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  1. Obviously a Chinese agent. Waiting for a Russian one to get busted.

    • Replies: @Mr McKenna
    @Redneck farmer

    Aww crap. I put this in the wrong thread. Mea culpa.

  2. My town’s Mayor, berated because she wouldn’t take a knee. I’ve met her, never liked her; but singularly because she made this small stand, she gets my vote:

    • Replies: @Hypnotoad666
    @danand

    I like this ritual of forcing politicians to literally "bend the knee" to BLM. It's so Game of Thrones/Medeviel. It leaves no doubt that the person is willing to abase themselves and pledge fealty to the mob.

    Biden bent the knee. But he may have just been looking for his dentures.

    Replies: @CMC

    , @Farenheit
    @danand

    My Mayor too!! Glad she gave them the finger. You can never give the mob an inch!

    , @Almost Missouri
    @danand

    This take-a-knee thing is becoming the new frontline in our amorphous soft Civil War.

    https://summit.news/2020/06/02/video-woman-kneels-on-demand-in-the-street-to-apologize-for-her-white-privilege/

    For men, prepare to choose between getting beaten and getting humiliated. For women, prepare to choose between getting beaten and getting raped.

    The "knee" is coming for you. This is part of the New White Man's Burden:


    By all ye cry or whisper,
    By all ye leave or do,
    The silent, sullen peoples
    Shall weigh your Gods and you.

     

    Replies: @fish, @Anonymous

  3. Anonymous[415] • Disclaimer says:

    Final update. Those who know Wong tell me he had good intentions and made a dumb mistake. I’m told he had been posting on FB he’s available to help defend businesses & didn’t get many responses. He is into cosplay and LAPD tells us they don’t believe he intended any harm.

    Final final update: He posts here using the screen name “Twinkie.”

    • Agree: Stan d Mute
    • Disagree: ic1000
    • Replies: @Anon
    @Anonymous


    He posts here using the screen name “Twinkie.”
     
    Please dont make Twinkie mad. He/she is an expert in the marital art of Tai Chi.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    , @Twinkie
    @Anonymous

    When I saw this, I thought, who is going to be the first idiot to invoke my pseudonym? You win.

    Replies: @anon, @Abe, @Truth

  4. • Replies: @TomSchmidt
    @Veracitor

    That's fascinating. There were still, in 1900, people receiving benefits as the spouses of Revolutionary War soldiers.

    I guess the Civil War finally ended.

    , @Yngvar
    @Veracitor

    The 200+ staff at the Office for Civil War Pensions will soon be out of a job.

  5. anon[102] • Disclaimer says:

    Should know in 2 weeks about the spread of coronavirus at these events. Perhaps if enough rioters feel like they have a very bad flu, these rampages will peter out and normal Americans can go out safely and clean up the mess. Early voting should start in August. I hope people vote early in droves this year, so that Antifa doesnt see November 4th as a day to attempt to physically attack conservative-looking voters. I worried they may try this if the election looks close.

    • Replies: @Hypnotoad666
    @anon


    Should know in 2 weeks about the spread of coronavirus at these events.
     
    Coronavirus is a hoax. At least the protests/riots put the nail in that coffin.

    Replies: @BB753, @Testing12

    , @Old and Grumpy
    @anon

    Has it struck you that maybe Covid19 was just a flu ruse to prepare for the civil war? Yes that would mean the cop and maybe crook were useful, and paid, for idiots. Neither of which would be a shocker. Cops work for the establishment, and blacks are still rudimentary tools of the establishment.

  6. This agitation song was also made by a Chinese man

  7. @Redneck farmer
    Obviously a Chinese agent. Waiting for a Russian one to get busted.

    Replies: @Mr McKenna

    Aww crap. I put this in the wrong thread. Mea culpa.

  8. “He is into Cosplay”

    That’s a shame, without this on his record he might have made it onto LAPD. He seems the the kind of over eager type they’re going to soon need.

    This woman on the other hand, taunted San Jose officers for several minutes until they had no choice but to arrest her. It was quite a show from the helicopter’s vantage last Friday afternoon, before things went serious. I’d guess her motivation was to add flavor to her grad school application:

    D1B9143C-C093-4038-9080-9D74E0D01A70

    • Thanks: The Wild Geese Howard
    • Replies: @black sea
    @danand

    You can't fault her for her choice in clothing.

    Replies: @vhrm, @YetAnotherAnon

    , @Bardon Kaldian
    @danand

    Trying not to be just sarcastic & obscene: females are all about sexuality & not much else. Virtually everything else is a byproduct (children, family,...). They may have a more diffused type of sexuality & not such a pressing urge as men, but: in all Indo-European languages "man" means both "human" and "male".


    In man's world, 80% of activities are not sex-related; in woman's world, it's the other way around.

    Lord Byron was right: Man's love is of his life a thing apart, 'Tis woman's whole existence

    , @The Wild Geese Howard
    @danand

    This is why we need a, "Delicious," button.

    Replies: @Kronos, @BB753

    , @Chrisnonymous
    @danand

    Maybe she just wanted to get handcuffed by some men in uniform.

    Replies: @Almost Missouri

    , @Ray P
    @danand

    Obvious film reference:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0A-2N5emW7A

    Replies: @anon, @1661er

    , @Reg Cæsar
    @danand


    I’d guess her motivation was to add flavor to her grad school application:

     

    When in the Cedar-Riverside district of Minneapolis years ago, I got to witness a Mumia protest parade of about thirty people. (Mumia? Did I say "years ago"? I meant "ages ago".)

    Cedar-Riverside had already transitioned from academic-hippie to African refugee vibe by that time. (It's no scruffier.) From Bob Dylan to Mohammed Noor (the politician, not the cop. They don't have that many names to choose from.)

    Every single one of the marchers was white, except for one Asian girl. The Africans mostly ignored them. Mumia's African name was of no help to him here.

    As for the girl, I thought, adoptee, or girlfriend? I hadn't thought of a picture for the application essay.

    You always miss something. That's what fora like these are fora.

    Replies: @JMcG

    , @Anonymous
    @danand


    That’s a shame, without this on his record he might have made it onto LAPD. He seems the the kind of over eager type they’re going to soon need.

    This woman on the other hand, taunted San Jose officers for several minutes until they had no choice but to arrest her.
     
    Speaking of over-eager types and San Jose, am I the only Unz reader following the Jared Yuen story with interest?

    At first, I was under the impression that, after muttering a few crowd-appeasing platitudes, the chief of the SJPD was going to stand by him unreservedly. However, it now seems he has been "placed on leave" pending an investigation. Is this cause for worry, do you think? Or merely window-dressing?

    The reason I mention it is because it has struck me that this event marks the first time ever I have found myself harboring a strong desire that a police investigation of any kind be a mere whitewash. I can only hope that the SJPD will realise could do with a few "over eager" types like Mr. Yuen right now and won't stir a finger against him.

    Replies: @danand, @Menes

  9. @danand

    “He is into Cosplay”
     
    That’s a shame, without this on his record he might have made it onto LAPD. He seems the the kind of over eager type they’re going to soon need.

    This woman on the other hand, taunted San Jose officers for several minutes until they had no choice but to arrest her. It was quite a show from the helicopter’s vantage last Friday afternoon, before things went serious. I’d guess her motivation was to add flavor to her grad school application:

    https://flic.kr/p/2j8iXCY

    Replies: @black sea, @Bardon Kaldian, @The Wild Geese Howard, @Chrisnonymous, @Ray P, @Reg Cæsar, @Anonymous

    You can’t fault her for her choice in clothing.

    • Replies: @vhrm
    @black sea


    You can’t fault her for her choice in clothing.
     
    Yeah, that's some solid tactical gear there. Maybe could have added some heels for increased comfort and mobility.
    , @YetAnotherAnon
    @black sea

    London, today

    https://static.standard.co.uk/s3fs-public/thumbnails/image/2020/06/03/12/0306hydeparkprotestsrav1.jpg?width=1368&height=912&fit=bounds&format=pjpg&auto=webp&quality=70

  10. @Anonymous

    Final update. Those who know Wong tell me he had good intentions and made a dumb mistake. I’m told he had been posting on FB he’s available to help defend businesses & didn’t get many responses. He is into cosplay and LAPD tells us they don’t believe he intended any harm.
     
    Final final update: He posts here using the screen name "Twinkie."

    Replies: @Anon, @Twinkie

    He posts here using the screen name “Twinkie.”

