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Here’s an Australian newscaster and his cameraman being chased for 500 meters through Westminster, the heart of London and of the British state, by a mob of Peaceful Protesters an assemblage of Peacefully Protesting joggers.

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  1. The criminal element is seeing its opportunity, worldwide.

  2. The Wise and the Wonderful in Britain and Europe looked over the Atlantic at the deplorable state of race relations in the USA and said, “We want some of that!” And deliberately imported a problem they didn’t have before, but which will never leave them now.

    In Western Europe and especially in America, TPTB–especially including the owners of the mass media–have been on a full-tilt campaign to import as many disaffected people as they can, and marinate them in a 24/7/365 propaganda campaign to ramp up manufactured hatred to a white-hot temper.

    Now, the results are coming in. And I doubt it’ll be over anytime soon. Remember when they attack your home (they’ve already attacked my office): if you’re not in indisputable danger of your life, you are not authorized to use lethal force against intruders. (Even if you enjoy ‘castle doctrine’ you’ll end up in front of a judge or jury.) And, of course, by the time the risk is indisputable, it’s too late. You won’t be remembered. More likely you’ll be dismembered.

    None of this is by accident. All of it is according to plan. Many of us have been predicting this for years. Stay safe, if you know a way.

    • Agree: Lurker, jim jones
    • Thanks: black sea, HammerJack, vinteuil
    • Replies: @Altai
    , @SunBakedSuburb
  3. @Mr McKenna

    Just call them ‘blacks’; it’s shorter

    • Replies: @Amerimutt Golems
  4. Always remember race is just a social construct and that diversity is our greatest strength.

  5. Anonymous[186] • Disclaimer says:

    It’s almost as if allowing traumatized, dysfunctional people with an average IQ of 85 to immigrate from their hell hole, strife-ridden country to England was a really, really, bad idea!

    Ah, well. The Brits aren’t allowed to have guns, so I guess there’s only one choice for them..

    Run from the Negroes, step in time!!

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  6. Paul says:

    How’s that multiculturalism thing working out in Britain?

    • Replies: @Gordo
  7. anon[462] • Disclaimer says:

    America may be turning into an authoritarian dystopia, but democracy is still strong in Australia.

    Local man tells prime minister to get off his lawn. Prime minister agreeably complies, .

  8. Amusing to hear his colleagues search for inoffensive ways to describe what he was going through.

  9. Anonymous[425] • Disclaimer says:



    Acceptable form is joggaz.

    Well, at least in the US, it will make people more pro-immigration. People will feel, “better dreamers than screamers.”

  10. BenKenobi says:

    I doubt the camera crew had a running loicense, and I doubt the rioters had a protesting loicense, so where are the lesbian bobbies to dispense the Queen’s justice?

    • LOL: Almost Missouri
  11. Anonymous[425] • Disclaimer says:

    I want this guy aa police chief

  12. Elegy for the End of a High-Trust Society

    The all-glass Apple Store, in midtown Manhattan opposite the Plaza Hotel, being boarded up and fortified yesterday.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    , @dr kill
  13. tofl says:

    The National Police Chiefs Council in the UK felt moved to issue a press release:

    Gatherings of more than 6 people are currently illegal under the Coronavirus Act, and protestors against lockdown, also in Hyde Park, a few days earlier and much smaller in number, were arrested for breaching that act.

    No reports of any arrests from the BLM protest.

    • Replies: @YetAnotherAnon
    , @J.Ross
  14. Anonymous[186] • Disclaimer says:

    As long as we’re going absolutely batshit crazy, might as well share one more act of complete mindless insanity…

    And I HOPE the “protesters” decide to visit at the Public Theatre. I want to see that place afterwards.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
  15. A lot of the focus of “White oppression” are on things like the police. Professions where you have a lot of White Gentiles, especially of a working class professions.

