies: @jon, @Polistra, @James Forrestal, @Jus' Sayin'..., @WaffleStaffel

    Six million dollars?

    Yet another Holocaust denier /sarc/

  72. @Colin Wright
    Is the pizza any good?

    Replies: @Buzz Mohawk, @Captain Tripps, @Jack D, @International Jew, @Emslander

    Papa John himself says that the quality has gone downhill since they kicked him out. I don’t know whether this is true or whether it is just sour grapes.

    Papa Johns was apparently serious, at least in Papa John’s time, about enforcing quality control on the franchisees and would send inspectors out to score the pizzas on a 10 point scale and they would give you a hard time if you scored below a certain level, etc. The appeal of any chain restaurant is that while it is not likely to be great, it IS likely to be consistent so if you are familiar with and like the taste of a Papa John’s pizza, the one you get in Dubuque is going to be much like the one you got in Columbus and the one you get next Friday is going to be very similar to the one you got last Friday.

    I can’t think of too many places in America where there is not a local pizza shop that can do a better job than Papa Johns, but I suppose you could do worse also. Nowadays with Google ratings and Yelp and so on, even if you are in a strange city you should be able to find a place that’s better in most cases.

    • Replies: @anonymous
    @Jack D

    What made Casey Wasserman do this? Do you think it is because he has deep animosity towards white Christians?

    Replies: @Jack D, @James Forrestal

    , @Bill Jones
    @Jack D

    As a young man, many decades ago, I asked the owner of a car body shop is so and so's body shop was any good. His answer was simply; they've been around for 25 years, of course they're good. Even in the days before the interwebs, word got around.
    Pizza is more often consumed and probably more mentioned in casual conversation than car repairs.
    Finding a decent local pizza shop shouldn't be hard.

  73. @David In TN
    @Alden

    Alden,

    Have you heard of the 2014 murder of Papa John's clerk Gordon Schaeffer in Columbia, Tennessee? A Usual Suspect walked into the store late at night, ordered Gordon to empty the cash drawer and then shot him. It was caught on surveillance camera.

    BTW, Schnatter came to the funeral.

    I attended the trial. The killer, one Darius Fitzpatrick, was sentenced to "Life." It was painful to watch Gordon Schaeffer's mother on the witness stand.

    Yes, Papa John's Pizza is very good.

    Replies: @Jack D

    Darius Fitzpatrick

    Those Irish again, up to their old tricks.

    Fitzpatrick will be able to march in the St. Patrick’s Parade again in only 51 years, when he’ll be 68, unless there is some kind of amnesty for Irish felons sooner. The jury refused to give life without parole as the prosecution requested. I suppose they didn’t go for the death penalty because he was only 17 at the time he killed the clerk.

    • Replies: @David In TN
    @Jack D

    Here (nicholasstixuncensored.blogspot.com/2018/04/the-papa-johns-murder-of-gordon.html) is what I wrote at Nicholas Stix Uncensored about the verdict and sentencing for the Papa John's murder. There are links to the other pieces I wrote on the case.

    In the search box in the upper left hand corner, type Darius Fitzpatrick.

    Replies: @Jack D

  74. @Polistra
    @kaganovitch

    So are the black guys in Washington Square Park.

    What can it mean?

    Replies: @kaganovitch, @Jack D

    I was referring to la griffe’s essay
    http://www.lagriffedulion.f2s.com/ashkenaz.htm

  75. @Polistra
    @kaganovitch

    So are the black guys in Washington Square Park.

    What can it mean?

    Replies: @kaganovitch, @Jack D

    Not really. Those guys are good enough to beat tourists but a real grandmaster would make short work of them.

  76. MGB says:
    @SafeNow
    Arsonist firefighters. Sexual-predator gynecologists. Mentally unhinged psychiatrists. Termite inspectors who bring their own termites with them. I will add reputation-damaging ad agencies to this list.

    Replies: @MGB

    I think it was Hugh Grant who made some comment about “reputation damaging” PR types, like Matthew Freud. A story of the young entrepreneur as told by a sibling.

    As a young student, Freud was seen as more cunning than bright. “He had no understanding of the relationship between working hard and doing well,” his sister Emma, a scriptwriter and broadcaster, wrote in an e-mail. “He thought that if he could be in the right place at the right time with the right bit of luck on his side, then he might have a chance of getting away with it.” She described an early entrepreneurial effort at a local fair, when Freud was about nine. “Matthew had a stall and was selling mice for fifty pence,” she said. “He didn’t do well on the first day, so he changed his marketing tactics. He sold the mice for ten pence to small children who were wandering around on their own. Then, when the parents brought them back in horror, he charged the parents a pound to take the mice back.”

    Ah, the budding little blackmailer.

    • Thanks: SafeNow
  77. anonymous[591] • Disclaimer says:
    @Jack D
    @Colin Wright

    Papa John himself says that the quality has gone downhill since they kicked him out. I don't know whether this is true or whether it is just sour grapes.

