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Uh, the question of who gets killed by the police has been studied intensively. According to the Washington Post, since 2015, blacks have made up 26% of those who have died at the hands of the police and nonblacks 74%.

In contrast, according to a 2011 Obama Administration report, blacks made up 52.5 percent of all homicide offenders between 1980-2008, with nonblacks as only 47.5 percent.

It seems reasonable that police killings would be proportional homicidality, since the best justification for a police killing is a reasonable fear of being murdered.

But instead, nonblacks are being killed by police in disproportionate numbers to their minority share of being homicide offenders.

In summary, nonblacks are being killed by cops at 3 times the rate of blacks relative to their homicide propensities.


And why has virtually nobody discussed this question?

Here’s the math:

Blacks are 26.4% of those killed by cops but 52.5% of killers.

Nonblacks are 73.6% of those killed by cops but only 47.5% of killers.

(73.6% / 47.5%) / (26.4% / 52.5%) = Nonblacks are 3.1 times more likely to be killed by cops relative to their homicide rates than are blacks relative to their homicide rates.

By the way, here is (part of) a graph of people killed by the police from the Washington Post:

Why are whites being killed 13/4ths as often as Non-Hispanic Others (Asians, Pacific Islanders, and American Indians, presumably)?

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  1. syonredux says:

    Speaking of Blacks, Black American women are really, really fat…..56.9 % are obese……

  2. Cato says:

    In other news, President Trump announced that “The sun will probably rise tomorrow”, without giving any evidence of the claim.

    • Agree: JimDandy
    • Replies: @Ron Mexico
  3. anon[958] • Disclaimer says:

    If only there was some way for blacks to avoid having to deal with the police so frequently.

    • Replies: @James O'Meara
  4. Johnny789 says:

    President Trump stated that more White than Black people surf at SoCal Beaches, without giving any evidence of the claim.

  5. Nice to see Trump explaining the facts. I’d bet a majority of people don’t know these statistics.

    I’d like to think that the average voter can still be convinced by data and logic that illegal acts by cops (against anyone) are extremely rare and do not represent a pattern of systematic racism. That doesn’t excuse them, but it means we require reform by police departments, not societal revolution.

    Trump won in 2016 by his willingness to state facts counter to the Narrative and force the MSM to sputter, “Yes, but…” over and over. He can do the same in 2020.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  6. JohnnyD says:

    True, but to paraphrase Stalin, “One Black body destroyed is a tragedy; thousands of non-black deaths are just a statistic.”

    • LOL: Kronos
  7. Tetra says:

    Fear of being murdered has taken on a lower level of importance to the fear of being called a racist.

  8. Anonymous[190] • Disclaimer says:

    Why does Cleon Peterson get Rothschild commissions? Why is there no published English translation of all works of Solzhenitsyn? And other questions…

    • Replies: @J.Ross
  9. If you haven’t seen it yet, NYPD Use of Force policy no longer permits placing a knee on a suspect’s shoulder to gain control of a violent criminal. They don’t allow any pressure on the back, chest, shoulder, and if an officer does so – even if accidental – they will be charged with a crime and policy violation. There is a video of it on Youtube.

    The result? More officers will refuse to engage with dangerous suspects. Also, officers will be forced to use impact weapons such as their baton because they fear of accidentally controlling a suspect in the ‘wrong way.’ This means more people will have serious injuries and, thereby, a whole lot more lawsuits against officers and their departments.

    This is how crazy our times have become.
    Liberals are so disingenuous and such obvious hypocrites!

  10. Peterike says:

    At this point, what difference does it make?

  11. JMcG says:
    @Tommy Sotomayor

    And yet, they keep winning.

    • Agree: Joseph Doaks
    • Replies: @Anonymous
  12. I don’t know, Steve. Let Gravis run a poll. That will surely reveal the truth.

  13. Anonymous[186] • Disclaimer says:

    Meanwhile, hypotheses from noted social scientists get bolder, and bolder…

  14. newrouter says:

    Black Lies Matter!

  15. @syonredux

    Why doesn’t Bloomberg show an obese black lady to make their point? That guy there is not obese, IMO – he just has a big gut. The rest of him is not fat at all.

    Secondly, I really only see the last factor out of 4 being a “force” that causes obesity. Sure, prevalence of food desserts is a biggy. There is the great red velvet muffin with cheesecake chunks inside that I get once in a while. It’s gotta have 800 calories. Do you need a big income to buy some bananas, carrots, and oat bran? How much education do you need to be able to read the scale? (It’s usually the big gut that prevents one’s reading the scale.) Then, pollution? Huh? I didn’t know smog had so many calories.

