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Sorry, Ivanka, but America needs a new Presidential Son-in-Law.

From Politico:

As Trump rages over border, Kushner quietly plans legal immigration boost

Hardline activists are ready to oppose any move to expand immigration.

By ANITA KUMAR 04/03/2019 05:02 AM EDT

You might almost get the impression that people named “Kumar” want more of their relatives let into this country.

 
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  1. Meanwhile in France: https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-47772604

    It never ceases to amaze how, despite all the Alpha IQs here, all you lot have managed to do is whine and lose, every time.

    Will never stop being hilarious.

    • Replies: @Lot
    @Nigerian Nationalist

    “all you lot have managed to do is whine and lose, every time.

    Will never stop being hilarious.”


    Hahahahah


    https://i.pinimg.com/736x/58/19/47/5819472c76626250ebb46434c2a726ed--king-leopold-belgian-congo.jpg

    https://i.imgur.com/2JkINa1_d.jpg?maxwidth=640&shape=thumb&fidelity=medium

    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-uIF3K9_fu1c/Tr1dEGfklHI/AAAAAAAAHzM/pODS1ijH0Ok/s1600/race-and-iq.png

    Replies: @Nigerian Nationalist

    , @larry lurker
    @Nigerian Nationalist


    Will never stop being hilarious.
     
    Weird. I honestly thought you were a based ethnonationalist ally. Guess I need to lurk moar.

    Replies: @Nigerian Nationalist

    , @Athletic and Whitesplosive
    @Nigerian Nationalist

    Well "nigerian nationalist", how does the best and brightest of your backward dump of a homeland leaving to become non-productive social parasites (not least of which is this comically moronic-looking pet of Macron's) in France advance Nigerian nationalism exactly?

    Replies: @Nigerian Nationalist

    , @dr kill
    @Nigerian Nationalist

    I thought it was black men that macron favored with his glance and caress. Is this one a tranny? Or she has a brother that he finds attractive.

    , @Charles Erwin Wilson
    @Nigerian Nationalist


    It never ceases to amaze how, despite all the Alpha IQs here, all you lot have managed to do is whine and lose, every time.
     
    Summon the demon my friend. And do it again and again, just as you have. And when it is your turn to pay the price, remember it was you doing the summoning.

    Replies: @Nigerian Nationalist

    , @Peacelover
    @Nigerian Nationalist

    What makes u say not winning?
    I think getting everything that was wanted.
    Payback on woman for all the divorce rape.

  2. It’ll never happen.

    How about splitting the difference and keeping the number the same, but with a larger percentage of high-skilled immigrants?

    • Replies: @Joseph Doaks
    @IHTG

    How about ending immigration and training Americans for the necessary skills?

    Preferring already-trained highly skilled foreigners is simply supporting corporate greed on the one hand and screwing the American people on the other.

    If a corporation needs certain skills, the corporation should hire Americans and train them as needed.

    Replies: @Rosie

    , @binkyxz3
    @IHTG

    Only if those immigrants come from countries with a HIGHER standard of living than the US. Otherwise, we impoverish that country by taking that resource and exacerbate our refugee problem.

    , @Anonymous
    @IHTG


    It’ll never happen.
     
    Why not?
  3. To quote Mike Ledeen, “Faster, please.”

  4. Trump should boost legal immigration numbers to 5 million a year because 5 dollar whores are 5 dollars too expensive.

  5. It is noted in the piece that anything Jared comes up with must go through Stephen Miller for his approval FIRST before it gets to DRUMPF. This is notable.

    Second, the more egregious example in the piece is not Kumar, but Jorge Lima from the Koch-to-pus’ “Americans for Prosperity”.

    The Kochs and their billions have been wrong about everything – GOP electoral politics, Trump, immigration. WHY DO THEY GET A SEAT AT THE TABLE?

    Finally, Jess Vaughan of the CIS is the best. Asking why Trump is allowing Jared pursue “Comprehensive Immigration Reform” when the border is at DEFCON 5 is the right question for which there is no good answer.

    • Replies: @res
    @DCThrowback


    It is noted in the piece that anything Jared comes up with must go through Stephen Miller for his approval FIRST before it gets to DRUMPF. This is notable.
     
    Indeed. If true that is a very important point. Thanks for making it. Here is the relevant part of the article.

    Stephen Miller, a senior White House adviser and influential hard-liner on immigration, has not attended most of Kushner’s meetings, according to a half-dozen attendees. But Miller — whose restrictionist views have slowed past compromise efforts — must sign off on any plan before Trump does, according to some familiar with the situation.
     
    Immediately followed by.

    But hawkish immigration activists, who have been frustrated with Trump’s relentless focus on a border wall, are worried that the president will be influenced by Kushner’s more moderate views on immigration and will fail to fulfill his campaign pledge to crack down on immigration. Trump already has spoken about expanding legal immigration at least four times this year.
     
    Comments there are terrible. How does Disqus manage to effectively censor crimethink yet utterly fails with spam?

    Replies: @EliteCommInc., @ben tillman

    , @Dave Gorak
    @DCThrowback

    If you're trying to say the border situation is as bad as it can be, then DEFCON1- not 5 -is the descriptor you should be using.

    Replies: @DCThrowback

    , @Dtbb
    @DCThrowback

    Isn't DEFCON 1 more appropriate?

    , @CrunchybutRealistCon
    @DCThrowback

    There's a dangerous autism afoot or maybe just stubborn bloody mindedness.
    Even on Luke Ford's show you have Kyle babbling about how attracting high IQ immigrants to the West could be a big Win.
    Imagine seeing countries like those in Africa, Central America, or even in most of Asia, and thinking:
    "What would be ideal is if the West sucked up these countries' top 10% of higher IQ citizens and brought them here. Heaven knows that Guatemala, Ghana, Bangladesh & Indonesia are overburdened with law abiding, innovative, high IQ people. We must bring them to the West since the 3rd World is simply too stable & too prosperous."

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Anonymous

  6. There is no such thing as a labor shortage. There is a shortage of businesses that want to pay a market clearing wage. Those businesses that cannot pay competitive wages should step aside and make way for businesses than can compete.

    • Replies: @Charles Erwin Wilson
    @Paul


    There is a shortage of businesses that want to pay a market clearing wage.
     
    True.
  7. That’s indeed Trump’s problem – hiring and listening to the wrong people. OK, Kushner was never hired, but that’s even more reason he shouldn’t have any input into policy. How did Trump get anywhere as a businessman by hiring and/or listening to the wrong people?

    A divorce of the first daughter and son-in-law in America today would be just as important as those arranged marriages among the Princes and Princesses of Europe back in the Middle Ages. In the old days the Pope may have had some input too, and he could have recommended Steven and Ivanka for the good of Christendom. Too bad we have this good-for-nothing, lame-ass Commie so-called Pope now.

  8. I wouldn’t let my daughter marry a scoundrel like Jared. He looks like a young Montgomery Burns. Cowardly, sneaky, greedy and untrustworthy.
    Donald Trump must have needed the money and the connections.

    • Replies: @Twinkie
    @BB753


    I wouldn’t let my daughter marry a scoundrel like Jared. He looks like a young Montgomery Burns. Cowardly, sneaky, greedy and untrustworthy.
    Donald Trump must have needed the money and the connections.
     
    Look at his father.

    Jared Kushner gives off that Rasputin vibe, minus any magnetic charm. So, just creepy, I guess.

    Replies: @Charles Erwin Wilson, @Jenner Ickham Errican

  9. anon[325] • Disclaimer says:

    I saw some goofball on 8chan pretending to be a whistleblower – alternatively, I saw a real-live whistleblower – saying Kushner’s large and in charge in the White House, and that Trump sold out all his campaign promises in exchange for Kushner’s and Netanyahu’s help making Ivanka president in a few years’s time. He had a good line, something like “it’s the most expensive case of ‘Daddy, buy me a pony!’ in history.”

    He also said that Jews secretly rule the world and the US gov’t made contact with aliens.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @anon

    The best I saw on 4chan pol a month ago or so was a picture of an orthodox Jew next to Trump in the Oval Office saying something to the effect of "Now Mr Trump, Epstein has provided us with some good photos, you will open the borders and do everything else we tell you to do." It was posted by an Israeli flag too.

    I wish I had saved it or screencapped it.

    Replies: @Olorin

  10. OT and no need to publish – Steve I am on latest Android chrome mobile browser and for some reason I dont see your April fundraiser post. I see the title not the post … other posts look normal. I think this was happening the other day as well.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @Paul Rise

    Thanks.

    I wonder why ...

  11. “Trump Must Fire Jared Kushner Now and Replace Him with Stephen Miller”

    This is a guest post by Charles Pewitt?

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @YetAnotherAnon

    Not enough adjectives.

    , @Charles Pewitt
    @YetAnotherAnon


    “Trump Must Fire Jared Kushner Now and Replace Him with Stephen Miller”

     


    This is a guest post by Charles Pewitt?

     

    Trump MUST Be Challenged In The 2020 GOP Presidential Primary From The White Core American Center Of The USA!

    Sailer MUST Moderate My Comment On Through Where I Modestly Suggest Financially Liquidating Jared Kushner And Then Deporting Kushner To Sub-Saharan Africa.

    MUST We Tolerate This Abuse And Tyranny From Trump Much Longer?

    No, We MUST Not!

    This above all: to thine own self be true, And it MUST follow, as the night the day, Thou canst not then be false to any man. William Shakespeare (1564 - 1616) ...
  12. You might almost get the impression that people named “Kumar” want more of their relatives let into this country.

    You might almost get the impression that people named ‘Kushner’ want more people named ‘Kumar’ let into the country

  13. Send Kushner to Israel to work on their border. Nobody here cares where it is drawn.

    We have a legit border. It just needs defended.

  14. Hey Trump Staff that read Sailer:

    Have the President echo Obama’s line about “having more flexibility after the election.”

  15. I have become Jared Kushner, THE DESTROYER OF WORLDS!

  16. But Trump himself has publicly said he also supports higher levels of legal immigration, a priority generally supported by a business community short on skilled workers.

    Shortage of skilled American workers! You think these geniuses would understand the concept of feedback.

    If someone as pro-Trump as me is getting pissed, then Trump is in trouble in 2020.

    • Agree: Joseph Doaks
    • Replies: @Jack Hanson
    @Paul Yarbles

    I'm off the Trump Train. Paint me firmly accelerationist. There is no border, Princess Jared is running things, and full scale systemic collapse looks like an improvement over the status quo.

    Replies: @Bubba, @Chrisnonymous

    , @Bubba
    @Paul Yarbles


    If someone as pro-Trump as me is getting pissed, then Trump is in trouble in 2020.
     
    Amen brother! I went to several Trump rallies where "Build the Wall!" and "Lock Her Up!" echoed loudly.

    Now it's clear that the border would have been better protected with Hillary or Jeb! as president. Who'd a thunk that 2 or 3 years ago.
    , @Anonymous
    @Paul Yarbles


    Shortage of skilled American workers! You think these geniuses would understand the concept of feedback.
     
    What do you mean by this? What is the "feedback" concept?
  17. You might almost get the impression that people named “Kumar” want more of their relatives let into this country.

    Indeed. Or into the UK.

    https://www.facebook.com/bbccomedy/videos/1463196323789531/

    • Replies: @bomag
    @PiltdownMan

    What a rank propaganda piece.

    I notice he doesn't call for more immigration into HIS native country.

    I don't know how much input Nish Kumar had in crafting this piece, but it certainly had the "pimp eye" for pushing a narrative: using humor; citing 'comprehensive studies'; repeating key points; pushing expert opinion; etc.

    Yes, yes, you flawed person who maybe has some value. Go into this room and have sex with these men. It's for the best.

    , @Lurker
    @PiltdownMan

    The only person we'll tolerate facts from any more is David Attenborough . . . by which he means the only WHITE person we'll tolerate facts from any more is David Attenborough.

    Deport.

    , @DFH
    @PiltdownMan

    We already had plenty of unfunny native British comedians without needing to import more.

  18. 2020 will be a landslide win for Democrats as long as Jared keeps the border open and dumps more illegal aliens into Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin (all razor-thin wins for Trump).

    Trump hasn’t gained a single voter since he was inaugurated and has completely lost touch with his base that elected him. He tweets threats and then does nothing.

    • Agree: Daniel H, Hail
  19. @PiltdownMan

    You might almost get the impression that people named “Kumar” want more of their relatives let into this country.
     
    Indeed. Or into the UK.

    https://www.facebook.com/bbccomedy/videos/1463196323789531/

    Replies: @bomag, @Lurker, @DFH

    What a rank propaganda piece.

    I notice he doesn’t call for more immigration into HIS native country.

    I don’t know how much input Nish Kumar had in crafting this piece, but it certainly had the “pimp eye” for pushing a narrative: using humor; citing ‘comprehensive studies’; repeating key points; pushing expert opinion; etc.

    Yes, yes, you flawed person who maybe has some value. Go into this room and have sex with these men. It’s for the best.

  20. Trump is controlled opposition. Kurshner is in sync with Trump’s handlers so there is no way he will go away.

    We get the worst of both worlds with Trump. Orange Man Bad fires up the left while replacements swamp us. He fools the normie republicans into thinking he is fighting for them. This buys time for the Democrats. If Trump makes it to 2024 he will insure the left achieves it goals.

    • Agree: Rosie
  21. None of this would have happened if Harvard hadn’t let Jared buy his way in over far more qualified genderqueer women of jaundice.

    Haven’t you, at some point, made enough money Harvard?

    • Replies: @captflee
    @Desiderius

    Hear, hear, sir!

    , @dr kill
    @Desiderius

    I'm thinking Trump might have had an auction for Ivanka, has he ever missed a chance to make a score? Think what the Kosher Nostra would pay to become legit. Kushtred, son of Kushtred of Belarusburg, oath man to POTUS, waiting for his Kingdom.

  22. @PiltdownMan

    You might almost get the impression that people named “Kumar” want more of their relatives let into this country.
     
    Indeed. Or into the UK.

    https://www.facebook.com/bbccomedy/videos/1463196323789531/

    Replies: @bomag, @Lurker, @DFH

    The only person we’ll tolerate facts from any more is David Attenborough . . . by which he means the only WHITE person we’ll tolerate facts from any more is David Attenborough.

    Deport.

    • Agree: PiltdownMan
  23. @PiltdownMan

    You might almost get the impression that people named “Kumar” want more of their relatives let into this country.
     
    Indeed. Or into the UK.

    https://www.facebook.com/bbccomedy/videos/1463196323789531/

    Replies: @bomag, @Lurker, @DFH

    We already had plenty of unfunny native British comedians without needing to import more.

  24. Better Kumar than Goldenstein though. Indians are much dumber than Jews, more arrogant and sneering, and obviously you can tell the difference just by looking at them. They cannot blend in with whites.

  25. By now, I’m kinda hoping that the Democrats do impeach Trump. He’s proving to be just about entirely worthless. Not that the non-entity Pence would be an improvement.

  26. Trump Must Fire Jared Kushner Now and Replace Him with Stephen Miller

    Maybe somebody could put a prostitute in Jared’s way and send the video to Ivanka. Jared’s dad could offer some pointers on the process.

  27. I wonder how much Trump is being lied to, how much Trump has an actual plan to do something later for strategic or tactical purposes, how much he doesn’t actually care because he’s a big ideas guy not a details guy, or how much he really is trying but it being foiled by turncoats in his administration. I see lots of opinionating about all of this but I genuinely wonder how it all plays out. I wonder if we’ll ever know — I don’t trust any of the supposed insider accounts that come out.

  28. “If only Trump had won!”

    -Ann Coulter

  29. I don’t trust Miller. He cucked hard about Richard Spencer. Of course, he’s still much better than Kushner but that bar is so low I’m not even sure it’s off the ground.

    • Replies: @KarlUB
    @AndrewR

    Yeah. Fawning at protected Nazi-larpers is definitely the problem.

    Replies: @AndrewR

    , @Jack Hanson
    @AndrewR

    Richard fucking Spencer as your hill to die on. Holy shit my sides are to the moon.

    Throwing that idiot and his internet aristocrat LARP to one side speaks well of Miller, not badly.

    Replies: @AndrewR

    , @Mr. Anon
    @AndrewR


    I don’t trust Miller. He cucked hard about Richard Spencer. Of course, he’s still much better than Kushner but that bar is so low I’m not even sure it’s off the ground.
     
    Spencer made himself irrelevant with his fascist LARPing. Miller was under no obligation to defend him.

    Replies: @AndrewR, @Anonymous

    , @Anonymous
    @AndrewR


    I don’t trust Miller. He cucked hard about Richard Spencer.
     
    Why should anyone cape for Richard Spencer and Spencer's inflated ego?
  30. Stephen Miller was a Jeff Sessions guy (worked for him in the US Senate) and came in to Trump Admin with him. Super solid on immigration and so is Kris Kobach who just might be coming in to DHS. Keeping me fingers crossed on Kobach.
    ______________________

    NEWSWEEK
    DONALD TRUMP’S REPORTED CONTENDER FOR BORDER CZAR WROTE ONE OF AMERICA’S MOST ‘MEAN-SPIRITED’ ANTI-IMMIGRATION LAWS
    BY ALEXANDRA HUTZLER ON 4/2/19 AT 5:09 PM EDT

  31. Trump Must Fire Jared Kushner Now and Replace Him with Stephen Miller

    Miller ain’t tough enough, DAMMIT!

    Release the SHAKED!

    GET THIS JEW BROAD IN THE WHITE HOUSE NOW!

    Miller will piss his California pants when this Jew bitch starts barking orders!

    Trump Loves Jews?

    Get this damn Jew Ayelet Shaked the HELL in there!

    Attention Ayelet Shaked:

    We want an IMMIGRATION MORATORIUM NOW!

    We want all illegal alien invaders deported — NOW!

    Tweet from 2015:

  32. The other problem with Jared is that he’s soft on crime because his dad was sent to the pokey.

    • Replies: @Charles Pewitt
    @Dave Pinsen


    The other problem with Jared is that he’s soft on crime because his dad was sent to the pokey.

     

    M & M consolidator Chris Christie put Charles Kushner/Berkowitz in the clink!

    https://twitter.com/PatriotGinata/status/1112436443505442819
    , @Anonymous
    @Dave Pinsen


    The other problem with Jared is that he’s soft on crime because his dad was sent to the pokey.
     
    How do we know Jared isn't just wisely recognizing the need (assuming) to compromise, in order to get anything done on immigration? It's not like the Trump Administration has made much progress on immigration so far.

    Alternatively (but also consistent with that), wouldn't higher numbers of "jobs-based" immigrants be in line with the Trump Administration's heretofore announced policy of shifting from chain migration to skills based?

    Are you, Steve, Kaus, and Coulter being too hard on Jared?

    Replies: @Lot, @Buzz Mohawk, @Anonymous

    , @dr kill
    @Dave Pinsen

    I rate this statement as mostly true.

  33. Jared Kushner Is A Bolshevik Jew — It’s True!

  34. I don’t what to post anymore….the Democrats are obviously waging a genocidal race war against the Native Born White American Working Class…….the point of no return has been reached….it’s going to end very badly for White Folks……..The Alt Right is infatuated with a Chinese Oligarch who wants to massively increase the H1B…L1B Visa Program……

  35. @Dave Pinsen
    The other problem with Jared is that he’s soft on crime because his dad was sent to the pokey.

    Replies: @Charles Pewitt, @Anonymous, @dr kill

    The other problem with Jared is that he’s soft on crime because his dad was sent to the pokey.

    M & M consolidator Chris Christie put Charles Kushner/Berkowitz in the clink!