    Papa Johns was apparently serious, at least in Papa John's time, about enforcing quality control on the franchisees and would send inspectors out to score the pizzas on a 10 point scale and they would give you a hard time if you scored below a certain level, etc. The appeal of any chain restaurant is that while it is not likely to be great, it IS likely to be consistent so if you are familiar with and like the taste of a Papa John's pizza, the one you get in Dubuque is going to be much like the one you got in Columbus and the one you get next Friday is going to be very similar to the one you got last Friday.

    I can't think of too many places in America where there is not a local pizza shop that can do a better job than Papa Johns, but I suppose you could do worse also. Nowadays with Google ratings and Yelp and so on, even if you are in a strange city you should be able to find a place that's better in most cases.

    Replies: @anonymous, @Bill Jones

    What made Casey Wasserman do this? Do you think it is because he has deep animosity towards white Christians?

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @anonymous

    Didn't you read the article? Apparently the agency was doing a poor job and was kicked off the account. They demanded a large payment as a settlement for breaking the contract and when Papa John's refused to pay they vowed revenge. This has zero to do with Christians and Jews. Not everything is race or religion. Greed is a human trait which cuts across all racial and religious lines.

    Replies: @anonymous

    , @James Forrestal
    @anonymous


    What made Casey Wasserman do this? Do you think it is because he has deep animosity towards white Christians?
     
    Yeah, it's pretty clear that Wasserman's crazed attack was motivated by a combination of:
    1. Virulent, unreasoning Christophobia
    2. Vitriolic anti-White hatred
    3. Bottomless greed

    Needless to say, all of these are characteristic features of toxic semitism.

    But there's also the tactical political aspect -- no prominent White goy can be seen to be publicly dissenting from an important anti-White media campaign, since he might serve as a focus for resistance. Gotta keep continuously ramping up the level of conditioning on White self-hatred/ out group preference, while crushing all heresy [look at what happened in the early days of the antifa/ BLM riots, for example].

    Casey Wasserman is something of a fanatic on this issue. He has made a number of other efforts to mandate public promotion of anti-White hatred, especially at sports venues -- most notably his attempt to pressure the International Olympic Committee into featuring anti-White propaganda more prominently at the Olympics. So it's quite likely that he saw Schnatter's mild, reasonable, common sense objections to the NFL's persistent anti-White disinformation as an indication that he was an "uppity goy" who had to be destroyed... or at least marginalized.

    Like all tolerant, understanding people of good faith, I hope and pray that Mr. Wasserman will come to see the error of his ways, and attempt to heal himself from his toxic semitism by accepting Christ into his heart.
  78. @Anon
    @Altai

    Here's a tweet from Stein: "Confession: over the past six months it's become clear to me that when you own a brand, your marketing investments are consistently the opposite of what most ad agency's recommend. As an agency, you get rewarded for growing the agency, not the client."

    Growing the agency, not the client? Who'd want to hire them, then?

    Most of their clients these days appear to be indignant black sports figures. As this news comes out, their pool of white clients is going to vanish, and even the blacks will be looking at them suspiciously. You can't blackmail your clients and just get away with your reputation intact.

    Replies: @James J O'Meara

    “‘As an agency, you get rewarded for growing the agency, not the client.’ Growing the agency, not the client? Who’d want to hire them, then?”

    cf: Where are the client’s yachts?

    Someone somewhere pointed out that there was no evidence that “advertising” actually “works” i.e. increases sales. What ad agencies do is schmooze a company into becoming a client. The only “sale” they make is to the client, to get them to sign on the line which is dotted (Glengarry Glen Ross).

    When “whores” become “high class call girls”, their “johns” become “clients”.

  79. I bet ole John now just wants to get his ovens fired up and start tossing New York style (((pizzas))) in as fast as possible. How long would it take him to burn up six million I wonder?

    • Replies: @anonymous
    @Stan d Mute


    I bet ole John now just wants to get his ovens fired up and start tossing New York style (((pizzas))) in as fast as possible. How long would it take him to burn up six million I wonder?
     
    I wonder if sentiments like these will become widespread and inevitable in the alt-right movement. There will be calls for violence against Jews. It's hard to understand why there are some Jews who support the alt-right.
  80. @Jack D
    @Colin Wright

    Papa John himself says that the quality has gone downhill since they kicked him out. I don't know whether this is true or whether it is just sour grapes.

    Papa Johns was apparently serious, at least in Papa John's time, about enforcing quality control on the franchisees and would send inspectors out to score the pizzas on a 10 point scale and they would give you a hard time if you scored below a certain level, etc. The appeal of any chain restaurant is that while it is not likely to be great, it IS likely to be consistent so if you are familiar with and like the taste of a Papa John's pizza, the one you get in Dubuque is going to be much like the one you got in Columbus and the one you get next Friday is going to be very similar to the one you got last Friday.

    I can't think of too many places in America where there is not a local pizza shop that can do a better job than Papa Johns, but I suppose you could do worse also. Nowadays with Google ratings and Yelp and so on, even if you are in a strange city you should be able to find a place that's better in most cases.

