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I’m not making these up … The SPLC Hate Tracker tweeted these out as examples of online HATE that is currently trending.

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  1. Do people really hate Jesus? And Christmas? I don’t think I’d need much prompting to hate the SPLC.

    • Replies: @Dave Pinsen
    They're not saying #Christmas is a hate hashtag; they're saying that it's one of the hashtags the scary right wingers they track are participating in. They explain this on their site.

    https://twitter.com/dpinsen/status/945096696043917312
    , @Hippopotamusdrome
  2. If this is fake it’s great parody. Same for if it’s real.

    • Agree: reiner Tor
  3. Well, one upside to an Islamic takeover is that it will rid us of the SPLC…

    • Replies: @dfordoom

    Well, one upside to an Islamic takeover is that it will rid us of the SPLC…
     
    Almost makes it worthwhile. And it will rid us of feminism. It's sounding better and better.

    That's what our society has come to. An Islamic takeover might well have more upsides than downsides.
  4. 36,000 black-on-white rapes per year, numerous black-on-white-beatings uploaded weekly to WorldStarHipHop, and hastag “Jesus” is what the SPLC throws up on their hate tracker screen.

    BTW— I’m sure all those single black women really appreciate the 7 or 8 television commercials featuring white men and their black girlfriends this Christmas season. Not realistic at all.

    • Replies: @CK
    The Japanese car companies are all aiming at the mixed marriage market.
    The car insurers appear to be aiming at the single inept woman driver market.
    , @Percy Gryce
    Spoilers:

    Did anyone else notice that in the new Netflix movie Bright Will Smith is (once again) a literal magical Negro with a white wife?
  5. On Dec 22, the #merrychristmas appears as well. Also of note on their twitter feed they have #defendeurope, #liberalismisamentaldisorder, #endsocialism, and strangely #guardian. Presumably the #guardian was included because they consider it to be hate when one is derisive towards the Guardian. What metrics do they use to decide if something is hate or not?

  6. Has to be fake. No blue checkmark.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    Follow the link:

    https://twitter.com/splchatetracker/status/944938228037160960

  7. Who can forget that hateful song by the Commodores:

    Jesus is Hate

  8. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    And some people say there’s no war on Christmas. Ha!

    Also, from a New York Social Diary article:

    “This song [White Christmas], now over 60 years old, has been described by Jody Rosen: ‘A cantor’s son from Russia took the Christ out of Christmas by composing one of America’s favorite songs. It is the darkest, bluest tune ever to masquerade as a Christmas carol. And it’s not a carol — that implication is religious. It’s just a popular song!’”

    • Replies: @Allen
    Eh... I've seen plenty of alt-right types bring up Irving Berlin's White Christmas as a sign of the sinister Jewish plan to subvert Christmas, but there's really nothing malicious behind it.

    Irving Berlin was a very popular, and talented songwriter, and his bosses at Paramount pictures demanded that he write a song for each major holiday. Because he didn't grow up celebrating Christmas he wrote about the parts he could connect with: snow, family, etc. Interestingly, Berlin originally wrote the melody for a potential Astaire/Rodgers romantic film and only added holiday lyrics later.

    I can't say I really blame him. If I was given the task to write a song about Ramadan I'd probably fixate on externals like fasting and eating dates rather than trying to discuss theology I didn't understand.

    I've sometimes seen people make similar criticisms about Berlin's song Easter Parade, but the same story applies. Berlin wrote new holiday-themed lyrics for an earlier song to complete the same assignment from Paramount.

    Anyway, I think the alt-right shoots itself in the foot to assume every Jew who attains success is part of a sinister conspiracy. Winston Churchill in his article Zionism versus Bolshevism made a distinction between the dangerous International Jews (communists) and the loyal National Jews. I'd argue Irving Berlin falls in the later category.

    If nothing else can't we give him credit for writing the religious tinged God Bless America which infuriated the Liberals of his day (like Woody Guthrie who wrote This Land is Your Land as a retort) and continues to infuriate them today. Note that Berlin wrote his song as a sincere prayer even though he himself was agnostic.
  9. According to Wikipedia, in Israel a Christian cross is considered as offensive as a swastika, because Christianity casts Jews as the historical murderers of Jesus.

    • Replies: @Buffalo Joe
    robot, I traveled around Israel, visiting all the Christian sites. I never felt threatened. Of course Christian tourists bring hard cash, so there's that. Merry Christmas.
    , @Dmitry
    This is complete nonsense. In Israel, there are huge Christian crosses above major cities - as the country is full of churches and cathedrals (one of the world's main Christian pilgrimage sites).

    There are much more prominent churches and crosses in Israel, than there are any synagogues of stars of David.

    Jerusalem has some of the most famous churches in the world.

    But even above Tel Aviv-Yafo, you see more churches than synagogues.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CtVk8vRI3p4

    That said, Jewish people in Israel often oppose missionary activity that tries to convert Jews to Christianity. At the same time, there's an almost unhealthy tolerance between different groups - and Israeli TV, which has a quite liberal agenda, is always showing all kinds of shows about Christmas.

    , @Dr. X

    Israel a Christian cross is considered as offensive as a swastika, because Christianity casts Jews as the historical murderers of Jesus.
     
    Nobody ever gets offended by lies, only by the truth.
    , @Dmitry
    This is nonsense. Israel is full of churches and there are lots of crosses above Israeli cities.

    There are more prominent churches and crosses in Israel, than there are any synagogues or stars of David.

    Jerusalem has some of the most famous churches in the world.

    But even in Tel Aviv you see this.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CtVk8vRI3p4

    That said, Jewish people in Israel often oppose missionary activity that tries to convert Jews to Christianity. At the same time, there’s an almost unhealthy tolerance between different groups – and Israeli TV, which has a quite liberal agenda, is showing shows about Christmas.

    , @Karl
    9 robot > in Israel a Christian cross is considered as offensive as a swastika

    i'll mention that to the Municipality of Jerusalem workers who recently distributed more or less 5000 free Christmas trees in the Christian-dense neighborhoods


    9 robot > , because Christianity casts Jews as the historical murderers of Jesus


    the Hebrew word for "christmas" is Yohm Ha'Moh-LAD

    which exactly means: day of the birth


    robot, you should visit here

    , @njguy73
    Didn't Vatican II exonerate the Jews from Crucifixion guilt?
    , @theo the kraut
    If this were true, you'd have no problem linking the corresponding article. As you made it up, please don't comment again. https://www.google.com/search?q=site%3Awikipedia.org+Israel+cross++swastika
    , @Hippopotamusdrome, @Dave Pinsen
    Israel's prime minister wishes you a Merry Christmas.

    https://twitter.com/israelipm/status/945020677119270917
  10. @Anon
    Has to be fake. No blue checkmark.
    • Replies: @Anon
    But where's the verified symbol? Are you sure this isn't fake? The account was only created in October. Sounds like the kind of planning a clever 4chan troll might engage in leading up to Christmas, maybe hoping Trump will retweet and condemn.
    , @Anon
    Look at the background - a girl giving the finger...very subtlety funny. I think this could be fake. That image was purposely cropped to put her near the middle, very prominent.
    , @Dmitry
    They're also reporting Spacex trending.

    This is Twitter bot that is programmed to report what keywords are trending in a set of alt-right Twitter accounts that they are following.

    It automatically reports the keywords. So if the alt-right start talking about Christmas, then the Twitter bot reports the word 'Christmas'.

    Likewise, when they were talking about Spacex last week - so you get this.

    https://twitter.com/splchatetracker/status/944424846997557249

  11. @Steve Sailer
    Follow the link:

    https://twitter.com/splchatetracker/status/944938228037160960

    But where’s the verified symbol? Are you sure this isn’t fake? The account was only created in October. Sounds like the kind of planning a clever 4chan troll might engage in leading up to Christmas, maybe hoping Trump will retweet and condemn.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    Just go to:

    https://www.splcenter.org/

    Look for the words "Hate Tracker" near the upper right corner of the SPLC's home page, click on the link, and you'll be taken to the webpage version.

  12. @Steve Sailer
    Follow the link:

    https://twitter.com/splchatetracker/status/944938228037160960

    Look at the background – a girl giving the finger…very subtlety funny. I think this could be fake. That image was purposely cropped to put her near the middle, very prominent.

    • Replies: @Ryan Klesko
    It's the same image they use for anything Alt-Right. I've seen it a hundred times.
  13. no blue checkmark like this:

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    The SPLC homepage links to the Hate Tracker page. Unless there are moles who have infiltrated the SPLC to engage in a false flag from within the SPLC headquarters, it's totally legit.

    It's been hard to get a blue checkmark for much of the time this Hate Tracker twitter account has existed (since October).

  14. @Anon
    But where's the verified symbol? Are you sure this isn't fake? The account was only created in October. Sounds like the kind of planning a clever 4chan troll might engage in leading up to Christmas, maybe hoping Trump will retweet and condemn.

    Just go to:

    https://www.splcenter.org/

    Look for the words “Hate Tracker” near the upper right corner of the SPLC’s home page, click on the link, and you’ll be taken to the webpage version.

  15. @newrouter
    no blue checkmark like this:

    https://twitter.com/splcenter

    The SPLC homepage links to the Hate Tracker page. Unless there are moles who have infiltrated the SPLC to engage in a false flag from within the SPLC headquarters, it’s totally legit.

    It’s been hard to get a blue checkmark for much of the time this Hate Tracker twitter account has existed (since October).

    • Replies: @bored identity
    Checkmarks?

    We Don't Need No Stinkin' Hate Drecker Checkmarks!
    , @Neoconned
    I was in the anti war movement and I backed Obama both times including over Hillary in 2008.

    I noticed around 2013 or so the SJWs started to turn on white Bernie types like me.

    They didn't know a thing about healthcare or socialism or whatever.