  36. Anonymous[173] • Disclaimer says:
    @Dave Pinsen
    The other problem with Jared is that he’s soft on crime because his dad was sent to the pokey.

    Replies: @Charles Pewitt, @Anonymous, @dr kill

    The other problem with Jared is that he’s soft on crime because his dad was sent to the pokey.

    How do we know Jared isn’t just wisely recognizing the need (assuming) to compromise, in order to get anything done on immigration? It’s not like the Trump Administration has made much progress on immigration so far.

    Alternatively (but also consistent with that), wouldn’t higher numbers of “jobs-based” immigrants be in line with the Trump Administration’s heretofore announced policy of shifting from chain migration to skills based?

    Are you, Steve, Kaus, and Coulter being too hard on Jared?

    • Replies: @Lot
    @Anonymous

    “being too hard on Jared?”

    I don’t think anyone has been hard on him his whole life.

    How about a 90% inheritance tax bracket for estates above $1 billion?

    Poor guy would only be able to buy one NFL team then.

    , @Buzz Mohawk
    @Anonymous

    ROTFLMAO

    , @Anonymous
    @Anonymous

    Are you, Steve, Kaus, and Coulter being too hard on Jared?

    Is that you, Jared?

  37. After letting out all the drug dealers, rapists, murderers and armed robbers to take over our streets with his idiotic prison reform bill, the Traitor-in-Chief Kushner is now plotting on how to finish off America by letting in the third world horde to take over all our jobs. Lucifer in the flesh will not stop until he’s completely killed off America. Trump is the biggest moron on the planet for allowing this POS treasonous rat in the WH. Now he too, is a treasonous rat in chief.

  38. istevefan says:

    At this point I honestly don’t know if Trump realizes that the USA is in the midst of the largest ever immigration wave of people across national boundaries in history. I believe the migration of rural Chinese to the cities over the past 3 decades has been larger. But as far as people moving into another nation, I don’t think anything rivals what we have seen since 1965, especially if one factors in the short time span.

    I thought he understood this based upon his campaign rhetoric. But with this SOTU speech promoting his desire for ‘record’ immigration, and now with all these stories about Jared, I’m beginning to wonder.

    Note to Trump: We’ve already set a record with immigration, and we have no intention on breaking it. Rather, we would like to set a record with peaceful repatriations. And we don’t mind if you take a giant chunk out of that f*cking ridiculous defense budget of yours to make it happen.

    • Agree: Ibound1
  39. 216 says:

    The administration expects us to be grateful for only adding 30K H-2B, rather than the full 60K they were allotted by Congress.

    I don’t fully comprehend why anyone aware of demographic data in the GOP can argue that mass immigration will do anything other than destroy the party’s electoral prospects. Precisely why will Asians/Hispanics reject the anti-white racism delivered by the Democrats? How do you stop the deterioration in religion without defunding academia?

    The only right-wing political party that has ever benefited from mass immigration is Likud.

    • Replies: @Clyde
    @216


    I don’t fully comprehend why anyone aware of demographic data in the GOP can argue that mass immigration will do anything other than destroy the party’s electoral prospects.
     
    Beacuse! The average GOP hack (RINO) in Congress or Senate is only thinking short term about his own (personal) prospects and what kinds of deals he can facilitate for his major donors. He wants their money so he can be re-elected. Let's take a GOP rep with wealthy agricultural interests in his district. He will cater to them on immigration. Dittos for a GOP hack with serious real estate operators and builders in his district. He does deals for them. Tries to get them tax breaks.
    The future of the GOP and America is at the bottom of his list of things to consider.
    Short term thinking.
    Short term thinking.
    Short term thinking.
    I am not original in saying that most GOP elected hacks in DC don't mind being in a (forever) minority party, just so long as they can push through deals for their big donors. Being under Democrat rule is less stressful for them, GOP hacks can point fingers at the Democrats for the GOP being unable to accomplish anything.
    This is what Trump is up against in addition to the Democrat party.
    This is why we have (virtually) open borders on our Mexican border. All Dem and GOP hacks in DC get a good laugh at the Americans who are very angry about this. These DC swamp critters are sociopaths. Working against the average American is how they get their rocks off.
    , @Chrisnonymous
    @216

    Do you think Kushner has the GOP's best interests in mind? I don't.

    Replies: @216

  40. Anonymous[151] • Disclaimer says:

    OT: Interesting piece in the Times on affirmative action, using Columbia as a case study

    https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/30/us/affirmative-action-50-years.html

    Some interesting concessions: affirmative action was done largely in response to MLK’s assassination, as a way to defuse racial tensions. In its initial implementation it was very haphazard, and even supporters admit that in retrospect they were flying blind and didn’t anticipate the problems that would arise. Wide range of life outcomes: Eric Holder was part of this cohort, but the 4-year graduation rate was still only ~50%.

    Also this part:

    In July 1972, Eldridge McKinney, a black sophomore at Columbia, shot the dean of students several times with a .38-caliber handgun. Mr. McKinney had been suspended for bad grades, and was angry that he was not reinstated, the police said. By one news account, he shouted “racist bastard” at the dean, who was white, before opening fire.

    Apparently he was never caught. WTF?

  41. Juan Cole (Informed Comment) has a nice bit about the Trump – Kushner – Kashoggi – Bezos – Qatar/666 5th Ave connection.

    Yet another reason to dump Kushner.

  42. @Desiderius
    None of this would have happened if Harvard hadn’t let Jared buy his way in over far more qualified genderqueer women of jaundice.

    Haven’t you, at some point, made enough money Harvard?

    Replies: @captflee, @dr kill

    Hear, hear, sir!

  43. “You might almost get the impression that people named “Kumar” want more of their relatives let into this country.”

    Just her sister Anitanother Kumar. No more.

  44. Babu Kumar from Ghandiland wants more of his/her? tribe let into the United States. Gee, what a surprise.

    Indians, among the shadiest people in the world. Always hustling.

  45. While I dislike Trump’s pandering, it is necessary at this time.

    1. Trump knows the power of a certain tribal group and placaing them here and there limits their hostilty to him. Jared helps do this.

    2. Trump also knows the Koch network is vile and awful just like the tribal group, but it is better to have them neutral as opposed to hostile. Jared helps do this.

    The libertarians have worked since WW2 to infiltrate and control American policy and thought, changing the Republican Party from the nationalist party it was historically into a pro-oligarchs party it was pre-Trump.

    Change does not happen over night, especially when it has been 75 years building the other way.

    3. Trump is a civic nationalist. Moving from that mindset is difficult. I believe he truly is happy with improved black and Hispanic unemployment numbers. Jared helps with this as well.

    4. Trump has great instincts and successful lowered the voting rates among certain key Democratic groups, not by voter suppression tactics, but by getting them to stay home voluntarily. Certain key Democratic groups also like Trump a lot because he triggers their social desires to follow the rich the strong and the powerful.

    Jared is a liability, but he gives Trump cover and serves his needs. Miller is great and unless Miller loses power, I am not worried about Trump.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Gaius Gracchus

    3. Trump is a civic nationalist.

    So is Steve.

    Replies: @Gordo

    , @EliteCommInc.
    @Gaius Gracchus

    There was a time when all of the above might have been accurate and understandable, but eventually,


    you have to govern. And he was selcted to govern to a very particular set of policies. He has my support toward those agendas. Anything else is prob ably a nonstarter especially if it in any manner undermines the agenda for which he was elected.


    Maybe it's just me, but being the cheif executive tasked with X is going to rated on X. Not merely making hay, battling identity politics, or performances -- but actuall progress to the goals.

    , @Desiderius
    @Gaius Gracchus

    Trump’s not moving from American Nationalism, not should he. Of course he’s encouraged by black, Hispanic, and white employment numbers. That who’s going to re-elect him against the best (and brazenly illegal) efforts of your beloved lily-white ruling class.

    White nationalism is looking like more of an oxymoron every day.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @IC8, @Pericles

    , @Matra
    @Gaius Gracchus

    Trump has great instincts and successful lowered the voting rates among certain key Democratic groups, not by voter suppression tactics, but by getting them to stay home voluntarily.

    Which groups are you referring to and do you have data on this? The impression is that the Left have never been so mobilised and motivated but data would be better than an impression.

    Replies: @Gaius Gracchus

    , @Reg Cæsar
    @Gaius Gracchus


    The libertarians have worked since WW2 to infiltrate and control American policy and thought, changing the Republican Party from the nationalist party it was historically into a pro-oligarchs party it was pre-Trump.
     
    What "libertarians"? On things like tariff reduction and immigration, the Democrats were way ahead of any few libertarians there may have been, and they're the ones who pushed those through.

    Also, subsidized immigration is the opposite of libertarian. "Public charge" laws are not. Pay your own way, José.

    Opposing the Sixteenth Amendment was "pro-oligarchs"? I suppose supporting the First is "pro-media", the Second, "pro-gun manufacturers", and the Fourth, "pro-drug cartels".

    Replies: @Gaius Gracchus

    , @guest
    @Gaius Gracchus

    Trump can hire as many Kushners, recognize as many Jerusalems, and defend as many Golan Heights as he wants. That "certain tribal group" is still hostile.

    Replies: @Gaius Gracchus

    , @War for Blair Mountain
    @Gaius Gracchus

    Seriously....you’re a fucking pinhhead....

    Replies: @Gaius Gracchus

    , @J.Ross
    @Gaius Gracchus

    This is a good analysis, but I wish our side allowed itself to do that favorite Democrat practice, the one where they say, "we will not do X," and then they do X so hard the sky breaks, and when people try to talk about it later they bark, "go X yourself, you have only yourself to blame for not seeing that coming, and anyway we now consider X to not only be acceptable but more important than the Constitution."

    , @Clemsnman
    @Gaius Gracchus

    Libertarians infiltrated the pubs? They've done a piss poor job of getting libertarian philosophy put into pub practice, then. Why have pubs grown the government as much as the dems?

    Libertarians are even more useless than I thought, apparently.

    Replies: @Gaius Gracchus

    , @Jack Hanson
    @Gaius Gracchus

    Believing this shit after the last six months. We got an EO on the Golan Heights but not birthright citizenship.

    The Boomers pushing "Israel, minority unemployment, and TP USA" are going to have a bad time in 2020 when POTATUS gets BTFO'd.

    The Nile ain't just a river in Egypt. What's the name of your QAnon Twitter.

    Replies: @Feryl

  46. What a surprise! Who could have imagined, back during the 2016 primaries, that Trump was an incompetent buffoon with no real commitment to limiting immigration, who could be talked into anything by his P.C.-addled twit of a son-in-law and his airhead daughter? I am just shocked, shocked.

    • Replies: @Pericles
    @From the Peanut Gallery

    First amendment and all but were you to talk about President Hillary like that, she'd have you skinned alive and rolled in salt. Presently, Bill would hump your corpse.

  47. “Later, when he was asked by a reporter if he was changing his policy, he said, “I need people coming in because we need people to run the factories and plants and companies that are moving back in. We need people.”

    Utter nonsense. We don’t need a single imported human being. US citizens have been running factories since the country had factories.

    My president continues to fold and it’s painful to watch.

    ——————

    Imagine tackling a proposal to recognize English s the official language of the US.

    • Replies: @Flip
    @EliteCommInc.

    The business lobby wants more immigrants to come in to keep wages for Americans from going up. Cesar Chavez and Samuel Gompers were anti-immigration to protect the standard of living of their union members.

    At this point, I am fine with the Romney/Ryan/McCain type Republicans losing. They are too much invade/invite the world types.

    Replies: @EliteCommInc.

    , @istevefan
    @EliteCommInc.


    . We don’t need a single imported human being.
     
    Consider this. We have had more immigrants since 1965, than any other nation in history. Yet the people in charge are clamoring for an ever increasing number of immigrants. Even Trump is suggesting we need "record" immigration.

    Well what does this indicate? If a nation is devouring more immigrants than any other nation in history, and still needs an ever increasing number of them to continue to be a going concern, then what does this say about that nation? Either that nation must be able to stand on its own, or it needs to be dissolved.

    And if the US truly needs people, which I dispute, what else does this indicate? It shows something is the matter with our nation in which citizens don't find the environment conducive enough to have many children. So if a nation has such an environment where the natives don't reproduce, and it must continually prop itself up by siphoning off people from other nations, this too suggests the nation must be fixed, or dissolved into new nations.

    Replies: @Anon, @Clyde, @The Alarmist, @War for Blair Mountain, @EliteCommInc., @Olorin, @EliteCommInc.

  48. This is a good one Steve.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2019/04/03/opinion/latino-voters.html

    A campaign event in Phoenix, Ariz., in 2016.CreditCreditDaniel Acker/Bloomberg
    The future success of the Democratic Party depends on the crucial — but unsettled — allegiance of the nation’s growing Hispanic electorate.

    Fernand Amandi, a Democratic pollster and podcast host based in Miami, addressed the party’s Latino quandary in a December interview with The Associated Press:

    The question is not are Democrats winning the Hispanic vote — it’s why aren’t Democrats winning the Hispanic vote 80-20 or 90-10 the way they are winning black voters?

    In an interview earlier this week, Amandi told me that Democrats “want and hope for this magical osmosis to happen but that’s not how politics works.”

    In the 2018 midterms, Democrats showed gains among Hispanic voters in most states, compared with 2014. Party operatives are concerned, however, about the slow rate of growth of these improved Democratic margins. They are equally worried about turnout — at a time when many thought that President Trump’s rhetoric and policies would produce impressive gains among Latino voters for the Democratic Party.

    Take turnout. Hispanics are one of the fastest growing ethnic constituencies in the United States, but their level of political participation is not keeping pace with their overall population numbers.

    As the accompanying Pew chart demonstrates, the number of Hispanic voters in midterm elections has grown steadily, from 2.9 million in 1986 to 6.8 million in 2014. At the same time, however, turnout — measured as a percentage of total eligible adult citizens 18 and over — has experienced a relative decline.

  49. Replace the NY Jew with the WLA Jew. See the difference?

  50. res says:
    @DCThrowback
    It is noted in the piece that anything Jared comes up with must go through Stephen Miller for his approval FIRST before it gets to DRUMPF. This is notable.

    Second, the more egregious example in the piece is not Kumar, but Jorge Lima from the Koch-to-pus' "Americans for Prosperity".

    The Kochs and their billions have been wrong about everything - GOP electoral politics, Trump, immigration. WHY DO THEY GET A SEAT AT THE TABLE?

    Finally, Jess Vaughan of the CIS is the best. Asking why Trump is allowing Jared pursue "Comprehensive Immigration Reform" when the border is at DEFCON 5 is the right question for which there is no good answer.

    Replies: @res, @Dave Gorak, @Dtbb, @CrunchybutRealistCon

    It is noted in the piece that anything Jared comes up with must go through Stephen Miller for his approval FIRST before it gets to DRUMPF. This is notable.

    Indeed. If true that is a very important point. Thanks for making it. Here is the relevant part of the article.

    Stephen Miller, a senior White House adviser and influential hard-liner on immigration, has not attended most of Kushner’s meetings, according to a half-dozen attendees. But Miller — whose restrictionist views have slowed past compromise efforts — must sign off on any plan before Trump does, according to some familiar with the situation.

    Immediately followed by.

    But hawkish immigration activists, who have been frustrated with Trump’s relentless focus on a border wall, are worried that the president will be influenced by Kushner’s more moderate views on immigration and will fail to fulfill his campaign pledge to crack down on immigration. Trump already has spoken about expanding legal immigration at least four times this year.

    Comments there are terrible. How does Disqus manage to effectively censor crimethink yet utterly fails with spam?

    • Replies: @EliteCommInc.
    @res

    If accurate and Mr Miller is the goto gentleman on immigration restriction ---- I am more than a bit concerned.

    , @ben tillman
    @res

    Disqus doesn't censor crimethink.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @res

  51. Jared Kushner is a Bolshevik Jew who pushes nation-wrecking mass legal immigration and amnesty for illegal alien invaders.

    Jared Kushner is a Bolshevik Jew who pushes mass legal immigration and illegal immigration because it will lower wages for American workers and replace and displace American workers.

    Jared Kushner is a Bolshevik Jew who wants to continue to use mass legal immigration and illegal immigration as DEMOGRAPHIC WEAPONS to attack and destroy the European Christian ancestral core of the United States.

    • Replies: @Feryl
    @Charles Pewitt

    Until the CoC, Koch Bros. etc. openly renounce open borders, and cease lobbying for expanded immigration, then we have no reason to expect the GOP to ever see the light on immigration restriction.

  52. Anon[182] • Disclaimer says:

    Democrats won’t approve the plan, as it calls for eliminating diversity visas, building the wall, and reducing family migration. The GOP tried to push forward these type of plans before, but always were blocked by Democrats who wanted to keep the family and diversity visas.

    Asians and Indians would win under the Kushner plan, but Latinos and Africans would lose.

    Especially with so much controversy over past immigration proposals (Muslim ban, border wall, DACA), it’s unlikely Democrats would accept all those ideas.

  53. Here is another one Steve.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2019/04/03/opinion/border-honduras-separation-gangs.html

    We Fled the Gangs in Honduras. Then the U.S. Government Took My Baby.

    SAN FRANCISCO — I am an asylum seeker from Honduras and a mother of three children. For over a month my youngest daughter was separated from her father and me by the United States government. I still don’t know where she was during that time or who took care of her.

    She’s a toddler, so she can’t tell me if something bad happened to her. I don’t know if she thinks we chose to abandon her. All I know is she came back pounds thinner, with lice and a hacking cough, and she cried for days, traumatized by a government that keeps children from their parents because they are migrants.

    We fled Honduras to the United States because we feared for our lives. I grew up in the capital, Tegucigalpa. In the past few years, my neighborhood has become one of the deadliest in the city. We had had run-ins with the gangs in the past. On Oct. 18, gang members came to our house looking for my partner, Kevin.

    • Replies: @Lot
    @IQ Realist

    “looking for my partner, Kevin.”

    That totally sounds like the words of a Honduran migrant and not a NYT reporter smearing the brave men and women of ICE/CBP.

    , @Pericles
    @IQ Realist


    I grew up in the capital, Tegucigalpa. ... On Oct. 18, gang members came to our house looking for my partner, Kevin.

     

    LOL! Not faked at all.
  54. Anonymous[173] • Disclaimer says:
    @Gaius Gracchus
    While I dislike Trump's pandering, it is necessary at this time.

    1. Trump knows the power of a certain tribal group and placaing them here and there limits their hostilty to him. Jared helps do this.

    2. Trump also knows the Koch network is vile and awful just like the tribal group, but it is better to have them neutral as opposed to hostile. Jared helps do this.

    The libertarians have worked since WW2 to infiltrate and control American policy and thought, changing the Republican Party from the nationalist party it was historically into a pro-oligarchs party it was pre-Trump.

    Change does not happen over night, especially when it has been 75 years building the other way.

    3. Trump is a civic nationalist. Moving from that mindset is difficult. I believe he truly is happy with improved black and Hispanic unemployment numbers. Jared helps with this as well.

    4. Trump has great instincts and successful lowered the voting rates among certain key Democratic groups, not by voter suppression tactics, but by getting them to stay home voluntarily. Certain key Democratic groups also like Trump a lot because he triggers their social desires to follow the rich the strong and the powerful.

    Jared is a liability, but he gives Trump cover and serves his needs. Miller is great and unless Miller loses power, I am not worried about Trump.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @EliteCommInc., @Desiderius, @Matra, @Reg Cæsar, @guest, @War for Blair Mountain, @J.Ross, @Clemsnman, @Jack Hanson

    3. Trump is a civic nationalist.

    So is Steve.