    Please dont make Twinkie mad. He/she is an expert in the marital art of Tai Chi.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Anon


    ...the marital art of Tai Chi.
     
    You have just been reported to your municipality's Domestic Violence bureau.

    Replies: @Twinkie

  11. @danand

    “He is into Cosplay”
     
    That’s a shame, without this on his record he might have made it onto LAPD. He seems the the kind of over eager type they’re going to soon need.

    This woman on the other hand, taunted San Jose officers for several minutes until they had no choice but to arrest her. It was quite a show from the helicopter’s vantage last Friday afternoon, before things went serious. I’d guess her motivation was to add flavor to her grad school application:

    https://flic.kr/p/2j8iXCY

    Replies: @black sea, @Bardon Kaldian, @The Wild Geese Howard, @Chrisnonymous, @Ray P, @Reg Cæsar, @Anonymous

    Trying not to be just sarcastic & obscene: females are all about sexuality & not much else. Virtually everything else is a byproduct (children, family,…). They may have a more diffused type of sexuality & not such a pressing urge as men, but: in all Indo-European languages “man” means both “human” and “male”.

    In man’s world, 80% of activities are not sex-related; in woman’s world, it’s the other way around.

    Lord Byron was right: Man’s love is of his life a thing apart, ‘Tis woman’s whole existence

  12. I don’t understand from the post, what did he supposedly do Wong? (bad pun, but serious question).

    • Replies: @Twinkie
    @Hypnotoad666

    https://twitter.com/BillFOXLA/status/1267959513346277377?s=20

    From that link, it seems he wasn’t instigating any protest - he was trying to blend in with the NG to help. Sailer’s Post made it sound like he was an Antifa ally or something.

    Replies: @UK, @Truth, @anon

    , @Truth
    @Hypnotoad666

    He had to have done sum-ting-Wong.

  13. Some people hypothesize that Putin encouraged, with certain provocative actions, the West to start freezing “suspect assets” of “suspect Russians”, all the while saying out loud oh vey it hurts so much, but in reality rubbing his hands that the rich Russians are being forced to realize that their assets aren’t safer in the west than they are in the east, and should just go back to the damn motherland.

    It would not be impossible for Beijing to play a similar game. Since “decoupling” is already happening, might as well “encourage” wayward Chinamen to go back to the motherland and contribute there the stuff they learned from the decadent imperialists.

    Speaking of such population reshufflings, Boris Johnson’s thing the other day, about being ready to import 3 million oppressed Hong Kongers is brilliant. It both saved China from those who are most uncomfortable being Chinese, and injects a balance into Brit demography. Especially if the Kongers are housed in currently majority-black and majority-paki cities such as Birmingham, they just might make them safer again.

  14. @anon
    Should know in 2 weeks about the spread of coronavirus at these events. Perhaps if enough rioters feel like they have a very bad flu, these rampages will peter out and normal Americans can go out safely and clean up the mess. Early voting should start in August. I hope people vote early in droves this year, so that Antifa doesnt see November 4th as a day to attempt to physically attack conservative-looking voters. I worried they may try this if the election looks close.

    Replies: @Hypnotoad666, @Old and Grumpy

    Should know in 2 weeks about the spread of coronavirus at these events.

    Coronavirus is a hoax. At least the protests/riots put the nail in that coffin.

    • Agree: BB753
    • Replies: @BB753
    @Hypnotoad666

    If covid-19 is as contagious and deadly as they say, many of those rioters should already be showing serious symptoms. And they're not. Also, there's no effect on the rest of the population, other than violence. Hospitals should be overflowing by now but they're not.
    I'd take a covid-19 infection over an angry mob of Blacks anytime.

    , @Testing12
    @Hypnotoad666

    The death numbers from certain corrupt Blue states that had the OCD hypochondriacs among us shitting their pants were certainly a hoax, if there ever was one.

    It was definitely a reminder that some people can be very insightful on one topic and have extremely wrong instincts on others.

  15. @danand

    “He is into Cosplay”
     
    That’s a shame, without this on his record he might have made it onto LAPD. He seems the the kind of over eager type they’re going to soon need.

    This woman on the other hand, taunted San Jose officers for several minutes until they had no choice but to arrest her. It was quite a show from the helicopter’s vantage last Friday afternoon, before things went serious. I’d guess her motivation was to add flavor to her grad school application:

    https://flic.kr/p/2j8iXCY

    Replies: @black sea, @Bardon Kaldian, @The Wild Geese Howard, @Chrisnonymous, @Ray P, @Reg Cæsar, @Anonymous

    This is why we need a, “Delicious,” button.

    • Agree: Not Raul
    • Replies: @Kronos
    @The Wild Geese Howard

    We also need a “Doubt” button.

    https://i.kym-cdn.com/entries/icons/mobile/000/023/021/e02e5ffb5f980cd8262cf7f0ae00a4a9_press-x-to-doubt-memes-memesuper-la-noire-doubt-meme_419-238.jpg

    , @BB753
    @The Wild Geese Howard

    Let's not jump to conclusions, the picture only reveals her ass.

  16. @danand
    My town’s Mayor, berated because she wouldn’t take a knee. I’ve met her, never liked her; but singularly because she made this small stand, she gets my vote:

    https://twitter.com/kamille_elizah/status/1268010708857282561?s=20

    Replies: @Hypnotoad666, @Farenheit, @Almost Missouri

    I like this ritual of forcing politicians to literally “bend the knee” to BLM. It’s so Game of Thrones/Medeviel. It leaves no doubt that the person is willing to abase themselves and pledge fealty to the mob.

    Biden bent the knee. But he may have just been looking for his dentures.

    • Replies: @CMC
    @Hypnotoad666

    Then you might be interested in the results of a search of Twitter for the phrase, ‘false surrender.’

    Replies: @Anonymous

  17. Wife’s sister called, wants to know how to register to vote. She owns a viet restaurant in a large metropolitan area. Will be voting for Trump. All my wife’s friends and family are now Trump supporters. Four years ago they were puzzled that I was voting Trump. Vietnamese both foreign and domestic now enthusiastically support Donald Trump because he pushes back against China. American Vietnamese are appalled at these rioters. Funny to hear English tidbits floating out of their excited phone conversations. Usually they are shouting at each other about the proper way to cook some delicacy, but now the riots have them on edge and they aren’t being politically correct about it. Wife watches viet youtube talkshow videos featuring hot lady anchors in ao dai and serious viet men sporting MAGA hats. At least it’s a departure from the previous non-stop virus coverage, which has evaporated.

  18. Is that some kind of steampunk pilot’s outfit?

  19. Steve Sailer’s hed ftw.

  20. Alt-Wong the model minority!

    Did his parents push him too hard to go to Harvard? Or not hard enough?

    Either way he turned out better than if he had gone to Harvard. We should be thankful Harvard is discriminating against them. America is better off for it. The last thing we need is more Harvard educated virtue signaling fifth columnists.

  21. OT:

    This is… well, just read it for yourselves lolol

    Coronavirus in Sweden: Anguished foreigners call it quits
    Sweden has left residents to decide for themselves how to behave in the COVID-19 pandemic. That’s outraged some foreign residents, who now plan to move away from the country as soon as they can.

    https://www.dw.com/en/coronavirus-in-sweden-anguished-foreigners-call-it-quits/a-53658265

    Who knew that it was this easy, lol

  22. So what do two Wong’s make?

    Two wrongs don’t make a right, but three rights make a left.

  23. @Anonymous

    Final update. Those who know Wong tell me he had good intentions and made a dumb mistake. I’m told he had been posting on FB he’s available to help defend businesses & didn’t get many responses. He is into cosplay and LAPD tells us they don’t believe he intended any harm.
     
    Final final update: He posts here using the screen name "Twinkie."

    Replies: @Anon, @Twinkie

    When I saw this, I thought, who is going to be the first idiot to invoke my pseudonym? You win.

    • Replies: @anon
    @Twinkie

    Twinkie, you are as devastating in your replies as you must be with your Judo/BJJ/firearms. Impressive dude. I always look forward to your no-nonsense posts.

    , @Abe
    @Twinkie


    When I saw this, I thought, who is going to be the first idiot to invoke my pseudonym?
     
    I invoke this guy-

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=QzcXi2irovs&t=1m40s

    Sorry, Twinkie- I love you man!! and in real-life have two Chinese 4-life-friends (i.e. the sort of friends you keep your entire life regardless of how far away you move, how many years it’s been since the last time you’ve seen each other, etc. Wish our culture allowed arranged marriages, in fact, so that I could marry a son to the daughter of one of those Chinese friends and get guaranteed super-genius grandkids).