    But they sure knew how to scream racism and blow up social media w stupid shit that didn't matter.

    It didn't take long....maybe to 2014 or so before I was accused of being a stormfronter and blah blah.

    I basically stopped posting online on message forums and attempting to turn political arguments towards economic or antiwar topics.

    These people I could tell just hated white men. That was it and that was the only tie that binded them together.

    A few of the white ones were smarmy social media hounds who hated religion and judeo Christian culture to the point of lunacy.

    Being a relatively secular but nominal Christian they always turned me off because they didn't believe in tolerance but in vengeful direct action activism and trouble making...

    These are the same types that run the SPLC.....

    That's why I call the identity politics types "one issue liberals"....all they care about is their ethnic or identity Bloc...they don't buy MLKs idea of inclusion....they're Farrakhan/la Raza racial supremacy types....

  16. Well, the SPLC hates people who love Jesus and Christmas, so in a convoluted sense those could be said to be trending tweets that are related to hate. I suppose.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    Straight out of 1984, the SPLC is the opposite of what it claims to be. Instead of this selfless Ministry of Truth that spreads valuable wisdom of who is spreading destructive hatred, it is a megaphone of disinformation propaganda to spread hatred of those who oppose genocidal hatred of Gentile whites for selfish reasons (filling the pockets of the elites who control it).
  17. @dearieme
    Do people really hate Jesus? And Christmas? I don't think I'd need much prompting to hate the SPLC.

    They’re not saying #Christmas is a hate hashtag; they’re saying that it’s one of the hashtags the scary right wingers they track are participating in. They explain this on their site.

    • Replies: @PenskeFile
    That's all fine and good that they have an "explanation" page buried on their website. The fact remains that they look completely foolish for tweeting this out repeatedly. I really hope Drudge or someone catches sight and calls them on it.
    , @Polynikes
    That's a weird thing to track unless they are engaging in some sort of real-time guilt by association.
    , @J.Ross
    Intelligence Project: so one day they aspire to be intelligent ...
    , @al gore rhythms
    That explains why the Guardian is there. A lot of right-wingers go there to argue, and they are tracking them.
    , @Anonymous
    Now trending: #barabbas
    , @Bitfu
    Pinsen is correct. Rightwinger's are participating in these hashtags. Investigate further, and you'll also find Rightwingers participating in #food, #sleep, and #shelter.

    Sure, the neo-nazi rallies were disturbing--but it just felt kinda distant and removed. But now, these hate-filled RWers are encroaching on the territory of Santa Claus and Jesus Christ. Not only that--but they are blasting right into our homes with all this HATE. This is scary stuff, folks. Thank goodness we have SPLC looking out for us.
    , @Mr. Anon

    They’re not saying #Christmas is a hate hashtag; they’re saying that it’s one of the hashtags the scary right wingers they track are participating in. They explain this on their site.
     
    If hateful, scary right wingers talk about the outcome of the Sugar Bowl or exchange chile recipes, does that make football and chile hateful, scary, and right-wing?
    , @Percy Gryce
    I assumed that was their methodology. If they keep this up, though, they're guaranteeing four more years of Trump.
  18. So the folks that splc track are trolling splc?

  19. @Dave Pinsen
    They're not saying #Christmas is a hate hashtag; they're saying that it's one of the hashtags the scary right wingers they track are participating in. They explain this on their site.

    https://twitter.com/dpinsen/status/945096696043917312

    That’s all fine and good that they have an “explanation” page buried on their website. The fact remains that they look completely foolish for tweeting this out repeatedly. I really hope Drudge or someone catches sight and calls them on it.

    • Agree: Bubba
    • Replies: @Dave Pinsen
    I'm not sure it's them tweeting it out. The account tweeting it is unverified and has fewer than 500 followers: https://twitter.com/splchatetracker

    In contrast, the SPLC's verified account has 280k followers: https://twitter.com/splcenter
  20. Hate tracker ? WTF? The officially approved media spews hate 24/7 . Non stop demands that we go to war with N. Korea and Iran and Syria and Russia . What do those places have that we want so bad ?

    • Replies: @Joe Schmoe

    Hate tracker ? WTF? The officially approved media spews hate 24/7 . Non stop demands that we go to war with N. Korea and Iran and Syria and Russia . What do those places have that we want so bad ?
     
    refugees?
  21. @Dave Pinsen
    They're not saying #Christmas is a hate hashtag; they're saying that it's one of the hashtags the scary right wingers they track are participating in. They explain this on their site.

    https://twitter.com/dpinsen/status/945096696043917312

    That’s a weird thing to track unless they are engaging in some sort of real-time guilt by association.

  22. @PenskeFile
    That's all fine and good that they have an "explanation" page buried on their website. The fact remains that they look completely foolish for tweeting this out repeatedly. I really hope Drudge or someone catches sight and calls them on it.

    I’m not sure it’s them tweeting it out. The account tweeting it is unverified and has fewer than 500 followers: https://twitter.com/splchatetracker

    In contrast, the SPLC’s verified account has 280k followers: https://twitter.com/splcenter

    • Replies: @anon
    I'd guess it's a completely automated system-- and staff is home for holidays.
  23. Hate trackers, “fact” checkers, Pinocchio awards for “lies”. It’s all become very un-selfconciously Orwellian out there.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    The SPLC's Hate Tracker Twitter account just tweets out the exact same material as is linked to from the official SPLC website.
  24. What’s hateful is that Jesus is European. When the bible was created in Roman times, they adopted many European customs and beliefs to create their own religion.
    One was the Man and his two children a boy and a girl.
    Men always make themselves out to be so great.

    • Replies: @CK
    9 women and 1 man can create a world
    9 men and 1 woman will create 11 graves
    Men are great.
  25. @bomag
    Well, one upside to an Islamic takeover is that it will rid us of the SPLC...

    Well, one upside to an Islamic takeover is that it will rid us of the SPLC…

    Almost makes it worthwhile. And it will rid us of feminism. It’s sounding better and better.

    That’s what our society has come to. An Islamic takeover might well have more upsides than downsides.

    • Replies: @Anonym
    That’s what our society has come to. An Islamic takeover might well have more upsides than downsides.

    It is not necessary to adopt an enemy's practices, beliefs in total and submit to them. To beat them though, one may adopt practices that are useful.

    Inshallah was around before Deus Vult.

    Inshallah = If God wills/God willing
    Deus Vult = God wills it

    Deus Vult my friends.
    , @Neoconned
    I grew up Southern Baptist and always sort of admired Muslims for their piety and their refusal to put up w bullshit from certain groups.

    And the more I found out about Islamic countries....they have similar laws as we do here...it's just when you're a crook or a drug addict they tolerate you less than you are in the west.

    If you're a law abider for the most part you are left alone so long as you aren't a shit stirrer....
  26. Algorithms gone wild. Maybe all the AI scaremongering by Elon Musk is true? And to think this is the same technology that is underlying climate modeling.

  27. @robot
    According to Wikipedia, in Israel a Christian cross is considered as offensive as a swastika, because Christianity casts Jews as the historical murderers of Jesus.

    robot, I traveled around Israel, visiting all the Christian sites. I never felt threatened. Of course Christian tourists bring hard cash, so there’s that. Merry Christmas.

    • Agree: PV van der Byl
    • Replies: @Rosamond Vincy
    Arab Christians in Israel may not be treated as first-class citizens, but they are allowed to practice their faith, and Israel would NEVER destroy Holy sites--whether out of tolerance or a desire for tourist shekels is a matter for debate. (Motive may actually vary depending on the person.)

    Let the Muslims take over any of that territory, and Christianity will be suppressed, just as it has been in Iraq, Egypt, Syria, and any other place where they take over. They will not hesitate to destroy Holy sites, just as they did to the Afghani Buddhist statues or the ancient Iraqi churches, and proposed doing to the Sphinx and the pyramids, as pagan monuments.

    They even destroyed the grave of Jonah, accepted as a prophet in Islam. Some wanted to destroy Mecca and other Islamic sites, calling THOSE idolatry too.

    They'd be just fine with blowing up Al Aqsa, as long as the remains of the Temple where Jesus taught goes with it.
  28. Imagine saying to one of these freaks, if you ever met them away from keyboard, in all sincerity:”Jesus loves you.”

  29. @dearieme
    Do people really hate Jesus? And Christmas? I don't think I'd need much prompting to hate the SPLC.
  30. SPLC needs donations, which don’t come without evidence of hatred to combat. Maybe SPLC is seeking an anti-Semitic backlash to point to in its fundraising efforts? Sowing the wind with this stuff seems foolish, but it could be a case of private profits and socialized risks, with said risks beared by the Jewish community at large.

  31. @Dave Pinsen
    They're not saying #Christmas is a hate hashtag; they're saying that it's one of the hashtags the scary right wingers they track are participating in. They explain this on their site.

    https://twitter.com/dpinsen/status/945096696043917312

    Intelligence Project: so one day they aspire to be intelligent …

  32. @dfordoom

    Well, one upside to an Islamic takeover is that it will rid us of the SPLC…
     
    Almost makes it worthwhile. And it will rid us of feminism. It's sounding better and better.

    That's what our society has come to. An Islamic takeover might well have more upsides than downsides.

    That’s what our society has come to. An Islamic takeover might well have more upsides than downsides.

    It is not necessary to adopt an enemy’s practices, beliefs in total and submit to them. To beat them though, one may adopt practices that are useful.

    Inshallah was around before Deus Vult.

    Inshallah = If God wills/God willing
    Deus Vult = God wills it

    Deus Vult my friends.

    • Replies: @dfordoom


    That’s what our society has come to. An Islamic takeover might well have more upsides than downsides.
     
    It is not necessary to adopt an enemy’s practices, beliefs in total and submit to them. To beat them though, one may adopt practices that are useful.

