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  1. I was triggered by the lack of a “White people are evil” option.

    • LOL: Joe Magarac, Not Raul, TWS
    • Replies: @AnotherDad
    @Stan Adams


    I was triggered by the lack of a “White people are evil” option.
     
    Pretty much.

    Steve wants to have some fun, so he doesn't offer the overall uptick cause: "the old rules no longer apply".

    Replies: @Technite78

    , @TelfoedJohn
    @Stan Adams

    Eternal Lib option: The legacy of slavery

  2. Love, exciting and new
    Come aboard. we’re expecting you.
    Love, life’s sweetest reward.
    Let it flow, it floats back to you.

    The love boat soon will be making another run
    The love boat promises something for everyone
    Set a course for adventure,
    Your mind on a new romance.
    Love won’t hurt anymore
    It’s an open smile on a friendly shore.

    • LOL: Patrick in SC
    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Reg Cæsar

    Reg: Does the USCG have a threesome induced brawl protocol? Asking for a friend , or two.

  3. Meet the new topics, same as the old topics.
    Or rather an intensification of the old topics.

    Leading cause? All of the above, plus generally over-determined.

    A specific instance of the recent pandemic of melanin poisoning.

    Also, how is it that the cruise business still exists?

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Joe Magarac

    Hey, Joe Magarac, I think of your mother ...

    ... sorry, nothing personal at all, man, I cannot think of that handle of yours in my head without getting the 10,000 Maniacs song stuck in my head for the evening... perfect meter!

    ... got an answer to your question ... on black Statisticians ... from last week ... talked to the Statistician I know well... cool cat had 1 black guy he knew in grad school... otherwise, man ... he has not met one in something like 30 years of his... working life... plenty of Chinese and Indian cats, man ... not a single black Statistician.... why all the ellipses... going back to my Beat years, man, with Jack and Neil Cassidy... lost now on the country miles in his Cadillac...

    Great music here, but no, Steve, you may do a brilliant job in analyzing this whole thing and coming up with the reason, but that ain't gonna stop no fat-assed angry bobble-headed black broads from doing what dey do. Best stay clear. Get a spot on a Cosco freighter... more ellipses ... that's what the cool cats do.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a63PArLmEHs

    Replies: @Buzz Mohawk

  4. Anonymous[158] • Disclaimer says:

    The Ali-Foreman Fight was billed as From Slaveship to Championship.

    Now, all them ho’s be Crusin’ for a Bruisin’.

    • Thanks: TWS, Tono Bungay
  5. As to your poll Steve, I’d have to stay the stimmy checks. Remember in the quaint old days when coast-to-coast travel and luxury cruises were for only the hoity-toity and the well to do? Well those days are over! Now anybody with a stimmy check can travel pretty much anywhere in this country (overseas travel, with the need for a passport, will present a barrier for a certain demographic).

    Also, I would’ve included a fifth category in your poll which would’ve been called “do not touch my hair.” I wouldn’t be surprised if some black woman touched another black women’s freshly done braids or hair, which would’ve precipitated pretty much Armageddon.

    • Replies: @Buffalo Joe
    @PaceLaw

    Pace, the cruise industry has built massive vessels so that you can share an intimate dining experience with 500 fellow passengers out of 4000 fellow travellers in just one of 20 restaurants. My wife and I were one cruise away from Platinum Level on a first rate cruise line. When you request a table for two so you can celebrate your anniversary and they seat you at a table for eight, you know they don't care. Fill the staterooms, sell the drinks, charge for a specific dining time in a certain restaurant. Never will we sail again. Hell, years ago they had dress codes for certain restaurants and lounges. Now you can dine in your blazer and slacks seated at a table with a guy in calf length shorts, a wife beater tee shirt and high tops. I know, we were at his table.

    Replies: @Not Raul, @Charon, @PaceLaw

  6. Flights are quite expensive now, but for a while in 2020-21 they were as low as \$59 cross country on the discount airlines.

    Cruises are still cheaper than ever because old people remain scared of Covid. The lower end ones went down to \$50 a day, not even close to covering costs, with the hope they could make it up on high margin alcohol.

    • Replies: @AnotherDad
    @Pixo


    Flights are quite expensive now, but for a while in 2020-21 they were as low as $59 cross country on the discount airlines.
     
    AnotherMom and I flew across the country--twice--for $22 in the fall of 2020 (on Frontier).

    2020 was the Golden Age of air travel. Sure, you couldn't get a meal or a drink a lot of the time ... but uncrowded airports, planes--many times able to lay down in a row--i'll take it.

    I suspect that was it and we'll never see its like again. Steerage class and barked instructions from mandatorily black flight attendants from here on out. May just have to settle for the comming holo-travel.
  7. As we discussed a few days ago, Carnival now has metal detectors. Because as surely as night follows day, dem gunz will try to follow the vibrancy right on board the boat!

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/breaking-news-8/#comment-5420276

    But has anyone considered the fact that metal detectors produce Disparate Impact?

    Cancel Carnival Cruises!

    It’s a win-win.

    • Replies: @prosa123
    @Charon

    As we discussed a few days ago, Carnival now has metal detectors. Because as surely as night follows day, dem gunz will try to follow the vibrancy right on board the boat!

    Cruise ships have had metal detectors for many years, due to fear of Muslims.
    Reality check:
    Islam is NOT going to Conquer the World. And we're all NOT going to be stinking up a coffin from Covid.

  8. Anonymous[325] • Disclaimer says:
    @Reg Cæsar
    Love, exciting and new
    Come aboard. we're expecting you.
    Love, life's sweetest reward.
    Let it flow, it floats back to you.


