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The March Against White Supremacy has reached southern Mexico.

From New York Magazine:

Is the Right’s ‘Caravan’ Panic a Reenactment of Its Favorite Racist Novel?
By Ed Kilgore

… Partisan politics aside, this whole meme involving a possible military response to refugees besieging the United States reminded me of something … and it finally hit me: It was pretty close to the central premise of The Camp of the Saints, Jean Raspail’s racist French novel of the 1970s that nativists have recently revived as offering a literary warning that the West’s self-destructive liberalism is betraying white people into the hands of their Third World enemies. …

But at some point, we have to take people seriously when they treat migrants as an existential threat to civilization, and the use of force against them as a sad but necessary measure of self-defense.

In other words, the elected government of the United States of America has no moral right to defend our borders.

In contrast, one of the few surviving sane white male Democrats, Thomas Edsall of the NYT, tweets:

Obviously, these kind of pictures aren’t good for the Democrats.

On the other other hand, Paul Krugman is outraged that GOP donor Sheldon Adelson doesn’t understand what is good for the Jews:

By the way, let me offer a couple of observations:

The existence of the simple term “Caravan” to describe what’s going on has a major Sapir-Whorf impact on how easy it is to think and talk about this. In contrast, there’s never been an agreed upon term for the 2015 event I call Merkel’s Mistake, so a lot of people don’t seem to remember it well.

Second, there are strikingly few iconic photos of the size of Merkel’s Muslim Mob. Nigel Farage wisely seized upon one:

There was much huffing and puffing over how dare Farage use a photo. What could be more demagogic than photography?

In contrast, I’ve seen lots of photos like the one above taken from a high vantage point showing the Caravan walking down a slight valley on a straight road thus well-displaying its size.

 
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  1. Star of David on truck at 3:03.

    Gotta be Adelson.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @Anonymous

    The Spanish speaking world loves clumsily appropriated multiculti symbolism. One six-pointed star does not an Israeli destabilization campaign make. Izzies and American Jews are absolutely known to be doing this sort of thing, but it had not been demonstrated yet in this case. The Dutch military uses six-pointed stars in their rank insignia; that has nothing to do with Judaism, it's just that nearly everybody else uses fivers.

    Replies: @istevefan

    , @Rosie
    @Anonymous


    Trump's lies about Soros funding the caravan are a further mainstreaming of an alt-right conspiracy theory: Jewish financiers are scheming to replace you with brown people
     
    Lol my achin' sides. I wonder how many White people will see that tweet and think hmmm...

    Replies: @El Dato

    , @Achmed E. Newman
    @Anonymous

    About the title on that embedded youtube vid: Don't threaten, Mr. President, do it! You're Commander in Chief.

    , @Svigor
    @Anonymous


    Trump's lies about Soros funding the caravan are a further mainstreaming of an alt-right conspiracy theory: Jewish financiers are scheming to replace you with brown people 1/
     
    Where's the lie, again?

    Replies: @dvorak

    , @Russ
    @Anonymous

    Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Krugman: Red-assed to this day over the failure of his predicted stock market implosion upon Trump's election.

    Replies: @FO337

    , @Olorin
    @Anonymous

    I keep thinking that Cholera Paul can't get worse, then he does.

    A prevailing cultural myth is that once upon a time, "journalists" were professionally fact-diggy people who wouldn't sneer at their readers about how certain people were wrong about their assumptions or assertions, but instead would have curiosity about the issue, go out and investigate it, and present corrective or corroborating information.

    The vapors-having bodice-heaving Krugman is so predictable and content-impoverished, it can do nothing but attest to the correctness of those at whom he snipes.

    It tends also to offer additional evidence of something long observed by our host regarding LimoLib Paul:

    https://isteve.blogspot.com/2008/10/i-had-not-realized-nobel-laureate-paul.html

    , @tyrone
    @Anonymous

    "replace you with brown people" SO,Krugman does know what's going on.

    , @Wade
    @Anonymous

    Why would Sheldon Adelson support this cause. I thought he was just an Israel-firster. I thought fomenting migrant crises situations was more of a Soros thing.

    Replies: @J.Ross

    , @Wade
    @Anonymous

    I didn't see the star at 3:03. Maybe I'm blind. I did see it perfectly clear though on the right-hand side of the screen painted on to the white cab @ 3:20.

  2. My favorite part of this march to re-elect Trump is where I play Where’s Waldo except that I am not looking for Waldo. I am looking for Tiny Duck, because I just know he has to be waddling around in that crowd somewhere.

    • Replies: @MBlanc46
    @Precious

    They’re not black enough for TD.

    , @fish
    @Precious

    Look low....Tiny will be the one giving blowjobs to tired and stressed out caravaners!

    Replies: @Charles Erwin Wilson

  3. So which weather-controlling Jew is whipping up Hurricane Willa?

    • Replies: @Dennis Dale
    @Thirdtwin

    So which weather-controlling Jew is whipping up Hurricane Willa?

    This reads like an NPC programmed if/then response. If potential antisemitism then invoke conspiracy theory.

    Standing this thing next to the weather only underscores the improbability it's spontaneous.

    Replies: @FO337, @Thirdtwin

    , @Svigor
    @Thirdtwin

    Watch out for that Nazi under your bed there, (((guy))).

    , @songbird
    @Thirdtwin

    I thought it was the same Halliburton hurricane machine that Bush used to devastate New Orleans and sweep it of its blacks.

  4. Is Krugman actually a deep cover saboteur? Nothing burns away willingness to bury the hatchet with the Tribe like Isra’Aid, a gang of young Israeli operatives who leave the country with the most restrictive immigration and asylum standards on Earth to aggressively destabilize other nations. How is Krugman always perfectly backwards?
    —-
    >the right’s favorite racist novel
    Would have to be old Flashie, especially the first one, where he is not only a racist but a rapist! Imagine, having a protagonist who is not a didactic moral model for the reader to emulate, but a foil for historically accurate and truly admirable heroes (like the soldier who restrains Harry from attacking one of his victims, simultaneously pitying Harry as he has recently been tortured).
    Attempting to dismiss Raspail like this is laughable. The events of that novel have largely already come to pass beyond any dispute. Bringing it up is spreading the word.

    • Replies: @DuanDiRen
    @J.Ross

    Flashman is easily the greatest series of books I ever read. I am keenly awaiting Fraser's autobiography of WWII, Quartered Safe Out Here, which I have ordered but have received yet.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @stillCARealist

    , @the one they call Desanex
    @J.Ross

    The great Frazetta did a couple of Flashman book covers in the seventies, this one for Flashman at the Charge:
    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-Llq7kcTTvig/Ty2l4s7vkwI/AAAAAAAAAn0/x0JSOxnVvjA/s640/flash2.jpg
    I like naked girls and all, but I think Frazetta did horses even better than he did girls.

    Replies: @Alden, @Jim Don Bob

  5. “Grover Norquist on Open Borders and Racist Immigration Policy”

    • Replies: @Bubba
    @Pat Rockford

    Grover the RINO Asshole was partying hard with Dennis Hof and some male porn performers at the Bunny Ranch last week - the night before Dennis died. Grover likes his women illegally in the States and doing illegal things (except where its legal in certain areas of Nevada). BTW - Grover is 100% totally owned by the Saudis. If Prince Mohammad bin Salman told Grover to get on his knees or bend over, Grover would have to start sucking or ride bareback in a millisecond.

    , @Percy Gryce
    @Pat Rockford

    A great untold story is how there were some prominent Catholics among the Know Nothings. Actually the story has been told in the last section of At Peace with All Their Neighbors, a history of Catholics in Washington, D.C., by the late Pulitzer Prize winner William W. Warner.

    https://www.amazon.com/dp/0878405577

    , @Russ
    @Pat Rockford

    At first glance, I thought that the bespectacled gent in the video was Penn Jilette. Of course, it'd take a magician of his caliber to turn Open Borders into something beneficial to the U.S. middle class.

  6. @Anonymous
    https://twitter.com/paulkrugman/status/1054011151082758144

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r2wHQ4Bc_88&t=200

    Star of David on truck at 3:03.

    Gotta be Adelson.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Rosie, @Achmed E. Newman, @Svigor, @Russ, @Olorin, @tyrone, @Wade, @Wade

    The Spanish speaking world loves clumsily appropriated multiculti symbolism. One six-pointed star does not an Israeli destabilization campaign make. Izzies and American Jews are absolutely known to be doing this sort of thing, but it had not been demonstrated yet in this case. The Dutch military uses six-pointed stars in their rank insignia; that has nothing to do with Judaism, it’s just that nearly everybody else uses fivers.

    • Replies: @istevefan
    @J.Ross


    The Spanish speaking world loves clumsily appropriated multiculti symbolism.
     
    Does that include appropriating an Israeli flag? I've seen this making its rounds on twitter. Maybe there is a simple explanation, such as an Israeli official was visiting this gal on this particular day. But it does seem odd.

    https://twitter.com/99freemind/status/1054100940784103426

    Replies: @C. Van Carter, @J.Ross, @Russ, @RVBlake, @Jack D, @Reg Cæsar

  7. We shall undercu-u-ut
    We shall undercu-u-ut
    We shall undercut
    your wa-a-a-age.

    O-oh, deep in your heart-
    land, we won’t leave.
    We shall undercut your wage.

    • Replies: @Daniel Williams
    @Reg Cæsar

    You think the people in this caravan are coming here to work?

    Replies: @notanon, @Reg Cæsar

  8. “few surviving sane white male Democrats”

    What?? How can any sane white male still be a Democrat?

    • Replies: @Dennis Dale
    @Nathan

    Someone has to keep the lights on and the plumbing from overflowing. In that respect a white guy of average or better ability is actually finding a niche with less competition. Just have to occasionally play the carnival geek and let them do the equivalent of pelting you with rotten vegetables.

    Replies: @Nathan

    , @Jefferson
    @Nathan

    "What?? How can any sane white male still be a Democrat"

    Hillary Clinton won 31% of the White male vote.

    Replies: @Eagle Eye, @Charles Erwin Wilson

    , @notanon
    @Nathan

    live in an all-white area and believe the TV

    (although given it's all a lie you could say believing the TV's version of reality is a form of insanity)

  9. @Thirdtwin
    So which weather-controlling Jew is whipping up Hurricane Willa?

    Replies: @Dennis Dale, @Svigor, @songbird

    So which weather-controlling Jew is whipping up Hurricane Willa?

    This reads like an NPC programmed if/then response. If potential antisemitism then invoke conspiracy theory.

    Standing this thing next to the weather only underscores the improbability it’s spontaneous.

    • Replies: @FO337
    @Dennis Dale


    This reads like an NPC programmed if/then response. If potential antisemitism then invoke conspiracy theory.
     
    Well put. Insisting that any Jews anywhere are responsible for anything is like, well, it's like imagining that women are responsible for anything. Or.... fill in the blank.

    Nothing to see here, honest.
    , @Thirdtwin
    @Dennis Dale

    It's a joke. Don't be such a crank. I'm not making fun of your conspiracy theories, really.

    Replies: @Dennis Dale

  10. In contrast, there’s never been an agreed upon term for the 2015 event I call Merkel’s Mistake, so a lot of people don’t seem to remember it well.

    The Merkel Migration?

    The Islamic Inundation?

    The Foreign Flood?

    The Alien Invasion?

    This long after the fact, you may also need to add “The 2015 . . . ” As in, “The 2015 Merkel Migration.” It’s a challenge because any mentally sticky phrase needs to be alliterative, pithy and clever all at the same time.

    For example, the phrase “Jobs not Mobs” as a Republican midterm election slogan was recently born on some message boards, fine tuned by Scott Adams, and was then picked up and used by Trump himself. It now seems to be getting some traction.

    • Replies: @Laugh Track
    @Hypnotoad666


    In contrast, there’s never been an agreed upon term for the 2015 event I call Merkel’s Mistake, so a lot of people don’t seem to remember it well.
     
    I thought Steve coined the phrase "Merkel's Boner"... That was pretty memorable.

    Replies: @The Anti-Gnostic

    , @SunBakedSuburb
    @Hypnotoad666

    Being a bit of a conspiracy nut I don't see "Merkel's Mistake" as a mistake. Frau Merkel was merely enacting phase one of the browning of Western Civilization. Since the injection of brown and black bodies into Europe was successful, phase two, North America, has been initiated.

    , @anon
    @Hypnotoad666

    Steve's Merkel's Boner was perfect. Fred Merkle's 1908 baserunning mistake is part of baseball lore. Sadly, however, whereas a boner was a blunder in 1908, nowadays people would only wonder why Steve is talking about Angela Merkel's erect penis.

    A blundering erect penis is a totally different thing.

    Replies: @Anonymous

  11. istevefan says:

    Remember all the experts telling us that since immigration from Mexico was down, a wall was no longer needed? Yeah, right.

    Without arguing about whether Mexico is one earthquake, hurricane or revolution away from a mass exodus, it should be crystal clear that Central America and beyond is a threat.

    • Replies: @Svigor
    @istevefan

    Excellent judo, my friend. Mexico and other shitty countries along the way have feigned helplessness in the face of the migrant mob, a claim loudly repeated by Big Media.

    "We need the wall because best way to stop migrant mobs" is a perfectly-executed hip toss.

    , @FO337
    @istevefan

    It should also be emphasized that we have a dozen consulates throughout Mexico where anyone--anyone at all--is free to apply for legal admission to the United States. Think of all the legwork it'll save.

    @J.Ross


    Is Krugman actually a deep cover saboteur?
     
    You know? He used to write about interesting things now and then. But then he, and that, got old, apparently.
  12. Camp of Saints was racist because it could never happen in real life. Only racists would imagine caravans like that.

    Nothing like having a situation precipitate just before the election.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @anonymous

    I was just gonna write that I wonder if this Mr. Kilgore really read Camp of the Saints. It was a gripping book, and that means a lot for one that doesn't have a whole lot of action at all. The French-English translator did a hell of a job with it, too. I recommend that book, not to learn about how the immigration-invasion happened, as it's been a good bit different in reality, but how the mindset of the people over the years* made the bad result inevitable.

    Camp of the Saints should be read by every immigration patriot.

    * This was set/written in the early 1970's.

  13. 21st century Adrianople. Rome was brought down by mass migrations. US will too, if we don’t get a backbone.

    • Replies: @International Jew
    @NJ Transit Commuter

    Adrianople was a battle, though. The Romans fought, and lost. The Romans never gave anything away just because they were nice.

    Replies: @CrunchybutRealistCon, @Anonymous

    , @Mr. Anon
    @NJ Transit Commuter


    21st century Adrianople.
     
    Adrianople, and the events leading up to it, is indeed an apt analogy to what is happening now.

    These foreign invaders are labeled with the harmless-sounding term "migrant".

    There is a term commonly used in german to describe a series of historical events: "Voelkerwanderung", usually translated as "migration of peoples" - a pretty innoffensive sounding term. It's what Gibbon referred to as "The Barbarian Invasions".
  14. istevefan says:
    @J.Ross
    @Anonymous

    The Spanish speaking world loves clumsily appropriated multiculti symbolism. One six-pointed star does not an Israeli destabilization campaign make. Izzies and American Jews are absolutely known to be doing this sort of thing, but it had not been demonstrated yet in this case. The Dutch military uses six-pointed stars in their rank insignia; that has nothing to do with Judaism, it's just that nearly everybody else uses fivers.

    Replies: @istevefan

    The Spanish speaking world loves clumsily appropriated multiculti symbolism.

    Does that include appropriating an Israeli flag? I’ve seen this making its rounds on twitter. Maybe there is a simple explanation, such as an Israeli official was visiting this gal on this particular day. But it does seem odd.

    https://twitter.com/99freemind/status/1054100940784103426

    • Replies: @C. Van Carter
    @istevefan

    The President of Honduras is a Mashav graduate:

    https://www.jpost.com/Israel-News/President-of-Honduras-to-take-part-in-Israel-Independence-Day-ceremony-548976

    , @J.Ross
    @istevefan

    Israel gives tons of money to weak, tiny countries, to be able to have more than just our vote at the UN. Israel does as a nation the same bizarre lopsided outreach gestures offerred by serial killers who want to seem "human." What I want is organizational and/or personal names (like Isra'Aid) and concrete placement.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dMWqMRfAlLE

    Replies: @the one they call Desanex

    , @Russ
    @istevefan

    Is Honduras sub-secretary of international relations Nelly Jerez so much as a day over 25 years old? Small wonder the mob tore through that country like guano through a goose.

    , @RVBlake
    @istevefan

    Perhaps Nelly is an Evangelical.

    Replies: @Autochthon

    , @Jack D
    @istevefan

    I'm guessing that this photo is taken completely out of context - that it was taken during a visit by the Israeli ambassador or something. I can totally believe that Soros sponsored NGO's are assisting with the march (not that this means that it is a Jooish conspiracy) but Netanyahu probably likes Soros even less than you do and Israel has zero interest in sponsoring a central American invasion of the US. Anyway, everyone knows that Joos are the HIDDEN hand behind everything bad. They would never come out and show themselves like this any more than Putin will openly admit that he is stuffing the ballot boxes in Akron.

    , @Reg Cæsar
    @istevefan

    Isn't Honduras among the few countries that recognize Taiwan? Pariahs have to stick together.

    Honduras had a white-Honduras immigration policy forty years ago. Do they still?

  15. I look at the photo and I read that there are now 7000 refugees heading towards our border. In any other Lib/SJW sponsored march the number of marchers shown would be 500,000. Guess they don’t want to scare their base.

  16. as this latest mob of invasive ethnorcs approaches the erased border,

    then breaks up and crosses the erased border in penny packets

    (just like the last one did)

    Trump will continue his mock-ferocious tweetstorms,

    and the White idjits who voted for whom will fail to notice what actually happened.

    (just like the last time)

  17. Somehow this ceased being true the moment Trump was elected:

    …the benefits of immigration to the population already here are small. The reason is that immigrant workers are, at least roughly speaking, paid their “marginal product”: an immigrant worker is paid roughly the value of the additional goods and services he or she enables the U.S. economy to produce. That means that there isn’t anything left over to increase the income of the people already here.

    …immigration reduces the wages of domestic workers who compete with immigrants. That’s just supply and demand: we’re talking about large increases in the number of low-skill workers relative to other inputs into production, so it’s inevitable that this means a fall in wages. Mr. Borjas and Mr. Katz have to go through a lot of number-crunching to turn that general proposition into specific estimates of the wage impact, but the general point seems impossible to deny.

    Finally, the fiscal burden of low-wage immigrants is also pretty clear. Mr. Hanson uses some estimates from the National Research Council to get a specific number, around 0.25 percent of G.D.P. Again, I think that you’d be hard pressed to find any set of assumptions under which Mexican immigrants are a net fiscal plus…

    https://krugman.blogs.nytimes.com/2006/03/27/notes-on-immigration/

    • Agree: utu
    • Replies: @International Jew
    @C. Van Carter

    Just twelve years ago, wow. Steve's right: half of America has succumbed to mental illness.

    , @TomSchmidt
    @C. Van Carter

    That's gold. Steve needs to highlight that!

    , @anon
    @C. Van Carter

    Just stunning that he can write this (very reasonable) critique of immigration in 2006 and then scream racist Nazi at people repeating his own words today.
    These people are out of my league. I would feel guilty being such a blatant hypocrite. I would feel intellectual shame and basic fear of being caught lying.
    There is no need to rebut this person in the debate arena. You don't argue rights and wrongs with a criminal - you just argue the facts of their guilt at their trial. Prison or Deportation for Krugman and his kind.

    , @istevefan
    @C. Van Carter

    In February 2000, the NY Times ran this editorial opposing amnesty!

    The primary problem with amnesties is that they beget more illegal immigration. Demographers trace the doubling of the number of Mexican immigrants since 1990 in part to the amnesty of the 1980's. Amnesties signal foreign workers that American citizenship can be had by sneaking across the border, or staying beyond the term of one's visa, and hiding out until Congress passes the next amnesty. The 1980's amnesty also attracted a large flow of illegal relatives of those workers who became newly legal. All that is unfair to those who play by the immigration rules and wait years to gain legal admission.

    It is also unfair to unskilled workers already in the United States. Between about 1980 and 1995, the gap between the wages of high school dropouts and all other workers widened substantially. Prof. George Borjas of Harvard estimates that almost half of this trend can be traced to immigration of unskilled workers. Illegal immigration of unskilled workers induced by another amnesty would make matters worse. The better course of action is to honor America's proud tradition by continuing to welcome legal immigrants and find ways to punish employers who refuse to obey the law.
     

    Replies: @FO337

    , @Anonymous
    @C. Van Carter

    Sorry Mr. Krugman, but just about the entirety of the modern economics profession, including the *BIG* bastards at The Economist magazine, *do* deny - and deny vehemently - the notion that the 'law of supply and demand' is valid in the context of wages and immigration.

    Replies: @Craig Nelsen

  18. The left will not cease until we are a powerless and despised minority as we are in South Africa. And even then it won’t be enough until we are erased from existence as a distinct people.

  19. Guess what ALL PEOPLE OF COLOR AGREE ON?

    WE NEED LESS WHITE PEOPLE.

    WE NEED LESS WHITE POWER.

    WE NEED LESS WHITE SUPRMEACY.

    WE NEED LESS WHITE PRIVILEGE

    YOU guys are scared spitless and are cowards. I thought superior white men could deal with anything? You lost in South Africa. You lost in the civil war. You will lose here and in Europe.

    ITS OVER

    Your descendents will be OF COLOR

    GET OVER IT

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Tiny Duck


    WE NEED LESS WHITE SUPRMEACY.
     
    That sounds like one of those weird English desserts, like spotted dick.
    , @unpc downunder
    @Tiny Duck

    Okay I'm not an American, but wasn't the Civil War a battle between white guys? Perhaps you mean the 60s urban revolts by blacks, "burn baby burn." Some people say whites lost these revolts, but you could also that blacks committed an own goal by turning areas like Detroit into no go zones for investors.

    , @propagandist hacker
    @Tiny Duck

    you are probably correct

  20. @Nathan
    "few surviving sane white male Democrats"

    What?? How can any sane white male still be a Democrat?

    Replies: @Dennis Dale, @Jefferson, @notanon

    Someone has to keep the lights on and the plumbing from overflowing. In that respect a white guy of average or better ability is actually finding a niche with less competition. Just have to occasionally play the carnival geek and let them do the equivalent of pelting you with rotten vegetables.

    • Replies: @Nathan
    @Dennis Dale

    Yeah, but this guy is keeping the lights and plumbing working for carny geeks in hopes of being the last chicken to get its head bit off... or something. I don't see any rational reason to support team We Hate You.

    These people are easy to laugh off. I'm sure people in Cambodia and Venezuela had a good laugh at the expense of the chubby losers that eventually took over and killed everyone. The important thing to remember is that they mean what they say- they want to kill us.

  21. Krugman and every Jew I have ever met are all convinced that evangelicals are rabid anti Semites who want to start gassing Jews at the first opportunity. In reality, evangelicals are the most fanatically pro Jew group (outside of Jews) on the planet unlike all these third worlders with whom Jews are flooding white countries.

    http://www.pewforum.org/2017/02/15/americans-express-increasingly-warm-feelings-toward-religious-groups/

    • Agree: TTSSYF
    • Replies: @BigDickNick
    @TheBoom

    Jews seem completely incapable of having a realistic self image or noticing how others perceive them.

    , @Anon
    @TheBoom

    In reality, evangelicals are the most fanatically pro Jew group (outside of Jews) on the planet unlike all these third worlders with whom Jews are flooding white countries.

    It's a strange love affair. Evangelicals believe there will be the End of Days when Jesus comes to zap all Jews who don't convert. They want Jews to go to Israel so that the End of Days will be upon us.

    As Jews don't believe in the End of Days, they toy with dumb Evangelicals and encourage them to support Israel.

    , @Anonymous
    @TheBoom

    Latin America is actually one of the only places outside the US where evangelicalism is fairly big and growing. It's why Latin American countries are often the only countries besides the US to have good relations with Israel and to do things like move their embassies to Jerusalem. It's why Bolsonaro in Brazil is pro-Israel. Brazilian Evangelicals are part of his electoral coalition.

    The rise of evangelicalism and decline of communism in Latin America have made Latin America more pro-Jewish and pro-Israel.

    , @International Jew
    @TheBoom


    Krugman and every Jew I have ever met
     
    You need to get out more, and meet other Jews.

    Replies: @Svigor, @FO337, @stillCARealist

    , @notanon
    @TheBoom

    if someone is insanely paranoid then people who act friendly are pretending and ergo the most dangerous

  22. What the Left wants is more children ‘in cages.’ They feel like that was a winner for them, so if a few Honduran kids are used as props, so be it.

    Like the FBI raid on the Mayor of San Juan’s office last week. She is a fanatic, and more than willing to withhold supplies or slow-down deliveries or ‘lose’ pallets of water, etc. That her own people suffer is beside the point, as long as she can plausibly blame her enemy.

    Hamas does this sort of thing all the time, sending crowds of children and paid losers to storm the border with Israel and eat bullets and teargas.

    • Troll: Colin Wright
    • Replies: @El Dato
    @Ghost of Bull Moose


    Like the FBI raid on the Mayor of San Juan’s office last week.
     
    https://eu.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2018/10/17/san-juan-municipal-government-fbi-raid/1668745002/

    She is a fanatic, and more than willing to withhold supplies or slow-down deliveries or ‘lose’ pallets of water, etc.
     
    The FBI investigation doesn't seem to be about that at all, it's about construction contract favoritism. Links?

    Hamas does this sort of thing all the time, sending crowds of children and paid losers to storm the border with Israel and eat bullets and teargas.
     
    Hamas the Capo and Israel really need each other, but it's still a bit over the top to defend a concentration camp border from an assault by stone-wielding kids with snipers using the best high-powered rifles money can buy.
  23. In contrast, there’s never been an agreed upon term for the 2015 event I call Merkel’s Mistake, so a lot of people don’t seem to remember it well.

    You named it Merkel’s Boner. No one could forget that (even if we want to).

    • Replies: @slumber_j
    @Charles Erwin Wilson


    You named it Merkel’s Boner.
     
    Not to put too fine a point on it, but strictly speaking that was me...

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/germany-says-oops/#comment-1134585

    Replies: @Clyde, @Charles Erwin Wilson, @Steve Sailer

    , @Sam Malone
    @Charles Erwin Wilson


    You named it Merkel’s Boner. No one could forget that (even if we want to).
     
    Seriously.
  24. OT TENDIES ON THE GROUND
    THIS IS WHY WE NEED CHECKERS WEDNESDAY
    25% of millennials polled claim PTSD from 2016 presidential election
    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-6304155/25-millennials-say-PTSD-2016-election-study-says.html

    Researchers surveyed Arizona State University students around the time of President Donald Trump’s inauguration in 2017, and some had stress scores on par with that of school shooting witnesses’ seven-month follow-ups.

    Twenty-five percent of the 769 students, who were an even mix of genders and races and socioeconomic backgrounds, reported ‘clinically significant’ levels of stress.

    The most severe cases were seen among women, black, and non-white Hispanic students, who were 45 percent more likely to feel distressed by the 2016 run between Trump and Hillary Clinton.

    Lead researcher Melissa Hagan, an assistant professor of psychology at San Francisco State University, believes the ‘divisive tone’ about race, identity, and what makes a valuable American ‘really heightened stress for a lot of people’.

    Imagine if their educators had told these brainless regurgitators for years about dealing with setbacks and seeking gratification outside themselves?

    • Replies: @FO337
    @J.Ross


    assistant professor of psychology at San Francisco State University
     
    [sfx: loud buzzer]
  25. @istevefan
    @J.Ross


    The Spanish speaking world loves clumsily appropriated multiculti symbolism.
     
    Does that include appropriating an Israeli flag? I've seen this making its rounds on twitter. Maybe there is a simple explanation, such as an Israeli official was visiting this gal on this particular day. But it does seem odd.

    https://twitter.com/99freemind/status/1054100940784103426

    Replies: @C. Van Carter, @J.Ross, @Russ, @RVBlake, @Jack D, @Reg Cæsar

  26. Anon[425] • Disclaimer says:

    How easy and lazy. Just by calling it ‘racist’, putting the other side on the Moral Defensive.

    This is why we must say race-ism is truth. Every people have a right to defend their own land.

    Also, mass migration leads to death of a nation. Just ask the Palestinians about their experience of the ‘racist novel’. Mass migration of Jews led to their dispossession and defeat.

    Who wants all of US to become California which is now worse than Blade Runner scenario. At least Blade Runner had flying cars. CA, for all its high tech, has tents all over.

  27. @istevefan
    @J.Ross


    The Spanish speaking world loves clumsily appropriated multiculti symbolism.
     
    Does that include appropriating an Israeli flag? I've seen this making its rounds on twitter. Maybe there is a simple explanation, such as an Israeli official was visiting this gal on this particular day. But it does seem odd.

    https://twitter.com/99freemind/status/1054100940784103426

    Replies: @C. Van Carter, @J.Ross, @Russ, @RVBlake, @Jack D, @Reg Cæsar

    Israel gives tons of money to weak, tiny countries, to be able to have more than just our vote at the UN. Israel does as a nation the same bizarre lopsided outreach gestures offerred by serial killers who want to seem “human.” What I want is organizational and/or personal names (like Isra’Aid) and concrete placement.

    • Replies: @the one they call Desanex
    @J.Ross

    I like the song, thanks for this. I thought La Tigresa was Charo at first.

    Replies: @J.Ross

  28. Caravan. Too Neutral. How about: Welfare hoard?

    • Replies: @Tipsy
    @Tipsy

    Horde not hoard. Duh. Although benefit hoarding hordes is possible too.

  29. @Anonymous
    https://twitter.com/paulkrugman/status/1054011151082758144

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r2wHQ4Bc_88&t=200

    Star of David on truck at 3:03.

    Gotta be Adelson.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Rosie, @Achmed E. Newman, @Svigor, @Russ, @Olorin, @tyrone, @Wade, @Wade

    Trump’s lies about Soros funding the caravan are a further mainstreaming of an alt-right conspiracy theory: Jewish financiers are scheming to replace you with brown people

    Lol my achin’ sides. I wonder how many White people will see that tweet and think hmmm…

    • Replies: @El Dato
    @Rosie

    Twitter is an mind-frying device. And it doesn't even upload your soul to a Thought Universe in return.


