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From the New York Times:

By Jacey Fortin
May 9, 2019

A New Jersey woman was convicted Thursday of forcing a Sri Lankan woman to work without pay for nine years, causing her to overstay her visa, and marrying her in an attempt to keep her in the country.

A jury found the defendant, Alia Imad Faleh Al Hunaity, 43, guilty on charges of forced labor, alien harboring for financial gain and marriage fraud. The jury had deliberated for two hours after a six-day trial before Judge Robert B. Kugler of the United States District Court in Camden.

Prosecutors did not name the victim, who they said took care of the woman’s children and cleaned her house, and was largely hidden from the outside world. They said she came to the United States on a temporary visa in 2009.

“The defendant in this case treated the victim as a slave,” United States Attorney Craig Carpenito said in a statement from the Justice Department. “Al-Hunaity kept the victim in this country illegally and hid her away, in order to force her to perform household work for Al-Hunaity without pay, privacy, or the ability to move about freely.”

New Jersey zeppelin burns

Have you ever noticed how in these cases of immigrants keeping slaves in the U.S., the perps are almost always identified by their state of residence?

New Jersey woman! Vermont couple! Florida man!

For example, from the New York Times last month:

Texas Couple Get 7 Years in Prison for Enslaving Guinean Girl for 16 Years

By Mihir Zaveri, April 23, 2019

A couple who enslaved a Guinean girl for 16 years at their Dallas-area home, forcing her to cook and clean while calling her a “dog,” were each sentenced Monday to seven years in federal prison, the authorities said.

The couple, Mohamed Toure, 58, and Denise Cros-Toure, 58, of Southlake, Tex., who are citizens of Guinea, may be deported after their prison sentence, prosecutors said. They were also ordered to pay almost $290,000 in restitution.

They were found guilty by a federal jury in January of several crimes, including one count each of forced labor.

Mr. Toure is the son of Guinea’s first president, Ahmed Sékou Touré, who led the West African country for 26 years until his death in 1984.

Mr. Toure is such a deep-rooted son of Texas that his dad, the Dictator-for-Life, founded an African country. Here’s this Texas man’s father on the cover of Time Magazine in 1959 to represent “Black Africa: The Dawn of Self Rule.”

And here, in a storied moment in Texan History, is Texas Man’s dad telling President Charles de Gaulle to shove off, that independent Guinea would not be part of a “French Community” of ex-colonies, a renunciation much admired by black power advocates in the 1960s.

 
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  1. The benefits of third world immigration are simply endless. Now they’re importing slavery so they can feel more at home.

    Because, you see, slavery is only a bad thing when white people do it, particularly in literature and the movies.

    This is why the NYT tries so hard in its headlines to make these stories about white people. White people bad. That’s usually the “takeaway” no matter what the story is about.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @HammerJack


    The benefits of third world immigration are simply endless. Now they’re importing slavery so they can feel more at home.
     
    Abolition is so white-supremacist. Just like it was in 1850.
    , @MBlanc46
    @HammerJack

    Oops. It was there this morning, but gone now. They have been getting very crimethinky over there.

  2. OT but it looks like Chateau Heartiste has been suspended??

    • Agree: Federalist, eah
    • Replies: @Louis Renault
    @Father O'Hara

    Yep.

    , @Alfa158
    @Father O'Hara

    I’m kind of surprised it took them that long. Every time Unz.com is offline for a technical issue we always assume that the Stasi finally closed the site. Our rulers are surprisingly terrified of people like us who are so powerless and small in number. I wonder what they’re afraid of? Should we find it encouraging that maybe we’re something to be worried about, or are we just annoying but harmless gnats who occasionally get swatted?

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @L Woods

    , @Mis(ter)Anthrope
    @Father O'Hara

    I assumed it was inevitable. The guy was spot on with respect to the nature of the sexes and, more recently, the current political climate. The commissars must suppress the truth at all costs.

    I feel for you youngsters out there. This will get much worse.

    Replies: @Mis(ter)Anthrope

    , @Anonymous
    @Father O'Hara

    So has The Ugly Truth and Incognoman on wordpress.

    , @eah
    @Father O'Hara

    Here’s the meat of Chateau Heartiste’s last post before WordPress finally decided he needed to be executed:

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/D6PgUCpWwAIu4WW.jpg

    Replies: @eah, @SFG, @Peter Akuleyev

  3. Your problem, Mr iSteve, is that you just don’t believe in multiculturalism.

  4. Hey Jim, you New Joisey people are craaazzy!

    And, on that slavery business, it’s not always those Southerners is it? Maybe this next “war over slavery”, we’ll have one of our Generals march from Philly to Atlantic City, burning cities to the ground. It couldn’t hurt the place.

