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Systemic Racism = Mysticism Scare

 
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  1. Altai says:

    It turns out Japan is less systematically racist than America. Or maybe there’s another reason he felt safer…

  2. Someone commented a while back that systemic racism is the modern version of phlogiston, or the aether – something that hasn’t been physically detected, but whose existence is hypothesised in order to explain an observed phenomenon.

    Phlogiston explains combustion.

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

    Aether explains light propagation through an apparent vacuum.

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

    Systemic racism explains low black wages, high black incarceration.

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

  3. Yeah, the genocide of our people is just a silly game. Let’s play with words!

    • Replies: @interesting
  4. G. Poulin says:

    Reg is the best. Hail Caesar !

  5. Reg Cæsar = Scare Gear ?

    Easier than Systemic Racism 😉

  6. Kronos says:
    @Altai

    I dunno, Japan has some pretty tough punks with even tougher pompadours.

    • Replies: @Inquiring Mind
  7. unit472 says:

    Systemic racism is a code word for black underachievement. Nothing has been studied more and nothing has had fewer solutions found than this problem peculiar to negroes. The reality is blacks eschew building companies preferring to get an easy sinecure in mature and declining industries. So they end up as corporate supernumeraries at Pan Am or Kodak and wonder what the hell happened when their job disappears. Government jobs too are sought after and while government has been a growth industry that too is coming to an end. Worse they are over represented and will, inevitably, have to make room for the burgeoing hispanic population under the rules they themselves put in place. If 20% of the citizens of a state are hispanic then 20% of the jobs in state government must go to hispanics. With government revenues in free fall and pension benefits eating up what little remains these sinecures are coming to an end and with them the demise of the black middleclass so ‘systemic racism is only going to get worse as the negro is the least essential employee in both the corporate and public sectors.

  8. @unit472

    No, “Systemic Racism” is a codeword for a call to arms to finally depose Whitey and make them the new slaves. That some Whities actually go along with it shows they are nothing more than the new House Slaves.

  9. Congratulations on “Reg Caesar Day”.

    I’m taking visitors on a tour of the Lake Street destruction tomorrow, any suggestions for North Minneapolis carnage spots? Any Nordeast locales?

    When are they going to start a “Hop on, hop off” tour bus for Mpls destruction?

  10. Boy oh boy.

    If I wasn’t already so in awe of Reg, I’d be mad at him for taking this long.

  11. Wilkey says:
    @YetAnotherAnon

    Phlogiston explains combustion. Aether explains light propagation through an apparent vacuum. Systemic racism explains low black wages, high black incarceration.

    With the only rather, ummm, minor problem being that low wages and high crime rates persist in black communities in the absence of phlogiston, aether, or significant numbers of whites or other races. Haiti killed offed most of its whites ca. 1804 after the revolution. It literally massacred nearly every white who remained. It is not only far, far poorer than the United States and every country of mostly European descent, but it even has less than 10% of the per capita income of the mostly Amerind populated Dominican Republic, which has the other half of the island on which it’s located. One island, two countries, with the poor Dominican Republic having over 10x the income of the mostly African Haiti.

    Aside from disparities persisting in the absence of the racism aether, it is also routinely argued that blacks can’t succeed without the racism aether. We need to send blacks to schools with lots of white children and put them in classrooms where they are surrounded by racist white children….so they can learn. Somehow the racism aether manages to harm blacks, especially children, yet they also can’t survive without it.

    I once was banned from a leftist website for pointing out this rather difficult conundrum. I never even suggested why I believed income and other disparities were even greater between countries than within them. I merely pointed out that their existence made using racism as an explanation rather inconvenient. I never even remotely suggested that I thought the difference may be due to racial disparities in intelligence. They merely assumed that’s what I was implying, so they blocked me from commenting.

    Whenever I get into a discussion about racism as a cause for black poverty (outside of sites like this) I never, ever suggest that differences in average intelligence might be the cause. I simply note that blacks are much much poorer in countries where whites are hardly present at all, then just leave that there to sow the seeds of doubt in anyone who might dare to doubt. The doubt is already there in the minds of many. Many or most of them already know that genetics is the only real alternative to “racism” as the explanation. They just don’t want to entertain that doubt, and want to persecute anyone who might.