    Just stop, illegal immigration is at an all time low and more Mexicans are leaving the US than entering.

    These are refugee families fleeing oppression just as your grandparents did.

     

    Demographics are not time-translation invariant.

    Who do you fools think works the agricultural jobs, the roofing and construction jobs, the landscape jobs, the moving jobs? I worked with the Ag. sector my entire career. Real Muricans wouldn’t last two hours at most of these jobs.

     

    "We need more slaves until everyone can be a slave."

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Jefferson, @Alden

  30. You have to admit its brilliant by Soros. Who is obviously funding this. Trump will Tweet … and do nothing. Like he always does. That’s all he does … Tweet.

    And next time there will be 700,000. And after that 7 million, and so on. Each bringing in 25 relatives to live off the Welfare system while they work on the side and you dregs of society Whitey you are taxed up the wazoo while having all your liberties and freedoms taken away. Starting with 1st Amendment and going on to the 10th. That’s the whole point — to make this country a total mess so Soros can acquire lots of assets on the cheap and flip it to the Chinese. That’s been Soros motivation since age 14.

    Dems know they are looking at a Blue Tidal wave. Heck Florida is about to elect a Black Nationalist Governor who wants to abolish the border and ICE, and create a separate country out of the South just for Black people (assuredly that nation will have borders and an immigration enforcement agency).

    Yes it is over. America is officially a White minority country where White men without money, power and connections are treated like serfs at best. Its time we acted like the reality and used fear and intimidation against our many enemies: non-Whites, gays, trannies, Nice White ladies, pretty much every single White woman on the planet. To deter even worse treatment. We are not being stuffed into cattle cars. Lets make our enemies so afraid they don’t dare try it.

  31. In this SPECIFIC instance, the EXTREME right may have been TECHNICALLY correct, but it is incredibly RACIST they think that way and base their worldview on DEBUNKED theories

  32. Rather interesting how Paul Krugman advocates group solidarity while denying others the right…

  33. @TheBoom
    Krugman and every Jew I have ever met are all convinced that evangelicals are rabid anti Semites who want to start gassing Jews at the first opportunity. In reality, evangelicals are the most fanatically pro Jew group (outside of Jews) on the planet unlike all these third worlders with whom Jews are flooding white countries.

    http://www.pewforum.org/2017/02/15/americans-express-increasingly-warm-feelings-toward-religious-groups/

    Replies: @BigDickNick, @Anon, @Anonymous, @International Jew, @notanon

    Jews seem completely incapable of having a realistic self image or noticing how others perceive them.

  34. And it’s a reminder that racism and anti-Semitism always go hand in hand.

    Untrue, in many cases. There are a great many halfcucks like Paul Kersey – race-realist, but cringe and fawn before (((massa))).

    But also true, in a couple of ways:

    1. If you’re a racist, 95% of Jews hate your guts and will expend a lot of effort to turn you into a counter-semite.

    2. If you’re a counter-semite, eventually you’ll become a racist, because you’ll learn that most “deal-breakers” from a Jewish POV are either good for you, or just plain old fashioned common sense. And “racism” is definitely a deal-breaker.

    And people like Sheldon Adelson aren’t just gross and evil; they’re also fools. If the people he backs consolidate power, all his wealth and bribery won’t save him from the anti-Semitic wave they’ll unleash. 4/

    Correct me if I’m wrong here, but doesn’t Adelson back basic bitch cuckservatives against the alt-right, Trumpcons, etc?

    Would love to be wrong. In that vein, I’d like to correct Krugman; Jewish early adopters who get out ahead of this thing will certainly get consideration from the alt-right. I for one am perfectly fine with cutting deals with simpatico Jews. But the value of such a deal will tend to depreciate as time goes on, and the alt-right gains power.

  35. This is going to be a moment of clarity the likes of which we haven’t had since, oh, 9/11/2001.

    • Replies: @Bubba
    @International Jew

    This is "Yuge" and Trump better handle it better than the last invasion when we accepted the illegals through our porous southern border. People I work with are infuriated about this and if the illegals make it through then Trump's popularity will plummet. Can't talk tough and then fail to act, it always backfires.

  36. Millions of people agree with this:

  37. Anon[425] • Disclaimer says:

    Isn’t this a March Toward White Supremacy(or Superiority)?

    After all, those brown people are running from fellow browns and Total Diversity to the US that is still majority white and is rich and powerful mainly because of its white heritage.

    Jewish immigrants sure ran to white-made nations.

    When non-whites run from their own kind toward white nations, it seems they believes WHITES ARE BETTER THAN OUR KIND.

    Picture a non-white between his own people and white people. He has a choice. He can be with his own people or go to white people. In our time, we have non-whites going to white people but accusing white people for thinking they are ‘superior’. Sounds like projection. Non-whites go to white people because they do see white people as superior.

  38. @Anonymous
    https://twitter.com/paulkrugman/status/1054011151082758144

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r2wHQ4Bc_88&t=200

    Star of David on truck at 3:03.

    Gotta be Adelson.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Rosie, @Achmed E. Newman, @Svigor, @Russ, @Olorin, @tyrone, @Wade, @Wade

    About the title on that embedded youtube vid: Don’t threaten, Mr. President, do it! You’re Commander in Chief.

  39. @Anonymous
    https://twitter.com/paulkrugman/status/1054011151082758144

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r2wHQ4Bc_88&t=200

    Star of David on truck at 3:03.

    Gotta be Adelson.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Rosie, @Achmed E. Newman, @Svigor, @Russ, @Olorin, @tyrone, @Wade, @Wade

    Trump’s lies about Soros funding the caravan are a further mainstreaming of an alt-right conspiracy theory: Jewish financiers are scheming to replace you with brown people 1/

    Where’s the lie, again?

    • Replies: @dvorak
    @Svigor


    Where’s the lie, again?
     
    It's not Jewish financiers, it's Jews across the political spectrum, of every walk of life, and of every motivation from pure/innocent to genocidal/revenge (revenge for high school and/or the Holocaust). The one thing they all agree on is replacing you with brown people.

    Except for the 51% of married Jewish men who voted for Trump over Hillary. Thanks, married Jewish men! You guys might really have helped Trump win in Michigan (with a 10,000 vote margin of victory and with 80,000 Jewish Michiganders total).
  40. Anon[425] • Disclaimer says:
    @TheBoom
    Krugman and every Jew I have ever met are all convinced that evangelicals are rabid anti Semites who want to start gassing Jews at the first opportunity. In reality, evangelicals are the most fanatically pro Jew group (outside of Jews) on the planet unlike all these third worlders with whom Jews are flooding white countries.

    http://www.pewforum.org/2017/02/15/americans-express-increasingly-warm-feelings-toward-religious-groups/

    Replies: @BigDickNick, @Anon, @Anonymous, @International Jew, @notanon

    In reality, evangelicals are the most fanatically pro Jew group (outside of Jews) on the planet unlike all these third worlders with whom Jews are flooding white countries.

    It’s a strange love affair. Evangelicals believe there will be the End of Days when Jesus comes to zap all Jews who don’t convert. They want Jews to go to Israel so that the End of Days will be upon us.

    As Jews don’t believe in the End of Days, they toy with dumb Evangelicals and encourage them to support Israel.

  41. @Pat Rockford
    "Grover Norquist on Open Borders and Racist Immigration Policy"

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

    Replies: @Bubba, @Percy Gryce, @Russ

    Grover the RINO Asshole was partying hard with Dennis Hof and some male porn performers at the Bunny Ranch last week – the night before Dennis died. Grover likes his women illegally in the States and doing illegal things (except where its legal in certain areas of Nevada). BTW – Grover is 100% totally owned by the Saudis. If Prince Mohammad bin Salman told Grover to get on his knees or bend over, Grover would have to start sucking or ride bareback in a millisecond.

  42. @TheBoom
    Krugman and every Jew I have ever met are all convinced that evangelicals are rabid anti Semites who want to start gassing Jews at the first opportunity. In reality, evangelicals are the most fanatically pro Jew group (outside of Jews) on the planet unlike all these third worlders with whom Jews are flooding white countries.

    http://www.pewforum.org/2017/02/15/americans-express-increasingly-warm-feelings-toward-religious-groups/

    Replies: @BigDickNick, @Anon, @Anonymous, @International Jew, @notanon

    Latin America is actually one of the only places outside the US where evangelicalism is fairly big and growing. It’s why Latin American countries are often the only countries besides the US to have good relations with Israel and to do things like move their embassies to Jerusalem. It’s why Bolsonaro in Brazil is pro-Israel. Brazilian Evangelicals are part of his electoral coalition.

    The rise of evangelicalism and decline of communism in Latin America have made Latin America more pro-Jewish and pro-Israel.

  43. @Dennis Dale
    @Nathan

    Someone has to keep the lights on and the plumbing from overflowing. In that respect a white guy of average or better ability is actually finding a niche with less competition. Just have to occasionally play the carnival geek and let them do the equivalent of pelting you with rotten vegetables.

    Replies: @Nathan

    Yeah, but this guy is keeping the lights and plumbing working for carny geeks in hopes of being the last chicken to get its head bit off… or something. I don’t see any rational reason to support team We Hate You.

    These people are easy to laugh off. I’m sure people in Cambodia and Venezuela had a good laugh at the expense of the chubby losers that eventually took over and killed everyone. The important thing to remember is that they mean what they say- they want to kill us.

  44. OT from C-SPAN

    Barry is in Nevada and is urging voters to turn up on election day. The stakes are high…

  45. @C. Van Carter
    Somehow this ceased being true the moment Trump was elected:

    ...the benefits of immigration to the population already here are small. The reason is that immigrant workers are, at least roughly speaking, paid their “marginal product”: an immigrant worker is paid roughly the value of the additional goods and services he or she enables the U.S. economy to produce. That means that there isn’t anything left over to increase the income of the people already here.

    ...immigration reduces the wages of domestic workers who compete with immigrants. That’s just supply and demand: we’re talking about large increases in the number of low-skill workers relative to other inputs into production, so it’s inevitable that this means a fall in wages. Mr. Borjas and Mr. Katz have to go through a lot of number-crunching to turn that general proposition into specific estimates of the wage impact, but the general point seems impossible to deny.

    Finally, the fiscal burden of low-wage immigrants is also pretty clear. Mr. Hanson uses some estimates from the National Research Council to get a specific number, around 0.25 percent of G.D.P. Again, I think that you’d be hard pressed to find any set of assumptions under which Mexican immigrants are a net fiscal plus...
     
    https://krugman.blogs.nytimes.com/2006/03/27/notes-on-immigration/

    Replies: @International Jew, @TomSchmidt, @anon, @istevefan, @Anonymous

    Just twelve years ago, wow. Steve’s right: half of America has succumbed to mental illness.

  46. @anonymous
    Camp of Saints was racist because it could never happen in real life. Only racists would imagine caravans like that.

    Nothing like having a situation precipitate just before the election.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    I was just gonna write that I wonder if this Mr. Kilgore really read Camp of the Saints. It was a gripping book, and that means a lot for one that doesn’t have a whole lot of action at all. The French-English translator did a hell of a job with it, too. I recommend that book, not to learn about how the immigration-invasion happened, as it’s been a good bit different in reality, but how the mindset of the people over the years* made the bad result inevitable.

    Camp of the Saints should be read by every immigration patriot.

    * This was set/written in the early 1970’s.

  47. According to Paul Krugman, “Racism and anti-Semitism always go hand in hand.”

    I’m seeing a lot of anti-white racism these days myself, including from the New York Times on a consistent basis. Even the white working class has “too much privilege” in the estimation of Mr. Krugman, and simply need to step aside as they belong to the “past” rather than the progressive “future.”

    If Mr. Krugman is himself racist, how are we to interpret his statement that “Racism and anti-Semitism always go hand in hand”?

  48. @NJ Transit Commuter
    21st century Adrianople. Rome was brought down by mass migrations. US will too, if we don’t get a backbone.

    Replies: @International Jew, @Mr. Anon

    Adrianople was a battle, though. The Romans fought, and lost. The Romans never gave anything away just because they were nice.

    • Replies: @CrunchybutRealistCon
    @International Jew

    Krugman's alarm that some Jews (Adelson) are forming suicidal alliances with pro-borders CivNats or mild/implicit White Ethnonationalists is a curious thing on two fronts-
    Truth is exactly the opposite of his premonition that it will lead to a wave of increased anti-Semitism. Indeed it is groups like the ADL & HIAS who stridently demand mass immigration, White dispossession & multiculturalism who are bringing a backlash upon themselves.
    Secondly, it speaks to KMac's observation that domimant leaders & groups in Jewish communities exert intense pressure to get Jewish outliers to conform to the designated goal of their ethnocentrism. Steven Miller & Paul Gottfried know this better than most.

    , @Anonymous
    @International Jew

    No, the Romans gave things away because they were lazy and short-sighted. The Goths were permitted to cross the Danube and settle within the borders of the Roman Empire in exchange for acting as foederati for the Romans. When life within the empire failed to match expectations, things got violent.

    In other words, a group of people from a less developed land were permitted to enter a more advanced civilization's territory(all the hopes that they would do the jobs that Romans just wouldn't do), then crossed the Balkans, before laying waste to everything in their path. Sound familiar?

    Replies: @International Jew

  49. Oh my goodness…

    "We’re not supposed to use that word,’” Trump continued. “You know what I am? I’m a nationalist. OK? I’m a nationalist.” As the crowd in Houston, Trump continued: “Use that word.”THE FIRE RISEShttps://t.co/2Zgarm51Yr— McFeels (@JMcfeels) October 23, 2018

    • Replies: @Flip
    @Rosie

    "Extremism in the defense of liberty is no vice."

    -Barry Goldwater

  50. @TheBoom
    Krugman and every Jew I have ever met are all convinced that evangelicals are rabid anti Semites who want to start gassing Jews at the first opportunity. In reality, evangelicals are the most fanatically pro Jew group (outside of Jews) on the planet unlike all these third worlders with whom Jews are flooding white countries.

    http://www.pewforum.org/2017/02/15/americans-express-increasingly-warm-feelings-toward-religious-groups/

    Replies: @BigDickNick, @Anon, @Anonymous, @International Jew, @notanon

    Krugman and every Jew I have ever met

    You need to get out more, and meet other Jews.

    • Replies: @Svigor
    @International Jew

    Just point out the Jews who are truly warm toward Evangelicals and save the poor guy a lot of time wasted searching, eh?

    Replies: @International Jew

    , @FO337
    @International Jew


    You need to get out more, and meet other Jews.
     
    To belabor the point just a bit, it's also fair to wonder why--constituting a whopping two percent of the American population--the Chosen People along with your particular obsessions must be the central concern of everyone, all the time.

    It's not serving the nation well, in case that isn't clear yet. Ultimately you'll discover it didn't even serve you and your obsessions very well. Oh well, I see Jack D is here now so holocaust references can't be far behind. But I repeat: it's not serving you well, and it's not going to get better.

    Replies: @International Jew, @Jack D, @dvorak

    , @stillCARealist
    @International Jew

    I haven't met many Jews, but they've all been extremely liberal and mouthy. Where are the right-wing ones? I do have one friend with a Jewish background who's conservative, but he's converted to Christianity. I assume that doesn't count.

    When my sister was in law school I hung around some of her classmates and was shocked at the profanely righteous indignation they could conjure up at a moment's notice about whatever lefty cause was on the table. The most virulent was a Jewish woman with a weight problem. It left an impression on me.

    Replies: @Anon

  51. @NJ Transit Commuter
    21st century Adrianople. Rome was brought down by mass migrations. US will too, if we don’t get a backbone.

    Replies: @International Jew, @Mr. Anon

    21st century Adrianople.

    Adrianople, and the events leading up to it, is indeed an apt analogy to what is happening now.

    These foreign invaders are labeled with the harmless-sounding term “migrant”.

    There is a term commonly used in german to describe a series of historical events: “Voelkerwanderung”, usually translated as “migration of peoples” – a pretty innoffensive sounding term. It’s what Gibbon referred to as “The Barbarian Invasions”.

  52. @Thirdtwin
    So which weather-controlling Jew is whipping up Hurricane Willa?

    Replies: @Dennis Dale, @Svigor, @songbird

    Watch out for that Nazi under your bed there, (((guy))).

  53. Partisan politics aside, this whole meme involving a possible military response to refugees besieging the United States reminded me of something … and it finally hit me

    Man’s getting senile. Since when does making obvious associations take more than 250ms?

    • Replies: @Craig Nelsen
    @El Dato

    I think he was signalling his Goodthink. Gosh, what was that book I read a long time ago and haven't thought about since because it was so obviously Badthink I just immediately and instinctively dismissed it.

  54. @C. Van Carter
    Somehow this ceased being true the moment Trump was elected:

    ...the benefits of immigration to the population already here are small. The reason is that immigrant workers are, at least roughly speaking, paid their “marginal product”: an immigrant worker is paid roughly the value of the additional goods and services he or she enables the U.S. economy to produce. That means that there isn’t anything left over to increase the income of the people already here.

    ...immigration reduces the wages of domestic workers who compete with immigrants. That’s just supply and demand: we’re talking about large increases in the number of low-skill workers relative to other inputs into production, so it’s inevitable that this means a fall in wages. Mr. Borjas and Mr. Katz have to go through a lot of number-crunching to turn that general proposition into specific estimates of the wage impact, but the general point seems impossible to deny.

    Finally, the fiscal burden of low-wage immigrants is also pretty clear. Mr. Hanson uses some estimates from the National Research Council to get a specific number, around 0.25 percent of G.D.P. Again, I think that you’d be hard pressed to find any set of assumptions under which Mexican immigrants are a net fiscal plus...
     
    https://krugman.blogs.nytimes.com/2006/03/27/notes-on-immigration/

    Replies: @International Jew, @TomSchmidt, @anon, @istevefan, @Anonymous

    That’s gold. Steve needs to highlight that!

  55. @istevefan
    Remember all the experts telling us that since immigration from Mexico was down, a wall was no longer needed? Yeah, right.

    Without arguing about whether Mexico is one earthquake, hurricane or revolution away from a mass exodus, it should be crystal clear that Central America and beyond is a threat.

    Replies: @Svigor, @FO337

    Excellent judo, my friend. Mexico and other shitty countries along the way have feigned helplessness in the face of the migrant mob, a claim loudly repeated by Big Media.

    “We need the wall because best way to stop migrant mobs” is a perfectly-executed hip toss.

  56. @International Jew
    @TheBoom


    Krugman and every Jew I have ever met
     
    You need to get out more, and meet other Jews.

    Replies: @Svigor, @FO337, @stillCARealist

    Just point out the Jews who are truly warm toward Evangelicals and save the poor guy a lot of time wasted searching, eh?

    • Replies: @International Jew
    @Svigor

    You want me to name names?

  57. @Ghost of Bull Moose
    What the Left wants is more children 'in cages.' They feel like that was a winner for them, so if a few Honduran kids are used as props, so be it.

    Like the FBI raid on the Mayor of San Juan's office last week. She is a fanatic, and more than willing to withhold supplies or slow-down deliveries or 'lose' pallets of water, etc. That her own people suffer is beside the point, as long as she can plausibly blame her enemy.

    Hamas does this sort of thing all the time, sending crowds of children and paid losers to storm the border with Israel and eat bullets and teargas.

    Replies: @El Dato

    Like the FBI raid on the Mayor of San Juan’s office last week.

    https://eu.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2018/10/17/san-juan-municipal-government-fbi-raid/1668745002/

    She is a fanatic, and more than willing to withhold supplies or slow-down deliveries or ‘lose’ pallets of water, etc.

    The FBI investigation doesn’t seem to be about that at all, it’s about construction contract favoritism. Links?

    Hamas does this sort of thing all the time, sending crowds of children and paid losers to storm the border with Israel and eat bullets and teargas.

    Hamas the Capo and Israel really need each other, but it’s still a bit over the top to defend a concentration camp border from an assault by stone-wielding kids with snipers using the best high-powered rifles money can buy.

  58. How long ago did it become commonplace for political pundits to call people they have disagreements with “gross?” It sounds like something you would hear on the school playground. Did it start on Twitter?

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @Barnard

    That's the textual side of a tendency that is viscerally irritating for news radio listeners: all the radio-journalists are female, in which case they have unprofessionally emotive voices (you can see Mary-Louise Kelly scowling through the speakers), or female millennials, in which case their voices are infantilized (both in self-defeatingly informal choice of vocabulary and in pouty tone), or they're "men" with gayvoice (see preceding categories).

    , @Colin Wright
    @Barnard

    'How long ago did it become commonplace for political pundits to call people they have disagreements with “gross?” It sounds like something you would hear on the school playground. Did it start on Twitter?'

    The left does this. They come up with a one-word substitute for an actual argument -- then overuse it to the point where it becomes counter-productive. Remember 'scary'?

    Replies: @b.t.o

    , @Red Pill Angel
    @Barnard

    "Gross" now represents a feeling-based quasi-moral condemnation completely detached from actual moral judgement. See also "icky."

  59. What is the logistical cost of supporting such a movement of people across such a distance?

    These poor people, uprooted and used in a symbolic challenge to Trump by global plutocrats.

    • Replies: @Tom-in-VA
    @Anthony Wayne

    At a bare minimum, assuming 7,000 people, two liters of water per day per person, and 3.6 pounds of food per person per day, approximately 28 tons of supplies every day. That’s a low-ball, bare minimum estimate.

    Replies: @Bill P

  60. @International Jew
    This is going to be a moment of clarity the likes of which we haven't had since, oh, 9/11/2001.

    Replies: @Bubba

    This is “Yuge” and Trump better handle it better than the last invasion when we accepted the illegals through our porous southern border. People I work with are infuriated about this and if the illegals make it through then Trump’s popularity will plummet. Can’t talk tough and then fail to act, it always backfires.

  61. @Precious
    My favorite part of this march to re-elect Trump is where I play Where's Waldo except that I am not looking for Waldo. I am looking for Tiny Duck, because I just know he has to be waddling around in that crowd somewhere.

    Replies: @MBlanc46, @fish

    They’re not black enough for TD.

  62. @Reg Cæsar
    We shall undercu-u-ut
    We shall undercu-u-ut
    We shall undercut
    your wa-a-a-age.

    O-oh, deep in your heart-
    land, we won't leave.
    We shall undercut your wage.

    Replies: @Daniel Williams

    You think the people in this caravan are coming here to work?

    • Replies: @notanon
    @Daniel Williams

    some of them - even if it's just to top up their welfare checks

    , @Reg Cæsar
    @Daniel Williams


    You think the people in this caravan are coming here to work?

     

    They're coming here to eat. Really, to overeat.

    But they'll have to pay rent. So they'll be working, and lowering wages, no matter what.
  63. @Rosie
    @Anonymous


    Trump's lies about Soros funding the caravan are a further mainstreaming of an alt-right conspiracy theory: Jewish financiers are scheming to replace you with brown people
     
    Lol my achin' sides. I wonder how many White people will see that tweet and think hmmm...

    Replies: @El Dato

    Twitter is an mind-frying device. And it doesn’t even upload your soul to a Thought Universe in return.

    Just stop, illegal immigration is at an all time low and more Mexicans are leaving the US than entering.

    These are refugee families fleeing oppression just as your grandparents did.

    Demographics are not time-translation invariant.

    Who do you fools think works the agricultural jobs, the roofing and construction jobs, the landscape jobs, the moving jobs? I worked with the Ag. sector my entire career. Real Muricans wouldn’t last two hours at most of these jobs.

    “We need more slaves until everyone can be a slave.”

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @El Dato

    One question I'd like to see definitively answered is what happened to the thought processes of the American decision-makers in between the demise of say, television manufacturing in the 1980's, and today.

    It's well before my time, but as far as I know, when Japanese and Korean TV-manufacturers took over the American market, there was no demand from the self-appointed cognoscenti to re-engineer the demographics of the USA by importing millions of Japanese and Koreans, with their innate, impossible-to-teach TV-making skills, so that there could still be TV-factories in the USA. People decided that for a variety of reasons, the economics of TV-manufacturing meant that it no longer made sense to make them in the USA, and they moved on. As far as I know, the same thing happened with cotton T-shirts.

    But in 2018, the smartest among us seem unable to grasp the idea that it may no longer make economic sense to grow fruit in the US. Instead, the US has to be transformed into something unrecognizable to prevent those fruit-picking jobs from fleeing abroad. It's like destroying the village to save the village. If Real Muricans don't actually do any of those jobs, then it's no big loss if they disappear anyway, unless you stretch the idea of Real American to include any Homo Sapiens who happens to occupy space in the United States of America, regardless of whether or not they have any legal right to be there.

    After all, what other jobs do those fruit-picking jobs support? Roofing, construction and moving jobs that supposedly aren't done by Real Muricans? Bilingual Spanish-speaking teacher's aid? Spanish-speaking university diversity dean? Spanish-speaking fry cook?

    Of course if those jobs were to disappear south of the border, the farmers(and I use that term loosely) owning those fruit orchards(many of whom are probably members of the Republican Party) might find themselves in a bit of a pickle. They would find themselves owning tracts of land that no one wants to use for their original purpose. They could try selling that land to developers, though perhaps with less diversity, there might be less demand for new housing, especially among Anglos who now feel less pressure to escape said diversity. Maybe those farmers can learn to code. I hear that's a thing.

    It might also be worth exploring the psychological warfare that is the "Jobs [insert nationality] just won't do" meme. If an actual American is willing to pick crops/hang drywall/nail shingles, then does that make him less American than his cousin the accountant? It sure seems to be the case. What effect does that have on the willingness of low-skilled Americans to do these j0bs if they know that even if they do bust their ass outside all day, the people who really run the country will view them with just as much contempt as if they stay home and do nothing?

    Mind you, the unspoken implication for most of these jobs is that the Americans who won't do these jobs are white, a corollary of which is that white Americans don't like to exert themselves outdoors. This is a peculiar idea when you consider that it's whites who tend to gravitate towards the outdoors when it comes to leisure activities such as hunting, fishing, running, hiking, camping etc., to the point where there have been calls to diversify these pastimes.

    *All the the preceding also ignores that esoteric concept of increasing pay until people are willing to do the work. I believe it was Recep Erodgan(or one of his associates) who said of democracy that "It's like a bus. You ride it until you get where you want to go, and then you get off".

    For the businessmen who rely on imported labor(for which they generally do not pay the full cost), the free market is just such a bus. They ride it until they want to get off, generally at the stop marked "Pay Your Workers More".

    Replies: @Iberiano

    , @Jefferson
    @El Dato

    "These are refugee families fleeing oppression just as your grandparents did."

    Honduras is oppressive? Paul Krugman is comparing Honduras to Nazi Germany.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    , @Alden
    @El Dato

    Ah yes, the Ellis Island grandparents who fled the Tzar and his Cossacks. Ellis Island only closed last year and the Cossacks are still mowing down the wretched refuse of E Europe.

  64. @Tiny Duck
    Guess what ALL PEOPLE OF COLOR AGREE ON?

    WE NEED LESS WHITE PEOPLE.

    WE NEED LESS WHITE POWER.

    WE NEED LESS WHITE SUPRMEACY.

    WE NEED LESS WHITE PRIVILEGE

    YOU guys are scared spitless and are cowards. I thought superior white men could deal with anything? You lost in South Africa. You lost in the civil war. You will lose here and in Europe.

    ITS OVER

    Your descendents will be OF COLOR

    GET OVER IT

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @unpc downunder, @propagandist hacker

    WE NEED LESS WHITE SUPRMEACY.

    That sounds like one of those weird English desserts, like spotted dick.

  65. Has anyone read The Camp of the Saints? Is it worth reading? I took a brief peek at it once, and it seem like rough going, so I passed.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @Anon

    Extremely good, but its main virtue is the accuracy of the predictions. Instead find nonfiction books you have not yet read from this list:
    Charles Murray -- By the People
    Ann Coulter -- Adios America
    Heather Mac Donald -- The Burden of Bad Ideas (plus all others by her)
    George Borjas -- We Wanted Workers
    Shaun Rein -- The End of Cheap China
    Beth Macy -- Factory Man

    , @Paul Yarbles
    @Anon

    I read the English translation and I can answer YES. It's not rough going at all once you get into it. The opening part is actually quite riveting, I thought. There is a dry humor and a sense of outrage that pervades the novel. And the characters are very interesting.

    The Camp of the Saints made me realize that one's culture is not something that is immune from attack, but something that must be protected. That society is, while not fragile, not indestructible either . That what we have in America is very good and something, therefore, that should not to be subjected to wacky political and social experiments by people who detest America. And it made me understand the importance of demographics. In short, it helped red-pill me.

    To give a taste, here is Raspail describing one of the many destructive intellectuals who populate his novel ...


    Boris Vilsberg was no Zorro. Unlike Durfort, who had no doubts as he pondered the world, Vilsberg had doubts about everything in sight. Which made both men very typical of the times, since dogmatic, relentless doubt, these days, has the strength of assertion. From the moment he took up the thinking profession, Vilsberg—a man of vast culture, unmatched curiosity, and a clever, discerning mind—bore his doubts like a cross of redemption. He moved his audiences all the more, as they sensed a kind of personal anguish each time he was forced to give up certain basic ideas that he seemed to hold dear. Much too subtle to deal in such standard clichés as: “We have no choice. ... Times change, we have to change with them, no matter how it hurts. ... We have to find new modes of thought, more in tune with the times etc., etc.—still, when all was said and done, this sort of thing was precisely what most of his listeners inferred. Many of them saw themselves reflected, especially those who thought they were clever (or wished they were), which, in this day and age,is a rather fair number. In private, Vilsberg complained that he was misunderstood, that he only meant to voice his doubts. Strange type, this man whom no one understood, and who nonetheless persisted in his mind master’s role! Shrewd servant of the monster, prisoner of the sin against the intellect, drugged with his own narcotic doubt, but probably not to blame. Day by day, month by month, doubt by doubt, law and order became fascism; education, constraint; work, alienation; revolution, mere sport; leisure, a privilege of class; marijuana, a harmless weed; family, a stifling hothouse; affluence, oppression; success, a social disease; sex, an innocent pastime; youth, a permanent tribunal; maturity, the new senility; discipline, an attack on personality; Christianity ... and the West ... and white skin ... Boris Vilsberg probed. Boris Vilsberg doubted. For years on end. And heaped at his feet, an ancient country, lying in rubble. Could that be one explanation? ...