    • Replies: @Gordo
    @Anonymous


    Trump is a civic nationalist.
     
    Civic nationalist for America, ethno-nationalist for Israel.
  55. @Gaius Gracchus
    While I dislike Trump's pandering, it is necessary at this time.

    1. Trump knows the power of a certain tribal group and placaing them here and there limits their hostilty to him. Jared helps do this.

    2. Trump also knows the Koch network is vile and awful just like the tribal group, but it is better to have them neutral as opposed to hostile. Jared helps do this.

    The libertarians have worked since WW2 to infiltrate and control American policy and thought, changing the Republican Party from the nationalist party it was historically into a pro-oligarchs party it was pre-Trump.

    Change does not happen over night, especially when it has been 75 years building the other way.

    3. Trump is a civic nationalist. Moving from that mindset is difficult. I believe he truly is happy with improved black and Hispanic unemployment numbers. Jared helps with this as well.

    4. Trump has great instincts and successful lowered the voting rates among certain key Democratic groups, not by voter suppression tactics, but by getting them to stay home voluntarily. Certain key Democratic groups also like Trump a lot because he triggers their social desires to follow the rich the strong and the powerful.

    Jared is a liability, but he gives Trump cover and serves his needs. Miller is great and unless Miller loses power, I am not worried about Trump.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @EliteCommInc., @Desiderius, @Matra, @Reg Cæsar, @guest, @War for Blair Mountain, @J.Ross, @Clemsnman, @Jack Hanson

    There was a time when all of the above might have been accurate and understandable, but eventually,

    you have to govern. And he was selcted to govern to a very particular set of policies. He has my support toward those agendas. Anything else is prob ably a nonstarter especially if it in any manner undermines the agenda for which he was elected.

    Maybe it’s just me, but being the cheif executive tasked with X is going to rated on X. Not merely making hay, battling identity politics, or performances — but actuall progress to the goals.

    • Agree: Jack Hanson
  56. @res
    @DCThrowback


    It is noted in the piece that anything Jared comes up with must go through Stephen Miller for his approval FIRST before it gets to DRUMPF. This is notable.
     
    Indeed. If true that is a very important point. Thanks for making it. Here is the relevant part of the article.

    Stephen Miller, a senior White House adviser and influential hard-liner on immigration, has not attended most of Kushner’s meetings, according to a half-dozen attendees. But Miller — whose restrictionist views have slowed past compromise efforts — must sign off on any plan before Trump does, according to some familiar with the situation.
     
    Immediately followed by.

    But hawkish immigration activists, who have been frustrated with Trump’s relentless focus on a border wall, are worried that the president will be influenced by Kushner’s more moderate views on immigration and will fail to fulfill his campaign pledge to crack down on immigration. Trump already has spoken about expanding legal immigration at least four times this year.
     
    Comments there are terrible. How does Disqus manage to effectively censor crimethink yet utterly fails with spam?

    Replies: @EliteCommInc., @ben tillman

    If accurate and Mr Miller is the goto gentleman on immigration restriction —- I am more than a bit concerned.

  57. @Gaius Gracchus
    While I dislike Trump's pandering, it is necessary at this time.

    1. Trump knows the power of a certain tribal group and placaing them here and there limits their hostilty to him. Jared helps do this.

    2. Trump also knows the Koch network is vile and awful just like the tribal group, but it is better to have them neutral as opposed to hostile. Jared helps do this.

    The libertarians have worked since WW2 to infiltrate and control American policy and thought, changing the Republican Party from the nationalist party it was historically into a pro-oligarchs party it was pre-Trump.

    Change does not happen over night, especially when it has been 75 years building the other way.

    3. Trump is a civic nationalist. Moving from that mindset is difficult. I believe he truly is happy with improved black and Hispanic unemployment numbers. Jared helps with this as well.

    4. Trump has great instincts and successful lowered the voting rates among certain key Democratic groups, not by voter suppression tactics, but by getting them to stay home voluntarily. Certain key Democratic groups also like Trump a lot because he triggers their social desires to follow the rich the strong and the powerful.

    Jared is a liability, but he gives Trump cover and serves his needs. Miller is great and unless Miller loses power, I am not worried about Trump.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @EliteCommInc., @Desiderius, @Matra, @Reg Cæsar, @guest, @War for Blair Mountain, @J.Ross, @Clemsnman, @Jack Hanson

    Trump’s not moving from American Nationalism, not should he. Of course he’s encouraged by black, Hispanic, and white employment numbers. That who’s going to re-elect him against the best (and brazenly illegal) efforts of your beloved lily-white ruling class.

    White nationalism is looking like more of an oxymoron every day.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Desiderius


    White nationalism is looking like more of an oxymoron every day.
     
    How is it an oxymoron?

    Replies: @Desiderius

    , @IC8
    @Desiderius

    Do you seriously believe blacks and hispanics are going to vote for Trump in 2020? Every election, blacks vote 90+% democrat, and every election, boomer/gen-x cons like you insist it will be different this time. It's like you people are just totally incapable of learning from past mistakes.

    Replies: @Desiderius, @Gaius Gracchus

    , @Pericles
    @Desiderius


    Of course he’s encouraged by black, Hispanic, and white employment numbers.

     

    Karl Rove, great strategist. The greatest!

    Replies: @Desiderius

  58. Jared is family. Miller is some guy. Trump will dump us and Miller before Jared.

    Bottom line politics is a failure. We have open borders now and forever. That will never change. Not ever. And we will get 45 million Central Americans in the next five years. Min.

    We as White men need a social and cultural network that provides a shield against our enemies seeking to destroy us. That includes local, state, and federal government under President Harris. As well as non Whites and honorary non Whites such as White women.

    Voting is a waste of time. A social movement is not.

    • Replies: @BB753
    @Whiskey

    "Jared is family."

    So was Brutus to Caesar. "Kai su, téknon!" or in Shakespeare's translation to Latin" Et tu, Brute? ". Jared is definitely a backstabber.

  59. @Gaius Gracchus
    While I dislike Trump's pandering, it is necessary at this time.

    1. Trump knows the power of a certain tribal group and placaing them here and there limits their hostilty to him. Jared helps do this.

    2. Trump also knows the Koch network is vile and awful just like the tribal group, but it is better to have them neutral as opposed to hostile. Jared helps do this.

    The libertarians have worked since WW2 to infiltrate and control American policy and thought, changing the Republican Party from the nationalist party it was historically into a pro-oligarchs party it was pre-Trump.

    Change does not happen over night, especially when it has been 75 years building the other way.

    3. Trump is a civic nationalist. Moving from that mindset is difficult. I believe he truly is happy with improved black and Hispanic unemployment numbers. Jared helps with this as well.

    4. Trump has great instincts and successful lowered the voting rates among certain key Democratic groups, not by voter suppression tactics, but by getting them to stay home voluntarily. Certain key Democratic groups also like Trump a lot because he triggers their social desires to follow the rich the strong and the powerful.

    Jared is a liability, but he gives Trump cover and serves his needs. Miller is great and unless Miller loses power, I am not worried about Trump.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @EliteCommInc., @Desiderius, @Matra, @Reg Cæsar, @guest, @War for Blair Mountain, @J.Ross, @Clemsnman, @Jack Hanson

    Trump has great instincts and successful lowered the voting rates among certain key Democratic groups, not by voter suppression tactics, but by getting them to stay home voluntarily.

    Which groups are you referring to and do you have data on this? The impression is that the Left have never been so mobilised and motivated but data would be better than an impression.

    • Replies: @Gaius Gracchus
    @Matra

    Trump took out the fabled Blue Wall with lower vote totals from blacks in those states. There were stories about blacks staying home because they didn't want to vote for Hillary but couldn't bring themselves to vote for Trump.

    Allegedly, the Trump campaign used their targeted advertising with this intent.

  60. @EliteCommInc.
    "Later, when he was asked by a reporter if he was changing his policy, he said, “I need people coming in because we need people to run the factories and plants and companies that are moving back in. We need people.”


    Utter nonsense. We don't need a single imported human being. US citizens have been running factories since the country had factories.

    My president continues to fold and it's painful to watch.

    ------------------


    Imagine tackling a proposal to recognize English s the official language of the US.

    Replies: @Flip, @istevefan

    The business lobby wants more immigrants to come in to keep wages for Americans from going up. Cesar Chavez and Samuel Gompers were anti-immigration to protect the standard of living of their union members.

    At this point, I am fine with the Romney/Ryan/McCain type Republicans losing. They are too much invade/invite the world types.

    • Replies: @EliteCommInc.
    @Flip

    Excuse me. Missed this.

    I lean in that direction as well.

    Replies: @Flip

  61. You might almost get the impression that people named “Kumar” want more of their relatives let into this country.

    Here’s one. Just be careful how you pronounce his name!

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

    Dr Kumar attended IIT Bombay. You read that right: Bombay.

    As with Peking University, one of the few serious institutions in town never went with the PC name change in English.

    • Replies: @Pericles
    @Reg Cæsar

    And the campus address would be IIT Bombay, Mumbai?

    , @PiltdownMan
    @Reg Cæsar

    More than one example in that town.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bombay_Scottish_School,_Mahim

    And never mind "Bombay", these guys haven't even dropped the "Royal", seventy four years after the Brits left.

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

    Most surprising of all is the High Court of Bombay, a governmental institution and part of the judiciary.

    https://bombayhighcourt.nic.in/

  62. Anonymous[375] • Disclaimer says:

    It will never happen because Miller is too short. Kushner is like 6’2″, and has at least half a foot on him. It might seem very superficial, but it’s probably a bigger factor than him being Trump’s son-in-law. Trump just doesn’t respect short people, and heightism in general is a real thing.

    • Agree: Bubba
    • Replies: @Simply Simon
    @Anonymous

    Just being tall is not necessarily an advantage. I'm only 5-8, and at my best fighting weight of 180, I had no fear of tall men. I was quick as a cat and invariably could maneuver myself into position for a Half-Nelson which would quickly render my foe helpless. When one's air is cut off no alternative but to give up.

  63. @Gaius Gracchus
    While I dislike Trump's pandering, it is necessary at this time.

    1. Trump knows the power of a certain tribal group and placaing them here and there limits their hostilty to him. Jared helps do this.

    2. Trump also knows the Koch network is vile and awful just like the tribal group, but it is better to have them neutral as opposed to hostile. Jared helps do this.

    The libertarians have worked since WW2 to infiltrate and control American policy and thought, changing the Republican Party from the nationalist party it was historically into a pro-oligarchs party it was pre-Trump.

    Change does not happen over night, especially when it has been 75 years building the other way.

    3. Trump is a civic nationalist. Moving from that mindset is difficult. I believe he truly is happy with improved black and Hispanic unemployment numbers. Jared helps with this as well.

    4. Trump has great instincts and successful lowered the voting rates among certain key Democratic groups, not by voter suppression tactics, but by getting them to stay home voluntarily. Certain key Democratic groups also like Trump a lot because he triggers their social desires to follow the rich the strong and the powerful.

    Jared is a liability, but he gives Trump cover and serves his needs. Miller is great and unless Miller loses power, I am not worried about Trump.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @EliteCommInc., @Desiderius, @Matra, @Reg Cæsar, @guest, @War for Blair Mountain, @J.Ross, @Clemsnman, @Jack Hanson

    The libertarians have worked since WW2 to infiltrate and control American policy and thought, changing the Republican Party from the nationalist party it was historically into a pro-oligarchs party it was pre-Trump.

    What “libertarians”? On things like tariff reduction and immigration, the Democrats were way ahead of any few libertarians there may have been, and they’re the ones who pushed those through.

    Also, subsidized immigration is the opposite of libertarian. “Public charge” laws are not. Pay your own way, José.

    Opposing the Sixteenth Amendment was “pro-oligarchs”? I suppose supporting the First is “pro-media”, the Second, “pro-gun manufacturers”, and the Fourth, “pro-drug cartels”.

    • Replies: @Gaius Gracchus
    @Reg Cæsar

    Libertarianism as we know it began after WW2 with the Mont Pelerin Society. It is a fascinating example of a successful conspiracy, including the creation of the Economics Nobel Prize (which isn't done by the Nobel committee).

    Historically, "free markets" meant a market free of powerful forces, not a market free of regulation. This is just one example of how the MPS members twisted society.

    Tariffs were a traditional Republican position. Since Jefferson, the Democrats have been the party of free trade. Protectionism began in America with Hamilton and continued with the Whigs (who embraced the American School of Economics).

    Infrastructure efforts are also Republican (and before that Whig).

    Antitrust enforcement is Republican and conservative. Libertarianism have destroyed it and current system encourages oligarchs and concentration of power. It is the exact opposite of what Adam Smith envisioned and contrary to his writings.

    Every time I hear some GOPe pundit talk about free trade and free markets and against antitrust enforcement and favor limiting government expenditures as if these are Republican and conservative ideals, I cringe. These are neoliberal ideas from the libertarian effort to twist history.

    Finally, noninterventionism is Republican and conservative. Free trade leads to war, as free traders look at any closed market as a threat. Free trade is an imperialistic philosophy.

    I am only touching the surface of how this all was twisted since 1945.......

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

  64. By I-Needa Kumar

    That’s what Harold said.

    [rimshot]

  65. Anonymous[173] • Disclaimer says:
    @Desiderius
    @Gaius Gracchus

    Trump’s not moving from American Nationalism, not should he. Of course he’s encouraged by black, Hispanic, and white employment numbers. That who’s going to re-elect him against the best (and brazenly illegal) efforts of your beloved lily-white ruling class.

    White nationalism is looking like more of an oxymoron every day.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @IC8, @Pericles

    White nationalism is looking like more of an oxymoron every day.

    How is it an oxymoron?

    • Replies: @Desiderius
    @Anonymous

    Whites are locked in a cold civil war with other whites. Not exactly the most promising fodder for a putative nation.

    Replies: @istevefan

  66. istevefan says:

    Today’s NY Times has another piece demanding more immigrants.

    Short of Workers, U.S. Builders and Farmers Crave More Immigrants

    I was reading through the comments. Though only 62 so far, many express the views we share here. However, there are the typical responses from left-wing types who seem to have lost sight of the left’s traditional focus on the workers for the short-sided pleasure of sticking it to the racists.

    “But immigrants are stealing our jobs!” Except they aren’t because white people are “too good” to take the low-paying jobs that immigrants of color will do.

    I’ve noticed the sentiment expressed in the above comment in a few conversations about immigration. I’ve heard roofers say that “white boys are too lazy to get on a hot roof during the summer”. Basically the virtue signaler frames the issue as though Whites think they are too good for low-wage labor, or that Whites are too lazy and too entitled.

    If you encounter this sentiment, ask the person if blacks are too lazy, entitled and unwilling to work? You probably won’t get an answer out of them. When you hear a roofer complain that he needs immigrants because the Whites won’t do such difficult work, ask him about blacks. If he doesn’t reply, then it’s safe to say he isn’t even trying to recruit blacks. Which may or may not be some sort of workplace violation assuming the business is of a certain size. Be sure to point that out and suggest he might be engaging in employment discrimination.

    Bottom line, if you see someone trying to frame immigration in this manner, don’t let them off the hook. These are generally squeamish Whites who would rather have their kids harmed than risk being called a racist. So long as they can insult Whites over this issue, they will. Instead, rub their virtue signalling noises into the ground by making them admit a large segment of blacks are essentially unemployable. Let the cognitive dissonance begin.

    • Replies: @The Anti-Gnostic
    @istevefan

    I’ve heard roofers say that “white boys are too lazy to get on a hot roof during the summer”.

    White boys are too smart to get on a hot roof during the summer. Same reason Irish and Jews are no longer into boxing.

    Seriously, it's stupid to work on a pitched surface thirty feet off the ground carrying 60 pounds of asphalt shingles in 100-degree heat. That's why illiterate Aztecs are the only people still doing it, and they're disabled by age 40.

    It's also stupid to have these ridiculously pitched surfaces with that big, heat-trapping attic below them, and cover them with heavy, heat-absorbing asphalt. Materials and design in residential construction are weirdly retrograde, along with the "cheap" labor that builds them.

    A civil engineer friend tells me the industry is beginning to see some long-overdue disruption though.

    Replies: @Ibound1, @Clyde, @Olorin, @Anonymous

    , @Lot
    @istevefan

    My blue collar relatives in low-migration areas have never made more money than in the past 5 years. One was making $7 in a service sector job in 2011 and now is making $30/hr in a building trade job, with all the OT he wants.

    Replies: @istevefan

    , @Rosie
    @istevefan


    I’ve heard roofers say that “white boys are too lazy to get on a hot roof during the summer”.
     
    As a matter of fact, white boys are quite right to refuse to get on a hot roof in summer. That is not laziness, but rather common sense. There are other seasons in which to schedule roofing jobs.
  67. Doesn’t our host always say life in the US is all about inter-Jewish fighting? Miller v Kushner. I’m rooting for Miller. In fact I hope Trump and Miller found a Likud USA party – tight immigration control, fence, favorable trade policy, pro-natal. We could use that party here. GOP is worthless and Democrats are worse.

  68. @DCThrowback
    It is noted in the piece that anything Jared comes up with must go through Stephen Miller for his approval FIRST before it gets to DRUMPF. This is notable.

    Second, the more egregious example in the piece is not Kumar, but Jorge Lima from the Koch-to-pus' "Americans for Prosperity".

    The Kochs and their billions have been wrong about everything - GOP electoral politics, Trump, immigration. WHY DO THEY GET A SEAT AT THE TABLE?

    Finally, Jess Vaughan of the CIS is the best. Asking why Trump is allowing Jared pursue "Comprehensive Immigration Reform" when the border is at DEFCON 5 is the right question for which there is no good answer.

    Replies: @res, @Dave Gorak, @Dtbb, @CrunchybutRealistCon

    If you’re trying to say the border situation is as bad as it can be, then DEFCON1- not 5 -is the descriptor you should be using.

    • Replies: @DCThrowback
    @Dave Gorak

    I should have been more specific; I have my own proprietary DCTHROWBACK DEFCON system.

    It goes DC DEFCON 1 (atom bomb level emergency) to DC DEFCON 69 (toast slightly smoking in toaster, prepare to butter).

    DEFCON 5 seems about right on my scale DCTHROWBACK scale.

  69. Anybody associated with the Republicans will always cuck out. We need rhetorical overload here, just to get the government to honor the law as it is. Immigration: don’t mend it, END it. We have to get this meme out there. Immigration: don’t mend it, END it.

    • Replies: @216
    @Daniel H

    You need another Depression to do that. Public sympathy is the highest ever recorded towards immigration, as previously skeptical white Dems now realize that it offers the chance of permanent majority.

    We live in a world where Afrikaners are told they aren't oppressed despite an inability to vote out a government threatening to confiscate their property. The sitting Vice President of that country was literally exposed by the NYT as having run death squads.

    And if the Boer cannot generate sympathy or even notice, how is it ever going to accrue to displaced white conservatives?

  70. @res
    @DCThrowback


    It is noted in the piece that anything Jared comes up with must go through Stephen Miller for his approval FIRST before it gets to DRUMPF. This is notable.
     
    Indeed. If true that is a very important point. Thanks for making it. Here is the relevant part of the article.

    Stephen Miller, a senior White House adviser and influential hard-liner on immigration, has not attended most of Kushner’s meetings, according to a half-dozen attendees. But Miller — whose restrictionist views have slowed past compromise efforts — must sign off on any plan before Trump does, according to some familiar with the situation.
     
    Immediately followed by.