    Replies: @anonymous, @Bill Jones

    As a young man, many decades ago, I asked the owner of a car body shop is so and so’s body shop was any good. His answer was simply; they’ve been around for 25 years, of course they’re good. Even in the days before the interwebs, word got around.
    Pizza is more often consumed and probably more mentioned in casual conversation than car repairs.
    Finding a decent local pizza shop shouldn’t be hard.

  81. @Colin Wright
    Is the pizza any good?

    Replies: @Buzz Mohawk, @Captain Tripps, @Jack D, @International Jew, @Emslander

    I’ve had Papa John’s pizza all over northern California. I think it’s great pizza, and an excellent value.

  82. Anon[320] • Disclaimer says:

    – Laundry Service continued recording after Mr. Schnatter hung up, and captured internal discussions between senior Laundry Service employees (including Stein, its CEO at the time) directly after the call ended. Those discussions are shocking. Laundry Service immediately began to discuss how Mr. Schnatter’s statements on the call could be used against him to damage his image so “he gets fucking sent out to pasture on this shit” (in Stein’s words).

    It’s hard for people to understand just how evil leftists are (including Steve, since apparently he grow up in Mayberry). Since they are unmoored from the anchors or religion and traditional morality, they are prone to become vile, demonic, materialistic creatures with no concern for their fellow man. After all, why should they? Flyover people are of a lower social class because they do not have the RIGHT political views. They simply do not matter.

    John Schnatter had done nothing to these people, other than perhaps being a hayseed from flyover country who somehow became successful. On the contrary, he awarded their firm a lucrative contract. And what did these MSNBC-watching hateful pieces of garbage do? They set out to destroy him in the most vindictive manner possible, and took absolute joy in it. This is what watching MSNBC does to people.

    Even mafia Dons have better morals. They only go after people who have crossed them, our as a cold-hearted business decision. But even they would never have such pure undistilled hatred for someone who literally never did anything to them at all.

    Also notice how they had no problem being utterly duplicitous and deceptive to their client, immediately changing their tone as soon as the call had ended. Just utterly chilling how free of moral consideration these snakes are.

    • Replies: @anonymous
    @Anon

    Schnatter did advocate for a lot of conservative positions in public long before the call. If he was a liberal he would not have invited such scorn. The lesson is if you are going to be successful, you should also be liberal.

    , @Stan d Mute
    @Anon


    This is what watching MSNBC Hebrew School does to people.
     
    FIFY
  83. @PhysicistDave
    @Steve Sailer

    Sailer wrote:


    The Westside of Los Angeles and the southern parts of the San Fernando Valley on the other side of the Hollywood Hills are increasingly filling up with ex-Soviets, Israelis, Persians, Armenians, and so forth, few of whom are Woke.
     
    So, is America so lost that only Asian immigrants can save us from our ruling Anglo elite?

    Replies: @RichardTaylor, @Polistra, @JohnnyWalker123

    Anglo elite?

  84. @Jack D
    @David In TN

    Darius Fitzpatrick

    Those Irish again, up to their old tricks.

    Fitzpatrick will be able to march in the St. Patrick's Parade again in only 51 years, when he'll be 68, unless there is some kind of amnesty for Irish felons sooner. The jury refused to give life without parole as the prosecution requested. I suppose they didn't go for the death penalty because he was only 17 at the time he killed the clerk.

    Replies: @David In TN

    Here (nicholasstixuncensored.blogspot.com/2018/04/the-papa-johns-murder-of-gordon.html) is what I wrote at Nicholas Stix Uncensored about the verdict and sentencing for the Papa John’s murder. There are links to the other pieces I wrote on the case.

    In the search box in the upper left hand corner, type Darius Fitzpatrick.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @David In TN

    Thanks for the link. I can't really say that these guys are war criminals. They are just ordinary POS. Calling them war criminals makes them more important than the human garbage that they are. Human garbage that now will have to be fed and housed until the 2070s. I shudder to think what the cost will be. What it already has been for all of the elaborate defense with psychiatric experts and so on. I could have given them the diagnosis for free - he's an incurable POS.

    Hopefully when they let him out at age 68 his hormones will have quieted down by then. But who knows in the current environment whether they will really keep him that long. Isn't it wrong to keep someone in prison for 50 years for something impulsive that they did when they were 17? He's gotten his life together now and found Jesus in prison and gotten a mail order college degree, blah, blah, blah. His confession was coerced. Those DNA tests were not reliable, etc. If you appeal enough times, maybe you'll find some nice white lady judge who will buy this BS. They'll put him on TV - man spends 30 years in prison for crime he did not commit!

    So I guess this means Fitzpatrick and Gillespie are not really Irish? Or maybe they are Black Irish?

    Replies: @David In TN

  85. anonymous[198] • Disclaimer says:
    @Stan d Mute
    I bet ole John now just wants to get his ovens fired up and start tossing New York style (((pizzas))) in as fast as possible. How long would it take him to burn up six million I wonder?