     

    , @Alden
    @Anon

    Buy it read it give it as Christmas gifts. I bought 140 copies and donated them to the public and college libraries.

    Replies: @Jim Don Bob

  66. istevefan says:

    It is disappointing that two years after the election, with a GOP House and Senate, that this caravan is even a threat to enter our nation. Of all the things Trump accomplished, which are many, I would have figured the border issue would have been up there.

    The last caravan appears to have ended quietly with many of its members ending up in the USA after all. I really hope this one remains somewhat violent and that they try to do to our border patrol what they did to the Mexicans. This would give justification to a harsh response by our side.

    Personally I don’t care if a few of them get shot trying to cross the border. The Israelis have been doing it a lot this year and it doesn’t seem to have hurt them politically. But then we are not the Israelis. But if we let them in, it is just going to encourage the next caravan and the next. We know that 45% of the country will oppose anything less than allowing everyone in the world to come. So they will never support us. But I believe over 50 percent will support lethal force if that is what it comes to.

  67. Caravandals say America is an evil nazi nation… but run from their own nations to come live in the US.

    https://twitter.com/RealVinceJames/status/1053890391420719105

    • Replies: @Jefferson
    @Anon

    Hondurans share the same racial DNA as your favorite group in the world the Mexicans, so you should be glad that the Hondurans are making the pilmigrage to The U.S.

  68. The elected government of the United States of America has no moral right to defend our borders.

    This can’t be repeated often enough. It’s the credo of today’s Democratic Party while the Republicans, for their part, aren’t quite sure.

    God save this nation (what’s left of it) from this monster called the Two-Party System. And somehow make it clear why so many of us will grasp at nearly anything to free ourselves from it.

  69. We all know what’s coming:

    There will be no mass rushing of the border.

    The caravan will sort of disperse into refugee/squatter camps not too far from the US – Mexican border.

    The leftist media will run a few sob stories about lack of clean drinking water and baby formula, etc. just to keep things at a low boil.

    A small number of these people will turn back, some will be apprehended at the border, a decent-sized plurality will slip into the U.S. where the media will run a few sob stories about separated families and the conservative press will express frustration at the Trump Administration for the lack of a wall and letting them slip in in the first place.

    • Replies: @Joe Schmoe
    @Patrick in SC



    The leftist media will run a few sob stories about lack of clean drinking water and baby formula, etc. just to keep things at a low boil.
     
    What in the world? Have these women no breasts? Baby formula is for rich women with careers and nannies, not poor women living a hand to mouth existence with the baby on their back.
  70. @istevefan
    Remember all the experts telling us that since immigration from Mexico was down, a wall was no longer needed? Yeah, right.

    Without arguing about whether Mexico is one earthquake, hurricane or revolution away from a mass exodus, it should be crystal clear that Central America and beyond is a threat.

    Replies: @Svigor, @FO337

    It should also be emphasized that we have a dozen consulates throughout Mexico where anyone–anyone at all–is free to apply for legal admission to the United States. Think of all the legwork it’ll save.

    Is Krugman actually a deep cover saboteur?

    You know? He used to write about interesting things now and then. But then he, and that, got old, apparently.

  71. @Hypnotoad666

    In contrast, there’s never been an agreed upon term for the 2015 event I call Merkel’s Mistake, so a lot of people don’t seem to remember it well.
     
    The Merkel Migration?

    The Islamic Inundation?

    The Foreign Flood?

    The Alien Invasion?

    This long after the fact, you may also need to add "The 2015 . . . " As in, "The 2015 Merkel Migration." It's a challenge because any mentally sticky phrase needs to be alliterative, pithy and clever all at the same time.

    For example, the phrase "Jobs not Mobs" as a Republican midterm election slogan was recently born on some message boards, fine tuned by Scott Adams, and was then picked up and used by Trump himself. It now seems to be getting some traction.

    Replies: @Laugh Track, @SunBakedSuburb, @anon

    In contrast, there’s never been an agreed upon term for the 2015 event I call Merkel’s Mistake, so a lot of people don’t seem to remember it well.

    I thought Steve coined the phrase “Merkel’s Boner”… That was pretty memorable.

    • Replies: @The Anti-Gnostic
    @Laugh Track

    Not as memorable as "Merkel's Engorged ..." Oh, wait. Wrong forum.

    Here's the German vixen, posing coquettishly for a selfie with a young bull, I mean, young migrant.

    http://cdn3.spiegel.de/images/image-1093262-860_poster_16x9-lyjt-1093262.jpg

    Va-va voom!

    Replies: @The Alarmist, @Joe Schmoe

  72. @Dennis Dale
    @Thirdtwin

    So which weather-controlling Jew is whipping up Hurricane Willa?

    This reads like an NPC programmed if/then response. If potential antisemitism then invoke conspiracy theory.

    Standing this thing next to the weather only underscores the improbability it's spontaneous.

    Replies: @FO337, @Thirdtwin

    This reads like an NPC programmed if/then response. If potential antisemitism then invoke conspiracy theory.

    Well put. Insisting that any Jews anywhere are responsible for anything is like, well, it’s like imagining that women are responsible for anything. Or…. fill in the blank.

    Nothing to see here, honest.

  73. I was surprised to see that the NY Times comments on their story about the caravan, which usually lean to the left of Trotsky, were very negative toward it. The more delusional ones thought that the Rooshians were responsible, but even this implied that the writers understood that it was a bad thing.

  74. @International Jew
    @TheBoom


    Krugman and every Jew I have ever met
     
    You need to get out more, and meet other Jews.

    Replies: @Svigor, @FO337, @stillCARealist

    You need to get out more, and meet other Jews.

    To belabor the point just a bit, it’s also fair to wonder why–constituting a whopping two percent of the American population–the Chosen People along with your particular obsessions must be the central concern of everyone, all the time.

    It’s not serving the nation well, in case that isn’t clear yet. Ultimately you’ll discover it didn’t even serve you and your obsessions very well. Oh well, I see Jack D is here now so holocaust references can’t be far behind. But I repeat: it’s not serving you well, and it’s not going to get better.

    • Replies: @International Jew
    @FO337


    it’s...fair to wonder why–constituting a whopping two percent of the American population–the Chosen People along with your particular obsessions must be the central concern of everyone, all the time.
     
    Well, you'll notice that I didn't start this thread, I was responding (as I do) to an ignorant libel of the kind that we see here every day. As for Jack D, I think, like me, he talks about Jews here only in the course of responding to others.

    So what you should really be asking is, why are the Jews a "central concern" of so many nonjews here (including Steve)?

    Replies: @Dan Hayes, @FO337, @Brutusale, @Anon, @notanon

    , @Jack D
    @FO337


    it’s also fair to wonder why–constituting a whopping two percent of the American population–the Chosen People along with your particular obsessions must be the central concern of everyone, all the time.
     
    That IS a good question. I don't know why anti-Semites are so obsessed with Jews. I think they serve the same boogeyman role that Rooshians have lately assumed on the Left and witches served in 17th century Salem. The milk in your fridge has gone bad - must be the Joos. 5,000 Central Americans marching toward the border - must be the Joos. If Joos loudly proclaim their Jooishness they should shut up and assimilate. If they assimilate then they should quit trying to hide their Jewishness and come out as the Jews that they really are.

    Replies: @Jefferson, @Buzz Mohawk, @Trevor H., @Olorin

    , @dvorak
    @FO337


    To belabor the point just a bit, it’s also fair to wonder why–constituting a whopping two percent of the American population–the Chosen People along with your particular obsessions must be the central concern of everyone, all the time.
     
    This tra-la-la viewpoint assumes we live in a free country .. I mean it's free-ish, but it's also Orwellian. Judging from the rest of the Anglosphere, it's this close to tipping to an illiberal surveillance state. "Oi, yewwot? Speaking against Islam! Get over 'ere."

    Per Moldbug, an Orwellian government is one that cares what you think. Any government that cares what you think will care enough to make sure damn sure that you think the right things. (Did you think USG is interested in instruction from you, the voting public, or the yeoman citizen?)

    iSteve's Narrative has state power behind it. A lot of power behind many push points, mainly nominally private. Thus our strong interest in the elite and mass media and its Jewish owners and employees (journalists, writers, producers).

  75. @Barnard
    How long ago did it become commonplace for political pundits to call people they have disagreements with "gross?" It sounds like something you would hear on the school playground. Did it start on Twitter?

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Colin Wright, @Red Pill Angel

    That’s the textual side of a tendency that is viscerally irritating for news radio listeners: all the radio-journalists are female, in which case they have unprofessionally emotive voices (you can see Mary-Louise Kelly scowling through the speakers), or female millennials, in which case their voices are infantilized (both in self-defeatingly informal choice of vocabulary and in pouty tone), or they’re “men” with gayvoice (see preceding categories).

  76. Uh-oh:

    A white woman confronted a Spanish-speaking family last week at a Virginia restaurant and demanded that they “show me your passports” in video that has since gone viral.

    The woman can be heard in the video screaming at a Guatemalan woman and her family, telling them to “go back to your f—–g country.” She also tells the family not to “freeload on America” and repeatedly asks for their passports.

    Later in the video, the woman is seen continuing her tirade outside the restaurant, saying, “I’m tired of this shit.”

    The woman who was berated recorded the video and shared it with Telemundo 44 in Washington, D.C.

    The confrontation occurred at Andy’s, a restaurant in Lovettsville, Va. The restaurant denounced the woman in a Facebook post, calling her “a vile and loathsome individual.”

    “Thank you — and we mean this with all the aforementioned respect that you rightfully deserve—for never returning to Andy’s. You are not welcome,” the restaurant wrote.

    The confrontation is the latest video to go viral showing a white person berating Spanish-speaking people in public. In May, a man threatened to call Immigration and Customs Enforcement on customers and employees at a restaurant in New York for speaking Spanish.

    The man, an attorney named Aaron Schlossberg, was later kicked out of his office space.

    https://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/412647-woman-demands-to-see-passports-of-spanish-speaking-family-at

    What alliterative noun-common female name moniker is she going to get?

    • Replies: @Russ
    @Ripple Earthdevil

    "What alliterative noun-common female name moniker is she going to get?"

    Wendy Wetback

    (Oh, wait ... that's the "victim" ...)

    , @YetAnotherAnon
    @Ripple Earthdevil

    There have been a few such videos in the UK, usually of natives (mostly female) who've suddenly just snapped after who knows how many years of exposure to diversity. I remember one woman who went off (in a British rather than Muslim sense) on a bus and was then remanded in custody over Christmas, despite having a small baby.

    Replies: @Anonymous

  77. @Anthony Wayne
    What is the logistical cost of supporting such a movement of people across such a distance?

    These poor people, uprooted and used in a symbolic challenge to Trump by global plutocrats.

    Replies: @Tom-in-VA

    At a bare minimum, assuming 7,000 people, two liters of water per day per person, and 3.6 pounds of food per person per day, approximately 28 tons of supplies every day. That’s a low-ball, bare minimum estimate.

    • Replies: @Bill P
    @Tom-in-VA

    That's four truckloads a week. It's a lot, but the logistics are not all that formidable. These days you can feed a lot of people without too many man hours of work. Also, these people can easily live off masa harina and beans.

    If you think about it, the larger logistical problem would be dealing with all the human waste. There's going to be a lot of crap to clean up behind the "caravan."

    Replies: @FO337

  78. I can’t make up my mind whether “Caravan” is a patronizing Orientalist term, or whether it is appropriate because Juan Tizol, who composed the tune, was Hispanic.

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
    @PiltdownMan

    'I can’t make up my mind whether “Caravan” is a patronizing Orientalist term, or whether it is appropriate because Juan Tizol, who composed the tune, was Hispanic.'

    It's a dog whistle for anti-Roma bigotry.

  79. What would be fun would be to send some f-16’s(latest version) flying low over the marchers at mach 1.5. Send Mexico and the marchers a message.

    • Replies: @newrouter
    @newrouter

    Take control of the air space; disperse the mob.

    Replies: @Brutusale, @bomag

    , @Random Smartaleck
    @newrouter


    What would be fun would be to send some f-16′s(latest version) flying low over the marchers at mach 1.5. Send Mexico and the marchers a message.
     
    A-10s would be more threatening.
  80. @Anonymous
    https://twitter.com/paulkrugman/status/1054011151082758144

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r2wHQ4Bc_88&t=200

    Star of David on truck at 3:03.

    Gotta be Adelson.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Rosie, @Achmed E. Newman, @Svigor, @Russ, @Olorin, @tyrone, @Wade, @Wade

    Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Krugman: Red-assed to this day over the failure of his predicted stock market implosion upon Trump’s election.

    • Replies: @FO337
    @Russ

    When is everything going to fall apart, anyway? [crying] You Promised!!!

  81. @Pat Rockford
    "Grover Norquist on Open Borders and Racist Immigration Policy"

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

    Replies: @Bubba, @Percy Gryce, @Russ

    A great untold story is how there were some prominent Catholics among the Know Nothings. Actually the story has been told in the last section of At Peace with All Their Neighbors, a history of Catholics in Washington, D.C., by the late Pulitzer Prize winner William W. Warner.

  82. @istevefan
    @J.Ross


    The Spanish speaking world loves clumsily appropriated multiculti symbolism.
     
    Does that include appropriating an Israeli flag? I've seen this making its rounds on twitter. Maybe there is a simple explanation, such as an Israeli official was visiting this gal on this particular day. But it does seem odd.

    https://twitter.com/99freemind/status/1054100940784103426

    Replies: @C. Van Carter, @J.Ross, @Russ, @RVBlake, @Jack D, @Reg Cæsar

    Is Honduras sub-secretary of international relations Nelly Jerez so much as a day over 25 years old? Small wonder the mob tore through that country like guano through a goose.

  83. No one seems to notice that Mexico’s a big country; these marchers are still a thousand miles from US territory.

    Are they aware of just how far they have to go? If they propose to walk all the way, ten miles a day would be a good average if we allow for kids, sickness, bad weather, etc. That’s assuming someone feeds them.

    They’ll be on the road into January. I think they were set up. They’ll all wind up back home, minus a pair of shoes — but whoever started this will have got what they wanted.

    • Replies: @PiltdownMan
    @Colin Wright


    No one seems to notice that Mexico’s a big country; these marchers are still a thousand miles from US territory.

    Are they aware of just how far they have to go? If they propose to walk all the way, ten miles a day would be a good average if we allow for kids, sickness, bad weather, etc. That’s assuming someone feeds them.
     

    Agreed. The fittest members of the caravan walked 8 hours yesterday, about a 25 mile walk. Infantry units can do 20-25 miles a day with full kit, but not over an extended period of time.

    Google maps figures that it is a bit more than 1,000 miles to Brownsville, TX from Huixtla, which is where the vanguard of the caravan is right now. That's more than a 40 day walk for the fittest of them, and the caravan will break up, with the slowest migrants arriving weeks after the fastest and fittest walkers.

    Arrival at the border will happen long after the election.

    Washington Post: The Latest: 1st migrants arrive in Huixtla after 8-hour walk


    https://i.imgur.com/f9f9nve.jpg

    Replies: @PiltdownMan, @Svigor, @CrunchybutRealistCon

  84. Well I know they will all have a home on Heritage Road in Southern California. Brand new and right next to the border and only people who get homes and work are brown. Some brown people are so angry at me for calling our new beloved homeland a toilet, purple is for contaminated reclaimed water folks.

  85. anon[424] • Disclaimer says:
    @C. Van Carter
    Somehow this ceased being true the moment Trump was elected:

    ...the benefits of immigration to the population already here are small. The reason is that immigrant workers are, at least roughly speaking, paid their “marginal product”: an immigrant worker is paid roughly the value of the additional goods and services he or she enables the U.S. economy to produce. That means that there isn’t anything left over to increase the income of the people already here.

    ...immigration reduces the wages of domestic workers who compete with immigrants. That’s just supply and demand: we’re talking about large increases in the number of low-skill workers relative to other inputs into production, so it’s inevitable that this means a fall in wages. Mr. Borjas and Mr. Katz have to go through a lot of number-crunching to turn that general proposition into specific estimates of the wage impact, but the general point seems impossible to deny.

    Finally, the fiscal burden of low-wage immigrants is also pretty clear. Mr. Hanson uses some estimates from the National Research Council to get a specific number, around 0.25 percent of G.D.P. Again, I think that you’d be hard pressed to find any set of assumptions under which Mexican immigrants are a net fiscal plus...
     
    https://krugman.blogs.nytimes.com/2006/03/27/notes-on-immigration/

    Replies: @International Jew, @TomSchmidt, @anon, @istevefan, @Anonymous

    Just stunning that he can write this (very reasonable) critique of immigration in 2006 and then scream racist Nazi at people repeating his own words today.
    These people are out of my league. I would feel guilty being such a blatant hypocrite. I would feel intellectual shame and basic fear of being caught lying.
    There is no need to rebut this person in the debate arena. You don’t argue rights and wrongs with a criminal – you just argue the facts of their guilt at their trial. Prison or Deportation for Krugman and his kind.

  86. @Pat Rockford
    "Grover Norquist on Open Borders and Racist Immigration Policy"

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

    Replies: @Bubba, @Percy Gryce, @Russ

    At first glance, I thought that the bespectacled gent in the video was Penn Jilette. Of course, it’d take a magician of his caliber to turn Open Borders into something beneficial to the U.S. middle class.

  87. @Barnard
    How long ago did it become commonplace for political pundits to call people they have disagreements with "gross?" It sounds like something you would hear on the school playground. Did it start on Twitter?

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Colin Wright, @Red Pill Angel

    ‘How long ago did it become commonplace for political pundits to call people they have disagreements with “gross?” It sounds like something you would hear on the school playground. Did it start on Twitter?’

    The left does this. They come up with a one-word substitute for an actual argument — then overuse it to the point where it becomes counter-productive. Remember ‘scary’?

    • Replies: @b.t.o
    @Colin Wright

    "shitty" still does a lot of heavy lifting in my city. As in "yeah anyone who believes that is kinda shitty and I don't have the time to listen to shitty...."

    There should be a term for how the NPC class can display impressive argumentative skills, but only in the service of curtailing, sidestepping or otherwise making normal critical evaluation of an issue impossible.

  88. istevefan says:

    I don’t know much about Central America, but I do know they have ready access to the two most important oceans and the land looks lush and green. I assume they get ample rain and can grow crops. Tourism should be big. So why can’t they make a go out of it? We aren’t talking about poor schmucks in a desert. I bet Europeans or NE Asians could prosper there

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @istevefan

    There's a good nonfiction book by a liberal anthropologist that I neglected to put in the above list. The guy tries to make the standard apologetics work but admits that a lot of these people are bad people They are selfish and prone to addiction, with little thought given to planning or morality. They are, in other words, peasants who never mentally left the middle ages, whose aspiration in life is getting drunk, and who wonder that their lord does such an uneven job of taking care of them.
    I'm not remembering the title or the author, and searching is not turning anything up. I think this was featured in Vdare about five years ago.

    Replies: @J.Ross

  89. @International Jew
    @TheBoom


    Krugman and every Jew I have ever met
     
    You need to get out more, and meet other Jews.

    Replies: @Svigor, @FO337, @stillCARealist

    I haven’t met many Jews, but they’ve all been extremely liberal and mouthy. Where are the right-wing ones? I do have one friend with a Jewish background who’s conservative, but he’s converted to Christianity. I assume that doesn’t count.

    When my sister was in law school I hung around some of her classmates and was shocked at the profanely righteous indignation they could conjure up at a moment’s notice about whatever lefty cause was on the table. The most virulent was a Jewish woman with a weight problem. It left an impression on me.

    • Replies: @Anon
    @stillCARealist


    Where are the right-wing ones?
     
    Not in CA?

    Maybe try Long Island or Toms River, NJ.
  90. @Ripple Earthdevil
    Uh-oh:

    A white woman confronted a Spanish-speaking family last week at a Virginia restaurant and demanded that they "show me your passports" in video that has since gone viral.

    The woman can be heard in the video screaming at a Guatemalan woman and her family, telling them to "go back to your f-----g country." She also tells the family not to "freeload on America" and repeatedly asks for their passports.

    Later in the video, the woman is seen continuing her tirade outside the restaurant, saying, "I'm tired of this shit."

    The woman who was berated recorded the video and shared it with Telemundo 44 in Washington, D.C.

    The confrontation occurred at Andy's, a restaurant in Lovettsville, Va. The restaurant denounced the woman in a Facebook post, calling her "a vile and loathsome individual."

    "Thank you — and we mean this with all the aforementioned respect that you rightfully deserve—for never returning to Andy’s. You are not welcome," the restaurant wrote.

    The confrontation is the latest video to go viral showing a white person berating Spanish-speaking people in public. In May, a man threatened to call Immigration and Customs Enforcement on customers and employees at a restaurant in New York for speaking Spanish.

    The man, an attorney named Aaron Schlossberg, was later kicked out of his office space.

    https://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/412647-woman-demands-to-see-passports-of-spanish-speaking-family-at

    What alliterative noun-common female name moniker is she going to get?

    Replies: @Russ, @YetAnotherAnon

    “What alliterative noun-common female name moniker is she going to get?”

    Wendy Wetback

    (Oh, wait … that’s the “victim” …)

  91. @PiltdownMan
    I can't make up my mind whether "Caravan" is a patronizing Orientalist term, or whether it is appropriate because Juan Tizol, who composed the tune, was Hispanic.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cAeEhTD1xhU

    Replies: @Colin Wright

    ‘I can’t make up my mind whether “Caravan” is a patronizing Orientalist term, or whether it is appropriate because Juan Tizol, who composed the tune, was Hispanic.’

    It’s a dog whistle for anti-Roma bigotry.

    • LOL: Redneck farmer
  92. I would make some deal with the drug cartels to turn this river of sewage into a trickle .

  93. @International Jew
    @NJ Transit Commuter

    Adrianople was a battle, though. The Romans fought, and lost. The Romans never gave anything away just because they were nice.

    Replies: @CrunchybutRealistCon, @Anonymous

    Krugman’s alarm that some Jews (Adelson) are forming suicidal alliances with pro-borders CivNats or mild/implicit White Ethnonationalists is a curious thing on two fronts-
    Truth is exactly the opposite of his premonition that it will lead to a wave of increased anti-Semitism. Indeed it is groups like the ADL & HIAS who stridently demand mass immigration, White dispossession & multiculturalism who are bringing a backlash upon themselves.
    Secondly, it speaks to KMac’s observation that domimant leaders & groups in Jewish communities exert intense pressure to get Jewish outliers to conform to the designated goal of their ethnocentrism. Steven Miller & Paul Gottfried know this better than most.

    • Agree: Svigor
  94. @Anon
    Has anyone read The Camp of the Saints? Is it worth reading? I took a brief peek at it once, and it seem like rough going, so I passed.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Paul Yarbles, @Alden

    Extremely good, but its main virtue is the accuracy of the predictions. Instead find nonfiction books you have not yet read from this list:
    Charles Murray — By the People
    Ann Coulter — Adios America
    Heather Mac Donald — The Burden of Bad Ideas (plus all others by her)
    George Borjas — We Wanted Workers
    Shaun Rein — The End of Cheap China
    Beth Macy — Factory Man

  95. Some of the Left is hoping for a Kent State-like incident, where a group of armed U.S. troops open fire on “peaceful” protestors/marchers, and the entire thing is held up as a symbol of how evil the U.S. government’s policy is.

    Except, of course, there were no videos depicting what really happened at Kent State: a group of wild, unruly protestors were threatening the troops, and some gun-shot like sounds rang out, causing the National Guard troops to fire in self-defense. But the corporate media never relays this part.

    I personally hope Trump orders the troops to start firing, but in full view of cameras recording the whole thing, and right after the crowd is told explicitly to leave or they will be considered invaders and that they have no right to enter the U.S. Then Trump can replay his recording over and over again, on his website and alt-right ones, demonstrating his position.

    The Left would still claim that it was Hitler-like maneuver, but I think the Silent Majority would agree such actions would be justified given the mob’s threats and the warnings issued, much like how the Kavanaugh debacle backfired on the Left and pushed more people against the #MeToo movement.

    Even more importantly, it would greatly discourage any more rent-a-mob caravans from taking money to show up at the border and try to enter. Seeing that they would be gunned down as invaders is not something a guy taking a paycheck would want to do.

    But I’m sure Trump is weighing all this carefully. It could backfire on him, too. He, ever the showman, would need this set up just right for it work for him.

  96. @Colin Wright
    No one seems to notice that Mexico's a big country; these marchers are still a thousand miles from US territory.

    Are they aware of just how far they have to go? If they propose to walk all the way, ten miles a day would be a good average if we allow for kids, sickness, bad weather, etc. That's assuming someone feeds them.

    They'll be on the road into January. I think they were set up. They'll all wind up back home, minus a pair of shoes -- but whoever started this will have got what they wanted.

    Replies: @PiltdownMan

    No one seems to notice that Mexico’s a big country; these marchers are still a thousand miles from US territory.

    Are they aware of just how far they have to go? If they propose to walk all the way, ten miles a day would be a good average if we allow for kids, sickness, bad weather, etc. That’s assuming someone feeds them.

    Agreed. The fittest members of the caravan walked 8 hours yesterday, about a 25 mile walk. Infantry units can do 20-25 miles a day with full kit, but not over an extended period of time.

    Google maps figures that it is a bit more than 1,000 miles to Brownsville, TX from Huixtla, which is where the vanguard of the caravan is right now. That’s more than a 40 day walk for the fittest of them, and the caravan will break up, with the slowest migrants arriving weeks after the fastest and fittest walkers.

    Arrival at the border will happen long after the election.

    Washington Post: The Latest: 1st migrants arrive in Huixtla after 8-hour walk

    • Replies: @PiltdownMan
    @PiltdownMan

    ...unless they are bused up north.

    [Apologies, the edit window closed]

    Replies: @Colin Wright, @FO337

    , @Svigor
    @PiltdownMan


    Infantry units can do 20-25 miles a day with full kit, but not over an extended period of time.
     
    That's an unremarkable rate for a relatively fit person (infantry carry a lot of extraneous kit that isn't remotely optimized for extended marches) - not as the crow flies, though. I wouldn't care to guess how long that could be kept up, but I know it's weeks, not days.
    , @CrunchybutRealistCon
    @PiltdownMan

    The border is more easily defended at most Texas crossings due to the Rio Grande, bridges, or daunting geography like at Big Bend National Park. Not that the Rio Grande is deep but that the easy access points are over bridges which could be barricaded in emergency. There are decent fortifications either side of the bridges on the north bank of the river. A concentrated mass incursion would more likely happen where fencing or barriers are run down. Probably Cal or south of Tuscon.

    Replies: @Alden

  97. @newrouter
    What would be fun would be to send some f-16's(latest version) flying low over the marchers at mach 1.5. Send Mexico and the marchers a message.

    Replies: @newrouter, @Random Smartaleck

    Take control of the air space; disperse the mob.

    • Replies: @Brutusale
    @newrouter

    I'd go with some Apaches. Elicit a more visceral response.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jeuNhG3Mtp8

    , @bomag
    @newrouter


    Take control of the air space
     
    Maybe time to "disrupt" the supply trucks.

    Nothing like 10,000 hungry and thirsty looters rampaging across Mexico to send a message.
  98. Look at Steve trying to retcon “Merkel’s Boner” into “Merkel’s Mistake” we remember Steve! You can’t win them all, it’s ok.

  99. @istevefan
    I don't know much about Central America, but I do know they have ready access to the two most important oceans and the land looks lush and green. I assume they get ample rain and can grow crops. Tourism should be big. So why can't they make a go out of it? We aren't talking about poor schmucks in a desert. I bet Europeans or NE Asians could prosper there

    Replies: @J.Ross

    There’s a good nonfiction book by a liberal anthropologist that I neglected to put in the above list. The guy tries to make the standard apologetics work but admits that a lot of these people are bad people They are selfish and prone to addiction, with little thought given to planning or morality. They are, in other words, peasants who never mentally left the middle ages, whose aspiration in life is getting drunk, and who wonder that their lord does such an uneven job of taking care of them.
    I’m not remembering the title or the author, and searching is not turning anything up. I think this was featured in Vdare about five years ago.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @J.Ross

    FOLLOW UP
    It wasn't V-Dare, it was AmRen. The author is David Stoll and the book is El Norte Or Bust. It specifically focuses on microcredit.
    The hardcover is ninety dollars on Amazon and it's not on Library Genesis! We've seen this before, like the WWI brainwashing research texts that are tens of thousands of dollars, or E. Michael Jones' out-of-print book on destroying white ethnic communities in cities with minority inflows. Maybe I can get it through a municipal library ...

    Replies: @Alden, @Clyde, @Alden

  100. @PiltdownMan
    @Colin Wright


    No one seems to notice that Mexico’s a big country; these marchers are still a thousand miles from US territory.

    Are they aware of just how far they have to go? If they propose to walk all the way, ten miles a day would be a good average if we allow for kids, sickness, bad weather, etc. That’s assuming someone feeds them.
     

    Agreed. The fittest members of the caravan walked 8 hours yesterday, about a 25 mile walk. Infantry units can do 20-25 miles a day with full kit, but not over an extended period of time.

    Google maps figures that it is a bit more than 1,000 miles to Brownsville, TX from Huixtla, which is where the vanguard of the caravan is right now. That's more than a 40 day walk for the fittest of them, and the caravan will break up, with the slowest migrants arriving weeks after the fastest and fittest walkers.

    Arrival at the border will happen long after the election.

    Washington Post: The Latest: 1st migrants arrive in Huixtla after 8-hour walk


    https://i.imgur.com/f9f9nve.jpg

    Replies: @PiltdownMan, @Svigor, @CrunchybutRealistCon

    …unless they are bused up north.

    [Apologies, the edit window closed]

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
    @PiltdownMan

    '...…unless they are bused up north...'

    Looking at the map, I wonder if they actually walked across Guatemala?

    Maybe they just debus for the photo-ops. Who is organizing this?

    Replies: @CrunchybutRealistCon, @notanon

    , @FO337
    @PiltdownMan

    Don't give them any ideas! If they arrive before the election, even by a matter of hours, the MSM will regale all and sundry with Photo Ops of Crying Babies Being Personally Beaten By Donald Trump And Other White Racists. Heck, they're well on their way to doing that already.