    But hawkish immigration activists, who have been frustrated with Trump’s relentless focus on a border wall, are worried that the president will be influenced by Kushner’s more moderate views on immigration and will fail to fulfill his campaign pledge to crack down on immigration. Trump already has spoken about expanding legal immigration at least four times this year.
     
    Comments there are terrible. How does Disqus manage to effectively censor crimethink yet utterly fails with spam?

    Replies: @EliteCommInc., @ben tillman

    Disqus doesn’t censor crimethink.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @ben tillman


    Disqus doesn’t censor crimethink.
     
    Ah, but do the sites that employ it do so?

    Replies: @ben tillman

    , @res
    @ben tillman


    Disqus doesn’t censor crimethink.
     
    On what do you base that statement?

    https://www.eutimes.net/2017/04/disqus-vows-to-censor-alt-right-toxic-comments-starting-with-breitbart/

    Replies: @ben tillman

  71. @Gaius Gracchus
    While I dislike Trump's pandering, it is necessary at this time.

    1. Trump knows the power of a certain tribal group and placaing them here and there limits their hostilty to him. Jared helps do this.

    2. Trump also knows the Koch network is vile and awful just like the tribal group, but it is better to have them neutral as opposed to hostile. Jared helps do this.

    The libertarians have worked since WW2 to infiltrate and control American policy and thought, changing the Republican Party from the nationalist party it was historically into a pro-oligarchs party it was pre-Trump.

    Change does not happen over night, especially when it has been 75 years building the other way.

    3. Trump is a civic nationalist. Moving from that mindset is difficult. I believe he truly is happy with improved black and Hispanic unemployment numbers. Jared helps with this as well.

    4. Trump has great instincts and successful lowered the voting rates among certain key Democratic groups, not by voter suppression tactics, but by getting them to stay home voluntarily. Certain key Democratic groups also like Trump a lot because he triggers their social desires to follow the rich the strong and the powerful.

    Jared is a liability, but he gives Trump cover and serves his needs. Miller is great and unless Miller loses power, I am not worried about Trump.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @EliteCommInc., @Desiderius, @Matra, @Reg Cæsar, @guest, @War for Blair Mountain, @J.Ross, @Clemsnman, @Jack Hanson

    Trump can hire as many Kushners, recognize as many Jerusalems, and defend as many Golan Heights as he wants. That “certain tribal group” is still hostile.

    • Replies: @Gaius Gracchus
    @guest

    Yes. But until we get real antitrust enforcement and break the power of the tribal oligarchs, he needs to minimize their hostilty by playing along.

  72. @Anonymous
    @Dave Pinsen


    The other problem with Jared is that he’s soft on crime because his dad was sent to the pokey.
     
    How do we know Jared isn't just wisely recognizing the need (assuming) to compromise, in order to get anything done on immigration? It's not like the Trump Administration has made much progress on immigration so far.

    Alternatively (but also consistent with that), wouldn't higher numbers of "jobs-based" immigrants be in line with the Trump Administration's heretofore announced policy of shifting from chain migration to skills based?

    Are you, Steve, Kaus, and Coulter being too hard on Jared?

    Replies: @Lot, @Buzz Mohawk, @Anonymous

    “being too hard on Jared?”

    I don’t think anyone has been hard on him his whole life.

    How about a 90% inheritance tax bracket for estates above $1 billion?

    Poor guy would only be able to buy one NFL team then.

  73. @istevefan
    Today's NY Times has another piece demanding more immigrants.

    Short of Workers, U.S. Builders and Farmers Crave More Immigrants

    I was reading through the comments. Though only 62 so far, many express the views we share here. However, there are the typical responses from left-wing types who seem to have lost sight of the left's traditional focus on the workers for the short-sided pleasure of sticking it to the racists.

    “But immigrants are stealing our jobs!” Except they aren’t because white people are “too good” to take the low-paying jobs that immigrants of color will do.
     
    I've noticed the sentiment expressed in the above comment in a few conversations about immigration. I've heard roofers say that "white boys are too lazy to get on a hot roof during the summer". Basically the virtue signaler frames the issue as though Whites think they are too good for low-wage labor, or that Whites are too lazy and too entitled.

    If you encounter this sentiment, ask the person if blacks are too lazy, entitled and unwilling to work? You probably won't get an answer out of them. When you hear a roofer complain that he needs immigrants because the Whites won't do such difficult work, ask him about blacks. If he doesn't reply, then it's safe to say he isn't even trying to recruit blacks. Which may or may not be some sort of workplace violation assuming the business is of a certain size. Be sure to point that out and suggest he might be engaging in employment discrimination.

    Bottom line, if you see someone trying to frame immigration in this manner, don't let them off the hook. These are generally squeamish Whites who would rather have their kids harmed than risk being called a racist. So long as they can insult Whites over this issue, they will. Instead, rub their virtue signalling noises into the ground by making them admit a large segment of blacks are essentially unemployable. Let the cognitive dissonance begin.

    Replies: @The Anti-Gnostic, @Lot, @Rosie

    I’ve heard roofers say that “white boys are too lazy to get on a hot roof during the summer”.

    White boys are too smart to get on a hot roof during the summer. Same reason Irish and Jews are no longer into boxing.

    Seriously, it’s stupid to work on a pitched surface thirty feet off the ground carrying 60 pounds of asphalt shingles in 100-degree heat. That’s why illiterate Aztecs are the only people still doing it, and they’re disabled by age 40.

    It’s also stupid to have these ridiculously pitched surfaces with that big, heat-trapping attic below them, and cover them with heavy, heat-absorbing asphalt. Materials and design in residential construction are weirdly retrograde, along with the “cheap” labor that builds them.

    A civil engineer friend tells me the industry is beginning to see some long-overdue disruption though.

    • Replies: @Ibound1
    @The Anti-Gnostic

    Yep - the big “breakthrough” in roofing in the last 50 years was the ridge vent.

    , @Clyde
    @The Anti-Gnostic


    It’s also stupid to have these ridiculously pitched surfaces with that big, heat-trapping attic below them, and cover them with heavy, heat-absorbing asphalt. Materials and design in residential construction are weirdly retrograde, along with the “cheap” labor that builds them.
     
    What ideas do you have that are better? Off the top of my head, sheet steel roofing that can be rust proofed for 30 years. I have watched many roofers at work because I find it interesting, serious and necessary work. Plus I had a new roof put on a few years ago and kept a sharp eye, the workers were aware that I making sure they did it right. White roofing co. owner and Central American workers.
    Where I live the roofing materials get delivered by a truck that has a combo boom and conveyor belt, up onto the existing roof. They are not hauled up to the roof by the workers.
    There are some white roofers here. They do repairs (lucrative), which takes experience to track down leaks and a good IQ. They don't put on new roofs.
    , @Olorin
    @The Anti-Gnostic


    Materials and design in residential construction are weirdly retrograde, along with the “cheap” labor that builds them.
     
    This.

    And the residential construction industry sets zoning standards.

    But consider this regarding your examples, which themselves are retrograde:

    "Big heat trapping attics" and "heat-absorbing asphalt" can produce X months per year of heat gain for things like water and space heating. Hot water and space heating account for about 60% of the average home's energy use.

    "Ridiculously pitched surfaces" can hold photon-gathering arrays.

    Why isn't every house equipped with passive infrastructure to capture this energy and put it to good use?

    No, the houses are built so that DR Horton can hire the cheapest labor to build Escape From New York suburbo-barracks for the lowest cost in a low-skilled assembly-line regime.

    The worst is when women and beaners come out of this industry looking for jobs elsewhere, and you effectively have to hire them, because affirmative action--but the former lack the body strength to bend 3/4-inch conduit, and the latter lack the IQ to stay out of the way of a falling rock. Of course they all have carefully isntalled grievances. And lawyers.

    Innovation in home design/materials was stalled when houses became just another way to deliver debtors to the globobanksters via the construction industry. Most people have already forgotten (if they ever knew about) Mr. Andrea Mitchell's constant honking in the 1980s and 1990s about Democratization Of Mortgages as the solution to all problems (Alan Greenspan also loved immigration--all those individuals handed a house because they could fog a mirror).

    Those of us who are willing to risk our own money and houses developing/testing living-space innovations are punished a thousand ways to Tuesday.

    Many of our desired innovations, like ethnically white communities, are not allowed. Because, like Germany's economy in the 1930s, it would work all too well...for the "wrong" people.

    On top of that, we're taxed up the wazoo if our ideas work. In the United States, for instance, the more you improve your property through your own efforts, the higher your assessment and the more graft you have to pay to the county/municipality. Our houses thus become something we never really own...on top of debt chains...and on top of that as well, another resource-redistribution scheme from the intelligent, innovating, and hard working to the dolt-wranglers.

    , @Anonymous
    @The Anti-Gnostic


    Materials and design in residential construction are weirdly retrograde, along with the “cheap” labor that builds them.
     
    What should be done instead?
  74. @IQ Realist
    Here is another one Steve.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2019/04/03/opinion/border-honduras-separation-gangs.html

    We Fled the Gangs in Honduras. Then the U.S. Government Took My Baby.

    SAN FRANCISCO — I am an asylum seeker from Honduras and a mother of three children. For over a month my youngest daughter was separated from her father and me by the United States government. I still don’t know where she was during that time or who took care of her.

    She’s a toddler, so she can’t tell me if something bad happened to her. I don’t know if she thinks we chose to abandon her. All I know is she came back pounds thinner, with lice and a hacking cough, and she cried for days, traumatized by a government that keeps children from their parents because they are migrants.

    We fled Honduras to the United States because we feared for our lives. I grew up in the capital, Tegucigalpa. In the past few years, my neighborhood has become one of the deadliest in the city. We had had run-ins with the gangs in the past. On Oct. 18, gang members came to our house looking for my partner, Kevin.

    Replies: @Lot, @Pericles

    “looking for my partner, Kevin.”

    That totally sounds like the words of a Honduran migrant and not a NYT reporter smearing the brave men and women of ICE/CBP.

    • Agree: Redneck farmer
  75. @Anonymous
    @Dave Pinsen


    The other problem with Jared is that he’s soft on crime because his dad was sent to the pokey.
     
    How do we know Jared isn't just wisely recognizing the need (assuming) to compromise, in order to get anything done on immigration? It's not like the Trump Administration has made much progress on immigration so far.

    Alternatively (but also consistent with that), wouldn't higher numbers of "jobs-based" immigrants be in line with the Trump Administration's heretofore announced policy of shifting from chain migration to skills based?

    Are you, Steve, Kaus, and Coulter being too hard on Jared?

    Replies: @Lot, @Buzz Mohawk, @Anonymous

    ROTFLMAO

  76. @DCThrowback
    It is noted in the piece that anything Jared comes up with must go through Stephen Miller for his approval FIRST before it gets to DRUMPF. This is notable.

    Second, the more egregious example in the piece is not Kumar, but Jorge Lima from the Koch-to-pus' "Americans for Prosperity".

    The Kochs and their billions have been wrong about everything - GOP electoral politics, Trump, immigration. WHY DO THEY GET A SEAT AT THE TABLE?

    Finally, Jess Vaughan of the CIS is the best. Asking why Trump is allowing Jared pursue "Comprehensive Immigration Reform" when the border is at DEFCON 5 is the right question for which there is no good answer.

    Replies: @res, @Dave Gorak, @Dtbb, @CrunchybutRealistCon

    Isn’t DEFCON 1 more appropriate?

  77. @istevefan
    Today's NY Times has another piece demanding more immigrants.

    Short of Workers, U.S. Builders and Farmers Crave More Immigrants

    I was reading through the comments. Though only 62 so far, many express the views we share here. However, there are the typical responses from left-wing types who seem to have lost sight of the left's traditional focus on the workers for the short-sided pleasure of sticking it to the racists.

    “But immigrants are stealing our jobs!” Except they aren’t because white people are “too good” to take the low-paying jobs that immigrants of color will do.
     
    I've noticed the sentiment expressed in the above comment in a few conversations about immigration. I've heard roofers say that "white boys are too lazy to get on a hot roof during the summer". Basically the virtue signaler frames the issue as though Whites think they are too good for low-wage labor, or that Whites are too lazy and too entitled.

    If you encounter this sentiment, ask the person if blacks are too lazy, entitled and unwilling to work? You probably won't get an answer out of them. When you hear a roofer complain that he needs immigrants because the Whites won't do such difficult work, ask him about blacks. If he doesn't reply, then it's safe to say he isn't even trying to recruit blacks. Which may or may not be some sort of workplace violation assuming the business is of a certain size. Be sure to point that out and suggest he might be engaging in employment discrimination.

    Bottom line, if you see someone trying to frame immigration in this manner, don't let them off the hook. These are generally squeamish Whites who would rather have their kids harmed than risk being called a racist. So long as they can insult Whites over this issue, they will. Instead, rub their virtue signalling noises into the ground by making them admit a large segment of blacks are essentially unemployable. Let the cognitive dissonance begin.

    Replies: @The Anti-Gnostic, @Lot, @Rosie

    My blue collar relatives in low-migration areas have never made more money than in the past 5 years. One was making $7 in a service sector job in 2011 and now is making $30/hr in a building trade job, with all the OT he wants.

    • Replies: @istevefan
    @Lot


    now is making $30/hr in a building trade job, with all the OT he wants.
     
    That's good news. Too bad employers have the ear of government right now, and this won't last. They'll eventually lobby to get some H-something visa to put your relative back in his place.
  78. istevefan says:
    @EliteCommInc.
    "Later, when he was asked by a reporter if he was changing his policy, he said, “I need people coming in because we need people to run the factories and plants and companies that are moving back in. We need people.”


    Utter nonsense. We don't need a single imported human being. US citizens have been running factories since the country had factories.

    My president continues to fold and it's painful to watch.

    ------------------


    Imagine tackling a proposal to recognize English s the official language of the US.

    Replies: @Flip, @istevefan

    . We don’t need a single imported human being.

    Consider this. We have had more immigrants since 1965, than any other nation in history. Yet the people in charge are clamoring for an ever increasing number of immigrants. Even Trump is suggesting we need “record” immigration.

    Well what does this indicate? If a nation is devouring more immigrants than any other nation in history, and still needs an ever increasing number of them to continue to be a going concern, then what does this say about that nation? Either that nation must be able to stand on its own, or it needs to be dissolved.

    And if the US truly needs people, which I dispute, what else does this indicate? It shows something is the matter with our nation in which citizens don’t find the environment conducive enough to have many children. So if a nation has such an environment where the natives don’t reproduce, and it must continually prop itself up by siphoning off people from other nations, this too suggests the nation must be fixed, or dissolved into new nations.

    • Replies: @Anon
    @istevefan

    All these businessmen/oligarchs need to be placed in Gulags.

    , @Clyde
    @istevefan


    And if the US truly needs people, which I dispute, what else does this indicate? It shows something is the matter with our nation in which citizens don’t find the environment conducive enough to have many children.
     
    The only reason to have lots of immigration is for Demographic heft in times of cold or hot war. But with effective hi-tech, roboticized defense forces a large and growing population is not that important. We are losing our high tech military edge to China and Russia. Russia with a GDP no larger than Italy. Amazing! Very soon China will have the ability to blind all our communications satellites. I would not be shocked if they are already mostly capable of doing this. Add in some effective EMP weaponry that even an Iran can pull off, we are sitting ducks. Sitting with a military that gets more feminized each year, where allowing in trannys in a big issue. Just look at our Navy ship crashes with women at the helm and Navy ships with depleted personnel due to pregnancies.

    Graham: Russia 'has an economy the size of Italy' | PolitiFact
    https://www.politifact.com/.../graham-russia-has-economy-size-italy
    Also, Italy has more wealth relative to the size of its population than Russia does. Italy’s 2013 GDP per capita (per person) was $34,619, ... Russia's economy is larger than Italy's.
     
    , @The Alarmist
    @istevefan

    The US has nearly 100 million people of working age not in the work force. While many have reasons to not work, far more do not. The US has no real need to import labour, particularly cheap, unskilled foreign labour, until this pool is fully tapped.

    , @War for Blair Mountain
    @istevefan

    All nonwhite legal immigration should have been shut down to 0 in 1965....this way we could have avoided POTUS Kamala Harris in 2021...

    Replies: @PiltdownMan

    , @EliteCommInc.
    @istevefan

    I don't tend towards the absolutes this or that. I can and have, generally, I lean toward alternatives. In this case, there's no reason to dissolve the US. None. If we continue to go down this path of importing people, then the nation will dissolve itself by dilution. As is the case in California. It simply is bizarre here.


    But to your dilemmas:

    1. investment in citizens first and only

    2. that will by consequence lead to citizens having more children

    3. the US has plenty of people to invest in. if unemployment is at 7%, and by unemployed I mean less than full time 40hr work week then we have a glut of 7%.

    4. as for children we should go to a nationwide campaign of adopting the millions available.

    5. I have no issues with the Koch brothers making a dollar. But the business or mechantilism by which business entities undercut the US tax payer while lavishing tax credits, loopholes and benefits as they hire non-citizens should cease and cease immediately.

    6. I don't think we gave a real grasp of the economy and we won't until we cease using the current methods of assessing GDP, even the real GDP methodology paint an inaccurate picture.

    7. we need to assess the impact of the trade deficit. Because historically US economic growth and increases in wages and employment have been built on an export of 3% or higher. By the increase in wages and employment, I am not talking about federal spending -- but the private industry. i tend to view private industry spending as a negative impact on the overall economy. And while that is not necessarily the case, I consider that valuation healthier for obvious reasons.

    I reject in total any suggestion that the US needs to replace a single citizen (replacement theory) -- not a single one and I consider those that offer that package enemies of the state.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    , @Olorin
    @istevefan

    Endlessly expanding immigration is being used to prop up an unsustainable money/debt regime.

    Unless money is fundamentally restructured, politics will never be.


    All of the perplexities, confusion, and distress in America arises, not from the defects of the Constitution or Confederation, not from want of honor or virtue, so much as from downright ignorance of the nature of coin, credit, and circulation. --John Adams
     

    Replies: @istevefan, @Anonymous

    , @EliteCommInc.
    @istevefan

    I would that we need a careful assessment of minimum wage laws. They really create downward pressure for small businesses that simply cannot meet the arbitrary standards which may not reflect the actual economy health of the state or community they operate in.

  79. @istevefan
    @EliteCommInc.


    . We don’t need a single imported human being.
     
    Consider this. We have had more immigrants since 1965, than any other nation in history. Yet the people in charge are clamoring for an ever increasing number of immigrants. Even Trump is suggesting we need "record" immigration.

    Well what does this indicate? If a nation is devouring more immigrants than any other nation in history, and still needs an ever increasing number of them to continue to be a going concern, then what does this say about that nation? Either that nation must be able to stand on its own, or it needs to be dissolved.

    And if the US truly needs people, which I dispute, what else does this indicate? It shows something is the matter with our nation in which citizens don't find the environment conducive enough to have many children. So if a nation has such an environment where the natives don't reproduce, and it must continually prop itself up by siphoning off people from other nations, this too suggests the nation must be fixed, or dissolved into new nations.

    Replies: @Anon, @Clyde, @The Alarmist, @War for Blair Mountain, @EliteCommInc., @Olorin, @EliteCommInc.

    All these businessmen/oligarchs need to be placed in Gulags.

    • Agree: istevefan
  80. @Lot
    @istevefan

    My blue collar relatives in low-migration areas have never made more money than in the past 5 years. One was making $7 in a service sector job in 2011 and now is making $30/hr in a building trade job, with all the OT he wants.

    Replies: @istevefan

    now is making $30/hr in a building trade job, with all the OT he wants.

    That’s good news. Too bad employers have the ear of government right now, and this won’t last. They’ll eventually lobby to get some H-something visa to put your relative back in his place.