    • Thanks: HammerJack, Percy Gryce
    • Replies: @bomag
    , @Carol
    , @Jack D
  12. “Systemic racism is a code word for black underachievement.”

    “Systemic racism” also is the handle for moral extortion, leveraging your victim-status with no end-date against the “oppressor-marks.” It doesn’t get more open-ended than “systemic.” A black-mailer never says, “We’re even now, I’m done.” He’ll always be back for more until the mark decides he’s tired of the shakedown.

    http://fosterspeak.blogspot.com/2019/02/racism-its-time-to-repudiate-guilt.html

    • Thanks: vhrm
  13. Ian Smith says:
    @Altai

    A black man goes to Asian and he…talks about Being Black in Asia. Change the subject, change the scenery, and it still comes back to black black blackity black (don’t talk back!)

    • Agree: duncsbaby
  14. @unit472

    You nailed it. Someone also said in the comment section, in a post by Steve a week or so ago, that some of this “defund the police” was merely (my words) “re-appropriation” of the heavy police salaries, benefits and retirements, to other areas of the bureaucratic machinery. Then I saw on a clip Tucker had on one of his segments right after that comment, a black spokesman of sorts (well, he had a mic) saying exactly that. In essence, they were going to take all that cop money and give it to community organizers.

    And yes, we Hispanics will be taking over 🙂

    Lastly, just wait until the NFL and NBA plunge–the postmortems on that will be interesting, as well as the purposed (double down) remedies.

  15. Anon7 says:
    @YetAnotherAnon

    Right. I used to compare the MSM version of how the world works vs. the red pill version of the world with the Ptolemaic theory of the solar system vs. the Copernican version.

    Sure, you could explain the motions of the planets with increasingly complicated epicycles and concentric spheres, or you could just say that the planets revolve around the sun.

    Sure, you can use systemic racism to explain why 13% of doctors, math profs, corporate CEOs are not black, and n times as many black guys are convicted of violent crime. Or, you could just point out that there is a measurable IQ difference and blacks are more violent.

  16. “Systemic Racism = Mysticism Scare.”

    Sure that works if you are never attended a history class — even a class in which slavery is but a footnote. It is course this kind of denial the=at feeds the worst kind of liberal advances. Or one could hold to a deliberate proactively naive disposition so they can feel one with the dominant population.

    Akin to the notion that there are no Mexican drug cartels.

    Color dynamic are not the only systemic issues but it is as real and the arguments about systemic corruption in government. But there is all kinds of escapist notions such hispanics come the the US just seeking a job.

    Same sex conduct is genetically caused.

    That Pres. Lincoln freed the slaves.

    Tarp saved the country.

    Alternative sources of information is merely an excuse for being rejected by the mainstream.

    There’s gold in them there hills.

    True mysticism abounds,

    that the country has long lasting internal processes in play about color is so obvious that the term systemic is mild and is no myth. It’s s strange comment given the deep commentary from a community that generally holds that the Jews control the world or at least the US.

    Interesting

    • Replies: @Not Only Wrathful
  17. @YetAnotherAnon

    Before the all-encompassing “systemic racism” framework, this unseen cloud was often noted by the media as “Violence Grips Neighborhood”

  18. bomag says:
    @Wilkey

    I once was banned from a leftist website for pointing out this rather difficult conundrum.

    It is quite remarkable the energy put into policing racial thinking in this day and age.

    There must be a vague law about the energy put into defending a controversial claim is in inverse proportion to the truth.