    I wonder if the focus of Black rage might move to other areas? Say, hedge fund managers. The mainstream media. Silicon Valley. Even the White academics.

    I mean, they have way more influence over what happens in this country. Seems like Black activists (or even some tricksters) might steer things that way.

    • Replies: @HammerJack
  16. @Kent Nationalist

    Imported pets just want ‘gibs’ like in 2011 when one of their own a black or mulatto career criminal was killed by the police.

  17. Meanwhile there were no protests for Emily Jones and even more outrageous – British police and local authorities abetting the horrific mass rape of possibly millions of children.

    Hypocritical Brits and their evil ruling class should be ignored by everyone.

    A paedophile grooming gang was left to roam the streets of Manchester – and police knew who they were and exactly what they were doing

    Telford abuse victim was raped by 500 men from 11 – but cops chose to prosecute her

    • Replies: @bomag
    , @Gordo
    , @Antonius
  18. The common thread in these media muggings is the reporter’s lack of experience with Blacks. They appear to fallen hook, line and sinker for the Diversity & Inclusion gibberish.

    Expect to see a follow up with the Aussie journalist blaming racism. And for extra credit at the next mandatory D&I training, he’ll blame it on his own racism.

    • Agree: bomag
  19. Anonymous[128] • Disclaimer says:

    Saw a small group of female protesters board the city bus yesterday afternoon, carrying homemade Sharpie placards and dutifully clad in Cuomovirus masks and “Impeach” shirts of course. While not 90-lbs porcelain-skinned photogenic waifs as the media prefers to showcase in BLM adventure stories — these ladies (if straight) might have even been in antifa guys’ league — neither did they seem like seasoned community organizers on Soros payroll, which is the de rigeur right-wing glib assessment lately. Setting is southern TX, high 90s and mind-numbingly “sultry” this week, where any sane unemployed dissident would rather be that way indoors with AC. Yet the religious revival sweeping the land is strong

  20. Altai [AKA "Altai_2"] says:

    Meanwhile, at BBC World.

    Original Sin. I don’t disagree that to move forward America would need to uplift it’s urban black underclass. Yet I don’t see how you’d begin to do that whilst simultaneously having massive unskilled immigration.

    It’s like having a policy to bail water out of a boat while drilling as many holes in the bottom as possible.

    But again, this protest allows them to make it about everything and nothing and always be able to retreat back to the video of George Floyd.

    In a broader sense it’s the ultimate triumph of depoliticisation.

    • Replies: @bomag
    , @Up2Drew
  21. Altai [AKA "Altai_2"] says:
    @Mr McKenna

    It was even once seen as a kind of totemic form of modernity and progress. Look at all these people who want to move to our country!

    Yes, perhaps there is something there that is of value, something you’d like to keep for future generations?

    • Agree: bomag
  22. Anonymous[186] • Disclaimer says:

    Welp… there goes the ol’ Star Wars franchise.

    But I guess it’s worth invoking Worldwide fan discord in the interests of hearing what wisdom a 28 year old black multimillionaire affirmative action actor has to share.

  23. Anonymous[108] • Disclaimer says:

    Horrible scenes in London yesterday, on the Daily Mail they had a gif on the front page of some vicious evil black beating a white man to a pulp, and then when the white man tried to run away heavily bloodied, the evil negro chased after him and knocked him out cold from behind.

    Big problems coming to the UK, this country is more fucked than America is.

  24. They are not “protestors”, but they are certainly not “rioters” either. Instead, these fine folk are Keynesians.

    It is obvious that they really care about a lot of things and so perhaps this has led them to cooly assess our economic situation.

    Their diagnosis may be that we are in a deep recession, so they have benevolently decided to break windows, destroy property and steal, in order to create a strong demand-side stimulus for the economy.

    Nobel prizes are often given to more than one person. I am therefore certain that, this year, the Nobel prize for economics must be given to all of these so-called “looters.”

    This would celebrate many people’s efforts who clearly need to be celebrated and it would do wonders for representation.

