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From my new column in Taki’s Magazine on some larger lessons from the Kenosha riots:

The Social Construction of Black Self-Destruction
Steve Sailer

August 26, 2020

Egged on by Joe Biden and Wisconsin governor Tony Evers, a mob of Black Lives Matter rioters has been burning down Kenosha, Wis. They are angry over the latest police shooting of yet another black criminal who assumed he is racially entitled to resist arrest.

The new Zeroth Amendment to the Constitution reads “No Black man must submit to being arrested if He’s really not in the mood to be arrested.”

(The old Zeroth Amendment—“Everybody on Earth has the right to immigrate to America and Americans aren’t allowed to object”—was demoted to the Negative First Amendment about the time in June it was decided that blacks are now Blacks.)

As the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reported:

Police arrived and wanted to talk with [Jacob] Blake, but he wasn’t interested and started putting his kids in the car to leave, the neighbor said.

One of the matters the cops may have wished to speak to Blake about was his open warrant for felony sexual assault. But in 2020, if he’s not interested, a Black man doesn’t have to discuss his warrant with nobody.

So, Blake fell to brawling with the police. Eventually he was tased, but without apparent effect. …

Read the whole thing there.

Overnight, there were several shootings during the third night of Kenosha riots.

 
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  1. Meanwhile, it looks like the joggaloo is about to start in Wisconsin.

    • Replies: @guest
    @Thomas

    How I always imagined it:

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=0iqLhdInGrk

    Replies: @Thomas

    , @ThreeCranes
    @Thomas

    See the guy in black hoodie, light blue jeans carrying the skate board @ 33 seconds in the lower video?

    Go to Daily Mail here; https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8665383/One-shot-dead-two-wounded-BLM-protesters-defy-curfew-Kenosha.html

    Scroll down and look at the still pictures, the third and fifth pictures down (not counting the video up top). That's him taking one in the chest, and later, lying dead in the street.

    , @Seneca44
    @Thomas

    First wave of resistance to the mayhem is poorly organized and executed, but hopefully they will learn. I'm not a military guy, but the strategy of being in the crowd with guns doesn't seem smart. I think they need elevation, position, and strength in numbers if they want to turn the destructive tide.

  2. Anonymous[387] • Disclaimer says:

    This calls for an immediate, full and transparent investigation and the officers must be held accountable.

    Presumably, Mr. Blake is going to be held accountable for his decision to resist arrest and/or pull a weapon on police officers as well, right Mr. Biden?

    Am I the only one hoping that Blake being in a wheelchair will give other blacks pause before they start fighting with cops?

    (Also: is that horrible BLM flag graphic at the top of the story all over the Intertubes now? Talk about hijacking a national symbol for political gain.)

    • Agree: bomag, SMK
    • Replies: @SMK
    @Anonymous

    What's the point of a "full and transparent investigation, " BLM Joe," when you and Gov. Evers and nearly all blacks and leftists of all races presume then guilty even if the facts prove that they're innocent and acted in obvious self-defense. The presumption of guilt irrespective of the facts and circumstances. Presumed guilty until proven innocent beyond any doubt or, for many if not most blacks and white leftists, guilty even if proven innocent beyond any doubt.

  3. open warrant for felony sexual assault

    Oh yeah! It’s one of those crimes that’s the Worst Thing In The World when a white guy does it. But in the present case, what are you looking at, racist?

    • LOL: bomag
    • Replies: @TomSchmidt
    @Mike Pierson, Davenport Rector, Midfielder

    Don't forget that, under Biden's VAWA, police have no discretion but to arrest in domestic violence calls. Be nice to make Biden disavow that for temporary political advantage.

  4. Anonymous[518] • Disclaimer says:

    Wisconsin shootings tonight are an escalation that shouldn’t have happened until say Oct. This has come early. Watch out.

    Every top player in WashDC wanted this thing ramped up and now it’s really starting. They’re forcing the whole country to ride the tiger for the next 70 days & nights.

    Ten more weekends to go before the election! Plus all the weekdays now must be considered danger zones also. Because now we know people are getting shot on Tuesday.

    Think the internet has the ability to make 1968 type election violence much worse. Stay safe Unzers

  5. Shit just got real in Kenosha. The Governor should be recalled. He has a lot of blood on his hands.

    • Replies: @Cloudbuster
    @Anonymous

    As rioters edge into red state America, they discover, to their surprise, that it is not Portland.

    , @Joe Stalin
    @Anonymous


    Multiple gunshots are fired after people chased a guy with a rifle. Rifle dude tripped and fell. He fired his gun at a guy who jumped on top of him.
     
    Even in the Detroit riots of 1967, it appears to have been SOP to mount a bayonet on your rifle for riots.

    https://youtu.be/jevo0U3K9K8?t=65

    It's unfortunate that many of the off-the-shelf ARs and other rifles just don't have provisions to mount a bayonet. The manufacturers must just gotten use to the anti-military-style weapons regulations that prohibited bayonet lugs.

    https://i0.wp.com/www.thenewrifleman.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/IMG_3731.jpg

    Your primary home defense rifle needs to be able to take a bayonet, and you need to have a bayonet ready to mount to it. You scoff, of course. You think, “I’ll just shoot them. The military hasn’t used bayonets in years”. But I ask you to remember what you’ve seen on the nightly news for the last few weeks and think about it. What are you going to do when you find yourself in the middle of a violent mob that will rush you and kick your head into the pavement if they decide they don’t like you? The military may have abandoned the bayonet, but I’m not in the military.

    First, it serves as a psychological motivation for people to keep away from you. Occasionally, pointing guns at people does not seem to have an effect. I know a man who spent time in the military over in Iraq and he commented that he could point a gun and angrily shout commands, but when he reached for his knife people started to take him seriously. Why is that? I think it’s because most people have not been shot, but everyone has been cut or stabbed by something at some point in their lives. Most of us understand blades at a much deeper psychological level than we do bullets. If a mob rushes upon you to do violence, a gun pointed at them may not deter them much if they don’t think you will use it (shooting it probably will), but if there’s a bayonet on the end of it, they will avoid it. If they rush you, you don’t have to take much action; they will be the ones injuring themselves. No one hates their own body, but cherishes it and cares for it. Nobody will willingly impale or cut themselves. A bayonet is like barbed or razor wire for your person, clearly stating “STAY BACK”.

    https://www.thenewrifleman.com/your-rifle-needs-a-bayonet/
     
    , @anon
    @Anonymous

    Here's video of a bad guy getting shot in the bicep/elbow after trying to beat an armed guy who'd fallen to the ground (click "VIEW"). And the aftermath (gore warning).

  6. Anonymous[518] • Disclaimer says:

    Videos of shootings

    https://mobile.twitter.com/MarkDice

    https://mobile.twitter.com/ElijahSchaffer

    This thing is gonna go supernova in the media tomorrow… lefties will think it’s perfect way to derail RNC… but no… the right is only going to become more energized.

    WE ARE ALL TRAPPED ON THE WRONG SIDE OF THE RATCHET NOW

    • Replies: @ThreeCranes
    @Anonymous

    All three shootings appear to be self defense.

    First, (shot in head) threw a molotov cocktail at him. Second, tall dude wailed at him with his skate board*. Third (wounded in the arm) pistol wielding attacker.

    This should be interesting.

    Antifa believe that they can do anything and get away with it. Like spoiled children. Then when real consequences follow, they are shocked and surprised.

    Now don't you chickensh!ts condemn the shooter out of hand. Time to put your money where your mouth is and back him up. He was attacked repeatedly and he defended himself.

    *Don't believe that a skate board is a deadly weapon? Then stand there while I hit you on the head with one. A four foot long board with solid aluminum trucks packs a wallop. That's a long lever arm, just like a baseball bat.

    Replies: @anon

    , @Mr. Anon
    @Anonymous


    This thing is gonna go supernova in the media tomorrow…
     
    All the people killed and injured appear to be white. As of this morning, Drudge doesn't have it on his banner - only down lower in the article list. So clearly, Drudge doesn't think this story will hurt Trump.
  7. I

    The Democrat’s idea might be this: Since there is a big social problem, it might well be a good deal to just change the rules a bit in favor of the group of people (Blacks) who are at the center of our big social problem.

    II

    Postmodernism/deconstructivism enabled this strategy by pointing out that the rules themselves were a root cause of the social problems in representing not fairness, but naked symbolic power – and thus fierce oppression. – cf. Jordan B. Petersons perfectly clear remarks on this topic – and Steven Pinker in Enlightenment Now! and Jürgen Habermas’ even more elaborated analysis in The Philosophical Dicourse of Modernity, 1985. –

    – Jürgen Habermas was among the first who saw the postmodern/deconstructivist theorem going off the rails. His friend Richard Rorty followed him with Achieving Our Country, in which he somehow predicted Trump’s victory as a necessary political result of the deconstructivist identity politics (I wondered lately if the old Richard Rorty did look into V-Dare once or twice, when he wrote this astonishing little book of socio-political analysis – subject for further research)).

    • Replies: @vinteuil
    @Dieter Kief

    Dude - You're always on about Habermas - quite possibly the least interesting Herr-Doktor-Professor of all time.

    Roger Scruton totally had his number in Thinkers of the New Left.

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

    And Richard Rorty? That silliest of silly old fools? You've got to be kidding.

    Look: if you think think they've written something insightful, quote it. Don't just wave your hands in the general direction of their barely readable books that nobody (I mean, quite literally, nobody) on this site will ever so much as glance at.

    Replies: @James O'Meara, @Dieter Kief, @res

  8. I

    The Democrats idea might be this: Since there is a big social problem, it might well be a good deal to just change the rules a bit in favor of the group of people (Blacks) who are at the center of our big social problem.

    II

    Postmodernism/deconstructivism enabled this strategy by pointing out that the rules themselves were a root cause of the social problems in representing not fairness, but naked symbolic power – and thus fierce oppression. – cf. Jordan B. Petersons perfectly clear remarks on this topic – and Steven Pinker in Enlightenment Now! and Jürgen Habermas’ even more elaborated analysis in The Philosophical Dicourse of Modernity, 1985. –

    – Jürgen Habermas was among the first who saw the postmodern/deconstructivist theorem going off the rails. His friend Richard Rorty followed him with Achieving Our Country – Letists Thought in Twentieth Century America, 1998***, in which he somehow predicted Trump’s victory as a necessary political result of the deconstructivist identity politics .

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

    • Thanks: El Dato
    • Replies: @danand
    @Dieter Kief


    “...postmodern/deconstructivist theorem going off the rails.”
     
    Diet, speaking of Hitler Youths:

    https://twitter.com/AHaridopolos/status/1298276893893033984?s=20
    , @danand
    @Dieter Kief


    “...postmodern/deconstructivist theorem going off the rails.”
     
    Diet, speaking of Hitler Youths:

    https://twitter.com/AHaridopolos/status/1298276893893033984?s=20

    Replies: @Dieter Kief

    , @danand
    @Dieter Kief


    “...postmodern/deconstructivist theorem going off the rails.”
     
    Diet, speaking of Hitler Youths

    https://twitter.com/AHaridopolos/status/1298276893893033984?s=20

    Replies: @Known Fact

  9. Blake fell to brawling with the police. Eventually he was tased, but without apparent effect.

    Someone here suggested that the cops need phasers from Star Trek that they can just set to “stun” and then we’ll have no more problems. Why can’t we just have tasers that you can set to “negro” ?

    Can’t Silicon Valley help out with something like this?

    • Agree: Mike Tre
    • LOL: theMann, Gunga Din, kikz
    • Replies: @Ron Mexico
    @Mike Pierson, Davenport Rector, Midfielder

    K9s are the answer. Well trained K9s.

    Replies: @Skylark Thibedeau, @Mike Pierson, Davenport Rector, Midfielder, @travis

  10. Former Caucasian Shaun King is working hard to dox the officer who allegedly shot the black perp who was resisting arrest:

    https://twitter.com/shaunking/status/1298449333617135622?s=20

    https://twitter.com/shaunking/status/1298463330882015234?s=20

    • Replies: @Louis Renault
    @Anonymous

    And Anonymous 285 is doing the same thing here.

    , @Mr. Anon
    @Anonymous


    Former Caucasian Shaun King......................
     
    I saw someone refer to Shaun King as "Talcum X".
  11. From the Taki’s article:

    Will anybody dare inform blacks that they are the architects of their own troubles, and that the most effective way to deal with negative stereotypes about them is to stop committing so many murders?

    Off the cuff, I’d say that this will happen when their propensity toward violent crime ceases to serve the objectives of the Ruling Class, and not one moment before. I doubt I’ll live to see the day.

    Good essay btw.

  12. anonymous[660] • Disclaimer says:

    OT

    Tucker Carlson abandoned Blake Neff. He gave an interview to an online media business publication. https://www.mediaite.com/news/tucker-carlson-talks-fox-his-ex-writer-blake-neff-and-how-republicans-hate-trumps-ideas-in-premiere-episode-of-the-interview/

    Tucker is now denying Blake Neff was ever the head writer. He was just some employee.

    Now I wanted to talk to you a little bit about Blake Neff. He was the head writer of your show for more than three years, and then he resigned.

    He was the head writer?

    That’s what CNN reported.

    He was a writer on the show. I write a lot of the show. We don’t have a head writer, but whatever. He worked on the show for three years-ish.