    • Replies: @CCZ
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Diversity is our strength!

    “New Jersey is a very racially and ethnically diverse state. We are one of the top 3 most diverse states in the US with respect to racial/ethnic and foreign born populations. In 2011, racial/ethnic minorities made up over one-third (44 percent) of the total estimated population of New Jersey." [Source: New Jersey Office of Minority and Multicultural Health]

    For example:

    One of the founders of the famed New Jersey rap group the Fugees was charged Friday with conspiring with a Malaysian billionaire to make and conceal foreign campaign contributions during the 2012 U.S. presidential election.

    Prakazrel “Pras” Michel and fugitive Malaysian financier Jho Low were charged with conspiracy to defraud the United States government and for making foreign and conduit campaign contributions, according to a release from the U.S. Department of Justice.

    The presidential candidate was referred to only as Candidate A in the indictment, but was identified in multiple reports as Barack Obama.

    The object of the conspiracy was for Low to “gain access to, and potential influence with, Candidate A, and his administration,” with the help of Michel, the federal indictment said.

    https://www.nj.com/news/2019/05/fugees-founder-pras-charged-with-funneling-fugitive-malaysian-billionaires-money-to-obamas-2012-campaign.html

  5. Just a couple of “New Jersey” lesbians. What’s the big deal?

    • LOL: MBlanc46
    • Replies: @SFG
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Tell me that site wasn't in your bookmarks.

    Replies: @Anon, @Redneck farmer

    , @Anon
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Sri Lankan women aren't that hot.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    , @Bubba
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Looks like they are related to ex-NJ Guv Jim McGreevey.

    Replies: @Mr McKenna

  6. Yeah, and you’re probably right about that Texas couple, Steve. Mr. Toure there sounds like he’s all hat and no guinea pigs.

    • LOL: Redneck farmer
  7. The Koran allows slavery and what Allah has made legal, man may not make illegal. Slavery is perfectly acceptable in Islam, legally and culturally. Go on any Islamic website and you will see slavery defended, along with forced concubinage and rape. Of course it is different from the bad old American slavery – it’s a good slavery, including forced sexual relations. A Georgetown Muslim professor says so: https://www.theamericanconservative.com/dreher/georgetown-professor-defends-islam-slavery/

    Brown goes on to say that it’s an undeniable fact that Muhammad held slaves.

    “Are you more morally mature than the Prophet of God?” Brown says. “No, you’re not.”

    So, there you have it. If Muhammad held slaves, how bad could slavery really be?

  8. Ctrl-F “mus” / “isl” …nothing. Curious.

  9. New Jersey Immigrant Enslaves Immigrant To Raise Her Kids & Clean House!

  10. Alia Imad Faleh Al Hunaity

    Let me guess… she’s in that 10% or so of Ceylonese who aren’t Buddhist, Hindu, or Christian.

    • Replies: @prosa123
    @Reg Cæsar

    Let me guess… she’s in that 10% or so of Ceylonese who aren’t Buddhist, Hindu, or Christian.

    Jordanian.

  11. @HammerJack
    The benefits of third world immigration are simply endless. Now they're importing slavery so they can feel more at home.

    Because, you see, slavery is only a bad thing when white people do it, particularly in literature and the movies.

    This is why the NYT tries so hard in its headlines to make these stories about white people. White people bad. That's usually the "takeaway" no matter what the story is about.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @MBlanc46

    The benefits of third world immigration are simply endless. Now they’re importing slavery so they can feel more at home.

    Abolition is so white-supremacist. Just like it was in 1850.

    • LOL: Bubba
  12. @Father O'Hara
    OT but it looks like Chateau Heartiste has been suspended??

    Replies: @Louis Renault, @Alfa158, @Mis(ter)Anthrope, @Anonymous, @eah

    Yep.

  13. After all, New Jersey is right across the river from Wilmington, DE and Delaware was a slave state. (hint, hint Joe Biden)

    And didn’t one of the Dookie lacrosse Jersey boys yell out to Crystal Mangum in Durham after he had finished with her back in the off campus slave quarters that her people picked the cotton in his Oxford shirt?