     

    I don't see Islam as an enemy. I'm against immigration because I'd like my culture to survive and not be swamped by other cultures. But I have nothing against Islam as such.

    I do see progressives and feminists as real enemies.

    But I agree with you that it's not necessary to adopt another group's beliefs in order to learn useful strategies from them. At this point I'd be happy to adopt useful strategies from anybody.

    Islam faces the same enemies we do. Especially progressives and feminists. The difference is that Islam doesn't intend to surrender.
  33. We need Morris Day Dees to come here himself and confirm or deny that this twitter account is legit. You know he’s a reader! Or at least one of his interns is.

  34. @Steve Sailer
    The SPLC homepage links to the Hate Tracker page. Unless there are moles who have infiltrated the SPLC to engage in a false flag from within the SPLC headquarters, it's totally legit.

    It's been hard to get a blue checkmark for much of the time this Hate Tracker twitter account has existed (since October).

    Checkmarks?

    We Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Hate Drecker Checkmarks!

  35. Umm, yeah. Hatred for Jesus and Christianity in general is taught in the Jewish version of Sunday school, and continues on and on. It shocked and angered me when I experienced it firsthand, but now that I’ve matured I just feel kind of sorry for the Jewish kids who grew up with that kind of siege mentality.

    The SPLC is playing to that residual fear and hatred, and trying to profit from it, which is pretty scummy.

    But I have the feeling that most Jews don’t fall for this stuff.

    So Merry Christmas to Jew and Gentile and Mohammetan alike!

    • Replies: @Rosamond Vincy
    Where did you experience this? What happened?

    I grew up during the Girl Scout Singalong open mind visit each other's religious rituals, so when kids at my school hated each other, it was usually personal, not a question of group prejudice.
  36. @Dave Pinsen
    I'm not sure it's them tweeting it out. The account tweeting it is unverified and has fewer than 500 followers: https://twitter.com/splchatetracker

    In contrast, the SPLC's verified account has 280k followers: https://twitter.com/splcenter

    I’d guess it’s a completely automated system– and staff is home for holidays.

    • Replies: @Dave Pinsen
    Could be, but if it's an SPLC account, you'd figure they'd retweet it or mention it from their main account occasionally.
  37. @robot
    According to Wikipedia, in Israel a Christian cross is considered as offensive as a swastika, because Christianity casts Jews as the historical murderers of Jesus.

    This is complete nonsense. In Israel, there are huge Christian crosses above major cities – as the country is full of churches and cathedrals (one of the world’s main Christian pilgrimage sites).

    There are much more prominent churches and crosses in Israel, than there are any synagogues of stars of David.

    Jerusalem has some of the most famous churches in the world.

    But even above Tel Aviv-Yafo, you see more churches than synagogues.

    That said, Jewish people in Israel often oppose missionary activity that tries to convert Jews to Christianity. At the same time, there’s an almost unhealthy tolerance between different groups – and Israeli TV, which has a quite liberal agenda, is always showing all kinds of shows about Christmas.

    • Replies: @a reader
    You're right, and according to the famous motto, Christians are a chance for Israel.
    , @a reader

    That said, Jewish people in Israel often oppose missionary activity that tries to convert Jews to Christianity.
     
    As we should.
  38. @Steve Sailer
    Follow the link:

    https://twitter.com/splchatetracker/status/944938228037160960

    They’re also reporting Spacex trending.

    This is Twitter bot that is programmed to report what keywords are trending in a set of alt-right Twitter accounts that they are following.

    It automatically reports the keywords. So if the alt-right start talking about Christmas, then the Twitter bot reports the word ‘Christmas’.

    Likewise, when they were talking about Spacex last week – so you get this.

    https://twitter.com/splchatetracker/status/944424846997557249

    • Replies: @Mr. Anon

    This is Twitter bot that is programmed to report what keywords are trending in a set of alt-right Twitter accounts that they are following.

    It automatically reports the keywords. So if the alt-right start talking about Christmas, then the Twitter bot reports the word ‘Christmas’.
     
    This sounds like a job for 4-chan. By just flooding twitter with certain key words, they could make anything into a "hate-word": #TimWise, #Prius, #Avocado, #Diversity.......
  39. @Steve Sailer
    The SPLC homepage links to the Hate Tracker page. Unless there are moles who have infiltrated the SPLC to engage in a false flag from within the SPLC headquarters, it's totally legit.

    It's been hard to get a blue checkmark for much of the time this Hate Tracker twitter account has existed (since October).

    I was in the anti war movement and I backed Obama both times including over Hillary in 2008.

    I noticed around 2013 or so the SJWs started to turn on white Bernie types like me.

    They didn’t know a thing about healthcare or socialism or whatever.

    But they sure knew how to scream racism and blow up social media w stupid shit that didn’t matter.

    It didn’t take long….maybe to 2014 or so before I was accused of being a stormfronter and blah blah.

    I basically stopped posting online on message forums and attempting to turn political arguments towards economic or antiwar topics.

    These people I could tell just hated white men. That was it and that was the only tie that binded them together.

    A few of the white ones were smarmy social media hounds who hated religion and judeo Christian culture to the point of lunacy.

    Being a relatively secular but nominal Christian they always turned me off because they didn’t believe in tolerance but in vengeful direct action activism and trouble making…

    These are the same types that run the SPLC…..

    That’s why I call the identity politics types “one issue liberals”….all they care about is their ethnic or identity Bloc…they don’t buy MLKs idea of inclusion….they’re Farrakhan/la Raza racial supremacy types….

    • Replies: @Anonymous

    I noticed around 2013 or so the SJWs started to turn on white Bernie types like me.

    They didn’t know a thing about healthcare or socialism or whatever.

    But they sure knew how to scream racism and blow up social media w stupid shit that didn’t matter.
     
    that's the point.. now that we have squabbling minorities no one will concentrate on our disastorous middle east/russia policy .... when was the last time you heard about israeli settlment building as a major issue in the MSM?
    , @Seamus Padraig
    Yup. Back during the primaries, whenever I would put in a good word for Bernie in front of the Hillbots, they would call me a 'misogynist' or a 'white supremacist' or--my all-time favorite--a 'brocialist'. Those Hillbots are just sick. It's a real cult they've got.
    , @Bill Jones
    What's this "Judeo Christian culture" crap?
  40. @robot
    According to Wikipedia, in Israel a Christian cross is considered as offensive as a swastika, because Christianity casts Jews as the historical murderers of Jesus.

    Israel a Christian cross is considered as offensive as a swastika, because Christianity casts Jews as the historical murderers of Jesus.

    Nobody ever gets offended by lies, only by the truth.

  41. @dfordoom

    Well, one upside to an Islamic takeover is that it will rid us of the SPLC…
     
    Almost makes it worthwhile. And it will rid us of feminism. It's sounding better and better.

    That's what our society has come to. An Islamic takeover might well have more upsides than downsides.

    I grew up Southern Baptist and always sort of admired Muslims for their piety and their refusal to put up w bullshit from certain groups.

    And the more I found out about Islamic countries….they have similar laws as we do here…it’s just when you’re a crook or a drug addict they tolerate you less than you are in the west.

    If you’re a law abider for the most part you are left alone so long as you aren’t a shit stirrer….

    • Agree: dfordoom
  42. @robot
    According to Wikipedia, in Israel a Christian cross is considered as offensive as a swastika, because Christianity casts Jews as the historical murderers of Jesus.

    This is nonsense. Israel is full of churches and there are lots of crosses above Israeli cities.

    There are more prominent churches and crosses in Israel, than there are any synagogues or stars of David.

    Jerusalem has some of the most famous churches in the world.

    But even in Tel Aviv you see this.

    That said, Jewish people in Israel often oppose missionary activity that tries to convert Jews to Christianity. At the same time, there’s an almost unhealthy tolerance between different groups – and Israeli TV, which has a quite liberal agenda, is showing shows about Christmas.

  43. @robot
    According to Wikipedia, in Israel a Christian cross is considered as offensive as a swastika, because Christianity casts Jews as the historical murderers of Jesus.

    9 robot > in Israel a Christian cross is considered as offensive as a swastika

    i’ll mention that to the Municipality of Jerusalem workers who recently distributed more or less 5000 free Christmas trees in the Christian-dense neighborhoods

    9 robot > , because Christianity casts Jews as the historical murderers of Jesus

    the Hebrew word for “christmas” is Yohm Ha’Moh-LAD

    which exactly means: day of the birth

    robot, you should visit here

  44. @robot
    According to Wikipedia, in Israel a Christian cross is considered as offensive as a swastika, because Christianity casts Jews as the historical murderers of Jesus.

    Didn’t Vatican II exonerate the Jews from Crucifixion guilt?

    • Replies: @Rosamond Vincy
    It did. And the Bible clearly recounts how Jewish leaders hated Jesus precisely because many poor Jews DID follow Him. They wouldn't have wanted Him out of the way if He hadn't been a serious threat to their influence. Had He not been so popular, they could have dismissed Him as just another crazy Street preacher (and there were plenty of those--that "Life of Brian" scene with the Shoe and Gourd isn't that far from the truth).
    , @a reader

    Didn’t Vatican II exonerate the Jews from Crucifixion guilt?
     
    The genesis of Nostra aetate remains an enigma.
    , @SPLC Hate Tracker
    Didn’t Vatican II exonerate the Jews …Correct. Replay showed the Pharisees did not maintain control through the entire crucifixion. If you look carefully at the video you can see the cross wiggle right when the last nail goes in.
  45. The SPLC is clearly guilty of Christianophobia here. This may be an opportunity to expose it as the hate-filled scam it really is.