    Tucker seems to suggest he was the one who called the shots to fire Blake. It wasn’t Fox executives who ordered the firing as many of us thought or hoped…hoping Tucker had more integrity.

    I mean I said what I believe, as always, which is, I didn’t agree with what Blake wrote, I told him that, he left the show as a result of it, he lost his job, and what he wrote had no effect at any level on the show. It had nothing to do with the show. It was wholly distinct from the show.

    Tucker is distancing himself from Blake. It’s not hard to see the denial and distancing would be even more intensified if he were ever to be linked to Sailer. I have a feeling people will start calling attention to similarities between Tucker and Sailer. After Blake left, I notice Tucker has resorted to more blatant ripping off of Sailer’s ideas like labeling the rioters as the “coalition of the miserable”. Obviously inspired by Sailer’s coalition of the fringes. I think Tucker has to do this now that he is short-handed on writing talent.

    • Replies: @Dan Hayes
    @anonymous

    So another of my hitherto political heroes has proven to have feet of clay! How Sad.

    , @Anonymous
    @anonymous

    It wasn’t Fox executives who ordered the firing as many of us thought or hoped…hoping Tucker had more integrity.
     

    I don't know what people are complaining about at this point. Did not Tucker Carlson make it plain enough what sort of person he is?

    When the Blake Neff business manifested itself, Tucker Carlson could simply have stood up and said:

    I don't know what Blake Neff said in his spare time, but whatever he said, he is still my friend. If the people who run this show fire him, then I will leave as well, because that's what friends do.

     

    Of course, rather than standing by him, Carlson threw Neff to the wolves, then took off on some silly fishing trip for a few days to salve his conscience.

    (Because that's what people with integrity do, right?)

    The folks who think Tucker Carlson should still be taken seriously after that are doubtless the same ones who still believe Donald Trump gives a toss about white people after he has spent the last four years screwing them over whilst loudly proclaiming he is on their side.

    Useful idiots, indeed.

    Replies: @Redman

    , @HammerJack
    @anonymous

    Much more dangerously, he's short-handed on sponsors. Funny how the cable show with the most viewers in television history can't find sponsors.

    An analogy which isn't too far-fetched is how the entire world was opposed to Donald Trump in 2016, except for the voters.

    , @Dieter Kief
    @anonymous

    Fortunately, I'd say, there might be a few holes in your story. Tucker Carlson is not necessarily the bad man here.

    Replies: @res

    , @Anonymous
    @anonymous

    Cucker Carson.

  13. The Social Construction of Black Self-Destruction

    Soundtrack for Steve’s headline, complete with White revolutionary poseurs and aggrieved Black woman:

  14. Steve i think this is key:

    Is much of this destruction being shown on television? I seldom watch national news on TV, but instead search out information that I find significant on the Web, so I have been surprised by how oblivious many less curious people seem to be about the pillaging of our cities this summer. The media’s attitude at present is obviously: If it’s not good for the Biden campaign, it’s not news.

    Whether they’re doing it for Biden / Dems explicitly or just out of some sort of some overwhelming desire to not ever show blacks in a bad light i don’t know, but the MSM news is now just hiding the news. It’s Baghdad Bob level…

    and i can’t quite believe it’s happening

    • Agree: bomag
  15. @Thomas
    Meanwhile, it looks like the joggaloo is about to start in Wisconsin.

    https://twitter.com/Julio_Rosas11/status/1298474730966659072?s=19

    Replies: @guest, @ThreeCranes, @Seneca44

    How I always imagined it:

    • Replies: @Thomas
    @guest

    https://youtu.be/OqWM-tXtoBU

  16. Kenosha only has a negro population of about 10,000 people. If we exclude those over 50 as being too old to riot and those under 15 as being too young we are left with about half the population being of riot age . Since 60% of negro women are obese and a sizable portion have children it is unrealistic to believe 50% of young negro women are capable of or available for rioting. So we have about 2500 black males and some smaller number of black females available for riot duty. Since some sizable percentage of Kenosha’s black males would already be in jail or prison we really only have maybe 2000 black males who are healthy enough and available for riot duty

    I don’t know how many times I have heard that the ‘vast majority’ of negroes are law abiding citizens but this is clearly not true. Seems the vast majority of young black males are now perfectly willing to engage in serious criminal activity.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @unit472

    I wonder how many riot fans there are who drove in from Milwaukee and Chicago?

    Replies: @George

    , @Seneca44
    @unit472

    A substantial number of the "mostly peaceful"/s demonstrators are misguided, ill informed, mind numbed with propaganda robotic whites.

    Replies: @Redman

    , @Barnard
    @unit472


    Since 60% of negro women are obese and a sizable portion have children it is unrealistic to believe 50% of young negro women are capable of or available for rioting.
     
    You honestly think both being obese and having small children at home would prevent black women from participating in riots? The average woman participating probably has at least one preschooler at home watching Cardi B videos while she goes looting.
    , @Known Fact
    @unit472

    This should have been a new question on the 2020 Census: How many members of your household are riot-abled?

    , @Harry Baldwin
    @unit472

    I don’t know how many times I have heard that the ‘vast majority’ of negroes are law abiding citizens but this is clearly not true.

    One third of black men have felony convictions, so yes, it's misleading to say the ‘vast majority’ of them are law abiding.

    , @AceDeuce
    @unit472

    Finally, people are starting to f 'ing get it.

    YES

    "Law-abiding blacks" are like "Moderate Muslims".

    Don't trust a f 'ing single one of them.

  17. @Dieter Kief
    I

    The Democrats idea might be this: Since there is a big social problem, it might well be a good deal to just change the rules a bit in favor of the group of people (Blacks) who are at the center of our big social problem.

    II

    Postmodernism/deconstructivism enabled this strategy by pointing out that the rules themselves were a root cause of the social problems in representing not fairness, but naked symbolic power - and thus fierce oppression. - cf. Jordan B. Petersons perfectly clear remarks on this topic - and Steven Pinker in Enlightenment Now! and Jürgen Habermas' even more elaborated analysis in The Philosophical Dicourse of Modernity, 1985. -

    - Jürgen Habermas was among the first who saw the postmodern/deconstructivist theorem going off the rails. His friend Richard Rorty followed him with Achieving Our Country - Letists Thought in Twentieth Century America, 1998***, in which he somehow predicted Trump's victory as a necessary political result of the deconstructivist identity politics .

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

    Replies: @danand, @danand, @danand

    “…postmodern/deconstructivist theorem going off the rails.”

    Diet, speaking of Hitler Youths:

    https://twitter.com/AHaridopolos/status/1298276893893033984?s=20

  18. @Dieter Kief
    I

    The Democrats idea might be this: Since there is a big social problem, it might well be a good deal to just change the rules a bit in favor of the group of people (Blacks) who are at the center of our big social problem.

    II

    Postmodernism/deconstructivism enabled this strategy by pointing out that the rules themselves were a root cause of the social problems in representing not fairness, but naked symbolic power - and thus fierce oppression. - cf. Jordan B. Petersons perfectly clear remarks on this topic - and Steven Pinker in Enlightenment Now! and Jürgen Habermas' even more elaborated analysis in The Philosophical Dicourse of Modernity, 1985. -

    - Jürgen Habermas was among the first who saw the postmodern/deconstructivist theorem going off the rails. His friend Richard Rorty followed him with Achieving Our Country - Letists Thought in Twentieth Century America, 1998***, in which he somehow predicted Trump's victory as a necessary political result of the deconstructivist identity politics .

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

    Replies: @danand, @danand, @danand

    “…postmodern/deconstructivist theorem going off the rails.”

    Diet, speaking of Hitler Youths:

    https://twitter.com/AHaridopolos/status/1298276893893033984?s=20

    • Replies: @Dieter Kief
    @danand

    Almost like a drugged up Arthur Janov-style group therapy session. Not nice at all.

    (If you don't mind that I have a caveat: This is not what Nazis and/or Antifa did in the decline of the Weimar Republic. It is clearly related though, that's for sure.)

  19. @Dieter Kief
    I

    The Democrats idea might be this: Since there is a big social problem, it might well be a good deal to just change the rules a bit in favor of the group of people (Blacks) who are at the center of our big social problem.

    II

    Postmodernism/deconstructivism enabled this strategy by pointing out that the rules themselves were a root cause of the social problems in representing not fairness, but naked symbolic power - and thus fierce oppression. - cf. Jordan B. Petersons perfectly clear remarks on this topic - and Steven Pinker in Enlightenment Now! and Jürgen Habermas' even more elaborated analysis in The Philosophical Dicourse of Modernity, 1985. -

    - Jürgen Habermas was among the first who saw the postmodern/deconstructivist theorem going off the rails. His friend Richard Rorty followed him with Achieving Our Country - Letists Thought in Twentieth Century America, 1998***, in which he somehow predicted Trump's victory as a necessary political result of the deconstructivist identity politics .

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

    Replies: @danand, @danand, @danand

    “…postmodern/deconstructivist theorem going off the rails.”

    Diet, speaking of Hitler Youths

    https://twitter.com/AHaridopolos/status/1298276893893033984?s=20

    • Replies: @Known Fact
    @danand

    Good for her -- but where's a big bowl of hot tomato sauce when you really need it?

  20. @unit472
    Kenosha only has a negro population of about 10,000 people. If we exclude those over 50 as being too old to riot and those under 15 as being too young we are left with about half the population being of riot age . Since 60% of negro women are obese and a sizable portion have children it is unrealistic to believe 50% of young negro women are capable of or available for rioting. So we have about 2500 black males and some smaller number of black females available for riot duty. Since some sizable percentage of Kenosha's black males would already be in jail or prison we really only have maybe 2000 black males who are healthy enough and available for riot duty

    I don't know how many times I have heard that the 'vast majority' of negroes are law abiding citizens but this is clearly not true. Seems the vast majority of young black males are now perfectly willing to engage in serious criminal activity.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Seneca44, @Barnard, @Known Fact, @Harry Baldwin, @AceDeuce

    I wonder how many riot fans there are who drove in from Milwaukee and Chicago?

    • Replies: @George
    @Steve Sailer

    Since traffic is now highly monitored there is probably data that would answer that.

  21. @Mike Pierson, Davenport Rector, Midfielder

    Blake fell to brawling with the police. Eventually he was tased, but without apparent effect.
     
    Someone here suggested that the cops need phasers from Star Trek that they can just set to "stun" and then we'll have no more problems. Why can't we just have tasers that you can set to "negro" ?

    Can't Silicon Valley help out with something like this?

    Replies: @Ron Mexico

    K9s are the answer. Well trained K9s.

    • Replies: @Skylark Thibedeau
    @Ron Mexico

    But but but Bull Connor sicced the dogs on those poor Selma marchers. That's why we're not seeing dogs nor fire hoses.

    , @Mike Pierson, Davenport Rector, Midfielder
    @Ron Mexico

    Except for the fact that negroes have no compunction about shooting dogs and I like dogs.

    , @travis
    @Ron Mexico

    good idea, every police car should to patrol with a K9. Officers also need to use their batons more or get better tasers.

    since Rodney King , police fear using their billy clubs. Back then, the 2-foot solid piece of aluminum was an essential tool in the police officer's arsenal. In 1990, Los Angeles police officers used their batons 754 times during force incidents, more than any other weapon.

    But the infamous video marked the beginning of the end for the baton's reign. By 2015, LAPD officers used their batons just 54 times.

    The baton offers a dramatic example of how police behavior has changed since the King beating. Authorities said that officers stopped using them for a variety of reasons: Changes in rules and training and the rise of other types of less-lethal weapons, as well as the lasting stigma from those grainy images. https://www.policemag.com/356787/police-use-of-baton-down-since-rodney-king-incident-25-years-ago

    Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard

  22. In other countries, when there is a racially divisive event, politicians will appeal for calm. Sometimes they will even warn that anyone who takes the law into their own hands will be punished.

    It is both surprising and worrying that this is no longer the case in the USA. Instead of trying to discourage rioting, Biden and Evers gave permission for people to do whatever they wanted.

    • Agree: Gunga Din
    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
    @James N. Kennett


    In other countries, when there is a racially divisive event, politicians will appeal for calm.
     
    Yeah, when muslim terrorists butcher people, they call for Europeans to remain calm at the prospect of their butchering.
  23. Dozer is an awesome dog.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @James Speaks


    Dozer is an awesome dog.
     
    “a beautiful dog, a talented dog”

    https://twitter.com/Trump_Detester/status/1188468514371330049?s=20
  24. @danand
    @Dieter Kief


    “...postmodern/deconstructivist theorem going off the rails.”
     
    Diet, speaking of Hitler Youths:

    https://twitter.com/AHaridopolos/status/1298276893893033984?s=20

    Replies: @Dieter Kief

    Almost like a drugged up Arthur Janov-style group therapy session. Not nice at all.

    (If you don’t mind that I have a caveat: This is not what Nazis and/or Antifa did in the decline of the Weimar Republic. It is clearly related though, that’s for sure.)

  25. Hey, iSteve here’s some systematic for you.

    Section 8 is used to force blacks from Chicago to Harvey Illinois.
    Harvey Illinois has much less ability to tax things like sales to support itself.
    Harvey becomes even less attractive.
    Harvey cannot pay pensions left unfunded from when it was whiter and more populous.
    The retired police and fire ‘intercept’ sales tax on state grants to make sure they get paid.
    Harvey is forced to cut back even more.
    Come the 2020 covid rioting mobs of black youths, some from Harvey,pillage the ‘Magnificent Mile’.
    Like Harvey, Chicago is deprived of sales tax revenue.