  25. Ed says:

    Black American culture is a horrible export.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  26. bomag says:

    I don’t disagree that to move forward America would need to uplift it’s urban black underclass.

    Egads, man; how much moar will it take? They are at historically high rates of wealth and privilege, both relative and absolute.

    This unrest is agitation to make crime the next civil right for Blacks. After this is achieved, they will move on to agitate for the next thing on the endless list.

  27. @RichardTaylor

    Sure thing buddy! We’ll get the “brain trust” on it pronto. Oh, here it is:

    Obama urges George Floyd protesters to push for change, ‘make people in power uncomfortable’

    You know, there was someone in a uniquely advantageous position to do just that for several years. His name’s escaping me just now

    • Replies: @Neuday
  28. Anonymous[317] • Disclaimer says:

    Blacks are blacks everywhere, I don’t think UK black “culture” is particularly similar to African-American “culture”, but just as violent.

  29. Anonymous[264] • Disclaimer says:

    Run from the Negroes, step in time!!

    LOL! I loved this song when I was a kid. Truly insane times.

  30. @Anonymous

    Boyega often refers to his parents, always admiringly. “My dad is the man I want to be. He’s the living example of who I’d like to embody. He is a very good, genuine man.”

    Does your father think you are a good man? “He thinks I’m all right for the stage I’m at. I speak to him about everything. He knows there are certain elements that I need to work on, but I’m only 25.” What like? “More of an awareness of my spirituality. Not being controlled by emotions in the moment.”

    Seems like Boyega’s Nigerian preacher Dad is a wise man. It must be hard to have to turn to religion in order to learn self-control though.

    The very fact of the rioting, the incoherent demands and the speeches, mostly expressed through physical convulsions, proves this to be a great challenge.

    There should be understanding of those in this struggle and praise for those who manage through it.


    Sure, not being controlled by your emotions in the moment comes easier to some people – that’s their privilege – but we must appreciate those who are currently broadcasting to the world their inability not to be tossed about by every breeze.

    They all need to be heard and need to be seen. If they can’t contain their emotions then they need others to step up and make themselves the safe spaces that will those abundant emotions easily flow.

    Looked at this way, the protests are a form of group therapy and their pain must be made to be our pain too.

    Isn’t that the point of most of the intersectional agenda?

    I imagine that the Japanese are watching this wonderful gift that Western societies are receiving and are already planning diversity visa programmes, so that they too can share in all of this.

    After all, if Western liberals can feel as if they are elected by supporting this routine then so too could Japanese. And isn’t that what life is about? Facing other people’s demons so you don’t have to face your own?

  31. bomag says:
    @Amerimutt Golems


    If there is any hope left, one hopes that history will judge and mete out some consequences for these perps and enablers.

  32. Cortes says:

    Amazing to see all the BLM posters which appeared overnight in one of the hipster-infested areas of Glasgow. On streets with plenty of CCTV cameras. Almost like it is a government-approved movement.

    Whatever it takes to protect the rentiers, I imagine.

    • Replies: @TomSchmidt
  33. “Ben’s dropped his microphone.”

    • LOL: donut
  34. On first glance I thought the title mentioned London Zoo.

    • Replies: @Ray P
  35. Up2Drew says:

    I find it amusing that Great Britain deigns to lecture us about race relations when we ended slavery in 1865 and GB still held a quarter of the planet under colonial rule well into the last century. We’re a little bit ahead of you on that scoreboard, guv’nor.

    You don’t get to control a quarter of the planet’s land mass by being nice guys.

  36. Cortes says:
    @Percy Gryce

    “Ben, you’re always running here and there…”

  37. Gordo says:

    How’s that multiculturalism thing working out in Britain?

    Very badly, so badly our strange little leader Boris is promising to double down on it by importing 3 million Chinamen.

