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… But not all Americans agree that white supremacy is the “most lethal terrorist threat to the homeland today,” as Biden said. Nearly half — 48 percent — of U.S. adults disagree with that statement, including 88 percent of Republicans and 55 percent of independents. …

 
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  1. Way, way fewer than 50% of Americans watch the PBS news hour. I’m sure that’s the root of the problem here.

    • Agree: Alden
    • Replies: @Alden
    @Achmed E. Newman

    It’s not a news hour anyway. It’s Propaganda Bolsheviki Station hour.

    Replies: @Getaclue

  2. I’m sure PBS is glad to know Paul Ryan is in their camp.

    • Agree: Polistra
    • Replies: @Hibernian
    @Curle

    Ryan is no Bill Weld or John Kasich.

    Replies: @Curle

  3. Leaving aside that the alleged Floyd “killing” was by an Asian a black and 2 whites. Why does PBS along with most of the western world assume that the death of Floyd involved race at all? Can we all acknowledge that this is 100% projection?

    OT-Steve, can you please cover the meltdown of the cult of Fauci? It’s happening right now in real time. Tucker pointed out tonight that he’s suddenly using systemic racism to deflect from the Nicholas Wade article. He’s clearly on the run.

    • Replies: @BenKenobi
    @Redman

    George Floyd was the first person EVER to have died infected with Covid (pbuh) but not have his cause of death listed as Covid (pbuh). What gives?

    , @ChrisZ
    @Redman

    Redman, it wouldn't be the first time Dr. Fauci has come under fire--nor the first time he gave indication of a certain brittleness of character.

    Fauci was one of the first public figures in my memory to buckle under the full onslaught of gay activism. This was back in the late 1980s, at the height of the AIDS crisis, when Fauci oversaw, and was the public face of, HIV research at the NIH. As such he was responsible for allocating (or advocating for) government funding. But his promotion of AIDS research over other health concerns was deemed insufficiently avid by gays, and he was subjected to a campaign of personal vilification.

    You can get a feel for what Fauci was subjected to in this "open letter" that gay playwright Larry Kramer published in the San Francisco Chronicle, in which Fauci is labelled a murderer who should be put before a firing squad:

    https://aep.lib.rochester.edu/node/49111

    It all must have been terrifying to a rather mild-mannered researcher and bureaucrat. Very quickly Fauci acquiesced to the hysteria, changed his tune completely, and began a very public "redemption" campaign to boost AIDS funding and to make research into its treatment the nation's number one health priority. I was a kid at the time, but the public turnabout, and its cause, left an impression on me that resurfaced last year, when Fauci was once again thrust into the public spotlight. It made me wary that here was a guy whose judgments as both an administrator and scientist had once proved vulnerable to public pressure. I was therefore not surprise at points in our current crisis when his recommendations seemed to have a mercurial quality.

    I was also not surprised to see that the earlier crisis of his career received hardly any comment in the press. In a quick search, I did find one Washington Post article from last year, which recalls the events of 30 years ago:

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/history/2020/05/20/fauci-aids-nih-coronavirus/

    However, the article is a perfect specimen of the "Who-Whom" style of journalism with which we're all familiar on this forum. You can see in it how the historical record has been acknowledged, but recast, to turn it into a big misunderstanding between the two mutually-loving, virtuous parties of young Dr. Fauci and '80s-era gay activists.

    The whole episode is an object lesson in how the Left lavishly rewards its targeted "enemies," when they abjectly surrender and convert. Dr. Fauci spent the 1990s lionized by the gay community, and even became the inspiration for a character in a Larry Kramer play. His career prospered following his conversion, and his reputation was burnished by the Left's house organs, as the above Post article attests.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @AnotherDad

  4. Be interesting to see the racial breakdown of that poll.

    • Replies: @vhrm
    @anon


    Be interesting to see the racial breakdown of that poll.
     
    Then click the link in the tweet and read the article...

    actually it's not in the text but you can feast your eyes upon this image:
    https://d3i6fh83elv35t.cloudfront.net/static/2021/05/white-supremacy-threat-rev-1200x900.png

    Replies: @Art Deco, @anon, @Forbes

  5. If it’s split 33-33-33, then the story is telling us that only 1% of Democrats don’t believe this insane lie.

    Surely somewhere from 20 to 50% of Democrats don’t believe this bullshit.

  6. I’m amazed that 52% do believe it.

    • Replies: @Desiderius
    @International Jew

    You’ve got work to do at the Country Club or schul or wherever. Serious as a heart attack.

    https://twitter.com/Heminator/status/1394462226879328258?s=20

    This isn’t bananas it’s genocidal.

    Replies: @Charon, @anon, @Forbes

    , @AnotherDad
    @International Jew


    I’m amazed that 52% do believe it.
     
    We are separate peoples now. And need to be in separate nations.

    The minoritarian rot is deep. People who believe, believe. The chance of some sort of epiphany on the part of good-whites is essentially zero. It's "who they are"--their identity, their virtue, their self-worth. Minorities are--mostly--on board with the loot whites.

    Our choices--choices for normie productive people--are obvious:

    A -- Peacefully separate
    B -- Fight, i.e. civil war
    C -- Die

    I'm a fan of A.

    Replies: @Corvinus, @J.Ross

  7. anonymous[232] • Disclaimer says:

    On August 23, 2019 a white supremacist murdered 23 Latinos in a Walmart in El Paso.

    On October 27, 2018 a white supremacist murdered 11 Jews in a synagogue in Pittsburg.

    How is white supremacy not the greatest terrorist threat facing the country? Why are you denying this? Do you sympathize with the white supremacist murderers?

    • LOL: 3g4me, AndrewR, Charles, By-tor
    • Replies: @Boomthorkell
    @anonymous

    Ha.

    , @El Dato
    @anonymous

    Not exactly "great terrorist threats" by any definition.

    In particular their are not "terrorist" because there is basically no link between them.

    Might as well declare black murder rampages "terrorism".

    Note that since 2000 or so, "terrorism" is a state-approved label for events they want to put center page and want you to disapprove, not a classification. (e.g. bombing civilians via remote control: not terrorism; wanting to punch the face a Congresscritter in: terrorism)


    Do you sympathize with the white supremacist murderers?
     
    What's the name of the argument where the speaker demands that you rally to his side lest you show yourself to be morally deficient?

    Replies: @Charon, @Servant of Gla'aki

    , @Reg Cæsar
    @anonymous


    Do you sympathize with the white supremacist murderers?
     
    Do you think the ones that survive should be executed? Most of us do. The ACLU and Amnesty International don't. Go discuss this with them, please.

    How is white supremacy not the greatest terrorist threat facing the country?
     
    https://cdnph.upi.com/sv/ph/og/i/9721448741080/2015/2/14487450857968/v1.5/Internet-mocks-Islamic-State-by-editing-rubber-ducks-into-recruitment-photos.jpg

    Replies: @Polistra, @tyrone, @TomSchmidt, @Rob Lee

    , @Jonathan Mason
    @anonymous


    On August 23, 2019 a white supremacist murdered 23 Latinos in a Walmart in El Paso.

    On October 27, 2018 a white supremacist murdered 11 Jews in a synagogue in Pittsburg.
     

    Well at least Dylan Roof and Timothy McVeigh were not white supremacists, just lone wolf lunatics--is that Steve's point?

    I think Steve is doing his angels dancing on the head of a pin thing over what is the definition of a card carrying white supremacy terrorist.

    The president has daily national security briefings and obviously his national security advisors have answered the question as to what is the greatest terrorist threat to the United States in terms of organized right-wing groups.

    Now, as we already know from the presidencies of George W Bush and Donald Trump, presidents may or may not pay attention to their national security briefings, and as we know from the presidency of both of those, a president may actually receive information, but relay a garbled version of it via Twitter or off-the-cuff speech.

    Anyway is Steve now going to reveal to us who the real biggest domestic terrorism danger is really from?

    My guess is that it is Ghislaine Maxwell terrorizing American billionaires, a former president or two, and politicians with testimony in Wienergate?

    Or it could be an alliance of the Apache and Comanche planning a coup to take back America, or take America back.

    Replies: @bomag

    , @WJ
    @anonymous

    Every Jew murdered in Pitt was white. How is that a good example of a white supremacist crime?

    Replies: @gandydancer

    , @Ben tillman
    @anonymous

    Those weren’t white supremacists. There is no such thing in this day and age.

    , @e
    @anonymous

    Re: the El Paso murderer

    First, I'd never thought I'd say this years ago, but ever since the Boston Marathon screw ups, the Branch Davidians, the failures of the investigation of the Las Vegas slaughter, the attempts to frame Trump, the entire corruption of the FBI....I don't believe a damned thing said by "authorities" who either ARE the FBI or who work with the FBI. The last thing they're trying to do is protect you or me.

    Second, from what I have read (and by God, I don't trust the media any more--why should I?), this guy could have been motivated by policies that made him anti-immigrant or anti-illegal immigrant (that'll happen to people who have been invaded by them while their government and the Elites say, "Hey, come on in"). That doesn't mean he was motivated by hatred of a race. If hundreds of people of other nationalities were in that Walmart, you have no idea that this murderer wouldn't have done the same.

    He's a murderer. The reason he hated as much as he did the people who were in that store are not likely the reasons the media told you he hated. Maybe their behavior was the reason. That wouldn't make his murdering any less horrid, but it would stop people like you from always misunderstanding sociological pathologies that rip a country apart.

    , @Forbes
    @anonymous

    Since everyone is a racist, race supremacy surely exists in the heart of every man, woman, child, and tranny.

    Why? Implicit bias. You don't know it, but you are biased. So you'll just have to live with racist self.

    Replies: @Joseph Doaks

    , @Mike7707
    @anonymous

    Two phycos don’t make a white supremacist around every corner it’s a big country bru

    Replies: @Swamp Fox

    , @aldasfail770
    @anonymous

    "Do you sympathize with the white supremacist murderers?"


    Yeah sometimes I do. It depends on my mood really.


    You deserve the same answers that I give liberal cat ladies when they meltdown and say "wear your f%cking mask! You don't want to kill people do you?"
    |
    Yes cat lady sometimes I do.

    Replies: @JohnnyWalker123

  8. @Achmed E. Newman
    Way, way fewer than 50% of Americans watch the PBS news hour. I'm sure that's the root of the problem here.

    Replies: @Alden

    It’s not a news hour anyway. It’s Propaganda Bolsheviki Station hour.

    • Replies: @Getaclue
    @Alden

    Yes...and we all get to pay for it....

  9. The fact that Bill Cosby is in prison and Bill Clinton is not is all the evidence of white supremacy you need. Point this out to your neighborhood BLM or Antifa fanatic.

    They should receive equal punishment.

    • Agree: Joseph Doaks
    • Thanks: Harry Baldwin
    • Replies: @Redneck farmer
    @Reg Cæsar

    Cos was sounding white, though. So it's not the same thing.

    , @80s Relic
    @Reg Cæsar

    Bill Clinton is an Globalist avatar; Bill Cosby is not.

    Their respective races are irrelevant.

    How is this not obvious?

    , @Art Deco
    @Reg Cæsar

    I have a suspicion the vast majority of accusations against Cosby were humbug. That having been said, is there any credible evidence that Clinton ever drugged anyone in order to ravish them?

    Replies: @Jonathan Mason, @Alden, @Reg Cæsar

    , @James J O'Meara
    @Reg Cæsar

    Cosby brought joy to millions (hard to square with his conduct, but a fact); Clinton not really so much.

    Replies: @kpkinsunnyphiladelphia

    , @e
    @Reg Cæsar

    Hollywood had every opportunity to go after Clinton and chose not to.

    They jumped on Cosby when they could.

    Blame the progs for this. Even THEY hated Cos.

    My theory: The women who could blow a whistle on Clinton know how powerful he and his wife are and how folks who tell tales about them tend to die shortly thereafter.

    Secondly, Clinton is a charmer. Those he didn't touch are likely to be flattered by any attention he gives them short of sexual assault.

    As for Cosby: ask anyone who came into contact with him. He's downright mean.

    Having lived close to Tahoe for a few years, I knew all kinds of people who worked in the casinos, most of them blackjack dealers or sports book employees. They all wanted to run when Cosby came their way. He is an utterly despicable man.

    I suspect the denizens of the entertainment world of Hollywood had experienced the same from him so they weren't about to come to his rescue.

    I'll bet STeve has heard a few of those stories of his behavior.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Abolish_public_education

    , @Skyler the Weird
    @Reg Cæsar

    Cosby wasn't able to use Arkancide.

    , @Mark Miller
    @Reg Cæsar

    You forgot OJ "The Juice is Loose" Simpson

  10. Anon[326] • Disclaimer says:

    Who gets to define”terrorism”? I guess if they try hard enough to constrain their definition, they can make a case that WS is the biggest threat. My own lyin eyes tell me that POC criminality, mayhem, and misbehavior causes vastly more national damage (ie de-facto terrorism) than a few hundred WS.

    • Agree: TTSSYF, Robert Dolan
    • Replies: @Prester John
    @Anon

    Sorta goes without saying, only we don't get to wield the megaphone and call the tune--which why this website and others like it (Taki, VDARE etc.) become marginalized. And until the rest of the country wakes up and comes to the realization that they've bought into a narrative cooked up by a minority who never saw them as anything more than petit-bourgeois trailer trash, there will be no end to the outrages.

  11. @anonymous
    On August 23, 2019 a white supremacist murdered 23 Latinos in a Walmart in El Paso.

    On October 27, 2018 a white supremacist murdered 11 Jews in a synagogue in Pittsburg.

    How is white supremacy not the greatest terrorist threat facing the country? Why are you denying this? Do you sympathize with the white supremacist murderers?

    Replies: @Boomthorkell, @El Dato, @Reg Cæsar, @Jonathan Mason, @WJ, @Ben tillman, @e, @Forbes, @Mike7707, @aldasfail770

    Ha.

    • Agree: vhrm
  12. I’d say that White Supremacist terrorism is roughly as much of a threat to Americans as Islamic terrorism.

    So why not respond with the same degree of aggressiveness?

    • Replies: @Thomas
    @JohnnyWalker123


    I’d say that White Supremacist terrorism is roughly as much of a threat to Americans as Islamic terrorism.

    So why not respond with the same degree of aggressiveness?
     

    It's been said before, but if we treated "White Supremacist terrorism" like Islamic terrorism, we'd import thousands more white immigrants every year, call "White Supremacy" an "ideology of peace," and elect a President named Adolf Lincoln Rockwell, all just to show we have nothing against White Supremacy. After all, you're not White Supremophobic, are you?

    Replies: @Ben tillman, @JohnnyWalker123

    , @3g4me
    @JohnnyWalker123

    @12 JohnnyWalker123: Even if there were such a thing as a "White Supremacist Terrorist," treating such a person the same as a Mussulman in America would be a category error. Whites founded and built this country. Mohammedans here are alien parasites. Same with Hindus using American pseudonyms online.

    Replies: @JohnnyWalker123, @Rob McX

    , @The Plutonium Kid
    @JohnnyWalker123


    So why not respond with the same degree of aggressiveness?
     
    Because the law will come down hard on whites who commit violence against blacks, no matter what the reason may be.
  13. @Reg Cæsar
    The fact that Bill Cosby is in prison and Bill Clinton is not is all the evidence of white supremacy you need. Point this out to your neighborhood BLM or Antifa fanatic.

    They should receive equal punishment.

    Replies: @Redneck farmer, @80s Relic, @Art Deco, @James J O'Meara, @e, @Skyler the Weird, @Mark Miller

    Cos was sounding white, though. So it’s not the same thing.

    • Agree: Polistra
  14. @Redman
    Leaving aside that the alleged Floyd “killing” was by an Asian a black and 2 whites. Why does PBS along with most of the western world assume that the death of Floyd involved race at all? Can we all acknowledge that this is 100% projection?

    OT-Steve, can you please cover the meltdown of the cult of Fauci? It’s happening right now in real time. Tucker pointed out tonight that he’s suddenly using systemic racism to deflect from the Nicholas Wade article. He’s clearly on the run.

    Replies: @BenKenobi, @ChrisZ

    George Floyd was the first person EVER to have died infected with Covid (pbuh) but not have his cause of death listed as Covid (pbuh). What gives?

    • Thanks: Buffalo Joe, By-tor
    • LOL: Joseph Doaks
  15. including 88 percent of Republicans

    Dog Whistle.
    DOG WHISTLE!!!

  16. @anon
    Be interesting to see the racial breakdown of that poll.

    Replies: @vhrm

    Be interesting to see the racial breakdown of that poll.

    Then click the link in the tweet and read the article…

    actually it’s not in the text but you can feast your eyes upon this image:

    • Replies: @Art Deco
    @vhrm

    I think contemporary polls are manufactured by applying algorithms to a mess of convenience samples. Rather unlike polling 30 years ago, which generated probability samples from random-digit dialing.

    Replies: @Corvinus

    , @anon
    @vhrm

    Thanks for that, but it isn't quite what I was asking.

    Replies: @res

    , @Forbes
    @vhrm

    79% of blacks and 65% of whites agree--then how'd they get to 52% total?? Zero percent of all other

    Replies: @vhrm

  17. @International Jew
    I'm amazed that 52% do believe it.

    Replies: @Desiderius, @AnotherDad

    You’ve got work to do at the Country Club or schul or wherever. Serious as a heart attack.

    This isn’t bananas it’s genocidal.

    • Replies: @Charon
    @Desiderius

    Taking bets on whether or not the unnamed "subscriber" is fictional. The one predicting a complete takeover of the United States government by white supremacists "in the very near future." But never mind, because Jay Rosen says it's his thought as well.

    Yes, this is the insanity being purveyed 24/7/365 by our MSM. And this is what many (if not most) people believe. As a result.

    Replies: @Joseph Doaks

    , @anon
    @Desiderius

    Embrace the power of "and". Jay Rosen's imaginary friend in Virginia is both insane and genocidal.

    , @Forbes
    @Desiderius

    Under Joe Biden and the Deep State, America is to become an authoritarian white Christian nationalist state?? Bonkers.

    Meanwhile, every effort is being made to marginalize white Christian males. Bonkers on steroids.

  18. @anonymous
    On August 23, 2019 a white supremacist murdered 23 Latinos in a Walmart in El Paso.

    On October 27, 2018 a white supremacist murdered 11 Jews in a synagogue in Pittsburg.

    How is white supremacy not the greatest terrorist threat facing the country? Why are you denying this? Do you sympathize with the white supremacist murderers?

    Replies: @Boomthorkell, @El Dato, @Reg Cæsar, @Jonathan Mason, @WJ, @Ben tillman, @e, @Forbes, @Mike7707, @aldasfail770

    Not exactly “great terrorist threats” by any definition.

    In particular their are not “terrorist” because there is basically no link between them.

    Might as well declare black murder rampages “terrorism”.

    Note that since 2000 or so, “terrorism” is a state-approved label for events they want to put center page and want you to disapprove, not a classification. (e.g. bombing civilians via remote control: not terrorism; wanting to punch the face a Congresscritter in: terrorism)

    Do you sympathize with the white supremacist murderers?

    What’s the name of the argument where the speaker demands that you rally to his side lest you show yourself to be morally deficient?

    • Agree: Rob McX
    • Replies: @Charon
    @El Dato


    Might as well declare black murder rampages “terrorism”.
     
    If you've been on the receiving end of one of those rampages, it seems very much indeed like terrorism.

    Which reminds me: just as Israel and its partisans enjoy one sort of immigration policy while they foist something quite different upon us...why can't we enjoy a "total silence" policy with respect to our criminal class, as they enforce upon the Palestinians with bombs and missiles?

    Surely if we're a white supremacist society as they keep telling us we are, we should be permitted to "defend ourselves" as they claim to be doing.


    They should be forced to put up or shut up. Else their hypocrisy is once again laid bare for all to see. Oh wait, here's where control of the mass media comes in handy.

    Replies: @AceDeuce, @gandydancer

    , @Servant of Gla'aki
    @El Dato


    In particular their are not “terrorist” because there is basically no link between them.

    Might as well declare black murder rampages “terrorism”.
     
    Precisely. "Terrorism" isn't just whenever some mentally unstable jackass with abstruse political ideas murders someone. It's part of a coordinated political strategy.

    In any event, urban street crime is a much, MUCH larger problem in the USA than any so-called terrorism.
  19. @anonymous
    On August 23, 2019 a white supremacist murdered 23 Latinos in a Walmart in El Paso.

    On October 27, 2018 a white supremacist murdered 11 Jews in a synagogue in Pittsburg.

    How is white supremacy not the greatest terrorist threat facing the country? Why are you denying this? Do you sympathize with the white supremacist murderers?

    Replies: @Boomthorkell, @El Dato, @Reg Cæsar, @Jonathan Mason, @WJ, @Ben tillman, @e, @Forbes, @Mike7707, @aldasfail770

    Do you sympathize with the white supremacist murderers?

    Do you think the ones that survive should be executed? Most of us do. The ACLU and Amnesty International don’t. Go discuss this with them, please.

    How is white supremacy not the greatest terrorist threat facing the country?

    • Replies: @Polistra
    @Reg Cæsar

    Okay, that may be the most epic of your many TD pics. So far.

    , @tyrone
    @Reg Cæsar

    I KNEW IT!....and there's the proof.

    , @TomSchmidt
    @Reg Cæsar

    Where did you find that picture? Excellent.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    , @Rob Lee
    @Reg Cæsar

    Reg, looks like you've got a bad case of the TiDDieS!

    "Tiny Duck Derangement Syndrome"

    (I want the coin on that, please.)

  20. @JohnnyWalker123
    I'd say that White Supremacist terrorism is roughly as much of a threat to Americans as Islamic terrorism.

    So why not respond with the same degree of aggressiveness?

    Replies: @Thomas, @3g4me, @The Plutonium Kid

    I’d say that White Supremacist terrorism is roughly as much of a threat to Americans as Islamic terrorism.

    So why not respond with the same degree of aggressiveness?

    It’s been said before, but if we treated “White Supremacist terrorism” like Islamic terrorism, we’d import thousands more white immigrants every year, call “White Supremacy” an “ideology of peace,” and elect a President named Adolf Lincoln Rockwell, all just to show we have nothing against White Supremacy. After all, you’re not White Supremophobic, are you?

    • Thanks: Redneck farmer, Charon
    • Replies: @Ben tillman
    @Thomas

    LOL and awesome comment!

    , @JohnnyWalker123
    @Thomas

    We've got 5 million European immigrants in America, and have elected/reelected 3 White presidents in the post-911 era. Our current president happens to be White, as does his entire extended family. Same with the previous president.

    That aside, America has also murdered and displaced millions of Muslims across the Middle East. Even Barack "Hussein Obama (who was an atheist by the way) didn't stop the wars. Muslims voted for Obama, then got Bush II.

    https://twitter.com/jacobinmag/status/1306349909919051777

    37 million is a big number. Whatever Whites have had to face in America is trivial relative to the carnage that the US has inflicted in the devastated Muslim homelands.

    If I called you a "peaceful" man and then executed your entire extended family, would you say I was offering a genuine or empty compliment? Would you perhaps get a bit angry and attack me?

    Replies: @bomag

  21. Ian Nash Desroche IV = Race divas shine, hon.

    “White supremacist” = Mr Pathetic Wussie.

  22. PBS: How Dare 48% of Americans Not Believe Their President That White Supremacy Is the Most Lethal Terrorist Threat to the Homeland Today?

    A President who is furthermore entirely legit!

    • Replies: @Kylie
    @Pericles

    "A President who is furthermore entirely legit!"

    And who, according to Doctor Jill, can often hold both his water and his sippy cup for minutes at a time.

    Replies: @Rob McX

  23. This propaganda is necessary to believe the Black Lives Matter lie. BLM at its core sells blacks and liberal whites the idea that it’s horrible for blacks to have to live alongside whites. Anyone who has ever had their bike stolen can tell you that if anything, the opposite is true.

    • Agree: vhrm
  24. @Reg Cæsar
    The fact that Bill Cosby is in prison and Bill Clinton is not is all the evidence of white supremacy you need. Point this out to your neighborhood BLM or Antifa fanatic.

    They should receive equal punishment.

    Replies: @Redneck farmer, @80s Relic, @Art Deco, @James J O'Meara, @e, @Skyler the Weird, @Mark Miller

    Bill Clinton is an Globalist avatar; Bill Cosby is not.

    Their respective races are irrelevant.

    How is this not obvious?

    • Agree: sayless
  25. @Reg Cæsar
    @anonymous


    Do you sympathize with the white supremacist murderers?
     
    Do you think the ones that survive should be executed? Most of us do. The ACLU and Amnesty International don't. Go discuss this with them, please.

    How is white supremacy not the greatest terrorist threat facing the country?
     
    https://cdnph.upi.com/sv/ph/og/i/9721448741080/2015/2/14487450857968/v1.5/Internet-mocks-Islamic-State-by-editing-rubber-ducks-into-recruitment-photos.jpg

    Replies: @Polistra, @tyrone, @TomSchmidt, @Rob Lee

    Okay, that may be the most epic of your many TD pics. So far.

    • Agree: MEH 0910
  26. @Reg Cæsar
    @anonymous


    Do you sympathize with the white supremacist murderers?
     
    Do you think the ones that survive should be executed? Most of us do. The ACLU and Amnesty International don't. Go discuss this with them, please.

    How is white supremacy not the greatest terrorist threat facing the country?
     
    https://cdnph.upi.com/sv/ph/og/i/9721448741080/2015/2/14487450857968/v1.5/Internet-mocks-Islamic-State-by-editing-rubber-ducks-into-recruitment-photos.jpg

    Replies: @Polistra, @tyrone, @TomSchmidt, @Rob Lee

    I KNEW IT!….and there’s the proof.

  27. @Desiderius
    @International Jew

    You’ve got work to do at the Country Club or schul or wherever. Serious as a heart attack.

    https://twitter.com/Heminator/status/1394462226879328258?s=20

    This isn’t bananas it’s genocidal.

    Replies: @Charon, @anon, @Forbes

    Taking bets on whether or not the unnamed “subscriber” is fictional. The one predicting a complete takeover of the United States government by white supremacists “in the very near future.” But never mind, because Jay Rosen says it’s his thought as well.

    Yes, this is the insanity being purveyed 24/7/365 by our MSM. And this is what many (if not most) people believe. As a result.

    • Replies: @Joseph Doaks
    @Charon

    "Yes, this is the insanity being purveyed 24/7/365 by our MSM. And this is what many (if not most) people believe."

    Unfortunately, a substantial proportion of the population believes whatever BS the MSM peddles, and votes accordingly. If you know any such folks and tell them they're wrong, they claim that you are the one who is brainwashed. I don't see any solution to this problem.

    Replies: @anon, @Corvinus

  28. If “white supremacy” were the most lethal threat to America, George Soros would be funding it.

  29. @El Dato
    @anonymous

    Not exactly "great terrorist threats" by any definition.

    In particular their are not "terrorist" because there is basically no link between them.

    Might as well declare black murder rampages "terrorism".

    Note that since 2000 or so, "terrorism" is a state-approved label for events they want to put center page and want you to disapprove, not a classification. (e.g. bombing civilians via remote control: not terrorism; wanting to punch the face a Congresscritter in: terrorism)


    Do you sympathize with the white supremacist murderers?
     
    What's the name of the argument where the speaker demands that you rally to his side lest you show yourself to be morally deficient?

    Replies: @Charon, @Servant of Gla'aki

    Might as well declare black murder rampages “terrorism”.

    If you’ve been on the receiving end of one of those rampages, it seems very much indeed like terrorism.

    Which reminds me: just as Israel and its partisans enjoy one sort of immigration policy while they foist something quite different upon us…why can’t we enjoy a “total silence” policy with respect to our criminal class, as they enforce upon the Palestinians with bombs and missiles?

    Surely if we’re a white supremacist society as they keep telling us we are, we should be permitted to “defend ourselves” as they claim to be doing.

    They should be forced to put up or shut up. Else their hypocrisy is once again laid bare for all to see. Oh wait, here’s where control of the mass media comes in handy.

    • Replies: @AceDeuce
    @Charon


    we should be permitted to “defend ourselves” as they claim to be doing.
     
    I suppose your post is partially sarcasm, but nevertheless Whites seem to be acting like we need to ask permission--and those are the "bolder" ones--to look out for ourselves.

    Until we stop asking and start telling, none of this goes away-well, until we're destroyed, I suppose.
    , @gandydancer
    @Charon


    ...just as Israel and its partisans enjoy one sort of immigration policy while they foist something quite different upon us…why can’t we enjoy a “total silence” policy with respect to our criminal class, as they enforce upon the Palestinians with bombs and missiles?
     
    You are a loon. Israel doesn't foist any sort of immigration policy on the US.

    Replies: @anon

  30. What about that simulacrum of Floyd though? I mean, could they have made him look any more like a gorilla? He’s so ugly it looks like his face was on fire and someone tried to extinguish the flames with an axe handle. And the Mr. Potato-head lips just bring it all together.

    Remember when Time Magazine was lambasted for making OJ’s mug shot look darker and more sinister? Why are they making St. George look like he’s about to go on a “Out-of-chicken-sandwiches-at-Popeye’s” fueled mass shooting spree?

    • Agree: Prester John
    • LOL: Ben tillman
    • Replies: @Jonathan Mason
    @Mike Tre

    No, George Floyd was not a very good looking man, but this comment could be taken as a wee bit racist, particularly the use of the word 'gorilla', which is generally considered to be unacceptable, unless you are talking about glue.

    Of course I would have to see your pen sketch of Mitch McConnell or Sarah Sanders, for comparative purposes to be sure, and to see which primate, fish, or marine mammal you compared them to.

    Replies: @SunBakedSuburb, @Alden, @Jim Bob Lassiter, @Achmed E. Newman, @Mike Tre

    , @James J O'Meara
    @Mike Tre

    It's the cherry on top of the shit sandwich they're making White people eat. It's an old technique. First they start with the nice looking and polite ones (Sidney Poitier, Will Smith), then gradually they ramp up the repulsiveness. It makes our acceptance so much more satisfying for our leaders.

    They did the same thing with lesbians, and now with trannies.

    Replies: @Alden

    , @Anonymous
    @Mike Tre

    There's no disputing about taste but the canonical Jesus Floyd face is not really so bad, to the point Black people would keep going along with it without winceing. It's not like Rockefeller-Center-statue bad. It's crucially non-threatening if not exactly beatific.

    We have a media run by, essentially, gay men deeply interested if not invested in the allure of macho/crude hip-hop brutes. Since the guy's visage on the day was approximately "gibbering maniac" of course they are are not going to use that likeness in the sacred context. Also, there are times prettiness is in fashion, then there's a subtle herd change, and we get some ugly celebs until the syndicate of girly British folk singers mounts another campaign for attention that lasts a year or so, rinse, repeat.

    , @Alfa158
    @Mike Tre

    There are lots of photographs of Floyd out there. You can therefore see that was not a simulacrum, designed to make him look like a gorilla, it is a faithful, accurate representation. If anyone had wanted to make him look like a gorilla, they would have kept the prognathic facial structure but given him thin lips.

    , @magila
    @Mike Tre


    Why are they making St. George look like he’s about to go on a “Out-of-chicken-sandwiches-at-Popeye’s” fueled mass shooting spree?
     
    I always thought he looked like he was about to climb the Empire State Building, but I like your idea more.
    , @Harry Baldwin
    @Mike Tre

    Floyd George looks like a cross between Shepard Fairey's "Obey Giant" and one of those Easter Island heads. I do believe his ugliness is what makes his image iconic.

  31. sb says:

    I sometimes watch PBS NewsHour from my bolthole in Australia .
    What intrigues me is that they do rather have the habit of having two guests to comment on some aspect of US politics who always agree with each other ie not exactly pro and con but rather pro and more pro

    Mind you we have a lot of that here as well especially in public TV but in a less well mannered way

    • Replies: @Art Deco
    @sb

    that they do rather have the habit of having two guests to comment on some aspect of US politics who always agree with each other ie not exactly pro and con but rather pro and more pro

    MacNeill-Lehrer in its original format had pro and con. The program was reformatted in 1983 where in discussion and commentary was assigned to short segments, rather than occupying an entire half hour with one topic. They had a tendency to hire capons like David Gergen to fumble at stating one side of an argument, or to have roundtables of newspaper editors drawn from different regions ("Lee Cullum from the Dallas Morning News") whose attitudes resembled eachother's more than they resembled anyone in their audience; the only one in those confabs given to saying anything original or interesting was Erwin Knoll from The Progressive magazine (I doubt they ever booked the editor of The American Spectator). Nowadays, they get two people from the same side (who are presented as neutral professionals) or they book shills like David Brooks or Ramesh Ponnuru. The program deteriorated noticeably when Jim Lehrer retired.

  32. This distubingly larger-than-life image of St. George is becoming a major subset of public art.
    Big Brutha is watching you.

  33. @Charon
    @El Dato


    Might as well declare black murder rampages “terrorism”.
     
    If you've been on the receiving end of one of those rampages, it seems very much indeed like terrorism.

    Which reminds me: just as Israel and its partisans enjoy one sort of immigration policy while they foist something quite different upon us...why can't we enjoy a "total silence" policy with respect to our criminal class, as they enforce upon the Palestinians with bombs and missiles?

    Surely if we're a white supremacist society as they keep telling us we are, we should be permitted to "defend ourselves" as they claim to be doing.


    They should be forced to put up or shut up. Else their hypocrisy is once again laid bare for all to see. Oh wait, here's where control of the mass media comes in handy.

    Replies: @AceDeuce, @gandydancer

    we should be permitted to “defend ourselves” as they claim to be doing.

    I suppose your post is partially sarcasm, but nevertheless Whites seem to be acting like we need to ask permission–and those are the “bolder” ones–to look out for ourselves.

    Until we stop asking and start telling, none of this goes away-well, until we’re destroyed, I suppose.

    • Agree: Gordo
    • Thanks: Corvinus
  34. The pic you posted is evidence that street mural painters are America’s biggest terroristic threat.

  35. @Reg Cæsar
    The fact that Bill Cosby is in prison and Bill Clinton is not is all the evidence of white supremacy you need. Point this out to your neighborhood BLM or Antifa fanatic.

    They should receive equal punishment.

    Replies: @Redneck farmer, @80s Relic, @Art Deco, @James J O'Meara, @e, @Skyler the Weird, @Mark Miller

    I have a suspicion the vast majority of accusations against Cosby were humbug. That having been said, is there any credible evidence that Clinton ever drugged anyone in order to ravish them?

    • Replies: @Jonathan Mason
    @Art Deco

    They swooned from proximity to power. Doesn't that count as rape?

    , @Alden
    @Art Deco

    Cosby did have a trial. The prosecutor proved to the jury beyond a reasonable doubt Cosby was guilty of drugging the women and rape when they were unconscious. Being unconscious is not implied consent. Possession of the drugs is a felony, let alone giving them to someone.