    BTW, where are the ‘Hispanics’ in all this? I thought Hispanics were taking over?

    • Replies: @Jake
    @George

    Mexicans by and large are horrified and have decided even more that Gringos have no sense or balls or both when it comes to blacks.

    , @Joe Magarac
    @George


    BTW, where are the ‘Hispanics’ in all this? I thought Hispanics were taking over?
     
    Here in Chicago?

    They are protecting their own neighborhoods without calling attention to themselves. An incident or two at first, then all quiet. A few stories locally, but nothing in the national media.

    Not really taking over just yet, but definitely taking care of themselves.

    Replies: @res

  26. “Will anybody dare inform blacks that they are the architects of their own troubles, and that the most effective way to deal with negative stereotypes about them is to stop committing so many murders?”

    The genie is out of the bottle. Considering the black DNA that runs hard toward violence, the only way now to put that genie back in the bottle is to use military force. Unless blacks are forced to behave they will keep getting worse.

    The smart and most evil white Elites know that and want that.

  27. I suspicious fellow might start to think there is a great plan going on here, one ultimately aimed at the elimination of the Proletariat generally, and the Black Proles/Sub-Proles specifically.

    First encourage Blacks to run rampant, then wait for everyone else to get really fed up with their behavior. Let the Negroes burn down their own neighborhoods for the umpteenth time, leaving them completely dependent on the Welfare State for the most basic necessities, like food, then destroy the tax base of that Welfare State, by, for instance, a fraudulent health scare. Make sure that Blacks appear utterly lawless to surrounding White communities, who will spurn them in mass……..

    I wouldn’t give 2 cents for the life of any Negro in this Country.

  28. @George
    Hey, iSteve here's some systematic for you.

    Section 8 is used to force blacks from Chicago to Harvey Illinois.
    Harvey Illinois has much less ability to tax things like sales to support itself.
    Harvey becomes even less attractive.
    Harvey cannot pay pensions left unfunded from when it was whiter and more populous.
    The retired police and fire 'intercept' sales tax on state grants to make sure they get paid.
    Harvey is forced to cut back even more.
    Come the 2020 covid rioting mobs of black youths, some from Harvey,pillage the 'Magnificent Mile'.
    Like Harvey, Chicago is deprived of sales tax revenue.

    BTW, where are the 'Hispanics' in all this? I thought Hispanics were taking over?

    Replies: @Jake, @Joe Magarac

    Mexicans by and large are horrified and have decided even more that Gringos have no sense or balls or both when it comes to blacks.

  29. @Ron Mexico
    @Mike Pierson, Davenport Rector, Midfielder

    K9s are the answer. Well trained K9s.

    Replies: @Skylark Thibedeau, @Mike Pierson, Davenport Rector, Midfielder, @travis

    But but but Bull Connor sicced the dogs on those poor Selma marchers. That’s why we’re not seeing dogs nor fire hoses.

  30. Will anybody dare inform blacks that they are the architects of their own troubles, and that the most effective way to deal with negative stereotypes about them is to stop committing so many murders?

    Bill Cosby said something about black behavior and I think it’s one reason he got popped for stuff he’d been doing for a long time.

    • Agree: res
    • Replies: @John Milton’s Ghost
    @Jim Don Bob

    MeToo is completely selective and opportunistic. Predators stay in power as long as they’re useful to those in power. When they stray from the fold, or become a hindrance, suddenly their behavior is exposed.

  31. @Steve Sailer
    @unit472

    I wonder how many riot fans there are who drove in from Milwaukee and Chicago?

    Replies: @George

    Since traffic is now highly monitored there is probably data that would answer that.

  32. @Ron Mexico
    @Mike Pierson, Davenport Rector, Midfielder

    K9s are the answer. Well trained K9s.

    Replies: @Skylark Thibedeau, @Mike Pierson, Davenport Rector, Midfielder, @travis

    Except for the fact that negroes have no compunction about shooting dogs and I like dogs.

  33. @anonymous
    OT

    Tucker Carlson abandoned Blake Neff. He gave an interview to an online media business publication. https://www.mediaite.com/news/tucker-carlson-talks-fox-his-ex-writer-blake-neff-and-how-republicans-hate-trumps-ideas-in-premiere-episode-of-the-interview/

    Tucker is now denying Blake Neff was ever the head writer. He was just some employee.


    Now I wanted to talk to you a little bit about Blake Neff. He was the head writer of your show for more than three years, and then he resigned.

    He was the head writer?

    That’s what CNN reported.

    He was a writer on the show. I write a lot of the show. We don’t have a head writer, but whatever. He worked on the show for three years-ish.
     

    Tucker seems to suggest he was the one who called the shots to fire Blake. It wasn't Fox executives who ordered the firing as many of us thought or hoped...hoping Tucker had more integrity.

    I mean I said what I believe, as always, which is, I didn’t agree with what Blake wrote, I told him that, he left the show as a result of it, he lost his job, and what he wrote had no effect at any level on the show. It had nothing to do with the show. It was wholly distinct from the show.
     
    Tucker is distancing himself from Blake. It's not hard to see the denial and distancing would be even more intensified if he were ever to be linked to Sailer. I have a feeling people will start calling attention to similarities between Tucker and Sailer. After Blake left, I notice Tucker has resorted to more blatant ripping off of Sailer's ideas like labeling the rioters as the "coalition of the miserable". Obviously inspired by Sailer's coalition of the fringes. I think Tucker has to do this now that he is short-handed on writing talent.

    Replies: @Dan Hayes, @Anonymous, @HammerJack, @Dieter Kief, @Anonymous

    So another of my hitherto political heroes has proven to have feet of clay! How Sad.

  34. Anonymous[387] • Disclaimer says:
    @anonymous
    OT

    Tucker Carlson abandoned Blake Neff. He gave an interview to an online media business publication. https://www.mediaite.com/news/tucker-carlson-talks-fox-his-ex-writer-blake-neff-and-how-republicans-hate-trumps-ideas-in-premiere-episode-of-the-interview/

    Tucker is now denying Blake Neff was ever the head writer. He was just some employee.


    Now I wanted to talk to you a little bit about Blake Neff. He was the head writer of your show for more than three years, and then he resigned.

    He was the head writer?

    That’s what CNN reported.

    He was a writer on the show. I write a lot of the show. We don’t have a head writer, but whatever. He worked on the show for three years-ish.
     

    Tucker seems to suggest he was the one who called the shots to fire Blake. It wasn't Fox executives who ordered the firing as many of us thought or hoped...hoping Tucker had more integrity.

    I mean I said what I believe, as always, which is, I didn’t agree with what Blake wrote, I told him that, he left the show as a result of it, he lost his job, and what he wrote had no effect at any level on the show. It had nothing to do with the show. It was wholly distinct from the show.
     
    Tucker is distancing himself from Blake. It's not hard to see the denial and distancing would be even more intensified if he were ever to be linked to Sailer. I have a feeling people will start calling attention to similarities between Tucker and Sailer. After Blake left, I notice Tucker has resorted to more blatant ripping off of Sailer's ideas like labeling the rioters as the "coalition of the miserable". Obviously inspired by Sailer's coalition of the fringes. I think Tucker has to do this now that he is short-handed on writing talent.

    Replies: @Dan Hayes, @Anonymous, @HammerJack, @Dieter Kief, @Anonymous

    It wasn’t Fox executives who ordered the firing as many of us thought or hoped…hoping Tucker had more integrity.

    I don’t know what people are complaining about at this point. Did not Tucker Carlson make it plain enough what sort of person he is?

    When the Blake Neff business manifested itself, Tucker Carlson could simply have stood up and said:

    I don’t know what Blake Neff said in his spare time, but whatever he said, he is still my friend. If the people who run this show fire him, then I will leave as well, because that’s what friends do.

    Of course, rather than standing by him, Carlson threw Neff to the wolves, then took off on some silly fishing trip for a few days to salve his conscience.

    (Because that’s what people with integrity do, right?)

    The folks who think Tucker Carlson should still be taken seriously after that are doubtless the same ones who still believe Donald Trump gives a toss about white people after he has spent the last four years screwing them over whilst loudly proclaiming he is on their side.

    Useful idiots, indeed.

    • Replies: @Redman
    @Anonymous

    You can’t be serious. Tucker just became the highest rated news reporter in the country. He’s playing the long game.

    He’s one of the only major voices not totally controlled by corporatist globalists. The Neff scandal manufactured by the MSM sucks. No question. But this ain’t Tucker’s hill to die on. Even with loyalty (which I greatly value) there must be a cost-benefit analysis.

    And I thought the way he addressed Neff on his show was excellent. He basically said that the folks behind the Neff dox, and all of cancel culture, will get their’s eventually. In hell.

    Replies: @Anonymous

  35. @Anonymous
    Shit just got real in Kenosha. The Governor should be recalled. He has a lot of blood on his hands.

    https://twitter.com/Julio_Rosas11/status/1298484633143775234?s=20

    https://twitter.com/Julio_Rosas11/status/1298501886987898880?s=20

    https://twitter.com/livesmattershow/status/1298484404918972417?s=20

    Replies: @Cloudbuster, @Joe Stalin, @anon

    As rioters edge into red state America, they discover, to their surprise, that it is not Portland.

  36. @anonymous
    OT

    Tucker Carlson abandoned Blake Neff. He gave an interview to an online media business publication. https://www.mediaite.com/news/tucker-carlson-talks-fox-his-ex-writer-blake-neff-and-how-republicans-hate-trumps-ideas-in-premiere-episode-of-the-interview/

    Tucker is now denying Blake Neff was ever the head writer. He was just some employee.


    Now I wanted to talk to you a little bit about Blake Neff. He was the head writer of your show for more than three years, and then he resigned.

    He was the head writer?

    That’s what CNN reported.

    He was a writer on the show. I write a lot of the show. We don’t have a head writer, but whatever. He worked on the show for three years-ish.
     

    Tucker seems to suggest he was the one who called the shots to fire Blake. It wasn't Fox executives who ordered the firing as many of us thought or hoped...hoping Tucker had more integrity.

    I mean I said what I believe, as always, which is, I didn’t agree with what Blake wrote, I told him that, he left the show as a result of it, he lost his job, and what he wrote had no effect at any level on the show. It had nothing to do with the show. It was wholly distinct from the show.
     
    Tucker is distancing himself from Blake. It's not hard to see the denial and distancing would be even more intensified if he were ever to be linked to Sailer. I have a feeling people will start calling attention to similarities between Tucker and Sailer. After Blake left, I notice Tucker has resorted to more blatant ripping off of Sailer's ideas like labeling the rioters as the "coalition of the miserable". Obviously inspired by Sailer's coalition of the fringes. I think Tucker has to do this now that he is short-handed on writing talent.

    Replies: @Dan Hayes, @Anonymous, @HammerJack, @Dieter Kief, @Anonymous

    Much more dangerously, he’s short-handed on sponsors. Funny how the cable show with the most viewers in television history can’t find sponsors.

    An analogy which isn’t too far-fetched is how the entire world was opposed to Donald Trump in 2016, except for the voters.

  37. @Thomas
    Meanwhile, it looks like the joggaloo is about to start in Wisconsin.

    https://twitter.com/Julio_Rosas11/status/1298474730966659072?s=19

    Replies: @guest, @ThreeCranes, @Seneca44

    See the guy in black hoodie, light blue jeans carrying the skate board @ 33 seconds in the lower video?

    Go to Daily Mail here; https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8665383/One-shot-dead-two-wounded-BLM-protesters-defy-curfew-Kenosha.html

    Scroll down and look at the still pictures, the third and fifth pictures down (not counting the video up top). That’s him taking one in the chest, and later, lying dead in the street.

  38. @unit472
    Kenosha only has a negro population of about 10,000 people. If we exclude those over 50 as being too old to riot and those under 15 as being too young we are left with about half the population being of riot age . Since 60% of negro women are obese and a sizable portion have children it is unrealistic to believe 50% of young negro women are capable of or available for rioting. So we have about 2500 black males and some smaller number of black females available for riot duty. Since some sizable percentage of Kenosha's black males would already be in jail or prison we really only have maybe 2000 black males who are healthy enough and available for riot duty

    I don't know how many times I have heard that the 'vast majority' of negroes are law abiding citizens but this is clearly not true. Seems the vast majority of young black males are now perfectly willing to engage in serious criminal activity.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Seneca44, @Barnard, @Known Fact, @Harry Baldwin, @AceDeuce

    A substantial number of the “mostly peaceful”/s demonstrators are misguided, ill informed, mind numbed with propaganda robotic whites.

    • Replies: @Redman
    @Seneca44

    And would probably be voting for Bernie if he’d won the primary. Lot of disaffected Bernie people nobody seems to talk about anymore.

    These folks aren’t voting for Biden. So this is their political participation. In the streets.

  39. @Thomas
    Meanwhile, it looks like the joggaloo is about to start in Wisconsin.

    https://twitter.com/Julio_Rosas11/status/1298474730966659072?s=19

    Replies: @guest, @ThreeCranes, @Seneca44

    First wave of resistance to the mayhem is poorly organized and executed, but hopefully they will learn. I’m not a military guy, but the strategy of being in the crowd with guns doesn’t seem smart. I think they need elevation, position, and strength in numbers if they want to turn the destructive tide.