    The love boat soon will be making another run
    The love boat promises something for everyone
    Set a course for adventure,
    Your mind on a new romance.
    Love won't hurt anymore
    It's an open smile on a friendly shore.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    Reg: Does the USCG have a threesome induced brawl protocol? Asking for a friend , or two.

  9. https://mountainmedianews.com/police-suspect-shot-outside-northern-virginia-mall-dies/

    Inexplicably, no “mostly peaceful protests” no mass media frenzy, no politicians chiming in, no Twitter mobs. Nothing.

    What on earth could be the explanation?

  10. due primarily to genetic/evolutionary psychology factors, blacks are more aggressive and violent, and now here in america, blacks are more affluent now with racial preferences, and so they are more often filmed in these cruise ship settings because of their good jobs and the ever-present camera phones…blacks the new middle class

  11. Even blegs aren’t so dumb they don’t see that our entire society is oriented around flattering these silly people and excusing every stupid thing they do. Of course they’re going to act out.

  12. @Pixo
    Flights are quite expensive now, but for a while in 2020-21 they were as low as $59 cross country on the discount airlines.

    Cruises are still cheaper than ever because old people remain scared of Covid. The lower end ones went down to $50 a day, not even close to covering costs, with the hope they could make it up on high margin alcohol.

    Replies: @AnotherDad

    Flights are quite expensive now, but for a while in 2020-21 they were as low as \$59 cross country on the discount airlines.

    AnotherMom and I flew across the country–twice–for \$22 in the fall of 2020 (on Frontier).

    2020 was the Golden Age of air travel. Sure, you couldn’t get a meal or a drink a lot of the time … but uncrowded airports, planes–many times able to lay down in a row–i’ll take it.

    I suspect that was it and we’ll never see its like again. Steerage class and barked instructions from mandatorily black flight attendants from here on out. May just have to settle for the comming holo-travel.

  13. There’s an obvious–untapped–market for discreet unblack experiences.

    Unfortunately–minoritarianism–it is legally impossible to simply offer those experiences straight up.

    Really rich people can, of course, basically get them through financial screems. But merely well to do people doing merely well to do things, occasionally find themselves unexpectedly vibranted.

    I suspect we’ll find more companies finding more ways to effectively offer those experiences without running afoul of the law. Country Music Cruise, Republican Cruise, Opera Cruise, VDARE Cruise, etc.

    But, of course, the real desire of most people is not just to have some vacation that doesn’t get trashed, but to be able to live in a community and raise their family with folks with similar norms and values and not have that trashed.

    • LOL: PaceLaw
    • Replies: @Mike Tre
    @AnotherDad

    I have discovered that many of the public pools are safe havens from negro vibrancy. And it makes sense.

    Even the really dumb ones know laying out serves no purpose, and ashin' ain't no joke, yo.

    And as we discuss often, blacks can't swim.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

  14. @Stan Adams
    I was triggered by the lack of a “White people are evil” option.

    Replies: @AnotherDad, @TelfoedJohn

    I was triggered by the lack of a “White people are evil” option.

    Pretty much.

    Steve wants to have some fun, so he doesn’t offer the overall uptick cause: “the old rules no longer apply”.

    • Replies: @Technite78
    @AnotherDad


    “the old rules no longer apply”
     
    Yes, this is the correct answer, although I'd modify it a bit:

    The old rules no longer apply to vibrant communities.

    They still apply to blue collar and white collar Whites.

    The new rules are even worse.
  15. Independence Day appreciation of Thomas Jefferson in the WSJ. I believe the article is free to read. And considering its location it’s remarkably free of cant. Mind, Prof. Rakove is careful to steer carefully through the topic, but still offers some pointed observations.

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/what-remains-of-thomas-jefferson-11656687364

    A brief excerpt below the tag…

    [MORE]

    “…Jefferson’s statement of universal human equality was still part of the text and a premise for its argument. It was there for every reader to freely contemplate and apply to any unjust relation, whether of legal status or race or gender or any other perceived source of inequality or discrimination. Those egalitarian readings began immediately and have never ceased.

    Even if Jefferson and his congressional colleagues had more explicit political purposes in mind, they, too, sensed that the appeal to equality had other meanings. The best evidence for this lies in the most significant deletion that Congress made in the draft of the Declaration submitted by Jefferson and his committee. This involved the last, lengthiest and most impassioned of the 17 “repeated injuries and usurpations” comprising Jefferson’s original indictment of George III. The final charge placed nearly the entire blame for the existence of plantation slavery on the British monarchy, while further accusing George III of seeking to foment a murderous slave rebellion against the free white population.

    Jefferson opened this remarkable passage by asserting that the king “has waged war against human nature itself, violating its most sacred rights of life & liberty” by “captivating & carrying” Africans “into slavery in another hemisphere” or exposing them to “miserable death” in the horrific voyages we now call the Middle Passage. When some of the American colonies had tried to limit the slave trade, the king had “prostituted his negative”—his power to veto colonial legislation—to preserve this “execrable commerce.” And now, to compound this “assemblage of horrors,” his subordinates in America were inviting the enslaved to rise up against their masters, “murdering the people upon whom he also obtruded them,” gaining their liberty by destroying the lives of their owners.

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/what-remains-of-thomas-jefferson-11656687364

    • Replies: @Paul Jolliffe
    @HammerJack

    Thanks for the excerpt!

  16. @Joe Magarac
    Meet the new topics, same as the old topics.
    Or rather an intensification of the old topics.

    Leading cause? All of the above, plus generally over-determined.

    A specific instance of the recent pandemic of melanin poisoning.

    Also, how is it that the cruise business still exists?