  81. Why is Jarvanka so obsessed with making happy the people who uniformly hate them and dream of terrorizing them?

    • Replies: @Vinteuil
    @Gunner


    Why is Jarvanka so obsessed with making happy the people who uniformly hate them and dream of terrorizing them?
     
    Why are ugly girls & dweeby boys in high school so obsessed with sucking up to the cool kids?

    Nature is cruel.
  82. @216
    The administration expects us to be grateful for only adding 30K H-2B, rather than the full 60K they were allotted by Congress.

    I don't fully comprehend why anyone aware of demographic data in the GOP can argue that mass immigration will do anything other than destroy the party's electoral prospects. Precisely why will Asians/Hispanics reject the anti-white racism delivered by the Democrats? How do you stop the deterioration in religion without defunding academia?

    The only right-wing political party that has ever benefited from mass immigration is Likud.

    Replies: @Clyde, @Chrisnonymous

    I don’t fully comprehend why anyone aware of demographic data in the GOP can argue that mass immigration will do anything other than destroy the party’s electoral prospects.

    Beacuse! The average GOP hack (RINO) in Congress or Senate is only thinking short term about his own (personal) prospects and what kinds of deals he can facilitate for his major donors. He wants their money so he can be re-elected. Let’s take a GOP rep with wealthy agricultural interests in his district. He will cater to them on immigration. Dittos for a GOP hack with serious real estate operators and builders in his district. He does deals for them. Tries to get them tax breaks.
    The future of the GOP and America is at the bottom of his list of things to consider.
    Short term thinking.
    Short term thinking.
    Short term thinking.
    I am not original in saying that most GOP elected hacks in DC don’t mind being in a (forever) minority party, just so long as they can push through deals for their big donors. Being under Democrat rule is less stressful for them, GOP hacks can point fingers at the Democrats for the GOP being unable to accomplish anything.
    This is what Trump is up against in addition to the Democrat party.
    This is why we have (virtually) open borders on our Mexican border. All Dem and GOP hacks in DC get a good laugh at the Americans who are very angry about this. These DC swamp critters are sociopaths. Working against the average American is how they get their rocks off.

  83. ALL OF MY “THIS.”
    The other side fights us directly and unapologetically, while we are prevented from doing anything by fear of namecalling, the disloyalty of politicians, and by misguided offspring.
    Google flat out attacking any pretense at fairness:
    https://www.breitbart.com/tech/2019/04/03/google-employees-lash-out-at-inclusion-of-conservatives-on-companys-ai-council/

    MIT Technology Review reports that almost a thousand members of Google’s staff, multiple academic researchers and influential tech industry figures have signed an open letter protesting the inclusion of certain members of Google’s A.I. ethics council. Breitbart News previously reported on initial backlash following the appointment of Heritage Foundation president Kay Coles James to the company’s new A.I. advisory board. Google has faced an “ethical minefield” when attempting to develop its A.I. systems; the company has been accused on multiple occasions of ethical and racial bias in the development of these systems.

  84. @istevefan
    @EliteCommInc.


    . We don’t need a single imported human being.
     
    Consider this. We have had more immigrants since 1965, than any other nation in history. Yet the people in charge are clamoring for an ever increasing number of immigrants. Even Trump is suggesting we need "record" immigration.

    Well what does this indicate? If a nation is devouring more immigrants than any other nation in history, and still needs an ever increasing number of them to continue to be a going concern, then what does this say about that nation? Either that nation must be able to stand on its own, or it needs to be dissolved.

    And if the US truly needs people, which I dispute, what else does this indicate? It shows something is the matter with our nation in which citizens don't find the environment conducive enough to have many children. So if a nation has such an environment where the natives don't reproduce, and it must continually prop itself up by siphoning off people from other nations, this too suggests the nation must be fixed, or dissolved into new nations.

    Replies: @Anon, @Clyde, @The Alarmist, @War for Blair Mountain, @EliteCommInc., @Olorin, @EliteCommInc.

    And if the US truly needs people, which I dispute, what else does this indicate? It shows something is the matter with our nation in which citizens don’t find the environment conducive enough to have many children.

    The only reason to have lots of immigration is for Demographic heft in times of cold or hot war. But with effective hi-tech, roboticized defense forces a large and growing population is not that important. We are losing our high tech military edge to China and Russia. Russia with a GDP no larger than Italy. Amazing! Very soon China will have the ability to blind all our communications satellites. I would not be shocked if they are already mostly capable of doing this. Add in some effective EMP weaponry that even an Iran can pull off, we are sitting ducks. Sitting with a military that gets more feminized each year, where allowing in trannys in a big issue. Just look at our Navy ship crashes with women at the helm and Navy ships with depleted personnel due to pregnancies.

    Graham: Russia ‘has an economy the size of Italy’ | PolitiFact
    https://www.politifact.com/…/graham-russia-has-economy-size-italy
    Also, Italy has more wealth relative to the size of its population than Russia does. Italy’s 2013 GDP per capita (per person) was $34,619, … Russia’s economy is larger than Italy’s.

  85. @ben tillman
    @res

    Disqus doesn't censor crimethink.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @res

    Disqus doesn’t censor crimethink.

    Ah, but do the sites that employ it do so?

    • Replies: @ben tillman
    @Reg Cæsar

    Many of them do, yes, including National Review, which banned me for saying something 1/10 as radical as many things that the moderators at The Atlantic let go.

  86. @Desiderius
    @Gaius Gracchus

    Trump’s not moving from American Nationalism, not should he. Of course he’s encouraged by black, Hispanic, and white employment numbers. That who’s going to re-elect him against the best (and brazenly illegal) efforts of your beloved lily-white ruling class.

    White nationalism is looking like more of an oxymoron every day.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @IC8, @Pericles

    Do you seriously believe blacks and hispanics are going to vote for Trump in 2020? Every election, blacks vote 90+% democrat, and every election, boomer/gen-x cons like you insist it will be different this time. It’s like you people are just totally incapable of learning from past mistakes.

    • Replies: @Desiderius
    @IC8

    Of course they’re not going to, but the Ds need them to come out in waves, which they won’t do if they have jobs and Ds don’t run a black.

    , @Gaius Gracchus
    @IC8

    We just need more staying home. However, Trump is increasingly popular with black men and Hispanics.....

  87. Fire Jared Kushner, replace him with Jared Taylor.

    • Replies: @Bubba
    @The Alarmist

    I definitely agree, but I doubt any immigration patriot would get any support from Trump.

    And Trump's staff would annihilate any immigration patriot.

  88. @istevefan
    @EliteCommInc.


    . We don’t need a single imported human being.
     
    Consider this. We have had more immigrants since 1965, than any other nation in history. Yet the people in charge are clamoring for an ever increasing number of immigrants. Even Trump is suggesting we need "record" immigration.

    Well what does this indicate? If a nation is devouring more immigrants than any other nation in history, and still needs an ever increasing number of them to continue to be a going concern, then what does this say about that nation? Either that nation must be able to stand on its own, or it needs to be dissolved.

    And if the US truly needs people, which I dispute, what else does this indicate? It shows something is the matter with our nation in which citizens don't find the environment conducive enough to have many children. So if a nation has such an environment where the natives don't reproduce, and it must continually prop itself up by siphoning off people from other nations, this too suggests the nation must be fixed, or dissolved into new nations.

    Replies: @Anon, @Clyde, @The Alarmist, @War for Blair Mountain, @EliteCommInc., @Olorin, @EliteCommInc.

    The US has nearly 100 million people of working age not in the work force. While many have reasons to not work, far more do not. The US has no real need to import labour, particularly cheap, unskilled foreign labour, until this pool is fully tapped.

  89. @Gaius Gracchus
    While I dislike Trump's pandering, it is necessary at this time.

    1. Trump knows the power of a certain tribal group and placaing them here and there limits their hostilty to him. Jared helps do this.

    2. Trump also knows the Koch network is vile and awful just like the tribal group, but it is better to have them neutral as opposed to hostile. Jared helps do this.

    The libertarians have worked since WW2 to infiltrate and control American policy and thought, changing the Republican Party from the nationalist party it was historically into a pro-oligarchs party it was pre-Trump.

    Change does not happen over night, especially when it has been 75 years building the other way.

    3. Trump is a civic nationalist. Moving from that mindset is difficult. I believe he truly is happy with improved black and Hispanic unemployment numbers. Jared helps with this as well.

    4. Trump has great instincts and successful lowered the voting rates among certain key Democratic groups, not by voter suppression tactics, but by getting them to stay home voluntarily. Certain key Democratic groups also like Trump a lot because he triggers their social desires to follow the rich the strong and the powerful.

    Jared is a liability, but he gives Trump cover and serves his needs. Miller is great and unless Miller loses power, I am not worried about Trump.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @EliteCommInc., @Desiderius, @Matra, @Reg Cæsar, @guest, @War for Blair Mountain, @J.Ross, @Clemsnman, @Jack Hanson

    Seriously….you’re a fucking pinhhead….

    • Replies: @Gaius Gracchus
    @War for Blair Mountain

    Your comment is a sign of an mental giant....or not

  90. @istevefan
    @EliteCommInc.


    . We don’t need a single imported human being.
     
    Consider this. We have had more immigrants since 1965, than any other nation in history. Yet the people in charge are clamoring for an ever increasing number of immigrants. Even Trump is suggesting we need "record" immigration.

    Well what does this indicate? If a nation is devouring more immigrants than any other nation in history, and still needs an ever increasing number of them to continue to be a going concern, then what does this say about that nation? Either that nation must be able to stand on its own, or it needs to be dissolved.

    And if the US truly needs people, which I dispute, what else does this indicate? It shows something is the matter with our nation in which citizens don't find the environment conducive enough to have many children. So if a nation has such an environment where the natives don't reproduce, and it must continually prop itself up by siphoning off people from other nations, this too suggests the nation must be fixed, or dissolved into new nations.

    Replies: @Anon, @Clyde, @The Alarmist, @War for Blair Mountain, @EliteCommInc., @Olorin, @EliteCommInc.

    All nonwhite legal immigration should have been shut down to 0 in 1965….this way we could have avoided POTUS Kamala Harris in 2021…

    • Replies: @PiltdownMan
    @War for Blair Mountain

    Kamala Harris's mother got here in 1959, AFAIK.

  91. • Replies: @eah
    @eah

    https://twitter.com/MarkSKrikorian/status/1113575280285609984

  92. @Gaius Gracchus
    While I dislike Trump's pandering, it is necessary at this time.

    1. Trump knows the power of a certain tribal group and placaing them here and there limits their hostilty to him. Jared helps do this.

    2. Trump also knows the Koch network is vile and awful just like the tribal group, but it is better to have them neutral as opposed to hostile. Jared helps do this.

    The libertarians have worked since WW2 to infiltrate and control American policy and thought, changing the Republican Party from the nationalist party it was historically into a pro-oligarchs party it was pre-Trump.

    Change does not happen over night, especially when it has been 75 years building the other way.

    3. Trump is a civic nationalist. Moving from that mindset is difficult. I believe he truly is happy with improved black and Hispanic unemployment numbers. Jared helps with this as well.

    4. Trump has great instincts and successful lowered the voting rates among certain key Democratic groups, not by voter suppression tactics, but by getting them to stay home voluntarily. Certain key Democratic groups also like Trump a lot because he triggers their social desires to follow the rich the strong and the powerful.

    Jared is a liability, but he gives Trump cover and serves his needs. Miller is great and unless Miller loses power, I am not worried about Trump.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @EliteCommInc., @Desiderius, @Matra, @Reg Cæsar, @guest, @War for Blair Mountain, @J.Ross, @Clemsnman, @Jack Hanson

    This is a good analysis, but I wish our side allowed itself to do that favorite Democrat practice, the one where they say, “we will not do X,” and then they do X so hard the sky breaks, and when people try to talk about it later they bark, “go X yourself, you have only yourself to blame for not seeing that coming, and anyway we now consider X to not only be acceptable but more important than the Constitution.”

  93. @istevefan
    @EliteCommInc.


    . We don’t need a single imported human being.
     
    Consider this. We have had more immigrants since 1965, than any other nation in history. Yet the people in charge are clamoring for an ever increasing number of immigrants. Even Trump is suggesting we need "record" immigration.

    Well what does this indicate? If a nation is devouring more immigrants than any other nation in history, and still needs an ever increasing number of them to continue to be a going concern, then what does this say about that nation? Either that nation must be able to stand on its own, or it needs to be dissolved.

    And if the US truly needs people, which I dispute, what else does this indicate? It shows something is the matter with our nation in which citizens don't find the environment conducive enough to have many children. So if a nation has such an environment where the natives don't reproduce, and it must continually prop itself up by siphoning off people from other nations, this too suggests the nation must be fixed, or dissolved into new nations.

    Replies: @Anon, @Clyde, @The Alarmist, @War for Blair Mountain, @EliteCommInc., @Olorin, @EliteCommInc.

    I don’t tend towards the absolutes this or that. I can and have, generally, I lean toward alternatives. In this case, there’s no reason to dissolve the US. None. If we continue to go down this path of importing people, then the nation will dissolve itself by dilution. As is the case in California. It simply is bizarre here.

    But to your dilemmas:

    1. investment in citizens first and only

    2. that will by consequence lead to citizens having more children

    3. the US has plenty of people to invest in. if unemployment is at 7%, and by unemployed I mean less than full time 40hr work week then we have a glut of 7%.

    4. as for children we should go to a nationwide campaign of adopting the millions available.

    5. I have no issues with the Koch brothers making a dollar. But the business or mechantilism by which business entities undercut the US tax payer while lavishing tax credits, loopholes and benefits as they hire non-citizens should cease and cease immediately.

    6. I don’t think we gave a real grasp of the economy and we won’t until we cease using the current methods of assessing GDP, even the real GDP methodology paint an inaccurate picture.

    7. we need to assess the impact of the trade deficit. Because historically US economic growth and increases in wages and employment have been built on an export of 3% or higher. By the increase in wages and employment, I am not talking about federal spending — but the private industry. i tend to view private industry spending as a negative impact on the overall economy. And while that is not necessarily the case, I consider that valuation healthier for obvious reasons.

    I reject in total any suggestion that the US needs to replace a single citizen (replacement theory) — not a single one and I consider those that offer that package enemies of the state.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @EliteCommInc.

    It simply is bizarre here.

    What is bizarre about it?

  94. @The Anti-Gnostic
    @istevefan

    I’ve heard roofers say that “white boys are too lazy to get on a hot roof during the summer”.

    White boys are too smart to get on a hot roof during the summer. Same reason Irish and Jews are no longer into boxing.

    Seriously, it's stupid to work on a pitched surface thirty feet off the ground carrying 60 pounds of asphalt shingles in 100-degree heat. That's why illiterate Aztecs are the only people still doing it, and they're disabled by age 40.

    It's also stupid to have these ridiculously pitched surfaces with that big, heat-trapping attic below them, and cover them with heavy, heat-absorbing asphalt. Materials and design in residential construction are weirdly retrograde, along with the "cheap" labor that builds them.

    A civil engineer friend tells me the industry is beginning to see some long-overdue disruption though.

    Replies: @Ibound1, @Clyde, @Olorin, @Anonymous

    Yep – the big “breakthrough” in roofing in the last 50 years was the ridge vent.

  95. I’m surprised they actually quoted people from FAIR and CIS. Normally don’t expect the likes of Politico to even cover the other side of the story. Sign of changing attitudes, or just a reporter who went slightly off script?

  96. @ben tillman
    @res

    Disqus doesn't censor crimethink.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @res

    Disqus doesn’t censor crimethink.

    On what do you base that statement?

    https://www.eutimes.net/2017/04/disqus-vows-to-censor-alt-right-toxic-comments-starting-with-breitbart/

    • Replies: @ben tillman
    @res

    No comment of mine has ever been censored.

  97. @Dave Pinsen
    The other problem with Jared is that he’s soft on crime because his dad was sent to the pokey.

    Replies: @Charles Pewitt, @Anonymous, @dr kill

    I rate this statement as mostly true.

  98. @From the Peanut Gallery
    What a surprise! Who could have imagined, back during the 2016 primaries, that Trump was an incompetent buffoon with no real commitment to limiting immigration, who could be talked into anything by his P.C.-addled twit of a son-in-law and his airhead daughter? I am just shocked, shocked.

    Replies: @Pericles

    First amendment and all but were you to talk about President Hillary like that, she’d have you skinned alive and rolled in salt. Presently, Bill would hump your corpse.

  99. @Desiderius
    None of this would have happened if Harvard hadn’t let Jared buy his way in over far more qualified genderqueer women of jaundice.

    Haven’t you, at some point, made enough money Harvard?

    Replies: @captflee, @dr kill

    I’m thinking Trump might have had an auction for Ivanka, has he ever missed a chance to make a score? Think what the Kosher Nostra would pay to become legit. Kushtred, son of Kushtred of Belarusburg, oath man to POTUS, waiting for his Kingdom.

  100. @IQ Realist
    Here is another one Steve.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2019/04/03/opinion/border-honduras-separation-gangs.html

    We Fled the Gangs in Honduras. Then the U.S. Government Took My Baby.

    SAN FRANCISCO — I am an asylum seeker from Honduras and a mother of three children. For over a month my youngest daughter was separated from her father and me by the United States government. I still don’t know where she was during that time or who took care of her.

    She’s a toddler, so she can’t tell me if something bad happened to her. I don’t know if she thinks we chose to abandon her. All I know is she came back pounds thinner, with lice and a hacking cough, and she cried for days, traumatized by a government that keeps children from their parents because they are migrants.

    We fled Honduras to the United States because we feared for our lives. I grew up in the capital, Tegucigalpa. In the past few years, my neighborhood has become one of the deadliest in the city. We had had run-ins with the gangs in the past. On Oct. 18, gang members came to our house looking for my partner, Kevin.

    Replies: @Lot, @Pericles

    I grew up in the capital, Tegucigalpa. … On Oct. 18, gang members came to our house looking for my partner, Kevin.

    LOL! Not faked at all.

  101. @Desiderius
    @Gaius Gracchus

    Trump’s not moving from American Nationalism, not should he. Of course he’s encouraged by black, Hispanic, and white employment numbers. That who’s going to re-elect him against the best (and brazenly illegal) efforts of your beloved lily-white ruling class.

    White nationalism is looking like more of an oxymoron every day.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @IC8, @Pericles

    Of course he’s encouraged by black, Hispanic, and white employment numbers.

    Karl Rove, great strategist. The greatest!

    • Replies: @Desiderius
    @Pericles

    Rove’s a horse’s ass. Trump doesn’t need a Hispanic wave, he just needs continued apathy. Good economies will get that done.

    Replies: @Jack Hanson

  102. @Reg Cæsar

    You might almost get the impression that people named “Kumar” want more of their relatives let into this country.
     
    Here's one. Just be careful how you pronounce his name!

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


    Dr Kumar attended IIT Bombay. You read that right: Bombay.

    As with Peking University, one of the few serious institutions in town never went with the PC name change in English.


    https://www.hindustantimes.com/rf/image_size_960x540/HT/p2/2018/12/02/Pictures/metro_81d17656-f5a0-11e8-84c6-a70c31b0a588.jpg

    Replies: @Pericles, @PiltdownMan

    And the campus address would be IIT Bombay, Mumbai?

  103. @Gaius Gracchus
    While I dislike Trump's pandering, it is necessary at this time.

    1. Trump knows the power of a certain tribal group and placaing them here and there limits their hostilty to him. Jared helps do this.

    2. Trump also knows the Koch network is vile and awful just like the tribal group, but it is better to have them neutral as opposed to hostile. Jared helps do this.