    The problem with Asian-Americans (especially the guys) is they are TOO GOOD as friends- too nice, too agreeable, too loyal. The temptation to cruelly turn on such niceness out of mere boredom is definitely a white man’s disease-


    Sometimes when a person admires you, you despise him and don’t care.


    Carson McCullers

     

    Replies: @Anon, @Twinkie

    , @Truth
    @Twinkie

    Dawg, I have to admit, I intended to make the joke, but something told me to read the comments first, and he beat me to it.

    Replies: @Marty

  24. @Hypnotoad666
    I don't understand from the post, what did he supposedly do Wong? (bad pun, but serious question).

    Replies: @Twinkie, @Truth

    From that link, it seems he wasn’t instigating any protest – he was trying to blend in with the NG to help. Sailer’s Post made it sound like he was an Antifa ally or something.

    • LOL: Truth
    • Replies: @UK
    @Twinkie

    His heart is in the right place. He saw what he thought was a war threatening his country and he was so keen to volunteer that he skipped the recruitment process, bought his gear himself and Uber'd his own way to the front lines!

    Clearly, he had little insight into his own actions and he will likely have Asperger's or something, but I'd struggle to empathise with anyone who feels badly towards him.

    Replies: @anon

    , @Truth
    @Twinkie

    This dumbass can take Uber to a riot, but not to a recruiting station?

    Replies: @Hibernian

    , @anon
    @Twinkie

    He's the token WN that allows Trumpstein to declare war on whitey.

  25. @anon
    Should know in 2 weeks about the spread of coronavirus at these events. Perhaps if enough rioters feel like they have a very bad flu, these rampages will peter out and normal Americans can go out safely and clean up the mess. Early voting should start in August. I hope people vote early in droves this year, so that Antifa doesnt see November 4th as a day to attempt to physically attack conservative-looking voters. I worried they may try this if the election looks close.

    Replies: @Hypnotoad666, @Old and Grumpy

    Has it struck you that maybe Covid19 was just a flu ruse to prepare for the civil war? Yes that would mean the cop and maybe crook were useful, and paid, for idiots. Neither of which would be a shocker. Cops work for the establishment, and blacks are still rudimentary tools of the establishment.

  26. UK says:
    @Twinkie
    @Hypnotoad666

    https://twitter.com/BillFOXLA/status/1267959513346277377?s=20

    From that link, it seems he wasn’t instigating any protest - he was trying to blend in with the NG to help. Sailer’s Post made it sound like he was an Antifa ally or something.

    Replies: @UK, @Truth, @anon

    His heart is in the right place. He saw what he thought was a war threatening his country and he was so keen to volunteer that he skipped the recruitment process, bought his gear himself and Uber’d his own way to the front lines!

    Clearly, he had little insight into his own actions and he will likely have Asperger’s or something, but I’d struggle to empathise with anyone who feels badly towards him.

    • Agree: Abe
    • Replies: @anon
    @UK

    His heart is in the right place. He saw what he thought was a war threatening his country and he was so keen to volunteer that he skipped the recruitment process, bought his gear himself and Uber’d his own way to the front lines!

    A few years ago, I read a book about the 1930's siege of the Alcazar in Toledo. Lefties and anarchists would take a day trip out from Madrid in a hired car or even a cab, fire off a couple of magazines of Mauser ammo at the building, grab a snack and then go back to town. Ubering to the riot? Maybe an updated version.

    Replies: @Joe Stalin, @Anonymous

  27. The Urban Dictionary entry for “LARP” has a new image file.

  28. This is the right wing version of the “we’re on your side” bros. Hope someone with a soul gets to make the call on this one, but I doubt any public official in California qualifies. If he really got arrested with a weapon without a serial number he is in for some hard times.

    This guy brings to mind Napoleon of Notting Hill, and we need more like him.

  29. @Twinkie
    @Anonymous

    When I saw this, I thought, who is going to be the first idiot to invoke my pseudonym? You win.

    Replies: @anon, @Abe, @Truth

    Twinkie, you are as devastating in your replies as you must be with your Judo/BJJ/firearms. Impressive dude. I always look forward to your no-nonsense posts.

  30. Abe says:
    @Twinkie
    @Anonymous

    When I saw this, I thought, who is going to be the first idiot to invoke my pseudonym? You win.

    Replies: @anon, @Abe, @Truth

    When I saw this, I thought, who is going to be the first idiot to invoke my pseudonym?

    I invoke this guy-

    Sorry, Twinkie- I love you man!! and in real-life have two Chinese 4-life-friends (i.e. the sort of friends you keep your entire life regardless of how far away you move, how many years it’s been since the last time you’ve seen each other, etc. Wish our culture allowed arranged marriages, in fact, so that I could marry a son to the daughter of one of those Chinese friends and get guaranteed super-genius grandkids).

    The problem with Asian-Americans (especially the guys) is they are TOO GOOD as friends- too nice, too agreeable, too loyal. The temptation to cruelly turn on such niceness out of mere boredom is definitely a white man’s disease-

    Sometimes when a person admires you, you despise him and don’t care.


    Carson McCullers

    • Agree: bomag
    • Replies: @Anon
    @Abe

    This is why they can only imitate White accomplishments; for all they do in their insect cooperative way, they ultimately lack that spark of masculine Faustian energy that allows us to create the world.

    They're basically like dogs, always lapping happily and hoping to be noticed. If you kick them sometimes, off they go weep weep but they'll be back again soon.

    The essential soyboy - by tradition!

    Replies: @Twinkie

    , @Twinkie
    @Abe


    The problem with Asian-Americans (especially the guys) is they are TOO GOOD as friends- too nice, too agreeable, too loyal.
     
    I don’t know about all that, but it’s true that the general notion of friendship is different in the U.S. compared to that in East Asia (esp. in Japan and Korea). When my paternal grandmother passed away, it was a very difficult post-war time for my father. His once prosperous family was dispossessed earlier of their land and his father passed away from a broken heart. Others perished in the war and what remained of the family suffered a great deal of hardship during and after the war. When his mother died, my father was in college and couldn’t afford a funeral. So a friend of his, who was undergoing medical training, cleaned her body and prepared her for the funeral.

    When my father was afflicted with cancer, this same friend drove him to the hospital for treatment every time and visited him everyday. Now, that’s a friend for you. They were truly sworn blood-brothers and would have taken a bullet for each other. And he wasn’t the only such friend my father had. (My parents tried to interest me in his daughter as a wife, but that didn’t take, as my heart belonged to another already.)

    In general, I think Americans tend to have wider, but shallower friendships. East Asians typically have fewer friends, but what friends they have tend to be of greater emotional attachment and intimacy. Their friendships tend to be much more tribal, less transactional as is the case in the U.S. However, this is dying out in East Asia too. My mother bemoans that the young people in her country now have much better civic sense and politeness than the older generation, but they don’t have the same kind of friendships and genuine social networks as her generation did. These younger people seem less happy for it.

    Replies: @JMcG

  31. @Twinkie
    @Anonymous

    When I saw this, I thought, who is going to be the first idiot to invoke my pseudonym? You win.

    Replies: @anon, @Abe, @Truth

    Dawg, I have to admit, I intended to make the joke, but something told me to read the comments first, and he beat me to it.

    • Replies: @Marty
    @Truth

    OK now, see, this is how I know Truth isn’t black. If he were, he’d have said, “not gonna lie ...”

    Replies: @Truth

  32. @Hypnotoad666
    I don't understand from the post, what did he supposedly do Wong? (bad pun, but serious question).

    Replies: @Twinkie, @Truth

    He had to have done sum-ting-Wong.

  33. @Twinkie
    @Hypnotoad666

    https://twitter.com/BillFOXLA/status/1267959513346277377?s=20

    From that link, it seems he wasn’t instigating any protest - he was trying to blend in with the NG to help. Sailer’s Post made it sound like he was an Antifa ally or something.

    Replies: @UK, @Truth, @anon

    This dumbass can take Uber to a riot, but not to a recruiting station?

    • Replies: @Hibernian
    @Truth

    He bypassed the stage where they ask you if your Mom and Dad had any kids who lived.

  34. @danand
    My town’s Mayor, berated because she wouldn’t take a knee. I’ve met her, never liked her; but singularly because she made this small stand, she gets my vote:

    https://twitter.com/kamille_elizah/status/1268010708857282561?s=20

    Replies: @Hypnotoad666, @Farenheit, @Almost Missouri

    My Mayor too!! Glad she gave them the finger. You can never give the mob an inch!