  38. Gordo says:
    @Amerimutt Golems

    A paedophile grooming gang was left to roam the streets of Manchester – and police knew who they were and exactly what they were doing

    If we ever get power back in our countries we should look at the names of those who issued stand down orders.

  39. @Percy Gryce

    You beat me to it. That is pure gold.

  40. Gordo says:

    I find it amusing that Great Britain deigns to lecture us about race relations when we ended slavery in 1865

    History 101: slavery was abolished throughout the British Empire in 1812.

  41. But the protesters really are peaceful. CNN tells us that about every ten seconds.

  42. @tofl

    “Deputy Assistant Commissioner Laurence Taylor said: ‘With the easing of restrictions we fully expected open spaces to be busy this weekend.

    ‘It was pleasing to see that people were largely compliant with the Government guidance. Where they weren’t, and after we engaged with them, they quickly were.

    ‘It was disappointing that a relatively small group in Hyde Park came together to protest the regulations in clear breach of the guidance, putting themselves and others at risk of infection.

    ‘Officers once again, took a measured approach and tried to engage the group to disperse. They clearly had no intention of doing so, and so it did result in 19 people being arrested, and a further ten being issued with a fixed penalty notice.’”

    There was a huge police presence – the caption said ‘more police than protesters’.

    The law is supposed to apply to all, yet seems to be applied to some people but not others.

  43. @Not Only Wrathful

    What a dilemma. They clearly deserve the economics prize and the peace prize as well. Is there a precedent for this glorious event?

  44. @Mr McKenna

    Yeah, it’s not just the UK. It’s everywhere that the authorities will let it.

    • Replies: @Almost Missouri
  45. Mass incarcerated in 109 countries and every single time it was the other guy’s fault.

    • Replies: @bigdicknick
  46. Unlike CoronaHoax, these peaceful riots appear to be growing exponentially worldwide.

  47. Ray P says:

    You had your Indians to deal with, and we had ours.

  48. @Cortes

    “Whatever it takes to protect the rentiers, I imagine.”

    Think about owning property in a country like Germany where the population was declining by about 400k annually. My God! The poor might get a break on rents. It could be a disaster for the rich like the aftermath of the Black Death.

    Cue “refugees.”

    • Replies: @Cortes
  49. @Up2Drew

    Perfidious Albion. Empire did NOT benefit most Britons, but if you were a colonial admin in India you might make a lot of money (or just have a lot of status as the grand poobah lording it over the locals on the basis of taxes extracted from them) running the empire.

    Recall that Britain feared Russia’s move into Asia, and was desperate to turn that power’s attention elsewhere. So in 1907, Lord Grey got them to focus on Slavs in Europe, and to confront Germany. They set in place the cascade that led to WW1, WW2, 84 years of Bolshevism just so they could hold on to the privileges of empire that flowed to the people at the top.

    Same here in recent years. We make a lot of money sending dollars overseas because we have the global reserve currency. This does two things: hollows out our commercial industrial economy while requiring us to have a massive military-industrial complex, so we can go anywhere (invade the world) to threaten people who challenge dollar hegemony.

    Except: with all the current debt, we will now pay out more in interest than we net borrow, threatening discretionary parts of the budget. Like the MIC, who REALLY don’t want to give up all that money. Looked at in this light, it’s clear why they would try to take out Trump, who claimed to oppose Mideast Wars. It’s also clear why they would want Biden: he has already shown he was willing to let them overthrow governments so long as his son could wet his beak.

    The violence in the USA won’t end until the violence overseas ends, by defunding the military-industrial-intelligence complex.

  50. Neuday says:

    Obama urges George Floyd protesters to push for change, ‘make people in power uncomfortable’

    Hey, Obama, cool it with the anti-semitism.

    • LOL: HammerJack
  51. @Mr McKenna

    “All of it is according to plan.”