    Replies: @anonymous

    I bet ole John now just wants to get his ovens fired up and start tossing New York style (((pizzas))) in as fast as possible. How long would it take him to burn up six million I wonder?

    I wonder if sentiments like these will become widespread and inevitable in the alt-right movement. There will be calls for violence against Jews. It’s hard to understand why there are some Jews who support the alt-right.

    • LOL: Stan d Mute
  86. anonymous[303] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anon
    - Laundry Service continued recording after Mr. Schnatter hung up, and captured internal discussions between senior Laundry Service employees (including Stein, its CEO at the time) directly after the call ended. Those discussions are shocking. Laundry Service immediately began to discuss how Mr. Schnatter’s statements on the call could be used against him to damage his image so “he gets fucking sent out to pasture on this shit” (in Stein’s words).

    It's hard for people to understand just how evil leftists are (including Steve, since apparently he grow up in Mayberry). Since they are unmoored from the anchors or religion and traditional morality, they are prone to become vile, demonic, materialistic creatures with no concern for their fellow man. After all, why should they? Flyover people are of a lower social class because they do not have the RIGHT political views. They simply do not matter.

    John Schnatter had done nothing to these people, other than perhaps being a hayseed from flyover country who somehow became successful. On the contrary, he awarded their firm a lucrative contract. And what did these MSNBC-watching hateful pieces of garbage do? They set out to destroy him in the most vindictive manner possible, and took absolute joy in it. This is what watching MSNBC does to people.

    Even mafia Dons have better morals. They only go after people who have crossed them, our as a cold-hearted business decision. But even they would never have such pure undistilled hatred for someone who literally never did anything to them at all.

    Also notice how they had no problem being utterly duplicitous and deceptive to their client, immediately changing their tone as soon as the call had ended. Just utterly chilling how free of moral consideration these snakes are.

    Replies: @anonymous, @Stan d Mute

    Schnatter did advocate for a lot of conservative positions in public long before the call. If he was a liberal he would not have invited such scorn. The lesson is if you are going to be successful, you should also be liberal.

  87. @anonymous
    @Jack D

    What made Casey Wasserman do this? Do you think it is because he has deep animosity towards white Christians?

    Replies: @Jack D, @James Forrestal

    Didn’t you read the article? Apparently the agency was doing a poor job and was kicked off the account. They demanded a large payment as a settlement for breaking the contract and when Papa John’s refused to pay they vowed revenge. This has zero to do with Christians and Jews. Not everything is race or religion. Greed is a human trait which cuts across all racial and religious lines.

    • LOL: Stan d Mute
    • Replies: @anonymous
    @Jack D

    Ruining a client based on information from a training session conducted by the ad firm runs a high risk of ruining the ad firm itself. The action taken by Casey Wasserman is too extreme with too high of a potential price to pay to be taken as solely motivated by a business dispute. Considering this do you think there were additional factors in play like animosity towards a white Christian?

    Replies: @Jack D

  88. @David In TN
    @Jack D

    Here (nicholasstixuncensored.blogspot.com/2018/04/the-papa-johns-murder-of-gordon.html) is what I wrote at Nicholas Stix Uncensored about the verdict and sentencing for the Papa John's murder. There are links to the other pieces I wrote on the case.

    In the search box in the upper left hand corner, type Darius Fitzpatrick.

    Replies: @Jack D

    Thanks for the link. I can’t really say that these guys are war criminals. They are just ordinary POS. Calling them war criminals makes them more important than the human garbage that they are. Human garbage that now will have to be fed and housed until the 2070s. I shudder to think what the cost will be. What it already has been for all of the elaborate defense with psychiatric experts and so on. I could have given them the diagnosis for free – he’s an incurable POS.

    Hopefully when they let him out at age 68 his hormones will have quieted down by then. But who knows in the current environment whether they will really keep him that long. Isn’t it wrong to keep someone in prison for 50 years for something impulsive that they did when they were 17? He’s gotten his life together now and found Jesus in prison and gotten a mail order college degree, blah, blah, blah. His confession was coerced. Those DNA tests were not reliable, etc. If you appeal enough times, maybe you’ll find some nice white lady judge who will buy this BS. They’ll put him on TV – man spends 30 years in prison for crime he did not commit!

    So I guess this means Fitzpatrick and Gillespie are not really Irish? Or maybe they are Black Irish?

    • Replies: @David In TN
    @Jack D

    Nicholas Stix these characters as war criminals. He also says people make the mistake of taking these murders in isolation, rather than as a pattern.

    You can see how a Soros DA would have treated Fitzpatrick--One of those wouldn't have charged him as an adult.

  89. anonymous[203] • Disclaimer says:
    @Jack D
    @anonymous

    Didn't you read the article? Apparently the agency was doing a poor job and was kicked off the account. They demanded a large payment as a settlement for breaking the contract and when Papa John's refused to pay they vowed revenge. This has zero to do with Christians and Jews. Not everything is race or religion. Greed is a human trait which cuts across all racial and religious lines.