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    Hey, Joe Magarac, I think of your mother …

    … sorry, nothing personal at all, man, I cannot think of that handle of yours in my head without getting the 10,000 Maniacs song stuck in my head for the evening… perfect meter!

    … got an answer to your question … on black Statisticians … from last week … talked to the Statistician I know well… cool cat had 1 black guy he knew in grad school… otherwise, man … he has not met one in something like 30 years of his… working life… plenty of Chinese and Indian cats, man … not a single black Statistician…. why all the ellipses… going back to my Beat years, man, with Jack and Neil Cassidy… lost now on the country miles in his Cadillac…

    Great music here, but no, Steve, you may do a brilliant job in analyzing this whole thing and coming up with the reason, but that ain’t gonna stop no fat-assed angry bobble-headed black broads from doing what dey do. Best stay clear. Get a spot on a Cosco freighter… more ellipses … that’s what the cool cats do.

    • Thanks: Not Raul
    • LOL: Joe Magarac
    • Replies: @Buzz Mohawk
    @Achmed E. Newman

    The beat goes on...


    Jack Kerouac and his On the Road manuscript:

    https://i.pinimg.com/originals/17/90/46/17904641bcf0090bb3d831a173789311.jpg


    https://i.pinimg.com/originals/ac/7d/71/ac7d71c353715122b6b22ff171cfddbd.jpg


    https://i.redd.it/y0qijl4xeyf21.jpg

  17. @Achmed E. Newman
    @Joe Magarac

    Hey, Joe Magarac, I think of your mother ...

    ... sorry, nothing personal at all, man, I cannot think of that handle of yours in my head without getting the 10,000 Maniacs song stuck in my head for the evening... perfect meter!

    ... got an answer to your question ... on black Statisticians ... from last week ... talked to the Statistician I know well... cool cat had 1 black guy he knew in grad school... otherwise, man ... he has not met one in something like 30 years of his... working life... plenty of Chinese and Indian cats, man ... not a single black Statistician.... why all the ellipses... going back to my Beat years, man, with Jack and Neil Cassidy... lost now on the country miles in his Cadillac...

    Great music here, but no, Steve, you may do a brilliant job in analyzing this whole thing and coming up with the reason, but that ain't gonna stop no fat-assed angry bobble-headed black broads from doing what dey do. Best stay clear. Get a spot on a Cosco freighter... more ellipses ... that's what the cool cats do.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a63PArLmEHs

    Replies: @Buzz Mohawk

    The beat goes on…

    [MORE]

    Jack Kerouac and his On the Road manuscript:

  18. Option #5 for the poll:

    Da phone in da limo was busted. What is ya, ignorant?

  19. @AnotherDad
    There's an obvious--untapped--market for discreet unblack experiences.

    Unfortunately--minoritarianism--it is legally impossible to simply offer those experiences straight up.

    Really rich people can, of course, basically get them through financial screems. But merely well to do people doing merely well to do things, occasionally find themselves unexpectedly vibranted.

    I suspect we'll find more companies finding more ways to effectively offer those experiences without running afoul of the law. Country Music Cruise, Republican Cruise, Opera Cruise, VDARE Cruise, etc.

    But, of course, the real desire of most people is not just to have some vacation that doesn't get trashed, but to be able to live in a community and raise their family with folks with similar norms and values and not have that trashed.

    Replies: @Mike Tre

    I have discovered that many of the public pools are safe havens from negro vibrancy. And it makes sense.

    Even the really dumb ones know laying out serves no purpose, and ashin’ ain’t no joke, yo.

    And as we discuss often, blacks can’t swim.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Mike Tre


    I have discovered that many of the public pools are safe havens from negro vibrancy. And it makes sense.
     
    That's good for you, but it's unfortunately not our experience, Mike. We live very close to an Olympic sized pool with a good deal - pay a few bucks for the day - but it's too black to be any fun at all. That sucks!

    Replies: @Mike Tre

  20. @PaceLaw
    As to your poll Steve, I’d have to stay the stimmy checks. Remember in the quaint old days when coast-to-coast travel and luxury cruises were for only the hoity-toity and the well to do? Well those days are over! Now anybody with a stimmy check can travel pretty much anywhere in this country (overseas travel, with the need for a passport, will present a barrier for a certain demographic).

    Also, I would’ve included a fifth category in your poll which would’ve been called “do not touch my hair.” I wouldn’t be surprised if some black woman touched another black women’s freshly done braids or hair, which would’ve precipitated pretty much Armageddon.

    Replies: @Buffalo Joe

    Pace, the cruise industry has built massive vessels so that you can share an intimate dining experience with 500 fellow passengers out of 4000 fellow travellers in just one of 20 restaurants. My wife and I were one cruise away from Platinum Level on a first rate cruise line. When you request a table for two so you can celebrate your anniversary and they seat you at a table for eight, you know they don’t care. Fill the staterooms, sell the drinks, charge for a specific dining time in a certain restaurant. Never will we sail again. Hell, years ago they had dress codes for certain restaurants and lounges. Now you can dine in your blazer and slacks seated at a table with a guy in calf length shorts, a wife beater tee shirt and high tops. I know, we were at his table.

    • Replies: @Not Raul
    @Buffalo Joe

    The last (and only) time I was on a cruise, I was on a 15,000 ton ship, and that was considered rather large.

    Now, 150,000 tons is considered rather typical for the newer ships. Some are much larger.

    They don’t even look like ships anymore.

    They have to fill the berths, I guess.

    Hopefully I don’t sound like too much of a snob; but it’s hard to find that much quality week after week.

    , @Charon
    @Buffalo Joe

    The true luxury lines offer a vastly superior (and far more intimate) experience, though the tariff is generally eye-watering.