    Who writes this crap?

    • Replies: @Giancarlo M. Kumquat
  16. And why has virtually nobody discussed this question?

    Because it wouldn’t cause riots. Certain people want to riot, and certain other people want there to be riots.

    • Agree: bruce county
  17. Barnard says:

    I am curious how the U.S. white percentage would compare to the European natons on the list. Too bad Bloomberg didn’t bother to break that out in their graph.

    • Replies: @Jane Plain
  18. Is this the first time Trump has explicitly stood up for whites?

    • Replies: @Joseph Doaks
  19. Kronos says:
    @Tommy Sotomayor

    I’m guessing a new wave of support for police privatization is going to commence soon.

    Those with extensive IDF training and ethnically Jewish will be in high demand. That way, they can really drop their foot in your ass without any worry of racial blowback. Israeli police are considered the meanest mofos in terms of law enforcement behind the French police.

    • Replies: @Jack D
  20. @anon

    Well, you could get rid of the police. Problem solved!

  21. @Cato

    That is Babylon Bee level right there!

  22. Jeff Sessions has been defeated.

  23. Whiskey says: • Website

    Like I said. No nation ever in history voted for less black. More black always wins.

  24. President Obama stated that if he had a son, the son would look like Trayvon Martin, without providing any evidence for the claim.

  25. Jack D says:

    Why does the mean Israeli policeman make the Arab drop his drawers? Could it be because Muslims have a habit of concealing bombs in their underwear? If police are “mean” consider who it is that they have to deal with. Having to deal with Arabs (Israeli police), more Arabs and Africans (French police) and African Americans (American police) would make anyone mean. They aren’t actually being mean – they just want to go home to their families and they are all to familiar with the stunts that their little charges love to play. Are the chimp handlers at the zoo “mean” or just prudently cautious?

    • Replies: @Kronos
    , @Hippopotamusdrome
  26. Anon[341] • Disclaimer says:
    @Tommy Sotomayor

    There’s always taser the crap out of them.

  27. res says:

    And why has virtually nobody discussed this question?

    I think the experiences of two people who have discussed this question might help answer your question.

    Roland Fryer

    Joseph Cesario

    I am amazed by how toxic this issue seems to have become. Why are TPTB so intent on pushing this particular narrative?

    • Replies: @a Newsreader
  28. J.Ross says:

    I don’t remember these lying scum cattily inserting an instant[, and effortless, and wrong] fact-check when reporting anything by Obama (or previous war criminals, for that matter). If they want to lay into him in an op-ed segment, that’s fine. If they want to skin him in a straight piece, that’s okay if there’s balance. Turning a pure quote tweet into a hit piece is Soviet journalism.

  29. Jack D says:

    without giving any evidence of the claim

    This is first rate demagoguery. You are meant to assume that the claim is false (even though Trump was actually speaking the truth). But strictly speaking, what they wrote was true – he did NOT give any evidence. And they never come out and actually say that Trump is lying. But probably 90% of readers who are not already informed as to the truth come away thinking that Trump’s statement was false.

  30. J.Ross says:

    There are English translations of that one book but they were done samizdat style.

  31. J.Ross says:
    @Jack D

    It’s the same thing as when NPR describes Michael Flynn as “a man who pled guilty” and stops there.

  32. @Tommy Sotomayor

    The result? More officers will refuse to engage with dangerous suspects.

    We’ve seen this one before Tommy. De-policing will return NYC to 1970’s levels of crime whereupon the Jews (and blacks) will either again demand a Law & Order administration -or- they’ll follow the Detriot path and let the destruction fester a few decades before the pleas for more policing are heard.

    We’ve run out of original ideas for ways white people can “improve” the lives of negroes through government intervention. Now we’re just recycling the old stuff.

    • Replies: @Joe Stalin
  33. And yet “White Nationalists” are all saying white guys need to stay home or even vote for Biden rather than vote for Trump.

    Suspicious to say the least!

  34. newrouter says:

    Black Lies Matter:

    >Black lie

    Black lies are about simple and callous selfishness. We tell black lies when others gain nothing and the sole purpose is either to get ourselves out of trouble (reducing harm against ourselves) or to gain something we desire (increasing benefits for ourselves).

    The worst black lies are very harmful for others. Perhaps the very worst gain us a little yet harm others a great deal.
    Red lie

    Red lies are about spite and revenge. They are driven by the motive to harm others even at the expense of harming oneself. They may even be carved in blood.