    Replies: @anonymous

    Ruining a client based on information from a training session conducted by the ad firm runs a high risk of ruining the ad firm itself. The action taken by Casey Wasserman is too extreme with too high of a potential price to pay to be taken as solely motivated by a business dispute. Considering this do you think there were additional factors in play like animosity towards a white Christian?

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @anonymous

    No. I don't know how to get this thru your head but modern Jews don't hate Christians. If they didn't want to be around Christians they could move to Israel (not that Israel doesn't have a Christian community too), but they don't. Personally I can say that some of my closest friends are Christian and all of my Jewish friends also have Christian friends (and in some cases spouses).

    Replies: @Stan d Mute, @anonymous, @Polistra

  90. @Hunsdon
    Six million dollars?

    Replies: @jon, @Polistra, @James Forrestal, @Jus' Sayin'..., @WaffleStaffel

    Into the pizza ovens…

  91. @anonymous
    @Jack D

    Ruining a client based on information from a training session conducted by the ad firm runs a high risk of ruining the ad firm itself. The action taken by Casey Wasserman is too extreme with too high of a potential price to pay to be taken as solely motivated by a business dispute. Considering this do you think there were additional factors in play like animosity towards a white Christian?

    Replies: @Jack D

    No. I don’t know how to get this thru your head but modern Jews don’t hate Christians. If they didn’t want to be around Christians they could move to Israel (not that Israel doesn’t have a Christian community too), but they don’t. Personally I can say that some of my closest friends are Christian and all of my Jewish friends also have Christian friends (and in some cases spouses).

    • Agree: Dissident
    • Replies: @Stan d Mute
    @Jack D


    I don’t know how to get this thru your head but modern Jews don’t hate Christians.
     
    Is it necessary to hate? Seems to me, if I thought that I was chosen by Yahweh, and the other guy wasn’t, that alone would be sufficient to disqualify him from the consideration I would give my kin.

    Cancer and pedophiles are about the only classes I can categorically claim to hate. Jews individually may be good or bad, but generally it’s becoming impossible not to notice the malign effect Jews as a group have had on my nation. Ironically, it has been the “good Jews” who have proven to me the malignant nature of their peers.
    , @anonymous
    @Jack D

    Israel is a really competitive country but the US has way more opportunities for getting rich. So if someone doesn't like white Christians but wants to be a successful businessman, he would be inclined to stay in the US. I'm not talking about you and your friends but trying to speculate about what is going on in the mind of Casey Wasserman. He took such an enormous risk, potentially ruining the entire business he built. Wasserman's motives go beyond a business dispute. That brings us to the question of whether Wasserman hates white Christians.

    , @Polistra
    @Jack D


    Jews don’t hate Christians.
     
    A little thought experiment for you. Let's take your assertion as truth. Now: if they did hate Christians, in what ways would they behave differently?
  92. @Jack D
    @David In TN

    Thanks for the link. I can't really say that these guys are war criminals. They are just ordinary POS. Calling them war criminals makes them more important than the human garbage that they are. Human garbage that now will have to be fed and housed until the 2070s. I shudder to think what the cost will be. What it already has been for all of the elaborate defense with psychiatric experts and so on. I could have given them the diagnosis for free - he's an incurable POS.

    Hopefully when they let him out at age 68 his hormones will have quieted down by then. But who knows in the current environment whether they will really keep him that long. Isn't it wrong to keep someone in prison for 50 years for something impulsive that they did when they were 17? He's gotten his life together now and found Jesus in prison and gotten a mail order college degree, blah, blah, blah. His confession was coerced. Those DNA tests were not reliable, etc. If you appeal enough times, maybe you'll find some nice white lady judge who will buy this BS. They'll put him on TV - man spends 30 years in prison for crime he did not commit!

    So I guess this means Fitzpatrick and Gillespie are not really Irish? Or maybe they are Black Irish?

    Replies: @David In TN

    Nicholas Stix these characters as war criminals. He also says people make the mistake of taking these murders in isolation, rather than as a pattern.

    You can see how a Soros DA would have treated Fitzpatrick–One of those wouldn’t have charged him as an adult.

  93. @Anon
    - Laundry Service continued recording after Mr. Schnatter hung up, and captured internal discussions between senior Laundry Service employees (including Stein, its CEO at the time) directly after the call ended. Those discussions are shocking. Laundry Service immediately began to discuss how Mr. Schnatter’s statements on the call could be used against him to damage his image so “he gets fucking sent out to pasture on this shit” (in Stein’s words).

    It's hard for people to understand just how evil leftists are (including Steve, since apparently he grow up in Mayberry). Since they are unmoored from the anchors or religion and traditional morality, they are prone to become vile, demonic, materialistic creatures with no concern for their fellow man. After all, why should they? Flyover people are of a lower social class because they do not have the RIGHT political views. They simply do not matter.

