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“I never realized before how tall Richard is. No wonder I never trusted him, that bastard.”

Last week, Southern Poverty Law Center President Richard Cohen fired SPLC Alpha Male-for-Life Morris Dees. Now, Cohen is a goner too. From the long-suffering Montgomery Advertiser:

Southern Poverty Law Center President Richard Cohen to step down

Brian Lyman and Melissa Brown, Montgomery Advertiser Published 5:38 p.m. CT March 22, 2019 | Updated 6:15 p.m. CT March 22, 2019

Southern Poverty Law Center President Richard Cohen said in a statement Friday he has asked the board of the troubled organization to “to immediately launch a search for an interim president in order to give the organization the best chance to heal,” and took responsibility for problems that have swept out the senior leadership of the group in just a week.

Cohen, who has worked at the SPLC since 1986 and served as president since 2003, said in the statement that “we’ll emerge stronger” after an audit of the organization’s practices by Tina Tchen, a former White House official and Chicago-based lawyer.

In iSteve Convergence News, the Chicago cops union is today up in arms over Tina Tchen’s alleged involvement in the Jussie Smollett fiasco.

… On Thursday, Rhonda Brownstein, SPLC legal director and a member of its senior leadership staff, also resigned, a source familiar with the matter confirmed to the Advertiser. …

Several of the employees described staff turnover as high and a “toxic” workplace riddled with conflicting priorities and inter-office politics.

All four independently spoke of racial equity concerns in senior leadership, describing a disproportionate amount of people of color serving in entry-level administrative positions compared to the rest of the workforce.

A review of the center’s 2019 board and senior staff reveals that senior leadership at SPLC remains largely white.

Dees had weathered criticism for decades, with a 1994 Montgomery Advertiser series citing concerns about racial discrimination against back employees. Staffers at the time “accused Morris Dees, the center’s driving force, of being a racist and black employees have ‘felt threatened and banded together.’”

Dees strenuously denied the accusation at the time.

Critics of the center in recent years have drawn attention to SPLC’s behemoth fundraising mechanism.

“His obsession has really been with fundraising,” said Stephen Bright, a Yale law professor and former director of the Southern Center for Human Rights in Atlanta.

“And the fundraising really promotes him. It’s brought in millions and millions and millions of dollars. It’s enabled him in some ways to overcome whatever bad press he got. When you’re sending out mail to hundreds of thousands of people, most of them don’t live in Alabama. The bad press just didn’t compare to the fundraising appeals. Morris is a genius of fundraising solicitations. He’s the king of junk mail. He did it better than anybody else.”

… Dees personally raked in nearly $5.7 million in compensation since 2001 according to a review of publicly available tax documents.

That’s really not that much in official compensation for a man of Dees’ fame, especially one with four ex-wives. Looking at photos of the fifth Mrs. Dees’ interior decorating, Morris clearly owns a lot of shiny gewgaws.

Now that it could be that Morris spends money on all that stuff, which could add up to a lot. But my guess is that Morris gets a lot of Lifetime Achievement Awards that come with some kind of objet d’art to decorate his compound back home in Montgomery, which serves as Morris’s museum to Morris.

For example, the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library has an exhibit of just a few hundred of the countless thing-a-ma-bobs that foreign countries and admirers gave to President Reagan. My guess is that Nancy Reagan probably took the most exquisite, say, 5% home to decorate her Bel-Air mansion, and left the vast remnant of lesser stuff to the Reagan Museum.

But Morris seems like the kind of guy who would like to take his awards and gifts home and put them up on the walls. And if his wife gave him a hard time about how tasteless some of the stuff is, well, he could always get a sixth wife.

Contact Montgomery Advertiser reporter Melissa Brown at 334-240-0132 or [email protected]

The SPLC is America’s most lucrative hate group.

 
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  1. Anonymous[405] • Disclaimer says:

    Was it Richard Cohen whom was filmed in a recent documentary with a chart by his desk showing declining population of White Americans over the past 50 years or so? Why did he have that?

  2. “A review of the center’s 2019 board and senior staff reveals that senior leadership at SPLC remains largely white.”

    Is that before or after the two “Whites,” Cohen and Brownstein were sent packing?

    It seems Jews are White when they do something nefarious or it is in situation that will make Whites look bad.