  46. How Trump and the Nazis Stole Christmas To Promote White Nationalism
    …some see parallels between Trump’s speeches in front of Christmas trees and attempts by authoritarian regimes like the Nazis
    … Men dressed as a Santa Claus and the tin soldier give a Nazi salute during a white-supremacist event.

    • Replies: @CJ
    How Trump and the Nazis Stole Christmas ...

    Wow just wow. I keep wishfully thinking that the derangement level can’t get any worse, but it does.
  47. Using SPLC’s explanation of what qualifies for HateTracker status, clearly #Trump should be on the list. Likewise #RAISE

  48. @Dmitry
    They're also reporting Spacex trending.

    This is Twitter bot that is programmed to report what keywords are trending in a set of alt-right Twitter accounts that they are following.

    It automatically reports the keywords. So if the alt-right start talking about Christmas, then the Twitter bot reports the word 'Christmas'.

    Likewise, when they were talking about Spacex last week - so you get this.

    https://twitter.com/splchatetracker/status/944424846997557249

    This is Twitter bot that is programmed to report what keywords are trending in a set of alt-right Twitter accounts that they are following.

    It automatically reports the keywords. So if the alt-right start talking about Christmas, then the Twitter bot reports the word ‘Christmas’.

    This sounds like a job for 4-chan. By just flooding twitter with certain key words, they could make anything into a “hate-word”: #TimWise, #Prius, #Avocado, #Diversity…….

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    Right, the Twitter accounts that are tracked could agree upon hashtags recounting embarrassing true facts about, say, the life of Morris Dees and then have the SPLC tweet them out for them.
    , @Neil Templeton
    Winter was once the season of peace, reflection, and family time. In the current era of Total War, there is no respite from the call to arms.
  49. @Anonymous
    And some people say there's no war on Christmas. Ha!

    Also, from a New York Social Diary article:

    "This song [White Christmas], now over 60 years old, has been described by Jody Rosen: 'A cantor’s son from Russia took the Christ out of Christmas by composing one of America’s favorite songs. It is the darkest, bluest tune ever to masquerade as a Christmas carol. And it’s not a carol — that implication is religious. It’s just a popular song!'”

    Eh… I’ve seen plenty of alt-right types bring up Irving Berlin’s White Christmas as a sign of the sinister Jewish plan to subvert Christmas, but there’s really nothing malicious behind it.

    Irving Berlin was a very popular, and talented songwriter, and his bosses at Paramount pictures demanded that he write a song for each major holiday. Because he didn’t grow up celebrating Christmas he wrote about the parts he could connect with: snow, family, etc. Interestingly, Berlin originally wrote the melody for a potential Astaire/Rodgers romantic film and only added holiday lyrics later.

    I can’t say I really blame him. If I was given the task to write a song about Ramadan I’d probably fixate on externals like fasting and eating dates rather than trying to discuss theology I didn’t understand.

    I’ve sometimes seen people make similar criticisms about Berlin’s song Easter Parade, but the same story applies. Berlin wrote new holiday-themed lyrics for an earlier song to complete the same assignment from Paramount.

    Anyway, I think the alt-right shoots itself in the foot to assume every Jew who attains success is part of a sinister conspiracy. Winston Churchill in his article Zionism versus Bolshevism made a distinction between the dangerous International Jews (communists) and the loyal National Jews. I’d argue Irving Berlin falls in the later category.

    If nothing else can’t we give him credit for writing the religious tinged God Bless America which infuriated the Liberals of his day (like Woody Guthrie who wrote This Land is Your Land as a retort) and continues to infuriate them today. Note that Berlin wrote his song as a sincere prayer even though he himself was agnostic.

    • Replies: @JSM
    Anyway, I think the alt-right shoots itself in the foot to assume every Jew who attains success is part of a sinister conspiracy.


    We in the alt-right are so tired of you anti-anti-semites who accuse us of assuming every Jew who attains success is part of a sinister conspiracy.

    We know there are some good Jews. Mondoweiss, for example. We merely assume that every Jew who attains success *and uses it to undermine America the way it used to be*, is part of a sinister conspiracy.
    , @Anonymous
    I agree with you. People who use the likes of Irving Berlin (barely a religious man to begin with) to further their anti-semitism tend to raise hackles for no good reason, and end up being counter-productive. But every stripe and flavor of mankind has its fools; why should the alt-right be any different?
  50. @Mr. Anon

    This is Twitter bot that is programmed to report what keywords are trending in a set of alt-right Twitter accounts that they are following.

    It automatically reports the keywords. So if the alt-right start talking about Christmas, then the Twitter bot reports the word ‘Christmas’.
     
    This sounds like a job for 4-chan. By just flooding twitter with certain key words, they could make anything into a "hate-word": #TimWise, #Prius, #Avocado, #Diversity.......

    Right, the Twitter accounts that are tracked could agree upon hashtags recounting embarrassing true facts about, say, the life of Morris Dees and then have the SPLC tweet them out for them.

    • Replies: @JudgeSmails

    Right, the Twitter accounts that are tracked could agree upon hashtags recounting embarrassing true facts about, say, the life of Morris Dees and then have the SPLC tweet them out for them.
     
    This sounds like much fun! Get the word out.
  51. @robot
    According to Wikipedia, in Israel a Christian cross is considered as offensive as a swastika, because Christianity casts Jews as the historical murderers of Jesus.

    If this were true, you’d have no problem linking the corresponding article. As you made it up, please don’t comment again. https://www.google.com/search?q=site%3Awikipedia.org+Israel+cross++swastika

  52. @Mr. Anon

    This is Twitter bot that is programmed to report what keywords are trending in a set of alt-right Twitter accounts that they are following.

    It automatically reports the keywords. So if the alt-right start talking about Christmas, then the Twitter bot reports the word ‘Christmas’.
     
    This sounds like a job for 4-chan. By just flooding twitter with certain key words, they could make anything into a "hate-word": #TimWise, #Prius, #Avocado, #Diversity.......

    Winter was once the season of peace, reflection, and family time. In the current era of Total War, there is no respite from the call to arms.

  53. @robot
    According to Wikipedia, in Israel a Christian cross is considered as offensive as a swastika, because Christianity casts Jews as the historical murderers of Jesus.
  54. @Dave Pinsen
    They're not saying #Christmas is a hate hashtag; they're saying that it's one of the hashtags the scary right wingers they track are participating in. They explain this on their site.

    https://twitter.com/dpinsen/status/945096696043917312

    That explains why the Guardian is there. A lot of right-wingers go there to argue, and they are tracking them.

  55. @Anonym
    That’s what our society has come to. An Islamic takeover might well have more upsides than downsides.

    It is not necessary to adopt an enemy's practices, beliefs in total and submit to them. To beat them though, one may adopt practices that are useful.

    Inshallah was around before Deus Vult.

    Inshallah = If God wills/God willing
    Deus Vult = God wills it

    Deus Vult my friends.

    That’s what our society has come to. An Islamic takeover might well have more upsides than downsides.

    It is not necessary to adopt an enemy’s practices, beliefs in total and submit to them. To beat them though, one may adopt practices that are useful.

    I don’t see Islam as an enemy. I’m against immigration because I’d like my culture to survive and not be swamped by other cultures. But I have nothing against Islam as such.

    I do see progressives and feminists as real enemies.

    But I agree with you that it’s not necessary to adopt another group’s beliefs in order to learn useful strategies from them. At this point I’d be happy to adopt useful strategies from anybody.

    Islam faces the same enemies we do. Especially progressives and feminists. The difference is that Islam doesn’t intend to surrender.

    • Replies: @Anonym
    I don’t see Islam as an enemy. I’m against immigration because I’d like my culture to survive and not be swamped by other cultures. But I have nothing against Islam as such.

    Followers of Islam wish to kill or convert me as a general principle. They may not get around to it in my lifetime but that is the end goal. We have numerous Muslims within our countries. That's going to become a problem.

    It's a bit like smallpox. I suppose I don't mind smallpox kept at liquid nitrogen temperature in a vial somewhere for scientific purposes. And likewise due to the nature of the internet the Koran and hadiths will never be forgotten. As for its followers I don't want them to remain in European majority countries and I am mostly agnostic as to how it gets done, but favor cheaper and more permanent solutions.
  56. @PiltdownMan
    Hate trackers, "fact" checkers, Pinocchio awards for "lies". It's all become very un-selfconciously Orwellian out there.

    The SPLC’s Hate Tracker Twitter account just tweets out the exact same material as is linked to from the official SPLC website.

  57. @anon
    I'd guess it's a completely automated system-- and staff is home for holidays.

    Could be, but if it’s an SPLC account, you’d figure they’d retweet it or mention it from their main account occasionally.

  58. SPLC Hate Tracker.

    Attention anonymi: Username available.

    • Replies: @SPLC Hate Tracker
    Capital idea! Now I can stop living in the shadows. Thank you and Merry Hatemas!
  59. @robot
    According to Wikipedia, in Israel a Christian cross is considered as offensive as a swastika, because Christianity casts Jews as the historical murderers of Jesus.

    Israel’s prime minister wishes you a Merry Christmas.

    • Replies: @anonguy
    That is a really classy message from Netanyahu.
    , @Anon

    Israel’s prime minister wishes you a Merry Christmas.
     
    Thank you Bibi. Now take the three legged camel you were alleged to have had carnal relations with, and go away.
  60. @Hippopotamusdrome


    How Trump and the Nazis Stole Christmas To Promote White Nationalism
    ...some see parallels between Trump’s speeches in front of Christmas trees and attempts by authoritarian regimes like the Nazis
    ... Men dressed as a Santa Claus and the tin soldier give a Nazi salute during a white-supremacist event.

     

    How Trump and the Nazis Stole Christmas …

    Wow just wow. I keep wishfully thinking that the derangement level can’t get any worse, but it does.