    John Schnatter had done nothing to these people, other than perhaps being a hayseed from flyover country who somehow became successful. On the contrary, he awarded their firm a lucrative contract. And what did these MSNBC-watching hateful pieces of garbage do? They set out to destroy him in the most vindictive manner possible, and took absolute joy in it. This is what watching MSNBC does to people.

    Even mafia Dons have better morals. They only go after people who have crossed them, our as a cold-hearted business decision. But even they would never have such pure undistilled hatred for someone who literally never did anything to them at all.

    Also notice how they had no problem being utterly duplicitous and deceptive to their client, immediately changing their tone as soon as the call had ended. Just utterly chilling how free of moral consideration these snakes are.

    Replies: @anonymous, @Stan d Mute

    This is what watching MSNBC Hebrew School does to people.

    FIFY

  94. @Jack D
    @anonymous

    No. I don't know how to get this thru your head but modern Jews don't hate Christians. If they didn't want to be around Christians they could move to Israel (not that Israel doesn't have a Christian community too), but they don't. Personally I can say that some of my closest friends are Christian and all of my Jewish friends also have Christian friends (and in some cases spouses).

    Replies: @Stan d Mute, @anonymous, @Polistra

    I don’t know how to get this thru your head but modern Jews don’t hate Christians.

    Is it necessary to hate? Seems to me, if I thought that I was chosen by Yahweh, and the other guy wasn’t, that alone would be sufficient to disqualify him from the consideration I would give my kin.

    Cancer and pedophiles are about the only classes I can categorically claim to hate. Jews individually may be good or bad, but generally it’s becoming impossible not to notice the malign effect Jews as a group have had on my nation. Ironically, it has been the “good Jews” who have proven to me the malignant nature of their peers.

  95. anonymous[217] • Disclaimer says:
    @Jack D
    @anonymous

    No. I don't know how to get this thru your head but modern Jews don't hate Christians. If they didn't want to be around Christians they could move to Israel (not that Israel doesn't have a Christian community too), but they don't. Personally I can say that some of my closest friends are Christian and all of my Jewish friends also have Christian friends (and in some cases spouses).

    Replies: @Stan d Mute, @anonymous, @Polistra

    Israel is a really competitive country but the US has way more opportunities for getting rich. So if someone doesn’t like white Christians but wants to be a successful businessman, he would be inclined to stay in the US. I’m not talking about you and your friends but trying to speculate about what is going on in the mind of Casey Wasserman. He took such an enormous risk, potentially ruining the entire business he built. Wasserman’s motives go beyond a business dispute. That brings us to the question of whether Wasserman hates white Christians.

  96. @Altai
    @utu

    Ah, that explains it. For some reason I thought the head of an ad agency would have been much older. This guy is psycho through and through.

    I love all the psycho status signalling in the NYT wedding announcements. The best ones are the ones which don't even mention the couple or their relationship, how they met etc but just tell me where they went to school and their degrees.

    https://twitter.com/nytimesvows/

    Replies: @Clyde

    I love all the psycho status signaling in the NYT wedding announcements. The best ones are the ones which don’t even mention the couple or their relationship, how they met etc but just tell me where they went to school and their degrees.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2020/02/28/fashion/weddings/so-many-phone-dates-prayers-and-a-kiss-at-the-eiffel-tower.html?smid=tw-nytvows&smtyp=cur >>>>>>> This one goes on forever. So long that…well they seem fairly honest in a dishonest world

  97. @Colin Wright
    Is the pizza any good?

    Replies: @Buzz Mohawk, @Captain Tripps, @Jack D, @International Jew, @Emslander

    Papa Jon’s pizza is awful. It has some kind of dominating flavor that is nauseating, like chemical butter combined with artificial garlic. I think it’s supposed to be distinctive, but it’s very bad.

    I’m a pizza omnivore, too. I’ll eat any pizza, hot or cold, so long as its not ham and pineapple.

    I have new respect for its founder, but I will not eat that pizza!

    • Agree: Getaclue
  98. @anonymous
    @Jack D

    What made Casey Wasserman do this? Do you think it is because he has deep animosity towards white Christians?

    Replies: @Jack D, @James Forrestal

    What made Casey Wasserman do this? Do you think it is because he has deep animosity towards white Christians?

    Yeah, it’s pretty clear that Wasserman’s crazed attack was motivated by a combination of:
    1. Virulent, unreasoning Christophobia
    2. Vitriolic anti-White hatred
    3. Bottomless greed

    Needless to say, all of these are characteristic features of toxic semitism.

    But there’s also the tactical political aspect — no prominent White goy can be seen to be publicly dissenting from an important anti-White media campaign, since he might serve as a focus for resistance. Gotta keep continuously ramping up the level of conditioning on White self-hatred/ out group preference, while crushing all heresy [look at what happened in the early days of the antifa/ BLM riots, for example].