    When we are angry at others, perhaps because of a long feud or where we feel they have wronged us in some way, we feel a sense of betrayal and so seek retributive justice, which we may dispense without thought of consequence.<

  35. Trinity says:

    IF we lived in a HEALTHY SOCIETY, the American President could tell the WILLFULLY IGNORANT AND PAID OFF SHILL OF A DIMWIT REPORTER, that the reason why more Blacks PER CAPITA are killed by law enforcement is simply that Blacks commit more crimes and they don’t comply with officer’s instructions. Then the President could show NUMEROUS video clips of African Americans resisting arrest, punching cops, fleeing arrest, etc.

    Seriously, any child regardless of race knows the answer to that reporters question including the reporter. WHY do Americans and the rest of TRADITIONALLY WHITE NATIONS keep putting up with this retarded shit???

    Isn’t America about tired of negro fatigue and Black privilege? Equal rights for all and special privileges for no one and that includes nonwhites and yes, the Chosenites as well.

    • Agree: anonymous1963
  36. Anonymous[186] • Disclaimer says:

    Cool feature of social media, you can watch the bodies piling up in real time!

    Mayor DeBlasio has created a new social service unit to mitigate the problem:

    • Replies: @Change that Matters
  37. anon[627] • Disclaimer says:
    @Tommy Sotomayor

    Grappling and fighting are by nature chaotic. There is no way you can “police with your hands” as Jesse Jackson likes to say without attacking or bumping into the neck, head and shoulders of your opponent.
    And truthfully if you have to fight a violent opponent with your bare hands their head should be your prime target (if you want to win).
    To subdue violent criminals requires some ugly violence that white America just can’t stomach.

    • Replies: @Joseph Doaks
  38. anon[370] • Disclaimer says:

    The U.S. is doomed. Curse that imbecile Donald Trump and his voters. That state just voted in a moronic football coach who would vote amnesty and increased immigration. That after voting in Dough Jones.

    • Replies: @Ron Mexico
  39. Polynikes says:

    It’s kind of sad because he is an immigration restrictionist. But he was not qualified to be AG and failed miserably at it. I wish him and Trump couldve made up and Sessions returned as a hard R in the Senate but Trump isn’t one to forgive and forget. It’s Sessions own fault for wanting he job he sucked at instead of staying where he was (and arguably U.S. Senator is more prestigious than AG) pushing to be a leader there.

    • Agree: Harry Baldwin, Michael S
    • Replies: @Clifford Brown
  40. @JohnnyWalker123

    Damn! This was due to Trump’s little revenge-filled temper tantrum.

    Oh, guess, what? He backtracked on the foreign student visa deal (for ICE to cancel their visas if their univ. will be holding classes remotely). Did I not predict this a few days back? How’d I know? You may think I’m the next Nostradumbass, but it was very easy, because the turd backtracks on EVERYTHING! He’s only good for tweeting and running his mouth.

    • Replies: @GW
  41. @syonredux

    Black women in the U.S. rank just below the most obese country in the world — 🇳🇷Nauru

    Nauruans have an excuse. Ever heard of Command Ridge? It was a Japanese lookout in WWII, at 213 ft, the highest point in the country, and over 100 ft shorter than Florida’s Britton Hill.

    In other words, should the globe continue to warm, Nauruans will have to float.

    Tuvalu (15 ft) and the Maldives (8 ft*) are in even worse positions.

    * This doesn’t include Hole #8 on Villingili Resort’s golf course. It’s elevation of 16 ft is wholly artificial.

  42. President a Trump said that whites in general have lighter complexions than blacks, without giving any evidence to support his claim.

  43. Anonymous[146] • Disclaimer says:
    @NJ Transit Commuter

    Nice to see Trump explaining the facts. I’d bet a majority of people don’t know these statistics.

    You’re going to need someone more persuasive and credible than Donald Trump to deliver the news if you want anyone to believe it.

    Of course, one problem with that is that no one with widespread credibility in our society wants to ruin it by telling the truth.

    • Agree: Dissident
  44. Anonymous[339] • Disclaimer says:

    And the urban areas they run keep deteriorating and the populations they rule get poorer and poorer. Now the Liberals are unable to find the money they need to keep their bought dominance of the urban areas, and they are losing control of these areas.
    Liberals are on their way out. If the rural dwellers don’t displace them, the inhabitants of their own urban areas will.