  61. @Dave Pinsen
    Israel's prime minister wishes you a Merry Christmas.

    https://twitter.com/israelipm/status/945020677119270917

    That is a really classy message from Netanyahu.

    • Replies: @jbwilson24
    Indeed. No left wing hordes screaming for his blood either.
    , @Opinionator
    In contrast to Richard Spencer, Netanyahu doesn't trumpet Israel as an "ethnostate" or advocate for ethnic cleansing and some kind of demographic absolutism.
  62. @Dave Pinsen
    Israel's prime minister wishes you a Merry Christmas.

    https://twitter.com/israelipm/status/945020677119270917

    Israel’s prime minister wishes you a Merry Christmas.

    Thank you Bibi. Now take the three legged camel you were alleged to have had carnal relations with, and go away.

    • Replies: @Rosamond Vincy
    No, that's the Muzzies. Got a thing for camels.
  63. Alabama Christmas greeting: Roll tidings of comfort and joy.

    • Replies: @Rosamond Vincy
    I love it!

    Is there one for the Buckeyes?
  64. @Dave Pinsen
    They're not saying #Christmas is a hate hashtag; they're saying that it's one of the hashtags the scary right wingers they track are participating in. They explain this on their site.

    https://twitter.com/dpinsen/status/945096696043917312

    Now trending: #barabbas

    • Replies: @Hippopotamusdrome
    More from the SPLC website:


    https://www.splcenter.org/hatewatch/2013/12/03/o%E2%80%99reilly-applauds-anti-lgbt-group-annual-%E2%80%98war-christmas%E2%80%99

    O’Reilly Applauds Anti-LGBT Group in Annual ‘War on Christmas’
    December 03, 2013
    Leanne Naramore

    December is upon us. And the first mortar rounds in the annual “War on Christmas” have been fired.
    ...
    Last night, Christmas sentry Bill O’Reilly invited a fellow Christmas-defending warrior from the Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) to join him on his Fox News show to preview the upcoming battle.
    ...
    What O’Reilly fails to mention is that while defending Christmas in the fake war at home, the ADF is waging a vastly different and very real legal war abroad: an aggressive effort to imprison LGBT people.
    ...
    Happy Holidays!

     

    ...


    Anti-LGBT Roundup 11.22.2017
    ...
    The American Family Association has released its “Naughty or Nice” list of retailers. According to an email sent out Nov. 20, the AFA has “taken the top national retailers and reviewed their websites, media advertising and in-store signage in an effort to help you know which companies are Christmas-friendly.”

     

    Saving the best for last:


    For many, a traditional white Christmas with snow on the ground isn’t enough. Some folks want a different sort of white Christmas.
    ...
    Buying the wrong gift for the white supremacist on the list could really raise a fuhrer over the holidays

     

  65. @anonguy
    That is a really classy message from Netanyahu.

    Indeed. No left wing hordes screaming for his blood either.

  66. @anonguy
    That is a really classy message from Netanyahu.

    In contrast to Richard Spencer, Netanyahu doesn’t trumpet Israel as an “ethnostate” or advocate for ethnic cleansing and some kind of demographic absolutism.

  67. @notice
    36,000 black-on-white rapes per year, numerous black-on-white-beatings uploaded weekly to WorldStarHipHop, and hastag "Jesus" is what the SPLC throws up on their hate tracker screen.


    BTW--- I'm sure all those single black women really appreciate the 7 or 8 television commercials featuring white men and their black girlfriends this Christmas season. Not realistic at all.

    The Japanese car companies are all aiming at the mixed marriage market.
    The car insurers appear to be aiming at the single inept woman driver market.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    The auto insurance commercials I've seen all show inept white males running their cars into bushes, telephone poles, store fronts, houses, what have you; while black people and white females watch, dismayed and dispirited. I guess everyone's supposed to identify with this. In TV-land black people never do anything wrong, and everything wrong is done to them. They call TV a mirror on society. Well, mirrors do show everything in reverse, don't they.
  68. @denise
    What's hateful is that Jesus is European. When the bible was created in Roman times, they adopted many European customs and beliefs to create their own religion.
    One was the Man and his two children a boy and a girl.
    Men always make themselves out to be so great.

    9 women and 1 man can create a world
    9 men and 1 woman will create 11 graves
    Men are great.

  69. @Anonymous
    Now trending: #barabbas

    More from the SPLC website:

    https://www.splcenter.org/hatewatch/2013/12/03/o%E2%80%99reilly-applauds-anti-lgbt-group-annual-%E2%80%98war-christmas%E2%80%99

    O’Reilly Applauds Anti-LGBT Group in Annual ‘War on Christmas’
    December 03, 2013
    Leanne Naramore

    December is upon us. And the first mortar rounds in the annual “War on Christmas” have been fired.

    Last night, Christmas sentry Bill O’Reilly invited a fellow Christmas-defending warrior from the Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) to join him on his Fox News show to preview the upcoming battle.

    What O’Reilly fails to mention is that while defending Christmas in the fake war at home, the ADF is waging a vastly different and very real legal war abroad: an aggressive effort to imprison LGBT people.

    Happy Holidays!

    Anti-LGBT Roundup 11.22.2017

    The American Family Association has released its “Naughty or Nice” list of retailers. According to an email sent out Nov. 20, the AFA has “taken the top national retailers and reviewed their websites, media advertising and in-store signage in an effort to help you know which companies are Christmas-friendly.”

    Saving the best for last:

    For many, a traditional white Christmas with snow on the ground isn’t enough. Some folks want a different sort of white Christmas.

    Buying the wrong gift for the white supremacist on the list could really raise a fuhrer over the holidays

  70. Anonymous [AKA "Fastpatone"] says:

    Of course, the same (((tribe))) running Twitter, Google, and Youtube are running the SPLC. The current SPLC president is Richard Cohen, their most virulent writers are of the Jew.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    All just a Cohencidence I'm sure.
  71. @Anon

    Israel’s prime minister wishes you a Merry Christmas.
     
    Thank you Bibi. Now take the three legged camel you were alleged to have had carnal relations with, and go away.

    No, that’s the Muzzies. Got a thing for camels.

  72. Anyone follow Google’s “December Global Festivities” story?

    Sheesh.

  73. Anonymous [AKA "I am commenting"] says:
    @Neoconned
    I was in the anti war movement and I backed Obama both times including over Hillary in 2008.

    I noticed around 2013 or so the SJWs started to turn on white Bernie types like me.

    They didn't know a thing about healthcare or socialism or whatever.

    But they sure knew how to scream racism and blow up social media w stupid shit that didn't matter.

    It didn't take long....maybe to 2014 or so before I was accused of being a stormfronter and blah blah.

    I basically stopped posting online on message forums and attempting to turn political arguments towards economic or antiwar topics.

    These people I could tell just hated white men. That was it and that was the only tie that binded them together.

    A few of the white ones were smarmy social media hounds who hated religion and judeo Christian culture to the point of lunacy.

    Being a relatively secular but nominal Christian they always turned me off because they didn't believe in tolerance but in vengeful direct action activism and trouble making...

    These are the same types that run the SPLC.....

    That's why I call the identity politics types "one issue liberals"....all they care about is their ethnic or identity Bloc...they don't buy MLKs idea of inclusion....they're Farrakhan/la Raza racial supremacy types....

    I noticed around 2013 or so the SJWs started to turn on white Bernie types like me.

    They didn’t know a thing about healthcare or socialism or whatever.

    But they sure knew how to scream racism and blow up social media w stupid shit that didn’t matter.

    that’s the point.. now that we have squabbling minorities no one will concentrate on our disastorous middle east/russia policy …. when was the last time you heard about israeli settlment building as a major issue in the MSM?

  74. @Dave Pinsen
    They're not saying #Christmas is a hate hashtag; they're saying that it's one of the hashtags the scary right wingers they track are participating in. They explain this on their site.

    https://twitter.com/dpinsen/status/945096696043917312

    Pinsen is correct. Rightwinger’s are participating in these hashtags. Investigate further, and you’ll also find Rightwingers participating in #food, #sleep, and #shelter.

    Sure, the neo-nazi rallies were disturbing–but it just felt kinda distant and removed. But now, these hate-filled RWers are encroaching on the territory of Santa Claus and Jesus Christ. Not only that–but they are blasting right into our homes with all this HATE. This is scary stuff, folks. Thank goodness we have SPLC looking out for us.

  75. @Buffalo Joe
    robot, I traveled around Israel, visiting all the Christian sites. I never felt threatened. Of course Christian tourists bring hard cash, so there's that. Merry Christmas.

    Arab Christians in Israel may not be treated as first-class citizens, but they are allowed to practice their faith, and Israel would NEVER destroy Holy sites–whether out of tolerance or a desire for tourist shekels is a matter for debate. (Motive may actually vary depending on the person.)

    Let the Muslims take over any of that territory, and Christianity will be suppressed, just as it has been in Iraq, Egypt, Syria, and any other place where they take over. They will not hesitate to destroy Holy sites, just as they did to the Afghani Buddhist statues or the ancient Iraqi churches, and proposed doing to the Sphinx and the pyramids, as pagan monuments.

    They even destroyed the grave of Jonah, accepted as a prophet in Islam. Some wanted to destroy Mecca and other Islamic sites, calling THOSE idolatry too.

    They’d be just fine with blowing up Al Aqsa, as long as the remains of the Temple where Jesus taught goes with it.

    • Agree: Buffalo Joe
  76. @Bill P
    Umm, yeah. Hatred for Jesus and Christianity in general is taught in the Jewish version of Sunday school, and continues on and on. It shocked and angered me when I experienced it firsthand, but now that I've matured I just feel kind of sorry for the Jewish kids who grew up with that kind of siege mentality.

    The SPLC is playing to that residual fear and hatred, and trying to profit from it, which is pretty scummy.