    • Replies: @Digital Samizdat
  3. So the Obama machine is making a move to take over the SPLC endowment. That’s a lot of Benjamins. I wonder if this was via SJW infiltration to aggravate (or create) enough scandal(s) to force out the dinosaurs running the fundraising machinery. I look forward to an escalation of ‘hate crimes’ involving the usual suspects.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    , @Anon
    , @DCThrowback
  4. Even bored identity is genuinely shocked by the latest instalment Off-Handmaid Up Fairy Tales.

    “Michael is very passionate, and he is passionate in everything,” Abraham H. Foxman, a longtime friend of Steinhardt’s and the former head of the Anti-Defamation League, said of Steinhardt’s matchmaking.

    “Call it a passion, call it an obsession, call it a perversion. Some may. I don’t — I understand it.

    It’s just the way it comes out, which may disturb people.”

    Imagine if Bill Gates was cruising Appalachia’s community colleges, while offering a free honeymoon on a Caribbean Island, or even a one million dollars, to almost any huwhite couple willing to dedicate their earthly time and carnal energy to some serious multiplication of biblical proportions….hmm, ok , let’s scratch that one out.

    Apparently, there’s a guy that was already doing that -well, sort of- for the last fourty years.

    The latest victim of #Metoomaniacal Time Traveling Wheel of Misfortune is a Jewish octogenarian and billionaire, who is already ill -advised by his beta handlers to meekly defend his legacy – instead to, not only Die Steinhard, but to demand to get all his friggin’ moolah back before some commissariatnical tribunal try to papajones him to oblivience :

    “In my nearly 80 years on earth I have never tried to touch any woman or man inappropriately.

    As I have said before, I deeply regret cavalierly making comments in professional settings that were boorish, disrespectful and just plain dumb.

    They were part of my shtick since before I had a penny to my name, and I unequivocally meant them in jest.

    I fully understand why they were inappropriate. I am sorry. I never intended to cause any embarrassment, discomfort or pain.

    There’s no dispute that my attempts at humor could be provocative. As an example, it’s well known that I would often say at events with young people, ‘Look around, if any of you who are here now marry each other I will give you a free honeymoon on a Caribbean Island.’

    And I gave 30 or 40 honeymoons. It was a conspicuous pattern. I hope my inappropriate banter, which was always meant in a lighthearted way, does not now become twisted into being something it is not.”

    Michael Steinhardt, 78, has been accused of:

    1. asking women for sex,

    2. making inappropriate remarks about their bodies and fertility,

    and

    3. offering them millions of dollars to let him set them up with other men.

    “None of the women interviewed by the Times and ProPublica said Steinhardt touched them inappropriately, but they said they felt pressured to endure demeaning sexual comments and requests out of fear that complaining could damage their organizations or derail their careers.

    Witnesses to the behavior said nothing or laughed along, women said.”

    “He set a horrifying standard of what women who work in the Jewish community were expected to endure,” said Rabbi Rachel Sabath Beit-Halachmi, a Jewish scholar.

    She said that Steinhardt suggested that she become his concubine while he was funding her first rabbinical position in the mid-1990s.”

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6835315/New-York-philanthropist-accused-sexual-harassment.html

    https://www.propublica.org/article/women-who-worked-with-billionaire-philanthropist-michael-steinhardt-say-he-repeatedly-asked-for-and-about-sex

    https://www.jta.org/quick-reads/nyu-graduate-school-named-for-michael-steinhardt-will-review-his-interaction-with-students-and-staff

    But what if, in reality, y’all are only unwittingly witnessing The Globo HomoSorosites’ attempt to use some proxy Yentagine’s Monologue Uprising to take over the Good Oy Boys Network of Menschelson, Goombahasbarawitz & Juntastein ?

    • Replies: @AnotherDad
  5. Cortes says:

    As Bowie almost sang

    “Tch Tch Tch Tchenges…”

  6. BenKenobi says:

    Despite being on the surface a ne-plus-ultra shitlib, Dees seems pretty based in his personal life. A lucrative hustle, a carousel of women, racist behaviour, etc. If he could be turned he would be a powerful ally.

    • Replies: @Craig Nelsen
  7. Tina Tchen =

    Intact hen.
    Tan ethnic.
    A thin cent.

    I ten, natch.