  14. @Buzz Mohawk
    Just a couple of "New Jersey" lesbians. What's the big deal?

    https://i.pinimg.com/originals/92/72/9f/92729f79c20b9f6550b625d7da8625b0.jpg

    Replies: @SFG, @Anon, @Bubba

    Tell me that site wasn’t in your bookmarks.

    • LOL: Achmed E. Newman
    • Replies: @Anon
    @SFG

    He got that link from Josh Marshall of Talking Points Memo.

    https://www.mediaite.com/online/tpms-josh-marshall-tweets-out-porno-link-to-shock-of-political-media-world/

    Replies: @SFG

    , @Redneck farmer
    @SFG

    I'd be more worried if it wasn't!

  15. And here Texas Man’s dad telling President Charles de Gaulle to shove it, that independent Guinea would not be part of a “French Community” of ex-colonies, a renunciation much admired by black power advocates in the 1960s.

    Is it still to late for France to tell its ex-colonies to shove it, and they they don’t want to be a part of their “community”? Or do only their ex-colonies have a say?

  16. LOVE that NJ zeppelin!

    Bill in Glendale

  17. Anonymous[427] • Disclaimer says:

    OT:

    https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2019/06/who-is-shakespeare-emilia-bassano/588076/

    Shakespeare had no speare to shake, was Vagino-Englishperson according to author….

  18. CCZ says:
    @Achmed E. Newman
    Hey Jim, you New Joisey people are craaazzy!

    And, on that slavery business, it's not always those Southerners is it? Maybe this next "war over slavery", we'll have one of our Generals march from Philly to Atlantic City, burning cities to the ground. It couldn't hurt the place.

    Replies: @CCZ

    Diversity is our strength!

    “New Jersey is a very racially and ethnically diverse state. We are one of the top 3 most diverse states in the US with respect to racial/ethnic and foreign born populations. In 2011, racial/ethnic minorities made up over one-third (44 percent) of the total estimated population of New Jersey.” [Source: New Jersey Office of Minority and Multicultural Health]

    For example:

    One of the founders of the famed New Jersey rap group the Fugees was charged Friday with conspiring with a Malaysian billionaire to make and conceal foreign campaign contributions during the 2012 U.S. presidential election.

    Prakazrel “Pras” Michel and fugitive Malaysian financier Jho Low were charged with conspiracy to defraud the United States government and for making foreign and conduit campaign contributions, according to a release from the U.S. Department of Justice.

    The presidential candidate was referred to only as Candidate A in the indictment, but was identified in multiple reports as Barack Obama.

    The object of the conspiracy was for Low to “gain access to, and potential influence with, Candidate A, and his administration,” with the help of Michel, the federal indictment said.

    https://www.nj.com/news/2019/05/fugees-founder-pras-charged-with-funneling-fugitive-malaysian-billionaires-money-to-obamas-2012-campaign.html

  19. @Father O'Hara
    OT but it looks like Chateau Heartiste has been suspended??

    Replies: @Louis Renault, @Alfa158, @Mis(ter)Anthrope, @Anonymous, @eah

    I’m kind of surprised it took them that long. Every time Unz.com is offline for a technical issue we always assume that the Stasi finally closed the site. Our rulers are surprisingly terrified of people like us who are so powerless and small in number. I wonder what they’re afraid of? Should we find it encouraging that maybe we’re something to be worried about, or are we just annoying but harmless gnats who occasionally get swatted?

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Alfa158

    The kinds of truths written out in plain sight like this scare the shit out of them. That's all it is.

    , @L Woods
    @Alfa158

    The latter.

  20. The NYT should be shamed into publishing pictures of convicted perps in stories like this.

  21. Article plays into the NYT style book that slavery has never ended in the USA.

  22. @Alfa158
    @Father O'Hara

    I’m kind of surprised it took them that long. Every time Unz.com is offline for a technical issue we always assume that the Stasi finally closed the site. Our rulers are surprisingly terrified of people like us who are so powerless and small in number. I wonder what they’re afraid of? Should we find it encouraging that maybe we’re something to be worried about, or are we just annoying but harmless gnats who occasionally get swatted?

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @L Woods

    The kinds of truths written out in plain sight like this scare the shit out of them. That’s all it is.

  23. @Reg Cæsar

    Alia Imad Faleh Al Hunaity
     
    Let me guess... she's in that 10% or so of Ceylonese who aren't Buddhist, Hindu, or Christian.

    Replies: @prosa123

    Let me guess… she’s in that 10% or so of Ceylonese who aren’t Buddhist, Hindu, or Christian.