  35. @danand
    My town’s Mayor, berated because she wouldn’t take a knee. I’ve met her, never liked her; but singularly because she made this small stand, she gets my vote:

    https://twitter.com/kamille_elizah/status/1268010708857282561?s=20

    Replies: @Hypnotoad666, @Farenheit, @Almost Missouri

    This take-a-knee thing is becoming the new frontline in our amorphous soft Civil War.

    https://summit.news/2020/06/02/video-woman-kneels-on-demand-in-the-street-to-apologize-for-her-white-privilege/

    For men, prepare to choose between getting beaten and getting humiliated. For women, prepare to choose between getting beaten and getting raped.

    The “knee” is coming for you. This is part of the New White Man’s Burden:

    By all ye cry or whisper,
    By all ye leave or do,
    The silent, sullen peoples
    Shall weigh your Gods and you.

    • Replies: @fish
    @Almost Missouri

    Fuck it....he owns her now! We know "who bitch this is?" now don't we!


    Take your bitch and get her off the street so the rest of us don't have to look at her!


    There are days when I think Whiskey has it right.......white women are the worst!

    Replies: @YetAnotherAnon

    , @Anonymous
    @Almost Missouri


    This take-a-knee thing is becoming the new frontline in our amorphous soft Civil War.

    https://summit.news/2020/06/02/video-woman-kneels-on-demand-in-the-street-to-apologize-for-her-white-privilege/
     
    Context is everything: can someone please tell me what American city this (alleged) event is purported to have taken place?

    The article found at the link doesn't give a location, which, to my mind, serves to confirm this is a troll.

    Replies: @Almost Missouri

  36. Have a moment of pity for Mr. Gregory Wong.

    Because somewhere in the dank, dark depths of the Intertubes a meme featuring his image plus the words “All your base…” is slowly evolving.

    Do not presume to ask me how I know this! I sense it. That is all.

  37. @danand

    “He is into Cosplay”
     
    That’s a shame, without this on his record he might have made it onto LAPD. He seems the the kind of over eager type they’re going to soon need.

    This woman on the other hand, taunted San Jose officers for several minutes until they had no choice but to arrest her. It was quite a show from the helicopter’s vantage last Friday afternoon, before things went serious. I’d guess her motivation was to add flavor to her grad school application:

    https://flic.kr/p/2j8iXCY

    Replies: @black sea, @Bardon Kaldian, @The Wild Geese Howard, @Chrisnonymous, @Ray P, @Reg Cæsar, @Anonymous

    Maybe she just wanted to get handcuffed by some men in uniform.

    • Replies: @Almost Missouri
    @Chrisnonymous

    Agree. You can pretty much see she's ovulating.

    Replies: @Not Raul

  38. fish says:
    @Almost Missouri
    @danand

    This take-a-knee thing is becoming the new frontline in our amorphous soft Civil War.

    https://summit.news/2020/06/02/video-woman-kneels-on-demand-in-the-street-to-apologize-for-her-white-privilege/

    For men, prepare to choose between getting beaten and getting humiliated. For women, prepare to choose between getting beaten and getting raped.

    The "knee" is coming for you. This is part of the New White Man's Burden:


    By all ye cry or whisper,
    By all ye leave or do,
    The silent, sullen peoples
    Shall weigh your Gods and you.

     

    Replies: @fish, @Anonymous

    Fuck it….he owns her now! We know “who bitch this is?” now don’t we!

    Take your bitch and get her off the street so the rest of us don’t have to look at her!

    There are days when I think Whiskey has it right…….white women are the worst!

    • Replies: @YetAnotherAnon
    @fish

    Maybe she was scared.

  39. Steve, i think you have it wrong on this guy.
    From what i read he didn’t instigate anything and he’s even former National Guard himself.

    We’ll see if they find anything derogatory about him, but all far it doesn’t look that way.

  40. @danand

    “He is into Cosplay”
     
    That’s a shame, without this on his record he might have made it onto LAPD. He seems the the kind of over eager type they’re going to soon need.

    This woman on the other hand, taunted San Jose officers for several minutes until they had no choice but to arrest her. It was quite a show from the helicopter’s vantage last Friday afternoon, before things went serious. I’d guess her motivation was to add flavor to her grad school application:

    https://flic.kr/p/2j8iXCY

    Replies: @black sea, @Bardon Kaldian, @The Wild Geese Howard, @Chrisnonymous, @Ray P, @Reg Cæsar, @Anonymous

    Obvious film reference:

    • Replies: @anon
    @Ray P

    In that first scene, she looks like a tranny. Tall with no curves and a lot of muscle for a woman. Also hard facial features.

    , @1661er
    @Ray P

    There are a lot Vietnamese Buddhists in San Jose. Some monks need to teach the young protesters how to protest the right way in the old country. Diem and Nhu were soon go after the monk protests the right way without violence and bystanders being incoviented by his protest.

    Of course, this being California, self immolation may be banned by California Air Resources Board. So don't do it on spare the air days.

  41. @Veracitor

    That’s fascinating. There were still, in 1900, people receiving benefits as the spouses of Revolutionary War soldiers.

    I guess the Civil War finally ended.

  42. Anon[223] • Disclaimer says:
    @Abe
    @Twinkie


    When I saw this, I thought, who is going to be the first idiot to invoke my pseudonym?
     
    I invoke this guy-

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=QzcXi2irovs&t=1m40s

    Sorry, Twinkie- I love you man!! and in real-life have two Chinese 4-life-friends (i.e. the sort of friends you keep your entire life regardless of how far away you move, how many years it’s been since the last time you’ve seen each other, etc. Wish our culture allowed arranged marriages, in fact, so that I could marry a son to the daughter of one of those Chinese friends and get guaranteed super-genius grandkids).

    The problem with Asian-Americans (especially the guys) is they are TOO GOOD as friends- too nice, too agreeable, too loyal. The temptation to cruelly turn on such niceness out of mere boredom is definitely a white man’s disease-


    Sometimes when a person admires you, you despise him and don’t care.


    Carson McCullers

     

    Replies: @Anon, @Twinkie

    This is why they can only imitate White accomplishments; for all they do in their insect cooperative way, they ultimately lack that spark of masculine Faustian energy that allows us to create the world.

    They’re basically like dogs, always lapping happily and hoping to be noticed. If you kick them sometimes, off they go weep weep but they’ll be back again soon.

    The essential soyboy – by tradition!

    • Disagree: Abe
    • Replies: @Twinkie
    @Anon


    They’re basically like dogs
     
    Woof! Come closer. I’ll show you what kind of a dog I am. Hope you have a good insurance.
  43. @Hypnotoad666
    @danand

    I like this ritual of forcing politicians to literally "bend the knee" to BLM. It's so Game of Thrones/Medeviel. It leaves no doubt that the person is willing to abase themselves and pledge fealty to the mob.

    Biden bent the knee. But he may have just been looking for his dentures.

    Replies: @CMC

    Then you might be interested in the results of a search of Twitter for the phrase, ‘false surrender.’

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @CMC


    Then you might be interested in the results of a search of Twitter for the phrase, ‘false surrender.’
     
    Thank you for posting that. Though I am loathe to admit it, I had hitherto been unacquainted with that specific facet of treachery and I feel quite badly cheated.

    (I don't mind telling you I am strongly inclined to ask for my school fees back.)

    Worse, my country is widely acknowledged to be something of a pioneer in the treachery field. Ah, well, I suppose I must cope with these newly-evoked feelings of shame and inadequacy as best I can.

    (Perhaps a spot of kneeling would help?)
  44. @Chrisnonymous
    @danand

    Maybe she just wanted to get handcuffed by some men in uniform.

    Replies: @Almost Missouri

    Agree. You can pretty much see she’s ovulating.

    • Replies: @Not Raul
    @Almost Missouri

    Indeed. Look at those shorts!

  45. @Twinkie
    @Hypnotoad666

    https://twitter.com/BillFOXLA/status/1267959513346277377?s=20

    From that link, it seems he wasn’t instigating any protest - he was trying to blend in with the NG to help. Sailer’s Post made it sound like he was an Antifa ally or something.

    Replies: @UK, @Truth, @anon

    He’s the token WN that allows Trumpstein to declare war on whitey.

  46. The poor guy is probably a bit autistic.

  47. @Almost Missouri
    @Chrisnonymous

    Agree. You can pretty much see she's ovulating.