    And Cosby, like OJ and other multimillionaires had the best attorneys, investigators jury selectors etc that money could buy. Plus there was his good husband and father aura from that TV show. Plus his preaching that blacks should settle down and start obeying the laws.

    I didn’t follow the case. I was surprised he was convicted.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Redman

    , @Reg Cæsar
    @Art Deco


    I have a suspicion the vast majority of accusations against Cosby were humbug. That having been said, is there any credible evidence that Clinton ever drugged anyone in order to ravish them?

     

    Of course not. Willie wanted them conscious, so they could feel his pain. Cosby was an herbivore, preferring vegetables. Clinton was an omnivore, wanting to try everything at least once. Incluuding* aggravated rape.

    I'm reading Chasing Cosby at the moment. The author quotes the usual rough estimate that only 2-10% of accusations are false. Using her arithmetic, the odds that all three of those women sitting next to Donald Trump in October 2016 were lying are somewhere from 1-in-1,000 to 1-in-125,000.

    The figures with Cosby's 30+ accusers would be more than astronomical, they'd be intergalactic.


    ...the vast majority of accusations against Cosby were humbug.

     

    All it takes is one that is true.

    *That was a typo, but I'm leaving it in because it's hardly off-topic!

    Bill Cosby Has Got to Be on Quaaludes if He Thinks He Will Beat Rape Charges

    Replies: @Art Deco, @gandydancer

  36. @sb
    I sometimes watch PBS NewsHour from my bolthole in Australia .
    What intrigues me is that they do rather have the habit of having two guests to comment on some aspect of US politics who always agree with each other ie not exactly pro and con but rather pro and more pro

    Mind you we have a lot of that here as well especially in public TV but in a less well mannered way

    Replies: @Art Deco

    that they do rather have the habit of having two guests to comment on some aspect of US politics who always agree with each other ie not exactly pro and con but rather pro and more pro

    MacNeill-Lehrer in its original format had pro and con. The program was reformatted in 1983 where in discussion and commentary was assigned to short segments, rather than occupying an entire half hour with one topic. They had a tendency to hire capons like David Gergen to fumble at stating one side of an argument, or to have roundtables of newspaper editors drawn from different regions (“Lee Cullum from the Dallas Morning News“) whose attitudes resembled eachother’s more than they resembled anyone in their audience; the only one in those confabs given to saying anything original or interesting was Erwin Knoll from The Progressive magazine (I doubt they ever booked the editor of The American Spectator). Nowadays, they get two people from the same side (who are presented as neutral professionals) or they book shills like David Brooks or Ramesh Ponnuru. The program deteriorated noticeably when Jim Lehrer retired.

    • Agree: Servant of Gla'aki
  37. @vhrm
    @anon


    Be interesting to see the racial breakdown of that poll.
     
    Then click the link in the tweet and read the article...

    actually it's not in the text but you can feast your eyes upon this image:
    https://d3i6fh83elv35t.cloudfront.net/static/2021/05/white-supremacy-threat-rev-1200x900.png

    Replies: @Art Deco, @anon, @Forbes

    I think contemporary polls are manufactured by applying algorithms to a mess of convenience samples. Rather unlike polling 30 years ago, which generated probability samples from random-digit dialing.

    • Agree: Alden
    • Replies: @Corvinus
    @Art Deco

    So, you think, and really do not know for certain. Great to know.

  38. “Police say sleeping child taken from crib before he was killed, left in Dallas street.”

    • Replies: @new Stalin
    @CCZ

    And do notice it was not a white supremacist that murdered Cash, it was a negro. A case of black terrorism! Time to bring back the electric chair's warm embrace to uplift these primates.

    Replies: @CCZ

    , @By-tor
    @CCZ

    The article states that 18-year-old Darriynn Brown intended to return to abduct Cash's twin brother. The Daily Mail published the video of the actual kidnapping:

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9593001/Video-reveals-moment-Cash-Gernon-snatched-bed-Darriynn-Brown.html

  39. Obviously 48% of Americans pay no attention to the CIA operated mockingbird media.
    There is not enough room here to list all the false information they have spewed over the last 100 years.

  40. The worrying part is that 52% of those polled think that it is.

  41. I keep thinking about Solzhenitsyn’s line about we know they lie and they know we know they are lying. However the American United Gaslighters seem to have a conniption fit every time they find out that some Americans thinks they are liars. C’mon pressitudes you are paid to be fictional narrative salesman. Be proud of it. Well sort of be proud, since it is kind of embarrassing to your journalism degree.

    • Agree: Joseph Doaks
  42. @anonymous
    On August 23, 2019 a white supremacist murdered 23 Latinos in a Walmart in El Paso.

    On October 27, 2018 a white supremacist murdered 11 Jews in a synagogue in Pittsburg.

    How is white supremacy not the greatest terrorist threat facing the country? Why are you denying this? Do you sympathize with the white supremacist murderers?

    Replies: @Boomthorkell, @El Dato, @Reg Cæsar, @Jonathan Mason, @WJ, @Ben tillman, @e, @Forbes, @Mike7707, @aldasfail770

    On August 23, 2019 a white supremacist murdered 23 Latinos in a Walmart in El Paso.

    On October 27, 2018 a white supremacist murdered 11 Jews in a synagogue in Pittsburg.

    Well at least Dylan Roof and Timothy McVeigh were not white supremacists, just lone wolf lunatics–is that Steve’s point?

    I think Steve is doing his angels dancing on the head of a pin thing over what is the definition of a card carrying white supremacy terrorist.

    The president has daily national security briefings and obviously his national security advisors have answered the question as to what is the greatest terrorist threat to the United States in terms of organized right-wing groups.

    Now, as we already know from the presidencies of George W Bush and Donald Trump, presidents may or may not pay attention to their national security briefings, and as we know from the presidency of both of those, a president may actually receive information, but relay a garbled version of it via Twitter or off-the-cuff speech.

    Anyway is Steve now going to reveal to us who the real biggest domestic terrorism danger is really from?

    My guess is that it is Ghislaine Maxwell terrorizing American billionaires, a former president or two, and politicians with testimony in Wienergate?

    Or it could be an alliance of the Apache and Comanche planning a coup to take back America, or take America back.

    • Replies: @bomag
    @Jonathan Mason

    A problem is that the Left freely slaps the terrorist™ label on political opposition.

  43. @Art Deco
    @Reg Cæsar

    I have a suspicion the vast majority of accusations against Cosby were humbug. That having been said, is there any credible evidence that Clinton ever drugged anyone in order to ravish them?

    Replies: @Jonathan Mason, @Alden, @Reg Cæsar

    They swooned from proximity to power. Doesn’t that count as rape?

  44. @Mike Tre
    What about that simulacrum of Floyd though? I mean, could they have made him look any more like a gorilla? He's so ugly it looks like his face was on fire and someone tried to extinguish the flames with an axe handle. And the Mr. Potato-head lips just bring it all together.

    Remember when Time Magazine was lambasted for making OJ's mug shot look darker and more sinister? Why are they making St. George look like he's about to go on a "Out-of-chicken-sandwiches-at-Popeye's" fueled mass shooting spree?

    Replies: @Jonathan Mason, @James J O'Meara, @Anonymous, @Alfa158, @magila, @Harry Baldwin

    No, George Floyd was not a very good looking man, but this comment could be taken as a wee bit racist, particularly the use of the word ‘gorilla’, which is generally considered to be unacceptable, unless you are talking about glue.

    Of course I would have to see your pen sketch of Mitch McConnell or Sarah Sanders, for comparative purposes to be sure, and to see which primate, fish, or marine mammal you compared them to.

    • Troll: magila
    • Replies: @SunBakedSuburb
    @Jonathan Mason

    "wee bit racist"

    Lighten up, harpy.

    "gorilla"

    Whilst the blessed martyr George and I were of different colors, or rather, he was of colour while I am a blank, we both had gorilla bodies in common. I have found that desirable women still seem drawn to me whilst St. George had to stick a gun in their pregnant bellies to get their attention. Is this an example of systemic racism? Soothe your sorrow for the black and ugly with the knowledge that in Heaven we are all white and good looking. Just like Nordic Jesus.

    , @Alden
    @Jonathan Mason

    Don’t be such a Mr Priss. St George is one of the ugliest men I’ve ever seen in my entire life and I was a probation officer. So I’ve seen a lot of ugly blacks in my time.

    The pro abortion people should plaster his hideous face and life long criminal record all over their propaganda. Not a Woman’s Right To Choose. But “ do you really want a thing like this running around loose committing crimes and reproducing”?

    , @Jim Bob Lassiter
    @Jonathan Mason

    I'd like to see a Charlie Hebdo style depiction of Floyd laying a big ol' sloppy wet French kiss on Jen
    Psaki.

    , @Achmed E. Newman
    @Jonathan Mason


    Of course I would have to see your pen sketch of Mitch McConnell...
     
    You're better than this, Jonathan. How 'bout an apples to apples comparison, not a gorillas vs. tortugas one?
    , @Mike Tre
    @Jonathan Mason

    I'm sorry I can't hear you, can you please speak into the microphone? You'll find it dangling right between my pasty white thighs.

  45. @Reg Cæsar
    The fact that Bill Cosby is in prison and Bill Clinton is not is all the evidence of white supremacy you need. Point this out to your neighborhood BLM or Antifa fanatic.

    They should receive equal punishment.

    Replies: @Redneck farmer, @80s Relic, @Art Deco, @James J O'Meara, @e, @Skyler the Weird, @Mark Miller

    Cosby brought joy to millions (hard to square with his conduct, but a fact); Clinton not really so much.

    • Replies: @kpkinsunnyphiladelphia
    @James J O'Meara

    Cosby was funny.

    Clinton was laughable.

  46. You know, I kind of hope that they’re right and White terrorism is the greatest threat. If the last year has taught us anything, it’s that violence and threats of violence work.

  47. @Mike Tre
    What about that simulacrum of Floyd though? I mean, could they have made him look any more like a gorilla? He's so ugly it looks like his face was on fire and someone tried to extinguish the flames with an axe handle. And the Mr. Potato-head lips just bring it all together.

    Remember when Time Magazine was lambasted for making OJ's mug shot look darker and more sinister? Why are they making St. George look like he's about to go on a "Out-of-chicken-sandwiches-at-Popeye's" fueled mass shooting spree?

    Replies: @Jonathan Mason, @James J O'Meara, @Anonymous, @Alfa158, @magila, @Harry Baldwin

    It’s the cherry on top of the shit sandwich they’re making White people eat. It’s an old technique. First they start with the nice looking and polite ones (Sidney Poitier, Will Smith), then gradually they ramp up the repulsiveness. It makes our acceptance so much more satisfying for our leaders.

    They did the same thing with lesbians, and now with trannies.

    • Agree: Harry Baldwin
    • Replies: @Alden
    @James J O'Meara

    Excellent excellent post. Trannies used to really make an effort to pass as women. And often succeeded except for the height. But now, for instance Richard Levine’s fright wig looks soooo awful. Who wears their hair like that?

  48. I remember when Obama was first elected and Amy Goodman had the googly-eyed guy from the SPLC on DemocracyNow! to breathlessly talk about the hundreds of white supremacist groups and how very likely it was that Obama would be assassinated.

    Incidentally, no word from Steve or anyone else on the same groups making this up being prime supporters of what is going on in East Jerusalem and Gaza right now? Seems like if there is any targeted death and destruction going on…

    Ethnic cleansing and violence for me but not for thee…

  49. It’s down to 48 percent because of the passage of the 1965 Immigration Reform Act and post-1965 Immigration Policy…

  50. @anonymous
    On August 23, 2019 a white supremacist murdered 23 Latinos in a Walmart in El Paso.

    On October 27, 2018 a white supremacist murdered 11 Jews in a synagogue in Pittsburg.

    How is white supremacy not the greatest terrorist threat facing the country? Why are you denying this? Do you sympathize with the white supremacist murderers?

    Replies: @Boomthorkell, @El Dato, @Reg Cæsar, @Jonathan Mason, @WJ, @Ben tillman, @e, @Forbes, @Mike7707, @aldasfail770

    Every Jew murdered in Pitt was white. How is that a good example of a white supremacist crime?

    • Agree: Alden
    • Replies: @gandydancer
    @WJ


    Every Jew murdered in Pitt was white. How is that a good example of a white supremacist crime?
     
    The identification of anti-Semitism with White Supremacism is inexact, but for all I know may have intersected in Robert Gregory Bowers. Anyway, generally the folks with Jews on the brain don't think Jews are "white", even those who don't look remotely Semitic. You didn't know this?
  51. more evidence of our changing demographics. Straight Whites are now a minority among those under the age of 40. This is the reason we see polls like this and the great awakening. The majority of Americans under the age of 45 benefit from this anti-white agenda. If the poll was directed at people under the age of 45 we would see that the majority of these Americans are woke and fully support the anti-white agenda.

    US population under the age of 40
    Year- Whites -Non-Whites
    1990 – 120 M – 36 M
    2020 – 85 M — 79 M

    12% of the Whites under the age of 40 will have non-white children, so their progeny benefits from the anti-white woke ideology. 0% of the non-whites will have white children, since it takes two whites to produce a white child. This is another reason the White population is in decline while the non-white population continues to grow.

    • Replies: @JohnnyWalker123
    @Travis

    Good points, but remember this.

    We've got 6 million Jews in America. Yet for some reason, their small numbers don't doom them to political or social irrelevance. 6 million Jews have more power than 200 million White Gentiles.

    In Israel, a similar number of Jews are thriving, while also defying hundreds of millions of Muslims.

    A lesson to be learned.

    Replies: @Art Deco

  52. And yet PBS is always begging us for more $$$ in donations. No money from me! Too liberal, and too many British shows. And adding wokeness in children’s’ programs – more subversive propaganda.

    • Replies: @gandydancer
    @Sir Launcelot Canning


    And yet PBS is always begging us for more $$$ in donations. No money from me!
     
    You wish. You pay taxes, don't you?
  53. @JohnnyWalker123
    I'd say that White Supremacist terrorism is roughly as much of a threat to Americans as Islamic terrorism.

    So why not respond with the same degree of aggressiveness?

    Replies: @Thomas, @3g4me, @The Plutonium Kid

    @12 JohnnyWalker123: Even if there were such a thing as a “White Supremacist Terrorist,” treating such a person the same as a Mussulman in America would be a category error. Whites founded and built this country. Mohammedans here are alien parasites. Same with Hindus using American pseudonyms online.

    • Agree: ben tillman
    • Replies: @JohnnyWalker123
    @3g4me

    You missed the point.

    There is no "terrorism" problem from anywhere. It's hype designed to bring in an Orwellian surveillance state at home, and permanent warfare abroad. Your odds of being killed by a "White Supremacist" are roughly equal to your odds of being killed by "Al-Qaeda." Zero.

    As for Muslims, they may make lousy immigrants, but that's not a "terrorism" problem. It's an immigration problem.

    Useful idiots such as yourself will keep this country embroiled in perpetual, bankruptcy-inducing wars for decades to come. The "war on terror" is BS that will drain your country of the future Medicare&Social Security funds that you would've depended on in retirement, but you'll never get because we wasted it "fighting terrorism" overseas. We spent $5 trillion in Iraq alone fighting the menace of "terrorism." How much more would you care to spend? Would you be willing to trade your future Medicare-paid hip replacement for a few more fighter jets so we can bomb "terrorists" in Syria/Iran/Iraq/[insert another of the dozens of Muslim countries in existence]? "Goyishe Kopf."

    Replies: @3g4me, @Redman

    , @Rob McX
    @3g4me

    Exactly. And if race-conscious whites become a threat, it won't be to America. They'll only be a threat to the insane parody of its former self that America has become, where race replacement and sexual degeneracy are celebrated. The white dissident right is a threat to "America" but not to America.

    Replies: @JohnnyWalker123

  54. @Reg Cæsar
    @anonymous


    Do you sympathize with the white supremacist murderers?
     
    Do you think the ones that survive should be executed? Most of us do. The ACLU and Amnesty International don't. Go discuss this with them, please.

    How is white supremacy not the greatest terrorist threat facing the country?
     
    https://cdnph.upi.com/sv/ph/og/i/9721448741080/2015/2/14487450857968/v1.5/Internet-mocks-Islamic-State-by-editing-rubber-ducks-into-recruitment-photos.jpg

    Replies: @Polistra, @tyrone, @TomSchmidt, @Rob Lee

    Where did you find that picture? Excellent.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @TomSchmidt


    Where did you find that picture? Excellent.

     

    A simple search. It was a meme mocking ISIS from about six years ago.
  55. @vhrm
    @anon


    Be interesting to see the racial breakdown of that poll.
     
    Then click the link in the tweet and read the article...

    actually it's not in the text but you can feast your eyes upon this image:
    https://d3i6fh83elv35t.cloudfront.net/static/2021/05/white-supremacy-threat-rev-1200x900.png

    Replies: @Art Deco, @anon, @Forbes

    Thanks for that, but it isn’t quite what I was asking.

    • Replies: @res
    @anon

    So you still didn't click through?! Was this what you were asking? From the end of the article.


    PBS NewsHour, NPR and Marist Poll conducted a survey May 4-10 that polled 1,249 U.S. adults (margin of error of 3.3 percentage points) 1,075 registered voters (margin of error of 3.6 percentage points), 737 white Americans (margin of error of 4.3 percentage points, 137 Black Americans (margin of error of 10.1 percentage points) and 187 Latino Americans (margin of error of 8.6 percentage points).
     

    Replies: @anon, @anon

  56. @Desiderius
    @International Jew

    You’ve got work to do at the Country Club or schul or wherever. Serious as a heart attack.

    https://twitter.com/Heminator/status/1394462226879328258?s=20

    This isn’t bananas it’s genocidal.

    Replies: @Charon, @anon, @Forbes

    Embrace the power of “and”. Jay Rosen’s imaginary friend in Virginia is both insane and genocidal.

  57. Anonymous[302] • Disclaimer says:
    @Mike Tre
    What about that simulacrum of Floyd though? I mean, could they have made him look any more like a gorilla? He's so ugly it looks like his face was on fire and someone tried to extinguish the flames with an axe handle. And the Mr. Potato-head lips just bring it all together.

    Remember when Time Magazine was lambasted for making OJ's mug shot look darker and more sinister? Why are they making St. George look like he's about to go on a "Out-of-chicken-sandwiches-at-Popeye's" fueled mass shooting spree?

    Replies: @Jonathan Mason, @James J O'Meara, @Anonymous, @Alfa158, @magila, @Harry Baldwin

    There’s no disputing about taste but the canonical Jesus Floyd face is not really so bad, to the point Black people would keep going along with it without winceing. It’s not like Rockefeller-Center-statue bad. It’s crucially non-threatening if not exactly beatific.

    We have a media run by, essentially, gay men deeply interested if not invested in the allure of macho/crude hip-hop brutes. Since the guy’s visage on the day was approximately “gibbering maniac” of course they are are not going to use that likeness in the sacred context. Also, there are times prettiness is in fashion, then there’s a subtle herd change, and we get some ugly celebs until the syndicate of girly British folk singers mounts another campaign for attention that lasts a year or so, rinse, repeat.

  58. They oversampled Democrats again. Given the way past election polls swing 14 points towards the Republicans every election, it’s probably 62% don’t believe the lie.

    • Agree: gandydancer
  59. the “perception” of ” white supremacy” and ALL that could possibly imply is the greatest threat to the Democrat party and the “fringe Left” that is attempting to take over the good ‘ol USA

  60. @anonymous
    On August 23, 2019 a white supremacist murdered 23 Latinos in a Walmart in El Paso.

    On October 27, 2018 a white supremacist murdered 11 Jews in a synagogue in Pittsburg.

    How is white supremacy not the greatest terrorist threat facing the country? Why are you denying this? Do you sympathize with the white supremacist murderers?

    Replies: @Boomthorkell, @El Dato, @Reg Cæsar, @Jonathan Mason, @WJ, @Ben tillman, @e, @Forbes, @Mike7707, @aldasfail770

    Those weren’t white supremacists. There is no such thing in this day and age.

  61. @Mike Tre
    What about that simulacrum of Floyd though? I mean, could they have made him look any more like a gorilla? He's so ugly it looks like his face was on fire and someone tried to extinguish the flames with an axe handle. And the Mr. Potato-head lips just bring it all together.

    Remember when Time Magazine was lambasted for making OJ's mug shot look darker and more sinister? Why are they making St. George look like he's about to go on a "Out-of-chicken-sandwiches-at-Popeye's" fueled mass shooting spree?

    Replies: @Jonathan Mason, @James J O'Meara, @Anonymous, @Alfa158, @magila, @Harry Baldwin

    There are lots of photographs of Floyd out there. You can therefore see that was not a simulacrum, designed to make him look like a gorilla, it is a faithful, accurate representation. If anyone had wanted to make him look like a gorilla, they would have kept the prognathic facial structure but given him thin lips.

    • Agree: new Stalin
  62. Astonishingly, not all Americans feel that the next toss will come up Heads.

  63. The most lethal threat to the safety of the citizens on this country is the Democratic party and the MSM’s lack of acknowledgement, that cities all over our country were being burnt down and terrorized last Summer by BLM, Antifa and a bunch of paid protesters.

    The next most lethal threat to the safety of the citizens on this country is the sequestering of free speech or censoring of an entire political party. Or even censoring the POTUS!

    Then the next most lethal threat to the safety of the citizens on this country would be black crime and how it is downplayed in society today. While you so proudly displayed “TWO” incidents of white mass shooters that took place over the last three years…I can show you “EIGHTY” mass shootings that have taken place in the US over the last two months!

    https://www.gunviolencearchive.org/reports/mass-shooting

    Almost every single one is black on black or inner-city crime related. And you got all butt hurt over two mass shootings that happened three years ago. You need to quit drinking the liberal propaganda juice there buddy and take a sip of reality!

  64. @Thomas
    @JohnnyWalker123


    I’d say that White Supremacist terrorism is roughly as much of a threat to Americans as Islamic terrorism.

    So why not respond with the same degree of aggressiveness?
     

    It's been said before, but if we treated "White Supremacist terrorism" like Islamic terrorism, we'd import thousands more white immigrants every year, call "White Supremacy" an "ideology of peace," and elect a President named Adolf Lincoln Rockwell, all just to show we have nothing against White Supremacy. After all, you're not White Supremophobic, are you?

    Replies: @Ben tillman, @JohnnyWalker123

    LOL and awesome comment!

  65. Anon[369] • Disclaimer says:

    OT:

    Bye-bye Broadway: A grim prognosis for New York’s theaters

    By Alexander Nussbaum
    May 18, 202

    New York City Broadway theaters closed on March 12, 2020. The closure was supposed to be for just one month. Fourteen months later, the theaters are still closed. But now Governor Cuomo has announced New York’s theaters are cleared for reopening, starting September 14. No less than 23 plays are scheduled to open between September and November…

    Broadway’s 41 theaters range in capacity from 600 to just under 2,000, but more than 30 seat more than 1,000. A play has to be at close to 100% audience capacity to be economically viable. Taking out seats would require drastically raising already pre-Wuhan Virus sky high prices. Cuomo has hinted all theater patrons will require proof of vaccination…

    On January 13, 2020, just one month before the Wuhan virus closed Broadway, The Broadway League released its annual demographic report for the 2018-2019 season. Not knowing of the debacle that was only four weeks away, the report had a glowing tone, “This is a thrilling time for Broadway and our audiences…It’s so exciting to see younger and more diverse audiences filling our theaters.… In the 2018-2019 season, Broadway shows welcomed 14.8 million admissions, an all-time high.”

    But when you get down to examining the details of the demographics, it paints a bleak future for a post-Wuhan virus theater.

    The report bragged that “Along with the overall growth in attendance, the number of admissions by non-Caucasian theatre goers reached a record high of 3.8 million.” But that means just over 74% of theater goers were Caucasians. The theater thus depends on toxic whites.

    The average age of attendees was 42.3 years old, about a year older than during the previous season. The theater depends on older patrons. Furthermore, most theatergoers reported going to the theater as children, and 41% of adults had a graduate degree. Theater depends on those whose cultural heritage was passing on love of theater.

    The report’s own numbers put lie to its assessment that theater goers were getting younger and more diverse. Because of record admissions in 2018-2109, the number who were non-white and young rose too, but not the percentages.

    The average annual household income of the Broadway theatre goers was a stunning $261,000, well up from the previous year’s average of $222,120. The average ticket price for the 2018-19 season was a hefty $145.60. The theater depends on those whose wealth needs to be redistributed…

    https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2021/05/byebye_broadway_a_grim_prognosis_for_new_yorks_theaters.html

    • Thanks: Alden
    • Replies: @Buffalo Joe
    @Anon

    ThreeSixNine, write a play about a historical White statesman and pretend he is black and make the dialogue in hip hop and Whites eat it up. Next up "Ibram X. Kendi" the musical.

    , @photondancer
    @Anon

    I used to go to the theatre a lot here in Sydney and it holds here too. Theatre goers are overwhelmingly middle aged and affluent (whereas symphony and opera goers are overwhelmingly geriatric and affluent). I've noticed an increase in woke plots for theatrical productions, indicating the owners/playwrights are trying to reach a younger audience. We'll see if it works; my guess is it won't.

    Meanwhile Hamilton is running for months and months. It's very depressing. Aussies used to pride themselves on resisting American culture but that's all gone now.

    , @Jim Christian
    @Anon

    All attendees in this scenario are jewish and so do not count in your calculations because you don't mention the truth of the matter.

  66. Given that not believing in white supremacy is the surest sign of white supremacy, the fact that America is 48% white supremacist is all the confirmation that the 52% will need about it being the greatest terror threat!

  67. @Jonathan Mason
    @Mike Tre

    No, George Floyd was not a very good looking man, but this comment could be taken as a wee bit racist, particularly the use of the word 'gorilla', which is generally considered to be unacceptable, unless you are talking about glue.

    Of course I would have to see your pen sketch of Mitch McConnell or Sarah Sanders, for comparative purposes to be sure, and to see which primate, fish, or marine mammal you compared them to.

    Replies: @SunBakedSuburb, @Alden, @Jim Bob Lassiter, @Achmed E. Newman, @Mike Tre

    “wee bit racist”

    Lighten up, harpy.

    “gorilla”

    Whilst the blessed martyr George and I were of different colors, or rather, he was of colour while I am a blank, we both had gorilla bodies in common. I have found that desirable women still seem drawn to me whilst St. George had to stick a gun in their pregnant bellies to get their attention. Is this an example of systemic racism? Soothe your sorrow for the black and ugly with the knowledge that in Heaven we are all white and good looking. Just like Nordic Jesus.

  68. PBS should not exist. Period.

  69. e says:
    @anonymous
    On August 23, 2019 a white supremacist murdered 23 Latinos in a Walmart in El Paso.

    On October 27, 2018 a white supremacist murdered 11 Jews in a synagogue in Pittsburg.

    How is white supremacy not the greatest terrorist threat facing the country? Why are you denying this? Do you sympathize with the white supremacist murderers?

    Replies: @Boomthorkell, @El Dato, @Reg Cæsar, @Jonathan Mason, @WJ, @Ben tillman, @e, @Forbes, @Mike7707, @aldasfail770

    Re: the El Paso murderer

    First, I’d never thought I’d say this years ago, but ever since the Boston Marathon screw ups, the Branch Davidians, the failures of the investigation of the Las Vegas slaughter, the attempts to frame Trump, the entire corruption of the FBI….I don’t believe a damned thing said by “authorities” who either ARE the FBI or who work with the FBI. The last thing they’re trying to do is protect you or me.

    Second, from what I have read (and by God, I don’t trust the media any more–why should I?), this guy could have been motivated by policies that made him anti-immigrant or anti-illegal immigrant (that’ll happen to people who have been invaded by them while their government and the Elites say, “Hey, come on in”). That doesn’t mean he was motivated by hatred of a race. If hundreds of people of other nationalities were in that Walmart, you have no idea that this murderer wouldn’t have done the same.

    He’s a murderer. The reason he hated as much as he did the people who were in that store are not likely the reasons the media told you he hated. Maybe their behavior was the reason. That wouldn’t make his murdering any less horrid, but it would stop people like you from always misunderstanding sociological pathologies that rip a country apart.

  70. @Pericles

    PBS: How Dare 48% of Americans Not Believe Their President That White Supremacy Is the Most Lethal Terrorist Threat to the Homeland Today?

     

    A President who is furthermore entirely legit!

    Replies: @Kylie

    “A President who is furthermore entirely legit!”

    And who, according to Doctor Jill, can often hold both his water and his sippy cup for minutes at a time.

    • LOL: Joseph Doaks
    • Replies: @Rob McX
    @Kylie

    Stop sniggering. If Jeffrey Epstein can give marriage advice to Bill Gates in this Clown World of ours, Joe Biden has every right to be POTUS.

  71. @Desiderius
    @International Jew

    You’ve got work to do at the Country Club or schul or wherever. Serious as a heart attack.

    https://twitter.com/Heminator/status/1394462226879328258?s=20

    This isn’t bananas it’s genocidal.

    Replies: @Charon, @anon, @Forbes

    Under Joe Biden and the Deep State, America is to become an authoritarian white Christian nationalist state?? Bonkers.

    Meanwhile, every effort is being made to marginalize white Christian males. Bonkers on steroids.

  72. Anonymous[318] • Disclaimer says:

    So 52% of “Americans” are not in reailty..

  73. @Redman
    Leaving aside that the alleged Floyd “killing” was by an Asian a black and 2 whites. Why does PBS along with most of the western world assume that the death of Floyd involved race at all? Can we all acknowledge that this is 100% projection?

    OT-Steve, can you please cover the meltdown of the cult of Fauci? It’s happening right now in real time. Tucker pointed out tonight that he’s suddenly using systemic racism to deflect from the Nicholas Wade article. He’s clearly on the run.

    Replies: @BenKenobi, @ChrisZ

    Redman, it wouldn’t be the first time Dr. Fauci has come under fire–nor the first time he gave indication of a certain brittleness of character.

    Fauci was one of the first public figures in my memory to buckle under the full onslaught of gay activism. This was back in the late 1980s, at the height of the AIDS crisis, when Fauci oversaw, and was the public face of, HIV research at the NIH. As such he was responsible for allocating (or advocating for) government funding. But his promotion of AIDS research over other health concerns was deemed insufficiently avid by gays, and he was subjected to a campaign of personal vilification.

    You can get a feel for what Fauci was subjected to in this “open letter” that gay playwright Larry Kramer published in the San Francisco Chronicle, in which Fauci is labelled a murderer who should be put before a firing squad:

    https://aep.lib.rochester.edu/node/49111

    It all must have been terrifying to a rather mild-mannered researcher and bureaucrat. Very quickly Fauci acquiesced to the hysteria, changed his tune completely, and began a very public “redemption” campaign to boost AIDS funding and to make research into its treatment the nation’s number one health priority. I was a kid at the time, but the public turnabout, and its cause, left an impression on me that resurfaced last year, when Fauci was once again thrust into the public spotlight. It made me wary that here was a guy whose judgments as both an administrator and scientist had once proved vulnerable to public pressure. I was therefore not surprise at points in our current crisis when his recommendations seemed to have a mercurial quality.

    I was also not surprised to see that the earlier crisis of his career received hardly any comment in the press. In a quick search, I did find one Washington Post article from last year, which recalls the events of 30 years ago:

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/history/2020/05/20/fauci-aids-nih-coronavirus/

    However, the article is a perfect specimen of the “Who-Whom” style of journalism with which we’re all familiar on this forum. You can see in it how the historical record has been acknowledged, but recast, to turn it into a big misunderstanding between the two mutually-loving, virtuous parties of young Dr. Fauci and ’80s-era gay activists.

    The whole episode is an object lesson in how the Left lavishly rewards its targeted “enemies,” when they abjectly surrender and convert. Dr. Fauci spent the 1990s lionized by the gay community, and even became the inspiration for a character in a Larry Kramer play. His career prospered following his conversion, and his reputation was burnished by the Left’s house organs, as the above Post article attests.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @ChrisZ

    As it turned out, AIDS was easier to treat than most experts had expected. I can recall how sad I felt when Magic Johnson made his HIV announcement in 1991. He talked bravely about how his genius doctor David Ho had promised him the latest treatment, but everybody knew at the time he was a dead man talking.

    Now he's still here.

    It was a little like how the vaccine for coronavirus worked out better and faster than anybody except the optimistic Trump expected.

    Replies: @Getaclue, @vhrm, @James Forrestal, @John Johnson, @Rockford Tyson

    , @AnotherDad
    @ChrisZ


    Very quickly Fauci acquiesced to the hysteria, changed his tune completely, and began a very public “redemption” campaign to boost AIDS funding and to make research into its treatment the nation’s number one health priority.
     
    Everything about AIDS was sleazy, hypocritical and ridiculous. It was a classic minoritarian shit show--a precursor of what we see today.

    Homosexuals wild bathhouse promiscuity cause the AIDS crisis ... so it was my fault. Homos are a minority so ... all the normal public health VD procedures/tracking ... were cancelled. (Kind of like policing not applying to blacks, because they need it.)

    A disease that is absolutely no threat to anyone willing to control their sexual behavior and IV drug use .... is the most important thing ever! The nation's highest priority!


    Said it before. I'll say it again. Minoritarianism is stupid. It makes basic logic a crime. It makes making sense a crime. Minoritarianism is the enemy of all coherent thought. Minoritarianism is the enemy of human progress, of humanity itself.

    Replies: @Art Deco, @Redman, @Dissident

  74. @anonymous
    On August 23, 2019 a white supremacist murdered 23 Latinos in a Walmart in El Paso.

    On October 27, 2018 a white supremacist murdered 11 Jews in a synagogue in Pittsburg.

    How is white supremacy not the greatest terrorist threat facing the country? Why are you denying this? Do you sympathize with the white supremacist murderers?

    Replies: @Boomthorkell, @El Dato, @Reg Cæsar, @Jonathan Mason, @WJ, @Ben tillman, @e, @Forbes, @Mike7707, @aldasfail770

    Since everyone is a racist, race supremacy surely exists in the heart of every man, woman, child, and tranny.

    Why? Implicit bias. You don’t know it, but you are biased. So you’ll just have to live with racist self.

    • Replies: @Joseph Doaks
    @Forbes

    "Since everyone is a racist, race supremacy surely exists in the heart of every man, woman, child, and tranny."

    This is absolutely true. Of course, people are selected by evolution and genetically programmed to prefer their own family group, i.e., their own race. It requires a stream of continuous propaganda to persuade people to believe, or to pretend to believe, what they know in their heart of hearts is untrue. Everyone is "racist."

  75. e says:
    @Reg Cæsar
    The fact that Bill Cosby is in prison and Bill Clinton is not is all the evidence of white supremacy you need. Point this out to your neighborhood BLM or Antifa fanatic.

    They should receive equal punishment.

    Replies: @Redneck farmer, @80s Relic, @Art Deco, @James J O'Meara, @e, @Skyler the Weird, @Mark Miller

    Hollywood had every opportunity to go after Clinton and chose not to.