    Jordanian.

  24. Especially with your Hindenburg picture up there, Steve, along with your headline, there’s no way I COULD NOT put this in:

    Go to 1:00 in if you’re not familiar with WKRP in Cincinatti:

    As God is my witness, I thought turkeys could fly – Mr. Carlson

  25. @Alfa158
    @Father O'Hara

    I’m kind of surprised it took them that long. Every time Unz.com is offline for a technical issue we always assume that the Stasi finally closed the site. Our rulers are surprisingly terrified of people like us who are so powerless and small in number. I wonder what they’re afraid of? Should we find it encouraging that maybe we’re something to be worried about, or are we just annoying but harmless gnats who occasionally get swatted?

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @L Woods

    The latter.

  26. @Father O'Hara
    OT but it looks like Chateau Heartiste has been suspended??

    Replies: @Louis Renault, @Alfa158, @Mis(ter)Anthrope, @Anonymous, @eah

    I assumed it was inevitable. The guy was spot on with respect to the nature of the sexes and, more recently, the current political climate. The commissars must suppress the truth at all costs.

    I feel for you youngsters out there. This will get much worse.

    • Replies: @Mis(ter)Anthrope
    @Mis(ter)Anthrope

    I fear the Zman is next. No disrespect to any of the writers on unz.com, but I believe he is the most thought provoking blogger out there.

  27. COMEY LIED TO A JUDGE, IN PRINT AND DEAD TO RIGHTS, REPORTED BY ENEMIES OF TRUMP

    The Hill, an establishmentarian but often good source (cf WSJ), which hates the President (ie, we’re not talking about Fox here), reports that the FBI knew Steele was a worthless source before the “verified” FISA rubberstamp. This is bigger than Watergate.
    The FBI lied in order to do the whole fake investigation of Trump.
    The FBI allowed it to come out in writing that they lied to put together a fake investigation for political purposes.
    The mess is solid enough that a Trump-hating respectable journal is reporting it.
    This is not impenetrable “spy-vs-spy” babble, this is James Comey throwing himself off a bridge. But it would be terrible if he did that, because then CNN would be certain that it proved Russian involvement.

    https://thehill.com/opinion/white-house/442944-fbis-steele-story-falls-apart-false-intel-and-media-contacts-were-flagged

    FBI swore on Oct. 21, 2016, to the FISA judges that Steele’s “reporting has been corroborated and used in criminal proceedings” and the FBI has determined him to be “reliable” and was “unaware of any derogatory information pertaining” to their informant, who simultaneously worked for Fusion GPS, the firm paid by the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and the Clinton campaign to find Russian dirt on Trump.

    It is almost certain the FBI knew of Steele’s contact with State and his partisan motive. That’s because former Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland says she instructed her staff to send the information they got from Steele to the bureau immediately and to cease contact with the informer because “this is about U.S. politics, and not the work of — not the business of the State Department, and certainly not the business of a career employee who is subject to the Hatch Act.”

    All those concerns would weigh against Steele’s credibility and should have been disclosed to the judges under the honor system that governs the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, experts say.

    The “honor system.” The “honor system” that “governs” the FISA rubberstamp. It’s not criminals making deals, no, there’s an “honor system.” Good thing all those people got law degrees, so their pinky swears would be meaningful, but it’s still not known if everyone in the “honor system” is also “best friends for life.” Maybe now would be a good time for all those elite liars to revisit the FISA rubberstamp and USAPATRIOT act and all those things that substantiate our democratic system of law and order, which the Russians “interfered” with.

  28. @SFG
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Tell me that site wasn't in your bookmarks.

    Replies: @Anon, @Redneck farmer

    • Replies: @SFG
    @Anon

    And here's where I lose my frame: they're not the same site.

  29. @Mis(ter)Anthrope
    @Father O'Hara

    I assumed it was inevitable. The guy was spot on with respect to the nature of the sexes and, more recently, the current political climate. The commissars must suppress the truth at all costs.

    I feel for you youngsters out there. This will get much worse.

    Replies: @Mis(ter)Anthrope

    I fear the Zman is next. No disrespect to any of the writers on unz.com, but I believe he is the most thought provoking blogger out there.