    I say spread some molasses in their path to slow them down.
    Who can object to molasses? It's sweet and tasty.

  101. istevefan says:
    @C. Van Carter
    Somehow this ceased being true the moment Trump was elected:

    ...the benefits of immigration to the population already here are small. The reason is that immigrant workers are, at least roughly speaking, paid their “marginal product”: an immigrant worker is paid roughly the value of the additional goods and services he or she enables the U.S. economy to produce. That means that there isn’t anything left over to increase the income of the people already here.

    ...immigration reduces the wages of domestic workers who compete with immigrants. That’s just supply and demand: we’re talking about large increases in the number of low-skill workers relative to other inputs into production, so it’s inevitable that this means a fall in wages. Mr. Borjas and Mr. Katz have to go through a lot of number-crunching to turn that general proposition into specific estimates of the wage impact, but the general point seems impossible to deny.

    Finally, the fiscal burden of low-wage immigrants is also pretty clear. Mr. Hanson uses some estimates from the National Research Council to get a specific number, around 0.25 percent of G.D.P. Again, I think that you’d be hard pressed to find any set of assumptions under which Mexican immigrants are a net fiscal plus...
     
    https://krugman.blogs.nytimes.com/2006/03/27/notes-on-immigration/

    Replies: @International Jew, @TomSchmidt, @anon, @istevefan, @Anonymous

    In February 2000, the NY Times ran this editorial opposing amnesty!

    The primary problem with amnesties is that they beget more illegal immigration. Demographers trace the doubling of the number of Mexican immigrants since 1990 in part to the amnesty of the 1980’s. Amnesties signal foreign workers that American citizenship can be had by sneaking across the border, or staying beyond the term of one’s visa, and hiding out until Congress passes the next amnesty. The 1980’s amnesty also attracted a large flow of illegal relatives of those workers who became newly legal. All that is unfair to those who play by the immigration rules and wait years to gain legal admission.

    It is also unfair to unskilled workers already in the United States. Between about 1980 and 1995, the gap between the wages of high school dropouts and all other workers widened substantially. Prof. George Borjas of Harvard estimates that almost half of this trend can be traced to immigration of unskilled workers. Illegal immigration of unskilled workers induced by another amnesty would make matters worse. The better course of action is to honor America’s proud tradition by continuing to welcome legal immigrants and find ways to punish employers who refuse to obey the law.

    • Replies: @FO337
    @istevefan

    One is blindsided by the degree of hypocrisy among the 'Advocates'.

  102. @PiltdownMan
    @PiltdownMan

    ...unless they are bused up north.

    [Apologies, the edit window closed]

    Replies: @Colin Wright, @FO337

    ‘……unless they are bused up north…’

    Looking at the map, I wonder if they actually walked across Guatemala?

    Maybe they just debus for the photo-ops. Who is organizing this?

    • Replies: @CrunchybutRealistCon
    @Colin Wright

    Once the convoy gets beyond 1000, the thought of bus logistics get wacky. Assuming 65 per bus (packed), who is going to charter more than 15 buses?
    Where would they find a bus fleet to carry 5000 or 10,000 people over 1000 miles including rest stops, food etc?
    It could only be pulled off by someone with assistance from local goverments in MX who might commandeer bus fleets from municipalities.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @notanon

    , @notanon
    @Colin Wright

    NGOs organise the buses

  103. Anonymous[218] • Disclaimer says:
    @International Jew
    @NJ Transit Commuter

    Adrianople was a battle, though. The Romans fought, and lost. The Romans never gave anything away just because they were nice.

    Replies: @CrunchybutRealistCon, @Anonymous

    No, the Romans gave things away because they were lazy and short-sighted. The Goths were permitted to cross the Danube and settle within the borders of the Roman Empire in exchange for acting as foederati for the Romans. When life within the empire failed to match expectations, things got violent.

    In other words, a group of people from a less developed land were permitted to enter a more advanced civilization’s territory(all the hopes that they would do the jobs that Romans just wouldn’t do), then crossed the Balkans, before laying waste to everything in their path. Sound familiar?

    • Replies: @International Jew
    @Anonymous

    Well, I'm not an expert on Roman history, but Peter Heather, in The Fall of the Roman Empire doesn't tell it that way.

    Replies: @Polynikes, @CMC

  104. @J.Ross
    Is Krugman actually a deep cover saboteur? Nothing burns away willingness to bury the hatchet with the Tribe like Isra'Aid, a gang of young Israeli operatives who leave the country with the most restrictive immigration and asylum standards on Earth to aggressively destabilize other nations. How is Krugman always perfectly backwards?
    ----
    >the right's favorite racist novel
    Would have to be old Flashie, especially the first one, where he is not only a racist but a rapist! Imagine, having a protagonist who is not a didactic moral model for the reader to emulate, but a foil for historically accurate and truly admirable heroes (like the soldier who restrains Harry from attacking one of his victims, simultaneously pitying Harry as he has recently been tortured).
    Attempting to dismiss Raspail like this is laughable. The events of that novel have largely already come to pass beyond any dispute. Bringing it up is spreading the word.

    Replies: @DuanDiRen, @the one they call Desanex

    Flashman is easily the greatest series of books I ever read. I am keenly awaiting Fraser’s autobiography of WWII, Quartered Safe Out Here, which I have ordered but have received yet.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @DuanDiRen

    Imagine if all these money-flooded failure-proof studios could crank out one Flashie series somewhere amid Simultaneous Spidermans, Seth Rogen Burps, and Every Single Thing That Ever Happened in Gotham City.

    , @stillCARealist
    @DuanDiRen

    Quartered Safe Out Here is a good read, but when it's done you'll see why the British Empire collapsed so quickly.

  105. @FO337
    @International Jew


    You need to get out more, and meet other Jews.
     
    To belabor the point just a bit, it's also fair to wonder why--constituting a whopping two percent of the American population--the Chosen People along with your particular obsessions must be the central concern of everyone, all the time.

    It's not serving the nation well, in case that isn't clear yet. Ultimately you'll discover it didn't even serve you and your obsessions very well. Oh well, I see Jack D is here now so holocaust references can't be far behind. But I repeat: it's not serving you well, and it's not going to get better.

    Replies: @International Jew, @Jack D, @dvorak

    it’s…fair to wonder why–constituting a whopping two percent of the American population–the Chosen People along with your particular obsessions must be the central concern of everyone, all the time.

    Well, you’ll notice that I didn’t start this thread, I was responding (as I do) to an ignorant libel of the kind that we see here every day. As for Jack D, I think, like me, he talks about Jews here only in the course of responding to others.

    So what you should really be asking is, why are the Jews a “central concern” of so many nonjews here (including Steve)?

    • Replies: @Dan Hayes
    @International Jew

    International Jew:

    But Steve (Sailer) may be a jew! But you'll never get an answer from Steve since that's his modus operandi.

    Replies: @El Dato, @Jack D

    , @FO337
    @International Jew


    So what you should really be asking
     
    Ha! Good one. You should write for the MSM.

    Your response, in a nutshell: Deflection. I repeat: it’s not serving you well, and it’s not going to get better.

    Replies: @International Jew

    , @Brutusale
    @International Jew

    Even if you're not interested in Jews, Jews are certainly interested in you.

    Replies: @Jack D

    , @Anon
    @International Jew

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k06lLDDe-b4

    , @notanon
    @International Jew


    why are the Jews a “central concern” of so many nonjews here (including Steve)?
     
    1) the media is quite openly engaged in a genocidal culture war against white america

    2) the media is disproportionately jewish

    now there's more than one possible explanation for this but once people have noticed then denying it simply inflames.
  106. @PiltdownMan
    @Colin Wright


    No one seems to notice that Mexico’s a big country; these marchers are still a thousand miles from US territory.

    Are they aware of just how far they have to go? If they propose to walk all the way, ten miles a day would be a good average if we allow for kids, sickness, bad weather, etc. That’s assuming someone feeds them.
     

    Agreed. The fittest members of the caravan walked 8 hours yesterday, about a 25 mile walk. Infantry units can do 20-25 miles a day with full kit, but not over an extended period of time.

    Google maps figures that it is a bit more than 1,000 miles to Brownsville, TX from Huixtla, which is where the vanguard of the caravan is right now. That's more than a 40 day walk for the fittest of them, and the caravan will break up, with the slowest migrants arriving weeks after the fastest and fittest walkers.

    Arrival at the border will happen long after the election.

    Washington Post: The Latest: 1st migrants arrive in Huixtla after 8-hour walk


    https://i.imgur.com/f9f9nve.jpg

    Replies: @PiltdownMan, @Svigor, @CrunchybutRealistCon

    Infantry units can do 20-25 miles a day with full kit, but not over an extended period of time.

    That’s an unremarkable rate for a relatively fit person (infantry carry a lot of extraneous kit that isn’t remotely optimized for extended marches) – not as the crow flies, though. I wouldn’t care to guess how long that could be kept up, but I know it’s weeks, not days.

  107. @Colin Wright
    @PiltdownMan

    '...…unless they are bused up north...'

    Looking at the map, I wonder if they actually walked across Guatemala?

    Maybe they just debus for the photo-ops. Who is organizing this?

    Replies: @CrunchybutRealistCon, @notanon

    Once the convoy gets beyond 1000, the thought of bus logistics get wacky. Assuming 65 per bus (packed), who is going to charter more than 15 buses?
    Where would they find a bus fleet to carry 5000 or 10,000 people over 1000 miles including rest stops, food etc?
    It could only be pulled off by someone with assistance from local goverments in MX who might commandeer bus fleets from municipalities.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @CrunchybutRealistCon

    Ride on top of the freight train:

    Replies: @PiltdownMan

    , @notanon
    @CrunchybutRealistCon

    don't forget the open borders NGOs


    Where would they find a bus fleet to carry 5000 or 10,000 people over 1000 miles including rest stops, food etc?
     
    for ease of numbers say 50 passengers per truck, take them 25 miles up the road to the next stop then come back for another 50 - say an hour or so's driving per 50 over say 10 hours a day that's 500 people taken 25 miles a day they'd need 10-20 trucks.

    the media won't be showing it of course but i bet there's a small fleet of NGO hired trucks doing this hence the short hops.
  108. @Tom-in-VA
    @Anthony Wayne

    At a bare minimum, assuming 7,000 people, two liters of water per day per person, and 3.6 pounds of food per person per day, approximately 28 tons of supplies every day. That’s a low-ball, bare minimum estimate.

    Replies: @Bill P

    That’s four truckloads a week. It’s a lot, but the logistics are not all that formidable. These days you can feed a lot of people without too many man hours of work. Also, these people can easily live off masa harina and beans.

    If you think about it, the larger logistical problem would be dealing with all the human waste. There’s going to be a lot of crap to clean up behind the “caravan.”

    • Replies: @FO337
    @Bill P


    There’s going to be a lot of crap to clean up behind the “caravan.”
     
    Did you just say "clean up"?? Apparently you've never been to Mexico.
  109. @Anonymous
    @International Jew

    No, the Romans gave things away because they were lazy and short-sighted. The Goths were permitted to cross the Danube and settle within the borders of the Roman Empire in exchange for acting as foederati for the Romans. When life within the empire failed to match expectations, things got violent.

    In other words, a group of people from a less developed land were permitted to enter a more advanced civilization's territory(all the hopes that they would do the jobs that Romans just wouldn't do), then crossed the Balkans, before laying waste to everything in their path. Sound familiar?

    Replies: @International Jew

    Well, I’m not an expert on Roman history, but Peter Heather, in The Fall of the Roman Empire doesn’t tell it that way.

    • Agree: ic1000
    • Replies: @Polynikes
    @International Jew

    Mike Duncan from the excellent podcast series "history of the Roman Empire" does. He does it unwittingly though, as he's just trying to be historically accurate.

    I met him and brought this up to him. He tried to back away from that conclusion as fast as any polite liberal could. I don't think he had ever drawn the parallel.

    I think mass immigration is at least one of the lessons we can learn from the fall of Rome.

    Replies: @Benjaminl

    , @CMC
    @International Jew

    No, that’s pretty much the way Heather tells it. What did you get from his book?

  110. I just took a quick 15 minute walk for some fresh air and came up with a great plan to stop this invasion of Indians and semi-Indians from Central America.

    1- Trump gets a list of 2000 standup lawyers from the Federalist society.
    2- They get deputized as temporary immigration court judges, pay is per diem coming out to 250,000 per year. They are sent to the courts in Texas, Arizona and California.
    3- All of those marchers who get onto US soil get their asylum cases instantly adjudicated with 99% denied.
    4- There are ships in Houston harbor waiting to take them back to their Central American nations
    5-Women and children go home on their own ships
    6- All males go back on their own ship that will be equipped with shackles to eliminate rioting. There will be plenty of our military on board to keep things peaceful.
    7- When the ship gets them back to Honduras, Guatemala etc. everyone including children gets a check or cash for 1000-2000 dollars to ease the sting. Those who misbehave don’t get paid.
    8- You only get paid once. If we have to ship you back again there is no payment at the end.

    • Replies: @JayD
    @Clyde


    1- Trump gets a list of 2000 standup lawyers from the Federalist society.
    2- They get deputized as temporary immigration court judges, pay is per diem coming out to 250,000 per year. They are sent to the courts in Texas, Arizona and California.
    3- All of those marchers who get onto US soil get their asylum cases instantly adjudicated with 99% denied.
    4- There are ships in Houston harbor waiting to take them back to their Central American nations
    5-Women and children go home on their own ships
    6- All males go back on their own ship that will be equipped with shackles to eliminate rioting. There will be plenty of our military on board to keep things peaceful.
    7- When the ship gets them back to Honduras, Guatemala etc. everyone including children gets a check or cash for 1000-2000 dollars to ease the sting. Those who misbehave don’t get paid.
    8- You only get paid once. If we have to ship you back again there is no payment at the end.
     
    I like your plan up to number 4. In addition to ships we have 2 or 3 big military personnel aircraft. We know some are from Africa, but nobody has papers and it racist to assume national origin based on appearance. So we select a few hundred at random to board the planes for some African country that will grant them citizenship for a few thousand dollars.

    We make sure the video of those people disembarking in Africa is seen by everyone in Latin America. We make it well known that this is the new deportation policy. Most get deported back to wherever they say home is. But if we catch you twice or suspect you are lying, it's off to Africa.

    Also, no money at the end. We just blew our budget on African citizenship papers for these jokers.

    Replies: @JayD, @Hippopotamusdrome, @Anonymous

  111. @Svigor
    @International Jew

    Just point out the Jews who are truly warm toward Evangelicals and save the poor guy a lot of time wasted searching, eh?

    Replies: @International Jew

    You want me to name names?

    • LOL: Svigor
  112. @CrunchybutRealistCon
    @Colin Wright

    Once the convoy gets beyond 1000, the thought of bus logistics get wacky. Assuming 65 per bus (packed), who is going to charter more than 15 buses?
    Where would they find a bus fleet to carry 5000 or 10,000 people over 1000 miles including rest stops, food etc?
    It could only be pulled off by someone with assistance from local goverments in MX who might commandeer bus fleets from municipalities.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @notanon

    Ride on top of the freight train:

    • Replies: @PiltdownMan
    @Steve Sailer

    The Train of Death!

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

    Replies: @CrunchybutRealistCon, @El Dato, @FO337

  113. @Nathan
    "few surviving sane white male Democrats"

    What?? How can any sane white male still be a Democrat?

    Replies: @Dennis Dale, @Jefferson, @notanon

    “What?? How can any sane white male still be a Democrat”

    Hillary Clinton won 31% of the White male vote.

    • Replies: @Eagle Eye
    @Jefferson


    Hillary Clinton won 31% of the White male vote.
     
    This may be true (although there was clearly MASSIVE vote fraud perpetrated by the SEIU throughout the U.S.).

    However, the question was about the proportion of SANE White males who voted for Hillary. This must have been far less, certainly below 15% (self-interested public employees, defense contractor staff, etc.)

    , @Charles Erwin Wilson
    @Jefferson


    “What?? How can any sane white male still be a Democrat”

     


    Hillary Clinton won 31% of the White male vote.
     
    So, what is your point? You are surprised by a 31% cucksucker percentage? I too am surprised - but because it is not higher.

    Replies: @Jefferson

  114. @International Jew
    @FO337


    it’s...fair to wonder why–constituting a whopping two percent of the American population–the Chosen People along with your particular obsessions must be the central concern of everyone, all the time.
     
    Well, you'll notice that I didn't start this thread, I was responding (as I do) to an ignorant libel of the kind that we see here every day. As for Jack D, I think, like me, he talks about Jews here only in the course of responding to others.

    So what you should really be asking is, why are the Jews a "central concern" of so many nonjews here (including Steve)?

    Replies: @Dan Hayes, @FO337, @Brutusale, @Anon, @notanon

    International Jew:

    But Steve (Sailer) may be a jew! But you’ll never get an answer from Steve since that’s his modus operandi.

    • Replies: @El Dato
    @Dan Hayes

    What if everyone has a Judean Mode and becomes Jew for minutes at a time during the day.

    That would be hand-wringing.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    , @Jack D
    @Dan Hayes

    Crypto-Jews, they're everywhere! Crypto-Jews, is there ANYTHING they can't do?

  115. @Tiny Duck
    Guess what ALL PEOPLE OF COLOR AGREE ON?

    WE NEED LESS WHITE PEOPLE.

    WE NEED LESS WHITE POWER.

    WE NEED LESS WHITE SUPRMEACY.

    WE NEED LESS WHITE PRIVILEGE

    YOU guys are scared spitless and are cowards. I thought superior white men could deal with anything? You lost in South Africa. You lost in the civil war. You will lose here and in Europe.

    ITS OVER

    Your descendents will be OF COLOR

    GET OVER IT

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @unpc downunder, @propagandist hacker

    Okay I’m not an American, but wasn’t the Civil War a battle between white guys? Perhaps you mean the 60s urban revolts by blacks, “burn baby burn.” Some people say whites lost these revolts, but you could also that blacks committed an own goal by turning areas like Detroit into no go zones for investors.

  116. Let’s fly over the caravan and airdrop gift certificates good at stores in Mexican beach resorts and the rich neighborhoods of Mexico City. Maybe Mexico will play ball, once aggressive Hondurans fan out into Mexico’s nerve centers.

  117. You weren’t joking when you said Krugman had zero self-awareness. The goys are coming with torches and pitchforks! presumably followed by the Cossacks!! frigging hilarious. Reminds me of Eisner personally firing Easterbrook for saying Jews dominate Hollywood.

    • Replies: @El Dato
    @Unladen Swallow

    Btw, Steven Seagal is now Cossack:

    https://www.rt.com/news/441775-seagal-cossack-rite-lashes-russia/

  118. Is Adelson paying the marchers?

    Would Soros pay them to walk in opposite direction?

    It all comes down to big Jews.

  119. @Steve Sailer
    @CrunchybutRealistCon

    Ride on top of the freight train:

    Replies: @PiltdownMan

    The Train of Death!

    • Replies: @CrunchybutRealistCon
    @PiltdownMan

    Was thinking of that but it doesn't seem to scale to the size of this convoy. If you had one train per day at 25 cars long & say 20 people on each car...that will take a helluva long time to haul 7000 people.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer

    , @El Dato
    @PiltdownMan

    Why are there Africans on Mexican trains of death?

    And "unaccompanied children"??

    It's subsahara right there.

    Replies: @PiltdownMan

    , @FO337
    @PiltdownMan

    Mad props, they managed to find a child amputee. LEDE!

  120. @International Jew
    @FO337


    it’s...fair to wonder why–constituting a whopping two percent of the American population–the Chosen People along with your particular obsessions must be the central concern of everyone, all the time.
     
    Well, you'll notice that I didn't start this thread, I was responding (as I do) to an ignorant libel of the kind that we see here every day. As for Jack D, I think, like me, he talks about Jews here only in the course of responding to others.

    So what you should really be asking is, why are the Jews a "central concern" of so many nonjews here (including Steve)?

    Replies: @Dan Hayes, @FO337, @Brutusale, @Anon, @notanon

    So what you should really be asking

    Ha! Good one. You should write for the MSM.

    Your response, in a nutshell: Deflection. I repeat: it’s not serving you well, and it’s not going to get better.

    • Replies: @International Jew
    @FO337

    That's not deflection. I'm just giving you a reality check. You're like the people who think the #1 threat to black lives is white cops, and I'm the guy telling you the #1 threat is other blacks.

    If the USA is ripping itself apart (a point I think we can agree on) it's mostly nonjewish whites doing it. You already showed what you're capable of, in the Civil War.

    Replies: @FO337, @Svigor

  121. @DuanDiRen
    @J.Ross

    Flashman is easily the greatest series of books I ever read. I am keenly awaiting Fraser's autobiography of WWII, Quartered Safe Out Here, which I have ordered but have received yet.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @stillCARealist

    Imagine if all these money-flooded failure-proof studios could crank out one Flashie series somewhere amid Simultaneous Spidermans, Seth Rogen Burps, and Every Single Thing That Ever Happened in Gotham City.

  122. South Asians are better at it than Latin Americans.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @PiltdownMan

    Heading to a suburb near *you*.

    Courtesy of The Economist ®

  123. So how come none of these folks headed for el norte have luggage, sleeping bags, tents, bags of food, etc? I see photos of women pushing baby carriages and strollers with 4 kids hanging out of them. Excuse me? You are going to push a baby for a thousand miles with no food?

    Holyschit, what a bunch of suckers we are. This is just a Hollywood movie they’re making, can’t anybody figure it out?

    • Agree: FO337
  124. @Colin Wright
    @Barnard

    'How long ago did it become commonplace for political pundits to call people they have disagreements with “gross?” It sounds like something you would hear on the school playground. Did it start on Twitter?'

    The left does this. They come up with a one-word substitute for an actual argument -- then overuse it to the point where it becomes counter-productive. Remember 'scary'?

    Replies: @b.t.o

    “shitty” still does a lot of heavy lifting in my city. As in “yeah anyone who believes that is kinda shitty and I don’t have the time to listen to shitty….”

    There should be a term for how the NPC class can display impressive argumentative skills, but only in the service of curtailing, sidestepping or otherwise making normal critical evaluation of an issue impossible.

  125. Anonymous[218] • Disclaimer says:
    @El Dato
    @Rosie

    Twitter is an mind-frying device. And it doesn't even upload your soul to a Thought Universe in return.


    Just stop, illegal immigration is at an all time low and more Mexicans are leaving the US than entering.

    These are refugee families fleeing oppression just as your grandparents did.

     

    Demographics are not time-translation invariant.

    Who do you fools think works the agricultural jobs, the roofing and construction jobs, the landscape jobs, the moving jobs? I worked with the Ag. sector my entire career. Real Muricans wouldn’t last two hours at most of these jobs.

     

    "We need more slaves until everyone can be a slave."

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Jefferson, @Alden

    One question I’d like to see definitively answered is what happened to the thought processes of the American decision-makers in between the demise of say, television manufacturing in the 1980’s, and today.

    It’s well before my time, but as far as I know, when Japanese and Korean TV-manufacturers took over the American market, there was no demand from the self-appointed cognoscenti to re-engineer the demographics of the USA by importing millions of Japanese and Koreans, with their innate, impossible-to-teach TV-making skills, so that there could still be TV-factories in the USA. People decided that for a variety of reasons, the economics of TV-manufacturing meant that it no longer made sense to make them in the USA, and they moved on. As far as I know, the same thing happened with cotton T-shirts.

    But in 2018, the smartest among us seem unable to grasp the idea that it may no longer make economic sense to grow fruit in the US. Instead, the US has to be transformed into something unrecognizable to prevent those fruit-picking jobs from fleeing abroad. It’s like destroying the village to save the village. If Real Muricans don’t actually do any of those jobs, then it’s no big loss if they disappear anyway, unless you stretch the idea of Real American to include any Homo Sapiens who happens to occupy space in the United States of America, regardless of whether or not they have any legal right to be there.

    After all, what other jobs do those fruit-picking jobs support? Roofing, construction and moving jobs that supposedly aren’t done by Real Muricans? Bilingual Spanish-speaking teacher’s aid? Spanish-speaking university diversity dean? Spanish-speaking fry cook?

    Of course if those jobs were to disappear south of the border, the farmers(and I use that term loosely) owning those fruit orchards(many of whom are probably members of the Republican Party) might find themselves in a bit of a pickle. They would find themselves owning tracts of land that no one wants to use for their original purpose. They could try selling that land to developers, though perhaps with less diversity, there might be less demand for new housing, especially among Anglos who now feel less pressure to escape said diversity. Maybe those farmers can learn to code. I hear that’s a thing.

    It might also be worth exploring the psychological warfare that is the “Jobs [insert nationality] just won’t do” meme. If an actual American is willing to pick crops/hang drywall/nail shingles, then does that make him less American than his cousin the accountant? It sure seems to be the case. What effect does that have on the willingness of low-skilled Americans to do these j0bs if they know that even if they do bust their ass outside all day, the people who really run the country will view them with just as much contempt as if they stay home and do nothing?

    Mind you, the unspoken implication for most of these jobs is that the Americans who won’t do these jobs are white, a corollary of which is that white Americans don’t like to exert themselves outdoors. This is a peculiar idea when you consider that it’s whites who tend to gravitate towards the outdoors when it comes to leisure activities such as hunting, fishing, running, hiking, camping etc., to the point where there have been calls to diversify these pastimes.

    *All the the preceding also ignores that esoteric concept of increasing pay until people are willing to do the work. I believe it was Recep Erodgan(or one of his associates) who said of democracy that “It’s like a bus. You ride it until you get where you want to go, and then you get off”.

    For the businessmen who rely on imported labor(for which they generally do not pay the full cost), the free market is just such a bus. They ride it until they want to get off, generally at the stop marked “Pay Your Workers More”.

    • Replies: @Iberiano
    @Anonymous

    What pisses me off is when people (outsiders almost always) "tell the American story" about how "Americans just won't do those jobs", as if somehow picking fruit and building homes was not done for hundreds of years, before the invasion of our nation. As if somehow, roughnecks who were descendants of the original Scots-Irish in the American South and Seaboard did not migrate to Oklahoma, and onward to Bakersfield and all over the West, doing all the shitty jobs.

    As if somehow, good, decent paying jobs for respectable black Americans weren't done, working in the service industry. There was no shame in being a busboy, a pullman, nanny, or housekeeper at a motel. All these jobs were done before by black and white Americans, with some limited work for Chinese, Hispanics (and Portuguese in construction), some fishing jobs by Vietnamese, etc. etc. etc.

    Liberals did a great psy op by pretending all these jobs were bad for Americans, because muh education, education, education--and "everyone needs to go to college", while simultaneously telling Americans that those 'low end jobs' were for precious Central Americans and Mexicans--now shaming us, ret-con style for not actively doing them the past couple of decades. "Who wants to work out in the hot sun all day?" they ask...I dunno, the same blacks and Scots-Irish that did it for decades? The Cajuns that fish and get your seafood all day in the hot sun in the Gulf? The white men that drive the trucks all around the country?

    Then they have the nerve, after essentially forcing Americans to accept the "everyone has to go to college" to charge outlandish amounts, get white kids into serious, lifelong, debt, for crappy jobs at Starbucks and TGIF, while telling them for four year$ that "capitalism is racist, bad, the past" etc. The same profs making 100k a year in some low rent states.

    It's an unbelievable gas-lighting operation carried out on the American psyche.

    Replies: @Charles Erwin Wilson

  126. March Against White Supremacy

    March for White Supremacy. They’re not marhing to shitholes, they’re marching to a White nation. They’re voting with their feet.

    White supremacy will be dethroned when a non white nation starts becoming the destination of choice for refugees fleeing their shitholes.

  127. The existence of the simple term “Caravan”

    How about horde?

    • LOL: Liza
  128. @PiltdownMan
    @Steve Sailer

    The Train of Death!

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

    Replies: @CrunchybutRealistCon, @El Dato, @FO337

    Was thinking of that but it doesn’t seem to scale to the size of this convoy. If you had one train per day at 25 cars long & say 20 people on each car…that will take a helluva long time to haul 7000 people.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @CrunchybutRealistCon

    200 railroad cars times 40 people riding on top of each is 8,000. Supposedly about a half million ride The Beast trains annually the south to north length of Mexico:

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

    Replies: @CrunchybutRealistCon

  129. @Dan Hayes
    @International Jew

    International Jew:

    But Steve (Sailer) may be a jew! But you'll never get an answer from Steve since that's his modus operandi.

    Replies: @El Dato, @Jack D

    What if everyone has a Judean Mode and becomes Jew for minutes at a time during the day.

    That would be hand-wringing.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @El Dato


    What if everyone has a Judean Mode and becomes Jew for minutes at a time during the day.

    That would be hand-wringing
     
    Fifteen minutes, perhaps? That would be the Warholocaust.


    https://cdn3.volusion.com/zausr.eprhq/v/vspfiles/photos/584B-2T.jpg?1468578805
  130. @Unladen Swallow
    You weren't joking when you said Krugman had zero self-awareness. The goys are coming with torches and pitchforks! presumably followed by the Cossacks!! frigging hilarious. Reminds me of Eisner personally firing Easterbrook for saying Jews dominate Hollywood.

    Replies: @El Dato

  131. @PiltdownMan
    @Steve Sailer

    The Train of Death!

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

    Replies: @CrunchybutRealistCon, @El Dato, @FO337

    Why are there Africans on Mexican trains of death?

    And “unaccompanied children”??

    It’s subsahara right there.

    • Replies: @PiltdownMan
    @El Dato


    Why are there Africans on Mexican trains of death?

    And “unaccompanied children”??

    It’s subsahara right there.

     

    South Asia, too.

    9,000 Indian illegal immigrants (from India) were apprehended at the border with Mexico in the last 12 months.

    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-immigration-indians/indians-arrested-for-illegally-entering-u-s-nearly-triples-idUSKCN1M82SZ

    Paying smuggling rings between $25,000-$50,000 per person, a growing number of Indians are illegally crossing the U.S.-Mexico border and claiming asylum...

    ...CBP spokesman Salvador Zamora said...the CBP expects that the data for the fiscal year that ends on Sept. 30 will show “around 9,000” Indian nationals had been apprehended versus 3,162 in fiscal year 2017.