    , @PaceLaw
    @Buffalo Joe

    Thanks for the response Buffalo Joe. I’ve never been on a cruise, and from the headlines and reports that I’ve received, I don’t think I will ever go on one. From my point of view, a cruise means that you are literally TRAPPED among people who can be very unpleasant, if not downright violent (that’s with reference to a certain demographic). This sounds like a bad premise for zombie movie.

    Replies: @The Germ Theory of Disease

  21. Years ago there was a brawl at the local Galleria Mall. Video online showed a beefalope holding her infant in one arm and throwing punches with her other hand. Video online of cafeteria brawls at colleges. And here in Buffao, the lastest thing is to shut down the cross town expressway so you can party and block traffic. Shit will get serious.

    • Replies: @James Speaks
    @Buffalo Joe

    The search string {video streaming channel} brawl restaurant returns more sociologically interesting results than the string {video streaming channel} brawl airport. FYI

  22. • Replies: @Franz
    @Not Raul

    And also never forget the shame of that self-hating Jew Matt Taibbi talking about Goldman Sachs:

    “...a great vampire squid wrapped around the face of humanity, relentlessly jamming its blood funnel into anything that smells like money.”

    Trauma-inducing for sure. And Matt never regretted writing it.

    , @Ian Smith
    @Not Raul

    I don’t buy it. Vampires are physically strong, seductive, and have an old money vibe about them. I don’t associate any of those things with Jews.

    Replies: @Peterike

    , @J.Ross
    @Not Raul

    Does he have any evidence of Bram Stoker (who was himself Irish) being a vocal anti-Semite? Stoker achieved wealth and celebrity in his lifetime and toured the world before retiring to a castle. His papers are preserved in the usual way.
    Deke here seems to be very unfamiliar with Eastern European myth, which is full of parasitic upper-class monsters who represent not Jews but the ruling class. Or is this Deke trying to tell us something?

  23. The death of George Floyd. Throughout my life, I was always surprised when I was reminded of the great, irrational fear many black people had of many white spaces. Blacks from the South Side of Chicago talking about how they shook with terror whenever they had to ride the bus to Downtown or the North Side. It was preposterous, but they weren’t making it up. Now it has dawned on most blacks that they can go wherever they want, and DO whatever they want. Witness the era of The African-American id Gone Wild. As if I needed another reason to never ever go on a fucking cruise.

    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob
    @JimDandy


    Now it has dawned on most blacks that they can go wherever they want, and DO whatever they want.
     
    True dat, and they don need worry bout no polis, neither.
  24. @Charon
    As we discussed a few days ago, Carnival now has metal detectors. Because as surely as night follows day, dem gunz will try to follow the vibrancy right on board the boat!


    https://www.unz.com/isteve/breaking-news-8/#comment-5420276

    But has anyone considered the fact that metal detectors produce Disparate Impact?

    Cancel Carnival Cruises!

    It's a win-win.

    Replies: @prosa123

    As we discussed a few days ago, Carnival now has metal detectors. Because as surely as night follows day, dem gunz will try to follow the vibrancy right on board the boat!

    Cruise ships have had metal detectors for many years, due to fear of Muslims.
    Reality check:
    Islam is NOT going to Conquer the World. And we’re all NOT going to be stinking up a coffin from Covid.

  25. @Buffalo Joe
    @PaceLaw

    Pace, the cruise industry has built massive vessels so that you can share an intimate dining experience with 500 fellow passengers out of 4000 fellow travellers in just one of 20 restaurants. My wife and I were one cruise away from Platinum Level on a first rate cruise line. When you request a table for two so you can celebrate your anniversary and they seat you at a table for eight, you know they don't care. Fill the staterooms, sell the drinks, charge for a specific dining time in a certain restaurant. Never will we sail again. Hell, years ago they had dress codes for certain restaurants and lounges. Now you can dine in your blazer and slacks seated at a table with a guy in calf length shorts, a wife beater tee shirt and high tops. I know, we were at his table.

    Replies: @Not Raul, @Charon, @PaceLaw

    The last (and only) time I was on a cruise, I was on a 15,000 ton ship, and that was considered rather large.

    Now, 150,000 tons is considered rather typical for the newer ships. Some are much larger.

    They don’t even look like ships anymore.

    They have to fill the berths, I guess.

    Hopefully I don’t sound like too much of a snob; but it’s hard to find that much quality week after week.

  26. When blacks get on a cruise ship,doesn’t sailing on the ocean bring back the memories of the Middle Passage their ancestors endured?
    Given that blacks are,they tell us,in communication with their ancestral spirits and that they carry within them the memory of all of the suffering their ancestors endured,starting,for some reason,only when they left Africa,perhaps being on a ship at sea excites something in them and they feel a need to escape?
    BF #1: I seen you looking at my man!
    BF#2: Who cares bout yo raggedy ass @#\$%#?
    BF 1: Oh its on bitch!! Gaaaaa…
    And so on.

    • LOL: Old and Grumpy
  27. Anonymous[208] • Disclaimer says:

    Simple:

    It’s nothing but the *proximity* of randomly assorted black women occupying the same, contained, space and directly proportional to the time the random assortment is confined together.

  28. @Buffalo Joe
    Years ago there was a brawl at the local Galleria Mall. Video online showed a beefalope holding her infant in one arm and throwing punches with her other hand. Video online of cafeteria brawls at colleges. And here in Buffao, the lastest thing is to shut down the cross town expressway so you can party and block traffic. Shit will get serious.