  30. @Buzz Mohawk
    Just a couple of "New Jersey" lesbians. What's the big deal?

    https://i.pinimg.com/originals/92/72/9f/92729f79c20b9f6550b625d7da8625b0.jpg

    Replies: @SFG, @Anon, @Bubba

    Sri Lankan women aren’t that hot.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Anon

    They can be made hot, but they are just not very perky. It must be the lack of caffeine.

    (We are talking about cups of coffee right?)

  31. @SFG
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Tell me that site wasn't in your bookmarks.

    Replies: @Anon, @Redneck farmer

    I’d be more worried if it wasn’t!

  32. Maybe they heard all the people on NPR and CNN sounding like slavery is still around?

  33. Sounds like a mounting crisis of Good Hair. He likely lacks it. Good Hair, not a mounting crisis, hehe.
    I know the humidity in Texas gets ruff, I’m down here, but man I always let the slaves walkabout in the rain and the neighbors never see ’em…like today…
    Regards,
    Harry

  34. The NYT’s sneaky use of geographic identifiers is fully consistent with its woke philosophy — being a slave master automatically makes you an honorary American, while being the slave automatically makes you a foreign PoC martyr.

    It would have been equally accurate of course to report: “South Asian enslaved New Jersey woman,” or “African man enslaved Texas resident.”

  35. @Buzz Mohawk
    Just a couple of "New Jersey" lesbians. What's the big deal?

    https://i.pinimg.com/originals/92/72/9f/92729f79c20b9f6550b625d7da8625b0.jpg

    Replies: @SFG, @Anon, @Bubba

    Looks like they are related to ex-NJ Guv Jim McGreevey.

    • Replies: @Mr McKenna
    @Bubba

    God, I forgot all about that guy. And his Israeli rent boy, right?

    The times, they do keep changing, right? Sort of.

    https://live.staticflickr.com/56/134586634_2ec2b20817.jpg

    Replies: @Bubba

  36. Anonymous [AKA "same"] says:
    @Father O'Hara
    OT but it looks like Chateau Heartiste has been suspended??

    Replies: @Louis Renault, @Alfa158, @Mis(ter)Anthrope, @Anonymous, @eah

    So has The Ugly Truth and Incognoman on wordpress.

  37. • Replies: @eah
    @eah

    One of the two who could pass for white in this America 2.0 group foto -- the guy in the upper left -- is named Chaim Fishman.

    Replies: @Desiderius

    , @Anonymous
    @eah

    What race is Daria?

  38. @eah
    https://twitter.com/JaceyFortin/status/839613810172383234

    Replies: @eah, @Anonymous

    One of the two who could pass for white in this America 2.0 group foto — the guy in the upper left — is named Chaim Fishman.

    • Replies: @Desiderius
    @eah

    No white men need apply. Pinch evidently thinks he’s the fucking Highlander.

  39. We import immigrants to do jobs Americans won’t do. We gave up keeping slaves 160ish years ago. Good thing we have diversity keeping it alive

  40. @Father O'Hara
    OT but it looks like Chateau Heartiste has been suspended??

    Replies: @Louis Renault, @Alfa158, @Mis(ter)Anthrope, @Anonymous, @eah

    • Replies: @eah, @SFG
    @eah

    Funny thing is how much of that sounds a lot like vintage Chomsky or Sanders. Drop the 'Heritage America' and sub in '99%'...

    , @Peter Akuleyev
    @eah

    The truly sad part is that Chateau still believes Trump is his ally. Trump doesn’t need bloggers, especially ones on the right who might go off message, criticize his lack of success/commitment in actually stopping immigration, point out that Trump’s beloved Saudi Arabia funds Islamic terror, or question why Trump continues to support a hawkish invade the world foreign policy. Trump has decided that he can win the election based on a booming economy and low gas prices. The alt right is more of a threat to him than a benefit at this point. As long as Trump has a twitter account and Fox News in his back pocket he’ll be fine.

    Replies: @eah

  41. Hypothesis: When American criminals are referred to as “”, their attachment to their home state often turns out to be tenuous, hardly more than a generation old.

    Example from a few years ago:

    https://www.weeklystandard.com/scott-w-johnson/minnesota-men-on-trial

    It would make a nice undergraduate computer-science assignment to figure out what percentage of people described in newspaper crime reports as “Minnesota men” were actually born in Minnesota.

  42. May be deported? May?

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @MBlanc46


    May be deported? May?
     
    Do you think Guinea wants them back?
  43. @HammerJack
    The benefits of third world immigration are simply endless. Now they're importing slavery so they can feel more at home.

    Because, you see, slavery is only a bad thing when white people do it, particularly in literature and the movies.