    Replies: @Not Raul

    Indeed. Look at those shorts!

  48. Hey, isn’t that Darryl Musashi from the X-Files episode First Person Shooter?

  49. @black sea
    @danand

    You can't fault her for her choice in clothing.

    Replies: @vhrm, @YetAnotherAnon

    You can’t fault her for her choice in clothing.

    Yeah, that’s some solid tactical gear there. Maybe could have added some heels for increased comfort and mobility.

  50. @fish
    @Almost Missouri

    Fuck it....he owns her now! We know "who bitch this is?" now don't we!


    Take your bitch and get her off the street so the rest of us don't have to look at her!


    There are days when I think Whiskey has it right.......white women are the worst!

    Replies: @YetAnotherAnon

    Maybe she was scared.

  51. Demonstrating progressives, seeing this sexy, uninhibited gal, will even more strongly think that participating enhances their contacts and prospects. They might be right, and that also goes for media and professors, not just demonstrators. I think it was Joan Baez who said, back in the 60s, “Girls say yes to boys who say no.”

  52. @black sea
    @danand

    You can't fault her for her choice in clothing.

    Replies: @vhrm, @YetAnotherAnon

    London, today

  53. @Anon
    @Anonymous


    He posts here using the screen name “Twinkie.”
     
    Please dont make Twinkie mad. He/she is an expert in the marital art of Tai Chi.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    …the marital art of Tai Chi.

    You have just been reported to your municipality’s Domestic Violence bureau.

    • LOL: BB753
    • Replies: @Twinkie
    @Reg Cæsar

    As my wife once said, “It’s healthy for a marriage when the wife is at least little bit scared of her husband.”

  54. Speaking of white and wong, charges have been brought against the other officers involved in Mr Floyd’s arrest. Two of the three have Asian surnames:

    https://www.dnes24.sk/rychle-spravy/usa-prokuratura-vzniesla-obvinenia-voci-4-policajtom-ktori-zatykali-floyda-92808

    Since this incident will have long-term repercussions, we will need a handy adjective. May I suggest Floydoid? (“Floyd” is “son of Lloyd” in Welsh, isn’t it?)

  55. @danand

    “He is into Cosplay”
     
    That’s a shame, without this on his record he might have made it onto LAPD. He seems the the kind of over eager type they’re going to soon need.

    This woman on the other hand, taunted San Jose officers for several minutes until they had no choice but to arrest her. It was quite a show from the helicopter’s vantage last Friday afternoon, before things went serious. I’d guess her motivation was to add flavor to her grad school application:

    https://flic.kr/p/2j8iXCY

    Replies: @black sea, @Bardon Kaldian, @The Wild Geese Howard, @Chrisnonymous, @Ray P, @Reg Cæsar, @Anonymous

    I’d guess her motivation was to add flavor to her grad school application:

    When in the Cedar-Riverside district of Minneapolis years ago, I got to witness a Mumia protest parade of about thirty people. (Mumia? Did I say “years ago”? I meant “ages ago”.)

    Cedar-Riverside had already transitioned from academic-hippie to African refugee vibe by that time. (It’s no scruffier.) From Bob Dylan to Mohammed Noor (the politician, not the cop. They don’t have that many names to choose from.)

    Every single one of the marchers was white, except for one Asian girl. The Africans mostly ignored them. Mumia’s African name was of no help to him here.

    As for the girl, I thought, adoptee, or girlfriend? I hadn’t thought of a picture for the application essay.

    You always miss something. That’s what fora like these are fora.

    • Replies: @JMcG
    @Reg Cæsar

    The current DA of Philadelphia, a Soros acolyte (spit) is doing everything he can to spring Mumia. Id say the odds are nearly 90% in that sc**bag’s favor now.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

  56. anon[267] • Disclaimer says:
    @UK
    @Twinkie

    His heart is in the right place. He saw what he thought was a war threatening his country and he was so keen to volunteer that he skipped the recruitment process, bought his gear himself and Uber'd his own way to the front lines!

    Clearly, he had little insight into his own actions and he will likely have Asperger's or something, but I'd struggle to empathise with anyone who feels badly towards him.

    Replies: @anon

    His heart is in the right place. He saw what he thought was a war threatening his country and he was so keen to volunteer that he skipped the recruitment process, bought his gear himself and Uber’d his own way to the front lines!

    A few years ago, I read a book about the 1930’s siege of the Alcazar in Toledo. Lefties and anarchists would take a day trip out from Madrid in a hired car or even a cab, fire off a couple of magazines of Mauser ammo at the building, grab a snack and then go back to town. Ubering to the riot? Maybe an updated version.

    • Replies: @Joe Stalin
    @anon

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sbOdF-5dk_E

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nOMXrriLZc4

    , @Anonymous
    @anon


    A few years ago, I read a book about the 1930’s siege of the Alcazar in Toledo. Lefties and anarchists would take a day trip out from Madrid in a hired car or even a cab, fire off a couple of magazines of Mauser ammo at the building, grab a snack and then go back to town. Ubering to the riot? Maybe an updated version.
     
    It's funny you should use the phrase "updated version," because upon hearing of Uber being utilised in such a paramilitary context, I immediately thought of this:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Renault_Taxi_de_la_Marne

    Siege of the Alcazar, eh? I must look that up. It sounds vaguely familiar, though I suspect I am conflating it with the Siege of Sidney Street, somehow. God only knows why.
  57. @Truth
    @Twinkie

    Dawg, I have to admit, I intended to make the joke, but something told me to read the comments first, and he beat me to it.

    Replies: @Marty

    OK now, see, this is how I know Truth isn’t black. If he were, he’d have said, “not gonna lie …”

    • Replies: @Truth
    @Marty

    "Not gonna lie" is more of a southern/midwestern regionalism than GAE (General American Ebonics).

    For instance, East Coast black people would tend to call you "B", "Son", "Money", or "Black (if, of course, you were).

    West Coasters tend to call you "G", "Dawg", or Cuz (short for "crip" , Or "blood" depending upon one's neighborhood.

    Southerners would be more likely to call you "podna (partner)" "cuh (cousin),", "bruh (brother) etc.

    Now, as the "community has become more connected via the WWW, these regionalisms have started to disappear, but they still exist.

    Replies: @anon, @Testing12

  58. @Reg Cæsar
    @danand


    I’d guess her motivation was to add flavor to her grad school application:

     

    When in the Cedar-Riverside district of Minneapolis years ago, I got to witness a Mumia protest parade of about thirty people. (Mumia? Did I say "years ago"? I meant "ages ago".)

    Cedar-Riverside had already transitioned from academic-hippie to African refugee vibe by that time. (It's no scruffier.) From Bob Dylan to Mohammed Noor (the politician, not the cop. They don't have that many names to choose from.)

    Every single one of the marchers was white, except for one Asian girl. The Africans mostly ignored them. Mumia's African name was of no help to him here.

    As for the girl, I thought, adoptee, or girlfriend? I hadn't thought of a picture for the application essay.

    You always miss something. That's what fora like these are fora.

    Replies: @JMcG

    The current DA of Philadelphia, a Soros acolyte (spit) is doing everything he can to spring Mumia. Id say the odds are nearly 90% in that sc**bag’s favor now.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @JMcG


    The current DA of Philadelphia, a Soros acolyte (spit) is doing everything he can to spring Mumia. Id say the odds are nearly 90% in that sc**bag’s favor now.

     

    Soros's secretary-of-state project was successful in many states, because voters pay little attention to that office. But it's more important than you think. Especially in Minnesota, where George's boy Mark Ritchie oversaw two very tight recounts.

    Replies: @Jim Don Bob

  59. @The Wild Geese Howard
    @danand

    This is why we need a, "Delicious," button.

    Replies: @Kronos, @BB753

    We also need a “Doubt” button.

  60. Anonymous[387] • Disclaimer says:
    @danand

    “He is into Cosplay”
     
    That’s a shame, without this on his record he might have made it onto LAPD. He seems the the kind of over eager type they’re going to soon need.

    This woman on the other hand, taunted San Jose officers for several minutes until they had no choice but to arrest her. It was quite a show from the helicopter’s vantage last Friday afternoon, before things went serious. I’d guess her motivation was to add flavor to her grad school application:

    https://flic.kr/p/2j8iXCY

    Replies: @black sea, @Bardon Kaldian, @The Wild Geese Howard, @Chrisnonymous, @Ray P, @Reg Cæsar, @Anonymous

    That’s a shame, without this on his record he might have made it onto LAPD. He seems the the kind of over eager type they’re going to soon need.