    Asylum seekers range from lower caste “untouchable” Indians facing death threats for marrying outside their class to Sikhs claiming political persecution, immigration lawyers said.

    Fraudulent asylum seekers often present “cut and paste” evidence identical to that of other migrants, Zamora said.

    Some 42.2 percent of Indian asylum cases were denied between fiscal years 2012 to 2017...
     

    $50k times nine thousand illegals makes that segment of the market alone worth up to a half-billion dollars in revenue in 2018.

    Global illegal immigration is a large scale industry in our times.

  132. @CrunchybutRealistCon
    @PiltdownMan

    Was thinking of that but it doesn't seem to scale to the size of this convoy. If you had one train per day at 25 cars long & say 20 people on each car...that will take a helluva long time to haul 7000 people.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer

    200 railroad cars times 40 people riding on top of each is 8,000. Supposedly about a half million ride The Beast trains annually the south to north length of Mexico:

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

    • Replies: @CrunchybutRealistCon
    @Steve Sailer

    Wow. Thanks. I stand corrected. The train must be stopped then. At least there is quick fix - the MX army can just blockade the train. Who needs to be bribed & for how much $$?

  133. @PiltdownMan
    @Colin Wright


    No one seems to notice that Mexico’s a big country; these marchers are still a thousand miles from US territory.

    Are they aware of just how far they have to go? If they propose to walk all the way, ten miles a day would be a good average if we allow for kids, sickness, bad weather, etc. That’s assuming someone feeds them.
     

    Agreed. The fittest members of the caravan walked 8 hours yesterday, about a 25 mile walk. Infantry units can do 20-25 miles a day with full kit, but not over an extended period of time.

    Google maps figures that it is a bit more than 1,000 miles to Brownsville, TX from Huixtla, which is where the vanguard of the caravan is right now. That's more than a 40 day walk for the fittest of them, and the caravan will break up, with the slowest migrants arriving weeks after the fastest and fittest walkers.

    Arrival at the border will happen long after the election.

    Washington Post: The Latest: 1st migrants arrive in Huixtla after 8-hour walk


    https://i.imgur.com/f9f9nve.jpg

    Replies: @PiltdownMan, @Svigor, @CrunchybutRealistCon

    The border is more easily defended at most Texas crossings due to the Rio Grande, bridges, or daunting geography like at Big Bend National Park. Not that the Rio Grande is deep but that the easy access points are over bridges which could be barricaded in emergency. There are decent fortifications either side of the bridges on the north bank of the river. A concentrated mass incursion would more likely happen where fencing or barriers are run down. Probably Cal or south of Tuscon.

    • Replies: @Alden
    @CrunchybutRealistCon

    The California Farmers and Ranchers Association probably has charter buses waiting at the Calexico and Tecate crossings. It’s planting time for next spring’s lettuce and vegetables and picking the last of the apples and pears.

  134. @Steve Sailer
    @CrunchybutRealistCon

    200 railroad cars times 40 people riding on top of each is 8,000. Supposedly about a half million ride The Beast trains annually the south to north length of Mexico:

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

    Replies: @CrunchybutRealistCon

    Wow. Thanks. I stand corrected. The train must be stopped then. At least there is quick fix – the MX army can just blockade the train. Who needs to be bribed & for how much $$?

  135. @Anon
    Caravandals say America is an evil nazi nation... but run from their own nations to come live in the US.

    https://twitter.com/RealVinceJames/status/1053890391420719105

    Replies: @Jefferson

    Hondurans share the same racial DNA as your favorite group in the world the Mexicans, so you should be glad that the Hondurans are making the pilmigrage to The U.S.

  136. The march for more Democratic voters.

  137. Anonymous[742] • Disclaimer says:

    Of course, it’s pretty damned obvious that this spectacle is a *deliberate, planned, blatant* attempt to replicate the Merkel madness on the American soil – with the intended result of seriously embarrassing Donald Trump.

    The real question is just *who* is behind it all? – a serious case for the CIA, methinks, an organisation which doubtless has Latin America pretty much well ‘sewn up’. The only mystery is why a judicious bribe here, a threat there didn’t nip this whole travelling circus in the bud. Someone’s falling down on the job. I mean, a century ago good ol’ Uncle Sam was able to hive off an entire new nation, Panama, just in order to host a canal.

    Anyway, they’ve picked the wrong guy. Unlike Merkel, Trump is no chump. The redheaded one, as the Irish like to say, sure ‘loves a scrap’.

    • Replies: @The Alarmist
    @Anonymous


    "Anyway, they’ve picked the wrong guy. Unlike Merkel, Trump is no chump. The redheaded one, as the Irish like to say, sure ‘loves a scrap’."
     
    Have you been paying attention at all? Trump "scraps" by Tweeting.

    If Trump takes any action at all, it is immediately challenged, and the Trump Administration immediately collapses like a house of cards into a fetal position under the desk, vowing to see its opponents in court.
    , @Jefferson
    @Anonymous

    "Anyway, they’ve picked the wrong guy. Unlike Merkel, Trump is no chump. The redheaded one, as the Irish like to say, sure ‘loves a scrap’."

    Donald Trump is blond not a ginger.

  138. @J.Ross
    OT TENDIES ON THE GROUND
    THIS IS WHY WE NEED CHECKERS WEDNESDAY
    25% of millennials polled claim PTSD from 2016 presidential election
    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-6304155/25-millennials-say-PTSD-2016-election-study-says.html

    Researchers surveyed Arizona State University students around the time of President Donald Trump's inauguration in 2017, and some had stress scores on par with that of school shooting witnesses' seven-month follow-ups.

    Twenty-five percent of the 769 students, who were an even mix of genders and races and socioeconomic backgrounds, reported 'clinically significant' levels of stress.

    The most severe cases were seen among women, black, and non-white Hispanic students, who were 45 percent more likely to feel distressed by the 2016 run between Trump and Hillary Clinton.

    Lead researcher Melissa Hagan, an assistant professor of psychology at San Francisco State University, believes the 'divisive tone' about race, identity, and what makes a valuable American 'really heightened stress for a lot of people'.
     
    Imagine if their educators had told these brainless regurgitators for years about dealing with setbacks and seeking gratification outside themselves?

    Replies: @FO337

    assistant professor of psychology at San Francisco State University

    [sfx: loud buzzer]

  139. @Russ
    @Anonymous

    Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Krugman: Red-assed to this day over the failure of his predicted stock market implosion upon Trump's election.

    Replies: @FO337

    When is everything going to fall apart, anyway? [crying] You Promised!!!

  140. @PiltdownMan
    @PiltdownMan

    ...unless they are bused up north.

    [Apologies, the edit window closed]

    Replies: @Colin Wright, @FO337

    Don’t give them any ideas! If they arrive before the election, even by a matter of hours, the MSM will regale all and sundry with Photo Ops of Crying Babies Being Personally Beaten By Donald Trump And Other White Racists. Heck, they’re well on their way to doing that already.

    I say spread some molasses in their path to slow them down.
    Who can object to molasses? It’s sweet and tasty.

  141. @PiltdownMan
    South Asians are better at it than Latin Americans.

    http://i2.hdslb.com/bfs/archive/fa6f9dee25cae33a09a406092e199c1e4de53146.jpg

    Replies: @Anonymous

    Heading to a suburb near *you*.

    Courtesy of The Economist ®

  142. @istevefan
    @C. Van Carter

    In February 2000, the NY Times ran this editorial opposing amnesty!

    The primary problem with amnesties is that they beget more illegal immigration. Demographers trace the doubling of the number of Mexican immigrants since 1990 in part to the amnesty of the 1980's. Amnesties signal foreign workers that American citizenship can be had by sneaking across the border, or staying beyond the term of one's visa, and hiding out until Congress passes the next amnesty. The 1980's amnesty also attracted a large flow of illegal relatives of those workers who became newly legal. All that is unfair to those who play by the immigration rules and wait years to gain legal admission.

    It is also unfair to unskilled workers already in the United States. Between about 1980 and 1995, the gap between the wages of high school dropouts and all other workers widened substantially. Prof. George Borjas of Harvard estimates that almost half of this trend can be traced to immigration of unskilled workers. Illegal immigration of unskilled workers induced by another amnesty would make matters worse. The better course of action is to honor America's proud tradition by continuing to welcome legal immigrants and find ways to punish employers who refuse to obey the law.
     

    Replies: @FO337

    One is blindsided by the degree of hypocrisy among the ‘Advocates’.

  143. @El Dato
    @PiltdownMan

    Why are there Africans on Mexican trains of death?

    And "unaccompanied children"??

    It's subsahara right there.

    Replies: @PiltdownMan

    Why are there Africans on Mexican trains of death?

    And “unaccompanied children”??

    It’s subsahara right there.

    South Asia, too.

    9,000 Indian illegal immigrants (from India) were apprehended at the border with Mexico in the last 12 months.

    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-immigration-indians/indians-arrested-for-illegally-entering-u-s-nearly-triples-idUSKCN1M82SZ

    Paying smuggling rings between $25,000-$50,000 per person, a growing number of Indians are illegally crossing the U.S.-Mexico border and claiming asylum…

    …CBP spokesman Salvador Zamora said…the CBP expects that the data for the fiscal year that ends on Sept. 30 will show “around 9,000” Indian nationals had been apprehended versus 3,162 in fiscal year 2017.

    Asylum seekers range from lower caste “untouchable” Indians facing death threats for marrying outside their class to Sikhs claiming political persecution, immigration lawyers said.

    Fraudulent asylum seekers often present “cut and paste” evidence identical to that of other migrants, Zamora said.

    Some 42.2 percent of Indian asylum cases were denied between fiscal years 2012 to 2017…

    $50k times nine thousand illegals makes that segment of the market alone worth up to a half-billion dollars in revenue in 2018.

    Global illegal immigration is a large scale industry in our times.

  144. @Bill P
    @Tom-in-VA

    That's four truckloads a week. It's a lot, but the logistics are not all that formidable. These days you can feed a lot of people without too many man hours of work. Also, these people can easily live off masa harina and beans.

    If you think about it, the larger logistical problem would be dealing with all the human waste. There's going to be a lot of crap to clean up behind the "caravan."

    Replies: @FO337

    There’s going to be a lot of crap to clean up behind the “caravan.”

    Did you just say “clean up”?? Apparently you’ve never been to Mexico.

  145. @PiltdownMan
    @Steve Sailer

    The Train of Death!

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

    Replies: @CrunchybutRealistCon, @El Dato, @FO337

    Mad props, they managed to find a child amputee. LEDE!

  146. @C. Van Carter
    Somehow this ceased being true the moment Trump was elected:

    ...the benefits of immigration to the population already here are small. The reason is that immigrant workers are, at least roughly speaking, paid their “marginal product”: an immigrant worker is paid roughly the value of the additional goods and services he or she enables the U.S. economy to produce. That means that there isn’t anything left over to increase the income of the people already here.

    ...immigration reduces the wages of domestic workers who compete with immigrants. That’s just supply and demand: we’re talking about large increases in the number of low-skill workers relative to other inputs into production, so it’s inevitable that this means a fall in wages. Mr. Borjas and Mr. Katz have to go through a lot of number-crunching to turn that general proposition into specific estimates of the wage impact, but the general point seems impossible to deny.

    Finally, the fiscal burden of low-wage immigrants is also pretty clear. Mr. Hanson uses some estimates from the National Research Council to get a specific number, around 0.25 percent of G.D.P. Again, I think that you’d be hard pressed to find any set of assumptions under which Mexican immigrants are a net fiscal plus...
     
    https://krugman.blogs.nytimes.com/2006/03/27/notes-on-immigration/

    Replies: @International Jew, @TomSchmidt, @anon, @istevefan, @Anonymous

    Sorry Mr. Krugman, but just about the entirety of the modern economics profession, including the *BIG* bastards at The Economist magazine, *do* deny – and deny vehemently – the notion that the ‘law of supply and demand’ is valid in the context of wages and immigration.

    • Replies: @Craig Nelsen
    @Anonymous

    So true. I saw a question from someone in the Economics ccommunity of Stack Exchange asking what the economic impact would be if all illegals were deported tomorrow. An article focused on the dairy industry had elicited the question. In the article, an economist employed by the National Dairy Association or some such, headquartered in the heart of dairy country, Reston, Virginia, had claimed extreme economic disruption, with milk prices doubling, would result from such a heartless move.

    Several of the professional economists that frequent the board answered. All stated something to the effect that while it would be impossible to know, since there were no data, the price shock would be extreme.

    I've never bought that line about how crucial illegal labor is to the economy, so I looked into it. It is possible to find data on the amount a farmer receives from every gallon of milk sold in the supermarket (roughly, if memory serves, 30 cents of every $2.60). There is also data available on what percentage of a dairy farm's expenses goes to labor, from which it is possible to separate out the farmer's own labor. It is also possible to find data on what percent of the dairy industry's labor is illegal, and what the going wage rate is for them.

    Using the data, I "deported" the illegals and offered $20 per hour to fill those jobs with Americans, then reran the numbers to determine what the change would be in the price of milk to the consumer. It was something like 23 cents. Milk would skyrocket from $2.60 per gallon to $2.83--an increase many consumers wouldn't even notice and hardly the catastrophic doubling that the professional economist had claimed.

    When I posted my results on the Economics Stack Exchange, I received a slew of down votes, but no refutation of my numbers. When I insisted on an actual response, I received lots of jargon, but nothing that actually showed the price of milk would be any different than what I'd come up with. When I called out the economics profession as being corrupt and economists as little better than prostitutes I was banned. Oh well.

    Replies: @Anonymous

  147. @Tiny Duck
    Guess what ALL PEOPLE OF COLOR AGREE ON?

    WE NEED LESS WHITE PEOPLE.

    WE NEED LESS WHITE POWER.

    WE NEED LESS WHITE SUPRMEACY.

    WE NEED LESS WHITE PRIVILEGE

    YOU guys are scared spitless and are cowards. I thought superior white men could deal with anything? You lost in South Africa. You lost in the civil war. You will lose here and in Europe.

    ITS OVER

    Your descendents will be OF COLOR

    GET OVER IT

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @unpc downunder, @propagandist hacker

    you are probably correct

  148. Good God!

    It looks just like a general strike at Taco Bell!

  149. The new Webster’s dictionary of American idiom and colloquilliasm defines the term ‘Mexican Breakfast’ as meaning ‘a cigarette and a glass of water’.

  150. @Anonymous
    https://twitter.com/paulkrugman/status/1054011151082758144

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r2wHQ4Bc_88&t=200

    Star of David on truck at 3:03.

    Gotta be Adelson.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Rosie, @Achmed E. Newman, @Svigor, @Russ, @Olorin, @tyrone, @Wade, @Wade

    I keep thinking that Cholera Paul can’t get worse, then he does.

    A prevailing cultural myth is that once upon a time, “journalists” were professionally fact-diggy people who wouldn’t sneer at their readers about how certain people were wrong about their assumptions or assertions, but instead would have curiosity about the issue, go out and investigate it, and present corrective or corroborating information.

    The vapors-having bodice-heaving Krugman is so predictable and content-impoverished, it can do nothing but attest to the correctness of those at whom he snipes.

    It tends also to offer additional evidence of something long observed by our host regarding LimoLib Paul:

    https://isteve.blogspot.com/2008/10/i-had-not-realized-nobel-laureate-paul.html

  151. @Anonymous
    https://twitter.com/paulkrugman/status/1054011151082758144

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r2wHQ4Bc_88&t=200

    Star of David on truck at 3:03.

    Gotta be Adelson.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Rosie, @Achmed E. Newman, @Svigor, @Russ, @Olorin, @tyrone, @Wade, @Wade

    “replace you with brown people” SO,Krugman does know what’s going on.

  152. @Ripple Earthdevil
    Uh-oh:

    A white woman confronted a Spanish-speaking family last week at a Virginia restaurant and demanded that they "show me your passports" in video that has since gone viral.

    The woman can be heard in the video screaming at a Guatemalan woman and her family, telling them to "go back to your f-----g country." She also tells the family not to "freeload on America" and repeatedly asks for their passports.

    Later in the video, the woman is seen continuing her tirade outside the restaurant, saying, "I'm tired of this shit."

    The woman who was berated recorded the video and shared it with Telemundo 44 in Washington, D.C.

    The confrontation occurred at Andy's, a restaurant in Lovettsville, Va. The restaurant denounced the woman in a Facebook post, calling her "a vile and loathsome individual."

    "Thank you — and we mean this with all the aforementioned respect that you rightfully deserve—for never returning to Andy’s. You are not welcome," the restaurant wrote.

    The confrontation is the latest video to go viral showing a white person berating Spanish-speaking people in public. In May, a man threatened to call Immigration and Customs Enforcement on customers and employees at a restaurant in New York for speaking Spanish.

    The man, an attorney named Aaron Schlossberg, was later kicked out of his office space.

    https://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/412647-woman-demands-to-see-passports-of-spanish-speaking-family-at

    What alliterative noun-common female name moniker is she going to get?

    Replies: @Russ, @YetAnotherAnon

    There have been a few such videos in the UK, usually of natives (mostly female) who’ve suddenly just snapped after who knows how many years of exposure to diversity. I remember one woman who went off (in a British rather than Muslim sense) on a bus and was then remanded in custody over Christmas, despite having a small baby.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @YetAnotherAnon

    Yep.

    It seems like that late, great Aussie actor, Leo (Rumpole) McKern - or at least a clone of his - has made a rather unexpected and controversial comeback.

  153. @istevefan
    @J.Ross


    The Spanish speaking world loves clumsily appropriated multiculti symbolism.
     
    Does that include appropriating an Israeli flag? I've seen this making its rounds on twitter. Maybe there is a simple explanation, such as an Israeli official was visiting this gal on this particular day. But it does seem odd.

    https://twitter.com/99freemind/status/1054100940784103426

    Replies: @C. Van Carter, @J.Ross, @Russ, @RVBlake, @Jack D, @Reg Cæsar

    Perhaps Nelly is an Evangelical.

    • Replies: @Autochthon
    @RVBlake

    I don't think he is a religious man.

    https://youtu.be/GeZZr_p6vB8

  154. @YetAnotherAnon
    @Ripple Earthdevil

    There have been a few such videos in the UK, usually of natives (mostly female) who've suddenly just snapped after who knows how many years of exposure to diversity. I remember one woman who went off (in a British rather than Muslim sense) on a bus and was then remanded in custody over Christmas, despite having a small baby.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    Yep.

    It seems like that late, great Aussie actor, Leo (Rumpole) McKern – or at least a clone of his – has made a rather unexpected and controversial comeback.

  155. @newrouter
    @newrouter

    Take control of the air space; disperse the mob.

    Replies: @Brutusale, @bomag

    I’d go with some Apaches. Elicit a more visceral response.

  156. @International Jew
    @FO337


    it’s...fair to wonder why–constituting a whopping two percent of the American population–the Chosen People along with your particular obsessions must be the central concern of everyone, all the time.
     
    Well, you'll notice that I didn't start this thread, I was responding (as I do) to an ignorant libel of the kind that we see here every day. As for Jack D, I think, like me, he talks about Jews here only in the course of responding to others.

    So what you should really be asking is, why are the Jews a "central concern" of so many nonjews here (including Steve)?

    Replies: @Dan Hayes, @FO337, @Brutusale, @Anon, @notanon

    Even if you’re not interested in Jews, Jews are certainly interested in you.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @Brutusale

    I think you have this backward. The two groups that are most interested in Jews are Jews and anti-Semites. If you ask the average American which of Dennis Miller and Stephen Miller are Jewish, they would shrug their shoulders and tell you that they don't know and don't care, but anti-Semites and Jews are both likely to know. (Anti-Semites also "know" a lot of Jews who aren't Jewish - I don't mean convert descendant/ WASP mixes like the Sulzbergers and Kerry, I mean people who aren't Jewish at all, like Bezos).

    But as for Jews being interested in you, eh, not so much.

    Replies: @Anonym, @Dennis Dale, @International Jew, @YetAnotherAnon, @peterike, @Svigor

  157. @Dennis Dale
    @Thirdtwin

    So which weather-controlling Jew is whipping up Hurricane Willa?

    This reads like an NPC programmed if/then response. If potential antisemitism then invoke conspiracy theory.

    Standing this thing next to the weather only underscores the improbability it's spontaneous.

    Replies: @FO337, @Thirdtwin

    It’s a joke. Don’t be such a crank. I’m not making fun of your conspiracy theories, really.

    • Replies: @Dennis Dale
    @Thirdtwin

    "I was only joking" is such a bitch move.

  158. @Laugh Track
    @Hypnotoad666


    In contrast, there’s never been an agreed upon term for the 2015 event I call Merkel’s Mistake, so a lot of people don’t seem to remember it well.
     
    I thought Steve coined the phrase "Merkel's Boner"... That was pretty memorable.

    Replies: @The Anti-Gnostic

    Not as memorable as “Merkel’s Engorged …” Oh, wait. Wrong forum.

    Here’s the German vixen, posing coquettishly for a selfie with a young bull, I mean, young migrant.

    Va-va voom!

    • Replies: @The Alarmist
    @The Anti-Gnostic

    Yeah, saw him with his buddies hanging out at the local Getränkemarkt the other day.

    , @Joe Schmoe
    @The Anti-Gnostic


    Va-va voom!
     
    vomit
  159. Caravan
    Wetbacks
    Bad breaks
    Setbacks
    Natural
    Facts is
    Aw, honey they don’t use prophy-
    Laxis.

    Make me wanna holler,
    Throw up both my hands.

  160. 2.5 years later Merkel’s Muslim Mob is now Trump’s million man marching mobocracy to our border and maybe into the US. Better now than later. Better this comes to a head right at election time so that both sides get to show their true colors. We might even get The Wall funded after the elections and before the new Congress comes in. Saying that McConnell and Paul Ryan might have to move positively on a 10-25 billion dollar Wall appropriation. Things are really getting bad when you have Congolese, Indians (Asians) and others joining this march.
    The Central American asylum claim scam is going world wide with smart phones being very key. The world wide wretched now know our achilles heel of asylum claims. Communication is essential to all armies and this mob marches with them.

    How do Africans pull this off? It is easy for third worlders to get a visa to fly into Brazil. From there they head North to our border and claim asylum, get turned loose with a meaningless court date, and melt into their respective ethnic communities in America.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Clyde

    If Trump fails this test, that is, 'pulls a Merkel' , then I will eat stewed Economist magazine.

    Apart from a bad case of constipation, if I shall lose, the inevitable resultum of the challenge will most definitely see an infinite increase in editorial quality and integrity.

    , @Anonymous
    @Clyde

    How do supposedly 'wretched and starving refuse' bastards stump up the thousands of dollars necessary to fund these scams and pay off smugglers.

    Put it this way, Mexican smugglers 'don't do credit', and the mere hint of default is enough to trigger 'nutsacks as doorknockers' it not human heads as soccer balls. They don't do messing about.

    Replies: @notanon

    , @Jack D
    @Clyde


    Things are really getting bad when you have Congolese, Indians (Asians) and others joining this march.
     
    Probably 99.9% of the marchers are Central American. The marchers are about as Asian as Elizabeth Warren is Indian. Focusing attention on the handful that are not only makes the other side more credible because it makes you sound racist and delusional. Maybe Central Americans don't seem like as big a civilizational threat as Muslim terrorists but they are - quantity has its own quality.

    Replies: @Jefferson, @Clyde

  161. @International Jew
    @Anonymous

    Well, I'm not an expert on Roman history, but Peter Heather, in The Fall of the Roman Empire doesn't tell it that way.

    Replies: @Polynikes, @CMC

    Mike Duncan from the excellent podcast series “history of the Roman Empire” does. He does it unwittingly though, as he’s just trying to be historically accurate.

    I met him and brought this up to him. He tried to back away from that conclusion as fast as any polite liberal could. I don’t think he had ever drawn the parallel.

    I think mass immigration is at least one of the lessons we can learn from the fall of Rome.

    • Replies: @Benjaminl
    @Polynikes

    Speaking of that podcast series -- I just started listening to it (up to the Punic Wars at this point) and I enjoy it a lot. He writes and tells a very good story.

    Honestly though, I have been surprised at how many people rave about it, since I don't find it to be full of enormously deep insights and interpretations, with the possible exception of military matters. More in the way of "tells a really good story."

    Just curious if I'm missing something. I'm no expert in the subject, so I really don't know.

    Replies: @Polynikes

  162. @Dan Hayes
    @International Jew

    International Jew:

    But Steve (Sailer) may be a jew! But you'll never get an answer from Steve since that's his modus operandi.

    Replies: @El Dato, @Jack D

    Crypto-Jews, they’re everywhere! Crypto-Jews, is there ANYTHING they can’t do?

    • LOL: Dan Hayes
  163. @Clyde
    2.5 years later Merkel’s Muslim Mob is now Trump's million man marching mobocracy to our border and maybe into the US. Better now than later. Better this comes to a head right at election time so that both sides get to show their true colors. We might even get The Wall funded after the elections and before the new Congress comes in. Saying that McConnell and Paul Ryan might have to move positively on a 10-25 billion dollar Wall appropriation. Things are really getting bad when you have Congolese, Indians (Asians) and others joining this march.
    The Central American asylum claim scam is going world wide with smart phones being very key. The world wide wretched now know our achilles heel of asylum claims. Communication is essential to all armies and this mob marches with them.

    How do Africans pull this off? It is easy for third worlders to get a visa to fly into Brazil. From there they head North to our border and claim asylum, get turned loose with a meaningless court date, and melt into their respective ethnic communities in America.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Anonymous, @Jack D

    If Trump fails this test, that is, ‘pulls a Merkel’ , then I will eat stewed Economist magazine.

    Apart from a bad case of constipation, if I shall lose, the inevitable resultum of the challenge will most definitely see an infinite increase in editorial quality and integrity.

  164. @Barnard
    How long ago did it become commonplace for political pundits to call people they have disagreements with "gross?" It sounds like something you would hear on the school playground. Did it start on Twitter?

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Colin Wright, @Red Pill Angel

    “Gross” now represents a feeling-based quasi-moral condemnation completely detached from actual moral judgement. See also “icky.”

  165. @Brutusale
    @International Jew

    Even if you're not interested in Jews, Jews are certainly interested in you.

    Replies: @Jack D

    I think you have this backward. The two groups that are most interested in Jews are Jews and anti-Semites. If you ask the average American which of Dennis Miller and Stephen Miller are Jewish, they would shrug their shoulders and tell you that they don’t know and don’t care, but anti-Semites and Jews are both likely to know. (Anti-Semites also “know” a lot of Jews who aren’t Jewish – I don’t mean convert descendant/ WASP mixes like the Sulzbergers and Kerry, I mean people who aren’t Jewish at all, like Bezos).

    But as for Jews being interested in you, eh, not so much.

    • Agree: Johann Ricke
    • Replies: @Anonym
    @Jack D

    But as for Jews being interested in you, eh, not so much.

    Krugman seems pretty interested in us. The above video is nearly BLS-tier in terms of provoking a response. Elite Jews like Krugman are mostly anti-white though maybe that is changing.

    Btw I thought IJ's statement was fairly innocuous, more of a personal anecdote, both can be right.

    , @Dennis Dale
    @Jack D

    But as for Jews being interested in you, eh, not so much.

    Are you high?

    Replies: @Dennis Dale

    , @International Jew
    @Jack D


    But as for Jews being interested in you, eh, not so much.
     
    I agree with Jack; I'm not interested in you either.
    , @YetAnotherAnon
    @Jack D

    I think we'll all have to agree to disagree on this one.

    (In other news, Faceberg cuts off Whatsapp from Bolsanaro's campaign. l used to think Bolsanaro was a dangerous authoritarian like Sisi of Egypt and Duterte, but Roger Waters says he's like Nigel Farage, so I support him now)

    , @peterike
    @Jack D


    But as for Jews being interested in you, eh, not so much.

     

    Wow. Dude, spend a couple of hours poking around in the blue-check Jew Twitterverse, and then come back and let us all know what you find.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Svigor

    , @Svigor
    @Jack D


    Jack D says:
    October 23, 2018 at 1:35 pm GMT • 100 Words

    • Agree: Johann Ricke
     
    LOL.
  166. Anonymous[742] • Disclaimer says:
    @Clyde
    2.5 years later Merkel’s Muslim Mob is now Trump's million man marching mobocracy to our border and maybe into the US. Better now than later. Better this comes to a head right at election time so that both sides get to show their true colors. We might even get The Wall funded after the elections and before the new Congress comes in. Saying that McConnell and Paul Ryan might have to move positively on a 10-25 billion dollar Wall appropriation. Things are really getting bad when you have Congolese, Indians (Asians) and others joining this march.
    The Central American asylum claim scam is going world wide with smart phones being very key. The world wide wretched now know our achilles heel of asylum claims. Communication is essential to all armies and this mob marches with them.

    How do Africans pull this off? It is easy for third worlders to get a visa to fly into Brazil. From there they head North to our border and claim asylum, get turned loose with a meaningless court date, and melt into their respective ethnic communities in America.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Anonymous, @Jack D

    How do supposedly ‘wretched and starving refuse’ bastards stump up the thousands of dollars necessary to fund these scams and pay off smugglers.

    Put it this way, Mexican smugglers ‘don’t do credit’, and the mere hint of default is enough to trigger ‘nutsacks as doorknockers’ it not human heads as soccer balls. They don’t do messing about.

    • Replies: @notanon
    @Anonymous


    Put it this way, Mexican smugglers ‘don’t do credit’,
     
    sometimes they do and the illegals have to work for them for free to pay it off - basically slavery
  167. White supremacy? Don’t worry, PETA is on it:

    • Replies: @ThreeCranes
    @Buzz Mohawk

    I watched a movie a number of years ago in which the use of "white" was so freighted with "racist" undertones that it was absurd.

    (a white) Granny was serving supper to her (white) kinfolks, all gathered together around the dinner table (covered with a white tablecloth). One would say, "Please pass the white-bread", another would say, "Would anyone like a little more white-cake?" and so on with the emphasis on "white" in every sentence.

    It was so blatantly, stupidly obvious that only a Jew could have come up with it.

  168. @Anonymous
    https://twitter.com/paulkrugman/status/1054011151082758144

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r2wHQ4Bc_88&t=200

    Star of David on truck at 3:03.