    The libertarians have worked since WW2 to infiltrate and control American policy and thought, changing the Republican Party from the nationalist party it was historically into a pro-oligarchs party it was pre-Trump.

    Change does not happen over night, especially when it has been 75 years building the other way.

    3. Trump is a civic nationalist. Moving from that mindset is difficult. I believe he truly is happy with improved black and Hispanic unemployment numbers. Jared helps with this as well.

    4. Trump has great instincts and successful lowered the voting rates among certain key Democratic groups, not by voter suppression tactics, but by getting them to stay home voluntarily. Certain key Democratic groups also like Trump a lot because he triggers their social desires to follow the rich the strong and the powerful.

    Jared is a liability, but he gives Trump cover and serves his needs. Miller is great and unless Miller loses power, I am not worried about Trump.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @EliteCommInc., @Desiderius, @Matra, @Reg Cæsar, @guest, @War for Blair Mountain, @J.Ross, @Clemsnman, @Jack Hanson

    Libertarians infiltrated the pubs? They’ve done a piss poor job of getting libertarian philosophy put into pub practice, then. Why have pubs grown the government as much as the dems?

    Libertarians are even more useless than I thought, apparently.

    • Replies: @Gaius Gracchus
    @Clemsnman

    It is the ideology of free markets, open borders, deregulation, and no antitrust enforcement that is from the libertarians. An intriguing history if you see how the Chicago School ideology was nurtured and promoted.

  104. @The Anti-Gnostic
    @istevefan

    I’ve heard roofers say that “white boys are too lazy to get on a hot roof during the summer”.

    White boys are too smart to get on a hot roof during the summer. Same reason Irish and Jews are no longer into boxing.

    Seriously, it's stupid to work on a pitched surface thirty feet off the ground carrying 60 pounds of asphalt shingles in 100-degree heat. That's why illiterate Aztecs are the only people still doing it, and they're disabled by age 40.

    It's also stupid to have these ridiculously pitched surfaces with that big, heat-trapping attic below them, and cover them with heavy, heat-absorbing asphalt. Materials and design in residential construction are weirdly retrograde, along with the "cheap" labor that builds them.

    A civil engineer friend tells me the industry is beginning to see some long-overdue disruption though.

    Replies: @Ibound1, @Clyde, @Olorin, @Anonymous

    It’s also stupid to have these ridiculously pitched surfaces with that big, heat-trapping attic below them, and cover them with heavy, heat-absorbing asphalt. Materials and design in residential construction are weirdly retrograde, along with the “cheap” labor that builds them.

    What ideas do you have that are better? Off the top of my head, sheet steel roofing that can be rust proofed for 30 years. I have watched many roofers at work because I find it interesting, serious and necessary work. Plus I had a new roof put on a few years ago and kept a sharp eye, the workers were aware that I making sure they did it right. White roofing co. owner and Central American workers.
    Where I live the roofing materials get delivered by a truck that has a combo boom and conveyor belt, up onto the existing roof. They are not hauled up to the roof by the workers.
    There are some white roofers here. They do repairs (lucrative), which takes experience to track down leaks and a good IQ. They don’t put on new roofs.

  105. @istevefan
    @EliteCommInc.


    . We don’t need a single imported human being.
     
    Consider this. We have had more immigrants since 1965, than any other nation in history. Yet the people in charge are clamoring for an ever increasing number of immigrants. Even Trump is suggesting we need "record" immigration.

    Well what does this indicate? If a nation is devouring more immigrants than any other nation in history, and still needs an ever increasing number of them to continue to be a going concern, then what does this say about that nation? Either that nation must be able to stand on its own, or it needs to be dissolved.

    And if the US truly needs people, which I dispute, what else does this indicate? It shows something is the matter with our nation in which citizens don't find the environment conducive enough to have many children. So if a nation has such an environment where the natives don't reproduce, and it must continually prop itself up by siphoning off people from other nations, this too suggests the nation must be fixed, or dissolved into new nations.

    Replies: @Anon, @Clyde, @The Alarmist, @War for Blair Mountain, @EliteCommInc., @Olorin, @EliteCommInc.

    Endlessly expanding immigration is being used to prop up an unsustainable money/debt regime.

    Unless money is fundamentally restructured, politics will never be.

    All of the perplexities, confusion, and distress in America arises, not from the defects of the Constitution or Confederation, not from want of honor or virtue, so much as from downright ignorance of the nature of coin, credit, and circulation. –John Adams

    • Replies: @istevefan
    @Olorin


    so much as from downright ignorance of the nature of coin, credit, and circulation. –John Adams
     
    I still don't understand how the Founders knew all this. They really were a cut above.
    , @Anonymous
    @Olorin


    Unless money is fundamentally restructured, politics will never be.
     
    What would "fundamentally restructuring money" entail?
  106. Isn’t it distressing and dismaying that Trump needs such minding on this uber-important matter? That if the wrong person is in the room with him when massively destructive legislation is placed on his desk he may just up and sign it and destroy what’s left of our world. I am really getting tired of Trump, but then, we have never had a president who is truly on our side. Screw Bush. Screw Reagan. Screw the entire lot of them.

    As long term strategy it may be better if Dems take the government, go wild and precipitate a Venezuelan type crisis, to which we can hope for some reaction, a reaction that will rollback, disenfranchise the culpable and never allow the present state of affairs to occur again. Oh well, I can dream.

  107. @The Anti-Gnostic
    @istevefan

    I’ve heard roofers say that “white boys are too lazy to get on a hot roof during the summer”.

    White boys are too smart to get on a hot roof during the summer. Same reason Irish and Jews are no longer into boxing.

    Seriously, it's stupid to work on a pitched surface thirty feet off the ground carrying 60 pounds of asphalt shingles in 100-degree heat. That's why illiterate Aztecs are the only people still doing it, and they're disabled by age 40.

    It's also stupid to have these ridiculously pitched surfaces with that big, heat-trapping attic below them, and cover them with heavy, heat-absorbing asphalt. Materials and design in residential construction are weirdly retrograde, along with the "cheap" labor that builds them.

    A civil engineer friend tells me the industry is beginning to see some long-overdue disruption though.

    Replies: @Ibound1, @Clyde, @Olorin, @Anonymous

    Materials and design in residential construction are weirdly retrograde, along with the “cheap” labor that builds them.

    This.

    And the residential construction industry sets zoning standards.

    But consider this regarding your examples, which themselves are retrograde:

    “Big heat trapping attics” and “heat-absorbing asphalt” can produce X months per year of heat gain for things like water and space heating. Hot water and space heating account for about 60% of the average home’s energy use.

    “Ridiculously pitched surfaces” can hold photon-gathering arrays.

    Why isn’t every house equipped with passive infrastructure to capture this energy and put it to good use?

    No, the houses are built so that DR Horton can hire the cheapest labor to build Escape From New York suburbo-barracks for the lowest cost in a low-skilled assembly-line regime.

    The worst is when women and beaners come out of this industry looking for jobs elsewhere, and you effectively have to hire them, because affirmative action–but the former lack the body strength to bend 3/4-inch conduit, and the latter lack the IQ to stay out of the way of a falling rock. Of course they all have carefully isntalled grievances. And lawyers.

    Innovation in home design/materials was stalled when houses became just another way to deliver debtors to the globobanksters via the construction industry. Most people have already forgotten (if they ever knew about) Mr. Andrea Mitchell’s constant honking in the 1980s and 1990s about Democratization Of Mortgages as the solution to all problems (Alan Greenspan also loved immigration–all those individuals handed a house because they could fog a mirror).

    Those of us who are willing to risk our own money and houses developing/testing living-space innovations are punished a thousand ways to Tuesday.

    Many of our desired innovations, like ethnically white communities, are not allowed. Because, like Germany’s economy in the 1930s, it would work all too well…for the “wrong” people.

    On top of that, we’re taxed up the wazoo if our ideas work. In the United States, for instance, the more you improve your property through your own efforts, the higher your assessment and the more graft you have to pay to the county/municipality. Our houses thus become something we never really own…on top of debt chains…and on top of that as well, another resource-redistribution scheme from the intelligent, innovating, and hard working to the dolt-wranglers.

  108. @Paul Rise
    OT and no need to publish - Steve I am on latest Android chrome mobile browser and for some reason I dont see your April fundraiser post. I see the title not the post ... other posts look normal. I think this was happening the other day as well.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer

    Thanks.

    I wonder why …

  109. Prepare for Republican capitulation and SPLC donation!
    (((Lightning))) has struck the historic School for Subversives where Martin Luther King learned about Marx!
    Graffitti was recently found nearby, so that proves it was Evil Nazis!
    https://www.knoxnews.com/story/news/crime/2019/04/02/highlander-center-white-power-graffiti-found-scene-fire-market-tennessee-mlk/3341324002/
    From local news by way of Russian hackers:
    “We had a total loss of the main office,” Woodard Henderson said, showing the still smoldering remains of the New Market building around 6 p.m. Friday.

    “You can see the office is gone, but again nobody was physically hurt,” Woodard Henderson continued. “We did lose, obviously, some really important historical documents. It was not our full archive, and so we’re processing what happened.”

    The fire that claimed the building was initially reported as a brush fire at around 5:30 a.m. Friday, according to the New Market Volunteer Fire Department.

    The cause of the fire is still under investigation by the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office and the state Fire Marshal.

    [MORE]

    The University of Tennessee History Department called the fire “terrible news for Highlander Center and also for East Tennessee history,” in a Friday tweet.

    The center became a key player in the civil rights movement of the 1950s and ’60s, hosting figures such the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., Rosa Parks and Eleanor Roosevelt at workshops and training sessions.

    “While physically unhurt, we are saddened about the loss of our main office. The fire destroyed decades of historic documents, speeches, artifacts and memorabilia from movements of all kinds, including the Civil Rights Movement,” Woodard and Maxfield-Steele said in a statement.

    “Highlander has been a movement home for nearly 87 years and has weathered many storms. This is no different.”

    Crews arrived at the scene by 5:52 a.m. to find the wooden building engulfed in flames.

    “By the time they got there it was burnt to the ground,” Sammy Solomon, a captain with the New Market Volunteer Fire Department, said.

    “Luckily, nobody was inside and nobody was hurt,” said Chelsea Fuller, a communications strategist working on behalf of the Highlander Center. “But it’s devastating.”

    The building was equipped with a burglar and fire alarm system, which apparently failed to alert E-911, Solomon added.

    Founded in 1932 as the Highlander Folk School in Monteagle, Tennessee, the historic center is renowned for its social justice and leadership education.

    The nonprofit has been at its current location in New Market since 1972.

    https://www.knoxnews.com/story/news/local/2019/03/29/highlander-center-fire-video-reveals-extensive-damage/3315473002/

    https://archive.fo/9Ksog

    https://www.knoxnews.com/story/news/local/2019/03/30/5-things-know-highlander-center-fire/3323380002/

    https://archive.fo/xisMe

  110. @YetAnotherAnon
    "Trump Must Fire Jared Kushner Now and Replace Him with Stephen Miller"

    This is a guest post by Charles Pewitt?

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Charles Pewitt

    Not enough adjectives.

  111. @Anonymous
    @Gaius Gracchus

    3. Trump is a civic nationalist.

    So is Steve.

    Replies: @Gordo

    Trump is a civic nationalist.

    Civic nationalist for America, ethno-nationalist for Israel.

  112. How many senior Presidential advisers would be able to politically survive by simple disregardance when being openly called out for exercising Undiluted 19th Century Shtetl Religious Intolerance?

    Which is, regardless of the Current Year rules, still possible only because no relevant governing enabler from both sides of Weimerica’s fake political spectrum will ever have a moxie to address awkward regressions of Kushner’s Tribalism As Usual.

    Who-whom prevents Shiksa from joining the company of N, F,and T Words, nooses & swastikas, black-facing & NASCAR racing, MAGA hats & triple parentheses, smirking, pimply Catholics & white milk, tiki -torches & Fred Perry polo shirts, a little green frogs & whistling dogs, OK hand signs & Rebel flags, 14 words & Moon Man….and hair sniffing?

    https://www.timesofisrael.com/kushners-snubbed-brother-joshs-wife-for-6-years-because-she-wasnt-jewish/

    Having said that, bored identity does believe that in The Land of The Free, Kushner’s Hive Mating Regulations should be treated as a private matter, but, let’s be real, that libertarian train had left the station long time ago.

    Meanwhile, the very same House Monkeys will continue to exercise their mandatory virtue signalling by throwing feces at Steve King.

  113. Anonymous[344] • Disclaimer says:
    @anon
    I saw some goofball on 8chan pretending to be a whistleblower - alternatively, I saw a real-live whistleblower - saying Kushner's large and in charge in the White House, and that Trump sold out all his campaign promises in exchange for Kushner's and Netanyahu's help making Ivanka president in a few years's time. He had a good line, something like "it's the most expensive case of 'Daddy, buy me a pony!' in history."

    He also said that Jews secretly rule the world and the US gov't made contact with aliens.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    The best I saw on 4chan pol a month ago or so was a picture of an orthodox Jew next to Trump in the Oval Office saying something to the effect of “Now Mr Trump, Epstein has provided us with some good photos, you will open the borders and do everything else we tell you to do.” It was posted by an Israeli flag too.

    I wish I had saved it or screencapped it.

    • Replies: @Olorin
    @Anonymous

    Just a hint, but the flags on 4chan are often chosen by the anon and don't necessarily reflect anons' actual location.

    Replies: @Colin

  114. @IHTG
    It'll never happen.

    How about splitting the difference and keeping the number the same, but with a larger percentage of high-skilled immigrants?

    Replies: @Joseph Doaks, @binkyxz3, @Anonymous

    How about ending immigration and training Americans for the necessary skills?

    Preferring already-trained highly skilled foreigners is simply supporting corporate greed on the one hand and screwing the American people on the other.

    If a corporation needs certain skills, the corporation should hire Americans and train them as needed.

    • Replies: @Rosie
    @Joseph Doaks


    Preferring already-trained highly skilled foreigners is simply supporting corporate greed on the one hand and screwing the American people on the other.
     
    Foreign students come here and drive up the cost of secondary education, then foreign workers come here and drive down wages below that which would justify that cost, often after receiving training at a fraction of what it would cost native-born Americans. It's infuriating when you give it a moment's thought, but we can't talk about it, because that would be "looking for someone to blame."
  115. @YetAnotherAnon
    "Trump Must Fire Jared Kushner Now and Replace Him with Stephen Miller"

    This is a guest post by Charles Pewitt?

    Replies: @J.Ross, @Charles Pewitt

    “Trump Must Fire Jared Kushner Now and Replace Him with Stephen Miller”

    This is a guest post by Charles Pewitt?

    Trump MUST Be Challenged In The 2020 GOP Presidential Primary From The White Core American Center Of The USA!

    Sailer MUST Moderate My Comment On Through Where I Modestly Suggest Financially Liquidating Jared Kushner And Then Deporting Kushner To Sub-Saharan Africa.

    MUST We Tolerate This Abuse And Tyranny From Trump Much Longer?

    No, We MUST Not!

    This above all: to thine own self be true, And it MUST follow, as the night the day, Thou canst not then be false to any man. William Shakespeare (1564 – 1616) …

  116. @Nigerian Nationalist
    Meanwhile in France: https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-47772604

    It never ceases to amaze how, despite all the Alpha IQs here, all you lot have managed to do is whine and lose, every time.

    Will never stop being hilarious.

    Replies: @Lot, @larry lurker, @Athletic and Whitesplosive, @dr kill, @Charles Erwin Wilson, @Peacelover

    “all you lot have managed to do is whine and lose, every time.

    Will never stop being hilarious.”

    Hahahahah

    • LOL: BB753
    • Replies: @Nigerian Nationalist
    @Lot

    That's the thing Lot, you fail to understand that Leopold's shenanigans do not affect me one bit. I am currently typing in an 18-degree bubble, despite it being 37 outside. Not even a single bead of sweat will form because of the unfortunates outside. Same logic.

    Like all trolls, I'm simply in it for my amusement, as you guys seem to care a lot about the dilution of white achievement and people, I consider it a duty of sorts, to rile you guys with evidence of the real world.

    Replies: @Jack Hanson, @Lot, @BB753, @rob

  117. He needs to go but the issue is and always remains the GOP in Congress. I doubt even a majority of them would vote to lower legal immigration.

  118. @IC8
    @Desiderius

    Do you seriously believe blacks and hispanics are going to vote for Trump in 2020? Every election, blacks vote 90+% democrat, and every election, boomer/gen-x cons like you insist it will be different this time. It's like you people are just totally incapable of learning from past mistakes.

    Replies: @Desiderius, @Gaius Gracchus

    Of course they’re not going to, but the Ds need them to come out in waves, which they won’t do if they have jobs and Ds don’t run a black.

  119. Trump saying all the right things on immigration, and then doing the exact opposite is getting old.

    Trump seems to think that fear of the alternative will make us ignore/forget in the broken promises in 2020. Dangerous game.

    Personally, I won’t start to take him serious on immigration, until he brings Kris Kobach into the admin, and more importantly begins taking Kobach’s advice.

  120. @Pericles
    @Desiderius


    Of course he’s encouraged by black, Hispanic, and white employment numbers.

     

    Karl Rove, great strategist. The greatest!

    Replies: @Desiderius

    Rove’s a horse’s ass. Trump doesn’t need a Hispanic wave, he just needs continued apathy. Good economies will get that done.

    • Replies: @Jack Hanson
    @Desiderius

    Lmao you actually believe this.

    If Trump wins in 2020 its going to be because of the awfulness of uber-DMV lady Kamela, not because of 4D chess involving Blexit and making St. Dr. Hon. MLK's birthplace a national park.

  121. @Anonymous
    @Desiderius


    White nationalism is looking like more of an oxymoron every day.
     
    How is it an oxymoron?

    Replies: @Desiderius

    Whites are locked in a cold civil war with other whites. Not exactly the most promising fodder for a putative nation.

    • Replies: @istevefan
    @Desiderius


    Whites are locked in a cold civil war with other whites. Not exactly the most promising fodder for a putative nation.
     
    That would be true if you expected all Whites to live in one, giant White nation. But presumably a White nationalist nation would be akin to Israel and the Jews. Israel is the Jewish homeland, but half the world's Jews don't live there. They live in other, non-Jewish nations.

    So presumably the White nationalist nation would be some sort of White homeland even though many, if not most, Whites would live elsewhere.
  122. @AndrewR
    I don't trust Miller. He cucked hard about Richard Spencer. Of course, he's still much better than Kushner but that bar is so low I'm not even sure it's off the ground.

    Replies: @KarlUB, @Jack Hanson, @Mr. Anon, @Anonymous

    Yeah. Fawning at protected Nazi-larpers is definitely the problem.

    • Replies: @AndrewR
    @KarlUB

    Perhaps you could be clear with your meaning instead of acting like a passive-aggressive teenaged girl.

  123. Steve

    Go read comment# 30…when Paul let’s it through…..over at Paul Kersey newest post……it was a horrific crime….one of the worst ever……..and it occured in John Derbyshire’s neck of the woods……

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @War for Blair Mountain


    Go read comment# 30…when Paul let’s it through…..over at Paul Kersey newest post……it was a horrific crime….one of the worst ever……..and it occured in John Derbyshire’s neck of the woods……
     
    Link?
  124. Anonymous[344] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous
    @Dave Pinsen


    The other problem with Jared is that he’s soft on crime because his dad was sent to the pokey.
     
    How do we know Jared isn't just wisely recognizing the need (assuming) to compromise, in order to get anything done on immigration? It's not like the Trump Administration has made much progress on immigration so far.