    • Agree: Haxo Angmark
    • Replies: @Haxo Angmark
  8. trelane says:

    With that half billion in the bank the SPLC will live on for hundreds of years. The Ford foundation too.

    People in the future will be ruled by the policies and recommendations of their long dead benefactors.

  9. B36 says:

    Actually all of this is very bad news. With Dees at the helm SPLC hoovered up tons of liberal money that could have gone to truly damaging purposes. Instead it seems like the old shyster was basically hoarding and thus inactivating almost half a billion left wing dollars (less the relatively immaterial amount he skimmed off for his personal use). Unfortunately Obamaites like Tina Tchen will know exactly how to put this fortune to good use.

    I say bring back Morris Dees!

    • Agree: Barnard, Almost Missouri
    • Replies: @Barnard
    , @CJ
  10. Garlic says:

    Some more interesting aspects of the SPLC’s finances.

    Its 2018 form 990 may be found at

    https://www.splcenter.org/sites/default/files/1018_990.pdf

    Page 30 of this form shows the performance of its endowment fund.

    We might expect an ordinary endowment to be prudently invested so that there would be some consistent pattern of returns, but the SPLC’s performance jumps all over the place.

    Here are the numbers:

    Investment gains ($000s):
    2018: 5,844
    2017: 46,883
    2016: 7,037
    2015: 431
    2014: 21,425

    Beginning balance ($000s):
    2018: 432,724
    2017: 319,284
    2016: 302,813
    2015: 302,826
    2014: 281,123

    Investment return % (my calculations – not shown on form):
    2018: 1.4%
    2017: 14.7%
    2016: 2.3%
    2015: 0.1%
    2014: 7.6%

    • Replies: @Garlic
  11. Asset forfeiture time, God-Emporer?

  12. @Anonymous

    That was SPLC Senior Fellow Mark Potok, since fired. Along with the chart of declining white population percentage in the US, on the wall of his office at this US-based non-profit, he had a similar chart depicting the shrinking white percentage of Europe’s population.

  13. Art Deco says:

    For example, the Ronald Reagan Museum has an exhibit of just a few hundred of the countless thing-a-ma-bobs that foreign countries and admirers gave to President Reagan. My guess is that Nancy Reagan probably took the most exquisite, say, 5% home to decorate her Bel-Air mansion, and left the vast remnant of lesser stuff to the Reagan Museum.

    Official gifts are deemed federal property if their appraised value exceeds a certain sum. There was a minor controversy during the Reagan years when Mrs. Reagan made an inquiry about retaining a few items as personal property.

    See Joan Didion’s assessment of the governor’s mansion which was constructed during the Reagan era and decorated per Mrs. Reagan’s specs. The essay on the subject is in The White Album. The Reagan’s had quite mainstream California suburban taste and the mansion was 16 rooms worth of it. Mrs. Reagan and her friends were also on the subscription list of various women’s magazines. “Exquisite” really wasn’t her deal.

    • Agree: Johann Ricke
  14. @BenKenobi

    To wit, the document I filed this afternoon in my case against the SPLC offers to drop him as a defendant on the condition he funds the revival of the Robinson Jeffers Boxing Club, my effort to stem the suicide epidemic among white males, which was derailed by an SPLC hit piece. I even offered to call it the Morris Dees Boxing Club.

    https://www.craignelsen.com/nelsen_v_splc/index.php

  15. Barnard says:
    @B36

    Unless Heidi Bierich and Mark Potok go so this might be worse. They are the most dedicated to destroying bad thinkers at the SPLC. I can’t see where other than enriching himself Dees accomplished much of anything.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
  16. @Craig Nelsen

    Why was Mark Potok, long one of the better known figures at the SPLC, fired?

    • Replies: @Craig Nelsen
    , @Reg Cæsar
  17. Garlic says:
    @Garlic

    Some further thoughts on the SPLC’s endowment investment returns:

    The big jumps in returns from one year to the next suggests a volatile, relatively high risk/high return portfolio.

    That being the case, we’d expect to see some negative returns in some years.

    But note that even in years when the investment returns were tiny, they were always positive: no down years at all.

    This is the same pattern as the bogus returns claimed by Bernie Madoff (varied returns, but always positive).

    Note that this is not dispositive evidence, but it is another indicator that the SPLC’s finances deserve further scrutiny

    • Replies: @Mis(ter)Anthrope
  18. J.Ross says: • Website
    @Louis Renault

    THIS. Various functionaries leaving (in a fraud that requires no special skills anyway) isn’t any good if the apparatus remains intact and gets more destructive.