  45. @ADL Pyramid of Hate

    Before or after smoking the blunt?

  46. Kronos says:
    @Jack D

    I wasn’t using “mean” in the “that Jack D is sooo mean” sense but in the “Israeli police are the meanest badass mofos” kind of phrase. Israeli police can go full Dirty Harry on someone and the Israeli court and laws backs them up. US Liberals (especially Jewish ones) don’t dare criticize Israeli police for brutality.

  47. @syonredux

    Listed as one of the causes of obesity is “prevalence of food deserts.”

    Don’t they mean “prevalence of food, desserts”?

  48. @Stan d Mute

    “De-policing will return NYC to 1970’s levels of crime whereupon the Jews (and blacks) will either again demand a Law & Order administration -or- they’ll follow the Detriot path and let the destruction fester a few decades before the pleas for more policing are heard. ”

    Maybe the stupid residents could demand an end to ALL the gun control laws foisted on them by the Cosmopolitans (Bloomberg, etc.) and get Constitutional Carry and Assault Rifles?

    If guns are good enough to protect the Gun Controller, why aren’t they good enough for the Little People?

    Surely, even the dense NYC voter can see that a clear discriminatory Ruling Class of CCW carriers is aimed against them such that they are ALWAYS on the loosing side of criminal activity.

  49. @Anonymous

    He sounds like a mildly-retarded person speaking English as a second language.

    • Agree: bruce county
  50. @ADL Pyramid of Hate

    To be fair, his wife does. Perhaps he just misspoke.

  51. @syonredux

    Speaking of Blacks it sure seems like white girls love Black Men

  52. @Anonymous

    • Replies: @Harry Baldwin
    , @S. Anonyia
  53. R.C. says:

    Why are whites being killed 13/4ths as often as Non-Hispanic Others?
    Because the cops know (and this long predates the whole BLM BM BS, predates the Wendy’s shootng of a scumbag who pointed and shot a deadly weapon at the cop he stole it from and somehow expected to not get shot, etc.) {THIS IS MORE INANE!]
    Cops know tthat if they shoot a black, they are WAY more likely to suffer and or get prosecuted for only doing their jobs and doing nothing wrong! (Ask the Wendy’s cop facing EXECUTION!)
    I believe this recent event in Detroit proves the point. Contrast the idiot Nword neighbors and mob’s claims vs. what the videos show.
    And still, the MSM-stoked mob got hysterical. Check it out!
    Anyone surprised? No.
    I do miss my America.

  54. The cops need to fear their opposites’ propensity to kill cops.

    If racial/ethnic group A tends to murder other A’s, then A-cops need to be extra cautious around A suspects, but non-A cops need not have the same, personal concern.

  55. J. Farmer says:

    Back in 2015/2016, I was resigned to the idea that the US was heading towards the trash bin. When Trump came barreling in, I thought it might be fun to throw him the keys and let him take the country for a spin for a while. Maybe Miller and Bannon could be tag-team Svengalis. Instead we got Jared. And while I knew Trump was a buffoon, I didn’t expect him to be quite this incompetent. My guess is Trump will lose this fall, and it’s been stated outright that immigration will be the first issue to address. Trump was a fun vacation from reality. Now I’d rather he just shut up.

    • Troll: jon
  56. @Anonymous

    This should be taught k through 12 in all public schools, any white kid blessed enough to go a majority black school learned long ago the link between increased melanin and increased compassion and empathy!

  57. @Jack D

    Anyone can look this stuff up. Except news reporters apparently. The fact that they didn’t look it up means they knew he was right. If he had said 100 times as many whites as blacks are killed, you can bet the media correction would be out there within seconds. So rather than admit he was right, they take a petulant shit on the computer screen so no one can enjoy Trump’s Hate Facts.

  58. BenKenobi says:
    @Jack D

    But strictly speaking, what they wrote was true – he did NOT give any evidence

    NOTICE that this is Corf*ggot‘s general modus operandi of nit-picking posts.

  59. Voltarde says:

    If it wasn’t for Sessions a Bush/GOPe Gang-of-Eight amnesty would have passed Congress ca. 2007, and Trump wouldn’t have had a hope in hell of being elected by 2016. Sessions minor consolation will be to see Trump and Kushner indicted by the HARRIS/biden Administration within a year.

    • Disagree: Ron Mexico
  60. @Tommy Sotomayor

    The new rules of engagement will lead to more injured/ dead cops and arrestees. Basic jiu-jitsu moves exist for a reason. Like Apple under the Steve Jobs era, They just work.