    They jumped on Cosby when they could.

    Blame the progs for this. Even THEY hated Cos.

    My theory: The women who could blow a whistle on Clinton know how powerful he and his wife are and how folks who tell tales about them tend to die shortly thereafter.

    Secondly, Clinton is a charmer. Those he didn’t touch are likely to be flattered by any attention he gives them short of sexual assault.

    As for Cosby: ask anyone who came into contact with him. He’s downright mean.

    Having lived close to Tahoe for a few years, I knew all kinds of people who worked in the casinos, most of them blackjack dealers or sports book employees. They all wanted to run when Cosby came their way. He is an utterly despicable man.

    I suspect the denizens of the entertainment world of Hollywood had experienced the same from him so they weren’t about to come to his rescue.

    I’ll bet STeve has heard a few of those stories of his behavior.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @e

    My parents went to a Harry Belafonte concert at the Hollywood Bowl 50 years ago this summer, but Belafonte was sick so his pal Bill Cosby substituted. My parents knew I was a big Cosby fan and was always doing his Noah and Chocolate Cake bits, so they stayed rather than get their money back. But then Cosby worked blue, which my parents didn't like at all. They were not pleased. I was up in the Sierras with my cousins but my parents called me to tell me about it.

    It's a curious story. By that point, Cosby had tons of perfected G-rated material that he could have done for 15,000 middle-aged Belafonte fans at the Hollywood Bowl, but instead he did 1 AM on the Sunset Strip stuff.

    So I was never too surprised by his subsequent scandals.

    Replies: @J1234

    , @Abolish_public_education
    @e

    William H. Cosby, EdD is a prominent critic of public education.

  76. @vhrm
    @anon


    Be interesting to see the racial breakdown of that poll.
     
    Then click the link in the tweet and read the article...

    actually it's not in the text but you can feast your eyes upon this image:
    https://d3i6fh83elv35t.cloudfront.net/static/2021/05/white-supremacy-threat-rev-1200x900.png

    Replies: @Art Deco, @anon, @Forbes

    79% of blacks and 65% of whites agree–then how’d they get to 52% total?? Zero percent of all other

    • Replies: @vhrm
    @Forbes

    Note that it's 79% of blacks agree and 65% of whites DISagree.
    It's bad phrasing on their part.

    The results though are pretty troubling. The part that kind of floored me was how many people think the Chauvin verdict was just.


    Most Americans — 77 percent — agree that Chauvin was guilty of murdering Floyd, including nearly all Democrats and most independents. But 15 percent of Americans disagree with the trial’s verdict. Republicans are split, with 52 percent saying they agree with Chauvin’s conviction. Looking across race and ethnicity, 89 percent of Black Americans support the outcome, along with 74 percent of white Americans and 79 percent of Latino Americans.
     
    This is quite sad. idk how much of that is the media's fault how much is people just being "stupid" and how much is something else, but it is quite an alienating thing to read.
  77. @3g4me
    @JohnnyWalker123

    @12 JohnnyWalker123: Even if there were such a thing as a "White Supremacist Terrorist," treating such a person the same as a Mussulman in America would be a category error. Whites founded and built this country. Mohammedans here are alien parasites. Same with Hindus using American pseudonyms online.

    Replies: @JohnnyWalker123, @Rob McX

    You missed the point.

    There is no “terrorism” problem from anywhere. It’s hype designed to bring in an Orwellian surveillance state at home, and permanent warfare abroad. Your odds of being killed by a “White Supremacist” are roughly equal to your odds of being killed by “Al-Qaeda.” Zero.

    As for Muslims, they may make lousy immigrants, but that’s not a “terrorism” problem. It’s an immigration problem.

    Useful idiots such as yourself will keep this country embroiled in perpetual, bankruptcy-inducing wars for decades to come. The “war on terror” is BS that will drain your country of the future Medicare&Social Security funds that you would’ve depended on in retirement, but you’ll never get because we wasted it “fighting terrorism” overseas. We spent $5 trillion in Iraq alone fighting the menace of “terrorism.” How much more would you care to spend? Would you be willing to trade your future Medicare-paid hip replacement for a few more fighter jets so we can bomb “terrorists” in Syria/Iran/Iraq/[insert another of the dozens of Muslim countries in existence]? “Goyishe Kopf.”

    • Agree: Redman
    • Thanks: Paul Jolliffe
    • Replies: @3g4me
    @JohnnyWalker123

    @76 JohnnyWalker123: How quaint to be strawmanned as a civnat boomer by a larper 'murrican. Find me one of my comments, here or anywhere else, where I advocate 'fighting terrrorism' or getting involved anywhere outside of this continent. My routine take on the Middle East is that I hope they all kill each other off. The only people who need to be 'fought' are the immivaders who must be forcibly repatriated. Interesting and elucidating that you find that so very uncomfortable that you need to deflect.

    Replies: @adreadline, @Whitey Whiteman III, @JohnnyWalker123

    , @Redman
    @JohnnyWalker123

    Ron Paul had a piece today asserting that the US debt (with SS and Medicare obligations) is $123 Trillion.

    What happened to the days of Gramm-Rudmam and Ross Perot? There seems to be a death wish among the current crop of TPTB in Washington.

  78. @Thomas
    @JohnnyWalker123


    I’d say that White Supremacist terrorism is roughly as much of a threat to Americans as Islamic terrorism.

    So why not respond with the same degree of aggressiveness?
     

    It's been said before, but if we treated "White Supremacist terrorism" like Islamic terrorism, we'd import thousands more white immigrants every year, call "White Supremacy" an "ideology of peace," and elect a President named Adolf Lincoln Rockwell, all just to show we have nothing against White Supremacy. After all, you're not White Supremophobic, are you?

    Replies: @Ben tillman, @JohnnyWalker123

    We’ve got 5 million European immigrants in America, and have elected/reelected 3 White presidents in the post-911 era. Our current president happens to be White, as does his entire extended family. Same with the previous president.

    That aside, America has also murdered and displaced millions of Muslims across the Middle East. Even Barack “Hussein Obama (who was an atheist by the way) didn’t stop the wars. Muslims voted for Obama, then got Bush II.

    37 million is a big number. Whatever Whites have had to face in America is trivial relative to the carnage that the US has inflicted in the devastated Muslim homelands.

    If I called you a “peaceful” man and then executed your entire extended family, would you say I was offering a genuine or empty compliment? Would you perhaps get a bit angry and attack me?

    • Disagree: Lot
    • Replies: @bomag
    @JohnnyWalker123


    The US “War on Terror” Has Created at Least 37 Million Refugees

     

    I don't want to defend US policy here, but counting refugees and the reasons for such is a racket.

    Whatever Whites have had to face in America is trivial relative to the carnage that the US has inflicted in the devastated Muslim homelands.
     
    Iraq's population has more than doubled since we mucked around in the place, adding towards 30 million people. Kind of wish US Whites could suffer such carnage.

    Replies: @JohnnyWalker123, @John Johnson

  79. @Travis
    more evidence of our changing demographics. Straight Whites are now a minority among those under the age of 40. This is the reason we see polls like this and the great awakening. The majority of Americans under the age of 45 benefit from this anti-white agenda. If the poll was directed at people under the age of 45 we would see that the majority of these Americans are woke and fully support the anti-white agenda.

    US population under the age of 40
    Year- Whites -Non-Whites
    1990 – 120 M – 36 M
    2020 – 85 M — 79 M

    12% of the Whites under the age of 40 will have non-white children, so their progeny benefits from the anti-white woke ideology. 0% of the non-whites will have white children, since it takes two whites to produce a white child. This is another reason the White population is in decline while the non-white population continues to grow.

    Replies: @JohnnyWalker123

    Good points, but remember this.

    We’ve got 6 million Jews in America. Yet for some reason, their small numbers don’t doom them to political or social irrelevance. 6 million Jews have more power than 200 million White Gentiles.

    In Israel, a similar number of Jews are thriving, while also defying hundreds of millions of Muslims.

    A lesson to be learned.

    • Replies: @Art Deco
    @JohnnyWalker123

    6 million Jews have more power than 200 million White Gentiles.

    In your imagination only.

    Replies: @JohnnyWalker123

  80. @Art Deco
    @Reg Cæsar

    I have a suspicion the vast majority of accusations against Cosby were humbug. That having been said, is there any credible evidence that Clinton ever drugged anyone in order to ravish them?

    Replies: @Jonathan Mason, @Alden, @Reg Cæsar

    Cosby did have a trial. The prosecutor proved to the jury beyond a reasonable doubt Cosby was guilty of drugging the women and rape when they were unconscious. Being unconscious is not implied consent. Possession of the drugs is a felony, let alone giving them to someone.

    And Cosby, like OJ and other multimillionaires had the best attorneys, investigators jury selectors etc that money could buy. Plus there was his good husband and father aura from that TV show. Plus his preaching that blacks should settle down and start obeying the laws.

    I didn’t follow the case. I was surprised he was convicted.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @Alden

    I was a big fan of Cosby's kid-oriented comedy around 1969. In the 1970s, he seemed to spend most of his free time at the Playboy Mansion, so I was surprised when he suddenly emerged as America's Dad in the 1980s. He got involved in a nasty scandal where he was having some girl who was probably his daughter imprisoned for blackmailing him. But then his son was murdered by a white carjacker while trying to change a flat tire on Mulholland Drive and the 405, so that scandal got memory-holed. Cosby never seemed to blame white people in general for his son being murdered by a white man, which I appreciate.

    Replies: @northeast, @Art Deco, @Reg Cæsar, @AceDeuce

    , @Redman
    @Alden

    Did you see the Chauvin trial? I don’t think pointing to a jury verdict in 2021 USA is evidence of much of anything anymore.

  81. @3g4me
    @JohnnyWalker123

    @12 JohnnyWalker123: Even if there were such a thing as a "White Supremacist Terrorist," treating such a person the same as a Mussulman in America would be a category error. Whites founded and built this country. Mohammedans here are alien parasites. Same with Hindus using American pseudonyms online.

    Replies: @JohnnyWalker123, @Rob McX

    Exactly. And if race-conscious whites become a threat, it won’t be to America. They’ll only be a threat to the insane parody of its former self that America has become, where race replacement and sexual degeneracy are celebrated. The white dissident right is a threat to “America” but not to America.

    • Agree: 3g4me
    • Replies: @JohnnyWalker123
    @Rob McX

    Whites aren't a threat to anybody. Worrying about "White Supremacist terrorism" is akin to worrying about the monster who lives under your bed.

    "Muslim terrorists" aren't a threat to America either.

    The politicians and intel agencies hype all this stuff so they can take away your freedom through mass surveillance, while also skimming off trillions in grift in the same of "national security."

    Terrorism is a total non-issue in contemporary America.

    That was the point of the post. My post was meant as a flippant attack on all the terrorism paranoia that grips Americans of all races and political persuasions.

  82. It is common in Europe to blame anti-semitic attacks on the “far right” or “white supremacists”. But even the “woke” press have not tried to play this game when covering the current round of attacks: there is too much smartphone footage that identifies the perpetrators as Muslims.

  83. @Kylie
    @Pericles

    "A President who is furthermore entirely legit!"

    And who, according to Doctor Jill, can often hold both his water and his sippy cup for minutes at a time.

    Replies: @Rob McX

    Stop sniggering. If Jeffrey Epstein can give marriage advice to Bill Gates in this Clown World of ours, Joe Biden has every right to be POTUS.

  84. @Jonathan Mason
    @anonymous


    On August 23, 2019 a white supremacist murdered 23 Latinos in a Walmart in El Paso.

    On October 27, 2018 a white supremacist murdered 11 Jews in a synagogue in Pittsburg.
     

    Well at least Dylan Roof and Timothy McVeigh were not white supremacists, just lone wolf lunatics--is that Steve's point?

    I think Steve is doing his angels dancing on the head of a pin thing over what is the definition of a card carrying white supremacy terrorist.

    The president has daily national security briefings and obviously his national security advisors have answered the question as to what is the greatest terrorist threat to the United States in terms of organized right-wing groups.

    Now, as we already know from the presidencies of George W Bush and Donald Trump, presidents may or may not pay attention to their national security briefings, and as we know from the presidency of both of those, a president may actually receive information, but relay a garbled version of it via Twitter or off-the-cuff speech.

    Anyway is Steve now going to reveal to us who the real biggest domestic terrorism danger is really from?

    My guess is that it is Ghislaine Maxwell terrorizing American billionaires, a former president or two, and politicians with testimony in Wienergate?

    Or it could be an alliance of the Apache and Comanche planning a coup to take back America, or take America back.

    Replies: @bomag

    A problem is that the Left freely slaps the terrorist™ label on political opposition.

  85. @Jonathan Mason
    @Mike Tre

    No, George Floyd was not a very good looking man, but this comment could be taken as a wee bit racist, particularly the use of the word 'gorilla', which is generally considered to be unacceptable, unless you are talking about glue.

    Of course I would have to see your pen sketch of Mitch McConnell or Sarah Sanders, for comparative purposes to be sure, and to see which primate, fish, or marine mammal you compared them to.

    Replies: @SunBakedSuburb, @Alden, @Jim Bob Lassiter, @Achmed E. Newman, @Mike Tre

    Don’t be such a Mr Priss. St George is one of the ugliest men I’ve ever seen in my entire life and I was a probation officer. So I’ve seen a lot of ugly blacks in my time.

    The pro abortion people should plaster his hideous face and life long criminal record all over their propaganda. Not a Woman’s Right To Choose. But “ do you really want a thing like this running around loose committing crimes and reproducing”?

    • Agree: new Stalin
  86. @Reg Cæsar
    @anonymous


    Do you sympathize with the white supremacist murderers?
     
    Do you think the ones that survive should be executed? Most of us do. The ACLU and Amnesty International don't. Go discuss this with them, please.

    How is white supremacy not the greatest terrorist threat facing the country?
     
    https://cdnph.upi.com/sv/ph/og/i/9721448741080/2015/2/14487450857968/v1.5/Internet-mocks-Islamic-State-by-editing-rubber-ducks-into-recruitment-photos.jpg

    Replies: @Polistra, @tyrone, @TomSchmidt, @Rob Lee

    Reg, looks like you’ve got a bad case of the TiDDieS!

    “Tiny Duck Derangement Syndrome”

    (I want the coin on that, please.)

  87. @Jonathan Mason
    @Mike Tre

    No, George Floyd was not a very good looking man, but this comment could be taken as a wee bit racist, particularly the use of the word 'gorilla', which is generally considered to be unacceptable, unless you are talking about glue.

    Of course I would have to see your pen sketch of Mitch McConnell or Sarah Sanders, for comparative purposes to be sure, and to see which primate, fish, or marine mammal you compared them to.

    Replies: @SunBakedSuburb, @Alden, @Jim Bob Lassiter, @Achmed E. Newman, @Mike Tre

    I’d like to see a Charlie Hebdo style depiction of Floyd laying a big ol’ sloppy wet French kiss on Jen
    Psaki.

  88. I know that it’s supposed to be racist to think of blacks as being only a few ticks north of The Great Apes on the Darwin map but–that picture of St. George won’t change anyone’s mind anytime soon. Yikes!

    • Agree: new Stalin
  89. @James J O'Meara
    @Mike Tre

    It's the cherry on top of the shit sandwich they're making White people eat. It's an old technique. First they start with the nice looking and polite ones (Sidney Poitier, Will Smith), then gradually they ramp up the repulsiveness. It makes our acceptance so much more satisfying for our leaders.

    They did the same thing with lesbians, and now with trannies.

    Replies: @Alden

    Excellent excellent post. Trannies used to really make an effort to pass as women. And often succeeded except for the height. But now, for instance Richard Levine’s fright wig looks soooo awful. Who wears their hair like that?

  90. @El Dato
    @anonymous

    Not exactly "great terrorist threats" by any definition.

    In particular their are not "terrorist" because there is basically no link between them.

    Might as well declare black murder rampages "terrorism".

    Note that since 2000 or so, "terrorism" is a state-approved label for events they want to put center page and want you to disapprove, not a classification. (e.g. bombing civilians via remote control: not terrorism; wanting to punch the face a Congresscritter in: terrorism)


    Do you sympathize with the white supremacist murderers?
     
    What's the name of the argument where the speaker demands that you rally to his side lest you show yourself to be morally deficient?

    Replies: @Charon, @Servant of Gla'aki

    In particular their are not “terrorist” because there is basically no link between them.

    Might as well declare black murder rampages “terrorism”.

    Precisely. “Terrorism” isn’t just whenever some mentally unstable jackass with abstruse political ideas murders someone. It’s part of a coordinated political strategy.

    In any event, urban street crime is a much, MUCH larger problem in the USA than any so-called terrorism.

    • Agree: ben tillman, gandydancer
  91. Even IRA prisoners were not treated as harshly as the January 6th political prisoners.

    Every one of those 400 people charged is a hero. They sent a message to the world: the regime in Washington is illegitimate.

  92. @Alden
    @Art Deco

    Cosby did have a trial. The prosecutor proved to the jury beyond a reasonable doubt Cosby was guilty of drugging the women and rape when they were unconscious. Being unconscious is not implied consent. Possession of the drugs is a felony, let alone giving them to someone.

    And Cosby, like OJ and other multimillionaires had the best attorneys, investigators jury selectors etc that money could buy. Plus there was his good husband and father aura from that TV show. Plus his preaching that blacks should settle down and start obeying the laws.

    I didn’t follow the case. I was surprised he was convicted.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Redman

    I was a big fan of Cosby’s kid-oriented comedy around 1969. In the 1970s, he seemed to spend most of his free time at the Playboy Mansion, so I was surprised when he suddenly emerged as America’s Dad in the 1980s. He got involved in a nasty scandal where he was having some girl who was probably his daughter imprisoned for blackmailing him. But then his son was murdered by a white carjacker while trying to change a flat tire on Mulholland Drive and the 405, so that scandal got memory-holed. Cosby never seemed to blame white people in general for his son being murdered by a white man, which I appreciate.

    • Replies: @northeast
    @Steve Sailer

    Cosby's wife was the one blaming whites for her son's murder. Cosby's son was murdered by a Russian immigrant.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @David In TN, @James Forrestal

    , @Art Deco
    @Steve Sailer

    He got involved in a nasty scandal where he was having some girl who was probably his daughter imprisoned for blackmailing him.

    IIRC, the girl's name was Autumn Jackson. The phone call during which she attempted to extort money out of him was recorded and the contents broadcast. Another man surfaced identifying himself as her father.

    , @Reg Cæsar
    @Steve Sailer


    I was a big fan of Cosby’s kid-oriented comedy around 1969.

     

    About that time he released 8:15/12:15, a double live album recorded in Tahoe at Harrah's in Tahoe. The first record was the early, family-friendly act and the second, much racier for the midnight crowd. There was plenty of overlap, but he sure didn't mention Camille "urping" despite using "the midnight trampoline" at the 8:15 show

    A friend of mine was shocked to be told that I saw a local star comic Jeff Gerbino perform at an open BBQ venue at the state fair. She had seen him at a club, where he had been quite raunchy. But they all tailor their acts to the particular audience.

    In the 1970s, he seemed to spend most of his free time at the Playboy Mansion, so I was surprised when he suddenly emerged as America’s Dad in the 1980s.
     
    Shel Silverstein followed the same path, albeit he was America's Crazy Uncle. There is a YouTube comment castigating him for the macabre "You're Always Welcome at Our House", saying it was most inappropriate for children's fare. Well, duh... It's not a children's song, it's a mock children's song, from his folk singer days. He did similar spoofs of the railroad and Civil War genres.

    Cosby never seemed to blame white people in general for his son being murdered by a white man, which I appreciate.
     
    He left that task to Hurricane Camille:

    Mrs. Cosby's racial paranoia:
    What right does a grieving mother have to blame American racism for the murder of her son by a Ukrainian immigrant?


    The killer was a Ukrainian Jew, probably a "refugee". Cosby had to be careful with that one. So did Hollywood. (Well, Instauration claimed to have evidence of a Jewish background, though the man boy referred to himself as a Christian at the trial. Make of that what you will.)

    Replies: @Art Deco

    , @AceDeuce
    @Steve Sailer

    I met a guy at a very upscale watering hole many years ago. He was involved in corporate aviation--he somehow started talking about Cosby, who owned at least one private jet, and went on about what a racist anti-White prick, and general douchebag, that Cosby was in real life, despite his image.

    He then mentioned Cosby's son, implying that he was into some pretty shady stuff. He went on about it. I never liked nor cared about Cosby, and didn't even know how many sons that he had--(just the one, as it turned out).

    Anyway, this guy was already pretty drunk when I met him, but very coherent. It stuck in my mind for two reasons--number one, we talked about several other things that evening. He said a couple of far-fetched things that I checked out later, and found out that he was 100% right about.

    The second thing was, I met him during the Atlanta Olympics in the late summer of 1996, which was four months before Cosby's son was killed.

    I later met another guy who played football at Temple with Cosby--he liked him, but hated his wife, whom he said was a big-time racist.

  93. @Art Deco
    @Reg Cæsar

    I have a suspicion the vast majority of accusations against Cosby were humbug. That having been said, is there any credible evidence that Clinton ever drugged anyone in order to ravish them?

    Replies: @Jonathan Mason, @Alden, @Reg Cæsar

    I have a suspicion the vast majority of accusations against Cosby were humbug. That having been said, is there any credible evidence that Clinton ever drugged anyone in order to ravish them?

    Of course not. Willie wanted them conscious, so they could feel his pain. Cosby was an herbivore, preferring vegetables. Clinton was an omnivore, wanting to try everything at least once. Incluuding* aggravated rape.

    I’m reading Chasing Cosby at the moment. The author quotes the usual rough estimate that only 2-10% of accusations are false. Using her arithmetic, the odds that all three of those women sitting next to Donald Trump in October 2016 were lying are somewhere from 1-in-1,000 to 1-in-125,000.

    The figures with Cosby’s 30+ accusers would be more than astronomical, they’d be intergalactic.

    …the vast majority of accusations against Cosby were humbug.

    All it takes is one that is true.

    *That was a typo, but I’m leaving it in because it’s hardly off-topic!

    Bill Cosby Has Got to Be on Quaaludes if He Thinks He Will Beat Rape Charges

    • Replies: @Art Deco
    @Reg Cæsar

    The author quotes the usual rough estimate that only 2-10% of accusations are false.

    And you took that seriously just why?

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    , @gandydancer
    @Reg Cæsar


    The author quotes the usual rough estimate that only 2-10% of accusations are false.
     
    That's the Woke estimate, not a "rough estimate", and it doesn't remotely apply to the intersecting subset of "no proof" and "fat wallet target".
  94. @Anon
    Who gets to define"terrorism"? I guess if they try hard enough to constrain their definition, they can make a case that WS is the biggest threat. My own lyin eyes tell me that POC criminality, mayhem, and misbehavior causes vastly more national damage (ie de-facto terrorism) than a few hundred WS.

    Replies: @Prester John

    Sorta goes without saying, only we don’t get to wield the megaphone and call the tune–which why this website and others like it (Taki, VDARE etc.) become marginalized. And until the rest of the country wakes up and comes to the realization that they’ve bought into a narrative cooked up by a minority who never saw them as anything more than petit-bourgeois trailer trash, there will be no end to the outrages.

    • Agree: Joseph Doaks
  95. @Steve Sailer
    @Alden

    I was a big fan of Cosby's kid-oriented comedy around 1969. In the 1970s, he seemed to spend most of his free time at the Playboy Mansion, so I was surprised when he suddenly emerged as America's Dad in the 1980s. He got involved in a nasty scandal where he was having some girl who was probably his daughter imprisoned for blackmailing him. But then his son was murdered by a white carjacker while trying to change a flat tire on Mulholland Drive and the 405, so that scandal got memory-holed. Cosby never seemed to blame white people in general for his son being murdered by a white man, which I appreciate.

    Replies: @northeast, @Art Deco, @Reg Cæsar, @AceDeuce

    Cosby’s wife was the one blaming whites for her son’s murder. Cosby’s son was murdered by a Russian immigrant.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @northeast

    Her son was murdered. I'm not going to blame her for intemperate words in response.

    Replies: @Art Deco, @Nico

    , @David In TN
    @northeast

    The Russian immigrant who killed Cosby's son had hung around a Mexican gang and identified with them. He supposedly said something like "My homies will protect me in prison."

    , @James Forrestal
    @northeast


    Cosby’s wife was the one blaming whites for her son’s murder. Cosby’s son was murdered by a Russian immigrant.
     
    "Ukrainian," I believe. Any potential connections to the "Russian" mafia? [If you search the background of prominent "Russian" mafia figures in the US, you tend to come across a whole lot of references to the Jackson-Vanik Amendment, for some reason]
  96. @Steve Sailer
    @Alden

    I was a big fan of Cosby's kid-oriented comedy around 1969. In the 1970s, he seemed to spend most of his free time at the Playboy Mansion, so I was surprised when he suddenly emerged as America's Dad in the 1980s. He got involved in a nasty scandal where he was having some girl who was probably his daughter imprisoned for blackmailing him. But then his son was murdered by a white carjacker while trying to change a flat tire on Mulholland Drive and the 405, so that scandal got memory-holed. Cosby never seemed to blame white people in general for his son being murdered by a white man, which I appreciate.

    Replies: @northeast, @Art Deco, @Reg Cæsar, @AceDeuce

    He got involved in a nasty scandal where he was having some girl who was probably his daughter imprisoned for blackmailing him.

    IIRC, the girl’s name was Autumn Jackson. The phone call during which she attempted to extort money out of him was recorded and the contents broadcast. Another man surfaced identifying himself as her father.

  97. @Reg Cæsar
    @Art Deco


    I have a suspicion the vast majority of accusations against Cosby were humbug. That having been said, is there any credible evidence that Clinton ever drugged anyone in order to ravish them?

     

    Of course not. Willie wanted them conscious, so they could feel his pain. Cosby was an herbivore, preferring vegetables. Clinton was an omnivore, wanting to try everything at least once. Incluuding* aggravated rape.

    I'm reading Chasing Cosby at the moment. The author quotes the usual rough estimate that only 2-10% of accusations are false. Using her arithmetic, the odds that all three of those women sitting next to Donald Trump in October 2016 were lying are somewhere from 1-in-1,000 to 1-in-125,000.

    The figures with Cosby's 30+ accusers would be more than astronomical, they'd be intergalactic.


    ...the vast majority of accusations against Cosby were humbug.

     

    All it takes is one that is true.

    *That was a typo, but I'm leaving it in because it's hardly off-topic!

    Bill Cosby Has Got to Be on Quaaludes if He Thinks He Will Beat Rape Charges

    Replies: @Art Deco, @gandydancer

    The author quotes the usual rough estimate that only 2-10% of accusations are false.

    And you took that seriously just why?

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Art Deco



    The author quotes the usual rough estimate that only 2-10% of accusations are false.
     
    And you took that seriously just why?
     
    "Anything you say may be used against you in a court of law." And in the court of public opinion as well.

    If this statistic is accurate (and I'm just assuming so for the sake of argument, with those who spout it), why is it buried whenever the subject of the Clintons comes up?

    Fat pitch? Then swing.
  98. @JohnnyWalker123
    @Travis

    Good points, but remember this.

    We've got 6 million Jews in America. Yet for some reason, their small numbers don't doom them to political or social irrelevance. 6 million Jews have more power than 200 million White Gentiles.

    In Israel, a similar number of Jews are thriving, while also defying hundreds of millions of Muslims.

    A lesson to be learned.

    Replies: @Art Deco

    6 million Jews have more power than 200 million White Gentiles.

    In your imagination only.

    • Agree: Dissident, gandydancer
    • Replies: @JohnnyWalker123
    @Art Deco

    America was 90% White in 1960. Now that number is 60%. As far as I can tell, Whites are facing large-scale race replacement in the U.S. The same pattern is being repeated in the rest of the Anglo-Eurosphere. Birth rates are low, while migration rates are very high. Within a century, it'll be "game over" for people of European origin. In addition to all that, Anglo-Euro Christian culture is being dissolved away by Wokeism and Secularism.

    Meanwhile, Israel is a secure and prosperous Jewish ethnostate, being propped up by trillions in US aid and the support of the U.S. military. Israel only takes Jewish migrants, while also using pro-natalist policies to encourage Jewish women to have large families. Israel has a strong Jewish ethnic identity.

    Read this.

    https://www.wrmea.org/003-june/the-costs-to-american-taxpayers-of-the-israeli-palestinian-conflict-$3-trillion.html


    Support for Israel comes to $1.8 trillion, including special trade advantages, preferential contracts, or aid buried in other accounts.

     

    Also, this. Read the bolded parts. It's like 9/11 was perpetrated by Israel, to force us into foreign wars against their enemies in the Middle East.

    https://www.unz.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/Ron_Unz_American_Pravda_9_11_Conspiracy_Theories.pdf

    During 2000 and most of 2001, America was a peaceful prosperous country, but a certain small Middle Eastern nation had found itself in an increasingly desperate situation. Israel then seemed to be fighting for its life against the massive waves of domestic terrorism that constituted the Second Palestinian Intifada.

    Ariel Sharon was widely believed to have deliberately provoked that uprising in September 2000 by
    marching to the Temple Mount backed by a thousand armed police, and the resulting violence and
    polarization of Israeli society had successfully installed him as Prime Minister in early 2001. But once in office, his brutal measures failed to end the wave of continuing attacks, which increasingly took the form of suicide-bombings against civilian targets. Many believed that the violence might soon trigger a huge outflow of Israeli citizens, perhaps producing a death-spiral for the Jewish state. Iraq, Iran, Libya, and other major Muslim powers were supporting the Palestinians with money, rhetoric, and sometimes weaponry, and Israeli society seemed close to crumbling. I remember hearing from some of my DC friends that numerous Israeli policy experts were suddenly seeking berths at Neocon thinktanks so that they could relocate to America.

    Sharon was a notoriously bloody and reckless leader, with a long history of undertaking strategic
    gambles of astonishing boldness, sometimes betting everything on a single roll of the dice. He had
    spent decades seeking the Prime Ministership, but having finally obtained it, he now had his back to
    the wall, with no obvious source of rescue in sight.

    The 9/11 attacks changed everything. Suddenly the world’s sole superpower was fully mobilized against Arab and Muslim terrorist movements, especially those connected with the Middle East. Sharon’s close Neocon political allies in America used the unexpected crisis as an opportunity to seize control of America’s foreign policy and national security apparatus, with an NSA staffer later reporting that Israeli generals freely roamed the halls of the Pentagon without any security controls.

    Meanwhile, the excuse of preventing domestic terrorism was used to implement newly centralized American police controls that were employed to harass or even shut down various anti-Zionist political organizations.

    One of the Israeli Mossad agents arrested by the police in New York City as he and his fellows were
    celebrating the 9/11 attacks and producing a souvenir film of the burning World Trade Center towers told the officers that “We are Israelis…Your problems are our problems.” And so it immediately became.

     

    Now we have a US govt that's determined to eradicate "White Supremacy" in the U.S., while also standing with Israel against the Palestinians.

    Explain that.

    The only explanation is that America is ruled by Jewish elites, while Anglo-Gentiles have been shoved aside (or turned into puppets).

    Replies: @photondancer

  99. @e
    @Reg Cæsar

    Hollywood had every opportunity to go after Clinton and chose not to.

    They jumped on Cosby when they could.

    Blame the progs for this. Even THEY hated Cos.

    My theory: The women who could blow a whistle on Clinton know how powerful he and his wife are and how folks who tell tales about them tend to die shortly thereafter.

    Secondly, Clinton is a charmer. Those he didn't touch are likely to be flattered by any attention he gives them short of sexual assault.

    As for Cosby: ask anyone who came into contact with him. He's downright mean.

    Having lived close to Tahoe for a few years, I knew all kinds of people who worked in the casinos, most of them blackjack dealers or sports book employees. They all wanted to run when Cosby came their way. He is an utterly despicable man.

    I suspect the denizens of the entertainment world of Hollywood had experienced the same from him so they weren't about to come to his rescue.

    I'll bet STeve has heard a few of those stories of his behavior.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Abolish_public_education

    My parents went to a Harry Belafonte concert at the Hollywood Bowl 50 years ago this summer, but Belafonte was sick so his pal Bill Cosby substituted. My parents knew I was a big Cosby fan and was always doing his Noah and Chocolate Cake bits, so they stayed rather than get their money back. But then Cosby worked blue, which my parents didn’t like at all. They were not pleased. I was up in the Sierras with my cousins but my parents called me to tell me about it.

    It’s a curious story. By that point, Cosby had tons of perfected G-rated material that he could have done for 15,000 middle-aged Belafonte fans at the Hollywood Bowl, but instead he did 1 AM on the Sunset Strip stuff.

    So I was never too surprised by his subsequent scandals.

    • Replies: @J1234
    @Steve Sailer

    My wife and I had a similar experience (in some respects) a couple of years ago at a Tim Allen standup concert. We were expecting a Last Man Standing level of quality, but got amateur night at the local comedy club instead. Worse than the language, he just isn't very good at being funny in that context. He apparently thinks that stating his moderate center right political opinions in a brash way qualifies as comedy. It was surprising that someone so funny in sitcoms could be so inept at standup (the opposite of Cosby.)

    Replies: @Stan D Mute, @bomag, @Reg Cæsar, @The Last Real Calvinist

  100. @Reg Cæsar
    The fact that Bill Cosby is in prison and Bill Clinton is not is all the evidence of white supremacy you need. Point this out to your neighborhood BLM or Antifa fanatic.

    They should receive equal punishment.

    Replies: @Redneck farmer, @80s Relic, @Art Deco, @James J O'Meara, @e, @Skyler the Weird, @Mark Miller

    Cosby wasn’t able to use Arkancide.

  101. @ChrisZ
    @Redman

    Redman, it wouldn't be the first time Dr. Fauci has come under fire--nor the first time he gave indication of a certain brittleness of character.

    Fauci was one of the first public figures in my memory to buckle under the full onslaught of gay activism. This was back in the late 1980s, at the height of the AIDS crisis, when Fauci oversaw, and was the public face of, HIV research at the NIH. As such he was responsible for allocating (or advocating for) government funding. But his promotion of AIDS research over other health concerns was deemed insufficiently avid by gays, and he was subjected to a campaign of personal vilification.

    You can get a feel for what Fauci was subjected to in this "open letter" that gay playwright Larry Kramer published in the San Francisco Chronicle, in which Fauci is labelled a murderer who should be put before a firing squad:

    https://aep.lib.rochester.edu/node/49111

    It all must have been terrifying to a rather mild-mannered researcher and bureaucrat. Very quickly Fauci acquiesced to the hysteria, changed his tune completely, and began a very public "redemption" campaign to boost AIDS funding and to make research into its treatment the nation's number one health priority. I was a kid at the time, but the public turnabout, and its cause, left an impression on me that resurfaced last year, when Fauci was once again thrust into the public spotlight. It made me wary that here was a guy whose judgments as both an administrator and scientist had once proved vulnerable to public pressure. I was therefore not surprise at points in our current crisis when his recommendations seemed to have a mercurial quality.