  19. anon[338] • Disclaimer says:

    We got two fundraising solicitations from the $PLC in the past couple months–probably because my son had once contributed to the ACLU. I sent the contribution slips back with some vulgarities for Morris in their postage-paid envelopes.

    Bill in Glendale

    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob
  20. @Mis(ter)Anthrope

    Silly Rabbit! Jews are always victims. Now whites on the other hand …

  21. Anon[288] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous

    That was Mark Potok. Richard Cohen is the one with the large famed picture of Israel in his office (I’m not kidding, and it literally has the text “ISRAEL” at its bottom).

    • Replies: @El Dato
  22. @Reg Cæsar

    scratch one word,

    and

    it is a fine haiku

  23. Anon[288] • Disclaimer says:
    @Craig Nelsen

    Here you go:

    https://www.splcenter.org/news/2013/08/27/50-years-later-hate-violence-still-plagues-nation

    Mark Potok:

    “Are we any better off than we were 50 years ago?

    Absolutely….White dominance is on the decline as the demographic white majority heads for oblivion over the course of the next 30 years”.

    • Replies: @Kibernetika
    , @Anonymous
  24. Anon[288] • Disclaimer says:

    It looks like Potok stepped down quietly. There is nothing about it in the news. It seems to be on the tail of his White population countdown being discovered.

  25. CJ says:
    @B36

    My Agree button isn’t charged up but you are exactly right. Dees and his inner circle were neutralizing 90% of that money.

    That reminds me of somebody’s definition of a foundation: “a large body of money surrounded by people who want some.”

  26. @Barnard

    Potok was out the door a year or two ago.

    • Replies: @Barnard
  27. @trelane

    People in the future will be ruled by the policies and recommendations of their long dead benefactors.

    Wrong.  They will be ruled by their racial enemies who took over the funds and foundations of those who meant to be their benefactors.  There is not one single Ford on the board of the Ford Foundation, and ditto the Wellstone Foundation.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    , @Anonymous
  28. David H. says:

    Long time reader, first time commenter–I was so excited to see you use the term ‘gewgaws.’ The only other place I, at least, have seen the term is in David Hume’s Enquiry Concerning the Principles of Morals, which I’m now teaching at a university. Hilarious.

    • Replies: @Craig Nelsen
    , @slumber_j
  29. El Dato says:
    @Anon

    I’m not kidding, and it literally has the text “ISRAEL” at its bottom

    Someone COULD confuse it with Liberia otherwise.

  30. @trelane

    With that half billion in the bank the SPLC will live on for hundreds of years. The Ford foundation too.

    We need to tax the bastards out of existence. Endowments, trusts, whatever they are, they need to be taxed on disbursements – 15% and total assets – 3%

    Congress should hire Jack D to draft the necessary legislation.

    • Replies: @Hibernian
  31. Barnard says:
    @Steve Sailer

    Thanks it seems like that was kept quiet.

  32. well, this changes things.

  33. ChrisZ says:

    This is a great year to be an iSteve reader.

  34. anon[300] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous

    No: Mark Potok “formerly of the Southern Poverty Law Center”

  35. The SPLC is America’s most lucrative hate group.

    Boom goes the dynamite.

    Strong words from the mild-mannered Mr. Sailer. Also true.

  36. bored identity knows how it works:

    First Rahm picks the fish, and then Tchen uses good ‘ol Chicago Tribune for shipping & handling.

  37. Cato says:

    a disproportionate amount of people of color serving in entry-level administrative positions compared to the rest of the workforce.

    The solution favored both by the left and by the right: move PoC to the top level of the organization.

  38. @Anon

    Do not hesitate, sir! Donate now!

    https://www.splcenter.org/gifts-stock-and-securities

    Is that Dees in the photo?

  39. JTFG says:
    @Anonymous

    “Was it Richard Cohen whom was filmed in a recent documentary with a chart by his desk showing declining population of White Americans over the past 50 years or so?”

    No, that was Mark Potok.

  40. Ragno says:

    All a gigantic game of three-card monte MC’d by an annoyingly-ebullient hawker, very much on purpose. Never mind the red card; keep your eyes fixed on the money.