    The New York City Council in its infinite wisdom is denying basic physics and human anatomy in their attempt to stop police brutality. I think some NYPD officers actually are too quick to employ a chokehold that they learned in their MMA training and this should be discouraged, but such moves should not be made illegal, especially when many civilians are training in MMA and can employ the same jiu-jitsu moves against the arresting officer.

    The new restraint rules prevent officers from placing their knee on a suspect’s back or even straddling a suspect! It is utter insanity and will lead to more violence not less. More people will end up shot because an officer had to pull his firearm as opposed to restraining a suspect by wrestling moves you see on any school playground. Ridiculous.

    One thing people may not realize is that the NYPD likes to throw down. The police in New York get into brawls with suspects. This is possible because the NYPD has so much manpower that four cops show up when one is needed. This is expensive, but it leads to fewer shootings because the cops engage in fisticuffs instead of shooting.

    I will never understand why people get into fistfights with the NYPD, but I assume they are not on average thinking long term. It is entertaining to watch if no one gets too hurt.

  61. jon says:
    @bruce county

    He was cancelled for anti-semitism.
    He said White people are “a little less,” “closer to animals,” “the true savages,” “acting out of a deficiency so the only way they can act is evil.” He wasn’t cancelled for any of that
    He was cancelled because he

    alluded to several prominent anti-Semitic conspiracy theories, including “the Rothschilds, centralized banking” and “the bloodlines that control everything, even outside of America.”

  62. The MSM is so biased. It has zero credibility.

    • Agree: Joseph Doaks
  63. @Change that Matters

    Lessons From New York. The state has crushed the curve.

    Go New York! You only had the second highest per capita rate of COVID deaths in the US! In your face, New Jersey!

    • Replies: @Clifford Brown
  64. @Voltarde

    Yeah, I used to like Jeff Sessions too, but he really fucked Trump over with his stupid recusal and it was either deliberate or unforgivably naive. I prefer to believe the latter.

    A lot of good things might have been accomplished had it not been for Sessions. For one thing, the Russia-collusion hoax may have been the factor that turned the house over to the Democrats.

    • Replies: @Joseph Doaks
  65. @Harry Baldwin

    Celebrating one of the greatest public health failures in American history is infuriating.

    If only we had a functioning press in this country. Heartbreaking.

  66. Mr. Anon says:
    @J. Farmer

    That just about sums up my take too.

  67. Well Steve, you only have to listen to CNN and Anderson Cooper to know that Orange Man Bad knows nothing about statistics!

    Besides, shut up you racist!

  68. Jack D says:

    The NY Times take on the same Trump statement:

    The president rejected the fact that Black people suffer disproportionately from police brutality

    president (lowercase) Trump rejects FACTS about Black (uppercase) suffering!

    In related news, Bari Weiss resigns from the NY Times:

    It’s too leftist even for her. She left the WSJ because it was (then) too far right – supposedly she wept openly when Trump was elected. Can Goldilocks Weiss find a bed that is JUST RIGHT for her?

    • LOL: Johann Ricke
    • Replies: @anon
    , @anon
  69. @Change that Matters

    She wishes. New York is unfortunately as American as it gets. Annoying rich New Yorkers spread COVID all over the country with cross country road trips of epic proportions and refused to be quarantined. And now they are blaming the virus on the people who work near their second homes in Florida and Arizona. Florida’s 14 day quarantine on New Yorkers and their interstate checks did nothing to stop the influx back in April/May, by the way.

  70. @Polynikes

    Sessions’ mistake is that he had too much Southern Gentleman honor (or perhaps a skeleton in his closet) to not push back against the Deep State Coup. Sessions brought honor and impartiality to a bare fisted political street fight. He lost badly.

    Sessions has much better politics, but Trump has much better street smarts.

  71. @anon

    Really, how many of the corrupt FBI did Sessions prosecute? Barr probably won’t prosecute anyone either, though.

    • Replies: @Harry Baldwin
  72. @J. Farmer

    You might take your own advice and stfu. Trump has exposed all the demons and fools in our imperial government, all while not trashing the Constitution. “A republic, madame, if you can keep it.”

    • Replies: @J. Farmer
  73. anon[268] • Disclaimer says:

    And why has virtually nobody discussed this question?

  74. anon[268] • Disclaimer says:
    @Jack D

    Can Goldilocks Weiss find a bed that is JUST RIGHT for her?

    I suggest the Jerusalem Post. Home office, not as a stringer.