    I was also not surprised to see that the earlier crisis of his career received hardly any comment in the press. In a quick search, I did find one Washington Post article from last year, which recalls the events of 30 years ago:

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/history/2020/05/20/fauci-aids-nih-coronavirus/

    However, the article is a perfect specimen of the "Who-Whom" style of journalism with which we're all familiar on this forum. You can see in it how the historical record has been acknowledged, but recast, to turn it into a big misunderstanding between the two mutually-loving, virtuous parties of young Dr. Fauci and '80s-era gay activists.

    The whole episode is an object lesson in how the Left lavishly rewards its targeted "enemies," when they abjectly surrender and convert. Dr. Fauci spent the 1990s lionized by the gay community, and even became the inspiration for a character in a Larry Kramer play. His career prospered following his conversion, and his reputation was burnished by the Left's house organs, as the above Post article attests.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @AnotherDad

    As it turned out, AIDS was easier to treat than most experts had expected. I can recall how sad I felt when Magic Johnson made his HIV announcement in 1991. He talked bravely about how his genius doctor David Ho had promised him the latest treatment, but everybody knew at the time he was a dead man talking.

    Now he’s still here.

    It was a little like how the vaccine for coronavirus worked out better and faster than anybody except the optimistic Trump expected.

    • Replies: @Getaclue
    @Steve Sailer

    "the vaccine for coronavirus worked out better and faster than anybody" expected -- do some research?

    There are literally thousands of deaths recorded here and in Europe now due to these Experimental Trials using mRNA gene therapy and untested medicines -- and many adverse reactions -- paralysis being a big one -- and it is acknowledged that under the system used no more than 1% are being recorded --

    If expert MDs/Scientists being censored/blacked out are right -- we will be seeing massive amounts of deaths in a few months when the "vaccinated", now immune impaired due to spike proteins etc. encounter Cold Viruses they used to be immune to or had no problem dealing with and which will now be deadly for them -- we don't have long to wait to see who is right, my bet is on the censored MDs and the ex-VP of Pfizer who has been calling out these "vaccines" as highly dangers and probably for "depopulation" -- I have zero doubt when the deaths really start to come and can't be ignored they will be blamed on the "unvaccinated" and more "vaccines" will be pushed as the "answer"...there will no doubt be cheerleaders for same on UNZ as we have seen here for months -- members of the Covidian Religion pushing their bs and their "Sacrament" -- "vaccines"....

    Replies: @Steve Sailer

    , @vhrm
    @Steve Sailer

    Speaking of the COVID vaccine and AIDS, Moderna (and i'm sure others) are trying to use the mRNA tech to create an AIDS vaccine (and others).

    https://www.businessinsider.com/new-hiv-vaccine-could-be-moderna-mrna-success-story-2021-4?op=1

    Personally i hope someone tackles Herpes Simplex viruses. Cold sores are annoying but i'm particularly concerned about the dementia link:
    https://www.healthline.com/health-news/evidence-of-link-between-herpes-and-dementia

    (although it's possible that the vaccine would only help prevent infection rather than actually root out the virus that lays dormant in nerve cells ready to strike, but still)

    , @James Forrestal
    @Steve Sailer

    Fauci is the J. Edgar Hoover of public health. He's been head of the NIAID since 1984. The guy's 80 years old.

    Huh. I always assumed that Fauci was a just a media-appointed COVID commissar -- kinda like Bill Gates but with a little more relevant training and experience. But it turns out that he's officially the Chief Medical Adviser to the President -- a position created in February 2019 under Trump, and initially filled by a guy who was the president's personal physician under Obama and Trump. No explanation as to why it was created, and it looks as if the original appointee was an entirely clinical guy, with no public health/ epidemiology background.

    Remember Trump's Surgeon General, <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jerome_AdamsJerome Adams? He was the initial public face* of the CDC's initial "Masks FORBIDDEN!" doctrine, and then kinda got hung out to dry with the CDC's shift to the "Masks MANDATORY!" line [later updated to "1 mask GOOD, many masks BETTER!" ].

    I always had the impression that Adams was dropped from the COVID-19 narrative largely because he was sacrificed on the altar of the initial anti-mask party line [kinda like "di Blasio" and his over-the-top "Hug a Chinaman" campaign], but this probably didn't help either:

    https://thehill.com/policy/healthcare/500713-surgeon-general-every-reason-to-expect-coronavirus-clusters-after-protests

    Surgeon general: 'Every reason to expect' coronavirus clusters after protests

    Surgeon General Jerome Adams says he's worried protests around the country over the death of George Floyd could cause a rebound in the coronavirus.

    Rank heresy! Bad doctor!

    *Link is to an archive because that tweet was memory-holed sometime in early January this year -- well after masks became good, but before Biden's inauguration. ?
    This is kind odd -- here's a tweet from Dr. Adams' on the mask doctrine change from last year -- it shows up under the new Surgeon General's name [some Brahmin]. So all of the tweets for the official account since forever get attributed to the current officeholder, and they just memory-hole the ones they don't like? That's kind of a lazy way to run things. For the POTUS account, they archive the old ones, so that the official account shows only the current occupant's tweets [Trump = @POTUS45, Biden = @POTUS].

    , @John Johnson
    @Steve Sailer

    As it turned out, AIDS was easier to treat than most experts had expected.

    I don't think I would describe it as easy given that they spent around half a trillion on research to come up with a 100k a year treatment.

    The annual cost has come down but they still get all kinds of complications from having other STDs or "life style choices" like using meth.

    Would have been easier if gay men and their liberal allies didn't insist upon bath house orgies as a civil right.

    Guess who gets the bill for all of this? White people.

    Who is blamed in the schools for all the world's problems? White people.

    , @Rockford Tyson
    @Steve Sailer

    Yeah, ok. The problem is, the anti-retroviral medications used to keep HIV in check are havok for the kidney and liver. Lots of AIDS patients will live significantly shorter lives than they would have if they had never been infected regardless of never manifesting HIV. Not to mention that many of these anti-troviral drugs are toxic to neurons, and people treated with these drugs show a cognitive decline and loss of brain mass comparable to a person 20 years older.

    HIV sucks. I actually knew a guy who died from HIV. He was poor, and my family would pay for his medication. I was a little kid and I would go take the medication to him. He looked like one of those zombies from The Walking Dead. He must have weighed like 80 lbs in the last few weeks of his life.

    He was a straight man and not gay like many guys infected with HIV. He was a horny guy who spent most of his salary with prostitutes. He just couldn't keep it in his pants. Hejust loved sex way too much. I knew him since I was alittle kid, as he worked in our house doing maintenance. He was a really nice guy, and we were all sad when he was gone.

  102. @northeast
    @Steve Sailer

    Cosby's wife was the one blaming whites for her son's murder. Cosby's son was murdered by a Russian immigrant.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @David In TN, @James Forrestal

    Her son was murdered. I’m not going to blame her for intemperate words in response.

    • Agree: ChrisZ
    • Replies: @Art Deco
    @Steve Sailer

    I hear you. I'm recalling, however, an old art teacher from mine, a very engaging woman. She has, in back of her desk a wall hanging with dozens of aphorisms on it. One was 'things said while drunk have been thought out beforehand'.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @ChrisZ, @AceDeuce

    , @Nico
    @Steve Sailer

    Has she ever once expressed the slightest bit of remorse for her Hate Speech of Passion? Because otherwise she really should get all the consideration that a bereaved white mother would get if the shoe were on the other foot (which it is, many times every year).

  103. @Reg Cæsar
    The fact that Bill Cosby is in prison and Bill Clinton is not is all the evidence of white supremacy you need. Point this out to your neighborhood BLM or Antifa fanatic.

    They should receive equal punishment.

    Replies: @Redneck farmer, @80s Relic, @Art Deco, @James J O'Meara, @e, @Skyler the Weird, @Mark Miller

    You forgot OJ “The Juice is Loose” Simpson

  104. @Jonathan Mason
    @Mike Tre

    No, George Floyd was not a very good looking man, but this comment could be taken as a wee bit racist, particularly the use of the word 'gorilla', which is generally considered to be unacceptable, unless you are talking about glue.

    Of course I would have to see your pen sketch of Mitch McConnell or Sarah Sanders, for comparative purposes to be sure, and to see which primate, fish, or marine mammal you compared them to.

    Replies: @SunBakedSuburb, @Alden, @Jim Bob Lassiter, @Achmed E. Newman, @Mike Tre

    Of course I would have to see your pen sketch of Mitch McConnell…

    You’re better than this, Jonathan. How ’bout an apples to apples comparison, not a gorillas vs. tortugas one?

  105. OT x 2:

    UK’s first pedestrian crossing to be permanently painted in the colours of the transgender flag unveiled in London. I suppose it’s only a matter of time before the non-binary types will be complaining about the inappropriate “crossing over” metaphor.

    Attacks on Jews in Germany condemned by Angela Merkel.

    Wow, who could have foreseen that five years ago? You bring in a million Syrians and it turns out they’re not fans of Israel.

    • Replies: @El Dato
    @Rob McX

    I will light up your sexual organs from below, telling them to mutate as you cross.

    No wait, you paint the logo of Ben & Jerry's on top of it.

    The feel of everything exponentially building to SuperPeak SuperStupidity is strong.

    Next up:

    Pelosi proposes diplomatic BOYCOTT of China’s 2022 Winter Olympics

    I guess by then the US will have said arriverdeci to a couple of CVNs so it would happen anyway.

    EU Parliament report says regime change needed in Russia, recommends Brussels launch propaganda TV channel to help it happen

    Is it really fair to spend containers of freshly printed EUROS on a legacy meedja competitor for the BBC, DW, Radio Free Europe etc.?

    , @anon
    @Rob McX

    That's Abbey Road, amirite?

    Replies: @Jonathan Mason

  106. @JohnnyWalker123
    @3g4me

    You missed the point.

    There is no "terrorism" problem from anywhere. It's hype designed to bring in an Orwellian surveillance state at home, and permanent warfare abroad. Your odds of being killed by a "White Supremacist" are roughly equal to your odds of being killed by "Al-Qaeda." Zero.

    As for Muslims, they may make lousy immigrants, but that's not a "terrorism" problem. It's an immigration problem.

    Useful idiots such as yourself will keep this country embroiled in perpetual, bankruptcy-inducing wars for decades to come. The "war on terror" is BS that will drain your country of the future Medicare&Social Security funds that you would've depended on in retirement, but you'll never get because we wasted it "fighting terrorism" overseas. We spent $5 trillion in Iraq alone fighting the menace of "terrorism." How much more would you care to spend? Would you be willing to trade your future Medicare-paid hip replacement for a few more fighter jets so we can bomb "terrorists" in Syria/Iran/Iraq/[insert another of the dozens of Muslim countries in existence]? "Goyishe Kopf."

    Replies: @3g4me, @Redman

    @76 JohnnyWalker123: How quaint to be strawmanned as a civnat boomer by a larper ‘murrican. Find me one of my comments, here or anywhere else, where I advocate ‘fighting terrrorism’ or getting involved anywhere outside of this continent. My routine take on the Middle East is that I hope they all kill each other off. The only people who need to be ‘fought’ are the immivaders who must be forcibly repatriated. Interesting and elucidating that you find that so very uncomfortable that you need to deflect.

    • Agree: gandydancer
    • Replies: @adreadline
    @3g4me


    Find me one of my comments, here or anywhere else, where I advocate ‘fighting terrrorism’ or getting involved anywhere outside of this continent.
     
    Not getting involved outside of the Americas is not enough, if that is what you mean. Since the early 20th century the United States insists on meddling in my country. I'm fine with being thought of as a cannibal savage by the Americans, for all I know it might be true. Not so much with having them interfere in our affairs on a permanent basis. We do not even share a border.

    I suggest "America'' mind more her own issues, which are currently many, and stay the hell out of here, just as we would do well staying the hell out of there, something I do myself at the personal, physical level by not considering ever moving to the US and possibly not even visiting there, which I have indeed not done so far, never having attempted to get any sort of American visa, and while not ruling it out for strict sightseeing purposes, as I've done with other developed countries without thinking of overstaying my intrusion, do not see happening any soon in the Age of Corona.

    Note that I do not deny your assertion. Fact is, as much as you despise his civnat positions, Sailer's words (and the late Breitbart's, and whoever else might have stated it) about that issue is right: the US has been adopting Invade the World, Invite the World for decades now, and it is showing.
    , @Whitey Whiteman III
    @3g4me

    Need a JohhnyWalker vs Whisky incelebrity boxing match.

    , @JohnnyWalker123
    @3g4me

    Didn't you claim that you encouraged your son to join the US military?

  107. @Steve Sailer
    @e

    My parents went to a Harry Belafonte concert at the Hollywood Bowl 50 years ago this summer, but Belafonte was sick so his pal Bill Cosby substituted. My parents knew I was a big Cosby fan and was always doing his Noah and Chocolate Cake bits, so they stayed rather than get their money back. But then Cosby worked blue, which my parents didn't like at all. They were not pleased. I was up in the Sierras with my cousins but my parents called me to tell me about it.

    It's a curious story. By that point, Cosby had tons of perfected G-rated material that he could have done for 15,000 middle-aged Belafonte fans at the Hollywood Bowl, but instead he did 1 AM on the Sunset Strip stuff.

    So I was never too surprised by his subsequent scandals.

    Replies: @J1234

    My wife and I had a similar experience (in some respects) a couple of years ago at a Tim Allen standup concert. We were expecting a Last Man Standing level of quality, but got amateur night at the local comedy club instead. Worse than the language, he just isn’t very good at being funny in that context. He apparently thinks that stating his moderate center right political opinions in a brash way qualifies as comedy. It was surprising that someone so funny in sitcoms could be so inept at standup (the opposite of Cosby.)

    • Replies: @Stan D Mute
    @J1234

    Allen, like our fellow HBD Mitten comic Williams, was much funnier before he quit using Colombian marching powder.

    , @bomag
    @J1234

    Chevy Chase was famous for being good in sketch comedy but not stand-up.

    And then there's Michael Richards...

    , @Reg Cæsar
    @J1234


    It was surprising that someone so funny in sitcoms could be so inept at standup (the opposite of Cosby.)
     
    A fellow commenter pointed out here once that women were generally bad at stand-up, but quite often made great comic actresses.

    There are branches of comedy. I suck at all but one, ad-libbing*, so it was a shock to hear from George Carlin that that was his own personal weakness. But ten, there were probably thousands, even tens of thousands, of former high school, college, and minor league players in America who could hit better than Sandy Koufax, Nolan Ryan, or Jerry Koosman.

    *Thanks for all the LOLs, guys. Sorry I can't return them, but do enjoy your humor as well. Keep it up.

    , @The Last Real Calvinist
    @J1234

    It doesn't surprise me that even a gifted comic actor isn't great in a related, but not identical, environment. Being funny is contextual, ephemeral, and inherently 'risky' in that often what's really funny is that which walks right up to the line of what's offensive, and sometimes tactically crosses.

    It's also no suprise that an actor thinks he's better at something than he really is. Just look at (and note that I mean this only metaphorically; I'm not suggesting anyone actually watch) actors' speeches at awards shows. You'd think people who made their living performing in front of others would have a natural polish and sense of presence when making a public speech, and yet they're typically horrible at it.

  108. @Rob McX
    @3g4me

    Exactly. And if race-conscious whites become a threat, it won't be to America. They'll only be a threat to the insane parody of its former self that America has become, where race replacement and sexual degeneracy are celebrated. The white dissident right is a threat to "America" but not to America.

    Replies: @JohnnyWalker123

    Whites aren’t a threat to anybody. Worrying about “White Supremacist terrorism” is akin to worrying about the monster who lives under your bed.

    “Muslim terrorists” aren’t a threat to America either.

    The politicians and intel agencies hype all this stuff so they can take away your freedom through mass surveillance, while also skimming off trillions in grift in the same of “national security.”

    Terrorism is a total non-issue in contemporary America.

    That was the point of the post. My post was meant as a flippant attack on all the terrorism paranoia that grips Americans of all races and political persuasions.

  109. @Alden
    @Achmed E. Newman

    It’s not a news hour anyway. It’s Propaganda Bolsheviki Station hour.

    Replies: @Getaclue

    Yes…and we all get to pay for it….

  110. @anonymous
    On August 23, 2019 a white supremacist murdered 23 Latinos in a Walmart in El Paso.

    On October 27, 2018 a white supremacist murdered 11 Jews in a synagogue in Pittsburg.

    How is white supremacy not the greatest terrorist threat facing the country? Why are you denying this? Do you sympathize with the white supremacist murderers?

    Replies: @Boomthorkell, @El Dato, @Reg Cæsar, @Jonathan Mason, @WJ, @Ben tillman, @e, @Forbes, @Mike7707, @aldasfail770

    Two phycos don’t make a white supremacist around every corner it’s a big country bru

    • Replies: @Swamp Fox
    @Mike7707

    My phyco score went up 14 points with Experian Boost.

  111. @Rob McX
    OT x 2:

    UK's first pedestrian crossing to be permanently painted in the colours of the transgender flag unveiled in London. I suppose it's only a matter of time before the non-binary types will be complaining about the inappropriate "crossing over" metaphor.

    https://i.dailymail.co.uk/1s/2021/05/18/17/43142275-9592305-image-a-80_1621354265658.jpg

    Attacks on Jews in Germany condemned by Angela Merkel.

    Wow, who could have foreseen that five years ago? You bring in a million Syrians and it turns out they're not fans of Israel.

    Replies: @El Dato, @anon

    I will light up your sexual organs from below, telling them to mutate as you cross.

    No wait, you paint the logo of Ben & Jerry’s on top of it.

    The feel of everything exponentially building to SuperPeak SuperStupidity is strong.

    Next up:

    Pelosi proposes diplomatic BOYCOTT of China’s 2022 Winter Olympics

    I guess by then the US will have said arriverdeci to a couple of CVNs so it would happen anyway.

    EU Parliament report says regime change needed in Russia, recommends Brussels launch propaganda TV channel to help it happen

    Is it really fair to spend containers of freshly printed EUROS on a legacy meedja competitor for the BBC, DW, Radio Free Europe etc.?

  112. @Steve Sailer
    @ChrisZ

    As it turned out, AIDS was easier to treat than most experts had expected. I can recall how sad I felt when Magic Johnson made his HIV announcement in 1991. He talked bravely about how his genius doctor David Ho had promised him the latest treatment, but everybody knew at the time he was a dead man talking.

    Now he's still here.

    It was a little like how the vaccine for coronavirus worked out better and faster than anybody except the optimistic Trump expected.

    Replies: @Getaclue, @vhrm, @James Forrestal, @John Johnson, @Rockford Tyson

    “the vaccine for coronavirus worked out better and faster than anybody” expected — do some research?

    There are literally thousands of deaths recorded here and in Europe now due to these Experimental Trials using mRNA gene therapy and untested medicines — and many adverse reactions — paralysis being a big one — and it is acknowledged that under the system used no more than 1% are being recorded —

    If expert MDs/Scientists being censored/blacked out are right — we will be seeing massive amounts of deaths in a few months when the “vaccinated”, now immune impaired due to spike proteins etc. encounter Cold Viruses they used to be immune to or had no problem dealing with and which will now be deadly for them — we don’t have long to wait to see who is right, my bet is on the censored MDs and the ex-VP of Pfizer who has been calling out these “vaccines” as highly dangers and probably for “depopulation” — I have zero doubt when the deaths really start to come and can’t be ignored they will be blamed on the “unvaccinated” and more “vaccines” will be pushed as the “answer”…there will no doubt be cheerleaders for same on UNZ as we have seen here for months — members of the Covidian Religion pushing their bs and their “Sacrament” — “vaccines”….

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @Getaclue

    I've been saying since 11/9/20 that Trump was right, the vaccines will work. You've been saying Trump was wrong, they won't work.

    Who has been right so far?

    Replies: @Wade Hampton, @Getaclue

  113. It was a little like how the vaccine for coronavirus worked out better and faster than anybody except the optimistic Trump expected.

    Social Security offices in the United States are still closed to the public, as they were when the optimistic Trump was in office not wanting to scare the American people, even though he knew that the pandemic was a pandemic before it was even called a pandemic, so how well is it really working out?

    • Replies: @anon
    @Jonathan Mason

    ....so how well is it really working out?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gMUfwdrY4NM

  114. @Art Deco
    @JohnnyWalker123

    6 million Jews have more power than 200 million White Gentiles.

    In your imagination only.

    Replies: @JohnnyWalker123

    America was 90% White in 1960. Now that number is 60%. As far as I can tell, Whites are facing large-scale race replacement in the U.S. The same pattern is being repeated in the rest of the Anglo-Eurosphere. Birth rates are low, while migration rates are very high. Within a century, it’ll be “game over” for people of European origin. In addition to all that, Anglo-Euro Christian culture is being dissolved away by Wokeism and Secularism.

    Meanwhile, Israel is a secure and prosperous Jewish ethnostate, being propped up by trillions in US aid and the support of the U.S. military. Israel only takes Jewish migrants, while also using pro-natalist policies to encourage Jewish women to have large families. Israel has a strong Jewish ethnic identity.

    Read this.

    https://www.wrmea.org/003-june/the-costs-to-american-taxpayers-of-the-israeli-palestinian-conflict-$3-trillion.html

    Support for Israel comes to $1.8 trillion, including special trade advantages, preferential contracts, or aid buried in other accounts.

    Also, this. Read the bolded parts. It’s like 9/11 was perpetrated by Israel, to force us into foreign wars against their enemies in the Middle East.

    https://www.unz.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/Ron_Unz_American_Pravda_9_11_Conspiracy_Theories.pdf

    During 2000 and most of 2001, America was a peaceful prosperous country, but a certain small Middle Eastern nation had found itself in an increasingly desperate situation. Israel then seemed to be fighting for its life against the massive waves of domestic terrorism that constituted the Second Palestinian Intifada.

    Ariel Sharon was widely believed to have deliberately provoked that uprising in September 2000 by
    marching to the Temple Mount backed by a thousand armed police, and the resulting violence and
    polarization of Israeli society had successfully installed him as Prime Minister in early 2001. But once in office, his brutal measures failed to end the wave of continuing attacks, which increasingly took the form of suicide-bombings against civilian targets. Many believed that the violence might soon trigger a huge outflow of Israeli citizens, perhaps producing a death-spiral for the Jewish state. Iraq, Iran, Libya, and other major Muslim powers were supporting the Palestinians with money, rhetoric, and sometimes weaponry, and Israeli society seemed close to crumbling. I remember hearing from some of my DC friends that numerous Israeli policy experts were suddenly seeking berths at Neocon thinktanks so that they could relocate to America.

    Sharon was a notoriously bloody and reckless leader, with a long history of undertaking strategic
    gambles of astonishing boldness, sometimes betting everything on a single roll of the dice. He had
    spent decades seeking the Prime Ministership, but having finally obtained it, he now had his back to
    the wall, with no obvious source of rescue in sight.

    The 9/11 attacks changed everything. Suddenly the world’s sole superpower was fully mobilized against Arab and Muslim terrorist movements, especially those connected with the Middle East. Sharon’s close Neocon political allies in America used the unexpected crisis as an opportunity to seize control of America’s foreign policy and national security apparatus, with an NSA staffer later reporting that Israeli generals freely roamed the halls of the Pentagon without any security controls.

    Meanwhile, the excuse of preventing domestic terrorism was used to implement newly centralized American police controls that were employed to harass or even shut down various anti-Zionist political organizations.

    One of the Israeli Mossad agents arrested by the police in New York City as he and his fellows were
    celebrating the 9/11 attacks and producing a souvenir film of the burning World Trade Center towers told the officers that “We are Israelis…Your problems are our problems.” And so it immediately became.

    Now we have a US govt that’s determined to eradicate “White Supremacy” in the U.S., while also standing with Israel against the Palestinians.

    Explain that.

    The only explanation is that America is ruled by Jewish elites, while Anglo-Gentiles have been shoved aside (or turned into puppets).

    • Replies: @photondancer
    @JohnnyWalker123

    I often see it posited on this site that the coming takeover of the USA by Hispanics and Indians will see an end to the adulation of blacks, since those groups don't care about blacks. What I haven't seen is anyone posit what effect that would have on the USA's lavish support of Israel. I don't see either of those groups caring about Israel, yet your post assumes they will continue to fork out the $$$.

  115. @Getaclue
    @Steve Sailer

    "the vaccine for coronavirus worked out better and faster than anybody" expected -- do some research?

    There are literally thousands of deaths recorded here and in Europe now due to these Experimental Trials using mRNA gene therapy and untested medicines -- and many adverse reactions -- paralysis being a big one -- and it is acknowledged that under the system used no more than 1% are being recorded --

    If expert MDs/Scientists being censored/blacked out are right -- we will be seeing massive amounts of deaths in a few months when the "vaccinated", now immune impaired due to spike proteins etc. encounter Cold Viruses they used to be immune to or had no problem dealing with and which will now be deadly for them -- we don't have long to wait to see who is right, my bet is on the censored MDs and the ex-VP of Pfizer who has been calling out these "vaccines" as highly dangers and probably for "depopulation" -- I have zero doubt when the deaths really start to come and can't be ignored they will be blamed on the "unvaccinated" and more "vaccines" will be pushed as the "answer"...there will no doubt be cheerleaders for same on UNZ as we have seen here for months -- members of the Covidian Religion pushing their bs and their "Sacrament" -- "vaccines"....

    Replies: @Steve Sailer

    I’ve been saying since 11/9/20 that Trump was right, the vaccines will work. You’ve been saying Trump was wrong, they won’t work.

    Who has been right so far?

    • Thanks: Inquiring Mind
    • Replies: @Wade Hampton
    @Steve Sailer

    These new drugs have been released after about a year of R&D. The typical R&D timeline for new drugs is 5-7 years. The timeline takes that long because it often takes time for negative side effects to show up.


    Who has been right so far?
     
    This is like asking the guy who jumps off the top of the 100 story building how things are going as he passes the 50th floor. His answer? "So far, so good."
    , @Getaclue
    @Steve Sailer

    You think you know? LOL -- With all the lies told about CVirus -- how exactly do we tell the “vaccines” are “working”? The PCR testing was bs -- now admitted by even the CDC -- vastly inflates “cases” and can be manipulated and was never meant to be used as it was deployed on us.

    The ex-VP of Pfizer Research who is extremely knowledgeable, and others, stated that when the vaccines were instituted the actual Pandemic was basically over following the natural history of all such outbreaks -- they end on more or less of a “schedule” as the Winter ends. (In Israel they are seeing population groups untouched by the CVirus Pandemic suddenly infected with it AFTER vaccinations -- some dying -- is that a "victory"?). So what are we seeing in what you claim as "victory" for Trump -- another manipulation of numbers and "facts" that no one can actually validate as being based in reality? Everything is set up so the Experimental Vaccine Program can be called a “success”, do you doubt that? -- regardless of whatever happened -- it was going to be claimed a "victory" and whatever numbers need to be cooked or bs shoveled will be -- that was going to happen given the multi-billions at stake and who is behind the "program". Given what we have seen since this began -- is this claim of "victory" unexpected?

    By changing the PCR testing to stop the massive false positives -- which the CDC has done after the release of the vaccines -- they can manipulate the “cases” way down as we are now seeing -- and then they can point to the vaccines “working”. Basically morbidly obsese people and the elderly accounted for deaths in the vast majority of Cvirus mortalities -- we are now finally being told -- with a recovery rate of over 99.7% there was no reason for rushed experimental vaccines to be rolled out and made to sound like some feel good candy treat for all.

    The propaganda as to these drugs has been on a level that would be comical if it wasn’t being treated as serious in the Mainslime Media and by those suckered in by same. I see where several fatalities of children 16 - 17, who had nearly zero chance of CVirus death (or even grave illness) have been admitted due to the vaccines (who knows how many others occurred a few days later and so were, of course, ruled out as caused by the vaccines?) -- didn’t work out so good for them -- has Trump commented on that? Fauci wants to vaccinate babies, you in for that too?...Trump let that lunatic run wild -- Trump was problematic at best given everything and how it turned out....

    I thought Trump was better than Clinton, not much of a feat to accomplish that -- when he was a businessman in NYC I could never stand him, Playboy loudmouth Howard Stern type dream guest, I always questioned his “change” -- but I don’t think he left any of those who supported him in significantly better shape finally, actually much worse given what is now firmly in control of the USA, and his “mistakes” as to appointing people like Wray etc. makes one really question the issue of controlled opposition as to him. 4D Chess? Some of his actions were downright bizarre -- and what about those Pardons at the end? I don't think Hillary Clinton could have got us where we are today without massive push back -- somehow Trump "blundered" us here?

    I think Trump’s take on the “vaccines” will be looked back on as being about as good as his appointment of Wray as head of the FBI. We will in fact see though -- already we know that the death rates as to these “vaccines” eclipses all of the past vaccines put together yet they are not pulled from the market and in the past they would have been (so something else is obviously at play here) and that is on numbers that rule out all deaths as vaccine related other than the most obvious that must be counted, VAERS catches something like 1%….

    I could place all kinds of links here but I would guess you are well informed enough to know that there are some very credible experts who believe these experimental vaccines -- the mRNA Gene Therapy etc. -- are going to be an unparalleled disaster within the 2 year Experimental Trial window within which all the vaccinated are participating -- whether they know it or not. No need to argue the point though -- we’ll know within a year, probably by late this fall/early Winter when the Cold Season starts again, if this in fact happens i.e. people dropping dead in great numbers -- there will be of course massive lies and propaganda in cover up, "variants" blamed etc., but I expect there will be some postings on UNZ that see thru same….Hopefully nothing like this happens but I wouldn't bet against it....

    Replies: @Jonathan Mason, @Jonathan Mason

  116. @Jonathan Mason

    It was a little like how the vaccine for coronavirus worked out better and faster than anybody except the optimistic Trump expected.
     
    Social Security offices in the United States are still closed to the public, as they were when the optimistic Trump was in office not wanting to scare the American people, even though he knew that the pandemic was a pandemic before it was even called a pandemic, so how well is it really working out?

    Replies: @anon

    ….so how well is it really working out?

  117. @Steve Sailer
    @Alden

    I was a big fan of Cosby's kid-oriented comedy around 1969. In the 1970s, he seemed to spend most of his free time at the Playboy Mansion, so I was surprised when he suddenly emerged as America's Dad in the 1980s. He got involved in a nasty scandal where he was having some girl who was probably his daughter imprisoned for blackmailing him. But then his son was murdered by a white carjacker while trying to change a flat tire on Mulholland Drive and the 405, so that scandal got memory-holed. Cosby never seemed to blame white people in general for his son being murdered by a white man, which I appreciate.

    Replies: @northeast, @Art Deco, @Reg Cæsar, @AceDeuce

    I was a big fan of Cosby’s kid-oriented comedy around 1969.

    About that time he released 8:15/12:15, a double live album recorded in Tahoe at Harrah’s in Tahoe. The first record was the early, family-friendly act and the second, much racier for the midnight crowd. There was plenty of overlap, but he sure didn’t mention Camille “urping” despite using “the midnight trampoline” at the 8:15 show

    A friend of mine was shocked to be told that I saw a local star comic Jeff Gerbino perform at an open BBQ venue at the state fair. She had seen him at a club, where he had been quite raunchy. But they all tailor their acts to the particular audience.

    In the 1970s, he seemed to spend most of his free time at the Playboy Mansion, so I was surprised when he suddenly emerged as America’s Dad in the 1980s.

    Shel Silverstein followed the same path, albeit he was America’s Crazy Uncle. There is a YouTube comment castigating him for the macabre “You’re Always Welcome at Our House”, saying it was most inappropriate for children’s fare. Well, duh… It’s not a children’s song, it’s a mock children’s song, from his folk singer days. He did similar spoofs of the railroad and Civil War genres.

    Cosby never seemed to blame white people in general for his son being murdered by a white man, which I appreciate.

    He left that task to Hurricane Camille:

    Mrs. Cosby’s racial paranoia:
    What right does a grieving mother have to blame American racism for the murder of her son by a Ukrainian immigrant?

    The killer was a Ukrainian Jew, probably a “refugee”. Cosby had to be careful with that one. So did Hollywood. (Well, Instauration claimed to have evidence of a Jewish background, though the man boy referred to himself as a Christian at the trial. Make of that what you will.)

    • Replies: @Art Deco
    @Reg Cæsar

    The killer was a Ukrainian Jew,

    He was from the Ukraine. The Jewish population of the Ukraine the year he was born was about 1.3% of the total.

    Replies: @peterike

  118. @JohnnyWalker123
    @Thomas

    We've got 5 million European immigrants in America, and have elected/reelected 3 White presidents in the post-911 era. Our current president happens to be White, as does his entire extended family. Same with the previous president.

    That aside, America has also murdered and displaced millions of Muslims across the Middle East. Even Barack "Hussein Obama (who was an atheist by the way) didn't stop the wars. Muslims voted for Obama, then got Bush II.

    https://twitter.com/jacobinmag/status/1306349909919051777

    37 million is a big number. Whatever Whites have had to face in America is trivial relative to the carnage that the US has inflicted in the devastated Muslim homelands.

    If I called you a "peaceful" man and then executed your entire extended family, would you say I was offering a genuine or empty compliment? Would you perhaps get a bit angry and attack me?

    Replies: @bomag

    The US “War on Terror” Has Created at Least 37 Million Refugees

    I don’t want to defend US policy here, but counting refugees and the reasons for such is a racket.

    Whatever Whites have had to face in America is trivial relative to the carnage that the US has inflicted in the devastated Muslim homelands.

    Iraq’s population has more than doubled since we mucked around in the place, adding towards 30 million people. Kind of wish US Whites could suffer such carnage.

    • Agree: 3g4me, Cloudbuster
    • Replies: @JohnnyWalker123
    @bomag

    You'd want America's population to double? 660 million Americans?

    Population increases are often quite rapid in the aftermath of a conflict, due to various reasons. For example, the South grew rapidly during the 1860s and 1870s. Yet for some "odd" reason, Southerners are still mad about all that.

    Ireland's population (including immigrants overseas) has grown rapidly over the centuries, but they still nurse a grudge against the British.

    Replies: @YetAnotherAnon

    , @John Johnson
    @bomag

    Iraq’s population has more than doubled since we mucked around in the place, adding towards 30 million people. Kind of wish US Whites could suffer such carnage.

    Kind of wish Arabs would stop complaining about Whites or at least stop appropriating White technology.

    Everyone forgets that the White devil showed them how to drill oil and sell it to White countries.

    Before oil they were killing each other over water holes and praising Allah while doing it.

    Not an exaggeration, do your own research.

    Oh and slaves. They had mastered the slave trade and were upset that the Western countries wanted to end it.