  40. Honest question.

    Portland disgusts but doesn’t shock me, it’s where crazy whites go to retire before age 40.

    But Kenosha? I’m shocked. Can someone clear up, who is doing the rioting, car smashing, & arson in Kenosha? I cannot make it out from the videos, but half of the miscreants look white. If so, who the hell are these POS’s?

  41. Sage advise from Sherelle Smith, sister of Milwaukee police “victim” Sylville Smith:

    “Y’all burning down shit we need in our community. Take that shit to the suburbs. Burn that shit down! We need our shit! We need our weaves. I don’t wear it. But we need it.”

  42. OT: While Blacks in the US burn down neighborhoods, Blacks in Kenya write CVs:

    When the Software Talent is in Africa, and the Jobs Are Everywhere Else

  43. @unit472
    Kenosha only has a negro population of about 10,000 people. If we exclude those over 50 as being too old to riot and those under 15 as being too young we are left with about half the population being of riot age . Since 60% of negro women are obese and a sizable portion have children it is unrealistic to believe 50% of young negro women are capable of or available for rioting. So we have about 2500 black males and some smaller number of black females available for riot duty. Since some sizable percentage of Kenosha's black males would already be in jail or prison we really only have maybe 2000 black males who are healthy enough and available for riot duty

    I don't know how many times I have heard that the 'vast majority' of negroes are law abiding citizens but this is clearly not true. Seems the vast majority of young black males are now perfectly willing to engage in serious criminal activity.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Seneca44, @Barnard, @Known Fact, @Harry Baldwin, @AceDeuce

    Since 60% of negro women are obese and a sizable portion have children it is unrealistic to believe 50% of young negro women are capable of or available for rioting.

    You honestly think both being obese and having small children at home would prevent black women from participating in riots? The average woman participating probably has at least one preschooler at home watching Cardi B videos while she goes looting.

  44. @Anonymous
    Shit just got real in Kenosha. The Governor should be recalled. He has a lot of blood on his hands.

    https://twitter.com/Julio_Rosas11/status/1298484633143775234?s=20

    https://twitter.com/Julio_Rosas11/status/1298501886987898880?s=20

    https://twitter.com/livesmattershow/status/1298484404918972417?s=20

    Replies: @Cloudbuster, @Joe Stalin, @anon

    Multiple gunshots are fired after people chased a guy with a rifle. Rifle dude tripped and fell. He fired his gun at a guy who jumped on top of him.

    Even in the Detroit riots of 1967, it appears to have been SOP to mount a bayonet on your rifle for riots.

    It’s unfortunate that many of the off-the-shelf ARs and other rifles just don’t have provisions to mount a bayonet. The manufacturers must just gotten use to the anti-military-style weapons regulations that prohibited bayonet lugs.

    Your primary home defense rifle needs to be able to take a bayonet, and you need to have a bayonet ready to mount to it. You scoff, of course. You think, “I’ll just shoot them. The military hasn’t used bayonets in years”. But I ask you to remember what you’ve seen on the nightly news for the last few weeks and think about it. What are you going to do when you find yourself in the middle of a violent mob that will rush you and kick your head into the pavement if they decide they don’t like you? The military may have abandoned the bayonet, but I’m not in the military.

    First, it serves as a psychological motivation for people to keep away from you. Occasionally, pointing guns at people does not seem to have an effect. I know a man who spent time in the military over in Iraq and he commented that he could point a gun and angrily shout commands, but when he reached for his knife people started to take him seriously. Why is that? I think it’s because most people have not been shot, but everyone has been cut or stabbed by something at some point in their lives. Most of us understand blades at a much deeper psychological level than we do bullets. If a mob rushes upon you to do violence, a gun pointed at them may not deter them much if they don’t think you will use it (shooting it probably will), but if there’s a bayonet on the end of it, they will avoid it. If they rush you, you don’t have to take much action; they will be the ones injuring themselves. No one hates their own body, but cherishes it and cares for it. Nobody will willingly impale or cut themselves. A bayonet is like barbed or razor wire for your person, clearly stating “STAY BACK”.

    https://www.thenewrifleman.com/your-rifle-needs-a-bayonet/

  45. Jacob Blake is reported to have six children, all of whom I’m sure are or will be honor students. Live or die, he’s already left his mark on the future.

  46. @Anonymous
    Videos of shootings

    https://mobile.twitter.com/MarkDice

    https://mobile.twitter.com/ElijahSchaffer

    This thing is gonna go supernova in the media tomorrow... lefties will think it's perfect way to derail RNC... but no... the right is only going to become more energized.

    WE ARE ALL TRAPPED ON THE WRONG SIDE OF THE RATCHET NOW

    Replies: @ThreeCranes, @Mr. Anon

    All three shootings appear to be self defense.

    First, (shot in head) threw a molotov cocktail at him. Second, tall dude wailed at him with his skate board*. Third (wounded in the arm) pistol wielding attacker.

    This should be interesting.

    Antifa believe that they can do anything and get away with it. Like spoiled children. Then when real consequences follow, they are shocked and surprised.

    Now don’t you chickensh!ts condemn the shooter out of hand. Time to put your money where your mouth is and back him up. He was attacked repeatedly and he defended himself.

    *Don’t believe that a skate board is a deadly weapon? Then stand there while I hit you on the head with one. A four foot long board with solid aluminum trucks packs a wallop. That’s a long lever arm, just like a baseball bat.

    • Agree: Jim Don Bob
    • Replies: @anon
    @ThreeCranes

    *Don’t believe that a skate board is a deadly weapon?

    The foolish nerd in Dallas a few months back who came out onto the street with his sword in hand only to die was clearly hit more than once with a skateboard. Anything capable of causing grave bodily harm or death can be classified as a "deadly weapon".

    Therefore a skateboard is a deadly weapon.

    QED

  47. @Anonymous
    Former Caucasian Shaun King is working hard to dox the officer who allegedly shot the black perp who was resisting arrest:

    https://twitter.com/shaunking/status/1298449333617135622?s=20

    https://twitter.com/shaunking/status/1298463330882015234?s=20

    Replies: @Louis Renault, @Mr. Anon

    And Anonymous 285 is doing the same thing here.

  48. “Why do too many blacks seem to assume that rule of law does not apply to them, that they don’t have to be arrested if they don’t want to be arrested, or that they can start shooting wildly at a barbecue or funeral if they feel a grudge against one person somewhere in the crowd?”

    Many blacks, almost half, simply don’t fit into the social, economic or political structure created by whites. These blacks are acting perfectly normally – for black people. I have proof.

    I have a simplified take on IQ testing- basically, it gives you a single number score that shows whether or not a person can successfully live in the society created by white people.

    The original testing was honed during the first World War. If your score was below about 83, you couldn’t be a useful cog in the military machine. Since most American businesses are similarly organized, it also means that there is little point in hiring such a person. And finally, our society is similarly organized and a low IQ score indicates that you probably won’t be a useful member.

    Blacks have an average score of 85; almost half of blacks can’t be successfully exploited by white organizations, whether military, economic or political.

    It is NOT a value judgement about people!! It’s an objective measure that describes how well you can fit in with Western Civilization. Asians have, on average, a higher IQ score than whites. They fit into white organizations better than average whites, which is obvious to everyone. It just means the measurement is accurate. It doesn’t mean Asians are better employees or better citizens – in fact, it’s further proof that an IQ score doesn’t tell everything about a person, and there are useful characteristics of whites that aren’t measured by IQ testing.

    “The least we can do for our black fellow citizens is not to embolden their self-destructive stupidity…”

    Yes! And the positive version of this is to be frank about why so many blacks don’t fit in, instead of allowing a lie at the center of our social policy. Biology is to blame, as opposed to systemic racism. Telling blacks that they don’t fit into crazy whitey’s world would not come as a surprise to them!

    It’s possible that blacks might even feel better once they knew what was going on. Once you understand, you can solve. Which brings me to my pet project: leasing a big chunk of Somalia from warlords, and settling American blacks who don’t fit in. I have a dream…

    • Thanks: Harry Baldwin
  49. One interesting paradox I didn’t notice until the past few months: blacks on average seem to engage in more antisocial behavior (like crime)… but also seem to be much more conformist.

    This may not be a distinctively black thing, I’m not sure. Minority populations, of whatever kind, probably tend to place a high value on group solidarity, just for survival. When you’re outnumbered several times over, you can’t afford the luxury of factions and infighting. This tendency may also go along with things that tend correlate with race, without race necessarily being causal. But it does seem to be a thing.

    Steve’s “Grand Theft Auto” observation suggests a possible resolution: on average they’re more easily influenced. The antisocial behavior is actually social conformity to an antisocial set of values.

    The good news is that if antisocial behavior is really a perverse sort of conformity, then it should be possible to influence them to better behavior. But that would require responsible leadership. So I guess that’s not gonna happen.

  50. Will anybody dare inform blacks that they are the architects of their own troubles, and that the most effective way to deal with negative stereotypes about them is to stop committing so many murders?

    The problem with this is that “blacks” are not collectively responsible for the actions of their murderers, any more than white are collectively responsible for the action of KKK members. Most black people are not murderers and are not responsible for the small % of blacks who are.

    Now it would be nice if blacks did not keep making excuses for the less law abiding members of their race (if you expand the definition from murder to include various sorts of petty and non-petty crime this includes a substantial portion of the black underclass – if you are black and not such a person then you KNOW many such people – they are your brothers, sons, schoolmates, etc. This is true even of blacks who have themselves escaped the ghetto.

    But really this is too much to ask. Human nature has always been, ” I, against my brothers. I and my brothers against my cousins. I and my brothers and my cousins against the world. ” As Steve has often said, race is really family or tribe writ large.

    Non-tribal whites are really the exception here in their willingness to sell out their racial brothers. And really this is not out of any altruism but usually out of status signalling – “those people are white people but they are low class, not like me.”

    • Replies: @gent
    @Jack D

    You're wrong. They are collectively responsible. They raised them. They housed them. They protect them, they riot for them. They are saying "let the blood on their hands be on my own!"

    Replies: @Marty

    , @Harry Baldwin
    @Jack D

    Human nature has always been, ” I, against my brothers. I and my brothers against my cousins. I and my brothers and my cousins against the world. ”

    That's a Pashtun saying, illustrative of a violent tribal people who will only briefly stop feuding among themselves when a foreign enemy invades. It is not human nature. Whites aren't like that. I don't know most of my cousins and the ones I know are Progressives. I wouldn't automatically take their side in a struggle.

  51. @Ron Mexico
    @Mike Pierson, Davenport Rector, Midfielder

    K9s are the answer. Well trained K9s.

    Replies: @Skylark Thibedeau, @Mike Pierson, Davenport Rector, Midfielder, @travis

    good idea, every police car should to patrol with a K9. Officers also need to use their batons more or get better tasers.

    since Rodney King , police fear using their billy clubs. Back then, the 2-foot solid piece of aluminum was an essential tool in the police officer’s arsenal. In 1990, Los Angeles police officers used their batons 754 times during force incidents, more than any other weapon.

    But the infamous video marked the beginning of the end for the baton’s reign. By 2015, LAPD officers used their batons just 54 times.

    The baton offers a dramatic example of how police behavior has changed since the King beating. Authorities said that officers stopped using them for a variety of reasons: Changes in rules and training and the rise of other types of less-lethal weapons, as well as the lasting stigma from those grainy images. https://www.policemag.com/356787/police-use-of-baton-down-since-rodney-king-incident-25-years-ago

    • Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard
    @travis


    Back then, the 2-foot solid piece of aluminum was an essential tool in the police officer’s arsenal.
     
    Could also refer to a 4 x D-cell Mag-Lite.
  52. @James Speaks
    Dozer is an awesome dog.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    Dozer is an awesome dog.

    “a beautiful dog, a talented dog”

  53. To really understand all this, we need to have clearly in mind the past 50 years of USA blacks being manipulated by media and a corrupt court system … along with the fact that USA blacks are overall more affected by this kind of manipulation … creating the current hell on USA streets

    Here, what is missing from the whole Unz Review approach to the black crime problem … A brief summary of what has gone on in the USA since 1970:

    – 1970s start of the ‘blaxploitation’ films giving glamour to gunmen, pimps, crime and drug-dealing … And, of course, ‘who’ runs Hollywood?

    – 1980s start of the ‘gangsta music’ recordings and videos, gangsta rap etc also giving glamour to gunmen, pimps, crime and drug dealing … And, of course, ‘who’ runs the music biz?

    – US government CIA etc involved with the drug cartels pushing crack cocaine etc into USA black ghettos, as journalists exposed and then wound up dead, such as ‘suicided’ Gary Webb with ‘two shots’ to his own head supposedly

    Note this next key point is hard for whites to digest – But to better understand this, think of how USA courts railroad whites in divorce cases and lawsuits … and then realise the same judicial gangsters are doing something similar to blacks, only with criminal charges

    Yes there is lots of black crime, but the blacks convicted for those crimes are often NOT the black person who did that crime, that is FACT … So we have:

    – A totally corrupt bent USA legal system that, when confronting black crime without an immediate perp at hand, often goes out and arrests some black, any black, and railroads him into jail on false evidence and an extortion ‘plea bargain’ by an over-worked ‘public defender’ lawyer who must do the extortion to keep working, e.g., ‘Look I know you’re innocent, but it’s 3-5 years if you cop a plea, it’s 25 years to life if you go to trial, what da ya wanna do?’