    But I have the feeling that most Jews don't fall for this stuff.

    So Merry Christmas to Jew and Gentile and Mohammetan alike!

    Where did you experience this? What happened?

    I grew up during the Girl Scout Singalong open mind visit each other’s religious rituals, so when kids at my school hated each other, it was usually personal, not a question of group prejudice.

  77. @njguy73
    Didn't Vatican II exonerate the Jews from Crucifixion guilt?

    It did. And the Bible clearly recounts how Jewish leaders hated Jesus precisely because many poor Jews DID follow Him. They wouldn’t have wanted Him out of the way if He hadn’t been a serious threat to their influence. Had He not been so popular, they could have dismissed Him as just another crazy Street preacher (and there were plenty of those–that “Life of Brian” scene with the Shoe and Gourd isn’t that far from the truth).

  78. @the one they call Desanex
    Alabama Christmas greeting: Roll tidings of comfort and joy.

    I love it!

    Is there one for the Buckeyes?

  79. @Anon
    Look at the background - a girl giving the finger...very subtlety funny. I think this could be fake. That image was purposely cropped to put her near the middle, very prominent.

    It’s the same image they use for anything Alt-Right. I’ve seen it a hundred times.

  80. @Dmitry
    This is complete nonsense. In Israel, there are huge Christian crosses above major cities - as the country is full of churches and cathedrals (one of the world's main Christian pilgrimage sites).

    There are much more prominent churches and crosses in Israel, than there are any synagogues of stars of David.

    Jerusalem has some of the most famous churches in the world.

    But even above Tel Aviv-Yafo, you see more churches than synagogues.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CtVk8vRI3p4

    That said, Jewish people in Israel often oppose missionary activity that tries to convert Jews to Christianity. At the same time, there's an almost unhealthy tolerance between different groups - and Israeli TV, which has a quite liberal agenda, is always showing all kinds of shows about Christmas.

    You’re right, and according to the famous motto, Christians are a chance for Israel.

  81. @Dmitry
    This is complete nonsense. In Israel, there are huge Christian crosses above major cities - as the country is full of churches and cathedrals (one of the world's main Christian pilgrimage sites).

    There are much more prominent churches and crosses in Israel, than there are any synagogues of stars of David.

    Jerusalem has some of the most famous churches in the world.

    But even above Tel Aviv-Yafo, you see more churches than synagogues.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CtVk8vRI3p4

    That said, Jewish people in Israel often oppose missionary activity that tries to convert Jews to Christianity. At the same time, there's an almost unhealthy tolerance between different groups - and Israeli TV, which has a quite liberal agenda, is always showing all kinds of shows about Christmas.

    That said, Jewish people in Israel often oppose missionary activity that tries to convert Jews to Christianity.

    As we should.

  82. @Neoconned
    I was in the anti war movement and I backed Obama both times including over Hillary in 2008.

    I noticed around 2013 or so the SJWs started to turn on white Bernie types like me.

    They didn't know a thing about healthcare or socialism or whatever.

    But they sure knew how to scream racism and blow up social media w stupid shit that didn't matter.

    It didn't take long....maybe to 2014 or so before I was accused of being a stormfronter and blah blah.

    I basically stopped posting online on message forums and attempting to turn political arguments towards economic or antiwar topics.

    These people I could tell just hated white men. That was it and that was the only tie that binded them together.

    A few of the white ones were smarmy social media hounds who hated religion and judeo Christian culture to the point of lunacy.

    Being a relatively secular but nominal Christian they always turned me off because they didn't believe in tolerance but in vengeful direct action activism and trouble making...

    These are the same types that run the SPLC.....

    That's why I call the identity politics types "one issue liberals"....all they care about is their ethnic or identity Bloc...they don't buy MLKs idea of inclusion....they're Farrakhan/la Raza racial supremacy types....

    Yup. Back during the primaries, whenever I would put in a good word for Bernie in front of the Hillbots, they would call me a ‘misogynist’ or a ‘white supremacist’ or–my all-time favorite–a ‘brocialist’. Those Hillbots are just sick. It’s a real cult they’ve got.

  83. @njguy73
    Didn't Vatican II exonerate the Jews from Crucifixion guilt?

    Didn’t Vatican II exonerate the Jews from Crucifixion guilt?

    The genesis of Nostra aetate remains an enigma.

  84. @Allen
    Eh... I've seen plenty of alt-right types bring up Irving Berlin's White Christmas as a sign of the sinister Jewish plan to subvert Christmas, but there's really nothing malicious behind it.

    Irving Berlin was a very popular, and talented songwriter, and his bosses at Paramount pictures demanded that he write a song for each major holiday. Because he didn't grow up celebrating Christmas he wrote about the parts he could connect with: snow, family, etc. Interestingly, Berlin originally wrote the melody for a potential Astaire/Rodgers romantic film and only added holiday lyrics later.

    I can't say I really blame him. If I was given the task to write a song about Ramadan I'd probably fixate on externals like fasting and eating dates rather than trying to discuss theology I didn't understand.

    I've sometimes seen people make similar criticisms about Berlin's song Easter Parade, but the same story applies. Berlin wrote new holiday-themed lyrics for an earlier song to complete the same assignment from Paramount.

    Anyway, I think the alt-right shoots itself in the foot to assume every Jew who attains success is part of a sinister conspiracy. Winston Churchill in his article Zionism versus Bolshevism made a distinction between the dangerous International Jews (communists) and the loyal National Jews. I'd argue Irving Berlin falls in the later category.

    If nothing else can't we give him credit for writing the religious tinged God Bless America which infuriated the Liberals of his day (like Woody Guthrie who wrote This Land is Your Land as a retort) and continues to infuriate them today. Note that Berlin wrote his song as a sincere prayer even though he himself was agnostic.

    Anyway, I think the alt-right shoots itself in the foot to assume every Jew who attains success is part of a sinister conspiracy.

    We in the alt-right are so tired of you anti-anti-semites who accuse us of assuming every Jew who attains success is part of a sinister conspiracy.

    We know there are some good Jews. Mondoweiss, for example. We merely assume that every Jew who attains success *and uses it to undermine America the way it used to be*, is part of a sinister conspiracy.

  85. @CJ
    SPLC Hate Tracker.

    Attention anonymi: Username available.

    Capital idea! Now I can stop living in the shadows. Thank you and Merry Hatemas!

  86. @njguy73
    Didn't Vatican II exonerate the Jews from Crucifixion guilt?

    Didn’t Vatican II exonerate the Jews …Correct. Replay showed the Pharisees did not maintain control through the entire crucifixion. If you look carefully at the video you can see the cross wiggle right when the last nail goes in.

    • LOL: Anonym
    • Replies: @Karl
    87 SPLC Hate Tracker > Replay showed the Pharisees did not maintain control through the entire crucifixion


    As a Christian, you are forced to believe either one of two things: (1) God the Father made a Big Mistake, because he intended that his kid to enjoy life hanging out on the beach at the Sea of Galilee and chase pussy; or (2) Jesus was sent to earth with mission-orders to get killed, so as to be the Sacrificial Lamb that wipes away sins (but only if you believe the story line).

    All the Apostles were ultimately nothing but generic bit players, except one: Judas
  87. @Dave Pinsen
    They're not saying #Christmas is a hate hashtag; they're saying that it's one of the hashtags the scary right wingers they track are participating in. They explain this on their site.

    https://twitter.com/dpinsen/status/945096696043917312

    They’re not saying #Christmas is a hate hashtag; they’re saying that it’s one of the hashtags the scary right wingers they track are participating in. They explain this on their site.

    If hateful, scary right wingers talk about the outcome of the Sugar Bowl or exchange chile recipes, does that make football and chile hateful, scary, and right-wing?

  88. Perhaps the SPLC is too unplugged-in to get it, but the real 1488, alt-right crowd aren’t especially keen on Chrisitanity. If they are mentioning Jesus, it is only in the context of deriding Christians for believing in “Muh Jesus” and worshipping a “Jew on a stick”.

  89. @Steve Sailer
    Right, the Twitter accounts that are tracked could agree upon hashtags recounting embarrassing true facts about, say, the life of Morris Dees and then have the SPLC tweet them out for them.

    Right, the Twitter accounts that are tracked could agree upon hashtags recounting embarrassing true facts about, say, the life of Morris Dees and then have the SPLC tweet them out for them.

    This sounds like much fun! Get the word out.

    • Agree: Malcolm X-Lax
  90. More “hate” has been spotted:

  91. @dfordoom


    That’s what our society has come to. An Islamic takeover might well have more upsides than downsides.
     
    It is not necessary to adopt an enemy’s practices, beliefs in total and submit to them. To beat them though, one may adopt practices that are useful.

     

    I don't see Islam as an enemy. I'm against immigration because I'd like my culture to survive and not be swamped by other cultures. But I have nothing against Islam as such.

    I do see progressives and feminists as real enemies.

    But I agree with you that it's not necessary to adopt another group's beliefs in order to learn useful strategies from them. At this point I'd be happy to adopt useful strategies from anybody.

    Islam faces the same enemies we do. Especially progressives and feminists. The difference is that Islam doesn't intend to surrender.

    I don’t see Islam as an enemy. I’m against immigration because I’d like my culture to survive and not be swamped by other cultures. But I have nothing against Islam as such.

    Followers of Islam wish to kill or convert me as a general principle. They may not get around to it in my lifetime but that is the end goal. We have numerous Muslims within our countries. That’s going to become a problem.

    It’s a bit like smallpox. I suppose I don’t mind smallpox kept at liquid nitrogen temperature in a vial somewhere for scientific purposes. And likewise due to the nature of the internet the Koran and hadiths will never be forgotten. As for its followers I don’t want them to remain in European majority countries and I am mostly agnostic as to how it gets done, but favor cheaper and more permanent solutions.