    Alternatively (but also consistent with that), wouldn't higher numbers of "jobs-based" immigrants be in line with the Trump Administration's heretofore announced policy of shifting from chain migration to skills based?

    Are you, Steve, Kaus, and Coulter being too hard on Jared?

    Replies: @Lot, @Buzz Mohawk, @Anonymous

    Are you, Steve, Kaus, and Coulter being too hard on Jared?

    Is that you, Jared?

  125. @Olorin
    @istevefan

    Endlessly expanding immigration is being used to prop up an unsustainable money/debt regime.

    Unless money is fundamentally restructured, politics will never be.


    All of the perplexities, confusion, and distress in America arises, not from the defects of the Constitution or Confederation, not from want of honor or virtue, so much as from downright ignorance of the nature of coin, credit, and circulation. --John Adams
     

    Replies: @istevefan, @Anonymous

    so much as from downright ignorance of the nature of coin, credit, and circulation. –John Adams

    I still don’t understand how the Founders knew all this. They really were a cut above.

  126. istevefan says:
    @Desiderius
    @Anonymous

    Whites are locked in a cold civil war with other whites. Not exactly the most promising fodder for a putative nation.

    Replies: @istevefan

    Whites are locked in a cold civil war with other whites. Not exactly the most promising fodder for a putative nation.

    That would be true if you expected all Whites to live in one, giant White nation. But presumably a White nationalist nation would be akin to Israel and the Jews. Israel is the Jewish homeland, but half the world’s Jews don’t live there. They live in other, non-Jewish nations.

    So presumably the White nationalist nation would be some sort of White homeland even though many, if not most, Whites would live elsewhere.

  127. @BB753
    I wouldn't let my daughter marry a scoundrel like Jared. He looks like a young Montgomery Burns. Cowardly, sneaky, greedy and untrustworthy.
    Donald Trump must have needed the money and the connections.

    Replies: @Twinkie

    I wouldn’t let my daughter marry a scoundrel like Jared. He looks like a young Montgomery Burns. Cowardly, sneaky, greedy and untrustworthy.
    Donald Trump must have needed the money and the connections.

    Look at his father.

    Jared Kushner gives off that Rasputin vibe, minus any magnetic charm. So, just creepy, I guess.

    • Replies: @Charles Erwin Wilson
    @Twinkie


    Jared Kushner gives off that Rasputin vibe, minus any magnetic charm. So, just creepy, I guess.
     
    That is it! Rasputin! But that means you have to try really, really hard to kill him. And then maybe he isn't really dead.

    Jared Kushner could be the bastard descendant of Tsarevich Alexei. Kushner could be the untimely offspring of a star-crossed union of Alexei with Maria Rasputin. That would account for the Rasputin vibe.

    Or maybe Kushner is just another libtard, and all libtards give off that Rasputin vibe. I am thinking it is hard to know which is right.
    , @Jenner Ickham Errican
    @Twinkie


    So, just creepy, I guess.
     
    Google search for kushner “doll’s eyes” brings up a lot of references to this famous [slightly modified] passage:

    Sometimes that Jared, he looks right into ya. Right into your eyes. Y’know the thing about a Jared, he’s got... lifeless eyes, black eyes, like a doll’s eyes. When he comes at ya, doesn't seem to be livin’… until he bites ya.
     
    https://m.media-amazon.com/images/M/MV5BMzk2YTdkZTkt[email protected]._V1_.jpg
  128. @Nigerian Nationalist
    Meanwhile in France: https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-47772604

    It never ceases to amaze how, despite all the Alpha IQs here, all you lot have managed to do is whine and lose, every time.

    Will never stop being hilarious.

    Replies: @Lot, @larry lurker, @Athletic and Whitesplosive, @dr kill, @Charles Erwin Wilson, @Peacelover

    Will never stop being hilarious.

    Weird. I honestly thought you were a based ethnonationalist ally. Guess I need to lurk moar.

    • Replies: @Nigerian Nationalist
    @larry lurker

    I'm not an ally per se. Let's be honest, at least some of your fellow travellers, if they could would wipe out people that look like I do.

    But you guys aren't as preachy as the Left, and we can at least agree that he ra-ra girl power, woo hoo butt sex brigade across the rest of the internet is over done. Throw in the opportunity of new perspectives, and the ability to troll the more sensitive among you, and the advantages I gain here outweigh the occasional whinniness.

  129. @Whiskey
    Jared is family. Miller is some guy. Trump will dump us and Miller before Jared.

    Bottom line politics is a failure. We have open borders now and forever. That will never change. Not ever. And we will get 45 million Central Americans in the next five years. Min.

    We as White men need a social and cultural network that provides a shield against our enemies seeking to destroy us. That includes local, state, and federal government under President Harris. As well as non Whites and honorary non Whites such as White women.

    Voting is a waste of time. A social movement is not.

    Replies: @BB753

    “Jared is family.”

    So was Brutus to Caesar. “Kai su, téknon!” or in Shakespeare’s translation to Latin” Et tu, Brute? “. Jared is definitely a backstabber.

  130. @KarlUB
    @AndrewR

    Yeah. Fawning at protected Nazi-larpers is definitely the problem.

    Replies: @AndrewR

    Perhaps you could be clear with your meaning instead of acting like a passive-aggressive teenaged girl.

  131. I haven’t seen this angle considered yet: Princess Jared hates Steve Bannon and will do everything to smite Bannon by advocating policies championed by Bannon.

  132. @Paul Yarbles

    But Trump himself has publicly said he also supports higher levels of legal immigration, a priority generally supported by a business community short on skilled workers.
     
    Shortage of skilled American workers! You think these geniuses would understand the concept of feedback.

    If someone as pro-Trump as me is getting pissed, then Trump is in trouble in 2020.

    Replies: @Jack Hanson, @Bubba, @Anonymous

    I’m off the Trump Train. Paint me firmly accelerationist. There is no border, Princess Jared is running things, and full scale systemic collapse looks like an improvement over the status quo.

    • Replies: @Bubba
    @Jack Hanson

    Indeed.

    And I thought Trump would actually save the GOP from its immigration suicide pact.

    Now the GOP is really gone, forever.

    , @Chrisnonymous
    @Jack Hanson

    You black pill loser!!!!! You just got off the train cause you were missing your Doomasturbation, yeah????? The wall is being built!!!! Just wait til the God-Emperor reveals his master 4D plan!!!!!! I'm glad you're not in my foxhole, pissy-pants!!!!!

    Replies: @Jack Hanson

  133. @AndrewR
    I don't trust Miller. He cucked hard about Richard Spencer. Of course, he's still much better than Kushner but that bar is so low I'm not even sure it's off the ground.

    Replies: @KarlUB, @Jack Hanson, @Mr. Anon, @Anonymous

    Richard fucking Spencer as your hill to die on. Holy shit my sides are to the moon.

    Throwing that idiot and his internet aristocrat LARP to one side speaks well of Miller, not badly.

    • Replies: @AndrewR
    @Jack Hanson

    Jackie's drunk-posting again. Sad!

    I'm not here to defend Spencer. He's a joke. But if the Lügenpresse tried to guilt me by association with Spencer I wouldn't issue the sort of cowardly response Miller did. You can disavow without being a gutless punk.

    Replies: @Jack Hanson, @Anonymous

  134. @Nigerian Nationalist
    Meanwhile in France: https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-47772604

    It never ceases to amaze how, despite all the Alpha IQs here, all you lot have managed to do is whine and lose, every time.

    Will never stop being hilarious.

    Replies: @Lot, @larry lurker, @Athletic and Whitesplosive, @dr kill, @Charles Erwin Wilson, @Peacelover

    Well “nigerian nationalist”, how does the best and brightest of your backward dump of a homeland leaving to become non-productive social parasites (not least of which is this comically moronic-looking pet of Macron’s) in France advance Nigerian nationalism exactly?

    • Replies: @Nigerian Nationalist
    @Athletic and Whitesplosive

    A. They are SJWs, so they are a personal threat against someone with my political/cultural views. Exporting them to the West comes first.

    B. Nationalism can be best channelled through resentment, the more of them--she is Senegalese though-- whose prominence trigger whitelashes, the more come to the inevitable conclusion, multi-culti is a ticking bomb.

    C. The more big fish leave, the more valuable even tiddlers look in this here small pond.

    So really, all sunny uplands from my perspective.

    Replies: @Anonymous

  135. @Gaius Gracchus
    While I dislike Trump's pandering, it is necessary at this time.

    1. Trump knows the power of a certain tribal group and placaing them here and there limits their hostilty to him. Jared helps do this.

    2. Trump also knows the Koch network is vile and awful just like the tribal group, but it is better to have them neutral as opposed to hostile. Jared helps do this.

    The libertarians have worked since WW2 to infiltrate and control American policy and thought, changing the Republican Party from the nationalist party it was historically into a pro-oligarchs party it was pre-Trump.

    Change does not happen over night, especially when it has been 75 years building the other way.

    3. Trump is a civic nationalist. Moving from that mindset is difficult. I believe he truly is happy with improved black and Hispanic unemployment numbers. Jared helps with this as well.

    4. Trump has great instincts and successful lowered the voting rates among certain key Democratic groups, not by voter suppression tactics, but by getting them to stay home voluntarily. Certain key Democratic groups also like Trump a lot because he triggers their social desires to follow the rich the strong and the powerful.

    Jared is a liability, but he gives Trump cover and serves his needs. Miller is great and unless Miller loses power, I am not worried about Trump.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @EliteCommInc., @Desiderius, @Matra, @Reg Cæsar, @guest, @War for Blair Mountain, @J.Ross, @Clemsnman, @Jack Hanson

    Believing this shit after the last six months. We got an EO on the Golan Heights but not birthright citizenship.

    The Boomers pushing “Israel, minority unemployment, and TP USA” are going to have a bad time in 2020 when POTATUS gets BTFO’d.

    The Nile ain’t just a river in Egypt. What’s the name of your QAnon Twitter.

    • Replies: @Feryl
    @Jack Hanson

    Trump reverting to 1990's/2000's BAU Republicanism is of course terrible for his own legacy, and the GOP's longevity. However stupid the Dems are on many issues, they are much more likely to create a culture that veers us away from war, and at least make a token effort to assist the mid-lower classes via things like minimum wage increases and greater tolerance of labor organizing.

    Asking the current GOP culture to be more Doveish, or stop with the Kevin Willamson-esque insulting of lower class workers, as if it's still 1985 and Detroit's unions are the reason for America de-industrializing (no, you F***ing morons, it's our gutless sell-out elites who wanted the cheapest labor imaginable), is a fool's errand. All's they care bout is Jeebus, Israel, the MIC, and keeping the subsidies flowing for Plains agribusiness.

    I'd be more than happy to eat crow if actual evidence of populism surfaces among the GOP, but mere lip service to populist issues just isn't good enough. And in some cases (like altering our foreign policy), it was Trump......And just Trump alone, who promised to break the GOP norm. How's that worked out? If we can't even get the GOP to make the right statements about the error of our ways, WRT foreign policy, how the hell do we expect them to actually do anything?

  136. @Flip
    @EliteCommInc.

    The business lobby wants more immigrants to come in to keep wages for Americans from going up. Cesar Chavez and Samuel Gompers were anti-immigration to protect the standard of living of their union members.

    At this point, I am fine with the Romney/Ryan/McCain type Republicans losing. They are too much invade/invite the world types.

    Replies: @EliteCommInc.

    Excuse me. Missed this.

    I lean in that direction as well.

    • Replies: @Flip
    @EliteCommInc.

    It might be good to have the far left Democrats in power to provoke a reaction from conservative whites.

  137. @istevefan
    @EliteCommInc.


    . We don’t need a single imported human being.
     
    Consider this. We have had more immigrants since 1965, than any other nation in history. Yet the people in charge are clamoring for an ever increasing number of immigrants. Even Trump is suggesting we need "record" immigration.

    Well what does this indicate? If a nation is devouring more immigrants than any other nation in history, and still needs an ever increasing number of them to continue to be a going concern, then what does this say about that nation? Either that nation must be able to stand on its own, or it needs to be dissolved.

    And if the US truly needs people, which I dispute, what else does this indicate? It shows something is the matter with our nation in which citizens don't find the environment conducive enough to have many children. So if a nation has such an environment where the natives don't reproduce, and it must continually prop itself up by siphoning off people from other nations, this too suggests the nation must be fixed, or dissolved into new nations.

    Replies: @Anon, @Clyde, @The Alarmist, @War for Blair Mountain, @EliteCommInc., @Olorin, @EliteCommInc.

    I would that we need a careful assessment of minimum wage laws. They really create downward pressure for small businesses that simply cannot meet the arbitrary standards which may not reflect the actual economy health of the state or community they operate in.

  138. @Desiderius
    @Pericles

    Rove’s a horse’s ass. Trump doesn’t need a Hispanic wave, he just needs continued apathy. Good economies will get that done.

    Replies: @Jack Hanson

    Lmao you actually believe this.

    If Trump wins in 2020 its going to be because of the awfulness of uber-DMV lady Kamela, not because of 4D chess involving Blexit and making St. Dr. Hon. MLK’s birthplace a national park.

  139. @The Alarmist
    Fire Jared Kushner, replace him with Jared Taylor.

    Replies: @Bubba

    I definitely agree, but I doubt any immigration patriot would get any support from Trump.

    And Trump’s staff would annihilate any immigration patriot.

  140. @Jack Hanson
    @AndrewR

    Richard fucking Spencer as your hill to die on. Holy shit my sides are to the moon.

    Throwing that idiot and his internet aristocrat LARP to one side speaks well of Miller, not badly.

    Replies: @AndrewR

    Jackie’s drunk-posting again. Sad!

    I’m not here to defend Spencer. He’s a joke. But if the Lügenpresse tried to guilt me by association with Spencer I wouldn’t issue the sort of cowardly response Miller did. You can disavow without being a gutless punk.

    • Replies: @Jack Hanson
    @AndrewR

    You're defending a fat failure of a LARPer.

    I'm completely sober. You being drunk would at least be an excuse for having such ridiculous judgment.

    , @Anonymous
    @AndrewR


    But if the Lügenpresse tried to guilt me by association with Spencer I wouldn’t issue the sort of cowardly response Miller did. You can disavow without being a gutless punk.
     
    How would Miller's having associated himself with the pro-"ethnic cleansing," sieg heiling Richard Spencer have advanced the interests of the American people?

    Replies: @AndrewR

  141. @Gunner
    Why is Jarvanka so obsessed with making happy the people who uniformly hate them and dream of terrorizing them?

    Replies: @Vinteuil

    Why is Jarvanka so obsessed with making happy the people who uniformly hate them and dream of terrorizing them?

    Why are ugly girls & dweeby boys in high school so obsessed with sucking up to the cool kids?

    Nature is cruel.

  142. @Paul Yarbles

    But Trump himself has publicly said he also supports higher levels of legal immigration, a priority generally supported by a business community short on skilled workers.
     
    Shortage of skilled American workers! You think these geniuses would understand the concept of feedback.

    If someone as pro-Trump as me is getting pissed, then Trump is in trouble in 2020.

    Replies: @Jack Hanson, @Bubba, @Anonymous

    If someone as pro-Trump as me is getting pissed, then Trump is in trouble in 2020.

    Amen brother! I went to several Trump rallies where “Build the Wall!” and “Lock Her Up!” echoed loudly.

    Now it’s clear that the border would have been better protected with Hillary or Jeb! as president. Who’d a thunk that 2 or 3 years ago.

  143. @res
    @ben tillman


    Disqus doesn’t censor crimethink.
     
    On what do you base that statement?

    https://www.eutimes.net/2017/04/disqus-vows-to-censor-alt-right-toxic-comments-starting-with-breitbart/

    Replies: @ben tillman

    No comment of mine has ever been censored.

  144. @Jack Hanson
    @Paul Yarbles

    I'm off the Trump Train. Paint me firmly accelerationist. There is no border, Princess Jared is running things, and full scale systemic collapse looks like an improvement over the status quo.

    Replies: @Bubba, @Chrisnonymous

    Indeed.

    And I thought Trump would actually save the GOP from its immigration suicide pact.

    Now the GOP is really gone, forever.

  145. @216
    The administration expects us to be grateful for only adding 30K H-2B, rather than the full 60K they were allotted by Congress.

    I don't fully comprehend why anyone aware of demographic data in the GOP can argue that mass immigration will do anything other than destroy the party's electoral prospects. Precisely why will Asians/Hispanics reject the anti-white racism delivered by the Democrats? How do you stop the deterioration in religion without defunding academia?

    The only right-wing political party that has ever benefited from mass immigration is Likud.

    Replies: @Clyde, @Chrisnonymous

    Do you think Kushner has the GOP’s best interests in mind? I don’t.

    • Replies: @216
    @Chrisnonymous

    A lot of the GOP pols want to be the current Democrats, while DSA takes over the Dem party.

    The stated rhetoric is about needing immigrants to work in "reopened factories", something that has never come up before outside of Trump (Kudlow's) imagination.

    There are certainly enough dumb GOP pols to think that you can get Big Tech on your side if you give them an unlimited supply of green cards. Lots of the GOP base doesn't even realize that LEGAL immigrants vote 3-1 Dem.

    Replies: @Feryl

  146. @Jack Hanson
    @Paul Yarbles

    I'm off the Trump Train. Paint me firmly accelerationist. There is no border, Princess Jared is running things, and full scale systemic collapse looks like an improvement over the status quo.

    Replies: @Bubba, @Chrisnonymous

    You black pill loser!!!!! You just got off the train cause you were missing your Doomasturbation, yeah????? The wall is being built!!!! Just wait til the God-Emperor reveals his master 4D plan!!!!!! I’m glad you’re not in my foxhole, pissy-pants!!!!!

    • Replies: @Jack Hanson
    @Chrisnonymous

    Pillow wife cutting you off again in the land of Rising Sun has you on edge, huh big guy?

    New information leads to new conclusions. I know that as an autist this is a hard concept, but c'mon man.

  147. @DCThrowback
    It is noted in the piece that anything Jared comes up with must go through Stephen Miller for his approval FIRST before it gets to DRUMPF. This is notable.

    Second, the more egregious example in the piece is not Kumar, but Jorge Lima from the Koch-to-pus' "Americans for Prosperity".

    The Kochs and their billions have been wrong about everything - GOP electoral politics, Trump, immigration. WHY DO THEY GET A SEAT AT THE TABLE?

    Finally, Jess Vaughan of the CIS is the best. Asking why Trump is allowing Jared pursue "Comprehensive Immigration Reform" when the border is at DEFCON 5 is the right question for which there is no good answer.

    Replies: @res, @Dave Gorak, @Dtbb, @CrunchybutRealistCon

    There’s a dangerous autism afoot or maybe just stubborn bloody mindedness.
    Even on Luke Ford’s show you have Kyle babbling about how attracting high IQ immigrants to the West could be a big Win.
    Imagine seeing countries like those in Africa, Central America, or even in most of Asia, and thinking:
    “What would be ideal is if the West sucked up these countries’ top 10% of higher IQ citizens and brought them here. Heaven knows that Guatemala, Ghana, Bangladesh & Indonesia are overburdened with law abiding, innovative, high IQ people. We must bring them to the West since the 3rd World is simply too stable & too prosperous.”

    • Agree: Desiderius
    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @CrunchybutRealistCon

    Somebody should study what's going on in Guyana, which has had a vast outflow of its people to the U.S.

    Replies: @CrunchybutRealistCon

    , @Anonymous
    @CrunchybutRealistCon


    Even on Luke Ford’s show you have Kyle babbling about how attracting high IQ immigrants to the West could be a big Win.
     