    This latter especially leaves young blacks, who often realistically know of an innocent boy from the hood in jail, the idea that, well, I am gonna get arrested someday anyway for being a criminal, so might as well cut loose a little bit

    Now we have the media and Democrats pushing a line where blacks are feeling they are allowed to get away more with things … and in fact they are, for the moment

    It is a chance for urban prole blacks to grab the brass ring, or at least a substitute for it … you know that saying, better live one day as a lion, than a lifetime as a sheep … well this is that ‘lion king day’ for those black rioters … feeling it is the one chance they got, might as well take it, feeling there is not much to lose in their view

  54. @unit472
    Kenosha only has a negro population of about 10,000 people. If we exclude those over 50 as being too old to riot and those under 15 as being too young we are left with about half the population being of riot age . Since 60% of negro women are obese and a sizable portion have children it is unrealistic to believe 50% of young negro women are capable of or available for rioting. So we have about 2500 black males and some smaller number of black females available for riot duty. Since some sizable percentage of Kenosha's black males would already be in jail or prison we really only have maybe 2000 black males who are healthy enough and available for riot duty

    I don't know how many times I have heard that the 'vast majority' of negroes are law abiding citizens but this is clearly not true. Seems the vast majority of young black males are now perfectly willing to engage in serious criminal activity.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Seneca44, @Barnard, @Known Fact, @Harry Baldwin, @AceDeuce

    This should have been a new question on the 2020 Census: How many members of your household are riot-abled?

  55. @danand
    @Dieter Kief


    “...postmodern/deconstructivist theorem going off the rails.”
     
    Diet, speaking of Hitler Youths

    https://twitter.com/AHaridopolos/status/1298276893893033984?s=20

    Replies: @Known Fact

    Good for her — but where’s a big bowl of hot tomato sauce when you really need it?

  56. @Mike Pierson, Davenport Rector, Midfielder

    open warrant for felony sexual assault
     
    Oh yeah! It's one of those crimes that's the Worst Thing In The World when a white guy does it. But in the present case, what are you looking at, racist?

    Replies: @TomSchmidt

    Don’t forget that, under Biden’s VAWA, police have no discretion but to arrest in domestic violence calls. Be nice to make Biden disavow that for temporary political advantage.

  57. “Systemic” is now used to mean unseeable, unmeasurable, unfalsifiable: in other words, nonexistent anti-science.”

    Maybe rebrand as “luminiferous racism?”

  58. Anonymous[285] • Disclaimer says:

    But really this is too much to ask. Human nature has always been, ” I, against my brothers. I and my brothers against my cousins. I and my brothers and my cousins against the world. ” As Steve has often said, race is really family or tribe writ large.

    When times are good, white people tend to fight amongst themselves. When times are hard, white people tend to pull together.

    When times are good, black people tend to get along. When times are hard, blacks tend to fight amongst themselves.

    Without acknowledging these fundamental, qualifiable facts, and it’s social ramifications related to their ultimate place in modern civilization, your understanding of the black question will always be erroneous, and your hopes and dreams for the black race will be chock full of disappointment.

  59. @guest
    @Thomas

    How I always imagined it:

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=0iqLhdInGrk

    Replies: @Thomas

  60. @Jim Don Bob

    Will anybody dare inform blacks that they are the architects of their own troubles, and that the most effective way to deal with negative stereotypes about them is to stop committing so many murders?
     
    Bill Cosby said something about black behavior and I think it's one reason he got popped for stuff he'd been doing for a long time.

    Replies: @John Milton’s Ghost

    MeToo is completely selective and opportunistic. Predators stay in power as long as they’re useful to those in power. When they stray from the fold, or become a hindrance, suddenly their behavior is exposed.

  61. SMK says: • Website
    @Anonymous


    This calls for an immediate, full and transparent investigation and the officers must be held accountable.
     
    Presumably, Mr. Blake is going to be held accountable for his decision to resist arrest and/or pull a weapon on police officers as well, right Mr. Biden?

    Am I the only one hoping that Blake being in a wheelchair will give other blacks pause before they start fighting with cops?

    (Also: is that horrible BLM flag graphic at the top of the story all over the Intertubes now? Talk about hijacking a national symbol for political gain.)

    Replies: @SMK

    What’s the point of a “full and transparent investigation, ” BLM Joe,” when you and Gov. Evers and nearly all blacks and leftists of all races presume then guilty even if the facts prove that they’re innocent and acted in obvious self-defense. The presumption of guilt irrespective of the facts and circumstances. Presumed guilty until proven innocent beyond any doubt or, for many if not most blacks and white leftists, guilty even if proven innocent beyond any doubt.

  62. @Jack D

    Will anybody dare inform blacks that they are the architects of their own troubles, and that the most effective way to deal with negative stereotypes about them is to stop committing so many murders?
     
    The problem with this is that "blacks" are not collectively responsible for the actions of their murderers, any more than white are collectively responsible for the action of KKK members. Most black people are not murderers and are not responsible for the small % of blacks who are.

    Now it would be nice if blacks did not keep making excuses for the less law abiding members of their race (if you expand the definition from murder to include various sorts of petty and non-petty crime this includes a substantial portion of the black underclass - if you are black and not such a person then you KNOW many such people - they are your brothers, sons, schoolmates, etc. This is true even of blacks who have themselves escaped the ghetto.

    But really this is too much to ask. Human nature has always been, " I, against my brothers. I and my brothers against my cousins. I and my brothers and my cousins against the world. " As Steve has often said, race is really family or tribe writ large.

    Non-tribal whites are really the exception here in their willingness to sell out their racial brothers. And really this is not out of any altruism but usually out of status signalling - "those people are white people but they are low class, not like me."

    Replies: @gent, @Harry Baldwin

    You’re wrong. They are collectively responsible. They raised them. They housed them. They protect them, they riot for them. They are saying “let the blood on their hands be on my own!”

    • Replies: @Marty
    @gent

    You have to understand, Jack is a smart, successful guy, so naturally he’d know little about blacks and their collective psychology. The pro basketball coach Doc Rivers, who’s made millions of dollars and spent roughly the last 20 years having his ass kissed by white media types, just released a statement in which he said, “we keep loving this country ...” I didn’t hear the end of the utterance but the implication is clear. Apparently, the black upper crust just can’t bring itself to suggest that “we” ought to comply with police demands. The only way TOOS blacks can keep it real and avoid the feeling they’ve cut off their downscale bros, is to never question the defiance reflex.

  63. @Anonymous
    Videos of shootings

    https://mobile.twitter.com/MarkDice

    https://mobile.twitter.com/ElijahSchaffer

    This thing is gonna go supernova in the media tomorrow... lefties will think it's perfect way to derail RNC... but no... the right is only going to become more energized.

    WE ARE ALL TRAPPED ON THE WRONG SIDE OF THE RATCHET NOW

    Replies: @ThreeCranes, @Mr. Anon

    This thing is gonna go supernova in the media tomorrow…

    All the people killed and injured appear to be white. As of this morning, Drudge doesn’t have it on his banner – only down lower in the article list. So clearly, Drudge doesn’t think this story will hurt Trump.

  64. It’s hard for me to keep up, but it looks as though the rifleman, “in fear for his life” (truly, not that legalistic, go-to defense the unionized cops assert) and no longer able to escape (he was off his feet), fired in self-defense.

    Sit your ground!

    I’m waiting to learn whether the fellow, whose brains were blown out, had been pre-chasing (threatening) the shooter or just happened to be loitering in the wrong place.

    Felony murder rules suggest that the chasers are also legally responsible for the homicide.

  65. @James N. Kennett
    In other countries, when there is a racially divisive event, politicians will appeal for calm. Sometimes they will even warn that anyone who takes the law into their own hands will be punished.

    It is both surprising and worrying that this is no longer the case in the USA. Instead of trying to discourage rioting, Biden and Evers gave permission for people to do whatever they wanted.

    Replies: @Mr. Anon

    In other countries, when there is a racially divisive event, politicians will appeal for calm.

    Yeah, when muslim terrorists butcher people, they call for Europeans to remain calm at the prospect of their butchering.

  66. Predictably enough, the national news report I just heard on radio says white supremacists are riding around harassing the Kenosha protesters.

    • Replies: @Alice in Wonderland
    @Known Fact


    white supremacists are riding around harassing the Kenosha protesters.
     
    what, no video?

    yeah, didn't happen.

    attention hogs always have they phone camera ready to go
    , @anon
    @Known Fact

    Today's online WSJ has an article on the subject. But the article had a comment section , which the paper decided to close for an hour or so, with responses heavily weighted toward self defense. Then the entire story was moved off the front page, and buried.

    The reporters seemed to be confused, being so close to exposing the long awaited but elusive white alt right gunman. -- but still so far away. They identified the youth as white (breaking with convention regarding racial identification). But the facts and the narrative kept tripping them up.

    There is very little public support for burning down Kenosha. And I expect Antifa is finding the self defense angle troubling. If a white youth can defend himself with a gun, WTF?

    , @anon
    @Known Fact


    Predictably enough, the national news report I just heard on radio says white supremacists are riding around harassing the Kenosha protesters
     
    maybe driving some old, old "Kenosha Cadillacs" (Ramblers) that Mitt Romney's dad's factory built?

    we need details!!
  67. I have some friends in Europe, a good one in Germany. Europeans within my circle of knowledge are really surprised how all of these videos begin with a black man resisting arrest. They take it as a given when a low-paid peace officer with a gun tells you to be still, you be still. Forget your politics, your feelings, whatever. Your mindset surely would have to be “I need to survive these next 60 seconds, and I’ll plan my next move then.” I’m profoundly amazed at how all of these incidents begin with a tussle with the police.

  68. @Anonymous
    Former Caucasian Shaun King is working hard to dox the officer who allegedly shot the black perp who was resisting arrest:

    https://twitter.com/shaunking/status/1298449333617135622?s=20

    https://twitter.com/shaunking/status/1298463330882015234?s=20

    Replies: @Louis Renault, @Mr. Anon

    Former Caucasian Shaun King………………….

    I saw someone refer to Shaun King as “Talcum X”.

  69. All those people demonstrating and burning and pillaging are white. But you Dreamers imagine they’re all black. Because you want them to be black. And what you want, well, that’s all that matters, even if it flies in the face of reality.

    I think what these riots prove is how intransigently violent white people can be at the drop of a hat. Due to the fact that the rioters are all white, see. . . .

    • Replies: @El Dato
    @obwandiyag

    1) Read
    2) Ruminate
    3) Post

    It's really like a gun drill.

  70. There’s no need to create a new Zeroth Amendment and bump the previous one into negative territory, because our betters are hard at work eliminating the First and Second Amendments — just for starters, of course; none of the old ones are safe — making room for these new ones.

  71. OH MY GOOOOOOOOD, i forgot to bring my vcr from RedLetterMedia


    [MORE]

    Half in the Bag: Money Plane

    Mike and Jay are trapped in the VCR repair shop during the pandemic. Their TV is out and the last thing they watched was the new hit film “Money Plane” directed by Joey Lawrence’s kid brother. They talk about it waaaaaaay too long.

    • LOL: Tusk
  72. As Steve has pointed out previously, those members of society with the lowest levels of impulse control and judgment most need the guardrails provided by laws and their enforcement. Telling the least successful and most violent cohort of society it’s OK to refuse to cooperate with the cops and/or any other social institution you don’t feel like only has bad consequences for everyone.

  73. @Anonymous
    Shit just got real in Kenosha. The Governor should be recalled. He has a lot of blood on his hands.

    https://twitter.com/Julio_Rosas11/status/1298484633143775234?s=20

    https://twitter.com/Julio_Rosas11/status/1298501886987898880?s=20

    https://twitter.com/livesmattershow/status/1298484404918972417?s=20

    Replies: @Cloudbuster, @Joe Stalin, @anon

    Here’s video of a bad guy getting shot in the bicep/elbow after trying to beat an armed guy who’d fallen to the ground (click “VIEW”). And the aftermath (gore warning).

  74. @George
    Hey, iSteve here's some systematic for you.

    Section 8 is used to force blacks from Chicago to Harvey Illinois.
    Harvey Illinois has much less ability to tax things like sales to support itself.
    Harvey becomes even less attractive.
    Harvey cannot pay pensions left unfunded from when it was whiter and more populous.
    The retired police and fire 'intercept' sales tax on state grants to make sure they get paid.
    Harvey is forced to cut back even more.
    Come the 2020 covid rioting mobs of black youths, some from Harvey,pillage the 'Magnificent Mile'.
    Like Harvey, Chicago is deprived of sales tax revenue.

    BTW, where are the 'Hispanics' in all this? I thought Hispanics were taking over?

    Replies: @Jake, @Joe Magarac

    BTW, where are the ‘Hispanics’ in all this? I thought Hispanics were taking over?

    Here in Chicago?

    They are protecting their own neighborhoods without calling attention to themselves. An incident or two at first, then all quiet. A few stories locally, but nothing in the national media.

    Not really taking over just yet, but definitely taking care of themselves.

    • Replies: @res
    @Joe Magarac

    The lack of news stories when they protect themselves is instructive. Contrast with what happens when whites protect themselves.