    Gotta be Adelson.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Rosie, @Achmed E. Newman, @Svigor, @Russ, @Olorin, @tyrone, @Wade, @Wade

    Why would Sheldon Adelson support this cause. I thought he was just an Israel-firster. I thought fomenting migrant crises situations was more of a Soros thing.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @Wade

    Adelson is a hotel baron. Hotels employ mestizos. The lemon pledge must flow.

  169. @Anon
    Has anyone read The Camp of the Saints? Is it worth reading? I took a brief peek at it once, and it seem like rough going, so I passed.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Paul Yarbles, @Alden

    I read the English translation and I can answer YES. It’s not rough going at all once you get into it. The opening part is actually quite riveting, I thought. There is a dry humor and a sense of outrage that pervades the novel. And the characters are very interesting.

    The Camp of the Saints made me realize that one’s culture is not something that is immune from attack, but something that must be protected. That society is, while not fragile, not indestructible either . That what we have in America is very good and something, therefore, that should not to be subjected to wacky political and social experiments by people who detest America. And it made me understand the importance of demographics. In short, it helped red-pill me.

    To give a taste, here is Raspail describing one of the many destructive intellectuals who populate his novel …

    Boris Vilsberg was no Zorro. Unlike Durfort, who had no doubts as he pondered the world, Vilsberg had doubts about everything in sight. Which made both men very typical of the times, since dogmatic, relentless doubt, these days, has the strength of assertion. From the moment he took up the thinking profession, Vilsberg—a man of vast culture, unmatched curiosity, and a clever, discerning mind—bore his doubts like a cross of redemption. He moved his audiences all the more, as they sensed a kind of personal anguish each time he was forced to give up certain basic ideas that he seemed to hold dear. Much too subtle to deal in such standard clichés as: “We have no choice. … Times change, we have to change with them, no matter how it hurts. … We have to find new modes of thought, more in tune with the times etc., etc.—still, when all was said and done, this sort of thing was precisely what most of his listeners inferred. Many of them saw themselves reflected, especially those who thought they were clever (or wished they were), which, in this day and age,is a rather fair number. In private, Vilsberg complained that he was misunderstood, that he only meant to voice his doubts. Strange type, this man whom no one understood, and who nonetheless persisted in his mind master’s role! Shrewd servant of the monster, prisoner of the sin against the intellect, drugged with his own narcotic doubt, but probably not to blame. Day by day, month by month, doubt by doubt, law and order became fascism; education, constraint; work, alienation; revolution, mere sport; leisure, a privilege of class; marijuana, a harmless weed; family, a stifling hothouse; affluence, oppression; success, a social disease; sex, an innocent pastime; youth, a permanent tribunal; maturity, the new senility; discipline, an attack on personality; Christianity … and the West … and white skin … Boris Vilsberg probed. Boris Vilsberg doubted. For years on end. And heaped at his feet, an ancient country, lying in rubble. Could that be one explanation? …

  170. @FO337
    @International Jew


    You need to get out more, and meet other Jews.
     
    To belabor the point just a bit, it's also fair to wonder why--constituting a whopping two percent of the American population--the Chosen People along with your particular obsessions must be the central concern of everyone, all the time.

    It's not serving the nation well, in case that isn't clear yet. Ultimately you'll discover it didn't even serve you and your obsessions very well. Oh well, I see Jack D is here now so holocaust references can't be far behind. But I repeat: it's not serving you well, and it's not going to get better.

    Replies: @International Jew, @Jack D, @dvorak

    it’s also fair to wonder why–constituting a whopping two percent of the American population–the Chosen People along with your particular obsessions must be the central concern of everyone, all the time.

    That IS a good question. I don’t know why anti-Semites are so obsessed with Jews. I think they serve the same boogeyman role that Rooshians have lately assumed on the Left and witches served in 17th century Salem. The milk in your fridge has gone bad – must be the Joos. 5,000 Central Americans marching toward the border – must be the Joos. If Joos loudly proclaim their Jooishness they should shut up and assimilate. If they assimilate then they should quit trying to hide their Jewishness and come out as the Jews that they really are.

    • Replies: @Jefferson
    @Jack D

    "The milk in your fridge has gone bad – must be the Joos."

    Jared Taylor is that you?

    , @Buzz Mohawk
    @Jack D

    White people should be forgiven for making type I errors.

    "What's Your Type," by Steve Sailer, Taki's Magazine

    , @Trevor H.
    @Jack D

    Always the victim! No matter what you do.

    Disgraceful innit. You are so right.

    Everyone please stop noticing.

    Especially you white people.

    , @Olorin
    @Jack D

    Yeah, I know. Jews really aren't at all interested in making their myths universal or anything like that.

    For the more reality-based among us, I encourage you to look up mandatory holocaust education in the public schools.

    https://www.jpost.com/Diaspora/Catholic-educator-makes-Holocaust-Studies-mandatory-in-Kentucky-schools-547237

    Today 212 organizations are listed in the Association of Holocaust Organizations’ (AHO) Directory. Some of these organizations are national in scope and others are regional. Most, however, are local. Some of these local organizations are part of colleges and niversities, some are part of Jewish communities, and some are independent. All are engaged in Holocaust education and remembrance; a few also engage in research. In addition, survivor and second generation organizations promote remembrance and research as well. International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (www.holocaustremembrance.com, December 2016)
     

    http://www.polin.pl/pl/system/files/attachments/broszura_http_in_u.s._06.pdf

    Compare:

    Country report on holocaust education in task force member countries
    http://archive.is/proiH

    Had anyone forced exposure to the holocaust genre on my 10- and 11-year-olds at school, I would have thrown a rod. This snuff-porn-flavored dystopian fabulation is a deliberate attack on and crime against white children's innocence, sense of security, and faith in their own ancestors, people...and selves.

  171. We should be grateful for the Concerned Billionaires bankrolling this, because in the past a column this size would essentially lay waste to the lands they passed through simply by foraging and meeting daily needs. Mexico would otherwise put a serious end to this if it weren’t for our heroic Billionaires.

  172. @Anonymous
    https://twitter.com/paulkrugman/status/1054011151082758144

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r2wHQ4Bc_88&t=200

    Star of David on truck at 3:03.

    Gotta be Adelson.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Rosie, @Achmed E. Newman, @Svigor, @Russ, @Olorin, @tyrone, @Wade, @Wade

    I didn’t see the star at 3:03. Maybe I’m blind. I did see it perfectly clear though on the right-hand side of the screen painted on to the white cab @ 3:20.

  173. @Clyde
    2.5 years later Merkel’s Muslim Mob is now Trump's million man marching mobocracy to our border and maybe into the US. Better now than later. Better this comes to a head right at election time so that both sides get to show their true colors. We might even get The Wall funded after the elections and before the new Congress comes in. Saying that McConnell and Paul Ryan might have to move positively on a 10-25 billion dollar Wall appropriation. Things are really getting bad when you have Congolese, Indians (Asians) and others joining this march.
    The Central American asylum claim scam is going world wide with smart phones being very key. The world wide wretched now know our achilles heel of asylum claims. Communication is essential to all armies and this mob marches with them.

    How do Africans pull this off? It is easy for third worlders to get a visa to fly into Brazil. From there they head North to our border and claim asylum, get turned loose with a meaningless court date, and melt into their respective ethnic communities in America.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Anonymous, @Jack D

    Things are really getting bad when you have Congolese, Indians (Asians) and others joining this march.

    Probably 99.9% of the marchers are Central American. The marchers are about as Asian as Elizabeth Warren is Indian. Focusing attention on the handful that are not only makes the other side more credible because it makes you sound racist and delusional. Maybe Central Americans don’t seem like as big a civilizational threat as Muslim terrorists but they are – quantity has its own quality.

    • Replies: @Jefferson
    @Jack D

    "The marchers are about as Asian as Elizabeth Warren is Indian"

    Every single caravan Central American has a gazillion times more Amerindian DNA than Elizabeth Warren. The caravan of Central Americans are the real trails of tears.

    , @Clyde
    @Jack D

    You need to look at gateway pundit every day for the top conservative headlines


    Tom Fitton

    @TomFitton
    The caravan turned back at the Honduran border included Haiti, Congo, Sri Lanka, Angola, Cameroon, and Bangladesh: report from @JudicialWatch team...
     
    US is full of illegal Bangladeshis, many getting here by jumping the Mexico border. A Bangladeshi big mouth activist bragged there were 1000,000 just in NYC. This was back in September 2001. Word is out around the world due to smart phones sending back home pics and videos of the good life in America. That Uncle Sam is a soft touch who allows you to scam your way in via bllsht asylum cliams. That cannot be proved or disproved. How can you disprove a Honduran woman's asylum claims of being repeatedly gang raped back home?

    My take is the current invasion march is 95% Central Americans and Mexicans. Lots of South Americans are in there such as Brazilians and Peruvians. Seeing their big chance to bum rush our border, they have joined the marching mob

  174. @The Anti-Gnostic
    @Laugh Track

    Not as memorable as "Merkel's Engorged ..." Oh, wait. Wrong forum.

    Here's the German vixen, posing coquettishly for a selfie with a young bull, I mean, young migrant.

    http://cdn3.spiegel.de/images/image-1093262-860_poster_16x9-lyjt-1093262.jpg

    Va-va voom!

    Replies: @The Alarmist, @Joe Schmoe

    Yeah, saw him with his buddies hanging out at the local Getränkemarkt the other day.

  175. @Anonymous
    Of course, it's pretty damned obvious that this spectacle is a *deliberate, planned, blatant* attempt to replicate the Merkel madness on the American soil - with the intended result of seriously embarrassing Donald Trump.

    The real question is just *who* is behind it all? - a serious case for the CIA, methinks, an organisation which doubtless has Latin America pretty much well 'sewn up'. The only mystery is why a judicious bribe here, a threat there didn't nip this whole travelling circus in the bud. Someone's falling down on the job. I mean, a century ago good ol' Uncle Sam was able to hive off an entire new nation, Panama, just in order to host a canal.

    Anyway, they've picked the wrong guy. Unlike Merkel, Trump is no chump. The redheaded one, as the Irish like to say, sure 'loves a scrap'.

    Replies: @The Alarmist, @Jefferson

    “Anyway, they’ve picked the wrong guy. Unlike Merkel, Trump is no chump. The redheaded one, as the Irish like to say, sure ‘loves a scrap’.”

    Have you been paying attention at all? Trump “scraps” by Tweeting.

    If Trump takes any action at all, it is immediately challenged, and the Trump Administration immediately collapses like a house of cards into a fetal position under the desk, vowing to see its opponents in court.

  176. @El Dato
    @Rosie

    Twitter is an mind-frying device. And it doesn't even upload your soul to a Thought Universe in return.


    Just stop, illegal immigration is at an all time low and more Mexicans are leaving the US than entering.

    These are refugee families fleeing oppression just as your grandparents did.

     

    Demographics are not time-translation invariant.

    Who do you fools think works the agricultural jobs, the roofing and construction jobs, the landscape jobs, the moving jobs? I worked with the Ag. sector my entire career. Real Muricans wouldn’t last two hours at most of these jobs.

     

    "We need more slaves until everyone can be a slave."

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Jefferson, @Alden

    “These are refugee families fleeing oppression just as your grandparents did.”

    Honduras is oppressive? Paul Krugman is comparing Honduras to Nazi Germany.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Jefferson


    Honduras is oppressive? Paul Krugman is comparing Honduras to Nazi Germany.

     

    Big difference-- Germany actually worked.
  177. @Anonymous
    Of course, it's pretty damned obvious that this spectacle is a *deliberate, planned, blatant* attempt to replicate the Merkel madness on the American soil - with the intended result of seriously embarrassing Donald Trump.

    The real question is just *who* is behind it all? - a serious case for the CIA, methinks, an organisation which doubtless has Latin America pretty much well 'sewn up'. The only mystery is why a judicious bribe here, a threat there didn't nip this whole travelling circus in the bud. Someone's falling down on the job. I mean, a century ago good ol' Uncle Sam was able to hive off an entire new nation, Panama, just in order to host a canal.

    Anyway, they've picked the wrong guy. Unlike Merkel, Trump is no chump. The redheaded one, as the Irish like to say, sure 'loves a scrap'.

    Replies: @The Alarmist, @Jefferson

    “Anyway, they’ve picked the wrong guy. Unlike Merkel, Trump is no chump. The redheaded one, as the Irish like to say, sure ‘loves a scrap’.”

    Donald Trump is blond not a ginger.

  178. @istevefan
    @J.Ross


    The Spanish speaking world loves clumsily appropriated multiculti symbolism.
     
    Does that include appropriating an Israeli flag? I've seen this making its rounds on twitter. Maybe there is a simple explanation, such as an Israeli official was visiting this gal on this particular day. But it does seem odd.

    https://twitter.com/99freemind/status/1054100940784103426

    Replies: @C. Van Carter, @J.Ross, @Russ, @RVBlake, @Jack D, @Reg Cæsar

    I’m guessing that this photo is taken completely out of context – that it was taken during a visit by the Israeli ambassador or something. I can totally believe that Soros sponsored NGO’s are assisting with the march (not that this means that it is a Jooish conspiracy) but Netanyahu probably likes Soros even less than you do and Israel has zero interest in sponsoring a central American invasion of the US. Anyway, everyone knows that Joos are the HIDDEN hand behind everything bad. They would never come out and show themselves like this any more than Putin will openly admit that he is stuffing the ballot boxes in Akron.

  179. IMMIGRATION is a GUT issue.

    Go for the frigging gut is my advice to all politicians.

    Brains are nice; hearts are nice; but, GUTS are nicer!

    Nigel Farage used the IMMIGRATION issue to make it clear that England had lost control of its borders and immigration policy to the EU. To regain national sovereignty and to return immigration policy to England required the English to vote to leave the EU.

    The English voted to leave the EU to restore lost sovereignty and to make sure the English were in control of English immigration policy, not the EU.

    Of course, what really happened is that the evil English ruling class had used the subterfuge of EU control over immigration to implement an immigration policy that they preferred anyway. Farage was smart not to frame the issue that way.

    Cotton boy Richard Spencer is smart enough to see that one, so the rest of you should, too.

    Tweet from 2014:

  180. @DuanDiRen
    @J.Ross

    Flashman is easily the greatest series of books I ever read. I am keenly awaiting Fraser's autobiography of WWII, Quartered Safe Out Here, which I have ordered but have received yet.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @stillCARealist

    Quartered Safe Out Here is a good read, but when it’s done you’ll see why the British Empire collapsed so quickly.

  181. @Jack D
    @Clyde


    Things are really getting bad when you have Congolese, Indians (Asians) and others joining this march.
     
    Probably 99.9% of the marchers are Central American. The marchers are about as Asian as Elizabeth Warren is Indian. Focusing attention on the handful that are not only makes the other side more credible because it makes you sound racist and delusional. Maybe Central Americans don't seem like as big a civilizational threat as Muslim terrorists but they are - quantity has its own quality.

    Replies: @Jefferson, @Clyde

    “The marchers are about as Asian as Elizabeth Warren is Indian”

    Every single caravan Central American has a gazillion times more Amerindian DNA than Elizabeth Warren. The caravan of Central Americans are the real trails of tears.

  182. @Svigor
    @Anonymous


    Trump's lies about Soros funding the caravan are a further mainstreaming of an alt-right conspiracy theory: Jewish financiers are scheming to replace you with brown people 1/
     
    Where's the lie, again?

    Replies: @dvorak

    Where’s the lie, again?

    It’s not Jewish financiers, it’s Jews across the political spectrum, of every walk of life, and of every motivation from pure/innocent to genocidal/revenge (revenge for high school and/or the Holocaust). The one thing they all agree on is replacing you with brown people.

    Except for the 51% of married Jewish men who voted for Trump over Hillary. Thanks, married Jewish men! You guys might really have helped Trump win in Michigan (with a 10,000 vote margin of victory and with 80,000 Jewish Michiganders total).

  183. @Jack D
    @FO337


    it’s also fair to wonder why–constituting a whopping two percent of the American population–the Chosen People along with your particular obsessions must be the central concern of everyone, all the time.
     
    That IS a good question. I don't know why anti-Semites are so obsessed with Jews. I think they serve the same boogeyman role that Rooshians have lately assumed on the Left and witches served in 17th century Salem. The milk in your fridge has gone bad - must be the Joos. 5,000 Central Americans marching toward the border - must be the Joos. If Joos loudly proclaim their Jooishness they should shut up and assimilate. If they assimilate then they should quit trying to hide their Jewishness and come out as the Jews that they really are.

    Replies: @Jefferson, @Buzz Mohawk, @Trevor H., @Olorin

    “The milk in your fridge has gone bad – must be the Joos.”

    Jared Taylor is that you?

  184. @Thirdtwin
    So which weather-controlling Jew is whipping up Hurricane Willa?

    Replies: @Dennis Dale, @Svigor, @songbird

    I thought it was the same Halliburton hurricane machine that Bush used to devastate New Orleans and sweep it of its blacks.

  185. @FO337
    @International Jew


    You need to get out more, and meet other Jews.
     
    To belabor the point just a bit, it's also fair to wonder why--constituting a whopping two percent of the American population--the Chosen People along with your particular obsessions must be the central concern of everyone, all the time.

    It's not serving the nation well, in case that isn't clear yet. Ultimately you'll discover it didn't even serve you and your obsessions very well. Oh well, I see Jack D is here now so holocaust references can't be far behind. But I repeat: it's not serving you well, and it's not going to get better.

    Replies: @International Jew, @Jack D, @dvorak

    To belabor the point just a bit, it’s also fair to wonder why–constituting a whopping two percent of the American population–the Chosen People along with your particular obsessions must be the central concern of everyone, all the time.

    This tra-la-la viewpoint assumes we live in a free country .. I mean it’s free-ish, but it’s also Orwellian. Judging from the rest of the Anglosphere, it’s this close to tipping to an illiberal surveillance state. “Oi, yewwot? Speaking against Islam! Get over ‘ere.”

    Per Moldbug, an Orwellian government is one that cares what you think. Any government that cares what you think will care enough to make sure damn sure that you think the right things. (Did you think USG is interested in instruction from you, the voting public, or the yeoman citizen?)

    iSteve’s Narrative has state power behind it. A lot of power behind many push points, mainly nominally private. Thus our strong interest in the elite and mass media and its Jewish owners and employees (journalists, writers, producers).

  186. Eagle Eye says:
    @Jefferson
    @Nathan

    "What?? How can any sane white male still be a Democrat"

    Hillary Clinton won 31% of the White male vote.

    Replies: @Eagle Eye, @Charles Erwin Wilson

    Hillary Clinton won 31% of the White male vote.

    This may be true (although there was clearly MASSIVE vote fraud perpetrated by the SEIU throughout the U.S.).

    However, the question was about the proportion of SANE White males who voted for Hillary. This must have been far less, certainly below 15% (self-interested public employees, defense contractor staff, etc.)

  187. @Charles Erwin Wilson

    In contrast, there’s never been an agreed upon term for the 2015 event I call Merkel’s Mistake, so a lot of people don’t seem to remember it well.
     
    You named it Merkel's Boner. No one could forget that (even if we want to).

    Replies: @slumber_j, @Sam Malone

    You named it Merkel’s Boner.

    Not to put too fine a point on it, but strictly speaking that was me…

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/germany-says-oops/#comment-1134585

    • Replies: @Clyde
    @slumber_j

    You might have slid in first with Merkel's Boner, but I was in there very early too without seeing your contribution. Liking that old baseball reference, I heard when young. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Merkle%27s_Boner

    Replies: @slumber_j

    , @Charles Erwin Wilson
    @slumber_j

    I am terribly sorry. Let me revise and extend my remarks:

    slumber_j named it Merkel's Boner,

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/germany-says-oops/#comment-1134585

    and you popularized it. Now we cannot forget it, even if we want to.

    Replies: @slumber_j

    , @Steve Sailer
    @slumber_j

    Thanks.

  188. @Clyde
    I just took a quick 15 minute walk for some fresh air and came up with a great plan to stop this invasion of Indians and semi-Indians from Central America.

    1- Trump gets a list of 2000 standup lawyers from the Federalist society.
    2- They get deputized as temporary immigration court judges, pay is per diem coming out to 250,000 per year. They are sent to the courts in Texas, Arizona and California.
    3- All of those marchers who get onto US soil get their asylum cases instantly adjudicated with 99% denied.
    4- There are ships in Houston harbor waiting to take them back to their Central American nations
    5-Women and children go home on their own ships
    6- All males go back on their own ship that will be equipped with shackles to eliminate rioting. There will be plenty of our military on board to keep things peaceful.
    7- When the ship gets them back to Honduras, Guatemala etc. everyone including children gets a check or cash for 1000-2000 dollars to ease the sting. Those who misbehave don't get paid.
    8- You only get paid once. If we have to ship you back again there is no payment at the end.

    Replies: @JayD

    1- Trump gets a list of 2000 standup lawyers from the Federalist society.
    2- They get deputized as temporary immigration court judges, pay is per diem coming out to 250,000 per year. They are sent to the courts in Texas, Arizona and California.
    3- All of those marchers who get onto US soil get their asylum cases instantly adjudicated with 99% denied.
    4- There are ships in Houston harbor waiting to take them back to their Central American nations
    5-Women and children go home on their own ships
    6- All males go back on their own ship that will be equipped with shackles to eliminate rioting. There will be plenty of our military on board to keep things peaceful.
    7- When the ship gets them back to Honduras, Guatemala etc. everyone including children gets a check or cash for 1000-2000 dollars to ease the sting. Those who misbehave don’t get paid.
    8- You only get paid once. If we have to ship you back again there is no payment at the end.

    I like your plan up to number 4. In addition to ships we have 2 or 3 big military personnel aircraft. We know some are from Africa, but nobody has papers and it racist to assume national origin based on appearance. So we select a few hundred at random to board the planes for some African country that will grant them citizenship for a few thousand dollars.

    We make sure the video of those people disembarking in Africa is seen by everyone in Latin America. We make it well known that this is the new deportation policy. Most get deported back to wherever they say home is. But if we catch you twice or suspect you are lying, it's off to Africa.

    Also, no money at the end. We just blew our budget on African citizenship papers for these jokers.

    • Replies: @JayD
    @JayD

    We probably only have to do that two or three times before the immigration problem solves itself.

    , @Hippopotamusdrome
    @JayD



    So we select a few hundred at random to board the planes for some African country that will grant them citizenship for a few thousand dollars.

     

    I have an idea. We divide them each into pairs. The pair will engage in a bidding contest or auction. The highest bidder goes home less his bid. Loser goes to Africa or India or something.
    , @Anonymous
    @JayD


    So we select a few hundred at random to board the planes for some African country that will grant them citizenship for a few thousand dollars.
     
    "a few thousand dollars" for a sh-thole passport? That's INSANE.

    Make it $150 a head, $400 for a family. Mali, Mauritania, Burkina Faso and others will jump at the chance.
  189. @JayD
    @Clyde


    1- Trump gets a list of 2000 standup lawyers from the Federalist society.
    2- They get deputized as temporary immigration court judges, pay is per diem coming out to 250,000 per year. They are sent to the courts in Texas, Arizona and California.
    3- All of those marchers who get onto US soil get their asylum cases instantly adjudicated with 99% denied.
    4- There are ships in Houston harbor waiting to take them back to their Central American nations
    5-Women and children go home on their own ships
    6- All males go back on their own ship that will be equipped with shackles to eliminate rioting. There will be plenty of our military on board to keep things peaceful.
    7- When the ship gets them back to Honduras, Guatemala etc. everyone including children gets a check or cash for 1000-2000 dollars to ease the sting. Those who misbehave don’t get paid.
    8- You only get paid once. If we have to ship you back again there is no payment at the end.
     
    I like your plan up to number 4. In addition to ships we have 2 or 3 big military personnel aircraft. We know some are from Africa, but nobody has papers and it racist to assume national origin based on appearance. So we select a few hundred at random to board the planes for some African country that will grant them citizenship for a few thousand dollars.

    We make sure the video of those people disembarking in Africa is seen by everyone in Latin America. We make it well known that this is the new deportation policy. Most get deported back to wherever they say home is. But if we catch you twice or suspect you are lying, it's off to Africa.

    Also, no money at the end. We just blew our budget on African citizenship papers for these jokers.

    Replies: @JayD, @Hippopotamusdrome, @Anonymous

    We probably only have to do that two or three times before the immigration problem solves itself.

  190. @International Jew
    @FO337


    it’s...fair to wonder why–constituting a whopping two percent of the American population–the Chosen People along with your particular obsessions must be the central concern of everyone, all the time.
     
    Well, you'll notice that I didn't start this thread, I was responding (as I do) to an ignorant libel of the kind that we see here every day. As for Jack D, I think, like me, he talks about Jews here only in the course of responding to others.

    So what you should really be asking is, why are the Jews a "central concern" of so many nonjews here (including Steve)?

    Replies: @Dan Hayes, @FO337, @Brutusale, @Anon, @notanon

  191. @Precious
    My favorite part of this march to re-elect Trump is where I play Where's Waldo except that I am not looking for Waldo. I am looking for Tiny Duck, because I just know he has to be waddling around in that crowd somewhere.

    Replies: @MBlanc46, @fish

    Look low….Tiny will be the one giving blowjobs to tired and stressed out caravaners!

    • Replies: @Charles Erwin Wilson
    @fish

    fish - where have you been? Since you have been absent, I have had to rely on Charles Pewitt for my belly laughs. But, thankfully, you have returned to double the levity!

  192. The word “caravan” is being made to carry a lot of weight in triggering that New York writer’s memory, versus the pictures we’ve seen. A word is worth a thousand words, I guess.

  193. @Jack D
    @FO337


    it’s also fair to wonder why–constituting a whopping two percent of the American population–the Chosen People along with your particular obsessions must be the central concern of everyone, all the time.
     
    That IS a good question. I don't know why anti-Semites are so obsessed with Jews. I think they serve the same boogeyman role that Rooshians have lately assumed on the Left and witches served in 17th century Salem. The milk in your fridge has gone bad - must be the Joos. 5,000 Central Americans marching toward the border - must be the Joos. If Joos loudly proclaim their Jooishness they should shut up and assimilate. If they assimilate then they should quit trying to hide their Jewishness and come out as the Jews that they really are.

    Replies: @Jefferson, @Buzz Mohawk, @Trevor H., @Olorin

  194. So are invading South American Indians not good for the Jews? I’m confused.

  195. @newrouter
    @newrouter

    Take control of the air space; disperse the mob.

    Replies: @Brutusale, @bomag

    Take control of the air space

    Maybe time to “disrupt” the supply trucks.

    Nothing like 10,000 hungry and thirsty looters rampaging across Mexico to send a message.

  196. “The million man Meso-American marching mob”
    Let this one through and we will get more of them. More border anarchy. American leftists, Hispanic activists, and Washington DC Democrats are encouraging these mass invasions of third worlders as a way of taking down Trump’s reliability and popularity numbers. Remember that Trump made his big entry into the Presidential race by criticizing illegal immigration and saying nasty things about some of the people Mexico was sending us. Not sending us “their best people”.

    This is how the left makes Trump look like a clown. Impotent. A powerless, bumbling buffoon. To make Donald Trump’s base stay home and not vote. As in, “Why bother. It doesn’t do any good anyway”.

  197. @slumber_j
    @Charles Erwin Wilson


    You named it Merkel’s Boner.
     
    Not to put too fine a point on it, but strictly speaking that was me...

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/germany-says-oops/#comment-1134585

    Replies: @Clyde, @Charles Erwin Wilson, @Steve Sailer

    You might have slid in first with Merkel’s Boner, but I was in there very early too without seeing your contribution. Liking that old baseball reference, I heard when young. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Merkle%27s_Boner

    • Replies: @slumber_j
    @Clyde

    Fair enough. There's more than enough glory to go around!

    Replies: @Clyde

  198. @Nathan
    "few surviving sane white male Democrats"

    What?? How can any sane white male still be a Democrat?

    Replies: @Dennis Dale, @Jefferson, @notanon

    live in an all-white area and believe the TV

    (although given it’s all a lie you could say believing the TV’s version of reality is a form of insanity)

  199. @TheBoom
    Krugman and every Jew I have ever met are all convinced that evangelicals are rabid anti Semites who want to start gassing Jews at the first opportunity. In reality, evangelicals are the most fanatically pro Jew group (outside of Jews) on the planet unlike all these third worlders with whom Jews are flooding white countries.

    http://www.pewforum.org/2017/02/15/americans-express-increasingly-warm-feelings-toward-religious-groups/

    Replies: @BigDickNick, @Anon, @Anonymous, @International Jew, @notanon

    if someone is insanely paranoid then people who act friendly are pretending and ergo the most dangerous

  200. @Jack D
    @Clyde


    Things are really getting bad when you have Congolese, Indians (Asians) and others joining this march.
     
    Probably 99.9% of the marchers are Central American. The marchers are about as Asian as Elizabeth Warren is Indian. Focusing attention on the handful that are not only makes the other side more credible because it makes you sound racist and delusional. Maybe Central Americans don't seem like as big a civilizational threat as Muslim terrorists but they are - quantity has its own quality.

    Replies: @Jefferson, @Clyde

    You need to look at gateway pundit every day for the top conservative headlines

    Tom Fitton

    @TomFitton
    The caravan turned back at the Honduran border included Haiti, Congo, Sri Lanka, Angola, Cameroon, and Bangladesh: report from @JudicialWatch team…

    US is full of illegal Bangladeshis, many getting here by jumping the Mexico border. A Bangladeshi big mouth activist bragged there were 1000,000 just in NYC. This was back in September 2001. Word is out around the world due to smart phones sending back home pics and videos of the good life in America. That Uncle Sam is a soft touch who allows you to scam your way in via bllsht asylum cliams. That cannot be proved or disproved. How can you disprove a Honduran woman’s asylum claims of being repeatedly gang raped back home?

    My take is the current invasion march is 95% Central Americans and Mexicans. Lots of South Americans are in there such as Brazilians and Peruvians. Seeing their big chance to bum rush our border, they have joined the marching mob

  201. @Daniel Williams
    @Reg Cæsar

    You think the people in this caravan are coming here to work?

    Replies: @notanon, @Reg Cæsar

    some of them – even if it’s just to top up their welfare checks

  202. @Colin Wright
    @PiltdownMan

    '...…unless they are bused up north...'