    • Replies: @anon
  19. Diversity training is a late-stage product of something that got going in the 1970s-1990s. Companies would undergo incidents and then they’d be sued. They had to show they were doing something about the incidents and ordering some kind of training was one thing they could concretely do. Eventually this morphed into an industry and Says Law and all (supply creates its own demand) and this became not a way of responding to lawsuits, but of preventing them in the first place.
    Since the basis of training like this was always specious, it became a kind of navel gazing. Early training really wasn’t so bad: teach people to respond to behavior and have and communicate behavioral expectations, not identity-based expectation. But subject to years and increasing pro-active, pre-lawsuit corporate dollars and navel gazing, it took on a disfiguring morph into what we have now.
    So in a way – this was driven by: people’s need to be employed, and capitalism. Which is a lot of what we can say about the MSM – “if it bleeds it leads” … “if it’s race, it leads” … click bait or die.

  20. @YetAnotherAnon

    I’ve heard the immortal Derb use exactly these words in one of his Radios Derb to describe “systemic racism”.

    I believe in the same broadcast, he explained in detail iSteve’s “Occam’s Butterknife” which is apposite to this discussion.

  21. Fred Reed’s conundrum.

  22. @Kronos

    Those pompadour punks look and dance lame.

    You sure they are Japanese and not Koreans?

    • Replies: @Kronos
  23. Carol says:
    @Wilkey

    No, no, no even the most liberal teachers on reddit attribute it to their culture. Which at this point is a distinction without a difference.

    • Replies: @Redman
  24. @YetAnotherAnon

    I’ve always thought of it as something like that, an invisible unquantifiable magical force that explains all disparities. Really the whole thing is a paradox that takes blind faith and zealous intimidation to keep it alive, because logically it falls apart right away. It goes like this:

    There are disparities in achievement between the races. These disparities are caused by systemic racism. The evidence for systemic racism is that there are disparities in achievement between the races. They use the disparity itself as evidence that the disparity is caused by systemic racism.

    This is so painfully obvious but isn’t often challenged because it’s religious dogma and the high priests rule through fear. You might as well be a priest trying to deny the Trinity; those who rigorously challenge the racism religion are proverbially burned at the stake.

  25. Clip Carson says: • Website
    @Altai

    Of course, I’ve seen a few videos of Blacks misbehaving in Japan. Screaming at some restaurateur, “We’re gonna take over your country!” Maybe Japanese are still unfamiliar enough with the Black race that they are still bewildered, and that makes them easier targets for crime.

    • Replies: @Altai
    , @Anon87
  26. @Altai

    Yes, but do the Japanese feel safer with gorillas in their midst? Some analysis of the problems with criminal US black service men billeted in Japan suggest that they don’t.

    • LOL: YetAnotherAnon
  27. J1234 says:

    Reg Cæsar: Systemic Racism = Mysticism Scare

    LOL! Alright Reg!

  28. anon[309] • Disclaimer says:
    @unit472

    Nothing has been studied more and nothing has had fewer solutions found than this problem peculiar to negroes.

    With the possible exception of “koro”.

    This article from 2013 has details of the literal curse of koro.

    https://www.livescience.com/28015-penis-snatching-panics-koro.html

  29. Altai says:
    @Clip Carson

    It’s incredible to watch the videos on that channel where they all complain about Japan being held back by a lack of immigration. Really? They’re almost all just shiftless burnouts themselves who offer nothing. They really get twitchy about it. They genuinely don’t realise America’s neurosis over it’s identity as a ‘nation of immigrants’ is weird, unnatural and threatening to the vast majority of human societies that have ever existed. Imagine the gall of going to another country and then deciding the proportion of the population made up of the native people was too high. There’s a man whose statues keep getting toppled because of similar views.

    And would some of these SJWs actually read Marx and find out what he thought about economic immigration and economic development. Please for the love of god. How did unlimited immigration become a platform of people calling themselves radical socialists?

  30. We need a new name for the Ferguson Effect that we’re now seeing post-BLM protests.

    The Floyd Effect?

  31. anon[309] • Disclaimer says:
    @bomag

    It is quite remarkable the energy put into policing racial thinking in this day and age.

    Other times in history one can find similar efforts. The East German STASI had a huge web of informers, perhaps 30% of the entire population of East Germany. Someone in the STASI had to read and process all those informer reports, file them, analyze them, etc. Romania allegedly tapped every telephone conversation in the country until the 1980’s, how many people were tied up with that? Could they have been doing something useful, like sweeping a street?