  41. @Steve Sailer

    I don’t know, but I suspect it might have had something to do with hubris and an inability to keep his glee from showing. He would say things on the radio like ‘let there be no mistake…our goal is to utterly destroy these people’ or ‘… then we exaggerate the shit out of the threat, so, yeah, you could say we are a giant scam’.

    I can just picture Cohen sitting next to him glare-grinning as they go to a commercial break, then when the camera turns off, saying through clenched teeth, that’s it, asshole, you’re fired. But who knows? Nothing would surprise me.

  42. @David H.

    My God. A university professor. Teaching Hume. Reading Sailer.

    The world, regardless of whether it exists, just became a little less bleak.

    • LOL: The Anti-Gnostic
    • Replies: @tyrone
  43. Anoj says:

    I called it.

    I also predicted that the entire organization, following O’Suulivan’s Law, will soon be run by SJWs. However, another possibility presents itself: It could be taken over by blacks, maybe black women. Historically, “Blacks in charge” leads quickly to FBI involvement and corruption charges.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  44. @Steve Sailer

    He had a ridiculous beard.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  45. @Mr. Rational

    How much further left could something called the “Wellstone Foundation” get?

    • Replies: @Hibernian
  46. @Anoj

    I also predicted that the entire organization, following O’Suulivan’s Law, will soon be run by SJWs.

    And I predict Washington will lose the Senators a second time, and McGovern will replace Eagleton on the ticket.

    You’re about 45 years late with your “prediction”.

  47. Anonymous[396] • Disclaimer says:

    Isn’t the most likely scenario simply that the revolution devoured its own? The first batch of college students from the social justice meltdown generation are now entering the workforce. New SPLC hires are probably straight from the proggiest universities and trained to see racism and patriarchy everywhere. They then saw it at their new workplace whether it was really there or not. Septuagenarians like Dees and Cohen probably didn’t even realize what they were up against.

    If you read through recent complains against physicians, a lot of them seem be against 70+ male doctors who didn’t flawlessly perform the woke ballet before examining female patients’ more private areas. This is the same idea but in a different setting.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  48. Whiskey says: • Website

    I am wondering if the initial investigation chartered by the Board of Directors in response to the lawsuits shows evidence of money laundering.

    Color me suspicious that the $PLC raised that much money from individuals. A foundation is just made for money laundering. If its money laundering there would be a panic of anyone associated with the $PLC to get away from any chargers.

  49. Anon[125] • Disclaimer says:
    @Louis Renault

    The Obama machine taking over the SPLC isn’t funny. Obama will probably try to get on the board, and he’ll want control of that half billion. I’m sure he has found he’s not making much money as a retired president (speeches fees, etc.), and is a little disgusted by it. This is his way of acquiring not only a nice retirement fund, but a nest egg for interfering in politics, and he intends to play kingmaker in 2020 for the Dems with the cash.

    I am positive much of that cash is ending up with the Democratic National Committee.

  50. tyrone says:
    @trelane

    Unless the dollar becomes worthless….what a shame that would be.

  51. slumber_j says:
    @David H.

    The word “gewgaw” also appears in at least the original play of The Philadelphia Story by Donald Ogden Stewart, which is a surprisingly sophisticated piece of writing on a number of levels—it obeys the Unities, for example. In the same line he also deploys “gimcrack.”

  52. tyrone says:
    @Craig Nelsen

    YES! and somewhere in the wilds of Tasmania the thylacine runs free! ……just believe!

  53. Hibernian says:
    @Charles Erwin Wilson 3

    Your 15 % and 3% would encourage them to hold on to the money as long as possible and should be reversed.

  54. J1234 says:

    I wonder when Ms. triple scoop ice cream cone and a half dozen donuts will be kicked out? Probably when her snack funds dry up after the donations fall off. She’ll probably want to leave by that time, anyway.

  55. @Anonymous

    Was it Richard Cohen whom was filmed in a recent documentary with a chart by his desk showing declining population of White Americans over the past 50 years or so? Why did he have that?

    Mark Potok. But what’s your problem with it you filthy Amalekite?

  56. @bored identity

    Even bored identity is genuinely shocked by the latest instalment Off-Handmaid Up Fairy Tales.

    I’m not shocked.