    Can you point me to some of those local news stories? Might be useful for some compare and contrast with incidents which do make the national news.

    Replies: @Joe Magarac

  75. Don’t Washington DC restaurants offer steak knives to diners?

  76. @anonymous
    OT

    Tucker Carlson abandoned Blake Neff. He gave an interview to an online media business publication. https://www.mediaite.com/news/tucker-carlson-talks-fox-his-ex-writer-blake-neff-and-how-republicans-hate-trumps-ideas-in-premiere-episode-of-the-interview/

    Tucker is now denying Blake Neff was ever the head writer. He was just some employee.


    Now I wanted to talk to you a little bit about Blake Neff. He was the head writer of your show for more than three years, and then he resigned.

    He was the head writer?

    That’s what CNN reported.

    He was a writer on the show. I write a lot of the show. We don’t have a head writer, but whatever. He worked on the show for three years-ish.
     

    Tucker seems to suggest he was the one who called the shots to fire Blake. It wasn't Fox executives who ordered the firing as many of us thought or hoped...hoping Tucker had more integrity.

    I mean I said what I believe, as always, which is, I didn’t agree with what Blake wrote, I told him that, he left the show as a result of it, he lost his job, and what he wrote had no effect at any level on the show. It had nothing to do with the show. It was wholly distinct from the show.
     
    Tucker is distancing himself from Blake. It's not hard to see the denial and distancing would be even more intensified if he were ever to be linked to Sailer. I have a feeling people will start calling attention to similarities between Tucker and Sailer. After Blake left, I notice Tucker has resorted to more blatant ripping off of Sailer's ideas like labeling the rioters as the "coalition of the miserable". Obviously inspired by Sailer's coalition of the fringes. I think Tucker has to do this now that he is short-handed on writing talent.

    Replies: @Dan Hayes, @Anonymous, @HammerJack, @Dieter Kief, @Anonymous

    Fortunately, I’d say, there might be a few holes in your story. Tucker Carlson is not necessarily the bad man here.

    • Replies: @res
    @Dieter Kief

    The left is pretty much all in on attacking Tucker right now. Not surprising we would see some attempts to divide and conquer.

    Replies: @Dieter Kief

  77. @obwandiyag
    All those people demonstrating and burning and pillaging are white. But you Dreamers imagine they're all black. Because you want them to be black. And what you want, well, that's all that matters, even if it flies in the face of reality.

    I think what these riots prove is how intransigently violent white people can be at the drop of a hat. Due to the fact that the rioters are all white, see. . . .

    Replies: @El Dato

    1) Read
    2) Ruminate
    3) Post

    It’s really like a gun drill.

  78. I’ll just resist, if necessary fight the cops, maybe shoot them, and then speed off. I mean, what’s the worst that could happen? That strategy works in Grand Theft Auto, doesn’t it?

    I played a tiny bit of GTA5 and, I’d say 99% of the time, when the perp has attracted that much heat a game reload is in the offing. Judging from occasional news reports though I’d say his odds were better than that; if he could have gotten a high-speed chase going I’d a given him better than even odds at getting away (for the day at least) since unlike GTA most real-life police forces will let the speeder get away.

  79. It seems obvious.

    You cannot convince a cop to stop arresting you by giving him a hard time.

    Are they that stupid? Or does it not matter because it is a question of honor?

  80. @Known Fact
    Predictably enough, the national news report I just heard on radio says white supremacists are riding around harassing the Kenosha protesters.

    Replies: @Alice in Wonderland, @anon, @anon

    white supremacists are riding around harassing the Kenosha protesters.

    what, no video?

    yeah, didn’t happen.

    attention hogs always have they phone camera ready to go

  81. Will this actually help Biden win Wisconsin? I doubt it.

  82. Let’s see if I get this right:

    “‘Systemic’ is now used to mean unseeable, unmeasurable, unfalsifiable: in other words, nonexistent anti-science.”

    Sailer

    “Happy #WomensEqualityDay! Women have always been behind much of humanity’s best work in science and engineering.”

    Today’s NASA tweet

    So, the contributions by women to science and engineering are systemic?

  83. @Joe Magarac
    @George


    BTW, where are the ‘Hispanics’ in all this? I thought Hispanics were taking over?
     
    Here in Chicago?

    They are protecting their own neighborhoods without calling attention to themselves. An incident or two at first, then all quiet. A few stories locally, but nothing in the national media.

    Not really taking over just yet, but definitely taking care of themselves.

    Replies: @res

    The lack of news stories when they protect themselves is instructive. Contrast with what happens when whites protect themselves.

    Can you point me to some of those local news stories? Might be useful for some compare and contrast with incidents which do make the national news.

    • Replies: @Joe Magarac
    @res


    The lack of news stories when they protect themselves is instructive. Contrast with what happens when whites protect themselves.

    Can you point me to some of those local news stories? Might be useful for some compare and contrast with incidents which do make the national news.

     
    You will notice none of these sources are quite mainstream, but neither are they right wing propaganda.

    https://thegrio.com/2020/06/03/latin-gangs-black-chicago-protesters/

    https://chicagocrusader.com/latino-gang-vigilantes-targeting-blacks-in-neighborhoods/

    https://www.yc.news/2020/06/02/latin-kings-join-chicago-pd-to-protect-streets-during-riots-looters-flee-after-gang-shoots-3/
  84. anon[118] • Disclaimer says:

    Women become pregnant and gestate children and men do not. Women maintain
    that, for this reason, they are the proper arbiters of the decisions about baby-having. The elephant in the room is that this is not a contention that is derived from ethics or fairness , but rather from a
    position of power conferred by women’s biological attributes. An illustration of why we should recognize that this is wrong is that fact that our society has sanctions against men using their biological attribute of superior physical strength to gain an advantage against women..

    On the other side of the issue, though, it’s also obviously neither
    fair nor ethical for anyone to try to co-opt control of women’s bodies and tell them whether or
    not they’re going to become pregnant or bring a given pregnancy to term.
    So, what are we to do to try to increase fairness to men, women and children? Continue with the assumption that
    men are to be treated as worker drones and the decision if and when to have children remains the province of women’s judgement alone? Continue to hold men responsible for ‘raising’ and ‘supporting’ children whose production was in large part the result of decision-making arrived at via the inherent power of their
    mothers’ physical, gender-based advantage? This seems neither equitable or desirable.

    Is it any wonder that battles of the sexes, brokering of women’s favors in exchange for men’s financial support, and less than healthy childhoods are so common?

    i posit the following as an outline of a solution.

    Since most people in America now agree that it’s wrong for people to own other people, suppose that we explicitly recognize that mothers and their children are not exempt form this principle, and
    that in our society, no one should be allowed to raise a child unless,
    before the birth, both the mother and father have signed a contract
    stating that they are each financially responsible for one half of the
    child’s support to age of majority. (These contracts would actually be
    enforced). The contract would hold irrespective of whether the man and
    woman remain together. Because of the inherent pain and risks of pregnancy
    and childbirth, the contract would require a standardized amount to be paid by the
    father to the mother in consideration of this work/risk. That amount would
    be deemed full compensation to the mother in lieu of, and would negate,
    any claim of other special rights by the mother in relation to the child and the
    father. Children born outside of this type of birth agreement contract would, the desires of either
    parent notwithstanding, be taken into the custody of a public agency and raised by the most caring and qualified professionals, applying the best possible practices, in well run and funded institutions set up expressly for that purpose.
    Contrasting with the life experience of unwanted kids in our current dysfunctional system, very little if any stigma should, nor as it became established, would, accrue to one’s being raised in an institution of the sort described above – rather it would, increasingly over time, simply be accepted as an indication that prior to one’s birth one’s parents were not in agreement about having a child – a lack of accord between them before one even entered the world and a part of their life stories rather than one’s own – and thus a fact devoid of personal rejection or negative implications about one’s intrinsic worth.

    If well implemented, the result would be far less of some things we’d be well rid of: welfare moms – with unhealthy, poorly raised kids born as income-generating tools, bad marriages, unhappy/unhealthy people, and the ancillary costs to our society.

  85. @Dieter Kief
    @anonymous

    Fortunately, I'd say, there might be a few holes in your story. Tucker Carlson is not necessarily the bad man here.

    Replies: @res

    The left is pretty much all in on attacking Tucker right now. Not surprising we would see some attempts to divide and conquer.

    • Replies: @Dieter Kief
    @res


    The left is pretty much all in on attacking Tucker right now. Not surprising we would see some attempts to divide and conquer.
     
    Tucker Carlson is burdened maybe with a bit too much adoration and the longing for release from the right too. - Resulting in frustration, fear and pain and all that about him on the right as well as on the left. - Idiot wind - blowing dwon the back roads heading south...(Bob Dylan).

    // Many are the afflictions of the righteous: but the Lord delivereth him out of them all. Psalm 34:19

    Replies: @res

  86. @travis
    @Ron Mexico

    good idea, every police car should to patrol with a K9. Officers also need to use their batons more or get better tasers.

    since Rodney King , police fear using their billy clubs. Back then, the 2-foot solid piece of aluminum was an essential tool in the police officer's arsenal. In 1990, Los Angeles police officers used their batons 754 times during force incidents, more than any other weapon.

    But the infamous video marked the beginning of the end for the baton's reign. By 2015, LAPD officers used their batons just 54 times.

    The baton offers a dramatic example of how police behavior has changed since the King beating. Authorities said that officers stopped using them for a variety of reasons: Changes in rules and training and the rise of other types of less-lethal weapons, as well as the lasting stigma from those grainy images. https://www.policemag.com/356787/police-use-of-baton-down-since-rodney-king-incident-25-years-ago

    Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard

    Back then, the 2-foot solid piece of aluminum was an essential tool in the police officer’s arsenal.

    Could also refer to a 4 x D-cell Mag-Lite.

  87. anon[933] • Disclaimer says:
    @Known Fact
    Predictably enough, the national news report I just heard on radio says white supremacists are riding around harassing the Kenosha protesters.

    Replies: @Alice in Wonderland, @anon, @anon

    Today’s online WSJ has an article on the subject. But the article had a comment section , which the paper decided to close for an hour or so, with responses heavily weighted toward self defense. Then the entire story was moved off the front page, and buried.

    The reporters seemed to be confused, being so close to exposing the long awaited but elusive white alt right gunman. — but still so far away. They identified the youth as white (breaking with convention regarding racial identification). But the facts and the narrative kept tripping them up.

    There is very little public support for burning down Kenosha. And I expect Antifa is finding the self defense angle troubling. If a white youth can defend himself with a gun, WTF?

  88. @res
    @Joe Magarac

    The lack of news stories when they protect themselves is instructive. Contrast with what happens when whites protect themselves.

    Can you point me to some of those local news stories? Might be useful for some compare and contrast with incidents which do make the national news.

    Replies: @Joe Magarac

    The lack of news stories when they protect themselves is instructive. Contrast with what happens when whites protect themselves.

    Can you point me to some of those local news stories? Might be useful for some compare and contrast with incidents which do make the national news.

    You will notice none of these sources are quite mainstream, but neither are they right wing propaganda.

    https://thegrio.com/2020/06/03/latin-gangs-black-chicago-protesters/

    https://chicagocrusader.com/latino-gang-vigilantes-targeting-blacks-in-neighborhoods/

    https://www.yc.news/2020/06/02/latin-kings-join-chicago-pd-to-protect-streets-during-riots-looters-flee-after-gang-shoots-3/

    • Thanks: res
  89. @gent
    @Jack D

    You're wrong. They are collectively responsible. They raised them. They housed them. They protect them, they riot for them. They are saying "let the blood on their hands be on my own!"

    Replies: @Marty

    You have to understand, Jack is a smart, successful guy, so naturally he’d know little about blacks and their collective psychology. The pro basketball coach Doc Rivers, who’s made millions of dollars and spent roughly the last 20 years having his ass kissed by white media types, just released a statement in which he said, “we keep loving this country …” I didn’t hear the end of the utterance but the implication is clear. Apparently, the black upper crust just can’t bring itself to suggest that “we” ought to comply with police demands. The only way TOOS blacks can keep it real and avoid the feeling they’ve cut off their downscale bros, is to never question the defiance reflex.

  90. 1966, The Bobby Fuller Four. I Fought The Law and The Law Won
    The dancers in this video have better moves than any dancers of 2020.
    Better looking too.
    Boomer Babes were the best.

    • Replies: @Dieter Kief
    @anon

    Bobby Fuller - at 4:19 in - - looks quite a bit like - - Donald Trump, no?
    Thanks for posting this - refreshing - and strange, too: Signs from a parallel universe.

    Replies: @anon

  91. Why do too many blacks seem to assume that rule of law does not apply to them, that they don’t have to be arrested if they don’t want to be arrested, or that they can start shooting wildly at a barbecue or funeral if they feel a grudge against one person somewhere in the crowd?

    Have you ever been to sub-Saharan Africa? This is everyday life there. You can take the boyz out of the jungle, but you can’t take the jungle out of the boyz.

    I was tempted to use bunnies instead of boyz, but then I figured some might consider that rayciss.

  92. @Anonymous
    @anonymous

    It wasn’t Fox executives who ordered the firing as many of us thought or hoped…hoping Tucker had more integrity.
     

    I don't know what people are complaining about at this point. Did not Tucker Carlson make it plain enough what sort of person he is?