  119. Since Lefties always projects, this mania means what they really fear is organized black violence.

  120. PBS: …White Supremacy Is the Most Lethal Terrorist Threat to the Homeland Today

    The accusing finger is a pretty effective psychological ploy, a potent diversionary tactic that can be used on non-critical thinkers (formerly known as the public.) They all look at what the finger is pointing towards and pay no attention to what it’s pointing away from.

    The other day Merrick Garland claimed that Jan. 6th – apparently a white supremacist coup, given the context of his alarmist testimony – was the greatest threat to democracy our country had faced while he was a public official. He claimed that 2019 was the deadliest year for terrorism since 1995. He could only make those accusations by using the phrase “domestic violent extremism,” which would exclude the worst act of terrorism in the almost 250 years that the US has existed: September 11th, 2001. That one doesn’t count, for some reason.

    Thank you, Merrick Garland, for showing us the kind of Supreme Court justice you would’ve been.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
    @J1234

    "The other day Merrick Garland claimed that Jan. 6th – apparently a white supremacist coup, given the context of his alarmist testimony – was the greatest threat to democracy our country had faced while he was a public official."

    Considering Trump and his merry band of ruffians contributed to the ruckus, he's decidedly correct in that analysis. But no big deal if his family helped themselves to gimmedats and free stuff.

    https://www.citizensforethics.org/reports-investigations/crew-investigations/jared-and-ivanka-made-up-to-640-million-in-the-white-house

    Replies: @gandydancer

  121. Are actual white supremacists the biggest threat in prison? Are any statistics about how many prison murders are committed by actual white supremacists. I’m guessing it’s not zero.

    In fact, I wonder how many of these police shootings are happening because black felons would rather take their chances resisting arrest than face white supremacist prison gangs.

    • LOL: Stan D Mute
    • Replies: @Buffalo Joe
    @Matttt

    Matttt, log onto some liberal news sites and you will see that few crimes, like the one Floyd commited, result in prison sentences. Felons in possession of a firearm are being released without bail. I doubt floyd would have received any jail time if his case had made it to trial.

    , @new Stalin
    @Matttt

    Bull, most prisons and jails are full of blacks, not whites. Many blacks treat jail or prison time like a summer camp. If blacks were afraid of white prison gang's they wouldn't commit crimes.

    , @gandydancer
    @Matttt


    I wonder how many of these police shootings are happening because black felons would rather take their chances resisting arrest than face white supremacist prison gangs.
     
    White prison gangs are everywhere a desperate reaction to being vastly outnumbered and outgunned.
  122. @JohnnyWalker123
    I'd say that White Supremacist terrorism is roughly as much of a threat to Americans as Islamic terrorism.

    So why not respond with the same degree of aggressiveness?

    Replies: @Thomas, @3g4me, @The Plutonium Kid

    So why not respond with the same degree of aggressiveness?

    Because the law will come down hard on whites who commit violence against blacks, no matter what the reason may be.

  123. @James J O'Meara
    @Reg Cæsar

    Cosby brought joy to millions (hard to square with his conduct, but a fact); Clinton not really so much.

    Replies: @kpkinsunnyphiladelphia

    Cosby was funny.

    Clinton was laughable.

  124. @e
    @Reg Cæsar

    Hollywood had every opportunity to go after Clinton and chose not to.

    They jumped on Cosby when they could.

    Blame the progs for this. Even THEY hated Cos.

    My theory: The women who could blow a whistle on Clinton know how powerful he and his wife are and how folks who tell tales about them tend to die shortly thereafter.

    Secondly, Clinton is a charmer. Those he didn't touch are likely to be flattered by any attention he gives them short of sexual assault.

    As for Cosby: ask anyone who came into contact with him. He's downright mean.

    Having lived close to Tahoe for a few years, I knew all kinds of people who worked in the casinos, most of them blackjack dealers or sports book employees. They all wanted to run when Cosby came their way. He is an utterly despicable man.

    I suspect the denizens of the entertainment world of Hollywood had experienced the same from him so they weren't about to come to his rescue.

    I'll bet STeve has heard a few of those stories of his behavior.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Abolish_public_education

    William H. Cosby, EdD is a prominent critic of public education.

  125. @Reg Cæsar
    @Steve Sailer


    I was a big fan of Cosby’s kid-oriented comedy around 1969.

     

    About that time he released 8:15/12:15, a double live album recorded in Tahoe at Harrah's in Tahoe. The first record was the early, family-friendly act and the second, much racier for the midnight crowd. There was plenty of overlap, but he sure didn't mention Camille "urping" despite using "the midnight trampoline" at the 8:15 show

    A friend of mine was shocked to be told that I saw a local star comic Jeff Gerbino perform at an open BBQ venue at the state fair. She had seen him at a club, where he had been quite raunchy. But they all tailor their acts to the particular audience.

    In the 1970s, he seemed to spend most of his free time at the Playboy Mansion, so I was surprised when he suddenly emerged as America’s Dad in the 1980s.
     
    Shel Silverstein followed the same path, albeit he was America's Crazy Uncle. There is a YouTube comment castigating him for the macabre "You're Always Welcome at Our House", saying it was most inappropriate for children's fare. Well, duh... It's not a children's song, it's a mock children's song, from his folk singer days. He did similar spoofs of the railroad and Civil War genres.

    Cosby never seemed to blame white people in general for his son being murdered by a white man, which I appreciate.
     
    He left that task to Hurricane Camille:

    Mrs. Cosby's racial paranoia:
    What right does a grieving mother have to blame American racism for the murder of her son by a Ukrainian immigrant?


    The killer was a Ukrainian Jew, probably a "refugee". Cosby had to be careful with that one. So did Hollywood. (Well, Instauration claimed to have evidence of a Jewish background, though the man boy referred to himself as a Christian at the trial. Make of that what you will.)

    Replies: @Art Deco

    The killer was a Ukrainian Jew,

    He was from the Ukraine. The Jewish population of the Ukraine the year he was born was about 1.3% of the total.

    • Replies: @peterike
    @Art Deco


    The Jewish population of the Ukraine the year he was born was about 1.3% of the total.

     

    And yet, Jews own everything worth owning in Ukraine. You don't need a lot of any group to run the show if that group is in the right places.

    Replies: @Dissident

  126. @Rob McX
    OT x 2:

    UK's first pedestrian crossing to be permanently painted in the colours of the transgender flag unveiled in London. I suppose it's only a matter of time before the non-binary types will be complaining about the inappropriate "crossing over" metaphor.

    https://i.dailymail.co.uk/1s/2021/05/18/17/43142275-9592305-image-a-80_1621354265658.jpg

    Attacks on Jews in Germany condemned by Angela Merkel.

    Wow, who could have foreseen that five years ago? You bring in a million Syrians and it turns out they're not fans of Israel.

    Replies: @El Dato, @anon

    That’s Abbey Road, amirite?

    • Replies: @Jonathan Mason
    @anon

    Does not appear to be Abbey Road.

    https://www.earthcam.com/world/england/london/abbeyroad/?cam=abbeyroad_uk

  127. @J1234
    @Steve Sailer

    My wife and I had a similar experience (in some respects) a couple of years ago at a Tim Allen standup concert. We were expecting a Last Man Standing level of quality, but got amateur night at the local comedy club instead. Worse than the language, he just isn't very good at being funny in that context. He apparently thinks that stating his moderate center right political opinions in a brash way qualifies as comedy. It was surprising that someone so funny in sitcoms could be so inept at standup (the opposite of Cosby.)

    Replies: @Stan D Mute, @bomag, @Reg Cæsar, @The Last Real Calvinist

    Allen, like our fellow HBD Mitten comic Williams, was much funnier before he quit using Colombian marching powder.

  128. @International Jew
    I'm amazed that 52% do believe it.

    Replies: @Desiderius, @AnotherDad

    I’m amazed that 52% do believe it.

    We are separate peoples now. And need to be in separate nations.

    The minoritarian rot is deep. People who believe, believe. The chance of some sort of epiphany on the part of good-whites is essentially zero. It’s “who they are”–their identity, their virtue, their self-worth. Minorities are–mostly–on board with the loot whites.

    Our choices–choices for normie productive people–are obvious:

    A — Peacefully separate
    B — Fight, i.e. civil war
    C — Die

    I’m a fan of A.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
    @AnotherDad

    You forgot D - Find ways to co-exist. That is what normie productive people want. You, well, you're different.

    Replies: @Art Deco

    , @J.Ross
    @AnotherDad

    Their goal isn't total genocide (although they are totally sincere about genocide within the definition as a softening), but the capture of whites as lame blacksmiths and tax serfs. If they goal is parasitism why would they let us peacefully separate? Their entire understanding of economics is theft and their entire economy is whatever they can take from us. How could they voluntarily accept life without us?

  129. Megaphone theory restated in context

    • Replies: @anon
    @Desiderius

    https://i.pinimg.com/originals/30/fa/5b/30fa5b8c60206010ca7f27da0cb6132a.jpg

    , @James Forrestal
    @Desiderius

    Sure. Mass media [especially mass visual media] hacks our social instincts.

    https://quillette.com/2021/04/03/persuasion-and-the-prestige-paradox-are-high-status-people-more-likely-to-lie/

    But it's considerably more than a "megaphone" -- it's hyperreality, of course.

    Megadonors + narrative control + kritarchy = actual control of this ostensible "democrat republic." Cryptocracy. Hence the common misuse of the word "populism" by the "news" media to mean "democratic process that produces the 'wrong' results," and the Orwellian use of the word "democracy" to indicate "correct" results brought about by any means "necessary".

    Replies: @anon

  130. Rosen has already been there for a generation. If you’re just about to find out you’ve been fast asleep.

    There was a time when the Blogfather would link to him but he was radicalized by, what, Cheney hijinks?

  131. @ChrisZ
    @Redman

    Redman, it wouldn't be the first time Dr. Fauci has come under fire--nor the first time he gave indication of a certain brittleness of character.

    Fauci was one of the first public figures in my memory to buckle under the full onslaught of gay activism. This was back in the late 1980s, at the height of the AIDS crisis, when Fauci oversaw, and was the public face of, HIV research at the NIH. As such he was responsible for allocating (or advocating for) government funding. But his promotion of AIDS research over other health concerns was deemed insufficiently avid by gays, and he was subjected to a campaign of personal vilification.

    You can get a feel for what Fauci was subjected to in this "open letter" that gay playwright Larry Kramer published in the San Francisco Chronicle, in which Fauci is labelled a murderer who should be put before a firing squad:

    https://aep.lib.rochester.edu/node/49111

    It all must have been terrifying to a rather mild-mannered researcher and bureaucrat. Very quickly Fauci acquiesced to the hysteria, changed his tune completely, and began a very public "redemption" campaign to boost AIDS funding and to make research into its treatment the nation's number one health priority. I was a kid at the time, but the public turnabout, and its cause, left an impression on me that resurfaced last year, when Fauci was once again thrust into the public spotlight. It made me wary that here was a guy whose judgments as both an administrator and scientist had once proved vulnerable to public pressure. I was therefore not surprise at points in our current crisis when his recommendations seemed to have a mercurial quality.

    I was also not surprised to see that the earlier crisis of his career received hardly any comment in the press. In a quick search, I did find one Washington Post article from last year, which recalls the events of 30 years ago:

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/history/2020/05/20/fauci-aids-nih-coronavirus/

    However, the article is a perfect specimen of the "Who-Whom" style of journalism with which we're all familiar on this forum. You can see in it how the historical record has been acknowledged, but recast, to turn it into a big misunderstanding between the two mutually-loving, virtuous parties of young Dr. Fauci and '80s-era gay activists.

    The whole episode is an object lesson in how the Left lavishly rewards its targeted "enemies," when they abjectly surrender and convert. Dr. Fauci spent the 1990s lionized by the gay community, and even became the inspiration for a character in a Larry Kramer play. His career prospered following his conversion, and his reputation was burnished by the Left's house organs, as the above Post article attests.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @AnotherDad

    Very quickly Fauci acquiesced to the hysteria, changed his tune completely, and began a very public “redemption” campaign to boost AIDS funding and to make research into its treatment the nation’s number one health priority.

    Everything about AIDS was sleazy, hypocritical and ridiculous. It was a classic minoritarian shit show–a precursor of what we see today.

    Homosexuals wild bathhouse promiscuity cause the AIDS crisis … so it was my fault. Homos are a minority so … all the normal public health VD procedures/tracking … were cancelled. (Kind of like policing not applying to blacks, because they need it.)

    A disease that is absolutely no threat to anyone willing to control their sexual behavior and IV drug use …. is the most important thing ever! The nation’s highest priority!

    Said it before. I’ll say it again. Minoritarianism is stupid. It makes basic logic a crime. It makes making sense a crime. Minoritarianism is the enemy of all coherent thought. Minoritarianism is the enemy of human progress, of humanity itself.

    • Agree: Jonathan Mason, JR Ewing
    • Replies: @Art Deco
    @AnotherDad

    They gave up on contact tracing in 1981 because it was hopeless. They were dealing with people who'd typically had dozens of trysts every year (the infamous 'Patient Zero' claimed 250 per year over a period of 10 years). Anonymous sex was common. Also, the latency period is usually long; it eventually emerged that the median lapse of time between infection and the appearance of the disease was 11 years. It was not until the spring of 1985 that they had a ready means for detecting infection absent illness.

    The real failure - and the Commissioner of Health in New York City was a notable villain here - was in not shutting the bath houses in the spring of 1984, at which time it was clear that it was a viral infection. The liberal discourse at the time manufactured rube goldberg excuses to avoid doing so, maintaining that doing something straightforward would fail and whatever triple-bankshot they'd dreamed up to please the gaystapo would work. (IIRC, Larry Kramer was an advocate of shutting the bath houses in Frisco).

    , @Redman
    @AnotherDad

    Recall. Back in the 1980s, the media’s narrative was that it was just a matter of time before AIDS was going to devastate the heterosexual community too. They were sure if it.

    I was in college at the peak of the AIDS crisis in the late 1980s. Even by 1997, my future first wife made me get an AIDS test when we started dating.

    Mayor Koch (a lifelong closeted gay) had many faults. But on this he was spot on. IIRC he wrote an editorial (or maybe it was an interview) saying AIDS was a gay disease, full stop. He had no agenda (since he was closeted and not a gay activist) but he could see then how the media narrative was just lying. This was considered brave in 1989.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Art Deco, @Art Deco

    , @Dissident
    @AnotherDad


    A disease that is absolutely no threat to anyone willing to control their sexual behavior and IV drug use ….
     
    Isn't "absolutely no threat" a bit of an overstatement? What about recipients of blood transfusions? Or any medical IV or other procedure involving blood-contact? What about rape victims? Transmission during pregnancy to the developing fetus?

    Your basic, overarching point regarding the indulgence of the extravagant demands of a decadent minority at considerable expense (health as well as financial) to the general public is quite correct.

  132. vhrm says:
    @Forbes
    @vhrm

    79% of blacks and 65% of whites agree--then how'd they get to 52% total?? Zero percent of all other

    Replies: @vhrm

    Note that it’s 79% of blacks agree and 65% of whites DISagree.
    It’s bad phrasing on their part.

    The results though are pretty troubling. The part that kind of floored me was how many people think the Chauvin verdict was just.

    Most Americans — 77 percent — agree that Chauvin was guilty of murdering Floyd, including nearly all Democrats and most independents. But 15 percent of Americans disagree with the trial’s verdict. Republicans are split, with 52 percent saying they agree with Chauvin’s conviction. Looking across race and ethnicity, 89 percent of Black Americans support the outcome, along with 74 percent of white Americans and 79 percent of Latino Americans.

    This is quite sad. idk how much of that is the media’s fault how much is people just being “stupid” and how much is something else, but it is quite an alienating thing to read.

  133. If Helen of Troy’s face launched a thousand ships, how about George Floyd’s? Enough already!

  134. @AnotherDad
    @International Jew


    I’m amazed that 52% do believe it.
     
    We are separate peoples now. And need to be in separate nations.

    The minoritarian rot is deep. People who believe, believe. The chance of some sort of epiphany on the part of good-whites is essentially zero. It's "who they are"--their identity, their virtue, their self-worth. Minorities are--mostly--on board with the loot whites.

    Our choices--choices for normie productive people--are obvious:

    A -- Peacefully separate
    B -- Fight, i.e. civil war
    C -- Die

    I'm a fan of A.

    Replies: @Corvinus, @J.Ross

    You forgot D – Find ways to co-exist. That is what normie productive people want. You, well, you’re different.

    • Replies: @Art Deco
    @Corvinus

    You forgot D – Find ways to co-exist.

    Co-existence would be no trouble and is practiced as a matter of course. The problem is that co-existence is not what the enemy wants. They're going out of their way to make it impossible.

    Replies: @Corvinus

  135. @J1234

    PBS: ...White Supremacy Is the Most Lethal Terrorist Threat to the Homeland Today
     
    The accusing finger is a pretty effective psychological ploy, a potent diversionary tactic that can be used on non-critical thinkers (formerly known as the public.) They all look at what the finger is pointing towards and pay no attention to what it's pointing away from.

    The other day Merrick Garland claimed that Jan. 6th - apparently a white supremacist coup, given the context of his alarmist testimony - was the greatest threat to democracy our country had faced while he was a public official. He claimed that 2019 was the deadliest year for terrorism since 1995. He could only make those accusations by using the phrase "domestic violent extremism," which would exclude the worst act of terrorism in the almost 250 years that the US has existed: September 11th, 2001. That one doesn't count, for some reason.

    Thank you, Merrick Garland, for showing us the kind of Supreme Court justice you would've been.

    Replies: @Corvinus

    “The other day Merrick Garland claimed that Jan. 6th – apparently a white supremacist coup, given the context of his alarmist testimony – was the greatest threat to democracy our country had faced while he was a public official.”

    Considering Trump and his merry band of ruffians contributed to the ruckus, he’s decidedly correct in that analysis. But no big deal if his family helped themselves to gimmedats and free stuff.

    https://www.citizensforethics.org/reports-investigations/crew-investigations/jared-and-ivanka-made-up-to-640-million-in-the-white-house

    • Replies: @gandydancer
    @Corvinus


    “The other day Merrick Garland claimed that Jan. 6th – apparently a white supremacist coup, given the context of his alarmist testimony – was the greatest threat to democracy our country had faced while he was a public official.”

    Considering Trump and his merry band of ruffians contributed to the ruckus, he’s decidedly correct in that analysis.
     

    This is an arrant stupidity endorsed with a ridiculous failure of logic, including a blatant lie. Is there anyway I can block this "Corvinus" moron? Or at least automatically tag his posts with some disgusting color so that I can easily avoid the brain cell leakage resulting from reading him?
  136. @Anon
    OT:

    Bye-bye Broadway: A grim prognosis for New York’s theaters

    By Alexander Nussbaum
    May 18, 202

    New York City Broadway theaters closed on March 12, 2020. The closure was supposed to be for just one month. Fourteen months later, the theaters are still closed. But now Governor Cuomo has announced New York’s theaters are cleared for reopening, starting September 14. No less than 23 plays are scheduled to open between September and November...

    Broadway’s 41 theaters range in capacity from 600 to just under 2,000, but more than 30 seat more than 1,000. A play has to be at close to 100% audience capacity to be economically viable. Taking out seats would require drastically raising already pre-Wuhan Virus sky high prices. Cuomo has hinted all theater patrons will require proof of vaccination...

    On January 13, 2020, just one month before the Wuhan virus closed Broadway, The Broadway League released its annual demographic report for the 2018-2019 season. Not knowing of the debacle that was only four weeks away, the report had a glowing tone, "This is a thrilling time for Broadway and our audiences…It’s so exciting to see younger and more diverse audiences filling our theaters.… In the 2018-2019 season, Broadway shows welcomed 14.8 million admissions, an all-time high.”

    But when you get down to examining the details of the demographics, it paints a bleak future for a post-Wuhan virus theater.

    The report bragged that “Along with the overall growth in attendance, the number of admissions by non-Caucasian theatre goers reached a record high of 3.8 million.” But that means just over 74% of theater goers were Caucasians. The theater thus depends on toxic whites.

    The average age of attendees was 42.3 years old, about a year older than during the previous season. The theater depends on older patrons. Furthermore, most theatergoers reported going to the theater as children, and 41% of adults had a graduate degree. Theater depends on those whose cultural heritage was passing on love of theater.

    The report’s own numbers put lie to its assessment that theater goers were getting younger and more diverse. Because of record admissions in 2018-2109, the number who were non-white and young rose too, but not the percentages.

    The average annual household income of the Broadway theatre goers was a stunning $261,000, well up from the previous year’s average of $222,120. The average ticket price for the 2018-19 season was a hefty $145.60. The theater depends on those whose wealth needs to be redistributed...

    https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2021/05/byebye_broadway_a_grim_prognosis_for_new_yorks_theaters.html
     

    Replies: @Buffalo Joe, @photondancer, @Jim Christian

    ThreeSixNine, write a play about a historical White statesman and pretend he is black and make the dialogue in hip hop and Whites eat it up. Next up “Ibram X. Kendi” the musical.

  137. vhrm says:
    @Steve Sailer
    @ChrisZ

    As it turned out, AIDS was easier to treat than most experts had expected. I can recall how sad I felt when Magic Johnson made his HIV announcement in 1991. He talked bravely about how his genius doctor David Ho had promised him the latest treatment, but everybody knew at the time he was a dead man talking.

    Now he's still here.

    It was a little like how the vaccine for coronavirus worked out better and faster than anybody except the optimistic Trump expected.

    Replies: @Getaclue, @vhrm, @James Forrestal, @John Johnson, @Rockford Tyson

    Speaking of the COVID vaccine and AIDS, Moderna (and i’m sure others) are trying to use the mRNA tech to create an AIDS vaccine (and others).

    https://www.businessinsider.com/new-hiv-vaccine-could-be-moderna-mrna-success-story-2021-4?op=1

    Personally i hope someone tackles Herpes Simplex viruses. Cold sores are annoying but i’m particularly concerned about the dementia link:
    https://www.healthline.com/health-news/evidence-of-link-between-herpes-and-dementia

    (although it’s possible that the vaccine would only help prevent infection rather than actually root out the virus that lays dormant in nerve cells ready to strike, but still)

  138. @AnotherDad
    @ChrisZ


    Very quickly Fauci acquiesced to the hysteria, changed his tune completely, and began a very public “redemption” campaign to boost AIDS funding and to make research into its treatment the nation’s number one health priority.
     
    Everything about AIDS was sleazy, hypocritical and ridiculous. It was a classic minoritarian shit show--a precursor of what we see today.

    Homosexuals wild bathhouse promiscuity cause the AIDS crisis ... so it was my fault. Homos are a minority so ... all the normal public health VD procedures/tracking ... were cancelled. (Kind of like policing not applying to blacks, because they need it.)

    A disease that is absolutely no threat to anyone willing to control their sexual behavior and IV drug use .... is the most important thing ever! The nation's highest priority!


    Said it before. I'll say it again. Minoritarianism is stupid. It makes basic logic a crime. It makes making sense a crime. Minoritarianism is the enemy of all coherent thought. Minoritarianism is the enemy of human progress, of humanity itself.

    Replies: @Art Deco, @Redman, @Dissident

    They gave up on contact tracing in 1981 because it was hopeless. They were dealing with people who’d typically had dozens of trysts every year (the infamous ‘Patient Zero’ claimed 250 per year over a period of 10 years). Anonymous sex was common. Also, the latency period is usually long; it eventually emerged that the median lapse of time between infection and the appearance of the disease was 11 years. It was not until the spring of 1985 that they had a ready means for detecting infection absent illness.

    The real failure – and the Commissioner of Health in New York City was a notable villain here – was in not shutting the bath houses in the spring of 1984, at which time it was clear that it was a viral infection. The liberal discourse at the time manufactured rube goldberg excuses to avoid doing so, maintaining that doing something straightforward would fail and whatever triple-bankshot they’d dreamed up to please the gaystapo would work. (IIRC, Larry Kramer was an advocate of shutting the bath houses in Frisco).

  139. @Corvinus
    @AnotherDad

    You forgot D - Find ways to co-exist. That is what normie productive people want. You, well, you're different.

    Replies: @Art Deco

    You forgot D – Find ways to co-exist.

    Co-existence would be no trouble and is practiced as a matter of course. The problem is that co-existence is not what the enemy wants. They’re going out of their way to make it impossible.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
    @Art Deco

    “Co-existence would be no trouble and is practiced as a matter of course. The problem is that co-existence is not what the enemy wants. They’re going out of their way to make it impossible.“

    Assuming that to be true. Pray tell, who is this “enemy”—Jews, assorted mystery meats, the Deep State, corprocrats? All of the above?

    Replies: @The Anti-Gnostic, @Art Deco, @TWS

  140. @AnotherDad
    @ChrisZ


    Very quickly Fauci acquiesced to the hysteria, changed his tune completely, and began a very public “redemption” campaign to boost AIDS funding and to make research into its treatment the nation’s number one health priority.
     
    Everything about AIDS was sleazy, hypocritical and ridiculous. It was a classic minoritarian shit show--a precursor of what we see today.

    Homosexuals wild bathhouse promiscuity cause the AIDS crisis ... so it was my fault. Homos are a minority so ... all the normal public health VD procedures/tracking ... were cancelled. (Kind of like policing not applying to blacks, because they need it.)

    A disease that is absolutely no threat to anyone willing to control their sexual behavior and IV drug use .... is the most important thing ever! The nation's highest priority!


    Said it before. I'll say it again. Minoritarianism is stupid. It makes basic logic a crime. It makes making sense a crime. Minoritarianism is the enemy of all coherent thought. Minoritarianism is the enemy of human progress, of humanity itself.

    Replies: @Art Deco, @Redman, @Dissident

    Recall. Back in the 1980s, the media’s narrative was that it was just a matter of time before AIDS was going to devastate the heterosexual community too. They were sure if it.

    I was in college at the peak of the AIDS crisis in the late 1980s. Even by 1997, my future first wife made me get an AIDS test when we started dating.

    Mayor Koch (a lifelong closeted gay) had many faults. But on this he was spot on. IIRC he wrote an editorial (or maybe it was an interview) saying AIDS was a gay disease, full stop. He had no agenda (since he was closeted and not a gay activist) but he could see then how the media narrative was just lying. This was considered brave in 1989.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @Redman

    Have you seen "The Gift"? Twenty years of demanding that straights condoms and it turns out that gays in-house require that you not even presume to ask your fellow orgy participants if they're pozzed because it might be offensive.

    , @Art Deco
    @Redman

    Mayor Koch (a lifelong closeted gay)

    He wasn't.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Swamp Fox

    , @Art Deco
    @Redman

    Koch was a politician whose daily fare was making deals with competing constituency groups. He tells the gaystapo that performing medical research is not a function of city government and that other people have claims on the treasury too. The rage at Koch was a reaction to him telling the gay lobby that they were a participant in public life and a claimant for attention and resources when they fancied they were Special.

    Michael Fumento was working in the public health apparat and publishing on the side about the disease. He noted that at the time 10% of all federal expenditures for medical research were expressly devoted to research on AIDS and that 25% of the funds allocated to cancer research were financing AIDS-related research projects. He wrote he wasn't aware of any activist organization derived from the homosexual population who was satisfied with the governments efforts (as of 1988).

    Note the anti-eulogies Koch received from internet blabbermouths from the gay subculture, 23 years after he'd left public office.

  141. @anonymous
    On August 23, 2019 a white supremacist murdered 23 Latinos in a Walmart in El Paso.

    On October 27, 2018 a white supremacist murdered 11 Jews in a synagogue in Pittsburg.

    How is white supremacy not the greatest terrorist threat facing the country? Why are you denying this? Do you sympathize with the white supremacist murderers?

    Replies: @Boomthorkell, @El Dato, @Reg Cæsar, @Jonathan Mason, @WJ, @Ben tillman, @e, @Forbes, @Mike7707, @aldasfail770

    “Do you sympathize with the white supremacist murderers?”

    Yeah sometimes I do. It depends on my mood really.

    You deserve the same answers that I give liberal cat ladies when they meltdown and say “wear your f%cking mask! You don’t want to kill people do you?”
    |
    Yes cat lady sometimes I do.

    • Agree: 3g4me
    • Replies: @JohnnyWalker123
    @aldasfail770

    Strong second post.

    We'll know who the feds are by looking at who agrees to this comment.

  142. @JohnnyWalker123
    @3g4me

    You missed the point.

    There is no "terrorism" problem from anywhere. It's hype designed to bring in an Orwellian surveillance state at home, and permanent warfare abroad. Your odds of being killed by a "White Supremacist" are roughly equal to your odds of being killed by "Al-Qaeda." Zero.

    As for Muslims, they may make lousy immigrants, but that's not a "terrorism" problem. It's an immigration problem.

    Useful idiots such as yourself will keep this country embroiled in perpetual, bankruptcy-inducing wars for decades to come. The "war on terror" is BS that will drain your country of the future Medicare&Social Security funds that you would've depended on in retirement, but you'll never get because we wasted it "fighting terrorism" overseas. We spent $5 trillion in Iraq alone fighting the menace of "terrorism." How much more would you care to spend? Would you be willing to trade your future Medicare-paid hip replacement for a few more fighter jets so we can bomb "terrorists" in Syria/Iran/Iraq/[insert another of the dozens of Muslim countries in existence]? "Goyishe Kopf."

    Replies: @3g4me, @Redman

    Ron Paul had a piece today asserting that the US debt (with SS and Medicare obligations) is $123 Trillion.

    What happened to the days of Gramm-Rudmam and Ross Perot? There seems to be a death wish among the current crop of TPTB in Washington.

    • Thanks: JohnnyWalker123
  143. @Alden
    @Art Deco

    Cosby did have a trial. The prosecutor proved to the jury beyond a reasonable doubt Cosby was guilty of drugging the women and rape when they were unconscious. Being unconscious is not implied consent. Possession of the drugs is a felony, let alone giving them to someone.

    And Cosby, like OJ and other multimillionaires had the best attorneys, investigators jury selectors etc that money could buy. Plus there was his good husband and father aura from that TV show. Plus his preaching that blacks should settle down and start obeying the laws.

    I didn’t follow the case. I was surprised he was convicted.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Redman

    Did you see the Chauvin trial? I don’t think pointing to a jury verdict in 2021 USA is evidence of much of anything anymore.

    • Agree: gandydancer
  144. @Matttt
    Are actual white supremacists the biggest threat in prison? Are any statistics about how many prison murders are committed by actual white supremacists. I'm guessing it's not zero.

    In fact, I wonder how many of these police shootings are happening because black felons would rather take their chances resisting arrest than face white supremacist prison gangs.

    Replies: @Buffalo Joe, @new Stalin, @gandydancer

    Matttt, log onto some liberal news sites and you will see that few crimes, like the one Floyd commited, result in prison sentences. Felons in possession of a firearm are being released without bail. I doubt floyd would have received any jail time if his case had made it to trial.

  145. @Steve Sailer
    @Getaclue

    I've been saying since 11/9/20 that Trump was right, the vaccines will work. You've been saying Trump was wrong, they won't work.

    Who has been right so far?

    Replies: @Wade Hampton, @Getaclue

    These new drugs have been released after about a year of R&D. The typical R&D timeline for new drugs is 5-7 years. The timeline takes that long because it often takes time for negative side effects to show up.

    Who has been right so far?

    This is like asking the guy who jumps off the top of the 100 story building how things are going as he passes the 50th floor. His answer? “So far, so good.”

  146. @Art Deco
    @Corvinus

    You forgot D – Find ways to co-exist.

    Co-existence would be no trouble and is practiced as a matter of course. The problem is that co-existence is not what the enemy wants. They're going out of their way to make it impossible.

    Replies: @Corvinus

    “Co-existence would be no trouble and is practiced as a matter of course. The problem is that co-existence is not what the enemy wants. They’re going out of their way to make it impossible.“

    Assuming that to be true. Pray tell, who is this “enemy”—Jews, assorted mystery meats, the Deep State, corprocrats? All of the above?

    • Replies: @The Anti-Gnostic
    @Corvinus

    All of the above.

    Replies: @Corvinus

    , @Art Deco
    @Corvinus

    Andrea Weiskopf is the enemy. Judge Peter Cahill is the enemy. George Soros is the enemy. School administrators are the enemy (unless they're in support-staff positions), higher ed administrators are the enemy (bar those who work in finance and physical plant); a great many teachers are the enemy (especially those employed on law faculties, on teacher-training faculties, in social work programs, and in certain departments of the arts and sciences faculty e.g. sociology, anthropology, American history), the media is the enemy.

    Replies: @Corvinus

    , @TWS
    @Corvinus

    You. I can understand an enemy. Someone pretending to be harmless is much more dangerous

    Replies: @Corvinus

  147. @Redman
    @AnotherDad

    Recall. Back in the 1980s, the media’s narrative was that it was just a matter of time before AIDS was going to devastate the heterosexual community too. They were sure if it.

    I was in college at the peak of the AIDS crisis in the late 1980s. Even by 1997, my future first wife made me get an AIDS test when we started dating.

    Mayor Koch (a lifelong closeted gay) had many faults. But on this he was spot on. IIRC he wrote an editorial (or maybe it was an interview) saying AIDS was a gay disease, full stop. He had no agenda (since he was closeted and not a gay activist) but he could see then how the media narrative was just lying. This was considered brave in 1989.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Art Deco, @Art Deco

    Have you seen “The Gift”? Twenty years of demanding that straights condoms and it turns out that gays in-house require that you not even presume to ask your fellow orgy participants if they’re pozzed because it might be offensive.

  148. @Art Deco
    @vhrm

    I think contemporary polls are manufactured by applying algorithms to a mess of convenience samples. Rather unlike polling 30 years ago, which generated probability samples from random-digit dialing.

    Replies: @Corvinus

    So, you think, and really do not know for certain. Great to know.

  149. @Desiderius
    https://twitter.com/UngeheuerDarin/status/1394675331374755848?s=20

    Megaphone theory restated in context

    Replies: @anon, @James Forrestal

    • Agree: James Forrestal
  150. @AnotherDad
    @International Jew


    I’m amazed that 52% do believe it.
     
    We are separate peoples now. And need to be in separate nations.

    The minoritarian rot is deep. People who believe, believe. The chance of some sort of epiphany on the part of good-whites is essentially zero. It's "who they are"--their identity, their virtue, their self-worth. Minorities are--mostly--on board with the loot whites.

    Our choices--choices for normie productive people--are obvious:

    A -- Peacefully separate
    B -- Fight, i.e. civil war
    C -- Die

    I'm a fan of A.

    Replies: @Corvinus, @J.Ross

    Their goal isn’t total genocide (although they are totally sincere about genocide within the definition as a softening), but the capture of whites as lame blacksmiths and tax serfs. If they goal is parasitism why would they let us peacefully separate? Their entire understanding of economics is theft and their entire economy is whatever they can take from us. How could they voluntarily accept life without us?

  151. @Redman
    @AnotherDad

    Recall. Back in the 1980s, the media’s narrative was that it was just a matter of time before AIDS was going to devastate the heterosexual community too. They were sure if it.