    This is why the NYT tries so hard in its headlines to make these stories about white people. White people bad. That's usually the "takeaway" no matter what the story is about.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @MBlanc46

    Oops. It was there this morning, but gone now. They have been getting very crimethinky over there.

  44. @eah
    @Father O'Hara

    Here’s the meat of Chateau Heartiste’s last post before WordPress finally decided he needed to be executed:

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/D6PgUCpWwAIu4WW.jpg

    Replies: @eah, @SFG, @Peter Akuleyev

    Funny thing is how much of that sounds a lot like vintage Chomsky or Sanders. Drop the ‘Heritage America’ and sub in ‘99%’…

  45. Howie Carr has been discussing this for years.

    The Boston Globe and AP report about a crime by a “Worcester man” or “Framingham men,” and Howie points out that, actually, the perps are illegal aliens who moved into those towns a few months or years ago.

    An example:

    https://www.bostonherald.com/2016/03/19/carr-undocumented-are-running-amok-with-no-recourse/

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Justice Duvall

    VDare has noticed this for a decade or two.

  46. Anonymous[166] • Disclaimer says:
    @eah
    https://twitter.com/JaceyFortin/status/839613810172383234

    Replies: @eah, @Anonymous

    What race is Daria?

  47. @eah
    @Father O'Hara

    Here’s the meat of Chateau Heartiste’s last post before WordPress finally decided he needed to be executed:

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/D6PgUCpWwAIu4WW.jpg

    Replies: @eah, @SFG, @Peter Akuleyev

    The truly sad part is that Chateau still believes Trump is his ally. Trump doesn’t need bloggers, especially ones on the right who might go off message, criticize his lack of success/commitment in actually stopping immigration, point out that Trump’s beloved Saudi Arabia funds Islamic terror, or question why Trump continues to support a hawkish invade the world foreign policy. Trump has decided that he can win the election based on a booming economy and low gas prices. The alt right is more of a threat to him than a benefit at this point. As long as Trump has a twitter account and Fox News in his back pocket he’ll be fine.

    • Replies: @eah
    @Peter Akuleyev

    The truly sad part is that Chateau still believes Trump is his ally.

    I think the "truly sad part" is the censorship -- the violation/destruction of 'Heritage America'.

    As long as Trump has a twitter account and Fox News in his back pocket he’ll be fine.

    Trump is likely to lose to either Sanders or Biden, neither of whom is HRC, and one of whom is the likely nominee -- Trump's win in 2016 was by a rather small margin in several key states, and over a candidate too many people absolutely despised -- he will find it a LOT more difficult to win a 'lesser of two evils' contest against either Biden or Sanders.

    Replies: @Art Deco

  48. Yeah, when Chris Christie might fly.

    • Replies: @Buzz Mohawk
    @bored identity

    You know, we have to have some sympathy and perverse admiration for the Germans. (And since many of us here in the home of this blog are part German ourselves, we can count this comment as self-reflection):

    It took a unique form of simultaneous genius and folly to fly a giant bratwurst around the world filled with a highly inflammable gas. To emblazon it with a symbol borrowed from mysticism and shared by everyone from American Indians to South Asian Buddhists. To lift this great sausage with an element that wants nothing more than to passionately combine with the oxygen in the air the way an adolescent boy wants to mount a porn star.

    If you have ever owned and worked on your own German automobile, you are familiar with this paradoxical German love of great engineering combined with absurd complexity and drama. Engineering for its own, glorious sake. Kraft as art.

    https://fthmb.tqn.com/DTJn0ubpCIZ9j7XEjzpjXUspIdY=/1280x1020/filters:fill(auto,1)/Hindenburg_first_landing_at_Lakehurst_1936-58e7241f5f9b58ef7e76d379.jpg

    http://thechicane.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/tumblr_mlbbat0trK1qijyuko1_1280.jpg

    Replies: @Jim Don Bob

  49. We’re living in intersectional paradise.

  50. @Bubba
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Looks like they are related to ex-NJ Guv Jim McGreevey.

    Replies: @Mr McKenna

    God, I forgot all about that guy. And his Israeli rent boy, right?

    The times, they do keep changing, right? Sort of.

    • Replies: @Bubba
    @Mr McKenna

    LOL! You're right - The times, they do keep a changing - sorta the same!

    But that photo of the two "Rough Trade" glitterati really gives me the creeps!