    When the Blake Neff business manifested itself, Tucker Carlson could simply have stood up and said:

    I don't know what Blake Neff said in his spare time, but whatever he said, he is still my friend. If the people who run this show fire him, then I will leave as well, because that's what friends do.

     

    Of course, rather than standing by him, Carlson threw Neff to the wolves, then took off on some silly fishing trip for a few days to salve his conscience.

    (Because that's what people with integrity do, right?)

    The folks who think Tucker Carlson should still be taken seriously after that are doubtless the same ones who still believe Donald Trump gives a toss about white people after he has spent the last four years screwing them over whilst loudly proclaiming he is on their side.

    Useful idiots, indeed.

    Replies: @Redman

    You can’t be serious. Tucker just became the highest rated news reporter in the country. He’s playing the long game.

    He’s one of the only major voices not totally controlled by corporatist globalists. The Neff scandal manufactured by the MSM sucks. No question. But this ain’t Tucker’s hill to die on. Even with loyalty (which I greatly value) there must be a cost-benefit analysis.

    And I thought the way he addressed Neff on his show was excellent. He basically said that the folks behind the Neff dox, and all of cancel culture, will get their’s eventually. In hell.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Redman

    You can’t be serious. Tucker just became the highest rated news reporter in the country. He’s playing the long game.
     

    I keep hearing the exact same thing about Trump, too, and it is equally unconvincing.

    And I thought the way he addressed Neff on his show was excellent. He basically said that the folks behind the Neff dox, and all of cancel culture, will get their’s eventually. In hell.

     

    I am afraid that is nothing more than a convenient excuse that absolves conservatives from having to do anything about it on earth.

    (Heaven forfend that conservatives act to solve a problem rather than talk about what ought to be done.)


    I suppose that Mr. Carlson does fulfil the useful function of keeping conservatives distracted with a lot of fine talk. So there's that.

    For some people, it is enough. I do not count myself among their number.

  93. @Seneca44
    @unit472

    A substantial number of the "mostly peaceful"/s demonstrators are misguided, ill informed, mind numbed with propaganda robotic whites.

    Replies: @Redman

    And would probably be voting for Bernie if he’d won the primary. Lot of disaffected Bernie people nobody seems to talk about anymore.

    These folks aren’t voting for Biden. So this is their political participation. In the streets.

  94. @Known Fact
    Predictably enough, the national news report I just heard on radio says white supremacists are riding around harassing the Kenosha protesters.

    Replies: @Alice in Wonderland, @anon, @anon

    Predictably enough, the national news report I just heard on radio says white supremacists are riding around harassing the Kenosha protesters

    maybe driving some old, old “Kenosha Cadillacs” (Ramblers) that Mitt Romney’s dad’s factory built?

    we need details!!

  95. @res
    @Dieter Kief

    The left is pretty much all in on attacking Tucker right now. Not surprising we would see some attempts to divide and conquer.

    Replies: @Dieter Kief

    The left is pretty much all in on attacking Tucker right now. Not surprising we would see some attempts to divide and conquer.

    Tucker Carlson is burdened maybe with a bit too much adoration and the longing for release from the right too. – Resulting in frustration, fear and pain and all that about him on the right as well as on the left. – Idiot wind – blowing dwon the back roads heading south…(Bob Dylan).

    // Many are the afflictions of the righteous: but the Lord delivereth him out of them all. Psalm 34:19

    • Replies: @res
    @Dieter Kief

    That's true, but I would expect most of the frustrated right to realize that if Tucker goes much further he is gone.

    The article and the comment quoting it here both seemed written from the point of view of a leftist trying to sow dissension among the right.

  96. @anonymous
    OT

    Tucker Carlson abandoned Blake Neff. He gave an interview to an online media business publication. https://www.mediaite.com/news/tucker-carlson-talks-fox-his-ex-writer-blake-neff-and-how-republicans-hate-trumps-ideas-in-premiere-episode-of-the-interview/

    Tucker is now denying Blake Neff was ever the head writer. He was just some employee.


    Now I wanted to talk to you a little bit about Blake Neff. He was the head writer of your show for more than three years, and then he resigned.

    He was the head writer?

    That’s what CNN reported.

    He was a writer on the show. I write a lot of the show. We don’t have a head writer, but whatever. He worked on the show for three years-ish.
     

    Tucker seems to suggest he was the one who called the shots to fire Blake. It wasn't Fox executives who ordered the firing as many of us thought or hoped...hoping Tucker had more integrity.

    I mean I said what I believe, as always, which is, I didn’t agree with what Blake wrote, I told him that, he left the show as a result of it, he lost his job, and what he wrote had no effect at any level on the show. It had nothing to do with the show. It was wholly distinct from the show.
     
    Tucker is distancing himself from Blake. It's not hard to see the denial and distancing would be even more intensified if he were ever to be linked to Sailer. I have a feeling people will start calling attention to similarities between Tucker and Sailer. After Blake left, I notice Tucker has resorted to more blatant ripping off of Sailer's ideas like labeling the rioters as the "coalition of the miserable". Obviously inspired by Sailer's coalition of the fringes. I think Tucker has to do this now that he is short-handed on writing talent.

    Replies: @Dan Hayes, @Anonymous, @HammerJack, @Dieter Kief, @Anonymous

    Cucker Carson.


  97. [MORE]

  98. @Dieter Kief
    I

    The Democrat's idea might be this: Since there is a big social problem, it might well be a good deal to just change the rules a bit in favor of the group of people (Blacks) who are at the center of our big social problem.

    II

    Postmodernism/deconstructivism enabled this strategy by pointing out that the rules themselves were a root cause of the social problems in representing not fairness, but naked symbolic power - and thus fierce oppression. - cf. Jordan B. Petersons perfectly clear remarks on this topic - and Steven Pinker in Enlightenment Now! and Jürgen Habermas' even more elaborated analysis in The Philosophical Dicourse of Modernity, 1985. -

    - Jürgen Habermas was among the first who saw the postmodern/deconstructivist theorem going off the rails. His friend Richard Rorty followed him with Achieving Our Country, in which he somehow predicted Trump's victory as a necessary political result of the deconstructivist identity politics (I wondered lately if the old Richard Rorty did look into V-Dare once or twice, when he wrote this astonishing little book of socio-political analysis - subject for further research)).

    Replies: @vinteuil

    Dude – You’re always on about Habermas – quite possibly the least interesting Herr-Doktor-Professor of all time.

    Roger Scruton totally had his number in Thinkers of the New Left.

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

    And Richard Rorty? That silliest of silly old fools? You’ve got to be kidding.

    Look: if you think think they’ve written something insightful, quote it. Don’t just wave your hands in the general direction of their barely readable books that nobody (I mean, quite literally, nobody) on this site will ever so much as glance at.

    • Replies: @James O'Meara
    @vinteuil

    "their barely readable books that nobody (I mean, quite literally, nobody) on this site will ever so much as glance at."

    I don't believe anyone ever has. Seriously.

    , @Dieter Kief
    @vinteuil

    I do find Roger Scruton's work interesting. - But look at the worldwide reception man. Jürgen Habermas' work is not least so interesting because he sees, what Weber and Popper have done to Marx. - And he added that Marx's philosophy of history was vain, since a) it leaves no room for the emergence of the social state and b) Marx does not understand the systemic progress within capitalist societies - such as the growing steering capacities of functioning bureaucracies (cf. Weber) and - the law, etc. pp.

    And he spells out the philosophical conundrums (rooted in Nietzche's and Heidegger's attacks on the Evening Empire's moral and philosophical foundations - seen from their perspective the thus deceitful reason and rationality of the modern West. - And that is something which matters indeed but is too much for Roger Scruton - this might be a bit harsh now, but therefor I leave out the part of the Scruton's story in which he might appear as - you know - - corrupted - ahh: Here is what I'm - admittedly a bit unpardoning - at - : - Roger Scruton is just too shallow a philosopher to think the quite deep philosophical conundrums of postmodernism and deconstructivism through in the thorough way Jürgen Habermas did in "The Philosophical Discourse on Modernity" and in Truth and Justification and Postmetaphysical Thinking (Pt. I and II) - and numerous other books. One of the most brilliant of Habermas' accomplishments is his critique of Freud - Freud as the man who misunderstood himself as a positivist - the "scientistic self-misunderstanding" of Freud. - That's how he put that.

    (I'll leave it with these flimsy sketches, which - beware - I did not pin down in order to convince you, Vinteuil).

    Eh - the never ever part of your comment might be (no: is) a bit over the top.

    Again: Roger Scruton is important and has done wonderful things - not least in former Czechoslovakia. That the late Roger Scruton was so close to the openly homosexual writer Douglas Murray I found moving too - on both sides of this (if you think about what Scruton had written about homosexual sex as degrading human self-respect, etc.) quite astonishing and - shall I say: English - (and moving) and quite strong duo.

    Replies: @Jim Don Bob

    , @res
    @vinteuil

    Any thoughts on that compared with his more recent Fools, Frauds and Firebrands? If I only wanted to read one which would you recommend?

    How about Conservatism : an invitation to the great tradition?

    Replies: @vinteuil

  99. The author loves to cling to the hope that his ‘fellow black citizens’ can somehow some way be integrated into the modern world.

    I just don’t get the negrophilia…

    Are there any other groups who worship other races while hating their own, the way that huwhites do?

    • Agree: AceDeuce
    • Replies: @Dieter Kief
    @Anonymous

    Steve Sailer tends (tries, attempts...) to be on the right side of reality.
    Reality understood in a broad sense (= including social reality). So - he is trying to acknowledge the basic facts, even though he seems not always too sure about where that leads to. - Which is right, I'd say.

  100. @unit472
    Kenosha only has a negro population of about 10,000 people. If we exclude those over 50 as being too old to riot and those under 15 as being too young we are left with about half the population being of riot age . Since 60% of negro women are obese and a sizable portion have children it is unrealistic to believe 50% of young negro women are capable of or available for rioting. So we have about 2500 black males and some smaller number of black females available for riot duty. Since some sizable percentage of Kenosha's black males would already be in jail or prison we really only have maybe 2000 black males who are healthy enough and available for riot duty

    I don't know how many times I have heard that the 'vast majority' of negroes are law abiding citizens but this is clearly not true. Seems the vast majority of young black males are now perfectly willing to engage in serious criminal activity.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Seneca44, @Barnard, @Known Fact, @Harry Baldwin, @AceDeuce

    I don’t know how many times I have heard that the ‘vast majority’ of negroes are law abiding citizens but this is clearly not true.

    One third of black men have felony convictions, so yes, it’s misleading to say the ‘vast majority’ of them are law abiding.

  101. @vinteuil
    @Dieter Kief

    Dude - You're always on about Habermas - quite possibly the least interesting Herr-Doktor-Professor of all time.

    Roger Scruton totally had his number in Thinkers of the New Left.

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

    And Richard Rorty? That silliest of silly old fools? You've got to be kidding.

    Look: if you think think they've written something insightful, quote it. Don't just wave your hands in the general direction of their barely readable books that nobody (I mean, quite literally, nobody) on this site will ever so much as glance at.

    Replies: @James O'Meara, @Dieter Kief, @res

    “their barely readable books that nobody (I mean, quite literally, nobody) on this site will ever so much as glance at.”

    I don’t believe anyone ever has. Seriously.

  102. From the MSM Ubercucks in Filthaderpia (City Slogan: “Philadelphia-Where Even The White People Are Assholes.”) the ultimate passive weasel word headline:

    “Philadelphia Police Cruiser Catches Fire.”

    https://www.nbcphiladelphia.com/news/local/philadelphia-police-cruiser-catches-fire/2513722/

    Spoiler Alert: It “caught fire” because a feral black criminal set it ablaze….

  103. @anon
    1966, The Bobby Fuller Four. I Fought The Law and The Law Won
    The dancers in this video have better moves than any dancers of 2020.
    Better looking too.
    Boomer Babes were the best.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OgtQj8O92eI

    Replies: @Dieter Kief

    Bobby Fuller – at 4:19 in – – looks quite a bit like – – Donald Trump, no?
    Thanks for posting this – refreshing – and strange, too: Signs from a parallel universe.

    • Replies: @anon
    @Dieter Kief


    Bobby Fuller – at 4:19 in – – looks quite a bit like – – Donald Trump, no?
     
    ... I sense another congressional investigation ... of his real past ...
  104. anon[237] • Disclaimer says:
    @ThreeCranes
    @Anonymous

    All three shootings appear to be self defense.

    First, (shot in head) threw a molotov cocktail at him. Second, tall dude wailed at him with his skate board*. Third (wounded in the arm) pistol wielding attacker.

    This should be interesting.

    Antifa believe that they can do anything and get away with it. Like spoiled children. Then when real consequences follow, they are shocked and surprised.

    Now don't you chickensh!ts condemn the shooter out of hand. Time to put your money where your mouth is and back him up. He was attacked repeatedly and he defended himself.

    *Don't believe that a skate board is a deadly weapon? Then stand there while I hit you on the head with one. A four foot long board with solid aluminum trucks packs a wallop. That's a long lever arm, just like a baseball bat.

    Replies: @anon

    *Don’t believe that a skate board is a deadly weapon?

    The foolish nerd in Dallas a few months back who came out onto the street with his sword in hand only to die was clearly hit more than once with a skateboard. Anything capable of causing grave bodily harm or death can be classified as a “deadly weapon”.

    Therefore a skateboard is a deadly weapon.