  75. Trump said it was terrible

    Um, isn’t police shootings a good thing, kinda like lynchings were? As in more would be better?

    Personally, given a choice between having to pay the $56,000+ in taxes* to keep the perp in prison each year, only to let him loose eventually to victimise someone else (me, even), or have him do something retarded and get shot while being arrested, I would choose shot.


    * Taxes which, if I am delinquent in payment of for any reason, the police will be dispatched to my location to kick my ass, and no bleeding heart liberal will shed a tear about the human tragedy.

  76. J. Farmer says:
    @Ron Mexico

    A republic that is committing demographic suicide. A republic that is denationalizing itself by removing the common culture that holds the people together. A republic that is at the mercy of a super-rich elite that is fully on board with the whole woke/intersectional zeitgeist. A republic that has offshored a good bit of its productive capacity to its primary competitor.. A republic that vacuums up cheap, low-skilled migrant labor. A republic that has delegated its foreign policy in a major strategic part of the globe to a small client-state, of which our national leaders routinely demand there be “no daylight.” A republic A republic who’s citizens, in the face of everything I’ve mentioned, can only reply “sstfu.”

    Ron, what exactly is it you’re trying to keep?

  77. @Anonymous

    I don’t completely disagree with Brother Cannon here.

    In his own way, he is addressing the various Scythian, Yamnaya invasions from the Eurasian steppe by so-called barbarians that have driven much of European history. He is not wrong even if I would articulate the comment somewhat differently.

  78. GW says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    The “backtrack” was almost certainly due to internal pressure from spineless congressional Republicans. Not to mention the litigation and likely nonsense from the federal courts. Plus the universities were already working up loopholes in order to keep the foreigners (and their money) in the country.

    When it comes down to it, the reward of sending a few thousand students home wasn’t worth the fight against a highly organized enemy. ICE can and still is quietly working to remove aliens. I hate it is this way, but it seems to be the best strategy for the time being.

    Do you honestly think the Trump administration would have been allowed to deport these students?

    • Agree: Jim Don Bob
    • Replies: @dvorak
  79. black sea says:

    And why has virtually nobody discussed this question?

    Here’s the math:

    The question answers itself.

  80. @syonredux

    Speaking of Blacks, Black American women are really, really fat…..56.9 % are obese……

    I believe the correct term is “thick.” And you say it like it’s a bad thing.

    • Replies: @Michael S
  81. Whiskey says: • Website

    We can say from Sessions defeat and the landslide loss of Trump, already a done deal btw which is why Trump has basically given up and won’t even campaign as he knows he will lose likely all fifty states — is that Immigration Restriction is VERY VERY UNPOPULAR.

    Tuberville won on a open borders, all cuck all the time platform. Face it, the GOP is not stupid. They know far better than Steve, that this is the only way one can win elections. Fought by actual people not idealized abstractions.

    Trump won on a fluke by being very, very lucky. Hillary was both stupid and arrogant and widely disliked over hating working White people for over thirty years and showing it constantly. She made no real effort to campaign where it mattered and told dirt people they were indeed dirt. Constantly.

    Meanwhile the Media and most New Yorkers are DELIGHTED with de Blasio’s abolishing the police. People WANT crime and violence. Article after article was printed pining over the Taxi Driver days of NYC, with violence, sleaze, sex and pornography everywhere, corruption, and brutality. Street life and the African version of it has always sold. Whenever people have a choice between boring safety and security and exciting violence and criminality and debauchery, they will choose the African model every time over the White one. EVERY TIME.

    There is about five percent if we are generous, of the White population that wants a return to say the 1980s. Maybe 1% of that which wants a return to the society, demographics, and stability of the 1950s. Nearly all Whites WANT total violence enabled by Blacks. Nearly all WANT to grovel and cuck. Yeah I don’t get it either for White men — White women I get it — they’ve always had that jungle fever and every chance White women get they vote more black. Violent chaotic impulsive low IQ men are like crack to women everywhere.

    WE are the fringes. The weirdos, the misfits. The true center and core of America or what it is these days are trannies, gays, blacks, SJW White women (which is like 85% of them), Muslims, immigrants, billionaires, and feminists. Ordinary White men who go to work every day are weirdo extremists who President Harris has a final solution for I’m sure.

    Bush, W edition, was as good as it got for White men. And even he just by being White pushed the boundaries of the acceptable. All Trump did was fill our enemies with a terrible resolve to liquidate us once and for all. Yes of course he cucked on foreign students. Cucking is what he does and is. President Kushner won’t allow anything else.