    Replies: @James Speaks

    The search string {video streaming channel} brawl restaurant returns more sociologically interesting results than the string {video streaming channel} brawl airport. FYI

  29. @Not Raul
    Former Drill Sergeant

    https://twitter.com/Deke_Moulton/status/1542960585582645248?s=20&t=tnM-GjO0KE6ae5p4RyogJg

    Replies: @Franz, @Ian Smith, @J.Ross

    And also never forget the shame of that self-hating Jew Matt Taibbi talking about Goldman Sachs:

    “…a great vampire squid wrapped around the face of humanity, relentlessly jamming its blood funnel into anything that smells like money.”

    Trauma-inducing for sure. And Matt never regretted writing it.

  30. At least the brawlers are in their summer whites.

  31. @HammerJack
    Independence Day appreciation of Thomas Jefferson in the WSJ. I believe the article is free to read. And considering its location it's remarkably free of cant. Mind, Prof. Rakove is careful to steer carefully through the topic, but still offers some pointed observations.


    https://www.wsj.com/articles/what-remains-of-thomas-jefferson-11656687364

    A brief excerpt below the tag...

    "...Jefferson’s statement of universal human equality was still part of the text and a premise for its argument. It was there for every reader to freely contemplate and apply to any unjust relation, whether of legal status or race or gender or any other perceived source of inequality or discrimination. Those egalitarian readings began immediately and have never ceased.


    Even if Jefferson and his congressional colleagues had more explicit political purposes in mind, they, too, sensed that the appeal to equality had other meanings. The best evidence for this lies in the most significant deletion that Congress made in the draft of the Declaration submitted by Jefferson and his committee. This involved the last, lengthiest and most impassioned of the 17 “repeated injuries and usurpations” comprising Jefferson’s original indictment of George III. The final charge placed nearly the entire blame for the existence of plantation slavery on the British monarchy, while further accusing George III of seeking to foment a murderous slave rebellion against the free white population.

    Jefferson opened this remarkable passage by asserting that the king “has waged war against human nature itself, violating its most sacred rights of life & liberty” by “captivating & carrying” Africans “into slavery in another hemisphere” or exposing them to “miserable death” in the horrific voyages we now call the Middle Passage. When some of the American colonies had tried to limit the slave trade, the king had “prostituted his negative”—his power to veto colonial legislation—to preserve this “execrable commerce.” And now, to compound this “assemblage of horrors,” his subordinates in America were inviting the enslaved to rise up against their masters, “murdering the people upon whom he also obtruded them,” gaining their liberty by destroying the lives of their owners.

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/what-remains-of-thomas-jefferson-11656687364

    Replies: @Paul Jolliffe

    Thanks for the excerpt!

  32. @AnotherDad
    @Stan Adams


    I was triggered by the lack of a “White people are evil” option.
     
    Pretty much.

    Steve wants to have some fun, so he doesn't offer the overall uptick cause: "the old rules no longer apply".

    Replies: @Technite78

    “the old rules no longer apply”

    Yes, this is the correct answer, although I’d modify it a bit:

    The old rules no longer apply to vibrant communities.

    They still apply to blue collar and white collar Whites.

    The new rules are even worse.

  33. @Not Raul
    Former Drill Sergeant

    https://twitter.com/Deke_Moulton/status/1542960585582645248?s=20&t=tnM-GjO0KE6ae5p4RyogJg

    Replies: @Franz, @Ian Smith, @J.Ross

    I don’t buy it. Vampires are physically strong, seductive, and have an old money vibe about them. I don’t associate any of those things with Jews.

    • Agree: Old and Grumpy
    • Replies: @Peterike
    @Ian Smith

    “ Vampires are physically strong, seductive, and have an old money vibe about them. I don’t associate any of those things with Jews.”

    Ummmw, you forgot the blood sucking part?

    Anyway, blacks are in such insanely high demand for everything from catalog models (try to find a single clothing website not dominated by black bodies) to corporate diversity do nothings, that I expect black incomes are up considerably among the not quite ghetto class. But saving money is beyond them, so let’s go on a cruise!

    Replies: @Ian Smith

  34. Our elites weaponized the losers among our young people to attempt to derail the election and administration of Donald Trump and to disrupt right-wing alternatives to the globohomo narrative. At some point they realized blacks made a better weapon because criticism could be defamed as racism. Our elites weaponized black people. Do our elites have a plan for calming blacks down?

    • Replies: @Hangnail Hans
    @J.Ross


    Our elites weaponized black people. Do our elites have a plan for calming blacks down?
     
    They've been doing that for many decades, and no. They rely on security staff, doormen, gated communities, moats, dual citizenship, etc.
    , @Unladen Swallow
    @J.Ross

    There is no plan, never was one, also because they can't notice certain things about the world, they are often shocked and surprised by how things turn out.

    Replies: @AndrewR

  35. @Not Raul
    Former Drill Sergeant

    https://twitter.com/Deke_Moulton/status/1542960585582645248?s=20&t=tnM-GjO0KE6ae5p4RyogJg

    Replies: @Franz, @Ian Smith, @J.Ross

    Does he have any evidence of Bram Stoker (who was himself Irish) being a vocal anti-Semite? Stoker achieved wealth and celebrity in his lifetime and toured the world before retiring to a castle. His papers are preserved in the usual way.
    Deke here seems to be very unfamiliar with Eastern European myth, which is full of parasitic upper-class monsters who represent not Jews but the ruling class. Or is this Deke trying to tell us something?

    • Agree: Not Raul
  36. @Mike Tre
    @AnotherDad

    I have discovered that many of the public pools are safe havens from negro vibrancy. And it makes sense.

    Even the really dumb ones know laying out serves no purpose, and ashin' ain't no joke, yo.

    And as we discuss often, blacks can't swim.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    I have discovered that many of the public pools are safe havens from negro vibrancy. And it makes sense.