    Looking at the map, I wonder if they actually walked across Guatemala?

    Maybe they just debus for the photo-ops. Who is organizing this?

    Replies: @CrunchybutRealistCon, @notanon

    NGOs organise the buses

  203. @International Jew
    @FO337


    it’s...fair to wonder why–constituting a whopping two percent of the American population–the Chosen People along with your particular obsessions must be the central concern of everyone, all the time.
     
    Well, you'll notice that I didn't start this thread, I was responding (as I do) to an ignorant libel of the kind that we see here every day. As for Jack D, I think, like me, he talks about Jews here only in the course of responding to others.

    So what you should really be asking is, why are the Jews a "central concern" of so many nonjews here (including Steve)?

    Replies: @Dan Hayes, @FO337, @Brutusale, @Anon, @notanon

    why are the Jews a “central concern” of so many nonjews here (including Steve)?

    1) the media is quite openly engaged in a genocidal culture war against white america

    2) the media is disproportionately jewish

    now there’s more than one possible explanation for this but once people have noticed then denying it simply inflames.

  204. @CrunchybutRealistCon
    @Colin Wright

    Once the convoy gets beyond 1000, the thought of bus logistics get wacky. Assuming 65 per bus (packed), who is going to charter more than 15 buses?
    Where would they find a bus fleet to carry 5000 or 10,000 people over 1000 miles including rest stops, food etc?
    It could only be pulled off by someone with assistance from local goverments in MX who might commandeer bus fleets from municipalities.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @notanon

    don’t forget the open borders NGOs

    Where would they find a bus fleet to carry 5000 or 10,000 people over 1000 miles including rest stops, food etc?

    for ease of numbers say 50 passengers per truck, take them 25 miles up the road to the next stop then come back for another 50 – say an hour or so’s driving per 50 over say 10 hours a day that’s 500 people taken 25 miles a day they’d need 10-20 trucks.

    the media won’t be showing it of course but i bet there’s a small fleet of NGO hired trucks doing this hence the short hops.

  205. @Polynikes
    @International Jew

    Mike Duncan from the excellent podcast series "history of the Roman Empire" does. He does it unwittingly though, as he's just trying to be historically accurate.

    I met him and brought this up to him. He tried to back away from that conclusion as fast as any polite liberal could. I don't think he had ever drawn the parallel.

    I think mass immigration is at least one of the lessons we can learn from the fall of Rome.

    Replies: @Benjaminl

    Speaking of that podcast series — I just started listening to it (up to the Punic Wars at this point) and I enjoy it a lot. He writes and tells a very good story.

    Honestly though, I have been surprised at how many people rave about it, since I don’t find it to be full of enormously deep insights and interpretations, with the possible exception of military matters. More in the way of “tells a really good story.”

    Just curious if I’m missing something. I’m no expert in the subject, so I really don’t know.

    • Replies: @Polynikes
    @Benjaminl

    No. I think that's it. He just did the monumental task of telling the narrative from start to finish. Never gets real deep out forces conclusions on you.

  206. @slumber_j
    @Charles Erwin Wilson


    You named it Merkel’s Boner.
     
    Not to put too fine a point on it, but strictly speaking that was me...

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/germany-says-oops/#comment-1134585

    Replies: @Clyde, @Charles Erwin Wilson, @Steve Sailer

    I am terribly sorry. Let me revise and extend my remarks:

    slumber_j named it Merkel’s Boner,

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/germany-says-oops/#comment-1134585

    and you popularized it. Now we cannot forget it, even if we want to.

    • Replies: @slumber_j
    @Charles Erwin Wilson

    Okay, thanks for the clarification. Now I'll apologize and we can just move on.

    I'm sorry for Merkel's Boner.

    Replies: @Charles Erwin Wilson

  207. @Patrick in SC
    We all know what's coming:

    There will be no mass rushing of the border.

    The caravan will sort of disperse into refugee/squatter camps not too far from the US - Mexican border.

    The leftist media will run a few sob stories about lack of clean drinking water and baby formula, etc. just to keep things at a low boil.

    A small number of these people will turn back, some will be apprehended at the border, a decent-sized plurality will slip into the U.S. where the media will run a few sob stories about separated families and the conservative press will express frustration at the Trump Administration for the lack of a wall and letting them slip in in the first place.

    Replies: @Joe Schmoe

    The leftist media will run a few sob stories about lack of clean drinking water and baby formula, etc. just to keep things at a low boil.

    What in the world? Have these women no breasts? Baby formula is for rich women with careers and nannies, not poor women living a hand to mouth existence with the baby on their back.

  208. Thomas Edsall Has Stated The Obvious:

    The Democrat Party Is Attacking And Bashing WHITE CORE AMERICANS

    Thomas Edsall says what the other hacks at the New York Times won’t:

    The Democrats Have Abandoned White Core American Voters

    Tweets from 2014:

  209. @Jack D
    @Brutusale

    I think you have this backward. The two groups that are most interested in Jews are Jews and anti-Semites. If you ask the average American which of Dennis Miller and Stephen Miller are Jewish, they would shrug their shoulders and tell you that they don't know and don't care, but anti-Semites and Jews are both likely to know. (Anti-Semites also "know" a lot of Jews who aren't Jewish - I don't mean convert descendant/ WASP mixes like the Sulzbergers and Kerry, I mean people who aren't Jewish at all, like Bezos).

    But as for Jews being interested in you, eh, not so much.

    Replies: @Anonym, @Dennis Dale, @International Jew, @YetAnotherAnon, @peterike, @Svigor

    But as for Jews being interested in you, eh, not so much.

    Krugman seems pretty interested in us. The above video is nearly BLS-tier in terms of provoking a response. Elite Jews like Krugman are mostly anti-white though maybe that is changing.

    Btw I thought IJ’s statement was fairly innocuous, more of a personal anecdote, both can be right.

  210. I wrote this in 2013 about Obamacare and Medicare and Thomas Edsall:

    U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen’s Obamacare scheme is immoral and irresponsible. Shaheen is currently conspiring with Pres. Obama to steal Medicare funds.

    Thomas B. Edsall, writing at the NY Times, brilliantly and succinctly distills the chatter about Obamacare down to its political essence. Edsall writes, “Over 10 years, according to the Congressional Budget Office, the Affordable Care Act cuts $455 billion from the Medicare budget in order to help pay for Obamacare.”

    Let me put it into peppery populist translation: Shaheen and Obama will violently grab Medicare from your grandmother so they can funnel it to Iraqi refugee terrorists.

    ABC News is reporting that the FBI is now conducting operations targeting the Shaheen-led flooding of the U.S. with unvetted potential-terrorist refugees.

    Jeanne Shaheen, along with the treasonous Sen. John Mccain, has been pushing hard to allow hundreds of thousands of Iraqi refugees to flood into the U.S. Two of Shaheen’s Iraqi refugees were found to be AL QAEDA operatives who killed U.S. troops in Iraq. Why has Shaheen not been removed from office for treasonous misconduct?

    The refugee Boston bombing was bad enough. Shaheen now has introduced a national security threat which brings not just two murderous islamic terrorists, but a whole network of Iraqi refugee islamic killers.

    Shaheen has brought a hundred thousand Iraqi refugees into the U.S. Shaheen wants to flood New Hampshire with tens of thousands of Iraqi refugee potential terrorists. Shaheen is immoral, irresponsible, and treasonous.

    https://patch.com/new-hampshire/concord-nh/shaheens-obamacare-swindlesteal-from-medicare

    Edsall Quote from NY Times:

    https://www.nytimes.com/2013/11/20/opinion/edsall-the-obamacare-crisis.html

  211. @Tipsy
    Caravan. Too Neutral. How about: Welfare hoard?

    Replies: @Tipsy

    Horde not hoard. Duh. Although benefit hoarding hordes is possible too.

  212. True or not?
    This Gateway Pundit headline today >>>> Illegal Aliens Chant “Si Se Puede!” as Caravan of Invaders Swells to 14,000
    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/10/illegal-aliens-chant-si-se-puede-as-caravan-of-invaders-swells-to-14000/

  213. No, dude, it was an argument, in the form of a lame joke.

  214. @Jack D
    @Brutusale

    I think you have this backward. The two groups that are most interested in Jews are Jews and anti-Semites. If you ask the average American which of Dennis Miller and Stephen Miller are Jewish, they would shrug their shoulders and tell you that they don't know and don't care, but anti-Semites and Jews are both likely to know. (Anti-Semites also "know" a lot of Jews who aren't Jewish - I don't mean convert descendant/ WASP mixes like the Sulzbergers and Kerry, I mean people who aren't Jewish at all, like Bezos).

    But as for Jews being interested in you, eh, not so much.

    Replies: @Anonym, @Dennis Dale, @International Jew, @YetAnotherAnon, @peterike, @Svigor

    But as for Jews being interested in you, eh, not so much.

    Are you high?

    • Replies: @Dennis Dale
    @Dennis Dale

    Let's have a look at, just for a start, "whiteness studies".

  215. @Jack D
    @Brutusale

    I think you have this backward. The two groups that are most interested in Jews are Jews and anti-Semites. If you ask the average American which of Dennis Miller and Stephen Miller are Jewish, they would shrug their shoulders and tell you that they don't know and don't care, but anti-Semites and Jews are both likely to know. (Anti-Semites also "know" a lot of Jews who aren't Jewish - I don't mean convert descendant/ WASP mixes like the Sulzbergers and Kerry, I mean people who aren't Jewish at all, like Bezos).

    But as for Jews being interested in you, eh, not so much.

    Replies: @Anonym, @Dennis Dale, @International Jew, @YetAnotherAnon, @peterike, @Svigor

    But as for Jews being interested in you, eh, not so much.

    I agree with Jack; I’m not interested in you either.

  216. @FO337
    @International Jew


    So what you should really be asking
     
    Ha! Good one. You should write for the MSM.

    Your response, in a nutshell: Deflection. I repeat: it’s not serving you well, and it’s not going to get better.

    Replies: @International Jew

    That’s not deflection. I’m just giving you a reality check. You’re like the people who think the #1 threat to black lives is white cops, and I’m the guy telling you the #1 threat is other blacks.

    If the USA is ripping itself apart (a point I think we can agree on) it’s mostly nonjewish whites doing it. You already showed what you’re capable of, in the Civil War.

    • Agree: Desiderius
    • Replies: @FO337
    @International Jew


    That’s not deflection. I’m just giving you a reality check. You’re like the people who think...
     
    It's a textbook instance of deflection. You're (repeatedly) saying: Don't look at that, look at this! Don't ask that, ask this! Don't think that, think this! And you like to think we fall for it.

    You call yourself "International Jew" while lambasting anyone who dares to point out your Anti-American tribalism, and don't even see the irony. And the "non-jewish whites" whom you so readily disparage are to a great extent doing exactly that the "jewish whites" have influenced them to do through their wholesale ownership of the mass media, corporations, educational institutions, even important arms of the government.

    You and Jack D* continuously police every single one of iSteve's comment threads for the slightest hint of apostasy, ever-vigilant for the crime of noticing, because even this small, obscure corner of the internet must not remain a safe place for white people who dare to speak their truth. Because no place should be safe for that, right?

    Once in a great while, one of us calls you out on it. Sorry if that burns a little.

    ________________________
    * And Art Deco, kaganovitch, Moshe, Gabriel M, biz, Meretricious (one of them), Dr. X, Ghost of Bull Moose, njguy73, Lot ("1/2, depending on the day"), Johann Ricke, and on and on....I've lost count and especially lost interest.

    , @Svigor
    @International Jew

    Kind of a garbage statement; might as well say Jews showed what they're capable of in... do I really need to cite the list?

  217. @Jack D
    @Brutusale

    I think you have this backward. The two groups that are most interested in Jews are Jews and anti-Semites. If you ask the average American which of Dennis Miller and Stephen Miller are Jewish, they would shrug their shoulders and tell you that they don't know and don't care, but anti-Semites and Jews are both likely to know. (Anti-Semites also "know" a lot of Jews who aren't Jewish - I don't mean convert descendant/ WASP mixes like the Sulzbergers and Kerry, I mean people who aren't Jewish at all, like Bezos).

    But as for Jews being interested in you, eh, not so much.

    Replies: @Anonym, @Dennis Dale, @International Jew, @YetAnotherAnon, @peterike, @Svigor

    I think we’ll all have to agree to disagree on this one.

    (In other news, Faceberg cuts off Whatsapp from Bolsanaro’s campaign. l used to think Bolsanaro was a dangerous authoritarian like Sisi of Egypt and Duterte, but Roger Waters says he’s like Nigel Farage, so I support him now)

  218. @Rosie
    Oh my goodness...

    "We’re not supposed to use that word,’” Trump continued. “You know what I am? I’m a nationalist. OK? I’m a nationalist.” As the crowd in Houston, Trump continued: “Use that word.”THE FIRE RISEShttps://t.co/2Zgarm51Yr— McFeels (@JMcfeels) October 23, 2018
     

    Replies: @Flip

    “Extremism in the defense of liberty is no vice.”

    -Barry Goldwater

  219. @newrouter
    What would be fun would be to send some f-16's(latest version) flying low over the marchers at mach 1.5. Send Mexico and the marchers a message.

    Replies: @newrouter, @Random Smartaleck

    What would be fun would be to send some f-16′s(latest version) flying low over the marchers at mach 1.5. Send Mexico and the marchers a message.

    A-10s would be more threatening.

  220. @Buzz Mohawk
    White supremacy? Don't worry, PETA is on it:

    https://twitter.com/peta/status/847832116322639872

    Replies: @ThreeCranes

    I watched a movie a number of years ago in which the use of “white” was so freighted with “racist” undertones that it was absurd.

    (a white) Granny was serving supper to her (white) kinfolks, all gathered together around the dinner table (covered with a white tablecloth). One would say, “Please pass the white-bread”, another would say, “Would anyone like a little more white-cake?” and so on with the emphasis on “white” in every sentence.

    It was so blatantly, stupidly obvious that only a Jew could have come up with it.

  221. @Thirdtwin
    @Dennis Dale

    It's a joke. Don't be such a crank. I'm not making fun of your conspiracy theories, really.

    Replies: @Dennis Dale

    “I was only joking” is such a bitch move.

  222. @Jack D
    @FO337


    it’s also fair to wonder why–constituting a whopping two percent of the American population–the Chosen People along with your particular obsessions must be the central concern of everyone, all the time.
     
    That IS a good question. I don't know why anti-Semites are so obsessed with Jews. I think they serve the same boogeyman role that Rooshians have lately assumed on the Left and witches served in 17th century Salem. The milk in your fridge has gone bad - must be the Joos. 5,000 Central Americans marching toward the border - must be the Joos. If Joos loudly proclaim their Jooishness they should shut up and assimilate. If they assimilate then they should quit trying to hide their Jewishness and come out as the Jews that they really are.

    Replies: @Jefferson, @Buzz Mohawk, @Trevor H., @Olorin

    Always the victim! No matter what you do.

    Disgraceful innit. You are so right.

    Everyone please stop noticing.

    Especially you white people.

  223. @Dennis Dale
    @Jack D

    But as for Jews being interested in you, eh, not so much.

    Are you high?

    Replies: @Dennis Dale

    Let’s have a look at, just for a start, “whiteness studies”.

  224. @JayD
    @Clyde


    1- Trump gets a list of 2000 standup lawyers from the Federalist society.
    2- They get deputized as temporary immigration court judges, pay is per diem coming out to 250,000 per year. They are sent to the courts in Texas, Arizona and California.
    3- All of those marchers who get onto US soil get their asylum cases instantly adjudicated with 99% denied.
    4- There are ships in Houston harbor waiting to take them back to their Central American nations
    5-Women and children go home on their own ships
    6- All males go back on their own ship that will be equipped with shackles to eliminate rioting. There will be plenty of our military on board to keep things peaceful.
    7- When the ship gets them back to Honduras, Guatemala etc. everyone including children gets a check or cash for 1000-2000 dollars to ease the sting. Those who misbehave don’t get paid.
    8- You only get paid once. If we have to ship you back again there is no payment at the end.
     
    I like your plan up to number 4. In addition to ships we have 2 or 3 big military personnel aircraft. We know some are from Africa, but nobody has papers and it racist to assume national origin based on appearance. So we select a few hundred at random to board the planes for some African country that will grant them citizenship for a few thousand dollars.

    We make sure the video of those people disembarking in Africa is seen by everyone in Latin America. We make it well known that this is the new deportation policy. Most get deported back to wherever they say home is. But if we catch you twice or suspect you are lying, it's off to Africa.

    Also, no money at the end. We just blew our budget on African citizenship papers for these jokers.

    Replies: @JayD, @Hippopotamusdrome, @Anonymous

    So we select a few hundred at random to board the planes for some African country that will grant them citizenship for a few thousand dollars.

    I have an idea. We divide them each into pairs. The pair will engage in a bidding contest or auction. The highest bidder goes home less his bid. Loser goes to Africa or India or something.

  225. @Jack D
    @Brutusale

    I think you have this backward. The two groups that are most interested in Jews are Jews and anti-Semites. If you ask the average American which of Dennis Miller and Stephen Miller are Jewish, they would shrug their shoulders and tell you that they don't know and don't care, but anti-Semites and Jews are both likely to know. (Anti-Semites also "know" a lot of Jews who aren't Jewish - I don't mean convert descendant/ WASP mixes like the Sulzbergers and Kerry, I mean people who aren't Jewish at all, like Bezos).

    But as for Jews being interested in you, eh, not so much.

    Replies: @Anonym, @Dennis Dale, @International Jew, @YetAnotherAnon, @peterike, @Svigor

    But as for Jews being interested in you, eh, not so much.

    Wow. Dude, spend a couple of hours poking around in the blue-check Jew Twitterverse, and then come back and let us all know what you find.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @peterike

    When the Jews are this screamingly wrong, (1) it means you won, and (2) it means there is no point in trying to get them to see that. They see it perfectly well, that's why they're being silly. We should try to cooperate as much as possible on points of existing overlap and not try to win them over on each point.

    , @Svigor
    @peterike

    Who ya gonna believe, goy? Me, or yer lyin' eyes?

  226. @J.Ross
    Is Krugman actually a deep cover saboteur? Nothing burns away willingness to bury the hatchet with the Tribe like Isra'Aid, a gang of young Israeli operatives who leave the country with the most restrictive immigration and asylum standards on Earth to aggressively destabilize other nations. How is Krugman always perfectly backwards?
    ----
    >the right's favorite racist novel
    Would have to be old Flashie, especially the first one, where he is not only a racist but a rapist! Imagine, having a protagonist who is not a didactic moral model for the reader to emulate, but a foil for historically accurate and truly admirable heroes (like the soldier who restrains Harry from attacking one of his victims, simultaneously pitying Harry as he has recently been tortured).
    Attempting to dismiss Raspail like this is laughable. The events of that novel have largely already come to pass beyond any dispute. Bringing it up is spreading the word.

    Replies: @DuanDiRen, @the one they call Desanex

    The great Frazetta did a couple of Flashman book covers in the seventies, this one for Flashman at the Charge:

    I like naked girls and all, but I think Frazetta did horses even better than he did girls.

    • Replies: @Alden
    @the one they call Desanex

    Read all the Flashman books loved them

    , @Jim Don Bob
    @the one they call Desanex

    +10 on the Flashman books.

    I'd like to see someone like Mel Gibson do some Flashman movies. He'd make a fortune.

  227. @J.Ross
    @istevefan

    Israel gives tons of money to weak, tiny countries, to be able to have more than just our vote at the UN. Israel does as a nation the same bizarre lopsided outreach gestures offerred by serial killers who want to seem "human." What I want is organizational and/or personal names (like Isra'Aid) and concrete placement.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dMWqMRfAlLE

    Replies: @the one they call Desanex

    I like the song, thanks for this. I thought La Tigresa was Charo at first.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @the one they call Desanex

    YOU HAVE THE HASBARA NOW. ARE YOU ENCOURAGED? LIFE TO ISRAEL! LIFE TO AMERICA!
    From your reply I must assume you missed Delfin Quishpe's magnum opus:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NecoBo0BhEk
    AI YI YIIII!!

  228. @Anonymous
    @Clyde

    How do supposedly 'wretched and starving refuse' bastards stump up the thousands of dollars necessary to fund these scams and pay off smugglers.

    Put it this way, Mexican smugglers 'don't do credit', and the mere hint of default is enough to trigger 'nutsacks as doorknockers' it not human heads as soccer balls. They don't do messing about.

    Replies: @notanon

    Put it this way, Mexican smugglers ‘don’t do credit’,

    sometimes they do and the illegals have to work for them for free to pay it off – basically slavery

  229. • Replies: @Dennis Dale
    @eah

    I see a great meme here

  230. OT

    Good thing there’s Obamacare.

  231. Anon[425] • Disclaimer says:

    Three things that are most important to a people are Land, Women, and Narrative.

    Land secures their existence and survival. Women produce future patriots and defenders. And Narrative connects those in the present with heroes and martyrs of the past, thus filling hearts and minds with pride and determination.

    But PC says white lands don’t belong to whites. They belong to all the world and to migrant-invaders. PC says white women don’t belong to white men. If anything, white women should reject ‘white patriarch racists’ and have their white wombs be colonized by black seed and produce black babies(who effectively kill white-babies-that-could-have-been in the nest). And PC says white Narrative is ‘racist’ and must be destroyed. Knock down white statues and infect white minds with the Narrative of White Evil and White Guilt. Strike one, strike two, strike three. You’re out. This is how a people lose and how a civilization ends.

    • Agree: Liza
  232. The solution is very easy, Trump must declare that the caravan will not be allowed to enter USA,
    in any way, so they will have to stay in Mexico or return to Honduras. Trump is crying looking for help from Mexico, as if USA was a a defenseless nation that can not seal the border. If migrants try to enter by force the Army can send them back, if they apply for asylum, USA has the right to deny the asylum “sorry we can not give you asylum”m ask for it in Mexico because Mexico is closer to Honduras. The laws for asylum say they have to appply for asylum in the nearest country, not wherever they want. If I live in France and I ask for asylum in Dubai they will tell me – “go to Spain or Germany, not here”. Mexico has to obey the international law and grant them asylum, if they dont want, then USA must also say “Not here”. Trump also can tell Mexico that if they dont give asylum to the Hondurians he will not sign the trade agreement and he can do many other things, so Meico would lose a lot of money. Asylum seekers can not choose the place they want to go. If they can, then all Central America and South America can apply for asylum in Beverly Hill or Dubai. If USA grants asylum to these migrants, them USA is the worse idiot in the world.

  233. @Hypnotoad666

    In contrast, there’s never been an agreed upon term for the 2015 event I call Merkel’s Mistake, so a lot of people don’t seem to remember it well.
     
    The Merkel Migration?

    The Islamic Inundation?

    The Foreign Flood?

    The Alien Invasion?

    This long after the fact, you may also need to add "The 2015 . . . " As in, "The 2015 Merkel Migration." It's a challenge because any mentally sticky phrase needs to be alliterative, pithy and clever all at the same time.

    For example, the phrase "Jobs not Mobs" as a Republican midterm election slogan was recently born on some message boards, fine tuned by Scott Adams, and was then picked up and used by Trump himself. It now seems to be getting some traction.

    Replies: @Laugh Track, @SunBakedSuburb, @anon

    Being a bit of a conspiracy nut I don’t see “Merkel’s Mistake” as a mistake. Frau Merkel was merely enacting phase one of the browning of Western Civilization. Since the injection of brown and black bodies into Europe was successful, phase two, North America, has been initiated.

  234. @International Jew
    @FO337

    That's not deflection. I'm just giving you a reality check. You're like the people who think the #1 threat to black lives is white cops, and I'm the guy telling you the #1 threat is other blacks.

    If the USA is ripping itself apart (a point I think we can agree on) it's mostly nonjewish whites doing it. You already showed what you're capable of, in the Civil War.

    Replies: @FO337, @Svigor

    That’s not deflection. I’m just giving you a reality check. You’re like the people who think…

    It’s a textbook instance of deflection. You’re (repeatedly) saying: Don’t look at that, look at this! Don’t ask that, ask this! Don’t think that, think this! And you like to think we fall for it.

    You call yourself “International Jew” while lambasting anyone who dares to point out your Anti-American tribalism, and don’t even see the irony. And the “non-jewish whites” whom you so readily disparage are to a great extent doing exactly that the “jewish whites” have influenced them to do through their wholesale ownership of the mass media, corporations, educational institutions, even important arms of the government.

    You and Jack D* continuously police every single one of iSteve’s comment threads for the slightest hint of apostasy, ever-vigilant for the crime of noticing, because even this small, obscure corner of the internet must not remain a safe place for white people who dare to speak their truth. Because no place should be safe for that, right?

    Once in a great while, one of us calls you out on it. Sorry if that burns a little.

    ________________________
    * And Art Deco, kaganovitch, Moshe, Gabriel M, biz, Meretricious (one of them), Dr. X, Ghost of Bull Moose, njguy73, Lot (“1/2, depending on the day”), Johann Ricke, and on and on….I’ve lost count and especially lost interest.

  235. @the one they call Desanex
    @J.Ross

    I like the song, thanks for this. I thought La Tigresa was Charo at first.

    Replies: @J.Ross

    YOU HAVE THE HASBARA NOW. ARE YOU ENCOURAGED? LIFE TO ISRAEL! LIFE TO AMERICA!
    From your reply I must assume you missed Delfin Quishpe’s magnum opus:

    AI YI YIIII!!

  236. @eah
    How nationalism works:

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DqOF-0YV4AEuLmA.jpg

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DqOF-0aUUAA_wOg.jpg

    Replies: @Dennis Dale

    I see a great meme here

  237. @peterike
    @Jack D


    But as for Jews being interested in you, eh, not so much.

     

    Wow. Dude, spend a couple of hours poking around in the blue-check Jew Twitterverse, and then come back and let us all know what you find.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Svigor

    When the Jews are this screamingly wrong, (1) it means you won, and (2) it means there is no point in trying to get them to see that. They see it perfectly well, that’s why they’re being silly. We should try to cooperate as much as possible on points of existing overlap and not try to win them over on each point.

  238. @Wade
    @Anonymous

    Why would Sheldon Adelson support this cause. I thought he was just an Israel-firster. I thought fomenting migrant crises situations was more of a Soros thing.

    Replies: @J.Ross

    Adelson is a hotel baron. Hotels employ mestizos. The lemon pledge must flow.

  239. @Charles Erwin Wilson
    @slumber_j

    I am terribly sorry. Let me revise and extend my remarks:

    slumber_j named it Merkel's Boner,

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/germany-says-oops/#comment-1134585

    and you popularized it. Now we cannot forget it, even if we want to.

    Replies: @slumber_j

    Okay, thanks for the clarification. Now I’ll apologize and we can just move on.

    I’m sorry for Merkel’s Boner.

    • Replies: @Charles Erwin Wilson
    @slumber_j


    I’m sorry for Merkel’s Boner.
     
    Now if we could just get Merkel to be sorry! Pipe dreams - distractions, but such lovely thoughts.
  240. @Clyde
    @slumber_j

    You might have slid in first with Merkel's Boner, but I was in there very early too without seeing your contribution. Liking that old baseball reference, I heard when young. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Merkle%27s_Boner

    Replies: @slumber_j

    Fair enough. There’s more than enough glory to go around!

    • Replies: @Clyde
    @slumber_j

    OK! This commentariat is not a zero sum game (bad grammar) I am just about positive I referred to Merkle's Boner before Steve mentioned.

  241. @J.Ross
    @istevefan

    There's a good nonfiction book by a liberal anthropologist that I neglected to put in the above list. The guy tries to make the standard apologetics work but admits that a lot of these people are bad people They are selfish and prone to addiction, with little thought given to planning or morality. They are, in other words, peasants who never mentally left the middle ages, whose aspiration in life is getting drunk, and who wonder that their lord does such an uneven job of taking care of them.
    I'm not remembering the title or the author, and searching is not turning anything up. I think this was featured in Vdare about five years ago.

    Replies: @J.Ross

    FOLLOW UP
    It wasn’t V-Dare, it was AmRen. The author is David Stoll and the book is El Norte Or Bust. It specifically focuses on microcredit.
    The hardcover is ninety dollars on Amazon and it’s not on Library Genesis! We’ve seen this before, like the WWI brainwashing research texts that are tens of thousands of dollars, or E. Michael Jones’ out-of-print book on destroying white ethnic communities in cities with minority inflows. Maybe I can get it through a municipal library …

    • Replies: @Alden
    @J.Ross

    If all else fails the Library of Congress probably has it if it was published in this country

    They’ll copy the pages and send them . You can put them in a binder.

    , @Clyde
    @J.Ross

    Available via worldcat via your local library
    search>>>>>> El Norte or Bust!: How Migration Fever worldcat

    And at Amazon for 20 dollars plus some shipping

    Replies: @J.Ross

    , @Alden
    @J.Ross

    7,000 people I wonder about the sanitation issues.

  242. Anonymous [AKA "EpictetusJr"] says:

    For once, an article has appeared on this site which doesn’t concern Jews. This one. It’s about ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION, folks. Period. No need to bring Jews into it, fer cryin’ out loud.

    Now, for my relevant two cents, I have to ask the question no one else is asking: WHY DON’T THESE MIGRANTS SETTLE IN MEXICO? After all, they share a Spanish heritage and could easily be assimilated.

    So why do they want to come to USA?

    Answer: FREE STUFF! We’re flashing a neon sign saying: “Come to USA, world. Free cradle-to grave welfare!”

    Mexico won’t give ’em a single peso; they don’t want the migrants, and by allowing them to march through its land to get to USA shows quite plainly that Mexico is not our true ally. Trump should punish Mexico severely if it allows the caravan to reach the USA border. If he doesn’t ultimately stop it, he’s finished.

  243. @Anon
    Has anyone read The Camp of the Saints? Is it worth reading? I took a brief peek at it once, and it seem like rough going, so I passed.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Paul Yarbles, @Alden

    Buy it read it give it as Christmas gifts. I bought 140 copies and donated them to the public and college libraries.

    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob
    @Alden

    http://www.jrbooksonline.com/PDFs/Camp_of_the_Saints.pdf

  244. @El Dato
    @Rosie

    Twitter is an mind-frying device. And it doesn't even upload your soul to a Thought Universe in return.