    Expending ever larger amounts of energy on “minders” is not a good sign for a society.

  32. peterike says:

    Systemic racism is a dumbing down of what Liberals used to push as “root causes” to crime. But since “root causes” can be fixed, and since fixing them didn’t change anything, and since there was still a suggestion of personal responsibility, it had to go. Systemic racism is much better, as it’s unproveable either way. “Microaggressions” is another one.

    Mock all you like, but this verbal legerdemain has been incredibly successful. Millions believe this stuff and don’t question it one bit.

  33. What explains the poverty of Ethiopia? Was only colonized by Europeans for less than ten years. What racism caused that poverty?

  34. Anon[369] • Disclaimer says:
    @unit472

    With government revenues in free fall and pension benefits eating up what little remains these sinecures are coming to an end and with them the demise of the black middleclass so ‘systemic racism is only going to get worse as the negro is the least essential employee in both the corporate and public sectors.

    Not to mention the catastrophic risk of doing business with certain employees and customers, and in certain geographic areas. The BLM, black entitlement movement will end up hurting the majority of decent blacks. But since the majority of them played up the issue of [statistically rare] police shootings and undefined “systematic racism” so be it.

    The left is forcing those who not onboard with their agenda to operate as functioning psychopaths. But maybe that’s not such a bad thing in the end? We’ve seen where speaking your opinion— or even the truth— gets you. The loss of your livelihood or your life. We’ve seen where relying on law, justice, hard work, and playing by the rules gets you. Nah, fuck that. Talk the walk. Carpe Tenebris. Train yourself to be a consummate calculating psychopath. Mirror those you interact with. Think as you like but behave like others. Assume formlessness. Pose as a friend, work as a spy…

  35. Redman says:
    @Carol

    I have a close journalist friend who’s risen to the top at a pretty large city newspaper. We went to an Ivy school together in the late 1980s/early 1990s, and he and his news group have won 3 Pulitzer prizes. He’s appeared on MSNBC, NPR,PBS Frontline and so forth.

    We recently discussed the BLM movement, and I was very surprised at his reluctant to even partially attribute racial disparities in income and test scores to culture (i.e. The Culture of Poverty). Now at the age of 50, he has fully accepted “systemic racism” as the cause of all black ills. When we were young, he had a natural skepticism of the black power movements of the early 1990s and still accepted culture being a substantial contributing factor.

    I refrained from even suggesting the possible significance of genetics and IQ for fear he would ostracize me completely. My own view is that a difficult to untangle combination of genetic and cultural factors are at play. But the current MSM narrative seeks even to deny (or significantly downplay) the impact of cultural factors. The “mysticism” of the current narrative is a spot on characterization.

  36. epebble says:
    @Altai

    Interesting to see countries Head over heels to get HKers:

    https://www.nationalreview.com/2020/07/let-hong-kongers-come-to-the-united-states/

    How will the politics look if we close the border for Central Americans and make Fast Track for HKers? The Fastest growing demographic may not like this.

  37. anon[369] • Disclaimer says:

    Or miasma as the cause of infectious disease. It was most popular in its final form promoted by that lady in white, Florence Nightingale. Then came Pasteur.

  38. @YetAnotherAnon

    Along with howto recognise witches were all taught at Harvard

  39. Jack D says:
    @Wilkey

    Agree with the main thrust of your comments but I don’t think it’s right to say that the Dominican Republic is “mostly Amerind “. Not even close. Most of the native Taino died of disease or conditions of slavery and the much more fertile Africans that the Spanish brought in to replace them as plantation labor soon outnumbered them.

    In modern days and according to genealogical DNA testing, the genetic makeup of the Dominican population is estimated to be 52% European, 40% Sub‐Saharan African, and 8% Native American‐Taino (Montinaro et al. 2015). The general population of the country is divided into three ethno‐racial groups. Mulattoes or mixed race Dominicans are 73% of the population. They are mainly of African and European descent. White Europeans of mainly Spanish and French descent compose 16% of the population and Black Africans compose the remaining 11%.