    That’s good for you, but it’s unfortunately not our experience, Mike. We live very close to an Olympic sized pool with a good deal – pay a few bucks for the day – but it’s too black to be any fun at all. That sucks!

    • Replies: @Mike Tre
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Interesting. Here in the outskirts of the south and west Chicago burbs there are plenty of negroes - and they do overwhelm the water parks in the area. But the small township public pools? Almost none to be seen. It's great.

  37. Good advertisement for the cruise lines.

  38. @Stan Adams
    I was triggered by the lack of a “White people are evil” option.

    Replies: @AnotherDad, @TelfoedJohn

    Eternal Lib option: The legacy of slavery

  39. This reminds me of a big girl fight that took place in London several years ago. There’s a picture of weaves on the street that went viral.

    Try not to laugh when you learn that the fight was on Hoe Street.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3262459/Police-shut-street-fight-outside-station-turns-riot.html

  40. jill says:

    New 2021 Chicago data shows 400,000 high-priority incidents where dispatchers had no police available to send – 30 Jun 2022

    https://wirepoints.org/new-2021-chicago-data-shows-400000-high-priority-incidents-where-dispatchers-had-no-police-available-to-send-wirepoints/

    As crime continues to roil economic and social life in post-George Floyd, post-Covid Chicago, getting policing and criminal justice right are crucial. City officials are failing at that task.

    We’re already seen anemic rates of arrest and prosecutions in Chicago, accompanied by finger-pointing between politicians over crime and the court system. And years of no support from city leadership, anti-policing legislation and the damaging rhetoric of the “defund” movement have taken a toll on Chicago police morale and manpower.

    All that has spread the police force so thin that, in 2021, one of law enforcement’s most basic functions, responding to high-priority emergency service calls in a timely manner, was regularly beyond their capacity.

    New data uncovered by Wirepoints through public records requests to the Chicago Police Department (CPD) reveal that in 2021 there were 406,829 incidents of high-priority emergency service calls for which there were no police available to respond.

  41. Saw a textbook case of Intersectional Olympics on my Godawful Sunday paper’s front page — Gays fear abortion ruling threatens their rights. Flamboyant protests are too important to leave to mere hetero women!

    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob
    @Known Fact


    Gays fear abortion ruling threatens their rights.
     
    They are right to be fearful, because the legalization of gay marriage by SCOTUS was based on the same "right to privacy" BS that started with Griswold in Connecticut in 1962, IIRC, and led to the legalization of abortion in the 70s.

    I very much doubt SCOTUS will undo gay marriage. Nobody really cares anymore if poofters get hitched.

  42. @Ian Smith
    @Not Raul

    I don’t buy it. Vampires are physically strong, seductive, and have an old money vibe about them. I don’t associate any of those things with Jews.

    Replies: @Peterike

    “ Vampires are physically strong, seductive, and have an old money vibe about them. I don’t associate any of those things with Jews.”

    Ummmw, you forgot the blood sucking part?

    Anyway, blacks are in such insanely high demand for everything from catalog models (try to find a single clothing website not dominated by black bodies) to corporate diversity do nothings, that I expect black incomes are up considerably among the not quite ghetto class. But saving money is beyond them, so let’s go on a cruise!

    • Thanks: Charon
    • Replies: @Ian Smith
    @Peterike

    Yes, I get the blood sucking/parasite thing, but the other aspects don’t gel for me. Nosferatu could be seen as a very extreme example of Jewish traits (nose, ears, suicidal Shiksa lust.) But when I think of Count Dracula or Lestat or Bowie and Deneuve in the Hunger, I think of elegant aristocrats with style and physical prowess. By contrast, Jews in the pre-WW2 mind of Europe are hunched, nebbishy, physically unappealing, and gauche. Also, vampires generally have an old world continental glamor about them, while Jews are either grubby shtetl dwellers or flashy new money.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer

  43. Corn says:

    My sister has sailed on multiple Carnival cruises, she really enjoys it. She’s never mentioned crap of this sort occurring on her cruises but I’m surprised it doesn’t happen more often. You’re in a contained environment in the middle of the ocean and encouraged to drink all day and night.

  44. @JimDandy
    The death of George Floyd. Throughout my life, I was always surprised when I was reminded of the great, irrational fear many black people had of many white spaces. Blacks from the South Side of Chicago talking about how they shook with terror whenever they had to ride the bus to Downtown or the North Side. It was preposterous, but they weren't making it up. Now it has dawned on most blacks that they can go wherever they want, and DO whatever they want. Witness the era of The African-American id Gone Wild. As if I needed another reason to never ever go on a fucking cruise.

    Replies: @Jim Don Bob

    Now it has dawned on most blacks that they can go wherever they want, and DO whatever they want.

    True dat, and they don need worry bout no polis, neither.

  45. @Known Fact
    Saw a textbook case of Intersectional Olympics on my Godawful Sunday paper's front page -- Gays fear abortion ruling threatens their rights. Flamboyant protests are too important to leave to mere hetero women!

    Replies: @Jim Don Bob

    Gays fear abortion ruling threatens their rights.

    They are right to be fearful, because the legalization of gay marriage by SCOTUS was based on the same “right to privacy” BS that started with Griswold in Connecticut in 1962, IIRC, and led to the legalization of abortion in the 70s.

    I very much doubt SCOTUS will undo gay marriage. Nobody really cares anymore if poofters get hitched.