    I was in college at the peak of the AIDS crisis in the late 1980s. Even by 1997, my future first wife made me get an AIDS test when we started dating.

    Mayor Koch (a lifelong closeted gay) had many faults. But on this he was spot on. IIRC he wrote an editorial (or maybe it was an interview) saying AIDS was a gay disease, full stop. He had no agenda (since he was closeted and not a gay activist) but he could see then how the media narrative was just lying. This was considered brave in 1989.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Art Deco, @Art Deco

    Mayor Koch (a lifelong closeted gay)

    He wasn’t.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Art Deco



    Mayor Koch (a lifelong closeted gay)

     

    He wasn’t.
     
    When did he come out?

    He lived in the same (small) building as Larry Kramer, who told his dog, "That's the man who's killing our friends!" I'm sure some Schwuchtel once said the same to his Püdelchen about schönen Adolf.

    Replies: @Art Deco

    , @Swamp Fox
    @Art Deco

    Yes, he was. Bess Myers on bearded for him.

  152. @Redman
    @AnotherDad

    Recall. Back in the 1980s, the media’s narrative was that it was just a matter of time before AIDS was going to devastate the heterosexual community too. They were sure if it.

    I was in college at the peak of the AIDS crisis in the late 1980s. Even by 1997, my future first wife made me get an AIDS test when we started dating.

    Mayor Koch (a lifelong closeted gay) had many faults. But on this he was spot on. IIRC he wrote an editorial (or maybe it was an interview) saying AIDS was a gay disease, full stop. He had no agenda (since he was closeted and not a gay activist) but he could see then how the media narrative was just lying. This was considered brave in 1989.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Art Deco, @Art Deco

    Koch was a politician whose daily fare was making deals with competing constituency groups. He tells the gaystapo that performing medical research is not a function of city government and that other people have claims on the treasury too. The rage at Koch was a reaction to him telling the gay lobby that they were a participant in public life and a claimant for attention and resources when they fancied they were Special.

    Michael Fumento was working in the public health apparat and publishing on the side about the disease. He noted that at the time 10% of all federal expenditures for medical research were expressly devoted to research on AIDS and that 25% of the funds allocated to cancer research were financing AIDS-related research projects. He wrote he wasn’t aware of any activist organization derived from the homosexual population who was satisfied with the governments efforts (as of 1988).

    Note the anti-eulogies Koch received from internet blabbermouths from the gay subculture, 23 years after he’d left public office.

  153. @Steve Sailer
    @northeast

    Her son was murdered. I'm not going to blame her for intemperate words in response.

    Replies: @Art Deco, @Nico

    I hear you. I’m recalling, however, an old art teacher from mine, a very engaging woman. She has, in back of her desk a wall hanging with dozens of aphorisms on it. One was ‘things said while drunk have been thought out beforehand’.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Art Deco


    One was ‘things said while drunk have been thought out beforehand’.
     
    https://www.toonpool.com/user/8420/files/in_vino_veritas_2628795.jpg
    , @ChrisZ
    @Art Deco

    What you're noting is true, of course, Art. But a deeper truth may be that people have all sorts of disreputable thoughts -- some intentionally considered, others merely automatic -- that will emerge from hiding in moments of inebriation or great stress. And the ability to keep those thoughts out of public display most of the time is one of the hallmarks of civilization.

    I believe that a fundamental difference between sane eras of the past and our current mad one is the following: in the past, the true character of a man was judged to be his ability to suppress (even master) his worst thoughts and impulses, and present a rational face to the world. Today, by bitter contrast, the truth about a man is judged to be revealed in those low impulses, no matter how rarely exposed to the world. The power of self mastery, which was formerly regarded as the highest of the moral virtues, is now seen as merely a mask of hypocrisy.

    My sense is that the irrational enthusiasms of today are rooted in, or at least facilitated by, this overturning of the classical idea of character.

    , @AceDeuce
    @Art Deco

    One of my favorite writers, Mignon McLaughlin, put it this way:

    "The chief reason for drinking is the desire to behave in a certain way, and to be able to blame it on alcohol.”

  154. @Steve Sailer
    @Alden

    I was a big fan of Cosby's kid-oriented comedy around 1969. In the 1970s, he seemed to spend most of his free time at the Playboy Mansion, so I was surprised when he suddenly emerged as America's Dad in the 1980s. He got involved in a nasty scandal where he was having some girl who was probably his daughter imprisoned for blackmailing him. But then his son was murdered by a white carjacker while trying to change a flat tire on Mulholland Drive and the 405, so that scandal got memory-holed. Cosby never seemed to blame white people in general for his son being murdered by a white man, which I appreciate.

    Replies: @northeast, @Art Deco, @Reg Cæsar, @AceDeuce

    I met a guy at a very upscale watering hole many years ago. He was involved in corporate aviation–he somehow started talking about Cosby, who owned at least one private jet, and went on about what a racist anti-White prick, and general douchebag, that Cosby was in real life, despite his image.

    He then mentioned Cosby’s son, implying that he was into some pretty shady stuff. He went on about it. I never liked nor cared about Cosby, and didn’t even know how many sons that he had–(just the one, as it turned out).

    Anyway, this guy was already pretty drunk when I met him, but very coherent. It stuck in my mind for two reasons–number one, we talked about several other things that evening. He said a couple of far-fetched things that I checked out later, and found out that he was 100% right about.

    The second thing was, I met him during the Atlanta Olympics in the late summer of 1996, which was four months before Cosby’s son was killed.

    I later met another guy who played football at Temple with Cosby–he liked him, but hated his wife, whom he said was a big-time racist.

  155. @Corvinus
    @Art Deco

    “Co-existence would be no trouble and is practiced as a matter of course. The problem is that co-existence is not what the enemy wants. They’re going out of their way to make it impossible.“

    Assuming that to be true. Pray tell, who is this “enemy”—Jews, assorted mystery meats, the Deep State, corprocrats? All of the above?

    Replies: @The Anti-Gnostic, @Art Deco, @TWS

    All of the above.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
    @The Anti-Gnostic

    OK, in what specific ways? And, does that even include their offspring? Do, tell.

  156. @Mike Tre
    What about that simulacrum of Floyd though? I mean, could they have made him look any more like a gorilla? He's so ugly it looks like his face was on fire and someone tried to extinguish the flames with an axe handle. And the Mr. Potato-head lips just bring it all together.

    Remember when Time Magazine was lambasted for making OJ's mug shot look darker and more sinister? Why are they making St. George look like he's about to go on a "Out-of-chicken-sandwiches-at-Popeye's" fueled mass shooting spree?

    Replies: @Jonathan Mason, @James J O'Meara, @Anonymous, @Alfa158, @magila, @Harry Baldwin

    Why are they making St. George look like he’s about to go on a “Out-of-chicken-sandwiches-at-Popeye’s” fueled mass shooting spree?

    I always thought he looked like he was about to climb the Empire State Building, but I like your idea more.

    • LOL: JMcG
  157. @Curle
    I’m sure PBS is glad to know Paul Ryan is in their camp.

    Replies: @Hibernian

    Ryan is no Bill Weld or John Kasich.

    • Replies: @Curle
    @Hibernian

    And Trotsky was no Lenin. I no longer bother to make charitable distinctions between horror shows. It seems to be what got us in the present pickle.

    My position on Ryan is that he chose to amplify the enemy’s message (Charlottesville) at a time it was becoming clear the public were/are tiring of viewing the world through carefully moderated/ propagandized WW2 and Civil War storylines. Trump’s response was the right response and Ryan’s was the worst possible.

    Learning from our enemies, the Bolsheviks, if you want to end something you polarize it. To educate our future leaders we need them to clearly understand who to never emulate. We need to anathematize Ryan-ism sufficient to ensure future Republicans self edit when prompted to gain favor with corporate Lefties by taking swipes at concerned Americans.

  158. @Jonathan Mason
    @Mike Tre

    No, George Floyd was not a very good looking man, but this comment could be taken as a wee bit racist, particularly the use of the word 'gorilla', which is generally considered to be unacceptable, unless you are talking about glue.

    Of course I would have to see your pen sketch of Mitch McConnell or Sarah Sanders, for comparative purposes to be sure, and to see which primate, fish, or marine mammal you compared them to.

    Replies: @SunBakedSuburb, @Alden, @Jim Bob Lassiter, @Achmed E. Newman, @Mike Tre

    I’m sorry I can’t hear you, can you please speak into the microphone? You’ll find it dangling right between my pasty white thighs.

  159. @anon
    @Rob McX

    That's Abbey Road, amirite?

    Replies: @Jonathan Mason

  160. @Matttt
    Are actual white supremacists the biggest threat in prison? Are any statistics about how many prison murders are committed by actual white supremacists. I'm guessing it's not zero.

    In fact, I wonder how many of these police shootings are happening because black felons would rather take their chances resisting arrest than face white supremacist prison gangs.

    Replies: @Buffalo Joe, @new Stalin, @gandydancer

    Bull, most prisons and jails are full of blacks, not whites. Many blacks treat jail or prison time like a summer camp. If blacks were afraid of white prison gang’s they wouldn’t commit crimes.

    • Agree: Harry Baldwin
  161. @J1234
    @Steve Sailer

    My wife and I had a similar experience (in some respects) a couple of years ago at a Tim Allen standup concert. We were expecting a Last Man Standing level of quality, but got amateur night at the local comedy club instead. Worse than the language, he just isn't very good at being funny in that context. He apparently thinks that stating his moderate center right political opinions in a brash way qualifies as comedy. It was surprising that someone so funny in sitcoms could be so inept at standup (the opposite of Cosby.)

    Replies: @Stan D Mute, @bomag, @Reg Cæsar, @The Last Real Calvinist

    Chevy Chase was famous for being good in sketch comedy but not stand-up.

    And then there’s Michael Richards…

  162. @Steve Sailer
    @Getaclue

    I've been saying since 11/9/20 that Trump was right, the vaccines will work. You've been saying Trump was wrong, they won't work.

    Who has been right so far?

    Replies: @Wade Hampton, @Getaclue

    You think you know? LOL — With all the lies told about CVirus — how exactly do we tell the “vaccines” are “working”? The PCR testing was bs — now admitted by even the CDC — vastly inflates “cases” and can be manipulated and was never meant to be used as it was deployed on us.

    The ex-VP of Pfizer Research who is extremely knowledgeable, and others, stated that when the vaccines were instituted the actual Pandemic was basically over following the natural history of all such outbreaks — they end on more or less of a “schedule” as the Winter ends. (In Israel they are seeing population groups untouched by the CVirus Pandemic suddenly infected with it AFTER vaccinations — some dying — is that a “victory”?). So what are we seeing in what you claim as “victory” for Trump — another manipulation of numbers and “facts” that no one can actually validate as being based in reality? Everything is set up so the Experimental Vaccine Program can be called a “success”, do you doubt that? — regardless of whatever happened — it was going to be claimed a “victory” and whatever numbers need to be cooked or bs shoveled will be — that was going to happen given the multi-billions at stake and who is behind the “program”. Given what we have seen since this began — is this claim of “victory” unexpected?

    [MORE]

    By changing the PCR testing to stop the massive false positives — which the CDC has done after the release of the vaccines — they can manipulate the “cases” way down as we are now seeing — and then they can point to the vaccines “working”. Basically morbidly obsese people and the elderly accounted for deaths in the vast majority of Cvirus mortalities — we are now finally being told — with a recovery rate of over 99.7% there was no reason for rushed experimental vaccines to be rolled out and made to sound like some feel good candy treat for all.

    The propaganda as to these drugs has been on a level that would be comical if it wasn’t being treated as serious in the Mainslime Media and by those suckered in by same. I see where several fatalities of children 16 – 17, who had nearly zero chance of CVirus death (or even grave illness) have been admitted due to the vaccines (who knows how many others occurred a few days later and so were, of course, ruled out as caused by the vaccines?) — didn’t work out so good for them — has Trump commented on that? Fauci wants to vaccinate babies, you in for that too?…Trump let that lunatic run wild — Trump was problematic at best given everything and how it turned out….

    I thought Trump was better than Clinton, not much of a feat to accomplish that — when he was a businessman in NYC I could never stand him, Playboy loudmouth Howard Stern type dream guest, I always questioned his “change” — but I don’t think he left any of those who supported him in significantly better shape finally, actually much worse given what is now firmly in control of the USA, and his “mistakes” as to appointing people like Wray etc. makes one really question the issue of controlled opposition as to him. 4D Chess? Some of his actions were downright bizarre — and what about those Pardons at the end? I don’t think Hillary Clinton could have got us where we are today without massive push back — somehow Trump “blundered” us here?

    I think Trump’s take on the “vaccines” will be looked back on as being about as good as his appointment of Wray as head of the FBI. We will in fact see though — already we know that the death rates as to these “vaccines” eclipses all of the past vaccines put together yet they are not pulled from the market and in the past they would have been (so something else is obviously at play here) and that is on numbers that rule out all deaths as vaccine related other than the most obvious that must be counted, VAERS catches something like 1%….

    I could place all kinds of links here but I would guess you are well informed enough to know that there are some very credible experts who believe these experimental vaccines — the mRNA Gene Therapy etc. — are going to be an unparalleled disaster within the 2 year Experimental Trial window within which all the vaccinated are participating — whether they know it or not. No need to argue the point though — we’ll know within a year, probably by late this fall/early Winter when the Cold Season starts again, if this in fact happens i.e. people dropping dead in great numbers — there will be of course massive lies and propaganda in cover up, “variants” blamed etc., but I expect there will be some postings on UNZ that see thru same….Hopefully nothing like this happens but I wouldn’t bet against it….

    • Replies: @Jonathan Mason
    @Getaclue

    So how come the COVID-19 is so bad in place like Ecuador, Peru, and Brazil which are on the equator, and therefore don't really have a winter and a summer as in the northern hemisphere, and is there evidence from the southern hemisphere to indicate a pattern of the pandemic spreading more in their winter season?


    I see where several fatalities of children 16 – 17, who had nearly zero chance of CVirus death (or even grave illness) have been admitted due to the vaccines

     

    I don't think any country other than the US is yet vaccinating people that young in any numbers. The Pfizer vaccine was only approved for use for 12-15 year olds in the US last week, and the Moderna vaccine for 16-17 year olds was only authorized the by the Food and Drug Administration for use in the US in January.

    I do not know of any reports of fatalities linked to the vaccine, but inevitably the first young persons to get the vaccines are likely to be children who are brain-damaged institutionally managed, or already suffering from serious medical conditions.

    Can you provide some links to reports of adolescents dying from vaccines to show what fatalities you are talking about and who has done the "admitting"?

    Basically morbidly obsese people and the elderly accounted for deaths in the vast majority of Cvirus mortalities
     
    I think this is basically true, and media reports may have been misleading and in some cases unwilling to provide accurate reporting or to ask the right questions.

    I think this is probably because they are basically scared of saying the wrong thing and unwilling to contradict doctors and medical authorities. I agree that in the case of the AIDS epidemic, the public was given a lot of wrong impressions of how the virus was spread.

    We know that the death rates as to these “vaccines” eclipses all of the past vaccines put together

     

    Again, can you provide your source for this information? When you are vaccinating vast numbers of people, like more than 50% of the population, including all the oldest people, obviously lots of people who have been vaccinated are going to die, just like thousands of people die every day when there is no pandemic, but what is the evidence that the vaccination is killing people?

    Florida, for example, has roughly 200,000 deaths ever year, so that is 550 deaths per day in a good year, or about 1% of the population.

    One thing that interests me is that in the early days of the epidemic it seemed that there was some linkage with ski resorts both in the Alps in Europe and in the Rocky Mountains in Colorado in North America, and I wondered if the virus thrives particularly well where there are humans at altitude. That could explain why Andean nations seem to have been badly hit.

    The other great mystery about COVID-19 is simply the question as to whether it is really true that there are people who have no symptoms at all themselves, but spread the disease to other people. If this is really true, then it seems that the disease is almost unbeatable.

    Another hypothesis is that just as with AIDS, a more than trivial number of people simply LIE about whether they had symptoms, who they were with, and so on. People may lie because they are scared of losing their jobs, or of losing a boy/girl friend, or for many other reasons that are not apparent to health care providers and epidemiologists. To me it would be amazing if no one ever lied, but this is never discussed in popular media.
    , @Jonathan Mason
    @Getaclue

    So how come the COVID-19 is so bad in place like Ecuador, Peru, and Brazil which are on the equator, and therefore don't really have a winter and a summer as in the northern hemisphere, and is there evidence from the southern hemisphere to indicate a pattern of the pandemic spreading more in their winter season?


    I see where several fatalities of children 16 – 17, who had nearly zero chance of CVirus death (or even grave illness) have been admitted due to the vaccines


     

    I don't think any country other than the US is yet vaccinating people that young in any numbers. The Pfizer vaccine was only approved for use for 12-15 year olds in the US last week, and the Moderna vaccine for 16-17 year olds was only authorized the by the Food and Drug Administration for use in the US in January.

    I do not know of any reports of fatalities linked to the vaccine, but inevitably the first young persons to get the vaccines are likely to be children who are brain-damaged institutionally managed, or already suffering from serious medical conditions.

    Can you provide some links to reports of adolescents dying from vaccines to show what fatalities you are talking about and who has done the "admitting"?


    Basically morbidly obsese people and the elderly accounted for deaths in the vast majority of Cvirus mortalities
     
    I think this is basically true, and media reports may have been misleading and in some cases unwilling to provide accurate reporting or to ask the right questions.

    I think this is probably because they are basically scared of saying the wrong thing and unwilling to contradict doctors and medical authorities. I agree that in the case of the AIDS epidemic, the public was given a lot of wrong impressions of how the virus was spread.

    A good example was the volte face over masks. Medical facilities are not allowed to buy equipment like masks from supermarkets, they MUST use approved medical suppliers, so there was no danger of medical supplies needed by hospitals being diverted to supermarkets, or an emergency executive order could have stopped it. At the same time, people should have been encouraged to make their own masks.

    There was a huge amount of price gouging at the time the pandemic started. I remember seeing a box of 5 masks for sale in Walmart for $15 that did not even fit over the ears, then a few months later I was able to buy a box of 50 good masks in Ecuador for $5, and now I see they are down to $1.75 for the same box of 50 good quality masks with a choice of colors.


    We know that the death rates as to these “vaccines” eclipses all of the past vaccines put together

     

    Again, can you provide your source for this information? When you are vaccinating vast numbers of people, like more than 50% of the population, including all the oldest people, obviously lots of people who have been vaccinated are going to die, just like thousands of people die every day when there is no pandemic, but what is the evidence that the vaccination is killing people?

    Florida, for example, has roughly 200,000 deaths ever year, so that is 550 deaths per day in a good year, or about 1% of the population.

    One thing that interests me is that in the early days of the epidemic it seemed that there was some linkage with ski resorts both in the Alps in Europe and in the Rocky Mountains in Colorado in North America, and I wondered if the virus thrives particularly well where there are humans at altitude. That could explain why Andean nations seem to have been badly hit.

    The other great mystery about COVID-19 is simply the question as to whether it is really true that there are people who have no symptoms at all themselves, but spread the disease to other people. If this is really true, then it seems that the disease is almost unbeatable.

    Another hypothesis that I think is likely is that just as with AIDS, a more than trivial number of people simply LIE about whether they had symptoms, who they were with, and so on. People may lie because they are scared of losing their jobs, or of losing a boy/girl friend, or for many other reasons that are not necessarily apparent to health care providers and epidemiologists.

    To me it would be amazing if no one ever lied, but this is never discussed in popular media.

    Sorry about the double post, I just typed a word and my text disappeared into the blogosphere half finished.

  163. @CCZ
    "Police say sleeping child taken from crib before he was killed, left in Dallas street."

    https://twitter.com/nypost/status/1394298087003377665

    Replies: @new Stalin, @By-tor

    And do notice it was not a white supremacist that murdered Cash, it was a negro. A case of black terrorism! Time to bring back the electric chair’s warm embrace to uplift these primates.

    • Replies: @CCZ
    @new Stalin

    And not once have I seen this in US media:

    "Darriynn Brown, 18, came back at daybreak for Cash Gernon's twin brother two hours after the four-year-old was taken from the same bed and murdered: Suspect got spooked and fled."

    "Darriynn Brown, 18, was captured on surveillance camera footage returning to the same bedroom he had snatched four-year-old Cash Gernon from hours earlier."

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9593001/Video-reveals-moment-Cash-Gernon-snatched-bed-Darriynn-Brown.html

    Replies: @anon

  164. @Art Deco
    @Reg Cæsar

    The author quotes the usual rough estimate that only 2-10% of accusations are false.

    And you took that seriously just why?

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    The author quotes the usual rough estimate that only 2-10% of accusations are false.

    And you took that seriously just why?

    “Anything you say may be used against you in a court of law.” And in the court of public opinion as well.

    If this statistic is accurate (and I’m just assuming so for the sake of argument, with those who spout it), why is it buried whenever the subject of the Clintons comes up?

    Fat pitch? Then swing.

  165. @Art Deco
    @Redman

    Mayor Koch (a lifelong closeted gay)

    He wasn't.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Swamp Fox

    Mayor Koch (a lifelong closeted gay)

    He wasn’t.

    When did he come out?

    He lived in the same (small) building as Larry Kramer, who told his dog, “That’s the man who’s killing our friends!” I’m sure some Schwuchtel once said the same to his Püdelchen about schönen Adolf.

    • Replies: @Art Deco
    @Reg Cæsar

    He lived in the same (small) building as Larry Kramer,

    The Podhoretz family were neighbors of Madeleine L'Engle. She was right across the hall and the two households were friendly. Ergo, Midge Decter's a mystical liberal protestant. Do I have that right?

    Koch lived to be nearly 90 years old. He was an exceedingly controversial figure from about 1971 onward. If he could have been exposed, he would have been exposed.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @John Johnson, @Curle

  166. @Art Deco
    @Steve Sailer

    I hear you. I'm recalling, however, an old art teacher from mine, a very engaging woman. She has, in back of her desk a wall hanging with dozens of aphorisms on it. One was 'things said while drunk have been thought out beforehand'.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @ChrisZ, @AceDeuce

    One was ‘things said while drunk have been thought out beforehand’.

  167. @northeast
    @Steve Sailer

    Cosby's wife was the one blaming whites for her son's murder. Cosby's son was murdered by a Russian immigrant.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @David In TN, @James Forrestal

    The Russian immigrant who killed Cosby’s son had hung around a Mexican gang and identified with them. He supposedly said something like “My homies will protect me in prison.”

  168. @Mike Tre
    What about that simulacrum of Floyd though? I mean, could they have made him look any more like a gorilla? He's so ugly it looks like his face was on fire and someone tried to extinguish the flames with an axe handle. And the Mr. Potato-head lips just bring it all together.

    Remember when Time Magazine was lambasted for making OJ's mug shot look darker and more sinister? Why are they making St. George look like he's about to go on a "Out-of-chicken-sandwiches-at-Popeye's" fueled mass shooting spree?

    Replies: @Jonathan Mason, @James J O'Meara, @Anonymous, @Alfa158, @magila, @Harry Baldwin

    Floyd George looks like a cross between Shepard Fairey’s “Obey Giant” and one of those Easter Island heads. I do believe his ugliness is what makes his image iconic.

  169. res says:
    @anon
    @vhrm

    Thanks for that, but it isn't quite what I was asking.

    Replies: @res

    So you still didn’t click through?! Was this what you were asking? From the end of the article.

    PBS NewsHour, NPR and Marist Poll conducted a survey May 4-10 that polled 1,249 U.S. adults (margin of error of 3.3 percentage points) 1,075 registered voters (margin of error of 3.6 percentage points), 737 white Americans (margin of error of 4.3 percentage points, 137 Black Americans (margin of error of 10.1 percentage points) and 187 Latino Americans (margin of error of 8.6 percentage points).

    • Replies: @anon
    @res

    Was this what you were asking?

    No.

    , @anon
    @res

    What I wanted I found on page 12 of this doc.

    http://maristpoll.marist.edu/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/NPR_PBS-NewsHour_Marist-Poll_USA-NOS-and-Tables_202105120816-2.pdf#page=1

    Replies: @res

  170. @Art Deco
    @Steve Sailer

    I hear you. I'm recalling, however, an old art teacher from mine, a very engaging woman. She has, in back of her desk a wall hanging with dozens of aphorisms on it. One was 'things said while drunk have been thought out beforehand'.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @ChrisZ, @AceDeuce

    What you’re noting is true, of course, Art. But a deeper truth may be that people have all sorts of disreputable thoughts — some intentionally considered, others merely automatic — that will emerge from hiding in moments of inebriation or great stress. And the ability to keep those thoughts out of public display most of the time is one of the hallmarks of civilization.

    I believe that a fundamental difference between sane eras of the past and our current mad one is the following: in the past, the true character of a man was judged to be his ability to suppress (even master) his worst thoughts and impulses, and present a rational face to the world. Today, by bitter contrast, the truth about a man is judged to be revealed in those low impulses, no matter how rarely exposed to the world. The power of self mastery, which was formerly regarded as the highest of the moral virtues, is now seen as merely a mask of hypocrisy.

    My sense is that the irrational enthusiasms of today are rooted in, or at least facilitated by, this overturning of the classical idea of character.

  171. @res
    @anon

    So you still didn't click through?! Was this what you were asking? From the end of the article.


    PBS NewsHour, NPR and Marist Poll conducted a survey May 4-10 that polled 1,249 U.S. adults (margin of error of 3.3 percentage points) 1,075 registered voters (margin of error of 3.6 percentage points), 737 white Americans (margin of error of 4.3 percentage points, 137 Black Americans (margin of error of 10.1 percentage points) and 187 Latino Americans (margin of error of 8.6 percentage points).
     

    Replies: @anon, @anon

    Was this what you were asking?

    No.

  172. @res
    @anon

    So you still didn't click through?! Was this what you were asking? From the end of the article.


    PBS NewsHour, NPR and Marist Poll conducted a survey May 4-10 that polled 1,249 U.S. adults (margin of error of 3.3 percentage points) 1,075 registered voters (margin of error of 3.6 percentage points), 737 white Americans (margin of error of 4.3 percentage points, 137 Black Americans (margin of error of 10.1 percentage points) and 187 Latino Americans (margin of error of 8.6 percentage points).
     

    Replies: @anon, @anon

    • Replies: @res
    @anon

    OK. Thanks. In the future if you use the phrase "racial crosstabs" there is a better chance you will get what you want. How exactly is what you wanted different from what vhrm gave you? It seems like he gave you most of what you wanted.

    The odd thing is that his "65% of white Americans disagree" does not match what your link says (there I see 54%).

    Thanks again. The other crosstabs are a good addition to the conversation.

    P.S. Here is a direct link to the page for the really lazy ; )
    http://maristpoll.marist.edu/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/NPR_PBS-NewsHour_Marist-Poll_USA-NOS-and-Tables_202105120816-2.pdf#page=14

    Replies: @anon

  173. @J1234
    @Steve Sailer

    My wife and I had a similar experience (in some respects) a couple of years ago at a Tim Allen standup concert. We were expecting a Last Man Standing level of quality, but got amateur night at the local comedy club instead. Worse than the language, he just isn't very good at being funny in that context. He apparently thinks that stating his moderate center right political opinions in a brash way qualifies as comedy. It was surprising that someone so funny in sitcoms could be so inept at standup (the opposite of Cosby.)

    Replies: @Stan D Mute, @bomag, @Reg Cæsar, @The Last Real Calvinist

    It was surprising that someone so funny in sitcoms could be so inept at standup (the opposite of Cosby.)

    A fellow commenter pointed out here once that women were generally bad at stand-up, but quite often made great comic actresses.

    There are branches of comedy. I suck at all but one, ad-libbing*, so it was a shock to hear from George Carlin that that was his own personal weakness. But ten, there were probably thousands, even tens of thousands, of former high school, college, and minor league players in America who could hit better than Sandy Koufax, Nolan Ryan, or Jerry Koosman.

    *Thanks for all the LOLs, guys. Sorry I can’t return them, but do enjoy your humor as well. Keep it up.

  174. @3g4me
    @JohnnyWalker123

    @76 JohnnyWalker123: How quaint to be strawmanned as a civnat boomer by a larper 'murrican. Find me one of my comments, here or anywhere else, where I advocate 'fighting terrrorism' or getting involved anywhere outside of this continent. My routine take on the Middle East is that I hope they all kill each other off. The only people who need to be 'fought' are the immivaders who must be forcibly repatriated. Interesting and elucidating that you find that so very uncomfortable that you need to deflect.

    Replies: @adreadline, @Whitey Whiteman III, @JohnnyWalker123

    Find me one of my comments, here or anywhere else, where I advocate ‘fighting terrrorism’ or getting involved anywhere outside of this continent.

    Not getting involved outside of the Americas is not enough, if that is what you mean. Since the early 20th century the United States insists on meddling in my country. I’m fine with being thought of as a cannibal savage by the Americans, for all I know it might be true. Not so much with having them interfere in our affairs on a permanent basis. We do not even share a border.

    I suggest “America” mind more her own issues, which are currently many, and stay the hell out of here, just as we would do well staying the hell out of there, something I do myself at the personal, physical level by not considering ever moving to the US and possibly not even visiting there, which I have indeed not done so far, never having attempted to get any sort of American visa, and while not ruling it out for strict sightseeing purposes, as I’ve done with other developed countries without thinking of overstaying my intrusion, do not see happening any soon in the Age of Corona.

    Note that I do not deny your assertion. Fact is, as much as you despise his civnat positions, Sailer’s words (and the late Breitbart’s, and whoever else might have stated it) about that issue is right: the US has been adopting Invade the World, Invite the World for decades now, and it is showing.

  175. @3g4me
    @JohnnyWalker123

    @76 JohnnyWalker123: How quaint to be strawmanned as a civnat boomer by a larper 'murrican. Find me one of my comments, here or anywhere else, where I advocate 'fighting terrrorism' or getting involved anywhere outside of this continent. My routine take on the Middle East is that I hope they all kill each other off. The only people who need to be 'fought' are the immivaders who must be forcibly repatriated. Interesting and elucidating that you find that so very uncomfortable that you need to deflect.

    Replies: @adreadline, @Whitey Whiteman III, @JohnnyWalker123

    Need a JohhnyWalker vs Whisky incelebrity boxing match.

    • LOL: William Badwhite
  176. @Anon
    OT:

    Bye-bye Broadway: A grim prognosis for New York’s theaters

    By Alexander Nussbaum
    May 18, 202

    New York City Broadway theaters closed on March 12, 2020. The closure was supposed to be for just one month. Fourteen months later, the theaters are still closed. But now Governor Cuomo has announced New York’s theaters are cleared for reopening, starting September 14. No less than 23 plays are scheduled to open between September and November...

    Broadway’s 41 theaters range in capacity from 600 to just under 2,000, but more than 30 seat more than 1,000. A play has to be at close to 100% audience capacity to be economically viable. Taking out seats would require drastically raising already pre-Wuhan Virus sky high prices. Cuomo has hinted all theater patrons will require proof of vaccination...

    On January 13, 2020, just one month before the Wuhan virus closed Broadway, The Broadway League released its annual demographic report for the 2018-2019 season. Not knowing of the debacle that was only four weeks away, the report had a glowing tone, "This is a thrilling time for Broadway and our audiences…It’s so exciting to see younger and more diverse audiences filling our theaters.… In the 2018-2019 season, Broadway shows welcomed 14.8 million admissions, an all-time high.”

    But when you get down to examining the details of the demographics, it paints a bleak future for a post-Wuhan virus theater.

    The report bragged that “Along with the overall growth in attendance, the number of admissions by non-Caucasian theatre goers reached a record high of 3.8 million.” But that means just over 74% of theater goers were Caucasians. The theater thus depends on toxic whites.

    The average age of attendees was 42.3 years old, about a year older than during the previous season. The theater depends on older patrons. Furthermore, most theatergoers reported going to the theater as children, and 41% of adults had a graduate degree. Theater depends on those whose cultural heritage was passing on love of theater.

    The report’s own numbers put lie to its assessment that theater goers were getting younger and more diverse. Because of record admissions in 2018-2109, the number who were non-white and young rose too, but not the percentages.

    The average annual household income of the Broadway theatre goers was a stunning $261,000, well up from the previous year’s average of $222,120. The average ticket price for the 2018-19 season was a hefty $145.60. The theater depends on those whose wealth needs to be redistributed...

    https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2021/05/byebye_broadway_a_grim_prognosis_for_new_yorks_theaters.html
     

    Replies: @Buffalo Joe, @photondancer, @Jim Christian

    I used to go to the theatre a lot here in Sydney and it holds here too. Theatre goers are overwhelmingly middle aged and affluent (whereas symphony and opera goers are overwhelmingly geriatric and affluent). I’ve noticed an increase in woke plots for theatrical productions, indicating the owners/playwrights are trying to reach a younger audience. We’ll see if it works; my guess is it won’t.

    Meanwhile Hamilton is running for months and months. It’s very depressing. Aussies used to pride themselves on resisting American culture but that’s all gone now.

  177. @JohnnyWalker123
    @Art Deco

    America was 90% White in 1960. Now that number is 60%. As far as I can tell, Whites are facing large-scale race replacement in the U.S. The same pattern is being repeated in the rest of the Anglo-Eurosphere. Birth rates are low, while migration rates are very high. Within a century, it'll be "game over" for people of European origin. In addition to all that, Anglo-Euro Christian culture is being dissolved away by Wokeism and Secularism.

    Meanwhile, Israel is a secure and prosperous Jewish ethnostate, being propped up by trillions in US aid and the support of the U.S. military. Israel only takes Jewish migrants, while also using pro-natalist policies to encourage Jewish women to have large families. Israel has a strong Jewish ethnic identity.

    Read this.

    https://www.wrmea.org/003-june/the-costs-to-american-taxpayers-of-the-israeli-palestinian-conflict-$3-trillion.html


    Support for Israel comes to $1.8 trillion, including special trade advantages, preferential contracts, or aid buried in other accounts.

     

    Also, this. Read the bolded parts. It's like 9/11 was perpetrated by Israel, to force us into foreign wars against their enemies in the Middle East.

    https://www.unz.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/Ron_Unz_American_Pravda_9_11_Conspiracy_Theories.pdf

    During 2000 and most of 2001, America was a peaceful prosperous country, but a certain small Middle Eastern nation had found itself in an increasingly desperate situation. Israel then seemed to be fighting for its life against the massive waves of domestic terrorism that constituted the Second Palestinian Intifada.

    Ariel Sharon was widely believed to have deliberately provoked that uprising in September 2000 by
    marching to the Temple Mount backed by a thousand armed police, and the resulting violence and
    polarization of Israeli society had successfully installed him as Prime Minister in early 2001. But once in office, his brutal measures failed to end the wave of continuing attacks, which increasingly took the form of suicide-bombings against civilian targets. Many believed that the violence might soon trigger a huge outflow of Israeli citizens, perhaps producing a death-spiral for the Jewish state. Iraq, Iran, Libya, and other major Muslim powers were supporting the Palestinians with money, rhetoric, and sometimes weaponry, and Israeli society seemed close to crumbling. I remember hearing from some of my DC friends that numerous Israeli policy experts were suddenly seeking berths at Neocon thinktanks so that they could relocate to America.