    Honestly, this Michael Steinhardt seems like a fairly normal healthy guy. These young women come to him begging for money. He suggests a win-win money-sex exchange! He’s getting old and having gotten rich, he’d sure like to have some of these young single women sleep with him. (Where have i ever heard that story before?)

    He finds–quite reasonably–these lingeringly-single Jewish women an abomination.

    From your Daily Mail link:

    Katz said that after asking her to have sex with him, he brought in two male employees and told her he would give her $1million to marry one of them.

    He added that it was an ‘abomination’ that she was not married and said he would not fund any of her projects until she was married with a baby.

    Sheila Katz is–at least with good makeup and photography–reasonably attractive.

    Basically Steinhardt wants her Jewish womb producing Jewish babies. He offers–quite reaonably being a man of considerable success–to do the job himself. She’s not interested in that–he offers a couple more age appropriate Jewish men. Heck, he’ll give her a free Carribbean honeymoon with any Jewish man of her choice. He’s not a prick about it, he just wants that fine Jewish womb knocked up.

    Compare and contrast your Jews here:

    –> Jews like Cohen and Potok raise millions for beating up on white guys and campaigning for and glorying in seeing white-gentiles’ population reduced and our nations destroyed. I.e. the age old Jewish program of glorying in the genocide of us Amalekites. Jews like Cohen and Potok are the face of evil–the genocidal enemy of white people and the West.

    –> Jews like Michael Steinhardt see these young Jewesses’ wombs empty and aging and want to help out. Want to see Jewish wombs making Jewish babies to propagate his tribe. I don’t think of such guys as loyal Americans–really his core loyalty is to his fellow Jews not to me. But it’s natural human behavior, and his energy isn’t devoted to destroying my nation, but saving his own. I respect that.

    Rather take my Jews from column B, thank you very much.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  57. @another dad
    http://www.unz.com/isteve/now-richard-cohen-is-out-at-the-splc-too/#comment-3110546

    bored identity agrees 100%, but Unz’s lousy tinkered software doesn’t allow him to express that in a single click.

    Same goes with a “reply” option.

    Also, speaking of “He’s getting old and having gotten rich, he’d sure like to have some of these young single women sleep with him. (Where have i ever heard that story before?)”, bored identity will let you contemplate over this vignette of projection as usual :

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indecent_Proposal#Differences_between_novel_and_film

  58. Sean says:

    So now it will not be lucrative, but it will be spending money. Considering what they were able to achieve without spending money, it is hardly cause for celebration.

  59. @anon

    Next time put some sand in the envelopes.

  60. Anonymous[302] • Disclaimer says:
    @Craig Nelsen

    That was SPLC Senior Fellow Mark Potok, since fired. Along with the chart of declining white population percentage in the US, on the wall of his office at this US-based non-profit, he had a similar chart depicting the shrinking white percentage of Europe’s population.

    Has he been asked what it was doing there?

  61. Anonymous[302] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anon

    You have to be kidding me.

  62. Anonymous[302] • Disclaimer says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    What’s the origin of the name “Potok”? Polish? Hungarian?

    • Replies: @Desiderius
  63. Anonymous[302] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous

    If you read through recent complains against physicians, a lot of them seem be against 70+ male doctors who didn’t flawlessly perform the woke ballet before examining female patients’ more private areas.

    Cite? What are you referring to?

  64. Anonymous[302] • Disclaimer says:
    @AnotherDad

    He finds–quite reasonably–these lingeringly-single Jewish women an abomination.

    Why do you consider that opinion to be reasonable?

    • Replies: @AnotherDad
  65. Anonymous[297] • Disclaimer says:
    @Mr. Rational

    I was surprised to see that Wellstone was Jewish, although one who had some pity for poor whites. Voted against the Iraq war. Seems like a pretty good guy. Jewish looking but quite goylike (how many Jews wrestle?).

    Thus I was surprised to see that his children were edged from the family foundation. Maybe not so surprised that he died in a light plane crash. :/

  66. DCThrowback says: • Website
    @Louis Renault

    LOL, firing the brains of the operation will eventually result in a group that has no brains

  67. MEH 0910 says:

  68. @Anonymous

    He finds–quite reasonably–these lingeringly-single Jewish women an abomination.

    Why do you consider that opinion to be reasonable?

    For the same reason i find older women pining for grandchildren to be reasonable.

    People–naturally–want their lineage to survive.

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