    There is linkage between the Chinese virus and George Floyd’s Reign of Terror. As ridiculous as Donald Trump is, he is still a threat to the ministers of night. It’s connected to trade policy with China and the river of gold filling the accounts of the American elites who have financial connections with the CCP. Paranoia* also tells me the desire for the Chinese model (market economy/police state) to be imposed on God Bless the USA (the Bush family’s favorite song) is also a factor.

    *The alternate clinical term for paranoia is acute awareness of the nightside of eden.

  52. @TomSchmidt

    “Empire did NOT benefit most Britons.

    Mostly the corrupt aristocracy. But the hardy lads from Scotland and Northern England got to see the world in uniform.

    • Replies: @Lurker
  53. @Anonymous

    “Welp … there goes the ol’ Star Wars franchise.”

    Demonic Disney Corp. will roll out a new line of toys and the angry fanboys will be pacified. The whole point of the Star Wars franchise is merchandising.

  54. Cortes says:


    Imagine your own young people being able to contemplate forming families of their own, secure in the belief that they can provide a good future for their children. An abundance of high quality housing stock available at prices and rent levels consistent with domestic demand.

    Or the current hypnosis.

  55. “It’s good to see police there now”, she said.

  56. Seneca44 says:
    @Not Only Wrathful

    This may not be too far out of the realm of possibility in a world where the likes of Yasir Arafat and Barack Obama have won the Peace Prize.

  57. @Anonymous

    • Replies: @Antonius
  58. @Almost Missouri


    Montreal, which is allegedly in Canada:

    • Replies: @Technite78
  59. Richard B says:
    @Mr McKenna

    Thousands of People March Against Racism

    should be changed to

    Thousands of People March Against a High Level Abstraction

    One sure fire rule of history is;

    The higher the level of abstraction, the greater the violence.

    Abstractions like God, Love, Justice, Equality, Human Rights, Racism, etc.

    The question to ask is,

    What is there in the world that the word (in this case, Racism) directs us to locate?

    But the question is never asked.

    As long as it remains unquestioned it becomes assumed to be true.

    The longer it’s assumed to be true the more it becomes a morality.

    The longer it becomes a morality, the more unquestioning faith is put in the word.

    The more unquestioning faith the more it can never be questioned.

    And now we’re back to the one sure fire rule of history.

    The whole movement of higher education from the late 19th to even the mid-20th century was to ween us from this dependency and addiction to high level abstractions.

    But higher education was rejected. Because it was either considered “Elitist” or had nothing to do with making money.

    No one say higher education for what it really is – high level problem-solving.

    And now, well, just turn on the news.

  60. Shame the crew didn’t have a couple pick-up trucks.

  61. @Not Only Wrathful

    Woke Capital gets to offload it’s unsold stock from before lockdown.

    Looters get free stuff.

    Government will bail out insurers with free money.

    Everyone wins.

  62. @Almost Missouri

    Well, that makes my plan of escaping New York for Quebec look somewhat less advantageous.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  63. @Up2Drew

    It is particularly galling for the UK to lecture the USA about the original sin of slavery, given that the English brought it to the original colonies. Maybe when they’re done granting citizenship to most of Hong Kong, they can offer citizenship to oppressed African Americans to help ameliorate their pain.

  64. @bigdicknick

    is it time for a public figure to go full race realist? you’re already considered a neo-nazi if you say all lives matter. Why not go whole hog and start quoting the Bell Curve? Maybe bring up the fact that many US based racial patterns are actually world wide patterns and thus difficult to lay at the feet of muh redlining?

    Steve King should go full nuclear option on his way out of congress although I know he won’t.

  65. Antonius says:
    @Amerimutt Golems

    Yet they kneel before savages!