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4867558/#:~:text=In%20modern%20days%20and%20according,%E2%80%90Taino%20(Montinaro%20et%20al.&text=Mulattoes%20or%20mixed%20race%20Dominicans,of%20African%20and%20European%20descent.

    The difference in the DR vs Haiti is that (1) the mixed race group is roughly 1/2 white, which is enough whiteness to boost the average IQ and (2) they never killed their 100% white minority so there were enough white people around to own and run efficient businesses in which the mulattoes could be employed. As you can see in S. Africa, you can keep a modern economy going with circa 10% white people, as long as the blacks are willing to restrain themselves from killing/expelling them. Once you get rid of ALL the white people, then it’s next stop Zimbabwe. The fact that our elites imagine that it will be Wakanda and not Zimbabwe shows what a fantasy world they are living in.

  40. Not only has Black been capitalised in modern parlance, so too, apparently, has the hairstyle hitherto known as the afro.

    At a casting session this year, while watching a tape test for a Daily Essentials host who was a Black man with an Afro, Katzenberg said the man didn’t look “authoritative.” Content executive Shawna Thomas, an Emmy-winning journalist from Vice News and NBC, was used to the political incorrectness endemic to casting conversations, but as a discussion of the candidate’s hair went on and on, she felt increasingly uncomfortable and left the room to avoid becoming visibly upset.

    https://www.vulture.com/2020/07/is-anyone-watching-quibi.html

    The only other hairstyle I can think of to be granted that honour is the Mohican.

  41. Found a good definition of “Systemic Racism” online:

    “That which ensues when two races attempt to share the same system.”

  42. Dumbo says:
    @Altai

    He may feel safer, but do women in Japan feel safer with him there?

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

  43. epebble says:

    Surprising nobody found this juicy story before:

    Professor Who Asked Student to ‘Anglicize’ Her Name Is Put on Leave

    Matthew Hubbard, a mathematics professor in Oakland, Calif., said his emails to Phuc Bui Diem Nguyen, a Vietnamese-American college freshman, were both a “mistake” and “offensive.”

    https://www.nytimes.com/2020/06/21/us/phuc-bui-diem-nguyen-laney-college.html

  44. @RichardTaylor

    “our people” meaning Americans being killed mostly by other Americans?

  45. @Pop Warner

    I’ve always thought of it as something like that, an invisible unquantifiable magical force that explains all disparities.

    Like “spooky action at a distance,” but even spookier.

    Voodoo sociology.

  46. Anonymous[339] • Disclaimer says:
    @Pop Warner

    There are disparities in achievement between the races. These disparities are caused by systemic racism. The evidence for systemic racism is that there are disparities in achievement between the races. They use the disparity itself as evidence that the disparity is caused by systemic racism.

    It is foolish to take the other side’s propaganda as being only smoke. Effective propaganda has a nub of truth in it, somewhere. Let’s look for the nub in “systematic racism”.

    Jordan Peterson has commented that “systemic racism” is simply the result of a society set up to be comfortable to the people who established them. IMHO, he is correct.

    Note that the disparities in success form “systematic racism” change with majority races. Examples: There are no PRC cities run by Whites. There are no sub-Saharan African countries or cities run by European descended Whites. There are no Middle Eastern cities run by European Descended Whites. The European Descended Whites simply lack (and would not want to have) the qualities needed to run the above societies.
    Conversely, the East Asians, Sub-Saharan, and Middle Eastern people tend to be excluded from independent leadership positions in the US. They lack (and would not want to have) the qualities needed to run a US organization, and after the POTUS Obama fiasco would not be elected to lead the USA.

    And that’s the nub of truth in “systematic racism”, a nub found in every human society on Earth.

    “Systematic racism” as defined above thus becomes synonymous with “the society of another racial group”, and the demands of a racial group that “systematic racism” be abolished are demands that another racial group replace their society with the society of the demanding group. The name for such a replacement is “genocide”, (UN definition, https://www.un.org/en/genocideprevention/genocide.shtml).