    Just stop, illegal immigration is at an all time low and more Mexicans are leaving the US than entering.

    These are refugee families fleeing oppression just as your grandparents did.

     

    Demographics are not time-translation invariant.

    Who do you fools think works the agricultural jobs, the roofing and construction jobs, the landscape jobs, the moving jobs? I worked with the Ag. sector my entire career. Real Muricans wouldn’t last two hours at most of these jobs.

     

    "We need more slaves until everyone can be a slave."

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Jefferson, @Alden

    Ah yes, the Ellis Island grandparents who fled the Tzar and his Cossacks. Ellis Island only closed last year and the Cossacks are still mowing down the wretched refuse of E Europe.

  245. @J.Ross
    @J.Ross

    FOLLOW UP
    It wasn't V-Dare, it was AmRen. The author is David Stoll and the book is El Norte Or Bust. It specifically focuses on microcredit.
    The hardcover is ninety dollars on Amazon and it's not on Library Genesis! We've seen this before, like the WWI brainwashing research texts that are tens of thousands of dollars, or E. Michael Jones' out-of-print book on destroying white ethnic communities in cities with minority inflows. Maybe I can get it through a municipal library ...

    Replies: @Alden, @Clyde, @Alden

    If all else fails the Library of Congress probably has it if it was published in this country

    They’ll copy the pages and send them . You can put them in a binder.

  246. @the one they call Desanex
    @J.Ross

    The great Frazetta did a couple of Flashman book covers in the seventies, this one for Flashman at the Charge:
    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-Llq7kcTTvig/Ty2l4s7vkwI/AAAAAAAAAn0/x0JSOxnVvjA/s640/flash2.jpg
    I like naked girls and all, but I think Frazetta did horses even better than he did girls.

    Replies: @Alden, @Jim Don Bob

    Read all the Flashman books loved them

  247. @slumber_j
    @Clyde

    Fair enough. There's more than enough glory to go around!

    Replies: @Clyde

    OK! This commentariat is not a zero sum game (bad grammar) I am just about positive I referred to Merkle’s Boner before Steve mentioned.

  248. @the one they call Desanex
    @J.Ross

    The great Frazetta did a couple of Flashman book covers in the seventies, this one for Flashman at the Charge:
    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-Llq7kcTTvig/Ty2l4s7vkwI/AAAAAAAAAn0/x0JSOxnVvjA/s640/flash2.jpg
    I like naked girls and all, but I think Frazetta did horses even better than he did girls.

    Replies: @Alden, @Jim Don Bob

    +10 on the Flashman books.

    I’d like to see someone like Mel Gibson do some Flashman movies. He’d make a fortune.

  249. @CrunchybutRealistCon
    @PiltdownMan

    The border is more easily defended at most Texas crossings due to the Rio Grande, bridges, or daunting geography like at Big Bend National Park. Not that the Rio Grande is deep but that the easy access points are over bridges which could be barricaded in emergency. There are decent fortifications either side of the bridges on the north bank of the river. A concentrated mass incursion would more likely happen where fencing or barriers are run down. Probably Cal or south of Tuscon.

    Replies: @Alden

    The California Farmers and Ranchers Association probably has charter buses waiting at the Calexico and Tecate crossings. It’s planting time for next spring’s lettuce and vegetables and picking the last of the apples and pears.

  250. @J.Ross
    @J.Ross

    FOLLOW UP
    It wasn't V-Dare, it was AmRen. The author is David Stoll and the book is El Norte Or Bust. It specifically focuses on microcredit.
    The hardcover is ninety dollars on Amazon and it's not on Library Genesis! We've seen this before, like the WWI brainwashing research texts that are tens of thousands of dollars, or E. Michael Jones' out-of-print book on destroying white ethnic communities in cities with minority inflows. Maybe I can get it through a municipal library ...

    Replies: @Alden, @Clyde, @Alden

    Available via worldcat via your local library
    search>>>>>> El Norte or Bust!: How Migration Fever worldcat

    And at Amazon for 20 dollars plus some shipping

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @Clyde

    I see what you are talking about, thanks.

  251. @J.Ross
    @J.Ross

    FOLLOW UP
    It wasn't V-Dare, it was AmRen. The author is David Stoll and the book is El Norte Or Bust. It specifically focuses on microcredit.
    The hardcover is ninety dollars on Amazon and it's not on Library Genesis! We've seen this before, like the WWI brainwashing research texts that are tens of thousands of dollars, or E. Michael Jones' out-of-print book on destroying white ethnic communities in cities with minority inflows. Maybe I can get it through a municipal library ...

    Replies: @Alden, @Clyde, @Alden

    7,000 people I wonder about the sanitation issues.

  252. @slumber_j
    @Charles Erwin Wilson


    You named it Merkel’s Boner.
     
    Not to put too fine a point on it, but strictly speaking that was me...

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/germany-says-oops/#comment-1134585

    Replies: @Clyde, @Charles Erwin Wilson, @Steve Sailer

    Thanks.

  253. @Alden
    @Anon

    Buy it read it give it as Christmas gifts. I bought 140 copies and donated them to the public and college libraries.

    Replies: @Jim Don Bob

  254. @Hypnotoad666

    In contrast, there’s never been an agreed upon term for the 2015 event I call Merkel’s Mistake, so a lot of people don’t seem to remember it well.
     
    The Merkel Migration?

    The Islamic Inundation?

    The Foreign Flood?

    The Alien Invasion?

    This long after the fact, you may also need to add "The 2015 . . . " As in, "The 2015 Merkel Migration." It's a challenge because any mentally sticky phrase needs to be alliterative, pithy and clever all at the same time.

    For example, the phrase "Jobs not Mobs" as a Republican midterm election slogan was recently born on some message boards, fine tuned by Scott Adams, and was then picked up and used by Trump himself. It now seems to be getting some traction.

    Replies: @Laugh Track, @SunBakedSuburb, @anon

    Steve’s Merkel’s Boner was perfect. Fred Merkle’s 1908 baserunning mistake is part of baseball lore. Sadly, however, whereas a boner was a blunder in 1908, nowadays people would only wonder why Steve is talking about Angela Merkel’s erect penis.

    A blundering erect penis is a totally different thing.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @anon

    Over time, terms change, making one generation's perfectly innocent phrase outside the pale of polite conversation in the next.

    But it's doubtful that John Trubee's masterpiece would be not recognized for what it is in any time.
    Trubee was a prankster who, when he came across ads for what we now call "song shark" services, set out to write a "song" so bad that it would be rejected by the song sharks.

    As bad as it was, Trubee's masterpiece was dutifully recorded by a professional jingle singer named Ramsey Kearney and has entered the lore of bad songs for all time.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7vFFewvHwEY

  255. @International Jew
    @FO337

    That's not deflection. I'm just giving you a reality check. You're like the people who think the #1 threat to black lives is white cops, and I'm the guy telling you the #1 threat is other blacks.

    If the USA is ripping itself apart (a point I think we can agree on) it's mostly nonjewish whites doing it. You already showed what you're capable of, in the Civil War.

    Replies: @FO337, @Svigor

    Kind of a garbage statement; might as well say Jews showed what they’re capable of in… do I really need to cite the list?

  256. @Jack D
    @Brutusale

    I think you have this backward. The two groups that are most interested in Jews are Jews and anti-Semites. If you ask the average American which of Dennis Miller and Stephen Miller are Jewish, they would shrug their shoulders and tell you that they don't know and don't care, but anti-Semites and Jews are both likely to know. (Anti-Semites also "know" a lot of Jews who aren't Jewish - I don't mean convert descendant/ WASP mixes like the Sulzbergers and Kerry, I mean people who aren't Jewish at all, like Bezos).

    But as for Jews being interested in you, eh, not so much.

    Replies: @Anonym, @Dennis Dale, @International Jew, @YetAnotherAnon, @peterike, @Svigor

    Jack D says:
    October 23, 2018 at 1:35 pm GMT • 100 Words

    • Agree: Johann Ricke

    LOL.

  257. @peterike
    @Jack D


    But as for Jews being interested in you, eh, not so much.

     

    Wow. Dude, spend a couple of hours poking around in the blue-check Jew Twitterverse, and then come back and let us all know what you find.

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Svigor

    Who ya gonna believe, goy? Me, or yer lyin’ eyes?

  258. @Clyde
    @J.Ross

    Available via worldcat via your local library
    search>>>>>> El Norte or Bust!: How Migration Fever worldcat

    And at Amazon for 20 dollars plus some shipping

    Replies: @J.Ross

    I see what you are talking about, thanks.

  259. @stillCARealist
    @International Jew

    I haven't met many Jews, but they've all been extremely liberal and mouthy. Where are the right-wing ones? I do have one friend with a Jewish background who's conservative, but he's converted to Christianity. I assume that doesn't count.

    When my sister was in law school I hung around some of her classmates and was shocked at the profanely righteous indignation they could conjure up at a moment's notice about whatever lefty cause was on the table. The most virulent was a Jewish woman with a weight problem. It left an impression on me.

    Replies: @Anon

    Where are the right-wing ones?

    Not in CA?

    Maybe try Long Island or Toms River, NJ.

  260. @Jack D
    @FO337


    it’s also fair to wonder why–constituting a whopping two percent of the American population–the Chosen People along with your particular obsessions must be the central concern of everyone, all the time.
     
    That IS a good question. I don't know why anti-Semites are so obsessed with Jews. I think they serve the same boogeyman role that Rooshians have lately assumed on the Left and witches served in 17th century Salem. The milk in your fridge has gone bad - must be the Joos. 5,000 Central Americans marching toward the border - must be the Joos. If Joos loudly proclaim their Jooishness they should shut up and assimilate. If they assimilate then they should quit trying to hide their Jewishness and come out as the Jews that they really are.

    Replies: @Jefferson, @Buzz Mohawk, @Trevor H., @Olorin

    Yeah, I know. Jews really aren’t at all interested in making their myths universal or anything like that.

    For the more reality-based among us, I encourage you to look up mandatory holocaust education in the public schools.

    https://www.jpost.com/Diaspora/Catholic-educator-makes-Holocaust-Studies-mandatory-in-Kentucky-schools-547237

    Today 212 organizations are listed in the Association of Holocaust Organizations’ (AHO) Directory. Some of these organizations are national in scope and others are regional. Most, however, are local. Some of these local organizations are part of colleges and niversities, some are part of Jewish communities, and some are independent. All are engaged in Holocaust education and remembrance; a few also engage in research. In addition, survivor and second generation organizations promote remembrance and research as well. International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (www.holocaustremembrance.com, December 2016)

    http://www.polin.pl/pl/system/files/attachments/broszura_http_in_u.s._06.pdf

    Compare:

    Country report on holocaust education in task force member countries
    http://archive.is/proiH

    Had anyone forced exposure to the holocaust genre on my 10- and 11-year-olds at school, I would have thrown a rod. This snuff-porn-flavored dystopian fabulation is a deliberate attack on and crime against white children’s innocence, sense of security, and faith in their own ancestors, people…and selves.

  261. @International Jew
    @Anonymous

    Well, I'm not an expert on Roman history, but Peter Heather, in The Fall of the Roman Empire doesn't tell it that way.

    Replies: @Polynikes, @CMC

    No, that’s pretty much the way Heather tells it. What did you get from his book?

  262. @istevefan
    @J.Ross


    The Spanish speaking world loves clumsily appropriated multiculti symbolism.
     
    Does that include appropriating an Israeli flag? I've seen this making its rounds on twitter. Maybe there is a simple explanation, such as an Israeli official was visiting this gal on this particular day. But it does seem odd.

    https://twitter.com/99freemind/status/1054100940784103426

    Replies: @C. Van Carter, @J.Ross, @Russ, @RVBlake, @Jack D, @Reg Cæsar

    Isn’t Honduras among the few countries that recognize Taiwan? Pariahs have to stick together.

    Honduras had a white-Honduras immigration policy forty years ago. Do they still?

  263. https://twitter.com/Black_Pilled/status/1053671343940464650

    Whites are targeted as the New Palestinians.

  264. @Daniel Williams
    @Reg Cæsar

    You think the people in this caravan are coming here to work?

    Replies: @notanon, @Reg Cæsar

    You think the people in this caravan are coming here to work?

    They’re coming here to eat. Really, to overeat.

    But they’ll have to pay rent. So they’ll be working, and lowering wages, no matter what.

  265. @El Dato
    @Dan Hayes

    What if everyone has a Judean Mode and becomes Jew for minutes at a time during the day.

    That would be hand-wringing.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    What if everyone has a Judean Mode and becomes Jew for minutes at a time during the day.

    That would be hand-wringing

    Fifteen minutes, perhaps? That would be the Warholocaust.

  266. @Jefferson
    @El Dato

    "These are refugee families fleeing oppression just as your grandparents did."

    Honduras is oppressive? Paul Krugman is comparing Honduras to Nazi Germany.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    Honduras is oppressive? Paul Krugman is comparing Honduras to Nazi Germany.

    Big difference– Germany actually worked.

  267. What if every state, or even some, built walls, with controlled access? What if caravans like this, were then shipped to San Francisco…nevermind the costs and havoc on California (well deserved), but if they were essentially not free to simple roam the various lands of America in search of the best welfare, work, or public housing. What if each state actually had control of it’s own borders and you had to have an ID to move in between them? This nonsense would end. None of the people pushing for this have to live with this, or have their children go to school with this. And we know sending them to SF won’t matter, because while some may stay, they are free to “migrate” again, between states, and they will and do. There’s MS-13 in Long Island, and Somalians in Minnesota (in that case, they went direct).

    It’s insane. The states need to take back their own borders.

  268. @Anonymous
    @El Dato

    One question I'd like to see definitively answered is what happened to the thought processes of the American decision-makers in between the demise of say, television manufacturing in the 1980's, and today.

    It's well before my time, but as far as I know, when Japanese and Korean TV-manufacturers took over the American market, there was no demand from the self-appointed cognoscenti to re-engineer the demographics of the USA by importing millions of Japanese and Koreans, with their innate, impossible-to-teach TV-making skills, so that there could still be TV-factories in the USA. People decided that for a variety of reasons, the economics of TV-manufacturing meant that it no longer made sense to make them in the USA, and they moved on. As far as I know, the same thing happened with cotton T-shirts.

    But in 2018, the smartest among us seem unable to grasp the idea that it may no longer make economic sense to grow fruit in the US. Instead, the US has to be transformed into something unrecognizable to prevent those fruit-picking jobs from fleeing abroad. It's like destroying the village to save the village. If Real Muricans don't actually do any of those jobs, then it's no big loss if they disappear anyway, unless you stretch the idea of Real American to include any Homo Sapiens who happens to occupy space in the United States of America, regardless of whether or not they have any legal right to be there.

    After all, what other jobs do those fruit-picking jobs support? Roofing, construction and moving jobs that supposedly aren't done by Real Muricans? Bilingual Spanish-speaking teacher's aid? Spanish-speaking university diversity dean? Spanish-speaking fry cook?

    Of course if those jobs were to disappear south of the border, the farmers(and I use that term loosely) owning those fruit orchards(many of whom are probably members of the Republican Party) might find themselves in a bit of a pickle. They would find themselves owning tracts of land that no one wants to use for their original purpose. They could try selling that land to developers, though perhaps with less diversity, there might be less demand for new housing, especially among Anglos who now feel less pressure to escape said diversity. Maybe those farmers can learn to code. I hear that's a thing.

    It might also be worth exploring the psychological warfare that is the "Jobs [insert nationality] just won't do" meme. If an actual American is willing to pick crops/hang drywall/nail shingles, then does that make him less American than his cousin the accountant? It sure seems to be the case. What effect does that have on the willingness of low-skilled Americans to do these j0bs if they know that even if they do bust their ass outside all day, the people who really run the country will view them with just as much contempt as if they stay home and do nothing?

    Mind you, the unspoken implication for most of these jobs is that the Americans who won't do these jobs are white, a corollary of which is that white Americans don't like to exert themselves outdoors. This is a peculiar idea when you consider that it's whites who tend to gravitate towards the outdoors when it comes to leisure activities such as hunting, fishing, running, hiking, camping etc., to the point where there have been calls to diversify these pastimes.

    *All the the preceding also ignores that esoteric concept of increasing pay until people are willing to do the work. I believe it was Recep Erodgan(or one of his associates) who said of democracy that "It's like a bus. You ride it until you get where you want to go, and then you get off".

    For the businessmen who rely on imported labor(for which they generally do not pay the full cost), the free market is just such a bus. They ride it until they want to get off, generally at the stop marked "Pay Your Workers More".

    Replies: @Iberiano

    What pisses me off is when people (outsiders almost always) “tell the American story” about how “Americans just won’t do those jobs”, as if somehow picking fruit and building homes was not done for hundreds of years, before the invasion of our nation. As if somehow, roughnecks who were descendants of the original Scots-Irish in the American South and Seaboard did not migrate to Oklahoma, and onward to Bakersfield and all over the West, doing all the shitty jobs.

    As if somehow, good, decent paying jobs for respectable black Americans weren’t done, working in the service industry. There was no shame in being a busboy, a pullman, nanny, or housekeeper at a motel. All these jobs were done before by black and white Americans, with some limited work for Chinese, Hispanics (and Portuguese in construction), some fishing jobs by Vietnamese, etc. etc. etc.

    Liberals did a great psy op by pretending all these jobs were bad for Americans, because muh education, education, education–and “everyone needs to go to college”, while simultaneously telling Americans that those ‘low end jobs’ were for precious Central Americans and Mexicans–now shaming us, ret-con style for not actively doing them the past couple of decades. “Who wants to work out in the hot sun all day?” they ask…I dunno, the same blacks and Scots-Irish that did it for decades? The Cajuns that fish and get your seafood all day in the hot sun in the Gulf? The white men that drive the trucks all around the country?

    Then they have the nerve, after essentially forcing Americans to accept the “everyone has to go to college” to charge outlandish amounts, get white kids into serious, lifelong, debt, for crappy jobs at Starbucks and TGIF, while telling them for four year$ that “capitalism is racist, bad, the past” etc. The same profs making 100k a year in some low rent states.

    It’s an unbelievable gas-lighting operation carried out on the American psyche.

    • Replies: @Charles Erwin Wilson
    @Iberiano

    Agree.

  269. Anonymous[311] • Disclaimer says:
    @JayD
    @Clyde


    1- Trump gets a list of 2000 standup lawyers from the Federalist society.
    2- They get deputized as temporary immigration court judges, pay is per diem coming out to 250,000 per year. They are sent to the courts in Texas, Arizona and California.
    3- All of those marchers who get onto US soil get their asylum cases instantly adjudicated with 99% denied.
    4- There are ships in Houston harbor waiting to take them back to their Central American nations
    5-Women and children go home on their own ships
    6- All males go back on their own ship that will be equipped with shackles to eliminate rioting. There will be plenty of our military on board to keep things peaceful.
    7- When the ship gets them back to Honduras, Guatemala etc. everyone including children gets a check or cash for 1000-2000 dollars to ease the sting. Those who misbehave don’t get paid.
    8- You only get paid once. If we have to ship you back again there is no payment at the end.
     
    I like your plan up to number 4. In addition to ships we have 2 or 3 big military personnel aircraft. We know some are from Africa, but nobody has papers and it racist to assume national origin based on appearance. So we select a few hundred at random to board the planes for some African country that will grant them citizenship for a few thousand dollars.

    We make sure the video of those people disembarking in Africa is seen by everyone in Latin America. We make it well known that this is the new deportation policy. Most get deported back to wherever they say home is. But if we catch you twice or suspect you are lying, it's off to Africa.

    Also, no money at the end. We just blew our budget on African citizenship papers for these jokers.

    Replies: @JayD, @Hippopotamusdrome, @Anonymous

    So we select a few hundred at random to board the planes for some African country that will grant them citizenship for a few thousand dollars.

    “a few thousand dollars” for a sh-thole passport? That’s INSANE.

    Make it $150 a head, $400 for a family. Mali, Mauritania, Burkina Faso and others will jump at the chance.

  270. Anonymous[427] • Disclaimer says:
    @anon
    @Hypnotoad666

    Steve's Merkel's Boner was perfect. Fred Merkle's 1908 baserunning mistake is part of baseball lore. Sadly, however, whereas a boner was a blunder in 1908, nowadays people would only wonder why Steve is talking about Angela Merkel's erect penis.

    A blundering erect penis is a totally different thing.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    Over time, terms change, making one generation’s perfectly innocent phrase outside the pale of polite conversation in the next.

    But it’s doubtful that John Trubee’s masterpiece would be not recognized for what it is in any time.
    Trubee was a prankster who, when he came across ads for what we now call “song shark” services, set out to write a “song” so bad that it would be rejected by the song sharks.

    As bad as it was, Trubee’s masterpiece was dutifully recorded by a professional jingle singer named Ramsey Kearney and has entered the lore of bad songs for all time.

  271. @Charles Erwin Wilson

    In contrast, there’s never been an agreed upon term for the 2015 event I call Merkel’s Mistake, so a lot of people don’t seem to remember it well.
     
    You named it Merkel's Boner. No one could forget that (even if we want to).

    Replies: @slumber_j, @Sam Malone

    You named it Merkel’s Boner. No one could forget that (even if we want to).

    Seriously.

  272. @Benjaminl
    @Polynikes

    Speaking of that podcast series -- I just started listening to it (up to the Punic Wars at this point) and I enjoy it a lot. He writes and tells a very good story.

    Honestly though, I have been surprised at how many people rave about it, since I don't find it to be full of enormously deep insights and interpretations, with the possible exception of military matters. More in the way of "tells a really good story."

    Just curious if I'm missing something. I'm no expert in the subject, so I really don't know.

    Replies: @Polynikes

    No. I think that’s it. He just did the monumental task of telling the narrative from start to finish. Never gets real deep out forces conclusions on you.

  273. @El Dato

    Partisan politics aside, this whole meme involving a possible military response to refugees besieging the United States reminded me of something … and it finally hit me
     
    Man's getting senile. Since when does making obvious associations take more than 250ms?

    Replies: @Craig Nelsen

    I think he was signalling his Goodthink. Gosh, what was that book I read a long time ago and haven’t thought about since because it was so obviously Badthink I just immediately and instinctively dismissed it.

  274. @The Anti-Gnostic
    @Laugh Track

    Not as memorable as "Merkel's Engorged ..." Oh, wait. Wrong forum.

    Here's the German vixen, posing coquettishly for a selfie with a young bull, I mean, young migrant.

    http://cdn3.spiegel.de/images/image-1093262-860_poster_16x9-lyjt-1093262.jpg

    Va-va voom!

    Replies: @The Alarmist, @Joe Schmoe

    Va-va voom!

    vomit

  275. @Jefferson
    @Nathan

    "What?? How can any sane white male still be a Democrat"

    Hillary Clinton won 31% of the White male vote.

    Replies: @Eagle Eye, @Charles Erwin Wilson

    “What?? How can any sane white male still be a Democrat”

    Hillary Clinton won 31% of the White male vote.

    So, what is your point? You are surprised by a 31% cucksucker percentage? I too am surprised – but because it is not higher.

    • Replies: @Jefferson
    @Charles Erwin Wilson

    "So, what is your point? You are surprised by a 31% cucksucker percentage? I too am surprised – but because it is not higher."

    The percentage of White males who voted for Hillary Clinton is still higher than the percentage of Hispanics who voted for Donald Trump.

  276. @slumber_j
    @Charles Erwin Wilson

    Okay, thanks for the clarification. Now I'll apologize and we can just move on.

    I'm sorry for Merkel's Boner.

    Replies: @Charles Erwin Wilson

    I’m sorry for Merkel’s Boner.

    Now if we could just get Merkel to be sorry! Pipe dreams – distractions, but such lovely thoughts.

  277. @fish
    @Precious

    Look low....Tiny will be the one giving blowjobs to tired and stressed out caravaners!

    Replies: @Charles Erwin Wilson

    fish – where have you been? Since you have been absent, I have had to rely on Charles Pewitt for my belly laughs. But, thankfully, you have returned to double the levity!

  278. @Iberiano
    @Anonymous

    What pisses me off is when people (outsiders almost always) "tell the American story" about how "Americans just won't do those jobs", as if somehow picking fruit and building homes was not done for hundreds of years, before the invasion of our nation. As if somehow, roughnecks who were descendants of the original Scots-Irish in the American South and Seaboard did not migrate to Oklahoma, and onward to Bakersfield and all over the West, doing all the shitty jobs.

    As if somehow, good, decent paying jobs for respectable black Americans weren't done, working in the service industry. There was no shame in being a busboy, a pullman, nanny, or housekeeper at a motel. All these jobs were done before by black and white Americans, with some limited work for Chinese, Hispanics (and Portuguese in construction), some fishing jobs by Vietnamese, etc. etc. etc.

    Liberals did a great psy op by pretending all these jobs were bad for Americans, because muh education, education, education--and "everyone needs to go to college", while simultaneously telling Americans that those 'low end jobs' were for precious Central Americans and Mexicans--now shaming us, ret-con style for not actively doing them the past couple of decades. "Who wants to work out in the hot sun all day?" they ask...I dunno, the same blacks and Scots-Irish that did it for decades? The Cajuns that fish and get your seafood all day in the hot sun in the Gulf? The white men that drive the trucks all around the country?

    Then they have the nerve, after essentially forcing Americans to accept the "everyone has to go to college" to charge outlandish amounts, get white kids into serious, lifelong, debt, for crappy jobs at Starbucks and TGIF, while telling them for four year$ that "capitalism is racist, bad, the past" etc. The same profs making 100k a year in some low rent states.

    It's an unbelievable gas-lighting operation carried out on the American psyche.

    Replies: @Charles Erwin Wilson

    Agree.

  279. @Anonymous
    @C. Van Carter

    Sorry Mr. Krugman, but just about the entirety of the modern economics profession, including the *BIG* bastards at The Economist magazine, *do* deny - and deny vehemently - the notion that the 'law of supply and demand' is valid in the context of wages and immigration.

    Replies: @Craig Nelsen

    So true. I saw a question from someone in the Economics ccommunity of Stack Exchange asking what the economic impact would be if all illegals were deported tomorrow. An article focused on the dairy industry had elicited the question. In the article, an economist employed by the National Dairy Association or some such, headquartered in the heart of dairy country, Reston, Virginia, had claimed extreme economic disruption, with milk prices doubling, would result from such a heartless move.

    Several of the professional economists that frequent the board answered. All stated something to the effect that while it would be impossible to know, since there were no data, the price shock would be extreme.

    I’ve never bought that line about how crucial illegal labor is to the economy, so I looked into it. It is possible to find data on the amount a farmer receives from every gallon of milk sold in the supermarket (roughly, if memory serves, 30 cents of every $2.60). There is also data available on what percentage of a dairy farm’s expenses goes to labor, from which it is possible to separate out the farmer’s own labor. It is also possible to find data on what percent of the dairy industry’s labor is illegal, and what the going wage rate is for them.

    Using the data, I “deported” the illegals and offered $20 per hour to fill those jobs with Americans, then reran the numbers to determine what the change would be in the price of milk to the consumer. It was something like 23 cents. Milk would skyrocket from $2.60 per gallon to $2.83–an increase many consumers wouldn’t even notice and hardly the catastrophic doubling that the professional economist had claimed.

    When I posted my results on the Economics Stack Exchange, I received a slew of down votes, but no refutation of my numbers. When I insisted on an actual response, I received lots of jargon, but nothing that actually showed the price of milk would be any different than what I’d come up with. When I called out the economics profession as being corrupt and economists as little better than prostitutes I was banned. Oh well.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Craig Nelsen

    Good one. Though I don't know why people expect the economists to be any different to all other social scientists. Nobody is surprised that much sociology, anthropology, etc. is thinly-disguised political activism, but somehow economists are held to a higher standard.

  280. @Craig Nelsen
    @Anonymous

    So true. I saw a question from someone in the Economics ccommunity of Stack Exchange asking what the economic impact would be if all illegals were deported tomorrow. An article focused on the dairy industry had elicited the question. In the article, an economist employed by the National Dairy Association or some such, headquartered in the heart of dairy country, Reston, Virginia, had claimed extreme economic disruption, with milk prices doubling, would result from such a heartless move.

    Several of the professional economists that frequent the board answered. All stated something to the effect that while it would be impossible to know, since there were no data, the price shock would be extreme.

    I've never bought that line about how crucial illegal labor is to the economy, so I looked into it. It is possible to find data on the amount a farmer receives from every gallon of milk sold in the supermarket (roughly, if memory serves, 30 cents of every $2.60). There is also data available on what percentage of a dairy farm's expenses goes to labor, from which it is possible to separate out the farmer's own labor. It is also possible to find data on what percent of the dairy industry's labor is illegal, and what the going wage rate is for them.

    Using the data, I "deported" the illegals and offered $20 per hour to fill those jobs with Americans, then reran the numbers to determine what the change would be in the price of milk to the consumer. It was something like 23 cents. Milk would skyrocket from $2.60 per gallon to $2.83--an increase many consumers wouldn't even notice and hardly the catastrophic doubling that the professional economist had claimed.

    When I posted my results on the Economics Stack Exchange, I received a slew of down votes, but no refutation of my numbers. When I insisted on an actual response, I received lots of jargon, but nothing that actually showed the price of milk would be any different than what I'd come up with. When I called out the economics profession as being corrupt and economists as little better than prostitutes I was banned. Oh well.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    Good one. Though I don’t know why people expect the economists to be any different to all other social scientists. Nobody is surprised that much sociology, anthropology, etc. is thinly-disguised political activism, but somehow economists are held to a higher standard.

  281. @Charles Erwin Wilson
    @Jefferson


    “What?? How can any sane white male still be a Democrat”

     


    Hillary Clinton won 31% of the White male vote.
     
    So, what is your point? You are surprised by a 31% cucksucker percentage? I too am surprised - but because it is not higher.

    Replies: @Jefferson

    “So, what is your point? You are surprised by a 31% cucksucker percentage? I too am surprised – but because it is not higher.”

    The percentage of White males who voted for Hillary Clinton is still higher than the percentage of Hispanics who voted for Donald Trump.

  282. @RVBlake
    @istevefan

    Perhaps Nelly is an Evangelical.

    Replies: @Autochthon

    I don’t think he is a religious man.

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