    Casey Wasserman is something of a fanatic on this issue. He has made a number of other efforts to mandate public promotion of anti-White hatred, especially at sports venues — most notably his attempt to pressure the International Olympic Committee into featuring anti-White propaganda more prominently at the Olympics. So it’s quite likely that he saw Schnatter’s mild, reasonable, common sense objections to the NFL’s persistent anti-White disinformation as an indication that he was an “uppity goy” who had to be destroyed… or at least marginalized.

    Like all tolerant, understanding people of good faith, I hope and pray that Mr. Wasserman will come to see the error of his ways, and attempt to heal himself from his toxic semitism by accepting Christ into his heart.

  99. @J.Ross
    @Barack Obama's secret Unz account

    Are you assuming that wokists are logical and decent?

    Replies: @Barack Obama's secret Unz account

    Assuming that wokists aren’t involved

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @Barack Obama's secret Unz account

    If the Laundry Services conspirators are not wokists or at least using woke then how do you explain any of this? People were informed on all the time under Stalin to enable the stealing of their career post or larger-than-average city center apartment.

    Replies: @James Forrestal

  100. @Barack Obama's secret Unz account
    @J.Ross

    Assuming that wokists aren't involved

    Replies: @J.Ross

    If the Laundry Services conspirators are not wokists or at least using woke then how do you explain any of this? People were informed on all the time under Stalin to enable the stealing of their career post or larger-than-average city center apartment.

    • Replies: @James Forrestal
    @J.Ross


    If the Laundry Services conspirators are not wokists or at least using woke then how do you explain any of this?
     
    I'm not sure why you're so confused here. The perpetrators of the attack on Papa John were clearly motivated by a combination of ethnonarcissism, desire to maintain narrative hegemony, and greed.

    Wasserman and Stein are both virulently anti-White MOTs and known semitic supremacists. Schnatter is a White goy (of German heritage, no less) who dared to dissent slightly from the party line of an important anti-White campaign by the so-called "news" media. Because he failed to support the required narrative, theyWasserman/ Stein cabal decided that he was a "bad" (or "uppity") goy who had to be crushed. Simple as.

    Replies: @J.Ross

  101. using woke

    Of course they’re using woke. It’s just that their plot doesn’t make sense to me.

  102. @J.Ross
    @Barack Obama's secret Unz account

    If the Laundry Services conspirators are not wokists or at least using woke then how do you explain any of this? People were informed on all the time under Stalin to enable the stealing of their career post or larger-than-average city center apartment.

    Replies: @James Forrestal

    If the Laundry Services conspirators are not wokists or at least using woke then how do you explain any of this?

    I’m not sure why you’re so confused here. The perpetrators of the attack on Papa John were clearly motivated by a combination of ethnonarcissism, desire to maintain narrative hegemony, and greed.

    Wasserman and Stein are both virulently anti-White MOTs and known semitic supremacists. Schnatter is a White goy (of German heritage, no less) who dared to dissent slightly from the party line of an important anti-White campaign by the so-called “news” media. Because he failed to support the required narrative, theyWasserman/ Stein cabal decided that he was a “bad” (or “uppity”) goy who had to be crushed. Simple as.

    • Agree: Getaclue
    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @James Forrestal

    The other fellow is saying "wokists were not involved."

  103. @Achmed E. Newman
    @Ganderson

    No JROTC for me, just Boy Scouts. I think pizza is something we all can agree to disagree on (still, cheese must be commensurate with tomato sauce, dammit!) Nice Dead reference there, too.

    You would figure with a name like "Mario's .." it'd HAVE to be good. Then again, I got two slices from a place called Angelo's recently - nice people, but nah, it wasn't so hot.

    Replies: @Ganderson

    Mario’s got a mention in the movie “Miracle”- background dialogue “ wanna go to Mario’s?”

    The 1980 team trained at Bloomington Ice Gardens, Bloomington, MN, Mario’s a hop, skip and jump away.

  104. @James Forrestal
    @J.Ross


    If the Laundry Services conspirators are not wokists or at least using woke then how do you explain any of this?
     
    I'm not sure why you're so confused here. The perpetrators of the attack on Papa John were clearly motivated by a combination of ethnonarcissism, desire to maintain narrative hegemony, and greed.

    Wasserman and Stein are both virulently anti-White MOTs and known semitic supremacists. Schnatter is a White goy (of German heritage, no less) who dared to dissent slightly from the party line of an important anti-White campaign by the so-called "news" media. Because he failed to support the required narrative, theyWasserman/ Stein cabal decided that he was a "bad" (or "uppity") goy who had to be crushed. Simple as.

    Replies: @J.Ross

    The other fellow is saying “wokists were not involved.”

  105. @Calvin Hobbes
    Purdue dumps Papa John's founder over slur, will return $8M, strip name from econ center

    https://www.usatoday.com/story/money/2018/08/05/purdue-dumps-papa-johns-founder-after-ethnic-slur/909859002/

    WEST LAFAYETTE, Indiana — Purdue University will strip John Schnatter's name from an economic research center at the Krannert School of Management and will offer to return the $8 million the founder of the Papa John’s pizza chain gave the West Lafayette campus in April after racially charged comments he made.