  46. @Buffalo Joe
    @PaceLaw

    Pace, the cruise industry has built massive vessels so that you can share an intimate dining experience with 500 fellow passengers out of 4000 fellow travellers in just one of 20 restaurants. My wife and I were one cruise away from Platinum Level on a first rate cruise line. When you request a table for two so you can celebrate your anniversary and they seat you at a table for eight, you know they don't care. Fill the staterooms, sell the drinks, charge for a specific dining time in a certain restaurant. Never will we sail again. Hell, years ago they had dress codes for certain restaurants and lounges. Now you can dine in your blazer and slacks seated at a table with a guy in calf length shorts, a wife beater tee shirt and high tops. I know, we were at his table.

    Replies: @Not Raul, @Charon, @PaceLaw

    The true luxury lines offer a vastly superior (and far more intimate) experience, though the tariff is generally eye-watering.

  47. Dominican high school principal in NYC has devoted her career to flushing out white teachers and replacing them with “diverse” (mostly latino) …finally gets called out.

    https://mol.im/a/10977709

  48. anybody who grew up around africans knows this is nothing new. they brawl all the time. it’s one of the main ways they work out their arguments. in the US i’d guess that they’ve been brawling among themselves for over 100 years, since they moved off the agricultural lands into towns and cities. what’s new is cell phones with cameras, so now you see it on the internet whenever they are brawling.

    in that sense, we’re in the WorldStarVideo era, which is similar to what’s happening in astronomy, where greatly improved engineering has enabled detection of things we’ve never seen before. so now we’re aware of gravity waves, which have obviously always existed. and more specifically, the dispute over Oumuamua, where it’s MUCH more likely that this is just the first object of it’s kind that we’ve observed with our better equipment, and that there’s lots of these objects out there, versus the MUCH less likely case that it’s an alien solar sail.

    what changed about airports and stuff though? out of control liberalism has forced a general population of africans to be allowed admission to public spaces and institutions where they previously were not very welcomed and only appeared in limited numbers. the Academy Awards debacle being the pinnacle of this stupid movement, where extreme liberalism has converted all venues into potential sites for african brawls.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @prime noticer

    I'd combine a few of these concepts, P.N. What's pretty new is that, yeah, they are not in their own spaces anymore whether forced to or not (1960 or 2000), some of this went on before and was not captured by the now-ubiquitous cameras, and prices for airline and cruise ship travel have decreased in real-$ prices over the years, especially the latter.

    Only pretty well-off people went on cruises regularly in the past, as in, not just once or twice in their lives. I hear from people that their hobby is cruising. That hobby is really unlimited eating, haha. (We went once, and man, that food bar was 100 ft long if it was a foot.)

    What's very new is that there was a bunch of CARES act and unemployment money spread around, and the effect of the Saint Floyd BS that Steve has documented so well has brought their self-esteem to a new high! Nobody better tell them hadda ack.

  49. @J.Ross
    Our elites weaponized the losers among our young people to attempt to derail the election and administration of Donald Trump and to disrupt right-wing alternatives to the globohomo narrative. At some point they realized blacks made a better weapon because criticism could be defamed as racism. Our elites weaponized black people. Do our elites have a plan for calming blacks down?

    Replies: @Hangnail Hans, @Unladen Swallow

    Our elites weaponized black people. Do our elites have a plan for calming blacks down?

    They’ve been doing that for many decades, and no. They rely on security staff, doormen, gated communities, moats, dual citizenship, etc.

  50. @Achmed E. Newman
    @Mike Tre


    I have discovered that many of the public pools are safe havens from negro vibrancy. And it makes sense.
     
    That's good for you, but it's unfortunately not our experience, Mike. We live very close to an Olympic sized pool with a good deal - pay a few bucks for the day - but it's too black to be any fun at all. That sucks!

    Replies: @Mike Tre

    Interesting. Here in the outskirts of the south and west Chicago burbs there are plenty of negroes – and they do overwhelm the water parks in the area. But the small township public pools? Almost none to be seen. It’s great.

    • Thanks: Achmed E. Newman
  51. @Buffalo Joe
    @PaceLaw

    Pace, the cruise industry has built massive vessels so that you can share an intimate dining experience with 500 fellow passengers out of 4000 fellow travellers in just one of 20 restaurants. My wife and I were one cruise away from Platinum Level on a first rate cruise line. When you request a table for two so you can celebrate your anniversary and they seat you at a table for eight, you know they don't care. Fill the staterooms, sell the drinks, charge for a specific dining time in a certain restaurant. Never will we sail again. Hell, years ago they had dress codes for certain restaurants and lounges. Now you can dine in your blazer and slacks seated at a table with a guy in calf length shorts, a wife beater tee shirt and high tops. I know, we were at his table.

    Replies: @Not Raul, @Charon, @PaceLaw

    Thanks for the response Buffalo Joe. I’ve never been on a cruise, and from the headlines and reports that I’ve received, I don’t think I will ever go on one. From my point of view, a cruise means that you are literally TRAPPED among people who can be very unpleasant, if not downright violent (that’s with reference to a certain demographic). This sounds like a bad premise for zombie movie.

    • Replies: @The Germ Theory of Disease
    @PaceLaw

    Check out DF Wallace's hilarious masterpiece essay, "A Supposedly Fun Thing I'll Never Do Again."

  52. @Peterike
    @Ian Smith

    “ Vampires are physically strong, seductive, and have an old money vibe about them. I don’t associate any of those things with Jews.”

    Ummmw, you forgot the blood sucking part?

    Anyway, blacks are in such insanely high demand for everything from catalog models (try to find a single clothing website not dominated by black bodies) to corporate diversity do nothings, that I expect black incomes are up considerably among the not quite ghetto class. But saving money is beyond them, so let’s go on a cruise!