  51. eah says:
    @Peter Akuleyev
    @eah

    The truly sad part is that Chateau still believes Trump is his ally. Trump doesn’t need bloggers, especially ones on the right who might go off message, criticize his lack of success/commitment in actually stopping immigration, point out that Trump’s beloved Saudi Arabia funds Islamic terror, or question why Trump continues to support a hawkish invade the world foreign policy. Trump has decided that he can win the election based on a booming economy and low gas prices. The alt right is more of a threat to him than a benefit at this point. As long as Trump has a twitter account and Fox News in his back pocket he’ll be fine.

    Replies: @eah

    The truly sad part is that Chateau still believes Trump is his ally.

    I think the “truly sad part” is the censorship — the violation/destruction of ‘Heritage America’.

    As long as Trump has a twitter account and Fox News in his back pocket he’ll be fine.

    Trump is likely to lose to either Sanders or Biden, neither of whom is HRC, and one of whom is the likely nominee — Trump’s win in 2016 was by a rather small margin in several key states, and over a candidate too many people absolutely despised — he will find it a LOT more difficult to win a ‘lesser of two evils’ contest against either Biden or Sanders.

    • Replies: @Art Deco
    @eah

    The leading candidates for the Republican presidential nomination per polls taken in April and May of 2015 were Scott Walker, Marco Rubio, and Jeb Bush.

  52. @Anon
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Sri Lankan women aren't that hot.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    They can be made hot, but they are just not very perky. It must be the lack of caffeine.

    (We are talking about cups of coffee right?)

  53. @Justice Duvall
    Howie Carr has been discussing this for years.

    The Boston Globe and AP report about a crime by a "Worcester man" or "Framingham men," and Howie points out that, actually, the perps are illegal aliens who moved into those towns a few months or years ago.

    An example:

    https://www.bostonherald.com/2016/03/19/carr-undocumented-are-running-amok-with-no-recourse/

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    VDare has noticed this for a decade or two.

  54. Have you ever noticed how in these cases of immigrants keeping slaves in the U.S., the perps are almost always identified by their state of residence?

    Never mind that: This has the makings of a musical, à la Hamilton, but with a Gay Jefferson twist.

  55. Decrying the Non Abolition of Slavery is Cultural Appropriation. The Abolition of Slavery was conceived by Old White men so must be bad

  56. @MBlanc46
    May be deported? May?

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    May be deported? May?

    Do you think Guinea wants them back?

  57. A New Jersey woman was convicted Thursday of forcing a Sri Lankan woman to work without pay for nine years

    Some British writer, perhaps it was Brian Crozier, wrote in the late Cold War period that Soviet apologists always compared the ideals of socialism to the gritty realities of capitalism. Well, he thought it was time to try turning this around, and did, to the applause of the libertarian reviwer.

    Let’s apply this strategy here:

    An Arab immigrant woman was convicted Thursday of forcing a New Jersey woman to work without pay for nine years…

    • Agree: Achmed E. Newman
  58. @Anon
    @SFG

    He got that link from Josh Marshall of Talking Points Memo.

    https://www.mediaite.com/online/tpms-josh-marshall-tweets-out-porno-link-to-shock-of-political-media-world/

    Replies: @SFG

    And here’s where I lose my frame: they’re not the same site.

  59. @eah
    @Peter Akuleyev

    The truly sad part is that Chateau still believes Trump is his ally.

    I think the "truly sad part" is the censorship -- the violation/destruction of 'Heritage America'.

    As long as Trump has a twitter account and Fox News in his back pocket he’ll be fine.

    Trump is likely to lose to either Sanders or Biden, neither of whom is HRC, and one of whom is the likely nominee -- Trump's win in 2016 was by a rather small margin in several key states, and over a candidate too many people absolutely despised -- he will find it a LOT more difficult to win a 'lesser of two evils' contest against either Biden or Sanders.

    Replies: @Art Deco

    The leading candidates for the Republican presidential nomination per polls taken in April and May of 2015 were Scott Walker, Marco Rubio, and Jeb Bush.

    • LOL: eah
  60. @bored identity
    https://slm-assets0.secondlife.com/assets/10875746/view_large/OB-JO765_0814hi_G_20100814162559.jpg?1420472849


    Yeah, when Chris Christie might fly.