    QED

  105. @vinteuil
    @Dieter Kief

    Dude - You're always on about Habermas - quite possibly the least interesting Herr-Doktor-Professor of all time.

    Roger Scruton totally had his number in Thinkers of the New Left.

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

    And Richard Rorty? That silliest of silly old fools? You've got to be kidding.

    Look: if you think think they've written something insightful, quote it. Don't just wave your hands in the general direction of their barely readable books that nobody (I mean, quite literally, nobody) on this site will ever so much as glance at.

    Replies: @James O'Meara, @Dieter Kief, @res

    I do find Roger Scruton’s work interesting. – But look at the worldwide reception man. Jürgen Habermas’ work is not least so interesting because he sees, what Weber and Popper have done to Marx. – And he added that Marx’s philosophy of history was vain, since a) it leaves no room for the emergence of the social state and b) Marx does not understand the systemic progress within capitalist societies – such as the growing steering capacities of functioning bureaucracies (cf. Weber) and – the law, etc. pp.

    And he spells out the philosophical conundrums (rooted in Nietzche’s and Heidegger’s attacks on the Evening Empire’s moral and philosophical foundations – seen from their perspective the thus deceitful reason and rationality of the modern West. – And that is something which matters indeed but is too much for Roger Scruton – this might be a bit harsh now, but therefor I leave out the part of the Scruton’s story in which he might appear as – you know – – corrupted – ahh: Here is what I’m – admittedly a bit unpardoning – at – : – Roger Scruton is just too shallow a philosopher to think the quite deep philosophical conundrums of postmodernism and deconstructivism through in the thorough way Jürgen Habermas did in “The Philosophical Discourse on Modernity” and in Truth and Justification and Postmetaphysical Thinking (Pt. I and II) – and numerous other books. One of the most brilliant of Habermas’ accomplishments is his critique of Freud – Freud as the man who misunderstood himself as a positivist – the “scientistic self-misunderstanding” of Freud. – That’s how he put that.

    (I’ll leave it with these flimsy sketches, which – beware – I did not pin down in order to convince you, Vinteuil).

    Eh – the never ever part of your comment might be (no: is) a bit over the top.

    Again: Roger Scruton is important and has done wonderful things – not least in former Czechoslovakia. That the late Roger Scruton was so close to the openly homosexual writer Douglas Murray I found moving too – on both sides of this (if you think about what Scruton had written about homosexual sex as degrading human self-respect, etc.) quite astonishing and – shall I say: English – (and moving) and quite strong duo.

    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob
    @Dieter Kief


    That the late Roger Scruton was so close to the openly homosexual writer Douglas Murray I found moving . . .
     
    Hate the sin, love the sinner.

    Plus Murray does not wear his homosexuality on his sleeve like Andrew Sullivan does. I enjoyed reading The Madness of Crowds and The Strange Death of Europe.

    Replies: @Dieter Kief

  106. Anonymous[387] • Disclaimer says:
    @Redman
    @Anonymous

    You can’t be serious. Tucker just became the highest rated news reporter in the country. He’s playing the long game.

    He’s one of the only major voices not totally controlled by corporatist globalists. The Neff scandal manufactured by the MSM sucks. No question. But this ain’t Tucker’s hill to die on. Even with loyalty (which I greatly value) there must be a cost-benefit analysis.

    And I thought the way he addressed Neff on his show was excellent. He basically said that the folks behind the Neff dox, and all of cancel culture, will get their’s eventually. In hell.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    You can’t be serious. Tucker just became the highest rated news reporter in the country. He’s playing the long game.

    I keep hearing the exact same thing about Trump, too, and it is equally unconvincing.

    And I thought the way he addressed Neff on his show was excellent. He basically said that the folks behind the Neff dox, and all of cancel culture, will get their’s eventually. In hell.

    I am afraid that is nothing more than a convenient excuse that absolves conservatives from having to do anything about it on earth.

    (Heaven forfend that conservatives act to solve a problem rather than talk about what ought to be done.)

    I suppose that Mr. Carlson does fulfil the useful function of keeping conservatives distracted with a lot of fine talk. So there’s that.

    For some people, it is enough. I do not count myself among their number.

  107. @Jack D

    Will anybody dare inform blacks that they are the architects of their own troubles, and that the most effective way to deal with negative stereotypes about them is to stop committing so many murders?
     
    The problem with this is that "blacks" are not collectively responsible for the actions of their murderers, any more than white are collectively responsible for the action of KKK members. Most black people are not murderers and are not responsible for the small % of blacks who are.

    Now it would be nice if blacks did not keep making excuses for the less law abiding members of their race (if you expand the definition from murder to include various sorts of petty and non-petty crime this includes a substantial portion of the black underclass - if you are black and not such a person then you KNOW many such people - they are your brothers, sons, schoolmates, etc. This is true even of blacks who have themselves escaped the ghetto.

    But really this is too much to ask. Human nature has always been, " I, against my brothers. I and my brothers against my cousins. I and my brothers and my cousins against the world. " As Steve has often said, race is really family or tribe writ large.

    Non-tribal whites are really the exception here in their willingness to sell out their racial brothers. And really this is not out of any altruism but usually out of status signalling - "those people are white people but they are low class, not like me."

    Replies: @gent, @Harry Baldwin

    Human nature has always been, ” I, against my brothers. I and my brothers against my cousins. I and my brothers and my cousins against the world. ”

    That’s a Pashtun saying, illustrative of a violent tribal people who will only briefly stop feuding among themselves when a foreign enemy invades. It is not human nature. Whites aren’t like that. I don’t know most of my cousins and the ones I know are Progressives. I wouldn’t automatically take their side in a struggle.

  108. @unit472
    Kenosha only has a negro population of about 10,000 people. If we exclude those over 50 as being too old to riot and those under 15 as being too young we are left with about half the population being of riot age . Since 60% of negro women are obese and a sizable portion have children it is unrealistic to believe 50% of young negro women are capable of or available for rioting. So we have about 2500 black males and some smaller number of black females available for riot duty. Since some sizable percentage of Kenosha's black males would already be in jail or prison we really only have maybe 2000 black males who are healthy enough and available for riot duty

    I don't know how many times I have heard that the 'vast majority' of negroes are law abiding citizens but this is clearly not true. Seems the vast majority of young black males are now perfectly willing to engage in serious criminal activity.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Seneca44, @Barnard, @Known Fact, @Harry Baldwin, @AceDeuce

    Finally, people are starting to f ‘ing get it.

    YES

    “Law-abiding blacks” are like “Moderate Muslims”.

    Don’t trust a f ‘ing single one of them.

  109. @Dieter Kief
    @anon

    Bobby Fuller - at 4:19 in - - looks quite a bit like - - Donald Trump, no?
    Thanks for posting this - refreshing - and strange, too: Signs from a parallel universe.

    Replies: @anon

    Bobby Fuller – at 4:19 in – – looks quite a bit like – – Donald Trump, no?

    … I sense another congressional investigation … of his real past …

  110. @Dieter Kief
    @vinteuil

    I do find Roger Scruton's work interesting. - But look at the worldwide reception man. Jürgen Habermas' work is not least so interesting because he sees, what Weber and Popper have done to Marx. - And he added that Marx's philosophy of history was vain, since a) it leaves no room for the emergence of the social state and b) Marx does not understand the systemic progress within capitalist societies - such as the growing steering capacities of functioning bureaucracies (cf. Weber) and - the law, etc. pp.

    And he spells out the philosophical conundrums (rooted in Nietzche's and Heidegger's attacks on the Evening Empire's moral and philosophical foundations - seen from their perspective the thus deceitful reason and rationality of the modern West. - And that is something which matters indeed but is too much for Roger Scruton - this might be a bit harsh now, but therefor I leave out the part of the Scruton's story in which he might appear as - you know - - corrupted - ahh: Here is what I'm - admittedly a bit unpardoning - at - : - Roger Scruton is just too shallow a philosopher to think the quite deep philosophical conundrums of postmodernism and deconstructivism through in the thorough way Jürgen Habermas did in "The Philosophical Discourse on Modernity" and in Truth and Justification and Postmetaphysical Thinking (Pt. I and II) - and numerous other books. One of the most brilliant of Habermas' accomplishments is his critique of Freud - Freud as the man who misunderstood himself as a positivist - the "scientistic self-misunderstanding" of Freud. - That's how he put that.

    (I'll leave it with these flimsy sketches, which - beware - I did not pin down in order to convince you, Vinteuil).

    Eh - the never ever part of your comment might be (no: is) a bit over the top.

    Again: Roger Scruton is important and has done wonderful things - not least in former Czechoslovakia. That the late Roger Scruton was so close to the openly homosexual writer Douglas Murray I found moving too - on both sides of this (if you think about what Scruton had written about homosexual sex as degrading human self-respect, etc.) quite astonishing and - shall I say: English - (and moving) and quite strong duo.

    Replies: @Jim Don Bob

    That the late Roger Scruton was so close to the openly homosexual writer Douglas Murray I found moving . . .

    Hate the sin, love the sinner.

    Plus Murray does not wear his homosexuality on his sleeve like Andrew Sullivan does. I enjoyed reading The Madness of Crowds and The Strange Death of Europe.

    • Agree: Dieter Kief
    • Replies: @Dieter Kief
    @Jim Don Bob

    Let me just add - this sinner/sin thought of yours applies in my understanding for both - lately befriended - men: For Douglas Murray as well as for Roger Scruton.

  111. @Dieter Kief
    @res


    The left is pretty much all in on attacking Tucker right now. Not surprising we would see some attempts to divide and conquer.
     
    Tucker Carlson is burdened maybe with a bit too much adoration and the longing for release from the right too. - Resulting in frustration, fear and pain and all that about him on the right as well as on the left. - Idiot wind - blowing dwon the back roads heading south...(Bob Dylan).

    // Many are the afflictions of the righteous: but the Lord delivereth him out of them all. Psalm 34:19

    Replies: @res

    That’s true, but I would expect most of the frustrated right to realize that if Tucker goes much further he is gone.

    The article and the comment quoting it here both seemed written from the point of view of a leftist trying to sow dissension among the right.

  112. @vinteuil
    @Dieter Kief

    Dude - You're always on about Habermas - quite possibly the least interesting Herr-Doktor-Professor of all time.

    Roger Scruton totally had his number in Thinkers of the New Left.

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

    And Richard Rorty? That silliest of silly old fools? You've got to be kidding.

    Look: if you think think they've written something insightful, quote it. Don't just wave your hands in the general direction of their barely readable books that nobody (I mean, quite literally, nobody) on this site will ever so much as glance at.

    Replies: @James O'Meara, @Dieter Kief, @res

    Any thoughts on that compared with his more recent Fools, Frauds and Firebrands? If I only wanted to read one which would you recommend?

    How about Conservatism : an invitation to the great tradition?

    • Replies: @vinteuil
    @res


    Any thoughts on that compared with his more recent Fools, Frauds and Firebrands? If I only wanted to read one which would you recommend?
     
    I've only read the older version, so I can't say. Just be sure to read one or the other.

    How about Conservatism : an invitation to the great tradition?
     
    Sir Roger (whose acquaintance I was fortunate enough to make, for a couple of years) wrote so much, and so beautifully, on so many topics, that it was hard to keep track. This one remains on my reading list.

    While we were working together, we were mainly talking about Beethoven & Wagner. If you're interested in music, Sir Roger's writings about Tristan & The Ring are brilliant - the next things to read after Ernest Newman.
  113. @Anonymous
    The author loves to cling to the hope that his 'fellow black citizens' can somehow some way be integrated into the modern world.

    I just don't get the negrophilia...

    Are there any other groups who worship other races while hating their own, the way that huwhites do?

    Replies: @Dieter Kief

    Steve Sailer tends (tries, attempts…) to be on the right side of reality.
    Reality understood in a broad sense (= including social reality). So – he is trying to acknowledge the basic facts, even though he seems not always too sure about where that leads to. – Which is right, I’d say.

  114. @res
    @vinteuil

    Any thoughts on that compared with his more recent Fools, Frauds and Firebrands? If I only wanted to read one which would you recommend?

    How about Conservatism : an invitation to the great tradition?

    Replies: @vinteuil

    Any thoughts on that compared with his more recent Fools, Frauds and Firebrands? If I only wanted to read one which would you recommend?

    I’ve only read the older version, so I can’t say. Just be sure to read one or the other.

    How about Conservatism : an invitation to the great tradition?

    Sir Roger (whose acquaintance I was fortunate enough to make, for a couple of years) wrote so much, and so beautifully, on so many topics, that it was hard to keep track. This one remains on my reading list.

    While we were working together, we were mainly talking about Beethoven & Wagner. If you’re interested in music, Sir Roger’s writings about Tristan & The Ring are brilliant – the next things to read after Ernest Newman.

    • Thanks: res
  115. @Jim Don Bob
    @Dieter Kief


    That the late Roger Scruton was so close to the openly homosexual writer Douglas Murray I found moving . . .
     
    Hate the sin, love the sinner.

    Plus Murray does not wear his homosexuality on his sleeve like Andrew Sullivan does. I enjoyed reading The Madness of Crowds and The Strange Death of Europe.

    Replies: @Dieter Kief

    Let me just add – this sinner/sin thought of yours applies in my understanding for both – lately befriended – men: For Douglas Murray as well as for Roger Scruton.

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