    Replies: @Ian Smith

    Yes, I get the blood sucking/parasite thing, but the other aspects don’t gel for me. Nosferatu could be seen as a very extreme example of Jewish traits (nose, ears, suicidal Shiksa lust.) But when I think of Count Dracula or Lestat or Bowie and Deneuve in the Hunger, I think of elegant aristocrats with style and physical prowess. By contrast, Jews in the pre-WW2 mind of Europe are hunched, nebbishy, physically unappealing, and gauche. Also, vampires generally have an old world continental glamor about them, while Jews are either grubby shtetl dwellers or flashy new money.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @Ian Smith

    Vampires are old money aristocrats. It's like George Hamilton's vampire comedy "Love at First Bite" where NYC in 1980 is too crass for the high class Dracula.

    Replies: @Buzz Mohawk

  53. @prime noticer
    anybody who grew up around africans knows this is nothing new. they brawl all the time. it's one of the main ways they work out their arguments. in the US i'd guess that they've been brawling among themselves for over 100 years, since they moved off the agricultural lands into towns and cities. what's new is cell phones with cameras, so now you see it on the internet whenever they are brawling.

    in that sense, we're in the WorldStarVideo era, which is similar to what's happening in astronomy, where greatly improved engineering has enabled detection of things we've never seen before. so now we're aware of gravity waves, which have obviously always existed. and more specifically, the dispute over Oumuamua, where it's MUCH more likely that this is just the first object of it's kind that we've observed with our better equipment, and that there's lots of these objects out there, versus the MUCH less likely case that it's an alien solar sail.

    what changed about airports and stuff though? out of control liberalism has forced a general population of africans to be allowed admission to public spaces and institutions where they previously were not very welcomed and only appeared in limited numbers. the Academy Awards debacle being the pinnacle of this stupid movement, where extreme liberalism has converted all venues into potential sites for african brawls.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    I’d combine a few of these concepts, P.N. What’s pretty new is that, yeah, they are not in their own spaces anymore whether forced to or not (1960 or 2000), some of this went on before and was not captured by the now-ubiquitous cameras, and prices for airline and cruise ship travel have decreased in real-\$ prices over the years, especially the latter.

    Only pretty well-off people went on cruises regularly in the past, as in, not just once or twice in their lives. I hear from people that their hobby is cruising. That hobby is really unlimited eating, haha. (We went once, and man, that food bar was 100 ft long if it was a foot.)

    What’s very new is that there was a bunch of CARES act and unemployment money spread around, and the effect of the Saint Floyd BS that Steve has documented so well has brought their self-esteem to a new high! Nobody better tell them hadda ack.

  54. @Ian Smith
    @Peterike

    Yes, I get the blood sucking/parasite thing, but the other aspects don’t gel for me. Nosferatu could be seen as a very extreme example of Jewish traits (nose, ears, suicidal Shiksa lust.) But when I think of Count Dracula or Lestat or Bowie and Deneuve in the Hunger, I think of elegant aristocrats with style and physical prowess. By contrast, Jews in the pre-WW2 mind of Europe are hunched, nebbishy, physically unappealing, and gauche. Also, vampires generally have an old world continental glamor about them, while Jews are either grubby shtetl dwellers or flashy new money.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer

    Vampires are old money aristocrats. It’s like George Hamilton’s vampire comedy “Love at First Bite” where NYC in 1980 is too crass for the high class Dracula.

    • Replies: @Buzz Mohawk
    @Steve Sailer

    Vlad the Impaler, he of the real Transylvania, is something of a hero in Romania.


    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/5/58/Vlad_tepes_painting.jpg

  55. @J.Ross
    Our elites weaponized the losers among our young people to attempt to derail the election and administration of Donald Trump and to disrupt right-wing alternatives to the globohomo narrative. At some point they realized blacks made a better weapon because criticism could be defamed as racism. Our elites weaponized black people. Do our elites have a plan for calming blacks down?

    Replies: @Hangnail Hans, @Unladen Swallow

    There is no plan, never was one, also because they can’t notice certain things about the world, they are often shocked and surprised by how things turn out.

    • Replies: @AndrewR
    @Unladen Swallow

    I don't think the truly elite ones are deluded. I think they're just evil enough that they promote harmful ideologies (like racial equality and feminism) that allow them to hold power.

    The Outer Party members (most people in the media and corporations, and pretty much everyone in academia) are almost all true believers, because its in their class interests.

  56. @PaceLaw
    @Buffalo Joe

    Thanks for the response Buffalo Joe. I’ve never been on a cruise, and from the headlines and reports that I’ve received, I don’t think I will ever go on one. From my point of view, a cruise means that you are literally TRAPPED among people who can be very unpleasant, if not downright violent (that’s with reference to a certain demographic). This sounds like a bad premise for zombie movie.

    Replies: @The Germ Theory of Disease

    Check out DF Wallace’s hilarious masterpiece essay, “A Supposedly Fun Thing I’ll Never Do Again.”

    • Thanks: PaceLaw
  57. @Steve Sailer
    @Ian Smith

    Vampires are old money aristocrats. It's like George Hamilton's vampire comedy "Love at First Bite" where NYC in 1980 is too crass for the high class Dracula.

    Replies: @Buzz Mohawk

    Vlad the Impaler, he of the real Transylvania, is something of a hero in Romania.

  58. @Unladen Swallow
    @J.Ross

    There is no plan, never was one, also because they can't notice certain things about the world, they are often shocked and surprised by how things turn out.

    Replies: @AndrewR

    I don’t think the truly elite ones are deluded. I think they’re just evil enough that they promote harmful ideologies (like racial equality and feminism) that allow them to hold power.

    The Outer Party members (most people in the media and corporations, and pretty much everyone in academia) are almost all true believers, because its in their class interests.

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