    Replies: @Buzz Mohawk

    You know, we have to have some sympathy and perverse admiration for the Germans. (And since many of us here in the home of this blog are part German ourselves, we can count this comment as self-reflection):

    It took a unique form of simultaneous genius and folly to fly a giant bratwurst around the world filled with a highly inflammable gas. To emblazon it with a symbol borrowed from mysticism and shared by everyone from American Indians to South Asian Buddhists. To lift this great sausage with an element that wants nothing more than to passionately combine with the oxygen in the air the way an adolescent boy wants to mount a porn star.

    If you have ever owned and worked on your own German automobile, you are familiar with this paradoxical German love of great engineering combined with absurd complexity and drama. Engineering for its own, glorious sake. Kraft as art.

    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob
    @Buzz Mohawk

    I would love to fly in a Zeppelin.

    Replies: @Buzz Mohawk

  61. @eah
    @eah

    One of the two who could pass for white in this America 2.0 group foto -- the guy in the upper left -- is named Chaim Fishman.

    Replies: @Desiderius

    No white men need apply. Pinch evidently thinks he’s the fucking Highlander.

  62. @Buzz Mohawk
    @bored identity

    You know, we have to have some sympathy and perverse admiration for the Germans. (And since many of us here in the home of this blog are part German ourselves, we can count this comment as self-reflection):

    It took a unique form of simultaneous genius and folly to fly a giant bratwurst around the world filled with a highly inflammable gas. To emblazon it with a symbol borrowed from mysticism and shared by everyone from American Indians to South Asian Buddhists. To lift this great sausage with an element that wants nothing more than to passionately combine with the oxygen in the air the way an adolescent boy wants to mount a porn star.

    If you have ever owned and worked on your own German automobile, you are familiar with this paradoxical German love of great engineering combined with absurd complexity and drama. Engineering for its own, glorious sake. Kraft as art.

    https://fthmb.tqn.com/DTJn0ubpCIZ9j7XEjzpjXUspIdY=/1280x1020/filters:fill(auto,1)/Hindenburg_first_landing_at_Lakehurst_1936-58e7241f5f9b58ef7e76d379.jpg

    http://thechicane.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/tumblr_mlbbat0trK1qijyuko1_1280.jpg

    Replies: @Jim Don Bob

    I would love to fly in a Zeppelin.

    • Replies: @Buzz Mohawk
    @Jim Don Bob

    Me too, but not one filled with hydrogen.

    Replies: @bored identity, @Anon

  63. @Jim Don Bob
    @Buzz Mohawk

    I would love to fly in a Zeppelin.

    Replies: @Buzz Mohawk

    Me too, but not one filled with hydrogen.

    • Replies: @bored identity
    @Buzz Mohawk

    The Iron Sky's The Limit:



    https://cnet1.cbsistatic.com/img/bNaoIGHfNgHC2NfTRHE6ELH6XQ0=/fit-in/970x0/2012/02/15/235bc376-fdbf-11e2-8c7c-d4ae52e62bcc/Iron_Sky_01.JPG



    https://youtu.be/uX2cS8wvQHI?t=157

    , @Anon
    @Buzz Mohawk

    The enemy of airships isn't fire but wind. It was wind that wrecked the Hindenberg, with the fire as a secondary consequence. People were still going to die in that ship.

    The bigger they are, the more they can lift and the cheaper they are to operate. But also the more vulnerable they are to being blown around and damaged by strong wind. It's an insoluble problem, and the reason helium airships remain only curiosities.

  64. @Buzz Mohawk
    @Jim Don Bob

    Me too, but not one filled with hydrogen.

    Replies: @bored identity, @Anon

    The Iron Sky’s The Limit:

  65. @Mr McKenna
    @Bubba

    God, I forgot all about that guy. And his Israeli rent boy, right?

    The times, they do keep changing, right? Sort of.

    https://live.staticflickr.com/56/134586634_2ec2b20817.jpg

    Replies: @Bubba

    LOL! You’re right – The times, they do keep a changing – sorta the same!

    But that photo of the two “Rough Trade” glitterati really gives me the creeps!

  66. Anon[409] • Disclaimer says:
    @Buzz Mohawk
    @Jim Don Bob

    Me too, but not one filled with hydrogen.

    Replies: @bored identity, @Anon

    The enemy of airships isn’t fire but wind. It was wind that wrecked the Hindenberg, with the fire as a secondary consequence. People were still going to die in that ship.

    The bigger they are, the more they can lift and the cheaper they are to operate. But also the more vulnerable they are to being blown around and damaged by strong wind. It’s an insoluble problem, and the reason helium airships remain only curiosities.

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