    This kind of genocide is not only perfectly legal in the US, it is compulsory. (see: C. Caldwell, _The Age of Entitlement_, 2020/01). The Supreme Court decision invalidating POTUS Trump’s actions on DACA is not only perfectly legal, it is consistent with all judicial interpretations of the 1964 Civil Rights Act. In very general terms, the law’s interpretation is that “In a conflict between European Descended White and POC, the POC’s interests dominate the White’s interest”.

    It’s amazing what can be done by playing word games with a controlled media. Genocide is written into US law, and has been since 1965. Moreover, “genocide” is now a moral imperative enforced by street fighters from BLM, Antifa, and related groups. That’s why the death threats against European Descended Whites have become more overt.

  47. Anonymous[186] • Disclaimer says:

    Reminder: “Karen” is a racial slur that has come to prominence to label a demanding, middle-aged white woman, who preferably isn’t Jewish, displaying a sense of overbearing entitlement in various societal confrontations.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  48. Finn says:

    The only thing I want to know about Steve Sailer is whether he’s wearing a mask or not; and if he is, why.

  49. I’m humbled to be honored with a boldface headline, with ligature intact, to boot. Thank you.

    However, as the scorpion told the frog, I cannot act against my nature:

    iSteve commenter…

    Sentences in English always start with a capital letter! Brand names don’t get a waiver.

    • LOL: BenKenobi
  50. @EliteCommInc.

    The word “systemic”, when applied to human organisations, is solely applicable in a spiritual sense.

    The word “systematic” would be the concrete alternative.

    Systematic means that there are specific laws, policies and individuals who are, in the case of racism, using race as the reason for prejudicial discrimination.

    An example is “affirmative action”, it is a clear policy which is prejudicial to white people because of the colour of their skin. It is therefore a discrete policy that can be identified and dealt with.

    Systemic, on the other hand, means that nothing can be identified, because the problem is in the invisible gap between people. It is a spiritual allegation. It is also convenient because, while it can never be proven, so it cannot be disproven. This allows for ever increasing demands.

    Naturally, the most common excuse for systematic racism is an allegation of systemic racism. The invisible evil makes the actual evil somehow good.

    Of course, an invisible evil, projected out onto the world, is the haunting dream of the painfully unaware, and such painful unawareness rarely has a limited effect on the person.

    First, it tortures them, and then, it causes them to want to torture everyone else. It also manifests in other unhinged behaviour. This is why #BLMers are so often obviously at war with themselves, just as so many of the Unz internet Nazis are.

    [MORE]

    To note though, one mistake, when people see these extreme moral narcissists, is to reject one’s feelings entirely.

    After all, if these people are driven so crazy by their feelings, then feelings themselves are dementing.

    Yet, and this is crucial, it isn’t the feelings which are the problem, but the 28 Days Later style zombies’ inability to bring their awareness to those feelings and sit with them. If they did so, they would not lead them astray at all.

    In fact, without those feelings, you end up with a (usually) more masochistic strain of the moral narcissist. Whereas the ordinary type takes on beliefs to try to feel that they are “good” or important, the masochist tries to do the same, but by damning themselves.

    These latter figures are more coldly vampiric. Unsurprisingly, they haunt the dreams of the enraged zombies just as enraged zombies haunt the dreams of the coldly vampiric.

    One is awareness, but with no focus on their own energy, and the other is energy, but with no awareness.

    There have always been people who are consciously lopsided in these ways, probably even the vast majority of people. They create and reinforce each other in family dynamics, relationships and life. What is new(-ish) though, is that this dynamic has taken over politics and public thought. The political has become intensely personal, even paradoxically, for those, like the cold vampires, who have forgotten what personal is.

    Moral narcissism today, moral narcissism tomorrow, moral narcissism forever, at least, in the absence of a genuine spiritual revival/awakening.

    Let us therefore hope, in the meantime, for smart and integrated leaders who can spot the strands that such narcissists are latching onto and skillfully guide and weave those threads to make something useful.