    Sharon was a notoriously bloody and reckless leader, with a long history of undertaking strategic
    gambles of astonishing boldness, sometimes betting everything on a single roll of the dice. He had
    spent decades seeking the Prime Ministership, but having finally obtained it, he now had his back to
    the wall, with no obvious source of rescue in sight.

    The 9/11 attacks changed everything. Suddenly the world’s sole superpower was fully mobilized against Arab and Muslim terrorist movements, especially those connected with the Middle East. Sharon’s close Neocon political allies in America used the unexpected crisis as an opportunity to seize control of America’s foreign policy and national security apparatus, with an NSA staffer later reporting that Israeli generals freely roamed the halls of the Pentagon without any security controls.

    Meanwhile, the excuse of preventing domestic terrorism was used to implement newly centralized American police controls that were employed to harass or even shut down various anti-Zionist political organizations.

    One of the Israeli Mossad agents arrested by the police in New York City as he and his fellows were
    celebrating the 9/11 attacks and producing a souvenir film of the burning World Trade Center towers told the officers that “We are Israelis…Your problems are our problems.” And so it immediately became.

     

    Now we have a US govt that's determined to eradicate "White Supremacy" in the U.S., while also standing with Israel against the Palestinians.

    Explain that.

    The only explanation is that America is ruled by Jewish elites, while Anglo-Gentiles have been shoved aside (or turned into puppets).

    Replies: @photondancer

    I often see it posited on this site that the coming takeover of the USA by Hispanics and Indians will see an end to the adulation of blacks, since those groups don’t care about blacks. What I haven’t seen is anyone posit what effect that would have on the USA’s lavish support of Israel. I don’t see either of those groups caring about Israel, yet your post assumes they will continue to fork out the $$$.

  178. @Steve Sailer
    @northeast

    Her son was murdered. I'm not going to blame her for intemperate words in response.

    Replies: @Art Deco, @Nico

    Has she ever once expressed the slightest bit of remorse for her Hate Speech of Passion? Because otherwise she really should get all the consideration that a bereaved white mother would get if the shoe were on the other foot (which it is, many times every year).

  179. @161 adreadline: Sperg on, sperg on. Anything to afford you an opportunity to sermonize. Good to hear you’re staying home – now practice staying on your own side of the web.

  180. @3g4me
    @JohnnyWalker123

    @76 JohnnyWalker123: How quaint to be strawmanned as a civnat boomer by a larper 'murrican. Find me one of my comments, here or anywhere else, where I advocate 'fighting terrrorism' or getting involved anywhere outside of this continent. My routine take on the Middle East is that I hope they all kill each other off. The only people who need to be 'fought' are the immivaders who must be forcibly repatriated. Interesting and elucidating that you find that so very uncomfortable that you need to deflect.

    Replies: @adreadline, @Whitey Whiteman III, @JohnnyWalker123

    Didn’t you claim that you encouraged your son to join the US military?

  181. @bomag
    @JohnnyWalker123


    The US “War on Terror” Has Created at Least 37 Million Refugees

     

    I don't want to defend US policy here, but counting refugees and the reasons for such is a racket.

    Whatever Whites have had to face in America is trivial relative to the carnage that the US has inflicted in the devastated Muslim homelands.
     
    Iraq's population has more than doubled since we mucked around in the place, adding towards 30 million people. Kind of wish US Whites could suffer such carnage.

    Replies: @JohnnyWalker123, @John Johnson

    You’d want America’s population to double? 660 million Americans?

    Population increases are often quite rapid in the aftermath of a conflict, due to various reasons. For example, the South grew rapidly during the 1860s and 1870s. Yet for some “odd” reason, Southerners are still mad about all that.

    Ireland’s population (including immigrants overseas) has grown rapidly over the centuries, but they still nurse a grudge against the British.

    • Replies: @YetAnotherAnon
    @JohnnyWalker123

    "Ireland’s population (including immigrants overseas) has grown rapidly over the centuries, but they still nurse a grudge against the British."

    I hate to find myself on the same side as Bragadocious, but the Famine and the subsequent mass emigration was a huge hit on the population. Even today, with an Irish boom, you can still see the odd roofless house in the middle of a small town, and thirty five years ago they were common in the South.


    The population of Ireland in 2016 was approximately 6.6 million (4.75 million[1] in the Republic of Ireland and 1.85 million[2] in Northern Ireland). Although this is a significant growth over recent years, it is still well below the record high of the early 1840s.

    Between 1700 and 1840, Ireland experienced rapid population growth, rising from less than three million in 1700 to over eight million by 1841.[3] In 1851, as the Great Famine was ending, the population of Ireland had dropped to 6.5 million people. The Famine and the resulting Irish diaspora had a dramatic effect on population; by 1891, Ireland's population had slipped under five million and by 1931, it had dropped to just over four million. It stayed around this level until the 1960s, when the population began to rise again. Predictions are for the population to continue to rise; in 2022, it is predicted to be just over seven million.
     
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irish_population_analysis
  182. @Mike7707
    @anonymous

    Two phycos don’t make a white supremacist around every corner it’s a big country bru

    Replies: @Swamp Fox

    My phyco score went up 14 points with Experian Boost.

  183. res says:
    @anon
    @res

    What I wanted I found on page 12 of this doc.

    http://maristpoll.marist.edu/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/NPR_PBS-NewsHour_Marist-Poll_USA-NOS-and-Tables_202105120816-2.pdf#page=1

    Replies: @res

    OK. Thanks. In the future if you use the phrase “racial crosstabs” there is a better chance you will get what you want. How exactly is what you wanted different from what vhrm gave you? It seems like he gave you most of what you wanted.

    The odd thing is that his “65% of white Americans disagree” does not match what your link says (there I see 54%).

    Thanks again. The other crosstabs are a good addition to the conversation.

    P.S. Here is a direct link to the page for the really lazy ; )
    http://maristpoll.marist.edu/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/NPR_PBS-NewsHour_Marist-Poll_USA-NOS-and-Tables_202105120816-2.pdf#page=14

    • Replies: @anon
    @res

    In the future if you use the phrase “racial crosstabs” there is a better chance you will get what you want.

    Perhaps. Perhaps not.

    How exactly is what you wanted different from what vhrm gave you? It seems like he gave you most of what you wanted.

    Did you actually read the page I pointed to? There is greater detail to be found than the little NPR blurb vhrm pointed to. Specifically on the "most lethal terrorist threat" there is a breakdown of replies by "white", "black" and "latino". NPR decided to omit some data in their little story, this is typical of that organization.

    Replies: @res

  184. @Reg Cæsar
    @Art Deco



    Mayor Koch (a lifelong closeted gay)

     

    He wasn’t.
     
    When did he come out?

    He lived in the same (small) building as Larry Kramer, who told his dog, "That's the man who's killing our friends!" I'm sure some Schwuchtel once said the same to his Püdelchen about schönen Adolf.

    Replies: @Art Deco

    He lived in the same (small) building as Larry Kramer,

    The Podhoretz family were neighbors of Madeleine L’Engle. She was right across the hall and the two households were friendly. Ergo, Midge Decter’s a mystical liberal protestant. Do I have that right?

    Koch lived to be nearly 90 years old. He was an exceedingly controversial figure from about 1971 onward. If he could have been exposed, he would have been exposed.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Art Deco


    Koch lived to be nearly 90 years old. He was an exceedingly controversial figure from about 1971 onward. If he could have been exposed, he would have been exposed.
     
    Perhaps he was inactive, like Kenneth Williams, Richard Simmons and Tim Gunn. In that case, it's nobody's knowledge, let alone his business.

    The Podhoretz family were neighbors of Madeleine L’Engle. She was right across the hall and the two households were friendly. Ergo, Midge Decter’s a mystical liberal protestant. Do I have that right?

     

    Did Midge's dad get his hair cut by Charles M Schulz's father? And did Charles get his baseball equipment from Midge's family? They lived a few blocks apart, and were about five years apart in age.

    Public records can only go so far. Schulz's family spent a single year in Minneapolis, but that's where he is recorded as having been born. (Where a hospital stands now.) They spent another year in Needles, California. That happened to be the census year of 1930.

    Replies: @Art Deco

    , @John Johnson
    @Art Deco

    Koch lived to be nearly 90 years old. He was an exceedingly controversial figure from about 1971 onward. If he could have been exposed, he would have been exposed.

    There are gays that don't want to be gay or basically remain celibate.

    I don't buy for one second that a straight man can become mayor of New York and not meet a woman worth marrying that entire time.

    Just not buying it at all.

    Most likely gay.

    Also not buying the current mayor. Yes I am aware that he married a plain looking Black woman and had kids with her. She also swore she was a born lesbian before meeting him.

    Replies: @Dissident

    , @Curle
    @Art Deco

    “ If he could have been exposed, he would have been exposed.”

    In the manner of Jeffrey Epstein’s exposure as an Israeli spy?

  185. @Anon
    OT:

    Bye-bye Broadway: A grim prognosis for New York’s theaters

    By Alexander Nussbaum
    May 18, 202

    New York City Broadway theaters closed on March 12, 2020. The closure was supposed to be for just one month. Fourteen months later, the theaters are still closed. But now Governor Cuomo has announced New York’s theaters are cleared for reopening, starting September 14. No less than 23 plays are scheduled to open between September and November...

    Broadway’s 41 theaters range in capacity from 600 to just under 2,000, but more than 30 seat more than 1,000. A play has to be at close to 100% audience capacity to be economically viable. Taking out seats would require drastically raising already pre-Wuhan Virus sky high prices. Cuomo has hinted all theater patrons will require proof of vaccination...

    On January 13, 2020, just one month before the Wuhan virus closed Broadway, The Broadway League released its annual demographic report for the 2018-2019 season. Not knowing of the debacle that was only four weeks away, the report had a glowing tone, "This is a thrilling time for Broadway and our audiences…It’s so exciting to see younger and more diverse audiences filling our theaters.… In the 2018-2019 season, Broadway shows welcomed 14.8 million admissions, an all-time high.”

    But when you get down to examining the details of the demographics, it paints a bleak future for a post-Wuhan virus theater.

    The report bragged that “Along with the overall growth in attendance, the number of admissions by non-Caucasian theatre goers reached a record high of 3.8 million.” But that means just over 74% of theater goers were Caucasians. The theater thus depends on toxic whites.

    The average age of attendees was 42.3 years old, about a year older than during the previous season. The theater depends on older patrons. Furthermore, most theatergoers reported going to the theater as children, and 41% of adults had a graduate degree. Theater depends on those whose cultural heritage was passing on love of theater.

    The report’s own numbers put lie to its assessment that theater goers were getting younger and more diverse. Because of record admissions in 2018-2109, the number who were non-white and young rose too, but not the percentages.

    The average annual household income of the Broadway theatre goers was a stunning $261,000, well up from the previous year’s average of $222,120. The average ticket price for the 2018-19 season was a hefty $145.60. The theater depends on those whose wealth needs to be redistributed...

    https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2021/05/byebye_broadway_a_grim_prognosis_for_new_yorks_theaters.html
     

    Replies: @Buffalo Joe, @photondancer, @Jim Christian

    All attendees in this scenario are jewish and so do not count in your calculations because you don’t mention the truth of the matter.

  186. @Corvinus
    @Art Deco

    “Co-existence would be no trouble and is practiced as a matter of course. The problem is that co-existence is not what the enemy wants. They’re going out of their way to make it impossible.“

    Assuming that to be true. Pray tell, who is this “enemy”—Jews, assorted mystery meats, the Deep State, corprocrats? All of the above?

    Replies: @The Anti-Gnostic, @Art Deco, @TWS

    Andrea Weiskopf is the enemy. Judge Peter Cahill is the enemy. George Soros is the enemy. School administrators are the enemy (unless they’re in support-staff positions), higher ed administrators are the enemy (bar those who work in finance and physical plant); a great many teachers are the enemy (especially those employed on law faculties, on teacher-training faculties, in social work programs, and in certain departments of the arts and sciences faculty e.g. sociology, anthropology, American history), the media is the enemy.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
    @Art Deco

    So basically anyone whom you personally disagree with politically and ideologically you find to be your "enemy". Essentially, tens of millions of people, especially whites. How quaint.

  187. anon[362] • Disclaimer says:
    @res
    @anon

    OK. Thanks. In the future if you use the phrase "racial crosstabs" there is a better chance you will get what you want. How exactly is what you wanted different from what vhrm gave you? It seems like he gave you most of what you wanted.

    The odd thing is that his "65% of white Americans disagree" does not match what your link says (there I see 54%).

    Thanks again. The other crosstabs are a good addition to the conversation.

    P.S. Here is a direct link to the page for the really lazy ; )
    http://maristpoll.marist.edu/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/NPR_PBS-NewsHour_Marist-Poll_USA-NOS-and-Tables_202105120816-2.pdf#page=14

    Replies: @anon

    In the future if you use the phrase “racial crosstabs” there is a better chance you will get what you want.

    Perhaps. Perhaps not.

    How exactly is what you wanted different from what vhrm gave you? It seems like he gave you most of what you wanted.

    Did you actually read the page I pointed to? There is greater detail to be found than the little NPR blurb vhrm pointed to. Specifically on the “most lethal terrorist threat” there is a breakdown of replies by “white”, “black” and “latino”. NPR decided to omit some data in their little story, this is typical of that organization.

    • Replies: @res
    @anon


    Perhaps. Perhaps not.
     
    Thanks for that bit of profundity. Since I have seen how you respond to honest attempts to be helpful I will adjust my approach.

    Did you actually read the page I pointed to?
     
    Yes. Which should have been obvious since I quoted a number from it which differed from vhrm's. You aren't very good at this reading comprehension thing.

    There is greater detail to be found than the little NPR blurb vhrm pointed to. Specifically on the “most lethal terrorist threat” there is a breakdown of replies by “white”, “black” and “latino”.
     
    So vhrm gave you two of three (white and black, but not Latino). You are familiar with the meaning of the word "most," right?

    I'm being snarky because I am sick of people who ask others to do work for them and then complain when it is not EXACTLY what they wanted. Especially when the original request is vague. And even more so when the initial exchange based on the vague request does not include clarification of what is wanted.

    To your credit, you at least went and found the information yourself and linked it here. Thanks for that.

  188. @Charon
    @Desiderius

    Taking bets on whether or not the unnamed "subscriber" is fictional. The one predicting a complete takeover of the United States government by white supremacists "in the very near future." But never mind, because Jay Rosen says it's his thought as well.

    Yes, this is the insanity being purveyed 24/7/365 by our MSM. And this is what many (if not most) people believe. As a result.

    Replies: @Joseph Doaks

    “Yes, this is the insanity being purveyed 24/7/365 by our MSM. And this is what many (if not most) people believe.”

    Unfortunately, a substantial proportion of the population believes whatever BS the MSM peddles, and votes accordingly. If you know any such folks and tell them they’re wrong, they claim that you are the one who is brainwashed. I don’t see any solution to this problem.

    • Replies: @anon
    @Joseph Doaks

    Unfortunately, a substantial proportion of the population believes whatever BS the MSM peddles, and votes lives accordingly.

    FIFY.

    , @Corvinus
    @Joseph Doaks

    "Unfortunately, a substantial proportion of the population believes whatever BS the MSM peddles, and votes accordingly"

    I get it. Taking this intellectually sterile position makes your life so much easier. Here is the advice of Ron Unz…

    I apply the same historical methods I did in my academic journal articles back in the 1980's. You analyze the likely reliability of the raw information presented, look for confirming or refuting evidence, and then draw your own plausible conclusions…On a more serious note, many of my articles very heavily cite various MSM sources, so why would I do that if I believed they were always lying?”

  189. @Art Deco
    @Reg Cæsar

    The killer was a Ukrainian Jew,

    He was from the Ukraine. The Jewish population of the Ukraine the year he was born was about 1.3% of the total.

    Replies: @peterike

    The Jewish population of the Ukraine the year he was born was about 1.3% of the total.

    And yet, Jews own everything worth owning in Ukraine. You don’t need a lot of any group to run the show if that group is in the right places.

    • Agree: Polistra
    • Thanks: Angharad
    • Replies: @Dissident
    @peterike

    Reg Cæsar asserted:


    The killer [of Bill Cosby's son] was a Ukrainian Jew,
     
    Art Deco rejoined:

    The Jewish population of the Ukraine the year he was born was about 1.3% of the total.
     
    peterike:

    And yet, Jews own everything worth owning in Ukraine. You don’t need a lot of any group to run the show if that group is in the right places.
     
    Wasn't the question whether the Ukrainian immigrant who killed Bill Cosby's son was Jewish or not? (And not, as your response would suggest, how powerful Jews are in Ukraine, or how much they own there.)

    I realize it can be difficult not to veer off when the topic that converges with one's particular Magic Key comes-up, but surely you can do better than this.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer

  190. @Art Deco
    @Reg Cæsar

    He lived in the same (small) building as Larry Kramer,

    The Podhoretz family were neighbors of Madeleine L'Engle. She was right across the hall and the two households were friendly. Ergo, Midge Decter's a mystical liberal protestant. Do I have that right?

    Koch lived to be nearly 90 years old. He was an exceedingly controversial figure from about 1971 onward. If he could have been exposed, he would have been exposed.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @John Johnson, @Curle

    Koch lived to be nearly 90 years old. He was an exceedingly controversial figure from about 1971 onward. If he could have been exposed, he would have been exposed.

    Perhaps he was inactive, like Kenneth Williams, Richard Simmons and Tim Gunn. In that case, it’s nobody’s knowledge, let alone his business.

    The Podhoretz family were neighbors of Madeleine L’Engle. She was right across the hall and the two households were friendly. Ergo, Midge Decter’s a mystical liberal protestant. Do I have that right?

    Did Midge’s dad get his hair cut by Charles M Schulz’s father? And did Charles get his baseball equipment from Midge’s family? They lived a few blocks apart, and were about five years apart in age.

    Public records can only go so far. Schulz’s family spent a single year in Minneapolis, but that’s where he is recorded as having been born. (Where a hospital stands now.) They spent another year in Needles, California. That happened to be the census year of 1930.

    • Replies: @Art Deco
    @Reg Cæsar

    Did Midge’s dad get his hair cut by Charles M Schulz’s father?

    Thanks for the chaff in my face. So educational. (While we're at it, John Podhoretz has written about his family's dealings with Madelaine L'Engle. You're not going to discover than in the 1940 Census returns.


    Perhaps he was inactive,

    Inactively what?



    like Richard Simmons

    Simmons is an effeminate goofball who (by his own account) has no personal friends. That doesn't describe Koch at all.

  191. @Joseph Doaks
    @Charon

    "Yes, this is the insanity being purveyed 24/7/365 by our MSM. And this is what many (if not most) people believe."

    Unfortunately, a substantial proportion of the population believes whatever BS the MSM peddles, and votes accordingly. If you know any such folks and tell them they're wrong, they claim that you are the one who is brainwashed. I don't see any solution to this problem.

    Replies: @anon, @Corvinus

    Unfortunately, a substantial proportion of the population believes whatever BS the MSM peddles, and votes lives accordingly.

    FIFY.

  192. @Reg Cæsar
    @Art Deco


    Koch lived to be nearly 90 years old. He was an exceedingly controversial figure from about 1971 onward. If he could have been exposed, he would have been exposed.
     
    Perhaps he was inactive, like Kenneth Williams, Richard Simmons and Tim Gunn. In that case, it's nobody's knowledge, let alone his business.

    The Podhoretz family were neighbors of Madeleine L’Engle. She was right across the hall and the two households were friendly. Ergo, Midge Decter’s a mystical liberal protestant. Do I have that right?

     

    Did Midge's dad get his hair cut by Charles M Schulz's father? And did Charles get his baseball equipment from Midge's family? They lived a few blocks apart, and were about five years apart in age.

    Public records can only go so far. Schulz's family spent a single year in Minneapolis, but that's where he is recorded as having been born. (Where a hospital stands now.) They spent another year in Needles, California. That happened to be the census year of 1930.

    Replies: @Art Deco

    Did Midge’s dad get his hair cut by Charles M Schulz’s father?

    Thanks for the chaff in my face. So educational. (While we’re at it, John Podhoretz has written about his family’s dealings with Madelaine L’Engle. You’re not going to discover than in the 1940 Census returns.

    Perhaps he was inactive,

    Inactively what?

    like Richard Simmons

    Simmons is an effeminate goofball who (by his own account) has no personal friends. That doesn’t describe Koch at all.

  193. @JohnnyWalker123
    @bomag

    You'd want America's population to double? 660 million Americans?

    Population increases are often quite rapid in the aftermath of a conflict, due to various reasons. For example, the South grew rapidly during the 1860s and 1870s. Yet for some "odd" reason, Southerners are still mad about all that.

    Ireland's population (including immigrants overseas) has grown rapidly over the centuries, but they still nurse a grudge against the British.

    Replies: @YetAnotherAnon

    “Ireland’s population (including immigrants overseas) has grown rapidly over the centuries, but they still nurse a grudge against the British.”

    I hate to find myself on the same side as Bragadocious, but the Famine and the subsequent mass emigration was a huge hit on the population. Even today, with an Irish boom, you can still see the odd roofless house in the middle of a small town, and thirty five years ago they were common in the South.

    The population of Ireland in 2016 was approximately 6.6 million (4.75 million[1] in the Republic of Ireland and 1.85 million[2] in Northern Ireland). Although this is a significant growth over recent years, it is still well below the record high of the early 1840s.

    Between 1700 and 1840, Ireland experienced rapid population growth, rising from less than three million in 1700 to over eight million by 1841.[3] In 1851, as the Great Famine was ending, the population of Ireland had dropped to 6.5 million people. The Famine and the resulting Irish diaspora had a dramatic effect on population; by 1891, Ireland’s population had slipped under five million and by 1931, it had dropped to just over four million. It stayed around this level until the 1960s, when the population began to rise again. Predictions are for the population to continue to rise; in 2022, it is predicted to be just over seven million.

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

  194. @Art Deco
    @Corvinus

    Andrea Weiskopf is the enemy. Judge Peter Cahill is the enemy. George Soros is the enemy. School administrators are the enemy (unless they're in support-staff positions), higher ed administrators are the enemy (bar those who work in finance and physical plant); a great many teachers are the enemy (especially those employed on law faculties, on teacher-training faculties, in social work programs, and in certain departments of the arts and sciences faculty e.g. sociology, anthropology, American history), the media is the enemy.

    Replies: @Corvinus

    So basically anyone whom you personally disagree with politically and ideologically you find to be your “enemy”. Essentially, tens of millions of people, especially whites. How quaint.

  195. @Joseph Doaks
    @Charon

    "Yes, this is the insanity being purveyed 24/7/365 by our MSM. And this is what many (if not most) people believe."

    Unfortunately, a substantial proportion of the population believes whatever BS the MSM peddles, and votes accordingly. If you know any such folks and tell them they're wrong, they claim that you are the one who is brainwashed. I don't see any solution to this problem.

    Replies: @anon, @Corvinus

    “Unfortunately, a substantial proportion of the population believes whatever BS the MSM peddles, and votes accordingly”

    I get it. Taking this intellectually sterile position makes your life so much easier. Here is the advice of Ron Unz…

    I apply the same historical methods I did in my academic journal articles back in the 1980’s. You analyze the likely reliability of the raw information presented, look for confirming or refuting evidence, and then draw your own plausible conclusions…On a more serious note, many of my articles very heavily cite various MSM sources, so why would I do that if I believed they were always lying?”

  196. @CCZ
    "Police say sleeping child taken from crib before he was killed, left in Dallas street."

    https://twitter.com/nypost/status/1394298087003377665

    Replies: @new Stalin, @By-tor

    The article states that 18-year-old Darriynn Brown intended to return to abduct Cash’s twin brother. The Daily Mail published the video of the actual kidnapping:

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9593001/Video-reveals-moment-Cash-Gernon-snatched-bed-Darriynn-Brown.html

  197. @aldasfail770
    @anonymous

    "Do you sympathize with the white supremacist murderers?"


    Yeah sometimes I do. It depends on my mood really.


    You deserve the same answers that I give liberal cat ladies when they meltdown and say "wear your f%cking mask! You don't want to kill people do you?"
    |
    Yes cat lady sometimes I do.

    Replies: @JohnnyWalker123

    Strong second post.

    We’ll know who the feds are by looking at who agrees to this comment.

  198. @Steve Sailer
    @ChrisZ

    As it turned out, AIDS was easier to treat than most experts had expected. I can recall how sad I felt when Magic Johnson made his HIV announcement in 1991. He talked bravely about how his genius doctor David Ho had promised him the latest treatment, but everybody knew at the time he was a dead man talking.

    Now he's still here.

    It was a little like how the vaccine for coronavirus worked out better and faster than anybody except the optimistic Trump expected.

    Replies: @Getaclue, @vhrm, @James Forrestal, @John Johnson, @Rockford Tyson

    Fauci is the J. Edgar Hoover of public health. He’s been head of the NIAID since 1984. The guy’s 80 years old.

    Huh. I always assumed that Fauci was a just a media-appointed COVID commissar — kinda like Bill Gates but with a little more relevant training and experience. But it turns out that he’s officially the Chief Medical Adviser to the President — a position created in February 2019 under Trump, and initially filled by a guy who was the president’s personal physician under Obama and Trump. No explanation as to why it was created, and it looks as if the original appointee was an entirely clinical guy, with no public health/ epidemiology background.

    Remember Trump’s Surgeon General, <a title=”"https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jerome_Adamshttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jerome_AdamsJerome Adams? He was the initial public face* of the CDC’s initial “Masks FORBIDDEN!” doctrine, and then kinda got hung out to dry with the CDC’s shift to the “Masks MANDATORY!” line [later updated to “1 mask GOOD, many masks BETTER!” ].

    I always had the impression that Adams was dropped from the COVID-19 narrative largely because he was sacrificed on the altar of the initial anti-mask party line [kinda like “di Blasio” and his over-the-top “Hug a Chinaman” campaign], but this probably didn’t help either:

    https://thehill.com/policy/healthcare/500713-surgeon-general-every-reason-to-expect-coronavirus-clusters-after-protests

    Surgeon general: ‘Every reason to expect’ coronavirus clusters after protests

    Surgeon General Jerome Adams says he’s worried protests around the country over the death of George Floyd could cause a rebound in the coronavirus.

    Rank heresy! Bad doctor!

    *Link is to an archive because that tweet was memory-holed sometime in early January this year — well after masks became good, but before Biden’s inauguration. ?
    This is kind odd — here’s a tweet from Dr. Adams’ on the mask doctrine change from last year — it shows up under the new Surgeon General’s name [some Brahmin]. So all of the tweets for the official account since forever get attributed to the current officeholder, and they just memory-hole the ones they don’t like? That’s kind of a lazy way to run things. For the POTUS account, they archive the old ones, so that the official account shows only the current occupant’s tweets [Trump = @POTUS45, Biden = @POTUS].

  199. @northeast
    @Steve Sailer

    Cosby's wife was the one blaming whites for her son's murder. Cosby's son was murdered by a Russian immigrant.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @David In TN, @James Forrestal

    Cosby’s wife was the one blaming whites for her son’s murder. Cosby’s son was murdered by a Russian immigrant.

    “Ukrainian,” I believe. Any potential connections to the “Russian” mafia? [If you search the background of prominent “Russian” mafia figures in the US, you tend to come across a whole lot of references to the Jackson-Vanik Amendment, for some reason]

  200. @Art Deco
    @Reg Cæsar

    He lived in the same (small) building as Larry Kramer,

    The Podhoretz family were neighbors of Madeleine L'Engle. She was right across the hall and the two households were friendly. Ergo, Midge Decter's a mystical liberal protestant. Do I have that right?

    Koch lived to be nearly 90 years old. He was an exceedingly controversial figure from about 1971 onward. If he could have been exposed, he would have been exposed.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @John Johnson, @Curle

    Koch lived to be nearly 90 years old. He was an exceedingly controversial figure from about 1971 onward. If he could have been exposed, he would have been exposed.

    There are gays that don’t want to be gay or basically remain celibate.

    I don’t buy for one second that a straight man can become mayor of New York and not meet a woman worth marrying that entire time.

    Just not buying it at all.

    Most likely gay.

    Also not buying the current mayor. Yes I am aware that he married a plain looking Black woman and had kids with her. She also swore she was a born lesbian before meeting him.

    • Replies: @Dissident
    @John Johnson

    How relevant are the personal erotic proclivities or even the private sexual behavior of any politician or public officeholder?

    Which, of the following two possibilities in a public officeholder, poses the greater threat to society:
    (A) The man who is exemplary in his personal and private sexual proclivities and behavior but who takes policy positions that favor the normalization and promotion of aberrant, objectively unwholesome behaviors;
    or,
    (B) The inverse of (A); i.e., a man with considerably and substantially less pernicious policy positions (at the very least) but who, in his personal and private sexual conduct, is an incorrigible rake?


    Most likely gay.
     
    Of those who had anything more than the most minimal familiarity with the late Edward I. Koch, few could have doubted that he was Gay. I was a frequent listener to the radio show that the former NYC Mayor hosted daily for some years. I heard him address the matter of his sexuality, in response to it having been posed by a bold caller, a number of times. One could invariably hear, if sufficiently perceptive, a certain coyness on the part of Koch when he would answer the question. He clearly harbored no illusions that he was actually fooling anyone who was not dense or naive.

    I don’t buy for one second that a straight man can become mayor of New York and not meet a woman worth marrying that entire time.
     
    (Responding in general, as I've already addressed Koch) It's not always about that. A man can be entirely heterosexual in his proclivities but simply be too eccentric, neurotic, anti-social, or out-and-out mentally ill to sustain or even begin an intimate relationship with the opposite sex.
  201. @bomag
    @JohnnyWalker123


    The US “War on Terror” Has Created at Least 37 Million Refugees

     

    I don't want to defend US policy here, but counting refugees and the reasons for such is a racket.

    Whatever Whites have had to face in America is trivial relative to the carnage that the US has inflicted in the devastated Muslim homelands.
     
    Iraq's population has more than doubled since we mucked around in the place, adding towards 30 million people. Kind of wish US Whites could suffer such carnage.

    Replies: @JohnnyWalker123, @John Johnson

    Iraq’s population has more than doubled since we mucked around in the place, adding towards 30 million people. Kind of wish US Whites could suffer such carnage.

    Kind of wish Arabs would stop complaining about Whites or at least stop appropriating White technology.

    Everyone forgets that the White devil showed them how to drill oil and sell it to White countries.

    Before oil they were killing each other over water holes and praising Allah while doing it.

    Not an exaggeration, do your own research.

    Oh and slaves. They had mastered the slave trade and were upset that the Western countries wanted to end it.

  202. @Steve Sailer
    @ChrisZ

    As it turned out, AIDS was easier to treat than most experts had expected. I can recall how sad I felt when Magic Johnson made his HIV announcement in 1991. He talked bravely about how his genius doctor David Ho had promised him the latest treatment, but everybody knew at the time he was a dead man talking.

    Now he's still here.

    It was a little like how the vaccine for coronavirus worked out better and faster than anybody except the optimistic Trump expected.

    Replies: @Getaclue, @vhrm, @James Forrestal, @John Johnson, @Rockford Tyson

    As it turned out, AIDS was easier to treat than most experts had expected.

    I don’t think I would describe it as easy given that they spent around half a trillion on research to come up with a 100k a year treatment.

    The annual cost has come down but they still get all kinds of complications from having other STDs or “life style choices” like using meth.

    Would have been easier if gay men and their liberal allies didn’t insist upon bath house orgies as a civil right.

    Guess who gets the bill for all of this? White people.

    Who is blamed in the schools for all the world’s problems? White people.

  203. @Getaclue
    @Steve Sailer

    You think you know? LOL -- With all the lies told about CVirus -- how exactly do we tell the “vaccines” are “working”? The PCR testing was bs -- now admitted by even the CDC -- vastly inflates “cases” and can be manipulated and was never meant to be used as it was deployed on us.

    The ex-VP of Pfizer Research who is extremely knowledgeable, and others, stated that when the vaccines were instituted the actual Pandemic was basically over following the natural history of all such outbreaks -- they end on more or less of a “schedule” as the Winter ends. (In Israel they are seeing population groups untouched by the CVirus Pandemic suddenly infected with it AFTER vaccinations -- some dying -- is that a "victory"?). So what are we seeing in what you claim as "victory" for Trump -- another manipulation of numbers and "facts" that no one can actually validate as being based in reality? Everything is set up so the Experimental Vaccine Program can be called a “success”, do you doubt that? -- regardless of whatever happened -- it was going to be claimed a "victory" and whatever numbers need to be cooked or bs shoveled will be -- that was going to happen given the multi-billions at stake and who is behind the "program". Given what we have seen since this began -- is this claim of "victory" unexpected?

    By changing the PCR testing to stop the massive false positives -- which the CDC has done after the release of the vaccines -- they can manipulate the “cases” way down as we are now seeing -- and then they can point to the vaccines “working”. Basically morbidly obsese people and the elderly accounted for deaths in the vast majority of Cvirus mortalities -- we are now finally being told -- with a recovery rate of over 99.7% there was no reason for rushed experimental vaccines to be rolled out and made to sound like some feel good candy treat for all.

    The propaganda as to these drugs has been on a level that would be comical if it wasn’t being treated as serious in the Mainslime Media and by those suckered in by same. I see where several fatalities of children 16 - 17, who had nearly zero chance of CVirus death (or even grave illness) have been admitted due to the vaccines (who knows how many others occurred a few days later and so were, of course, ruled out as caused by the vaccines?) -- didn’t work out so good for them -- has Trump commented on that? Fauci wants to vaccinate babies, you in for that too?...Trump let that lunatic run wild -- Trump was problematic at best given everything and how it turned out....

    I thought Trump was better than Clinton, not much of a feat to accomplish that -- when he was a businessman in NYC I could never stand him, Playboy loudmouth Howard Stern type dream guest, I always questioned his “change” -- but I don’t think he left any of those who supported him in significantly better shape finally, actually much worse given what is now firmly in control of the USA, and his “mistakes” as to appointing people like Wray etc. makes one really question the issue of controlled opposition as to him. 4D Chess? Some of his actions were downright bizarre -- and what about those Pardons at the end? I don't think Hillary Clinton could have got us where we are today without massive push back -- somehow Trump "blundered" us here?

    I think Trump’s take on the “vaccines” will be looked back on as being about as good as his appointment of Wray as head of the FBI. We will in fact see though -- already we know that the death rates as to these “vaccines” eclipses all of the past vaccines put together yet they are not pulled from the market and in the past they would have been (so something else is obviously at play here) and that is on numbers that rule out all deaths as vaccine related other than the most obvious that must be counted, VAERS catches something like 1%….