    • Replies: @Mr. Anon

    We have numerous Muslims within our countries. That’s going to become a problem.
     
    The real problem is not the Muslims; it is those who facilitated and continue to facilitate their arrival here.
  92. @SPLC Hate Tracker
    Didn’t Vatican II exonerate the Jews …Correct. Replay showed the Pharisees did not maintain control through the entire crucifixion. If you look carefully at the video you can see the cross wiggle right when the last nail goes in.

    87 SPLC Hate Tracker > Replay showed the Pharisees did not maintain control through the entire crucifixion

    As a Christian, you are forced to believe either one of two things: (1) God the Father made a Big Mistake, because he intended that his kid to enjoy life hanging out on the beach at the Sea of Galilee and chase pussy; or (2) Jesus was sent to earth with mission-orders to get killed, so as to be the Sacrificial Lamb that wipes away sins (but only if you believe the story line).

    All the Apostles were ultimately nothing but generic bit players, except one: Judas

    • Replies: @Rosamond Vincy
    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_ukJoR7KkHD4/TGREMwGTkfI/AAAAAAAAEw0/2_X0rm5IgW0/s1600/mary+comforts+eve.jpg
    , @El Dato

    All the Apostles were ultimately nothing but generic bit players, except one: Judas
     
    Ah, Judas....

    Without that guy, it would all have been a damp squib.

    He may have been on the inside track.

    Still, experts can befuddle: Scholars are divided on the interpretation of the text. The first modern publication of the gospel contended that the text portrays Judas in a positive light, while other scholars have asserted that Judas is presented negatively. There is no consensus on how Judas is characterized in this gospel.

    Looks like people are trying to get signal from noise, as is the earthly custom.

    Philip K. Dick at least had his pink phosphorescence revelations for some certainty (as autobiographically recounted in "VALIS" (1081) with a revelation encoded in "Flow My Tears, The Policeman Said" (1974), or that's what is being said. More noise? It's enough to make one go all Shinto.)

    Anyway, what was I saying? Ah, yes: Milan police detain Gambian migrant for attempting to snatch cross from Christmas tree


    The incident came just a few days after the square was turned into a Tunisian marketplace by the Tunisian Tourist Board which rented the downtown square for a weekend. For this occasion, a giant Arabic gate was set up facing the Christmas tree.

    The idea aimed at promoting Tunisian music, dance, crafts, arts and culture to woo potential tourists did not sit well with some of the locals, who saw it as a sign of an alien culture’s encroachment on Italy’s traditions. “After the Tunisian gate in the middle of the square, all we needed was an African citizen trying to steal the symbols of Christmas,” Riccardo De Corato, Milan’s former deputy mayor, told ANSA.
     

    Top Kek.
    , @Autochthon
    Jorge Borges explored this idea compellingly in his Ficciones.
    , @Hibernian
    I wouldn't call Peter a bit player; he was the first Pope. Also Doubting Thomas had a great impact on our culture.
  93. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @CK
    The Japanese car companies are all aiming at the mixed marriage market.
    The car insurers appear to be aiming at the single inept woman driver market.

    The auto insurance commercials I’ve seen all show inept white males running their cars into bushes, telephone poles, store fronts, houses, what have you; while black people and white females watch, dismayed and dispirited. I guess everyone’s supposed to identify with this. In TV-land black people never do anything wrong, and everything wrong is done to them. They call TV a mirror on society. Well, mirrors do show everything in reverse, don’t they.

  94. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @Allen
    Eh... I've seen plenty of alt-right types bring up Irving Berlin's White Christmas as a sign of the sinister Jewish plan to subvert Christmas, but there's really nothing malicious behind it.

    Irving Berlin was a very popular, and talented songwriter, and his bosses at Paramount pictures demanded that he write a song for each major holiday. Because he didn't grow up celebrating Christmas he wrote about the parts he could connect with: snow, family, etc. Interestingly, Berlin originally wrote the melody for a potential Astaire/Rodgers romantic film and only added holiday lyrics later.

    I can't say I really blame him. If I was given the task to write a song about Ramadan I'd probably fixate on externals like fasting and eating dates rather than trying to discuss theology I didn't understand.

    I've sometimes seen people make similar criticisms about Berlin's song Easter Parade, but the same story applies. Berlin wrote new holiday-themed lyrics for an earlier song to complete the same assignment from Paramount.

    Anyway, I think the alt-right shoots itself in the foot to assume every Jew who attains success is part of a sinister conspiracy. Winston Churchill in his article Zionism versus Bolshevism made a distinction between the dangerous International Jews (communists) and the loyal National Jews. I'd argue Irving Berlin falls in the later category.

    If nothing else can't we give him credit for writing the religious tinged God Bless America which infuriated the Liberals of his day (like Woody Guthrie who wrote This Land is Your Land as a retort) and continues to infuriate them today. Note that Berlin wrote his song as a sincere prayer even though he himself was agnostic.

    I agree with you. People who use the likes of Irving Berlin (barely a religious man to begin with) to further their anti-semitism tend to raise hackles for no good reason, and end up being counter-productive. But every stripe and flavor of mankind has its fools; why should the alt-right be any different?

  95. @donut
    Hate tracker ? WTF? The officially approved media spews hate 24/7 . Non stop demands that we go to war with N. Korea and Iran and Syria and Russia . What do those places have that we want so bad ?

    Hate tracker ? WTF? The officially approved media spews hate 24/7 . Non stop demands that we go to war with N. Korea and Iran and Syria and Russia . What do those places have that we want so bad ?

    refugees?

  96. @Karl
    87 SPLC Hate Tracker > Replay showed the Pharisees did not maintain control through the entire crucifixion


    As a Christian, you are forced to believe either one of two things: (1) God the Father made a Big Mistake, because he intended that his kid to enjoy life hanging out on the beach at the Sea of Galilee and chase pussy; or (2) Jesus was sent to earth with mission-orders to get killed, so as to be the Sacrificial Lamb that wipes away sins (but only if you believe the story line).

    All the Apostles were ultimately nothing but generic bit players, except one: Judas

  97. @Anonym
    I don’t see Islam as an enemy. I’m against immigration because I’d like my culture to survive and not be swamped by other cultures. But I have nothing against Islam as such.

    Followers of Islam wish to kill or convert me as a general principle. They may not get around to it in my lifetime but that is the end goal. We have numerous Muslims within our countries. That's going to become a problem.

    It's a bit like smallpox. I suppose I don't mind smallpox kept at liquid nitrogen temperature in a vial somewhere for scientific purposes. And likewise due to the nature of the internet the Koran and hadiths will never be forgotten. As for its followers I don't want them to remain in European majority countries and I am mostly agnostic as to how it gets done, but favor cheaper and more permanent solutions.

    We have numerous Muslims within our countries. That’s going to become a problem.

    The real problem is not the Muslims; it is those who facilitated and continue to facilitate their arrival here.

    • Replies: @Anonym
    The real problem is not the Muslims; it is those who facilitated and continue to facilitate their arrival here.

    Those groups are at least as much an enemy - they are the HIV and the Muslims and all the rest are the secondary infections. With a compromised immune system, the secondary infections can be deadly.

    If you were to break that group of facilitators into enemies of the people, as it were, who are they and what should be done about them?
    , @dfordoom

    The real problem is not the Muslims; it is those who facilitated and continue to facilitate their arrival here.
     
    Agreed. They have also weakened our culture to the point that most people no longer even want to defend it.

    And it suits them to have us focusing on hating Muslims rather than hating our real enemies.
  98. @Karl
    87 SPLC Hate Tracker > Replay showed the Pharisees did not maintain control through the entire crucifixion


    As a Christian, you are forced to believe either one of two things: (1) God the Father made a Big Mistake, because he intended that his kid to enjoy life hanging out on the beach at the Sea of Galilee and chase pussy; or (2) Jesus was sent to earth with mission-orders to get killed, so as to be the Sacrificial Lamb that wipes away sins (but only if you believe the story line).

    All the Apostles were ultimately nothing but generic bit players, except one: Judas

    All the Apostles were ultimately nothing but generic bit players, except one: Judas

    Ah, Judas….

    Without that guy, it would all have been a damp squib.

    He may have been on the inside track.

    Still, experts can befuddle: Scholars are divided on the interpretation of the text. The first modern publication of the gospel contended that the text portrays Judas in a positive light, while other scholars have asserted that Judas is presented negatively. There is no consensus on how Judas is characterized in this gospel.

    Looks like people are trying to get signal from noise, as is the earthly custom.

    Philip K. Dick at least had his pink phosphorescence revelations for some certainty (as autobiographically recounted in “VALIS” (1081) with a revelation encoded in “Flow My Tears, The Policeman Said” (1974), or that’s what is being said. More noise? It’s enough to make one go all Shinto.)

    Anyway, what was I saying? Ah, yes: Milan police detain Gambian migrant for attempting to snatch cross from Christmas tree

    The incident came just a few days after the square was turned into a Tunisian marketplace by the Tunisian Tourist Board which rented the downtown square for a weekend. For this occasion, a giant Arabic gate was set up facing the Christmas tree.

    The idea aimed at promoting Tunisian music, dance, crafts, arts and culture to woo potential tourists did not sit well with some of the locals, who saw it as a sign of an alien culture’s encroachment on Italy’s traditions. “After the Tunisian gate in the middle of the square, all we needed was an African citizen trying to steal the symbols of Christmas,” Riccardo De Corato, Milan’s former deputy mayor, told ANSA.

    Top Kek.

  99. @Karl
    87 SPLC Hate Tracker > Replay showed the Pharisees did not maintain control through the entire crucifixion


    As a Christian, you are forced to believe either one of two things: (1) God the Father made a Big Mistake, because he intended that his kid to enjoy life hanging out on the beach at the Sea of Galilee and chase pussy; or (2) Jesus was sent to earth with mission-orders to get killed, so as to be the Sacrificial Lamb that wipes away sins (but only if you believe the story line).