  66. Znzn says:

    How much of the difference in homicide or crime rates in European vs. East Asian countries, is driven by the older population of countries like Japan, a lack of young people to commit crime, as seen by their TFR, in places like Korea, Hong Kong, or Taiwan, vibrant youths driving the crime rate upwards in countries like Sweden, or homicides being classified as suicides in East Asian countries, and much more lenient sentences for petty crime such as vandalism, pickpocketing, and petty theft in Western Europe? And you have countries like Norway, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Slovenia, and Italy where the homicide rate is the same or lower than East Asian countries like Taiwan, Korea, or China.

  67. @Gordo

    Slave trading: 1807
    Slavery: 1834

    • Replies: @Gordo
  68. @Gordo

    Uh, no. 1834 is the appropriate date, unless you think the Jamaican uprising of 1831 was about the price of rum. So that’s the British claim to fame: “we ended slavery 29 years before the Yanks.” Ah, but there’s more. After they emancipated the slaves in Jamaica, they compensated the slaveowners, not the slaves. Come on Jamaicans in Britain (I know there are a lot of you), time to riot! Bust some cracka heads until you get what’s rightfully yours.

    • Replies: @Gordo
  69. @Gordo

    US Philipines: 1898 – 1948
    Porto Rica : whenever

  70. Anonymous[352] • Disclaimer says:

    Montreal’s not perfect, but the policing still beats de Blasio’s NYC (or Toronto) by far. The rest of Quebec is great, but difficult without speaking French.

  71. @Johnny Smoggins

    But the protesters really are peaceful. CNN tells us that about every ten seconds


    The irony escapes most people. “Following a protest that was mostly peaceful…” . “Mostly peaceful” means that violence was a feature. Would anyone buy a package of hot dogs that asserted “very few rodent hairs” ?

  72. dr kill says:
    @Mike Pierson, Davenport Rector, Midfielder

    There’s nothing keeping these retailers from hiring private security. They are all in it together.

  73. vinteuil says:

    History 101: slavery was abolished throughout the British Empire in 1812.

    Colonial Rule, on the other hand…

  74. J.Ross says:

    We are approaching levels of “IT’S OBVIOUSLY ALL A LIE” which ought not to be possible.

    • Agree: BB753
  75. Peaceful Protesters Running Amok in London Too

    Does “running amok” constitute cultural appropriation? Why can’t they just go berserk?

    What’s the Origin of the Phrase “Run Amok”?

  76. Lurker says:

    Aristocrats may have got in on some of the action – but I think the trader, merchant, financier types probably did best.

  77. Gordo says:

    Yes I got the wrong date.

  78. Gordo says:
    @Ancient Briton

    Yes I got the wrong date.

  79. bro3886 says:

    “I don’t care what the cause, or how deep the anger, there is simply no excuse for denigrating the Cenotaph, a war memorial to mark the millions who died for the liberty that today’s generation take for granted.”

    Liberty? What the hell is he talking about? Brits have far, far less liberty today than they had when these people died. That’s a denigration of the Cenotaph a million times worse than some spray paint.

  80. Anonymous[387] • Disclaimer says:

    You don’t get to control a quarter of the planet’s land mass by being nice guys.

    My understanding is that America has “around 800 military bases outside of the nation’s borders.” Even if that number is off by 50%, it’s still quite impressive.

    As for “nice guys,” I have heard the Americans called a great many things of late, but I don’t recall “nice guys” being one of them. An oversight, perhaps?

    (NB: none of this is to say that I dislike America: I don’t. I believe that, for all of its problems, America still remains the world’s One Great Hope. This, of course, is why so many groups are eager to see it destroyed: if America disappears, other countries can no longer be compared to it.)

    However, regardless of how I might view the US, I think it only fair to point out that America can hardly be said to be deficient in imperial ambition. Ask the Russians how the “gentlemen’s agreement” they made with James Baker III over NATO expansion has worked out (to give just one example).

    It’s not that Americans are bad people. Rather, the problem lies in America’s difficulty in appreciating how their actions (and their military bases) may appear to other countries. It is much easier to believe a country has good intentions when they don’t have a ring of military bases circling the globe than when they do.

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