    This woman on the other hand, taunted San Jose officers for several minutes until they had no choice but to arrest her.

    Speaking of over-eager types and San Jose, am I the only Unz reader following the Jared Yuen story with interest?

    At first, I was under the impression that, after muttering a few crowd-appeasing platitudes, the chief of the SJPD was going to stand by him unreservedly. However, it now seems he has been “placed on leave” pending an investigation. Is this cause for worry, do you think? Or merely window-dressing?

    The reason I mention it is because it has struck me that this event marks the first time ever I have found myself harboring a strong desire that a police investigation of any kind be a mere whitewash. I can only hope that the SJPD will realise could do with a few “over eager” types like Mr. Yuen right now and won’t stir a finger against him.

    • Replies: @danand
    @Anonymous


    "However, it now seems he has been “placed on leave” pending an investigation. Is this cause for worry, do you think? Or merely window-dressing?"
     
    #387, I can't get a direct answer, but it appears officer Yuen is working "desk duty" for the time being. With luck he'll be out there again after/if this all blows over.
    , @Menes
    @Anonymous


    Speaking of over-eager types and San Jose, am I the only Unz reader following the Jared Yuen story with interest?
     
    That little prick is clearly a trigger-happy psychopath. He gratuitously shoved another cop (probably one of the good guys) before he charged. It will be a travesty if Yuen is not fired. He ought to be replaced with another asian cop, who has been properly vetted.

    He got paid $225,000 in 2019! If cops are making that kind of money why aren't more good guys joining?

    https://www.asian-dawn.com/2020/06/01/officer-jared-yuen-removed-from-street-duty/

    This whole saga began Friday during protests in San Jose. Two videos surfaced on Twitter, showing Officer Yuen smiling and seemed really happy about confronting protestors. He can be heard saying “Let’s get this motherfu*ker.”

    Yuen’s demeanor angered some protestors, with one saying “This is funny to them, they’re having a blast, they have smiles on their faces.”

    In a second video, a lady can be heard asking Officer Yuen “Why are you on that side?” To which Officer Yuen replied, “Shut up, bi*ch!”

    Seconds later, Yuen decided to reach around an officer in front of him and fired a crowd control projectile point-blank-range at a random protestor. This pretty much signaled to the rest of the police force to charge, which they did.
     
  61. @JMcG
    @Reg Cæsar

    The current DA of Philadelphia, a Soros acolyte (spit) is doing everything he can to spring Mumia. Id say the odds are nearly 90% in that sc**bag’s favor now.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    The current DA of Philadelphia, a Soros acolyte (spit) is doing everything he can to spring Mumia. Id say the odds are nearly 90% in that sc**bag’s favor now.

    Soros’s secretary-of-state project was successful in many states, because voters pay little attention to that office. But it’s more important than you think. Especially in Minnesota, where George’s boy Mark Ritchie oversaw two very tight recounts.

    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob
    @Reg Cæsar


    Soros’s secretary-of-state project was successful in many states, because voters pay little attention to that office. But it’s more important than you think. Especially in Minnesota, where George’s boy Mark Ritchie oversaw two very tight recounts.
     
    And one of those recounts elected Al Franken. Norm Coleman was ahead on Election Day but they kept "finding" votes (some in the trunk of a poll worker's car) and each time the found votes went mostly to Al.

    Soros has a new project - elect pinko D.As. He got Chesea Boudin (sp?) elected in SF, some nut in Philly, and a public defender in Arlington Virginia who accused a cop of brutality for shooting a guy. The cop needed 26 stitches afterwards.

    These are the people who will no bill the Antifa scum who throw Molotov cocktails into police cars. And they're just getting warmed up.

    Anybody wanna guess the over-under on how many of these Antifa criminals do any serious jail time? I doubt it will break 3 digits.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

  62. @Marty
    @Truth

    OK now, see, this is how I know Truth isn’t black. If he were, he’d have said, “not gonna lie ...”

    Replies: @Truth

    “Not gonna lie” is more of a southern/midwestern regionalism than GAE (General American Ebonics).

    For instance, East Coast black people would tend to call you “B”, “Son”, “Money”, or “Black (if, of course, you were).

    West Coasters tend to call you “G”, “Dawg”, or Cuz (short for “crip” , Or “blood” depending upon one’s neighborhood.

    Southerners would be more likely to call you “podna (partner)” “cuh (cousin),”, “bruh (brother) etc.

    Now, as the “community has become more connected via the WWW, these regionalisms have started to disappear, but they still exist.

    • Thanks: Jenner Ickham Errican
    • Replies: @anon
    @Truth

    lol

    https://tvseriesfinale.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/steve-urkel-family-matters.jpg

    , @Testing12
    @Truth

    Your characterization of "east coast" black people dialect is specific to nyc, it is by no means "east coast". In philly you are a "buhl" (corrupted "boy") if you are a guy and a "jawn" if you are a woman, place or thing.

    Replies: @Truth

  63. @Reg Cæsar
    @JMcG


    The current DA of Philadelphia, a Soros acolyte (spit) is doing everything he can to spring Mumia. Id say the odds are nearly 90% in that sc**bag’s favor now.

     

    Soros's secretary-of-state project was successful in many states, because voters pay little attention to that office. But it's more important than you think. Especially in Minnesota, where George's boy Mark Ritchie oversaw two very tight recounts.

    Replies: @Jim Don Bob

    Soros’s secretary-of-state project was successful in many states, because voters pay little attention to that office. But it’s more important than you think. Especially in Minnesota, where George’s boy Mark Ritchie oversaw two very tight recounts.

    And one of those recounts elected Al Franken. Norm Coleman was ahead on Election Day but they kept “finding” votes (some in the trunk of a poll worker’s car) and each time the found votes went mostly to Al.

    Soros has a new project – elect pinko D.As. He got Chesea Boudin (sp?) elected in SF, some nut in Philly, and a public defender in Arlington Virginia who accused a cop of brutality for shooting a guy. The cop needed 26 stitches afterwards.

    These are the people who will no bill the Antifa scum who throw Molotov cocktails into police cars. And they’re just getting warmed up.

    Anybody wanna guess the over-under on how many of these Antifa criminals do any serious jail time? I doubt it will break 3 digits.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Jim Don Bob


    Soros has a new project – elect pinko D.As. He got Chesea Boudin (sp?) elected in SF
     
    This is highly ironic, as Chesa's parents were accessories to an armed robbery that killed a black cop, Waverly Brown.


    I never tire of pointing out that Barack Obama's political career started in Chesa Boudin's living room. You can look it up.
  64. Anonymous[387] • Disclaimer says:
    @Almost Missouri
    @danand

    This take-a-knee thing is becoming the new frontline in our amorphous soft Civil War.

    https://summit.news/2020/06/02/video-woman-kneels-on-demand-in-the-street-to-apologize-for-her-white-privilege/

    For men, prepare to choose between getting beaten and getting humiliated. For women, prepare to choose between getting beaten and getting raped.

    The "knee" is coming for you. This is part of the New White Man's Burden:


    By all ye cry or whisper,
    By all ye leave or do,
    The silent, sullen peoples
    Shall weigh your Gods and you.

     

    Replies: @fish, @Anonymous

    This take-a-knee thing is becoming the new frontline in our amorphous soft Civil War.

    https://summit.news/2020/06/02/video-woman-kneels-on-demand-in-the-street-to-apologize-for-her-white-privilege/

    Context is everything: can someone please tell me what American city this (alleged) event is purported to have taken place?

    The article found at the link doesn’t give a location, which, to my mind, serves to confirm this is a troll.

    • Replies: @Almost Missouri
    @Anonymous

    https://twitter.com/MattWalshBlog/status/1268876063255465987

  65. @Ray P
    @danand

    Obvious film reference:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0A-2N5emW7A

    Replies: @anon, @1661er

    In that first scene, she looks like a tranny. Tall with no curves and a lot of muscle for a woman. Also hard facial features.

  66. @Truth
    @Twinkie

    This dumbass can take Uber to a riot, but not to a recruiting station?

    Replies: @Hibernian

    He bypassed the stage where they ask you if your Mom and Dad had any kids who lived.

  67. @Truth
    @Marty

    "Not gonna lie" is more of a southern/midwestern regionalism than GAE (General American Ebonics).

    For instance, East Coast black people would tend to call you "B", "Son", "Money", or "Black (if, of course, you were).

    West Coasters tend to call you "G", "Dawg", or Cuz (short for "crip" , Or "blood" depending upon one's neighborhood.