    All the Apostles were ultimately nothing but generic bit players, except one: Judas

    Jorge Borges explored this idea compellingly in his Ficciones.

  100. @Mr. Anon

    We have numerous Muslims within our countries. That’s going to become a problem.
     
    The real problem is not the Muslims; it is those who facilitated and continue to facilitate their arrival here.

    The real problem is not the Muslims; it is those who facilitated and continue to facilitate their arrival here.

    Those groups are at least as much an enemy – they are the HIV and the Muslims and all the rest are the secondary infections. With a compromised immune system, the secondary infections can be deadly.

    If you were to break that group of facilitators into enemies of the people, as it were, who are they and what should be done about them?

    • Replies: @dfordoom

    If you were to break that group of facilitators into enemies of the people, as it were, who are they
     
    You can start with bankers. Pretty much every mega-corporation. The entire political establishment. The entire mainstream media. The entire entertainment industry. The whole of academia.

    and what should be done about them?
     
    The first step is to understand that democracy as practised in the modern West is a farce. All politicians are vicious and corrupt. All of them. Every single one.

    Break up the mega-corporations. Close down all university departments apart from the handful that do something useful, like engineering and medicine. Close down all the others. That includes the pseudo-sciences like psychology and climate science. Break up the big media and entertainment conglomerates.

    As for the individuals involved, give them productive work to do. Digging ditches. Washing dishes. Driving cabs. Waitressing. Fruit picking. Refuse collection. Introduce them to the real world.
  101. @notice
    36,000 black-on-white rapes per year, numerous black-on-white-beatings uploaded weekly to WorldStarHipHop, and hastag "Jesus" is what the SPLC throws up on their hate tracker screen.


    BTW--- I'm sure all those single black women really appreciate the 7 or 8 television commercials featuring white men and their black girlfriends this Christmas season. Not realistic at all.

    Spoilers:

    Did anyone else notice that in the new Netflix movie Bright Will Smith is (once again) a literal magical Negro with a white wife?

    • Replies: @El Dato
    It's a tradition!

    OT: How come RT brings so many funny stories to the table?

    French magazine Youpi had to withdraw its January issue for making the “mistake” of putting Israel next to North Korea as examples of not “real countries.”

    Enormous amounts of butthurt ensue:


    “Shocked by this lie taught to children. Such rhetoric [huh?] can only encourage anti-Zionism, inseparable from anti-Semitism,” Aliza Bin Noun, the ambassador of Israel to France, said on Twitter, while tagging French President Emmanuel Macron.

    Francis Kalifat, the president of CRIF (the Federation of Jewish Communities and Organizations of France) condemned the cards, calling them a “factual lie and a flagrant one at that.”
     
  102. All the Apostles were ultimately nothing but generic bit players, except one: Judas

    This being iSteve, I first read that as “genetic bit players,” and thought, eh, this guy has a point.

    But you might want to check out the sequels. Those bit players become the stars and conquer the known world.

    • Replies: @Rosamond Vincy
    Amen. In every sense of the word.
  103. @Dave Pinsen
    They're not saying #Christmas is a hate hashtag; they're saying that it's one of the hashtags the scary right wingers they track are participating in. They explain this on their site.

    https://twitter.com/dpinsen/status/945096696043917312

    I assumed that was their methodology. If they keep this up, though, they’re guaranteeing four more years of Trump.

  104. @Percy Gryce

    All the Apostles were ultimately nothing but generic bit players, except one: Judas
     
    This being iSteve, I first read that as "genetic bit players," and thought, eh, this guy has a point.

    But you might want to check out the sequels. Those bit players become the stars and conquer the known world.

    Amen. In every sense of the word.

    • Agree: Percy Gryce
  105. @Percy Gryce
    Spoilers:

    Did anyone else notice that in the new Netflix movie Bright Will Smith is (once again) a literal magical Negro with a white wife?

    It’s a tradition!

    OT: How come RT brings so many funny stories to the table?

    French magazine Youpi had to withdraw its January issue for making the “mistake” of putting Israel next to North Korea as examples of not “real countries.”

    Enormous amounts of butthurt ensue:

    “Shocked by this lie taught to children. Such rhetoric [huh?] can only encourage anti-Zionism, inseparable from anti-Semitism,” Aliza Bin Noun, the ambassador of Israel to France, said on Twitter, while tagging French President Emmanuel Macron.

    Francis Kalifat, the president of CRIF (the Federation of Jewish Communities and Organizations of France) condemned the cards, calling them a “factual lie and a flagrant one at that.”

  106. @Mr. Anon

    We have numerous Muslims within our countries. That’s going to become a problem.
     
    The real problem is not the Muslims; it is those who facilitated and continue to facilitate their arrival here.

    The real problem is not the Muslims; it is those who facilitated and continue to facilitate their arrival here.

    Agreed. They have also weakened our culture to the point that most people no longer even want to defend it.

    And it suits them to have us focusing on hating Muslims rather than hating our real enemies.

  107. @Karl
    87 SPLC Hate Tracker > Replay showed the Pharisees did not maintain control through the entire crucifixion


    As a Christian, you are forced to believe either one of two things: (1) God the Father made a Big Mistake, because he intended that his kid to enjoy life hanging out on the beach at the Sea of Galilee and chase pussy; or (2) Jesus was sent to earth with mission-orders to get killed, so as to be the Sacrificial Lamb that wipes away sins (but only if you believe the story line).

    All the Apostles were ultimately nothing but generic bit players, except one: Judas

    I wouldn’t call Peter a bit player; he was the first Pope. Also Doubting Thomas had a great impact on our culture.

  108. @Neoconned
    I was in the anti war movement and I backed Obama both times including over Hillary in 2008.

    I noticed around 2013 or so the SJWs started to turn on white Bernie types like me.

    They didn't know a thing about healthcare or socialism or whatever.

    But they sure knew how to scream racism and blow up social media w stupid shit that didn't matter.

    It didn't take long....maybe to 2014 or so before I was accused of being a stormfronter and blah blah.

    I basically stopped posting online on message forums and attempting to turn political arguments towards economic or antiwar topics.

    These people I could tell just hated white men. That was it and that was the only tie that binded them together.

    A few of the white ones were smarmy social media hounds who hated religion and judeo Christian culture to the point of lunacy.

    Being a relatively secular but nominal Christian they always turned me off because they didn't believe in tolerance but in vengeful direct action activism and trouble making...

    These are the same types that run the SPLC.....

    That's why I call the identity politics types "one issue liberals"....all they care about is their ethnic or identity Bloc...they don't buy MLKs idea of inclusion....they're Farrakhan/la Raza racial supremacy types....

    What’s this “Judeo Christian culture” crap?

    • Replies: @dfordoom

    What’s this “Judeo Christian culture” crap?
     
    Agreed. There ain't no such thing.
  109. sheesh..hahaaaa. I think, in the first time in history, after becoming a citizen of the USA, neither political party really (rilly) has a sense of wonder and goodness anymore…and like, basic sense; sense about Christmas. The Christian deniers can no longer celebrate with trees and all…I do declare! They are not allowed to have trees or lights…or greens of any kind! Non true Christian Christmas celebrators can no longer have Christmas! hahhaaaa

  110. @Bill Jones
    What's this "Judeo Christian culture" crap?

    What’s this “Judeo Christian culture” crap?

    Agreed. There ain’t no such thing.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    Agreed as well, but there's lately a major contingent here contending otherwise.

    UNZ.COM has become important enough to get infiltrated.

    Is that a good thing or a bad thing??
  111. @dfordoom

    What’s this “Judeo Christian culture” crap?
     
    Agreed. There ain't no such thing.

    Agreed as well, but there’s lately a major contingent here contending otherwise.

    UNZ.COM has become important enough to get infiltrated.

    Is that a good thing or a bad thing??

  112. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @Alfa158
    Well, the SPLC hates people who love Jesus and Christmas, so in a convoluted sense those could be said to be trending tweets that are related to hate. I suppose.

    Straight out of 1984, the SPLC is the opposite of what it claims to be. Instead of this selfless Ministry of Truth that spreads valuable wisdom of who is spreading destructive hatred, it is a megaphone of disinformation propaganda to spread hatred of those who oppose genocidal hatred of Gentile whites for selfish reasons (filling the pockets of the elites who control it).

  113. @Anonymous
    Of course, the same (((tribe))) running Twitter, Google, and Youtube are running the SPLC. The current SPLC president is Richard Cohen, their most virulent writers are of the Jew.

    All just a Cohencidence I’m sure.

  114. @Anonym
    The real problem is not the Muslims; it is those who facilitated and continue to facilitate their arrival here.

    Those groups are at least as much an enemy - they are the HIV and the Muslims and all the rest are the secondary infections. With a compromised immune system, the secondary infections can be deadly.

    If you were to break that group of facilitators into enemies of the people, as it were, who are they and what should be done about them?

    If you were to break that group of facilitators into enemies of the people, as it were, who are they

    You can start with bankers. Pretty much every mega-corporation. The entire political establishment. The entire mainstream media. The entire entertainment industry. The whole of academia.

    and what should be done about them?

    The first step is to understand that democracy as practised in the modern West is a farce. All politicians are vicious and corrupt. All of them. Every single one.

    Break up the mega-corporations. Close down all university departments apart from the handful that do something useful, like engineering and medicine. Close down all the others. That includes the pseudo-sciences like psychology and climate science. Break up the big media and entertainment conglomerates.

    As for the individuals involved, give them productive work to do. Digging ditches. Washing dishes. Driving cabs. Waitressing. Fruit picking. Refuse collection. Introduce them to the real world.

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