  51. YouTube is quietly banning all channels that engage in HBD crime think under the new rule eliminating speech that claims any race is “superior” to another. (I noticed all content from Amren and The Alternative Hypothesis have been erased. I’m sure there’re many more). It was bad enough to conduct HBD research 10 years ago. Will it find a way to survive in academia? The elite clearly do not want ANY discussion of race differences. What of all the progress on GWAS and MRIs etc?

    This probably won’t be the first purge. Where will it end? When Biden’s SCOTUS reinterprets that the 1st Amendment does not allow “hate speech”?

  52. @The Alarmist

    Reg Caesar= Car Grease. LOL.. Just joking Reg..

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  53. @Pop Warner

    “an invisible unquantifiable magical force that explains all disparities”

    I don’t think the people pushing this theory from the top, like Richard Stone who pushed it on poor William MacPherson , can believe it for a moment, unless they operate on the prior of the goyim being innately evil.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Stone_(campaigner)

    But at the receiving end of the theory, it’s redolent of witchcraft, of the bad white juju that somehow leaves black kids in the bad schools, black adults in the insecure jobs, black young men in jail or the morgue after “gunfire breaks out” as it so often does.

    In the UK over the last two decades there have been several cases of people (usually kids) being killed either for “being witches” or during exorcisms. The belief is out there.

    https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/witchcraft-possession-child-abuse-murders-warning-figures-spirits-faith-belief-action-call-a8214196.html

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/london/4608943.stm

  54. Kronos says:
    @Inquiring Mind

    All I know is that those signs they walk in front of are in Japanese.

  55. Anon87 says:
    @Clip Carson

    The very few blacks I saw in Japan were VERY shady looking. Like Capt. Phillips shady. I kept my eyes open and kept walking without saying anything about it, but later my wife even mentioned how they looked like serious trouble. We both wondered how and why they were there.

  56. “An example is “affirmative action”, it is a clear policy which is prejudicial to white people because of the colour of their skin. It is therefore a discrete policy that can be identified and dealt with.

    Systemic, on the other hand, means that nothing can be identified, because the problem is in the invisible gap between people. It is a spiritual allegation. It is also convenient because, while it can never be proven, so it cannot be disproven. This allows for ever increasing demands.”

    Laughing.

    Nonsense. Whites are the primary stakeholders of AA. They have been since its inception. That the best you can do.

    AA. Which benefits more whites than african americans —. In 200 plus years red lining, criminal justice, housing, you could even bypass slavery and jim crow, lending practices, insurance, healthhcare . . . radio ad television ownership and the television station ownership always strikes me as odd because there were plenty of black owned stations — but they were told there simply were no more signals to be had – a lie on its face, brought to bare in full when cable arrived and suddenly there were than could be had.

    The entertainment industry . . . even Mr. Bill O’Reilley dug up a little known fact that the Lone Ranger was based on a black Texas Marshal. Laughing you want systemic — get a load of the shock and awe the Cosby Show —-

    Acknowledging the we as a nation have targeted black uniquely is not the end of the world because practices put in place 200, 100, fifty year ago still have effect.

    Nut as I stated, for a site in which nearly every article ends with how jews are destroying the world — the US at least. A reference that discrimination based on skin color should be a hop skip and jump. Ok maybe just a hop.

  57. @Anonymous

    New ‘Costco Karen’ Sighting —throws 3-yr-old type tantrum— sits on the floor and won’t leave because “this is America..” —tries to lie about medical condition then changes her mind

    Costco itself threw a tantrum in Sunnysomething, Calif., a suburb of L.A., and got the city council to “condemn” a perfectly functional church in order to expand its parking lot. That’s why I will never shop in the Satanic beast.

  58. @bruce county

    I like it. It’s worthy of the Magliozzi brothers.

    Do you get Caaah Tawk in Canada?

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  59. Escher says:

    Black Lives Matter

    Ve batter scam kill

    German agitators

  60. @Reg Cæsar

    No that I haven’t seen it or heard it. .. I will check them out.
    Internet is hard to connect to in my igloo..Adlartok doesn’t like standing out in the cold with a coat hanger anymore.

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