    Purdue’s trustees on Friday morning, in their first meeting since Schnatter’s use of the N-word and other comments about race relations became public via a July 11 report in Forbes magazine, voted to disassociate the university from him.

    Ahead of the vote, Mike Berghoff, trustees chairman, said the university had put a lot of time into deciding to add Schnatter’s name to the four-year-old Center for Economic Research at Purdue. He said the university felt a responsibility to put time into a decision about whether to remove Schnatter’s name.Berghoff read the following statement ahead of the trustees’ vote:

    “The board believes this action is necessary to avoid distraction from the center’s work, counterproductive division on the campus, and any inference of any deviation from the university’s often stated stance on tolerance and racial relations.”

    Replies: @Getaclue

    I hope he didn’t let them keep the money….

  106. @Known Fact
    If he knew he'd somehow been set up, why did Schnatter let himself get Seussed like that?

    Replies: @Getaclue

    I think that’s what the Lawsuit is about??? He’s un-Seussing himself — taping yourself plotting to destroy a client is not even a look the co-Tribals running the NYSlimes can make look good….

  107. It’s almost as if the Woke sometimes have mercenary motivations

    Eh, these guys aren’t “Woke.” Wasserman is the grandson of a likely mafia connector and son of a money launderer, who bought this PR firm and shuttered it right before the Papa John’s info was leaked, because it already wasn’t doing well. It is difficult to know precisely why they were so out to get Schnatter- maybe a last bid to save the failing PR firm by extorting a client who wasn’t on their political team- but one thing is clear, these are Jewish scammers who will use whatever the current dogma to steal a buck.

    Another choice quote from the first link:

    “Casey Wasserman is also former associates of noted child rapist and sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein and at the exact time that Epstein was apprehended and first ‘attempted suicide’ in July, Wasserman locked down all of his social media accounts.”

    • Replies: @anon
    @Bumpkin


    noted child rapist and sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein
     
    "Child rapist"?

    Replies: @Bumpkin

  108. @Ganderson
    @PhysicistDave

    Thanks, Dave. With the scandemic and all I’ve been bummed about the future. Now I guess it’s just:

    “(We) may be goin’ to hell in a bucket babe
    But at least (we’re) enjoying the ride”

    Well... maybe not enjoying the ride.

    Replies: @Jim Christian

    I’m enjoying the ride a great distance back from the blacks in a far, far better place. My region will be fine, the final solution is to get far, far away from all of it.

  109. @JMcG
    @Citizen of a Silly Country

    Most of the pizza places in the western suburbs of Philadelphia are run by Mexicans now. They bought them from the Lebanese who owned them around fifteen years ago. The Greeks have their own style of something I’m not willing to call pizza.
    The Italians aren’t FOB anymore and have moved up the employment ladder.

    Replies: @Jim Christian

    Mexican guy making pizza? Isn’t that improper appropriation? They ruined a White guy who opened a mexican restaurant for that in Seattle a couple of years back. Will the Italians fight back? Update at 5!

  110. @Bumpkin

    It’s almost as if the Woke sometimes have mercenary motivations
     
    Eh, these guys aren't "Woke." Wasserman is the grandson of a likely mafia connector and son of a money launderer, who bought this PR firm and shuttered it right before the Papa John's info was leaked, because it already wasn't doing well. It is difficult to know precisely why they were so out to get Schnatter- maybe a last bid to save the failing PR firm by extorting a client who wasn't on their political team- but one thing is clear, these are Jewish scammers who will use whatever the current dogma to steal a buck.

    Another choice quote from the first link:

    "Casey Wasserman is also former associates of noted child rapist and sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein and at the exact time that Epstein was apprehended and first 'attempted suicide' in July, Wasserman locked down all of his social media accounts."

    Replies: @anon

    noted child rapist and sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein

    “Child rapist”?

    • Replies: @Bumpkin
    @anon

    I agree that, as far as we know, that is an exaggeration, but I was simply quoting that piece that mentioned that strange connection between the two men. Precisely what nefarious activity they undertook together is yet to be determined.

  111. @Jack D
    @anonymous

    No. I don't know how to get this thru your head but modern Jews don't hate Christians. If they didn't want to be around Christians they could move to Israel (not that Israel doesn't have a Christian community too), but they don't. Personally I can say that some of my closest friends are Christian and all of my Jewish friends also have Christian friends (and in some cases spouses).

    Replies: @Stan d Mute, @anonymous, @Polistra

    Jews don’t hate Christians.

    A little thought experiment for you. Let’s take your assertion as truth. Now: if they did hate Christians, in what ways would they behave differently?

  112. @anon
    @Bumpkin


    noted child rapist and sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein
     
    "Child rapist"?

    Replies: @Bumpkin

    I agree that, as far as we know, that is an exaggeration, but I was simply quoting that piece that mentioned that strange connection between the two men. Precisely what nefarious activity they undertook together is yet to be determined.

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