    I could place all kinds of links here but I would guess you are well informed enough to know that there are some very credible experts who believe these experimental vaccines -- the mRNA Gene Therapy etc. -- are going to be an unparalleled disaster within the 2 year Experimental Trial window within which all the vaccinated are participating -- whether they know it or not. No need to argue the point though -- we’ll know within a year, probably by late this fall/early Winter when the Cold Season starts again, if this in fact happens i.e. people dropping dead in great numbers -- there will be of course massive lies and propaganda in cover up, "variants" blamed etc., but I expect there will be some postings on UNZ that see thru same….Hopefully nothing like this happens but I wouldn't bet against it....

    Replies: @Jonathan Mason, @Jonathan Mason

    So how come the COVID-19 is so bad in place like Ecuador, Peru, and Brazil which are on the equator, and therefore don’t really have a winter and a summer as in the northern hemisphere, and is there evidence from the southern hemisphere to indicate a pattern of the pandemic spreading more in their winter season?

    I see where several fatalities of children 16 – 17, who had nearly zero chance of CVirus death (or even grave illness) have been admitted due to the vaccines

    I don’t think any country other than the US is yet vaccinating people that young in any numbers. The Pfizer vaccine was only approved for use for 12-15 year olds in the US last week, and the Moderna vaccine for 16-17 year olds was only authorized the by the Food and Drug Administration for use in the US in January.

    I do not know of any reports of fatalities linked to the vaccine, but inevitably the first young persons to get the vaccines are likely to be children who are brain-damaged institutionally managed, or already suffering from serious medical conditions.

    Can you provide some links to reports of adolescents dying from vaccines to show what fatalities you are talking about and who has done the “admitting”?

    Basically morbidly obsese people and the elderly accounted for deaths in the vast majority of Cvirus mortalities

    I think this is basically true, and media reports may have been misleading and in some cases unwilling to provide accurate reporting or to ask the right questions.

    I think this is probably because they are basically scared of saying the wrong thing and unwilling to contradict doctors and medical authorities. I agree that in the case of the AIDS epidemic, the public was given a lot of wrong impressions of how the virus was spread.

    We know that the death rates as to these “vaccines” eclipses all of the past vaccines put together

    Again, can you provide your source for this information? When you are vaccinating vast numbers of people, like more than 50% of the population, including all the oldest people, obviously lots of people who have been vaccinated are going to die, just like thousands of people die every day when there is no pandemic, but what is the evidence that the vaccination is killing people?

    Florida, for example, has roughly 200,000 deaths ever year, so that is 550 deaths per day in a good year, or about 1% of the population.

    One thing that interests me is that in the early days of the epidemic it seemed that there was some linkage with ski resorts both in the Alps in Europe and in the Rocky Mountains in Colorado in North America, and I wondered if the virus thrives particularly well where there are humans at altitude. That could explain why Andean nations seem to have been badly hit.

    The other great mystery about COVID-19 is simply the question as to whether it is really true that there are people who have no symptoms at all themselves, but spread the disease to other people. If this is really true, then it seems that the disease is almost unbeatable.

    Another hypothesis is that just as with AIDS, a more than trivial number of people simply LIE about whether they had symptoms, who they were with, and so on. People may lie because they are scared of losing their jobs, or of losing a boy/girl friend, or for many other reasons that are not apparent to health care providers and epidemiologists. To me it would be amazing if no one ever lied, but this is never discussed in popular media.

  204. @Getaclue
    @Steve Sailer

    You think you know? LOL -- With all the lies told about CVirus -- how exactly do we tell the “vaccines” are “working”? The PCR testing was bs -- now admitted by even the CDC -- vastly inflates “cases” and can be manipulated and was never meant to be used as it was deployed on us.

    The ex-VP of Pfizer Research who is extremely knowledgeable, and others, stated that when the vaccines were instituted the actual Pandemic was basically over following the natural history of all such outbreaks -- they end on more or less of a “schedule” as the Winter ends. (In Israel they are seeing population groups untouched by the CVirus Pandemic suddenly infected with it AFTER vaccinations -- some dying -- is that a "victory"?). So what are we seeing in what you claim as "victory" for Trump -- another manipulation of numbers and "facts" that no one can actually validate as being based in reality? Everything is set up so the Experimental Vaccine Program can be called a “success”, do you doubt that? -- regardless of whatever happened -- it was going to be claimed a "victory" and whatever numbers need to be cooked or bs shoveled will be -- that was going to happen given the multi-billions at stake and who is behind the "program". Given what we have seen since this began -- is this claim of "victory" unexpected?

    By changing the PCR testing to stop the massive false positives -- which the CDC has done after the release of the vaccines -- they can manipulate the “cases” way down as we are now seeing -- and then they can point to the vaccines “working”. Basically morbidly obsese people and the elderly accounted for deaths in the vast majority of Cvirus mortalities -- we are now finally being told -- with a recovery rate of over 99.7% there was no reason for rushed experimental vaccines to be rolled out and made to sound like some feel good candy treat for all.

    The propaganda as to these drugs has been on a level that would be comical if it wasn’t being treated as serious in the Mainslime Media and by those suckered in by same. I see where several fatalities of children 16 - 17, who had nearly zero chance of CVirus death (or even grave illness) have been admitted due to the vaccines (who knows how many others occurred a few days later and so were, of course, ruled out as caused by the vaccines?) -- didn’t work out so good for them -- has Trump commented on that? Fauci wants to vaccinate babies, you in for that too?...Trump let that lunatic run wild -- Trump was problematic at best given everything and how it turned out....

    I thought Trump was better than Clinton, not much of a feat to accomplish that -- when he was a businessman in NYC I could never stand him, Playboy loudmouth Howard Stern type dream guest, I always questioned his “change” -- but I don’t think he left any of those who supported him in significantly better shape finally, actually much worse given what is now firmly in control of the USA, and his “mistakes” as to appointing people like Wray etc. makes one really question the issue of controlled opposition as to him. 4D Chess? Some of his actions were downright bizarre -- and what about those Pardons at the end? I don't think Hillary Clinton could have got us where we are today without massive push back -- somehow Trump "blundered" us here?

    I think Trump’s take on the “vaccines” will be looked back on as being about as good as his appointment of Wray as head of the FBI. We will in fact see though -- already we know that the death rates as to these “vaccines” eclipses all of the past vaccines put together yet they are not pulled from the market and in the past they would have been (so something else is obviously at play here) and that is on numbers that rule out all deaths as vaccine related other than the most obvious that must be counted, VAERS catches something like 1%….

    I could place all kinds of links here but I would guess you are well informed enough to know that there are some very credible experts who believe these experimental vaccines -- the mRNA Gene Therapy etc. -- are going to be an unparalleled disaster within the 2 year Experimental Trial window within which all the vaccinated are participating -- whether they know it or not. No need to argue the point though -- we’ll know within a year, probably by late this fall/early Winter when the Cold Season starts again, if this in fact happens i.e. people dropping dead in great numbers -- there will be of course massive lies and propaganda in cover up, "variants" blamed etc., but I expect there will be some postings on UNZ that see thru same….Hopefully nothing like this happens but I wouldn't bet against it....

    Replies: @Jonathan Mason, @Jonathan Mason

    So how come the COVID-19 is so bad in place like Ecuador, Peru, and Brazil which are on the equator, and therefore don’t really have a winter and a summer as in the northern hemisphere, and is there evidence from the southern hemisphere to indicate a pattern of the pandemic spreading more in their winter season?

    I see where several fatalities of children 16 – 17, who had nearly zero chance of CVirus death (or even grave illness) have been admitted due to the vaccines

    I don’t think any country other than the US is yet vaccinating people that young in any numbers. The Pfizer vaccine was only approved for use for 12-15 year olds in the US last week, and the Moderna vaccine for 16-17 year olds was only authorized the by the Food and Drug Administration for use in the US in January.

    I do not know of any reports of fatalities linked to the vaccine, but inevitably the first young persons to get the vaccines are likely to be children who are brain-damaged institutionally managed, or already suffering from serious medical conditions.

    Can you provide some links to reports of adolescents dying from vaccines to show what fatalities you are talking about and who has done the “admitting”?

    Basically morbidly obsese people and the elderly accounted for deaths in the vast majority of Cvirus mortalities

    I think this is basically true, and media reports may have been misleading and in some cases unwilling to provide accurate reporting or to ask the right questions.

    I think this is probably because they are basically scared of saying the wrong thing and unwilling to contradict doctors and medical authorities. I agree that in the case of the AIDS epidemic, the public was given a lot of wrong impressions of how the virus was spread.

    A good example was the volte face over masks. Medical facilities are not allowed to buy equipment like masks from supermarkets, they MUST use approved medical suppliers, so there was no danger of medical supplies needed by hospitals being diverted to supermarkets, or an emergency executive order could have stopped it. At the same time, people should have been encouraged to make their own masks.

    There was a huge amount of price gouging at the time the pandemic started. I remember seeing a box of 5 masks for sale in Walmart for $15 that did not even fit over the ears, then a few months later I was able to buy a box of 50 good masks in Ecuador for $5, and now I see they are down to $1.75 for the same box of 50 good quality masks with a choice of colors.

    We know that the death rates as to these “vaccines” eclipses all of the past vaccines put together

    Again, can you provide your source for this information? When you are vaccinating vast numbers of people, like more than 50% of the population, including all the oldest people, obviously lots of people who have been vaccinated are going to die, just like thousands of people die every day when there is no pandemic, but what is the evidence that the vaccination is killing people?

    Florida, for example, has roughly 200,000 deaths ever year, so that is 550 deaths per day in a good year, or about 1% of the population.

    One thing that interests me is that in the early days of the epidemic it seemed that there was some linkage with ski resorts both in the Alps in Europe and in the Rocky Mountains in Colorado in North America, and I wondered if the virus thrives particularly well where there are humans at altitude. That could explain why Andean nations seem to have been badly hit.

    The other great mystery about COVID-19 is simply the question as to whether it is really true that there are people who have no symptoms at all themselves, but spread the disease to other people. If this is really true, then it seems that the disease is almost unbeatable.

    Another hypothesis that I think is likely is that just as with AIDS, a more than trivial number of people simply LIE about whether they had symptoms, who they were with, and so on. People may lie because they are scared of losing their jobs, or of losing a boy/girl friend, or for many other reasons that are not necessarily apparent to health care providers and epidemiologists.

    To me it would be amazing if no one ever lied, but this is never discussed in popular media.

    Sorry about the double post, I just typed a word and my text disappeared into the blogosphere half finished.

  205. @Hibernian
    @Curle

    Ryan is no Bill Weld or John Kasich.

    Replies: @Curle

    And Trotsky was no Lenin. I no longer bother to make charitable distinctions between horror shows. It seems to be what got us in the present pickle.

    My position on Ryan is that he chose to amplify the enemy’s message (Charlottesville) at a time it was becoming clear the public were/are tiring of viewing the world through carefully moderated/ propagandized WW2 and Civil War storylines. Trump’s response was the right response and Ryan’s was the worst possible.

    Learning from our enemies, the Bolsheviks, if you want to end something you polarize it. To educate our future leaders we need them to clearly understand who to never emulate. We need to anathematize Ryan-ism sufficient to ensure future Republicans self edit when prompted to gain favor with corporate Lefties by taking swipes at concerned Americans.

    • Agree: gandydancer
  206. CCZ says:
    @new Stalin
    @CCZ

    And do notice it was not a white supremacist that murdered Cash, it was a negro. A case of black terrorism! Time to bring back the electric chair's warm embrace to uplift these primates.

    Replies: @CCZ

    And not once have I seen this in US media:

    “Darriynn Brown, 18, came back at daybreak for Cash Gernon’s twin brother two hours after the four-year-old was taken from the same bed and murdered: Suspect got spooked and fled.”

    “Darriynn Brown, 18, was captured on surveillance camera footage returning to the same bedroom he had snatched four-year-old Cash Gernon from hours earlier.”

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9593001/Video-reveals-moment-Cash-Gernon-snatched-bed-Darriynn-Brown.html

    • Replies: @anon
    @CCZ

    No doubt the 4-year old mumbled the "n-word" as Brown was just, y'know, lookin' around, and everything that followed is therefore justified under Current Year rules.

  207. @Art Deco
    @Reg Cæsar

    He lived in the same (small) building as Larry Kramer,

    The Podhoretz family were neighbors of Madeleine L'Engle. She was right across the hall and the two households were friendly. Ergo, Midge Decter's a mystical liberal protestant. Do I have that right?

    Koch lived to be nearly 90 years old. He was an exceedingly controversial figure from about 1971 onward. If he could have been exposed, he would have been exposed.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @John Johnson, @Curle

    “ If he could have been exposed, he would have been exposed.”

    In the manner of Jeffrey Epstein’s exposure as an Israeli spy?

  208. @J1234
    @Steve Sailer

    My wife and I had a similar experience (in some respects) a couple of years ago at a Tim Allen standup concert. We were expecting a Last Man Standing level of quality, but got amateur night at the local comedy club instead. Worse than the language, he just isn't very good at being funny in that context. He apparently thinks that stating his moderate center right political opinions in a brash way qualifies as comedy. It was surprising that someone so funny in sitcoms could be so inept at standup (the opposite of Cosby.)

    Replies: @Stan D Mute, @bomag, @Reg Cæsar, @The Last Real Calvinist

    It doesn’t surprise me that even a gifted comic actor isn’t great in a related, but not identical, environment. Being funny is contextual, ephemeral, and inherently ‘risky’ in that often what’s really funny is that which walks right up to the line of what’s offensive, and sometimes tactically crosses.

    It’s also no suprise that an actor thinks he’s better at something than he really is. Just look at (and note that I mean this only metaphorically; I’m not suggesting anyone actually watch) actors’ speeches at awards shows. You’d think people who made their living performing in front of others would have a natural polish and sense of presence when making a public speech, and yet they’re typically horrible at it.

  209. res says:
    @anon
    @res

    In the future if you use the phrase “racial crosstabs” there is a better chance you will get what you want.

    Perhaps. Perhaps not.

    How exactly is what you wanted different from what vhrm gave you? It seems like he gave you most of what you wanted.

    Did you actually read the page I pointed to? There is greater detail to be found than the little NPR blurb vhrm pointed to. Specifically on the "most lethal terrorist threat" there is a breakdown of replies by "white", "black" and "latino". NPR decided to omit some data in their little story, this is typical of that organization.

    Replies: @res

    Perhaps. Perhaps not.

    Thanks for that bit of profundity. Since I have seen how you respond to honest attempts to be helpful I will adjust my approach.

    Did you actually read the page I pointed to?

    Yes. Which should have been obvious since I quoted a number from it which differed from vhrm’s. You aren’t very good at this reading comprehension thing.

    There is greater detail to be found than the little NPR blurb vhrm pointed to. Specifically on the “most lethal terrorist threat” there is a breakdown of replies by “white”, “black” and “latino”.

    So vhrm gave you two of three (white and black, but not Latino). You are familiar with the meaning of the word “most,” right?

    I’m being snarky because I am sick of people who ask others to do work for them and then complain when it is not EXACTLY what they wanted. Especially when the original request is vague. And even more so when the initial exchange based on the vague request does not include clarification of what is wanted.

    To your credit, you at least went and found the information yourself and linked it here. Thanks for that.

  210. @AnotherDad
    @ChrisZ


    Very quickly Fauci acquiesced to the hysteria, changed his tune completely, and began a very public “redemption” campaign to boost AIDS funding and to make research into its treatment the nation’s number one health priority.
     
    Everything about AIDS was sleazy, hypocritical and ridiculous. It was a classic minoritarian shit show--a precursor of what we see today.

    Homosexuals wild bathhouse promiscuity cause the AIDS crisis ... so it was my fault. Homos are a minority so ... all the normal public health VD procedures/tracking ... were cancelled. (Kind of like policing not applying to blacks, because they need it.)

    A disease that is absolutely no threat to anyone willing to control their sexual behavior and IV drug use .... is the most important thing ever! The nation's highest priority!


    Said it before. I'll say it again. Minoritarianism is stupid. It makes basic logic a crime. It makes making sense a crime. Minoritarianism is the enemy of all coherent thought. Minoritarianism is the enemy of human progress, of humanity itself.

    Replies: @Art Deco, @Redman, @Dissident

    A disease that is absolutely no threat to anyone willing to control their sexual behavior and IV drug use ….

    Isn’t “absolutely no threat” a bit of an overstatement? What about recipients of blood transfusions? Or any medical IV or other procedure involving blood-contact? What about rape victims? Transmission during pregnancy to the developing fetus?

    Your basic, overarching point regarding the indulgence of the extravagant demands of a decadent minority at considerable expense (health as well as financial) to the general public is quite correct.

    • Agree: Jonathan Mason
  211. @John Johnson
    @Art Deco

    Koch lived to be nearly 90 years old. He was an exceedingly controversial figure from about 1971 onward. If he could have been exposed, he would have been exposed.

    There are gays that don't want to be gay or basically remain celibate.

    I don't buy for one second that a straight man can become mayor of New York and not meet a woman worth marrying that entire time.

    Just not buying it at all.

    Most likely gay.

    Also not buying the current mayor. Yes I am aware that he married a plain looking Black woman and had kids with her. She also swore she was a born lesbian before meeting him.

    Replies: @Dissident

    How relevant are the personal erotic proclivities or even the private sexual behavior of any politician or public officeholder?

    Which, of the following two possibilities in a public officeholder, poses the greater threat to society:
    (A) The man who is exemplary in his personal and private sexual proclivities and behavior but who takes policy positions that favor the normalization and promotion of aberrant, objectively unwholesome behaviors;
    or,
    (B) The inverse of (A); i.e., a man with considerably and substantially less pernicious policy positions (at the very least) but who, in his personal and private sexual conduct, is an incorrigible rake?

    Most likely gay.

    Of those who had anything more than the most minimal familiarity with the late Edward I. Koch,

    [MORE]
    few could have doubted that he was Gay. I was a frequent listener to the radio show that the former NYC Mayor hosted daily for some years. I heard him address the matter of his sexuality, in response to it having been posed by a bold caller, a number of times. One could invariably hear, if sufficiently perceptive, a certain coyness on the part of Koch when he would answer the question. He clearly harbored no illusions that he was actually fooling anyone who was not dense or naive.

    I don’t buy for one second that a straight man can become mayor of New York and not meet a woman worth marrying that entire time.

    (Responding in general, as I’ve already addressed Koch) It’s not always about that. A man can be entirely heterosexual in his proclivities but simply be too eccentric, neurotic, anti-social, or out-and-out mentally ill to sustain or even begin an intimate relationship with the opposite sex.

  212. @CCZ
    @new Stalin

    And not once have I seen this in US media:

    "Darriynn Brown, 18, came back at daybreak for Cash Gernon's twin brother two hours after the four-year-old was taken from the same bed and murdered: Suspect got spooked and fled."

    "Darriynn Brown, 18, was captured on surveillance camera footage returning to the same bedroom he had snatched four-year-old Cash Gernon from hours earlier."

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9593001/Video-reveals-moment-Cash-Gernon-snatched-bed-Darriynn-Brown.html

    Replies: @anon

    No doubt the 4-year old mumbled the “n-word” as Brown was just, y’know, lookin’ around, and everything that followed is therefore justified under Current Year rules.

  213. @Forbes
    @anonymous

    Since everyone is a racist, race supremacy surely exists in the heart of every man, woman, child, and tranny.

    Why? Implicit bias. You don't know it, but you are biased. So you'll just have to live with racist self.

    Replies: @Joseph Doaks

    “Since everyone is a racist, race supremacy surely exists in the heart of every man, woman, child, and tranny.”

    This is absolutely true. Of course, people are selected by evolution and genetically programmed to prefer their own family group, i.e., their own race. It requires a stream of continuous propaganda to persuade people to believe, or to pretend to believe, what they know in their heart of hearts is untrue. Everyone is “racist.”

  214. @TomSchmidt
    @Reg Cæsar

    Where did you find that picture? Excellent.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    Where did you find that picture? Excellent.

    A simple search. It was a meme mocking ISIS from about six years ago.

  215. @Art Deco
    @Redman

    Mayor Koch (a lifelong closeted gay)

    He wasn't.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Swamp Fox

    Yes, he was. Bess Myers on bearded for him.

  216. @Desiderius
    https://twitter.com/UngeheuerDarin/status/1394675331374755848?s=20

    Megaphone theory restated in context

    Replies: @anon, @James Forrestal

    Sure. Mass media [especially mass visual media] hacks our social instincts.

    https://quillette.com/2021/04/03/persuasion-and-the-prestige-paradox-are-high-status-people-more-likely-to-lie/

    But it’s considerably more than a “megaphone” — it’s hyperreality, of course.

    Megadonors + narrative control + kritarchy = actual control of this ostensible “democrat republic.” Cryptocracy. Hence the common misuse of the word “populism” by the “news” media to mean “democratic process that produces the ‘wrong’ results,” and the Orwellian use of the word “democracy” to indicate “correct” results brought about by any means “necessary”.

    • Replies: @anon
    @James Forrestal

    This comment should have a gold box.

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  219. @Corvinus
    @Art Deco

    “Co-existence would be no trouble and is practiced as a matter of course. The problem is that co-existence is not what the enemy wants. They’re going out of their way to make it impossible.“

    Assuming that to be true. Pray tell, who is this “enemy”—Jews, assorted mystery meats, the Deep State, corprocrats? All of the above?

    Replies: @The Anti-Gnostic, @Art Deco, @TWS

    You. I can understand an enemy. Someone pretending to be harmless is much more dangerous

    • Replies: @Corvinus
    @TWS

    "You"

    I'm an enemy? OK, by what metrics? How are you able to know for certain?

    "I can understand an enemy".

    More like an assumption of your part.

    "Someone pretending to be harmless is much more dangerous".

    I'm dangerous? OK, by what metrics? How are you able to know for certain?

  220. @peterike
    @Art Deco


    The Jewish population of the Ukraine the year he was born was about 1.3% of the total.

     

    And yet, Jews own everything worth owning in Ukraine. You don't need a lot of any group to run the show if that group is in the right places.

    Replies: @Dissident

    Reg Cæsar asserted:

    The killer [of Bill Cosby’s son] was a Ukrainian Jew,

    Art Deco rejoined:

    The Jewish population of the Ukraine the year he was born was about 1.3% of the total.

    peterike:

    And yet, Jews own everything worth owning in Ukraine. You don’t need a lot of any group to run the show if that group is in the right places.

    Wasn’t the question whether the Ukrainian immigrant who killed Bill Cosby’s son was Jewish or not? (And not, as your response would suggest, how powerful Jews are in Ukraine, or how much they own there.)

    I realize it can be difficult not to veer off when the topic that converges with one’s particular Magic Key comes-up, but surely you can do better than this.

    • Agree: gandydancer
    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @Dissident

    The guy who murdered Bill Cosby's son while he was attempting to fix his flat tire at Mulholland and the 405 was white. I don't know whether he was Jewish or gentile. I do know that Bill Cosby, unlike Mrs. Cosby, didn't blame this horrific crime on the white race in general. So, I appreciate that.

  221. @James Forrestal
    @Desiderius

    Sure. Mass media [especially mass visual media] hacks our social instincts.

    https://quillette.com/2021/04/03/persuasion-and-the-prestige-paradox-are-high-status-people-more-likely-to-lie/

    But it's considerably more than a "megaphone" -- it's hyperreality, of course.

    Megadonors + narrative control + kritarchy = actual control of this ostensible "democrat republic." Cryptocracy. Hence the common misuse of the word "populism" by the "news" media to mean "democratic process that produces the 'wrong' results," and the Orwellian use of the word "democracy" to indicate "correct" results brought about by any means "necessary".

    Replies: @anon

    This comment should have a gold box.

  222. @The Anti-Gnostic
    @Corvinus

    All of the above.

    Replies: @Corvinus

    OK, in what specific ways? And, does that even include their offspring? Do, tell.

    • Troll: William Badwhite
  223. @TWS
    @Corvinus

    You. I can understand an enemy. Someone pretending to be harmless is much more dangerous

    Replies: @Corvinus

    “You”

    I’m an enemy? OK, by what metrics? How are you able to know for certain?

    “I can understand an enemy”.

    More like an assumption of your part.

    “Someone pretending to be harmless is much more dangerous”.

    I’m dangerous? OK, by what metrics? How are you able to know for certain?

  224. I can understand an enemy.

    More like an assumption of your part.

    Hold your friends close, and your enemies closer.

  225. @Art Deco
    @Steve Sailer

    I hear you. I'm recalling, however, an old art teacher from mine, a very engaging woman. She has, in back of her desk a wall hanging with dozens of aphorisms on it. One was 'things said while drunk have been thought out beforehand'.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @ChrisZ, @AceDeuce

    One of my favorite writers, Mignon McLaughlin, put it this way:

    “The chief reason for drinking is the desire to behave in a certain way, and to be able to blame it on alcohol.”

  226. @Dissident
    @peterike

    Reg Cæsar asserted:


    The killer [of Bill Cosby's son] was a Ukrainian Jew,
     
    Art Deco rejoined:

    The Jewish population of the Ukraine the year he was born was about 1.3% of the total.
     
    peterike:

    And yet, Jews own everything worth owning in Ukraine. You don’t need a lot of any group to run the show if that group is in the right places.
     
    Wasn't the question whether the Ukrainian immigrant who killed Bill Cosby's son was Jewish or not? (And not, as your response would suggest, how powerful Jews are in Ukraine, or how much they own there.)

    I realize it can be difficult not to veer off when the topic that converges with one's particular Magic Key comes-up, but surely you can do better than this.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer

    The guy who murdered Bill Cosby’s son while he was attempting to fix his flat tire at Mulholland and the 405 was white. I don’t know whether he was Jewish or gentile. I do know that Bill Cosby, unlike Mrs. Cosby, didn’t blame this horrific crime on the white race in general. So, I appreciate that.

  227. @Charon
    @El Dato


    Might as well declare black murder rampages “terrorism”.
     
    If you've been on the receiving end of one of those rampages, it seems very much indeed like terrorism.

    Which reminds me: just as Israel and its partisans enjoy one sort of immigration policy while they foist something quite different upon us...why can't we enjoy a "total silence" policy with respect to our criminal class, as they enforce upon the Palestinians with bombs and missiles?

    Surely if we're a white supremacist society as they keep telling us we are, we should be permitted to "defend ourselves" as they claim to be doing.


    They should be forced to put up or shut up. Else their hypocrisy is once again laid bare for all to see. Oh wait, here's where control of the mass media comes in handy.

    Replies: @AceDeuce, @gandydancer

    …just as Israel and its partisans enjoy one sort of immigration policy while they foist something quite different upon us…why can’t we enjoy a “total silence” policy with respect to our criminal class, as they enforce upon the Palestinians with bombs and missiles?

    You are a loon. Israel doesn’t foist any sort of immigration policy on the US.

    • Replies: @anon
    @gandydancer

    Israel doesn’t foist any sort of immigration policy on the US.



    https://images.forwardcdn.com/image/1090x480/center/images/cropped/w-aipac-030313-1425661166.jpg

    Replies: @gandydancer, @Dissident

  228. @WJ
    @anonymous

    Every Jew murdered in Pitt was white. How is that a good example of a white supremacist crime?

    Replies: @gandydancer

    Every Jew murdered in Pitt was white. How is that a good example of a white supremacist crime?

    The identification of anti-Semitism with White Supremacism is inexact, but for all I know may have intersected in Robert Gregory Bowers. Anyway, generally the folks with Jews on the brain don’t think Jews are “white”, even those who don’t look remotely Semitic. You didn’t know this?

  229. @Sir Launcelot Canning
    And yet PBS is always begging us for more $$$ in donations. No money from me! Too liberal, and too many British shows. And adding wokeness in children's' programs - more subversive propaganda.

    Replies: @gandydancer

    And yet PBS is always begging us for more $$$ in donations. No money from me!

    You wish. You pay taxes, don’t you?

  230. @Reg Cæsar
    @Art Deco


    I have a suspicion the vast majority of accusations against Cosby were humbug. That having been said, is there any credible evidence that Clinton ever drugged anyone in order to ravish them?

     

    Of course not. Willie wanted them conscious, so they could feel his pain. Cosby was an herbivore, preferring vegetables. Clinton was an omnivore, wanting to try everything at least once. Incluuding* aggravated rape.

    I'm reading Chasing Cosby at the moment. The author quotes the usual rough estimate that only 2-10% of accusations are false. Using her arithmetic, the odds that all three of those women sitting next to Donald Trump in October 2016 were lying are somewhere from 1-in-1,000 to 1-in-125,000.

    The figures with Cosby's 30+ accusers would be more than astronomical, they'd be intergalactic.


    ...the vast majority of accusations against Cosby were humbug.

     

    All it takes is one that is true.

    *That was a typo, but I'm leaving it in because it's hardly off-topic!

    Bill Cosby Has Got to Be on Quaaludes if He Thinks He Will Beat Rape Charges

    Replies: @Art Deco, @gandydancer

    The author quotes the usual rough estimate that only 2-10% of accusations are false.

    That’s the Woke estimate, not a “rough estimate”, and it doesn’t remotely apply to the intersecting subset of “no proof” and “fat wallet target”.

  231. @Matttt
    Are actual white supremacists the biggest threat in prison? Are any statistics about how many prison murders are committed by actual white supremacists. I'm guessing it's not zero.

    In fact, I wonder how many of these police shootings are happening because black felons would rather take their chances resisting arrest than face white supremacist prison gangs.

    Replies: @Buffalo Joe, @new Stalin, @gandydancer

    I wonder how many of these police shootings are happening because black felons would rather take their chances resisting arrest than face white supremacist prison gangs.

    White prison gangs are everywhere a desperate reaction to being vastly outnumbered and outgunned.

  232. @Corvinus
    @J1234

    "The other day Merrick Garland claimed that Jan. 6th – apparently a white supremacist coup, given the context of his alarmist testimony – was the greatest threat to democracy our country had faced while he was a public official."

    Considering Trump and his merry band of ruffians contributed to the ruckus, he's decidedly correct in that analysis. But no big deal if his family helped themselves to gimmedats and free stuff.

    https://www.citizensforethics.org/reports-investigations/crew-investigations/jared-and-ivanka-made-up-to-640-million-in-the-white-house

    Replies: @gandydancer

    “The other day Merrick Garland claimed that Jan. 6th – apparently a white supremacist coup, given the context of his alarmist testimony – was the greatest threat to democracy our country had faced while he was a public official.”

    Considering Trump and his merry band of ruffians contributed to the ruckus, he’s decidedly correct in that analysis.

    This is an arrant stupidity endorsed with a ridiculous failure of logic, including a blatant lie. Is there anyway I can block this “Corvinus” moron? Or at least automatically tag his posts with some disgusting color so that I can easily avoid the brain cell leakage resulting from reading him?

  233. @Steve Sailer
    @ChrisZ

    As it turned out, AIDS was easier to treat than most experts had expected. I can recall how sad I felt when Magic Johnson made his HIV announcement in 1991. He talked bravely about how his genius doctor David Ho had promised him the latest treatment, but everybody knew at the time he was a dead man talking.

    Now he's still here.

    It was a little like how the vaccine for coronavirus worked out better and faster than anybody except the optimistic Trump expected.

    Replies: @Getaclue, @vhrm, @James Forrestal, @John Johnson, @Rockford Tyson

    Yeah, ok. The problem is, the anti-retroviral medications used to keep HIV in check are havok for the kidney and liver. Lots of AIDS patients will live significantly shorter lives than they would have if they had never been infected regardless of never manifesting HIV. Not to mention that many of these anti-troviral drugs are toxic to neurons, and people treated with these drugs show a cognitive decline and loss of brain mass comparable to a person 20 years older.

    HIV sucks. I actually knew a guy who died from HIV. He was poor, and my family would pay for his medication. I was a little kid and I would go take the medication to him. He looked like one of those zombies from The Walking Dead. He must have weighed like 80 lbs in the last few weeks of his life.

    He was a straight man and not gay like many guys infected with HIV. He was a horny guy who spent most of his salary with prostitutes. He just couldn’t keep it in his pants. Hejust loved sex way too much. I knew him since I was alittle kid, as he worked in our house doing maintenance. He was a really nice guy, and we were all sad when he was gone.

  234. @gandydancer
    @Charon


    ...just as Israel and its partisans enjoy one sort of immigration policy while they foist something quite different upon us…why can’t we enjoy a “total silence” policy with respect to our criminal class, as they enforce upon the Palestinians with bombs and missiles?
     
    You are a loon. Israel doesn't foist any sort of immigration policy on the US.

    Replies: @anon

    Israel doesn’t foist any sort of immigration policy on the US.

    • Replies: @gandydancer
    @anon

    I have no idea what that image is supposed to prove, but it doesn't contradict what I said.
    American JEWS are disproportionately leftist and open-borders. NETANYAHU (Israel) has expressed no interest in promoting our self-destructive importation of brown people. The repulsive unwillingness of Jews-on-the-brain lunatics to make distinctions is precisely what I was pointing out, and you've once again provided an example of this.

    , @Dissident
    @anon

    Do you understand the difference between foreign policy and immigration policy? While there can be obvious overlap, the two are quite distinct from each other. If AIPAC even holds any position on immigration policy, let alone makes any demands concerning it, they would surely be completely ancillary and even overshadowed to the point of insignificance compared to AIPAC's lobbying for foreign policy.

  235. …write a play about a historical White statesman and pretend he is black and make the dialogue in hip hop and Whites eat it up…

    Pence bought a block of expensive tickets to see it back in 2017, and didn’t have the stones to demand his money back after they ended the… musical… by heckling him from the stage. One good thing about the election being stolen from Trump is that it seems we don’t have to worry about THAT awful hire inheriting the nomination.

  236. @anon
    @gandydancer

    Israel doesn’t foist any sort of immigration policy on the US.



    https://images.forwardcdn.com/image/1090x480/center/images/cropped/w-aipac-030313-1425661166.jpg

    Replies: @gandydancer, @Dissident

    I have no idea what that image is supposed to prove, but it doesn’t contradict what I said.
    American JEWS are disproportionately leftist and open-borders. NETANYAHU (Israel) has expressed no interest in promoting our self-destructive importation of brown people. The repulsive unwillingness of Jews-on-the-brain lunatics to make distinctions is precisely what I was pointing out, and you’ve once again provided an example of this.

  237. @anon
    @gandydancer

    Israel doesn’t foist any sort of immigration policy on the US.



    https://images.forwardcdn.com/image/1090x480/center/images/cropped/w-aipac-030313-1425661166.jpg

    Replies: @gandydancer, @Dissident

    Do you understand the difference between foreign policy and immigration policy? While there can be obvious overlap, the two are quite distinct from each other. If AIPAC even holds any position on immigration policy, let alone makes any demands concerning it, they would surely be completely ancillary and even overshadowed to the point of insignificance compared to AIPAC’s lobbying for foreign policy.

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