    There just are not enough ordinary (I did not say normal, soy boy mutants are what is normal now for White men) White men to matter anymore.

  82. Anonymous[297] • Disclaimer says:

    Suicide by cop.

  83. dvorak says:

    The “backtrack” was almost certainly due to internal pressure from spineless congressional Republicans.

    You underestimate the power of the elite Universities. Where do you think the Media get their ideas from? Don Lemon and CNN producers are not smart enough to think of their own ideas.

    Moldbug/Yarvin compared the mainstream media to a church newsletter. The elite Universities are our Cathedral; their tenured professors are our Bishops and Cardinals.

  84. anon[150] • Disclaimer says:
    @Jack D

    The president rejected the fact that Black people suffer disproportionately from police brutality

    Isn’t it funny how, all of a sudden, they do know what the phrase “per capita” means after all?

  85. @Achmed E. Newman

    Well,food deserts are a thing.
    On the South side of Chicago,the BLM boys completely,and I mean completely,wrecked a huge Wal Mart. It was, from what I gather,a new state of the art store,with every food and drink known to the American consumer.
    So…They trashed it,leaving not one avocado,ya might say,left on another.
    Instant food desert.
    Yeah,they’re gonna rebuild. Sheesh,what dopes.

  86. … without giving any evidence of the claim….

    That’s the heart of the real story here; they media has gotten lazy to the point of not even bothering to check the facts. They are throwing the proverbial shit against the wall in the belief that if they throw enough, some of it might stick.

  87. @Whiskey

    I’m not sure how to respond to this post.

    • Replies: @anon
  88. Theeeeere’s evidence…..

    There’s evidence, evidence….

    There’s evidence of settlements
    With one long village street;
    Farmsteads, hamlets, little towns —
    The framework was complete.
    By the time…
    The rural framework was complete.
    Rural. Framework. Was. Complete.

    • Replies: @Gary in Gramercy
  89. @The Germ Theory of Disease

    Proving once again — as if more evidence were needed — that, truly, all roads lead to Python.

  90. The two factors are unrelated. Most murders don’t occur with a cop around. Isn’t this obvious?

    The relevant stat is how many blacks/non-blacks are killed in violent encounters w/the police.

    The recently retracted study by J. Cesaria (sp? why?) indicated that the proportions are pretty accurate. About 26% of the people killed in violent encounters w/the cops are black, and that’s about how many are involved in violent altercations with the cops. And the race of the cop is irrelevant.

  91. @anon

    “To subdue violent criminals requires some ugly violence that white America just can’t stomach.”

    White American women, the majority of white voters, are the ones with weak stomachs.

  92. @Pop Warner

    “Is this the first time Trump has explicitly stood up for whites?”

    No, he only said whites are killed more often by police than blacks.

    He has yet to stand up for whites.

  93. @res

    Maybe I’m missing something, but if you look at a list of all the “cancellations” since the Floyd incident, they all seem to be people who were involved in questioning this narrative:

    Scott Alexander had a post arguing that there was no evidence of police racism causing disparate impact.
    Steve Hsu supported the Cesario research.
    Pinker (not sure what he did)
    Tucker’s writer.
    That college student who made fun of Floyd’s drug use.
    James Bennet allowed pro-order Tom Cotton op-ed.
    Police documentary TV shows (Cops, LivePD).
    Deregistering skeptical websites (but not this one yet).

    I think I’m missing some more.

    Is this a real pattern?

  94. @Whiskey

    Whiskey, will you be happy or sad when Trump wins in November? I’m genuinely curious.

    • Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard
  95. anon[295] • Disclaimer says:

    It’s just Whiskey with a slight overdose of black pills.

  96. Was anyone expecting evidence? Most people, academics included, don’t provide citations when speaking.

  97. @Harry Baldwin

    I like the question so I will answer.

    I would prefer a Trump win because it slows things down for four years.

    To me, reduced velocity is the best we can hope for in the current paradigm. The overall direction isn’t going to change.

    • Agree: Harry Baldwin
  98. @Voltarde

    Session’s stupidity in recusing himself was unforgivable. But the political reality is that a Sessions win would have been a big win for all the positions Trump claims to support. Trump, that bloated lump of sociopathic stupidity and egomania, ultimately cares only about himself. he could not get past a fit of pique to do the appropriate political act and support Sessions.

  99. @Harry Baldwin

    “he really fucked Trump over with his stupid recusal”

    I disagree. Trump has only himself to blame for the entire fiasco. He should have fired all Obama appointees everywhere in the government on his first day. There would have been no Russia collusion hoax.