    Southerners would be more likely to call you "podna (partner)" "cuh (cousin),", "bruh (brother) etc.

    Now, as the "community has become more connected via the WWW, these regionalisms have started to disappear, but they still exist.

    Replies: @anon, @Testing12

    lol

  68. @Hypnotoad666
    @anon


    Should know in 2 weeks about the spread of coronavirus at these events.
     
    Coronavirus is a hoax. At least the protests/riots put the nail in that coffin.

    Replies: @BB753, @Testing12

    If covid-19 is as contagious and deadly as they say, many of those rioters should already be showing serious symptoms. And they’re not. Also, there’s no effect on the rest of the population, other than violence. Hospitals should be overflowing by now but they’re not.
    I’d take a covid-19 infection over an angry mob of Blacks anytime.

  69. @anon
    @UK

    His heart is in the right place. He saw what he thought was a war threatening his country and he was so keen to volunteer that he skipped the recruitment process, bought his gear himself and Uber’d his own way to the front lines!

    A few years ago, I read a book about the 1930's siege of the Alcazar in Toledo. Lefties and anarchists would take a day trip out from Madrid in a hired car or even a cab, fire off a couple of magazines of Mauser ammo at the building, grab a snack and then go back to town. Ubering to the riot? Maybe an updated version.

    Replies: @Joe Stalin, @Anonymous

  70. Anonymous[387] • Disclaimer says:
    @CMC
    @Hypnotoad666

    Then you might be interested in the results of a search of Twitter for the phrase, ‘false surrender.’

    Replies: @Anonymous

    Then you might be interested in the results of a search of Twitter for the phrase, ‘false surrender.’

    Thank you for posting that. Though I am loathe to admit it, I had hitherto been unacquainted with that specific facet of treachery and I feel quite badly cheated.

    (I don’t mind telling you I am strongly inclined to ask for my school fees back.)

    Worse, my country is widely acknowledged to be something of a pioneer in the treachery field. Ah, well, I suppose I must cope with these newly-evoked feelings of shame and inadequacy as best I can.

    (Perhaps a spot of kneeling would help?)

  71. Mr Wong looks pretty fancy in all his gear. He’s not kitted out for street fighting in modern 4GW, though. Best to be surreptitious rather than looking like an extra in ‘The Running Man’ from the 80s.

  72. @Ray P
    @danand

    Obvious film reference:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0A-2N5emW7A

    Replies: @anon, @1661er

    There are a lot Vietnamese Buddhists in San Jose. Some monks need to teach the young protesters how to protest the right way in the old country. Diem and Nhu were soon go after the monk protests the right way without violence and bystanders being incoviented by his protest.

    Of course, this being California, self immolation may be banned by California Air Resources Board. So don’t do it on spare the air days.

  73. @Hypnotoad666
    @anon


    Should know in 2 weeks about the spread of coronavirus at these events.
     
    Coronavirus is a hoax. At least the protests/riots put the nail in that coffin.

    Replies: @BB753, @Testing12

    The death numbers from certain corrupt Blue states that had the OCD hypochondriacs among us shitting their pants were certainly a hoax, if there ever was one.

    It was definitely a reminder that some people can be very insightful on one topic and have extremely wrong instincts on others.

  74. @Truth
    @Marty

    "Not gonna lie" is more of a southern/midwestern regionalism than GAE (General American Ebonics).

    For instance, East Coast black people would tend to call you "B", "Son", "Money", or "Black (if, of course, you were).

    West Coasters tend to call you "G", "Dawg", or Cuz (short for "crip" , Or "blood" depending upon one's neighborhood.

    Southerners would be more likely to call you "podna (partner)" "cuh (cousin),", "bruh (brother) etc.

    Now, as the "community has become more connected via the WWW, these regionalisms have started to disappear, but they still exist.

    Replies: @anon, @Testing12

    Your characterization of “east coast” black people dialect is specific to nyc, it is by no means “east coast”. In philly you are a “buhl” (corrupted “boy”) if you are a guy and a “jawn” if you are a woman, place or thing.

    • Replies: @Truth
    @Testing12

    This is accurate, I was kind of keeping it simple. There are very specific regionalisms for Atlanta, Miami, New Orleans, Houston, The general deep south and Oakland as well. But anyway, +1.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

  75. Anonymous[387] • Disclaimer says:
    @anon
    @UK

    His heart is in the right place. He saw what he thought was a war threatening his country and he was so keen to volunteer that he skipped the recruitment process, bought his gear himself and Uber’d his own way to the front lines!

    A few years ago, I read a book about the 1930's siege of the Alcazar in Toledo. Lefties and anarchists would take a day trip out from Madrid in a hired car or even a cab, fire off a couple of magazines of Mauser ammo at the building, grab a snack and then go back to town. Ubering to the riot? Maybe an updated version.

    Replies: @Joe Stalin, @Anonymous

    A few years ago, I read a book about the 1930’s siege of the Alcazar in Toledo. Lefties and anarchists would take a day trip out from Madrid in a hired car or even a cab, fire off a couple of magazines of Mauser ammo at the building, grab a snack and then go back to town. Ubering to the riot? Maybe an updated version.

    It’s funny you should use the phrase “updated version,” because upon hearing of Uber being utilised in such a paramilitary context, I immediately thought of this:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Renault_Taxi_de_la_Marne

    Siege of the Alcazar, eh? I must look that up. It sounds vaguely familiar, though I suspect I am conflating it with the Siege of Sidney Street, somehow. God only knows why.

  76. @Testing12
    @Truth

    Your characterization of "east coast" black people dialect is specific to nyc, it is by no means "east coast". In philly you are a "buhl" (corrupted "boy") if you are a guy and a "jawn" if you are a woman, place or thing.

    Replies: @Truth

    This is accurate, I was kind of keeping it simple. There are very specific regionalisms for Atlanta, Miami, New Orleans, Houston, The general deep south and Oakland as well. But anyway, +1.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Truth


    There are very specific regionalisms for Atlanta, Miami, New Orleans, Houston
     
    All those cities are featured in this tour guide, as is Oakland:


    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=GJGAZSkxQ2k
  77. @Veracitor

    The 200+ staff at the Office for Civil War Pensions will soon be out of a job.

  78. @Jim Don Bob
    @Reg Cæsar


    Soros’s secretary-of-state project was successful in many states, because voters pay little attention to that office. But it’s more important than you think. Especially in Minnesota, where George’s boy Mark Ritchie oversaw two very tight recounts.
     
    And one of those recounts elected Al Franken. Norm Coleman was ahead on Election Day but they kept "finding" votes (some in the trunk of a poll worker's car) and each time the found votes went mostly to Al.

    Soros has a new project - elect pinko D.As. He got Chesea Boudin (sp?) elected in SF, some nut in Philly, and a public defender in Arlington Virginia who accused a cop of brutality for shooting a guy. The cop needed 26 stitches afterwards.

    These are the people who will no bill the Antifa scum who throw Molotov cocktails into police cars. And they're just getting warmed up.

    Anybody wanna guess the over-under on how many of these Antifa criminals do any serious jail time? I doubt it will break 3 digits.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    Soros has a new project – elect pinko D.As. He got Chesea Boudin (sp?) elected in SF

    This is highly ironic, as Chesa’s parents were accessories to an armed robbery that killed a black cop, Waverly Brown.

    I never tire of pointing out that Barack Obama’s political career started in Chesa Boudin’s living room. You can look it up.

  79. @Truth
    @Testing12

    This is accurate, I was kind of keeping it simple. There are very specific regionalisms for Atlanta, Miami, New Orleans, Houston, The general deep south and Oakland as well. But anyway, +1.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    There are very specific regionalisms for Atlanta, Miami, New Orleans, Houston

    All those cities are featured in this tour guide, as is Oakland:

  80. @Reg Cæsar
    @Anon


    ...the marital art of Tai Chi.
     
    You have just been reported to your municipality's Domestic Violence bureau.

    Replies: @Twinkie

    As my wife once said, “It’s healthy for a marriage when the wife is at least little bit scared of her husband.”

  81. @Anon
    @Abe

    This is why they can only imitate White accomplishments; for all they do in their insect cooperative way, they ultimately lack that spark of masculine Faustian energy that allows us to create the world.

    They're basically like dogs, always lapping happily and hoping to be noticed. If you kick them sometimes, off they go weep weep but they'll be back again soon.

    The essential soyboy - by tradition!