    He’s shooting himself in the foot again by opposing Jeff Sessions, who would have been a solid pro-Trump agenda vote in the Senate. Which suggests the agenda he ran on in 2016 was never his actual agenda. I will not vote for Trump again.

    • Replies: @Harry Baldwin
  100. @Whiskey

    A magnificent rant, sir! I heartily concur.

  101. @syonredux

    Has anybody ever graphed obesity vs iq?

  102. @Gary in Gramercy

    Civilization totally depends on the existence of sufficient numbers of people who, like you, understand that joke.

    A world full of Lamar Kendricks is a world full of mud huts and non-existent plumbing. There are actual samples. You can go there and see.

  103. Michael S says:

    No, the correct term is “THIC” or “THICC”.

    Ghetto slang is never spelled correctly.

    • Thanks: Hypnotoad666
  104. Art Deco says:

    It isn’t discussed because rank-and-file gentry liberals maintain templates in their head about how the world works and do not actually know anything about simple descriptive statistics. When presented with the descriptive statistics, they get quite confused and incoherent or they start bullsh!!ting. Their advocacy is emotions-driven and derived from their vanity, full stop. With the uber-class of gentry liberals, it’s a mix of that and indignation that people they despise (police officers) are enforcing commonsensical standards on their clientele. Among black chauvinists (which I’m going to guess constitute 30% or more of the black population), the motor of this is rage that people they despise (police officers) are imposing community standards on an aristocratic stratum (them). When the ultimate motor is a mix of sentimentality, vanity, and status-driven resentment, mere data doesn’t stand a chance. One of the people I know I have not convinced is an IT tech who has a Phi Beta Kappa key in her jewelry box. Two others I won’t even bother with have life-sciences PhDs. The IQ fetishists on these boards don’t know what stupid is. In no case does their salary depend on not understanding, but their self-concept does so depend.

    • Agree: David In TN
    • Thanks: Johann Ricke
  105. @Joseph Doaks

    He should have fired all Obama appointees everywhere in the government on his first day

    You’re suggesting that this would have been easier than Sessions merely not recusing himself and figuring out that this was a set-up to take out Trump?

  106. Anon[996] • Disclaimer says:

    It seems reasonable that police killings would be proportional homicidality, since the best justification for a police killing is a reasonable fear of being murdered.

    Racist Police = Realistic Cop

  107. @Anonymous

    When does he get canceled?

    You misspelled “appointed to the state Senate”.

  108. @JohnnyWalker123

    Sessions should’ve been made the Secretary of State. That would’ve prevented a lot of future difficulties (and it’s what I was advocating at the time, FYI).

  109. @Not My Economy

    And yet “White Nationalists” are all saying white guys need to stay home or even vote for Biden rather than vote for Trump.

    By “White Nationalists“, I suspect you mainly just mean Richard Spencer.

    That guy is an asshole who has never been right about anything in his life. And his track record seemingly continues apace….

  110. @Ron Mexico

    Sessions seemed to be covering up for the corrupt FBI, trying to protect its reputation, not releasing subpoenaed documents, etc. Perhaps he was totally cowed by Rod Rosenstein.

    • Replies: @Art Deco
  111. @Tommy Sotomayor

    “Liberals are so disingenuous and such obvious hypocrites!”

    The understatement of the century.

  112. Art Deco says:
    @Harry Baldwin

    I suspect Rosenstein had spent his 27 years at the Department of Justice learning intrigue. Sessions previous experience as an executive was as US Attorney in Alabama. I think the average US Attorney’s office has 14 employees. Trump had no proper personnel office in place. He made two crucial appointments early on that turned out badly – Rosenstein and Christopher Wray. The person who put these names in the hopper should have been roasting over a slow flame. He still hasn’t fired Wray, even though Wray is responsible for much of the stonewalling.

    I don’t like it that Trump ends up on bad terms with so many people.

  113. MEH 0910 says:

    I’ve been thinking about that lately, that the Woke have emotionally judo flipped your Truth into their own Power. You, Steve Sailer, not only single handedly elected Trump president, but you also (inadvertently) single handedly caused The Great Awokening.

  114. @Not My Economy

    Someone should write a novel about the white nationalist/white trashionalist movements being secret Democrat conspiracies started twenty years ago by prescient strategists who foresaw the rise of dumb prole president. There’s some material to start with, for instance, David Duke started his political career as a Democrat.

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