    Replies: @Twinkie

    They’re basically like dogs

    Woof! Come closer. I’ll show you what kind of a dog I am. Hope you have a good insurance.

  82. @Abe
    @Twinkie


    When I saw this, I thought, who is going to be the first idiot to invoke my pseudonym?
     
    I invoke this guy-

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=QzcXi2irovs&t=1m40s

    Sorry, Twinkie- I love you man!! and in real-life have two Chinese 4-life-friends (i.e. the sort of friends you keep your entire life regardless of how far away you move, how many years it’s been since the last time you’ve seen each other, etc. Wish our culture allowed arranged marriages, in fact, so that I could marry a son to the daughter of one of those Chinese friends and get guaranteed super-genius grandkids).

    The problem with Asian-Americans (especially the guys) is they are TOO GOOD as friends- too nice, too agreeable, too loyal. The temptation to cruelly turn on such niceness out of mere boredom is definitely a white man’s disease-


    Sometimes when a person admires you, you despise him and don’t care.


    Carson McCullers

     

    Replies: @Anon, @Twinkie

    The problem with Asian-Americans (especially the guys) is they are TOO GOOD as friends- too nice, too agreeable, too loyal.

    I don’t know about all that, but it’s true that the general notion of friendship is different in the U.S. compared to that in East Asia (esp. in Japan and Korea). When my paternal grandmother passed away, it was a very difficult post-war time for my father. His once prosperous family was dispossessed earlier of their land and his father passed away from a broken heart. Others perished in the war and what remained of the family suffered a great deal of hardship during and after the war. When his mother died, my father was in college and couldn’t afford a funeral. So a friend of his, who was undergoing medical training, cleaned her body and prepared her for the funeral.

    When my father was afflicted with cancer, this same friend drove him to the hospital for treatment every time and visited him everyday. Now, that’s a friend for you. They were truly sworn blood-brothers and would have taken a bullet for each other. And he wasn’t the only such friend my father had. (My parents tried to interest me in his daughter as a wife, but that didn’t take, as my heart belonged to another already.)

    In general, I think Americans tend to have wider, but shallower friendships. East Asians typically have fewer friends, but what friends they have tend to be of greater emotional attachment and intimacy. Their friendships tend to be much more tribal, less transactional as is the case in the U.S. However, this is dying out in East Asia too. My mother bemoans that the young people in her country now have much better civic sense and politeness than the older generation, but they don’t have the same kind of friendships and genuine social networks as her generation did. These younger people seem less happy for it.

    • Replies: @JMcG
    @Twinkie

    A friend will help you move. A true friend will help you move a body.

    Replies: @Twinkie

  83. @The Wild Geese Howard
    @danand

    This is why we need a, "Delicious," button.

    Replies: @Kronos, @BB753

    Let’s not jump to conclusions, the picture only reveals her ass.

  84. @Twinkie
    @Abe


    The problem with Asian-Americans (especially the guys) is they are TOO GOOD as friends- too nice, too agreeable, too loyal.
     
    I don’t know about all that, but it’s true that the general notion of friendship is different in the U.S. compared to that in East Asia (esp. in Japan and Korea). When my paternal grandmother passed away, it was a very difficult post-war time for my father. His once prosperous family was dispossessed earlier of their land and his father passed away from a broken heart. Others perished in the war and what remained of the family suffered a great deal of hardship during and after the war. When his mother died, my father was in college and couldn’t afford a funeral. So a friend of his, who was undergoing medical training, cleaned her body and prepared her for the funeral.

    When my father was afflicted with cancer, this same friend drove him to the hospital for treatment every time and visited him everyday. Now, that’s a friend for you. They were truly sworn blood-brothers and would have taken a bullet for each other. And he wasn’t the only such friend my father had. (My parents tried to interest me in his daughter as a wife, but that didn’t take, as my heart belonged to another already.)

    In general, I think Americans tend to have wider, but shallower friendships. East Asians typically have fewer friends, but what friends they have tend to be of greater emotional attachment and intimacy. Their friendships tend to be much more tribal, less transactional as is the case in the U.S. However, this is dying out in East Asia too. My mother bemoans that the young people in her country now have much better civic sense and politeness than the older generation, but they don’t have the same kind of friendships and genuine social networks as her generation did. These younger people seem less happy for it.

    Replies: @JMcG

    A friend will help you move. A true friend will help you move a body.

    • Agree: Johann Ricke
    • Replies: @Twinkie
    @JMcG


    A true friend will help you move a body.
     
    No, a real friend will be of comfort for you, so you don’t get to that point and will dissuade you from the abyss.
  85. @JMcG
    @Twinkie

    A friend will help you move. A true friend will help you move a body.

    Replies: @Twinkie

    A true friend will help you move a body.

    No, a real friend will be of comfort for you, so you don’t get to that point and will dissuade you from the abyss.

    • Agree: JMcG
  86. @Anonymous
    @danand


    That’s a shame, without this on his record he might have made it onto LAPD. He seems the the kind of over eager type they’re going to soon need.

    This woman on the other hand, taunted San Jose officers for several minutes until they had no choice but to arrest her.
     
    Speaking of over-eager types and San Jose, am I the only Unz reader following the Jared Yuen story with interest?

    At first, I was under the impression that, after muttering a few crowd-appeasing platitudes, the chief of the SJPD was going to stand by him unreservedly. However, it now seems he has been "placed on leave" pending an investigation. Is this cause for worry, do you think? Or merely window-dressing?

    The reason I mention it is because it has struck me that this event marks the first time ever I have found myself harboring a strong desire that a police investigation of any kind be a mere whitewash. I can only hope that the SJPD will realise could do with a few "over eager" types like Mr. Yuen right now and won't stir a finger against him.

    Replies: @danand, @Menes

    “However, it now seems he has been “placed on leave” pending an investigation. Is this cause for worry, do you think? Or merely window-dressing?”

    #387, I can’t get a direct answer, but it appears officer Yuen is working “desk duty” for the time being. With luck he’ll be out there again after/if this all blows over.

  87. @Anonymous
    @danand


    That’s a shame, without this on his record he might have made it onto LAPD. He seems the the kind of over eager type they’re going to soon need.

    This woman on the other hand, taunted San Jose officers for several minutes until they had no choice but to arrest her.
     
    Speaking of over-eager types and San Jose, am I the only Unz reader following the Jared Yuen story with interest?

    At first, I was under the impression that, after muttering a few crowd-appeasing platitudes, the chief of the SJPD was going to stand by him unreservedly. However, it now seems he has been "placed on leave" pending an investigation. Is this cause for worry, do you think? Or merely window-dressing?

    The reason I mention it is because it has struck me that this event marks the first time ever I have found myself harboring a strong desire that a police investigation of any kind be a mere whitewash. I can only hope that the SJPD will realise could do with a few "over eager" types like Mr. Yuen right now and won't stir a finger against him.

    Replies: @danand, @Menes

    Speaking of over-eager types and San Jose, am I the only Unz reader following the Jared Yuen story with interest?

    That little prick is clearly a trigger-happy psychopath. He gratuitously shoved another cop (probably one of the good guys) before he charged. It will be a travesty if Yuen is not fired. He ought to be replaced with another asian cop, who has been properly vetted.

    He got paid $225,000 in 2019! If cops are making that kind of money why aren’t more good guys joining?

    https://www.asian-dawn.com/2020/06/01/officer-jared-yuen-removed-from-street-duty/

    This whole saga began Friday during protests in San Jose. Two videos surfaced on Twitter, showing Officer Yuen smiling and seemed really happy about confronting protestors. He can be heard saying “Let’s get this motherfu*ker.”

    Yuen’s demeanor angered some protestors, with one saying “This is funny to them, they’re having a blast, they have smiles on their faces.”

    In a second video, a lady can be heard asking Officer Yuen “Why are you on that side?” To which Officer Yuen replied, “Shut up, bi*ch!”

    Seconds later, Yuen decided to reach around an officer in front of him and fired a crowd control projectile point-blank-range at a random protestor. This pretty much signaled to the rest of the police force to charge, which they did.

  88. @Anonymous
    @Almost Missouri


    This take-a-knee thing is becoming the new frontline in our amorphous soft Civil War.

    https://summit.news/2020/06/02/video-woman-kneels-on-demand-in-the-street-to-apologize-for-her-white-privilege/
     
    Context is everything: can someone please tell me what American city this (alleged) event is purported to have taken place?

    The article found at the link doesn't give a location, which, to my mind, serves to confirm this is a troll.

    Replies: @Almost Missouri

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