    A big win for whom? These foreigners displace our own people from the best jobs.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

  148. 216 says:
    @Chrisnonymous
    @216

    Do you think Kushner has the GOP's best interests in mind? I don't.

    Replies: @216

    A lot of the GOP pols want to be the current Democrats, while DSA takes over the Dem party.

    The stated rhetoric is about needing immigrants to work in “reopened factories”, something that has never come up before outside of Trump (Kudlow’s) imagination.

    There are certainly enough dumb GOP pols to think that you can get Big Tech on your side if you give them an unlimited supply of green cards. Lots of the GOP base doesn’t even realize that LEGAL immigrants vote 3-1 Dem.

    • Replies: @Feryl
    @216

    Well, under Reaganism the mere pretense of "following the law" is what counts, not the material/objective reality of various asinine pieces of legislation.

    UR right, the bizarrely pedantic fixation on "illegal" immigration dates back to the mid-80's and the notion that America is a "melting pot" of productive "legal" immigrants, which is only threatened by unauthorized immigrants and/or bigoted nativists. The 1986 amnesty was supposed to cause assimilation of the growing immigrant population, but in practice ethnic diasporas (illegal or otherwise) have grown and become more distinct from America culture since the late 80's. Of course, by the late 1980's we had two generations coming into power (Silents and Boomers) with no memory whatsoever of the racial unrest and nativism of circa 1900-1925 (by some accounts this was the 2nd most troubled period in US history after the Civil War era). Silents and Boomers took decades to understand the dangers of high immigration levels (illegal or otherwise), well after America had squandered every achievement of circa 1900-1960).

    WRT high skilled/legal immigration, how do we Americans feel about the NHL, pro baseball and pro basketball, since circa 1990, being full of people not from America or Canada? High levels of "skilled" immigration (almost always of the "legal" type) has been good for global business, but of course this has come at the expense of North Americans who otherwise would've had these jobs. Culturally speaking, sports locker rooms used to be firmly steeped in North American culture; now you have Europeans, Asians, and Latin Americans creating a "rainbow" coalition, leading to pressure on teams to employ multi-lingual coaches, and of course, natural camaraderie is much more unusual these days, particularly in baseball where many of the Latin players speak very limited English and have a much different sensibility than the Anglo players. An under-rated reason for the NFL's continuing popularity is that it still is "our" sport, with only a handful of imports who typically speak English as a first language.

  149. @Anonymous
    It will never happen because Miller is too short. Kushner is like 6'2", and has at least half a foot on him. It might seem very superficial, but it's probably a bigger factor than him being Trump's son-in-law. Trump just doesn't respect short people, and heightism in general is a real thing.

    Replies: @Simply Simon

    Just being tall is not necessarily an advantage. I’m only 5-8, and at my best fighting weight of 180, I had no fear of tall men. I was quick as a cat and invariably could maneuver myself into position for a Half-Nelson which would quickly render my foe helpless. When one’s air is cut off no alternative but to give up.

  150. 216 says:
    @Daniel H
    Anybody associated with the Republicans will always cuck out. We need rhetorical overload here, just to get the government to honor the law as it is. Immigration: don't mend it, END it. We have to get this meme out there. Immigration: don't mend it, END it.

    Replies: @216

    You need another Depression to do that. Public sympathy is the highest ever recorded towards immigration, as previously skeptical white Dems now realize that it offers the chance of permanent majority.

    We live in a world where Afrikaners are told they aren’t oppressed despite an inability to vote out a government threatening to confiscate their property. The sitting Vice President of that country was literally exposed by the NYT as having run death squads.

    And if the Boer cannot generate sympathy or even notice, how is it ever going to accrue to displaced white conservatives?

  151. @Nigerian Nationalist
    Meanwhile in France: https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-47772604

    It never ceases to amaze how, despite all the Alpha IQs here, all you lot have managed to do is whine and lose, every time.

    Will never stop being hilarious.

    Replies: @Lot, @larry lurker, @Athletic and Whitesplosive, @dr kill, @Charles Erwin Wilson, @Peacelover

    I thought it was black men that macron favored with his glance and caress. Is this one a tranny? Or she has a brother that he finds attractive.

  152. @CrunchybutRealistCon
    @DCThrowback

    There's a dangerous autism afoot or maybe just stubborn bloody mindedness.
    Even on Luke Ford's show you have Kyle babbling about how attracting high IQ immigrants to the West could be a big Win.
    Imagine seeing countries like those in Africa, Central America, or even in most of Asia, and thinking:
    "What would be ideal is if the West sucked up these countries' top 10% of higher IQ citizens and brought them here. Heaven knows that Guatemala, Ghana, Bangladesh & Indonesia are overburdened with law abiding, innovative, high IQ people. We must bring them to the West since the 3rd World is simply too stable & too prosperous."

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Anonymous

    Somebody should study what’s going on in Guyana, which has had a vast outflow of its people to the U.S.

    • Replies: @CrunchybutRealistCon
    @Steve Sailer

    Agreed. Many former British colonies, protectorates in the Caribbean region have basically become hollowed out by an exodus of their higher IQ fraction to the West. They wanted independence but all of a sudden decided instead to flee to the homelands of their colonial masters. Sure, many high profile emigres are athletes like Frank Bruno or Lennox Lewis, but countless others (or their children) ended up being recruited as activists for the Coalition of the Fringes: David Lammy & Diane Abbott in Britain being prominent examples.
    Even Colin Powell couldn't resist helping advance Obama despite all the early support he got from conservative Whites in Middle America. Tribal loyalties & petty resentments will override any ideological inclination or gratitude to their new host nation.

  153. anon[193] • Disclaimer says:

    “all you lot have managed to do is whine and lose, every time. Will never stop being hilarious.”

    Hilarious if you’re a psychopath. Imagine torturing a cat and then laughing at its inability to get away from you. BTW, why do SJWs use the word “hilarious” to describe things that are actually quite horrifying? It’s almost like these people lack introspection or inner voice or moral standards or something.

  154. @eah
    https://twitter.com/RyanGirdusky/status/1113151241683701760

    Replies: @eah

  155. @Nigerian Nationalist
    Meanwhile in France: https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-47772604

    It never ceases to amaze how, despite all the Alpha IQs here, all you lot have managed to do is whine and lose, every time.

    Will never stop being hilarious.

    Replies: @Lot, @larry lurker, @Athletic and Whitesplosive, @dr kill, @Charles Erwin Wilson, @Peacelover

    It never ceases to amaze how, despite all the Alpha IQs here, all you lot have managed to do is whine and lose, every time.

    Summon the demon my friend. And do it again and again, just as you have. And when it is your turn to pay the price, remember it was you doing the summoning.

    • Replies: @Nigerian Nationalist
    @Charles Erwin Wilson

    Here is a counterfactual for you to consider. Would a Jew go back to prevent the Holocaust, knowing that without its impetus, there would be no State of Israel?

    Better the demons be summoned than this false status-quo stay maintained.

    'sides, y'all are mostly fat, dull basement dwellers anyways. To busy larping as demons to actually do anything (:

    Replies: @Anonymous

  156. @Paul
    There is no such thing as a labor shortage. There is a shortage of businesses that want to pay a market clearing wage. Those businesses that cannot pay competitive wages should step aside and make way for businesses than can compete.

    Replies: @Charles Erwin Wilson

    There is a shortage of businesses that want to pay a market clearing wage.

    True.

  157. @Matra
    @Gaius Gracchus

    Trump has great instincts and successful lowered the voting rates among certain key Democratic groups, not by voter suppression tactics, but by getting them to stay home voluntarily.

    Which groups are you referring to and do you have data on this? The impression is that the Left have never been so mobilised and motivated but data would be better than an impression.

    Replies: @Gaius Gracchus

    Trump took out the fabled Blue Wall with lower vote totals from blacks in those states. There were stories about blacks staying home because they didn’t want to vote for Hillary but couldn’t bring themselves to vote for Trump.

    Allegedly, the Trump campaign used their targeted advertising with this intent.

  158. @Steve Sailer
    @CrunchybutRealistCon

    Somebody should study what's going on in Guyana, which has had a vast outflow of its people to the U.S.

    Replies: @CrunchybutRealistCon

    Agreed. Many former British colonies, protectorates in the Caribbean region have basically become hollowed out by an exodus of their higher IQ fraction to the West. They wanted independence but all of a sudden decided instead to flee to the homelands of their colonial masters. Sure, many high profile emigres are athletes like Frank Bruno or Lennox Lewis, but countless others (or their children) ended up being recruited as activists for the Coalition of the Fringes: David Lammy & Diane Abbott in Britain being prominent examples.
    Even Colin Powell couldn’t resist helping advance Obama despite all the early support he got from conservative Whites in Middle America. Tribal loyalties & petty resentments will override any ideological inclination or gratitude to their new host nation.

  159. @Twinkie
    @BB753


    I wouldn’t let my daughter marry a scoundrel like Jared. He looks like a young Montgomery Burns. Cowardly, sneaky, greedy and untrustworthy.
    Donald Trump must have needed the money and the connections.
     
    Look at his father.

    Jared Kushner gives off that Rasputin vibe, minus any magnetic charm. So, just creepy, I guess.

    Replies: @Charles Erwin Wilson, @Jenner Ickham Errican

    Jared Kushner gives off that Rasputin vibe, minus any magnetic charm. So, just creepy, I guess.

    That is it! Rasputin! But that means you have to try really, really hard to kill him. And then maybe he isn’t really dead.

    Jared Kushner could be the bastard descendant of Tsarevich Alexei. Kushner could be the untimely offspring of a star-crossed union of Alexei with Maria Rasputin. That would account for the Rasputin vibe.

    Or maybe Kushner is just another libtard, and all libtards give off that Rasputin vibe. I am thinking it is hard to know which is right.

  160. @Reg Cæsar
    @Gaius Gracchus


    The libertarians have worked since WW2 to infiltrate and control American policy and thought, changing the Republican Party from the nationalist party it was historically into a pro-oligarchs party it was pre-Trump.
     
    What "libertarians"? On things like tariff reduction and immigration, the Democrats were way ahead of any few libertarians there may have been, and they're the ones who pushed those through.

    Also, subsidized immigration is the opposite of libertarian. "Public charge" laws are not. Pay your own way, José.

    Opposing the Sixteenth Amendment was "pro-oligarchs"? I suppose supporting the First is "pro-media", the Second, "pro-gun manufacturers", and the Fourth, "pro-drug cartels".

    Replies: @Gaius Gracchus

    Libertarianism as we know it began after WW2 with the Mont Pelerin Society. It is a fascinating example of a successful conspiracy, including the creation of the Economics Nobel Prize (which isn’t done by the Nobel committee).

    Historically, “free markets” meant a market free of powerful forces, not a market free of regulation. This is just one example of how the MPS members twisted society.

    Tariffs were a traditional Republican position. Since Jefferson, the Democrats have been the party of free trade. Protectionism began in America with Hamilton and continued with the Whigs (who embraced the American School of Economics).

    Infrastructure efforts are also Republican (and before that Whig).

    Antitrust enforcement is Republican and conservative. Libertarianism have destroyed it and current system encourages oligarchs and concentration of power. It is the exact opposite of what Adam Smith envisioned and contrary to his writings.

    Every time I hear some GOPe pundit talk about free trade and free markets and against antitrust enforcement and favor limiting government expenditures as if these are Republican and conservative ideals, I cringe. These are neoliberal ideas from the libertarian effort to twist history.

    Finally, noninterventionism is Republican and conservative. Free trade leads to war, as free traders look at any closed market as a threat. Free trade is an imperialistic philosophy.

    I am only touching the surface of how this all was twisted since 1945…….

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Gaius Gracchus


    limiting government expenditures as if these are Republican and conservative ideals
     
    Limiting government expenditures is about as conservative as it gets. Come on, whose money is it?

    Every time I hear some GOPe pundit talk about free trade and free markets
     
    Then why stop with tariffs, and just go with straight embargoes? The farmers would bitch, but how conservative are farmers?

    Tariffs were a traditional Republican position. Since Jefferson, the Democrats have been the party of free trade.

     

    Again, why not embargoes? They are stronger than mere tariffs. Tariffs merely slow trade, embargoes destroy it.

    But at least you don't go along with the pretense that the South was in any way conservative.

    Replies: @Anonymous

  161. @guest
    @Gaius Gracchus

    Trump can hire as many Kushners, recognize as many Jerusalems, and defend as many Golan Heights as he wants. That "certain tribal group" is still hostile.

    Replies: @Gaius Gracchus

    Yes. But until we get real antitrust enforcement and break the power of the tribal oligarchs, he needs to minimize their hostilty by playing along.

  162. @IC8
    @Desiderius

    Do you seriously believe blacks and hispanics are going to vote for Trump in 2020? Every election, blacks vote 90+% democrat, and every election, boomer/gen-x cons like you insist it will be different this time. It's like you people are just totally incapable of learning from past mistakes.

    Replies: @Desiderius, @Gaius Gracchus

    We just need more staying home. However, Trump is increasingly popular with black men and Hispanics…..

  163. @War for Blair Mountain
    @Gaius Gracchus

    Seriously....you’re a fucking pinhhead....

    Replies: @Gaius Gracchus

    Your comment is a sign of an mental giant….or not

  164. @Clemsnman
    @Gaius Gracchus

    Libertarians infiltrated the pubs? They've done a piss poor job of getting libertarian philosophy put into pub practice, then. Why have pubs grown the government as much as the dems?

    Libertarians are even more useless than I thought, apparently.

    Replies: @Gaius Gracchus

    It is the ideology of free markets, open borders, deregulation, and no antitrust enforcement that is from the libertarians. An intriguing history if you see how the Chicago School ideology was nurtured and promoted.

  165. @Reg Cæsar

    You might almost get the impression that people named “Kumar” want more of their relatives let into this country.
     
    Here's one. Just be careful how you pronounce his name!

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


    Dr Kumar attended IIT Bombay. You read that right: Bombay.

    As with Peking University, one of the few serious institutions in town never went with the PC name change in English.


    https://www.hindustantimes.com/rf/image_size_960x540/HT/p2/2018/12/02/Pictures/metro_81d17656-f5a0-11e8-84c6-a70c31b0a588.jpg

    Replies: @Pericles, @PiltdownMan

    More than one example in that town.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bombay_Scottish_School,_Mahim

    And never mind “Bombay”, these guys haven’t even dropped the “Royal”, seventy four years after the Brits left.

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

    Most surprising of all is the High Court of Bombay, a governmental institution and part of the judiciary.

    https://bombayhighcourt.nic.in/

  166. @War for Blair Mountain
    @istevefan

    All nonwhite legal immigration should have been shut down to 0 in 1965....this way we could have avoided POTUS Kamala Harris in 2021...

    Replies: @PiltdownMan

    Kamala Harris’s mother got here in 1959, AFAIK.

  167. In what I have seen of the MSM coverage of the Trump administration (other than FOX), Ivanka and her siblings are often criticized, or attacked, but not Jared. Not that I’ve seen anyway.

  168. Anon[409] • Disclaimer says:

    Trump uses Kushner because he wanted a scheming Jewish fixer without a conscience to do the dirty work. After Cohen turned on him, all Trump learned from that is you need to have your fixer married to the family to keep him loyal. I think Trump relies on Kushner even more than before because the Democrats have gone after so many Trump associates.

  169. @AndrewR
    I don't trust Miller. He cucked hard about Richard Spencer. Of course, he's still much better than Kushner but that bar is so low I'm not even sure it's off the ground.

    Replies: @KarlUB, @Jack Hanson, @Mr. Anon, @Anonymous

    I don’t trust Miller. He cucked hard about Richard Spencer. Of course, he’s still much better than Kushner but that bar is so low I’m not even sure it’s off the ground.

    Spencer made himself irrelevant with his fascist LARPing. Miller was under no obligation to defend him.

    • Replies: @AndrewR
    @Mr. Anon

    I guess it's "miss the damned point" day

    Replies: @Jack Hanson

    , @Anonymous
    @Mr. Anon


    Spencer made himself irrelevant with his fascist LARPing. Miller was under no obligation to defend him.
     
    Well said.

    Spencer did as much to cripple the Trump Administration as anyone.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

  170. @Anonymous
    @anon

    The best I saw on 4chan pol a month ago or so was a picture of an orthodox Jew next to Trump in the Oval Office saying something to the effect of "Now Mr Trump, Epstein has provided us with some good photos, you will open the borders and do everything else we tell you to do." It was posted by an Israeli flag too.

    I wish I had saved it or screencapped it.

    Replies: @Olorin

    Just a hint, but the flags on 4chan are often chosen by the anon and don’t necessarily reflect anons’ actual location.

    • Replies: @Colin
    @Olorin

    Unless you’re using a proxy or a memeflag, the flag will reflect your location.

  171. @IHTG
    It'll never happen.

    How about splitting the difference and keeping the number the same, but with a larger percentage of high-skilled immigrants?

    Replies: @Joseph Doaks, @binkyxz3, @Anonymous

    Only if those immigrants come from countries with a HIGHER standard of living than the US. Otherwise, we impoverish that country by taking that resource and exacerbate our refugee problem.

  172. @Twinkie
    @BB753


    I wouldn’t let my daughter marry a scoundrel like Jared. He looks like a young Montgomery Burns. Cowardly, sneaky, greedy and untrustworthy.
    Donald Trump must have needed the money and the connections.
     
    Look at his father.

    Jared Kushner gives off that Rasputin vibe, minus any magnetic charm. So, just creepy, I guess.

    Replies: @Charles Erwin Wilson, @Jenner Ickham Errican

    So, just creepy, I guess.

    Google search for kushner “doll’s eyes” brings up a lot of references to this famous [slightly modified] passage:

    Sometimes that Jared, he looks right into ya. Right into your eyes. Y’know the thing about a Jared, he’s got… lifeless eyes, black eyes, like a doll’s eyes. When he comes at ya, doesn’t seem to be livin’… until he bites ya.

  173. @istevefan
    Today's NY Times has another piece demanding more immigrants.

    Short of Workers, U.S. Builders and Farmers Crave More Immigrants

    I was reading through the comments. Though only 62 so far, many express the views we share here. However, there are the typical responses from left-wing types who seem to have lost sight of the left's traditional focus on the workers for the short-sided pleasure of sticking it to the racists.

    “But immigrants are stealing our jobs!” Except they aren’t because white people are “too good” to take the low-paying jobs that immigrants of color will do.
     
    I've noticed the sentiment expressed in the above comment in a few conversations about immigration. I've heard roofers say that "white boys are too lazy to get on a hot roof during the summer". Basically the virtue signaler frames the issue as though Whites think they are too good for low-wage labor, or that Whites are too lazy and too entitled.

    If you encounter this sentiment, ask the person if blacks are too lazy, entitled and unwilling to work? You probably won't get an answer out of them. When you hear a roofer complain that he needs immigrants because the Whites won't do such difficult work, ask him about blacks. If he doesn't reply, then it's safe to say he isn't even trying to recruit blacks. Which may or may not be some sort of workplace violation assuming the business is of a certain size. Be sure to point that out and suggest he might be engaging in employment discrimination.

    Bottom line, if you see someone trying to frame immigration in this manner, don't let them off the hook. These are generally squeamish Whites who would rather have their kids harmed than risk being called a racist. So long as they can insult Whites over this issue, they will. Instead, rub their virtue signalling noises into the ground by making them admit a large segment of blacks are essentially unemployable. Let the cognitive dissonance begin.

    Replies: @The Anti-Gnostic, @Lot, @Rosie

    I’ve heard roofers say that “white boys are too lazy to get on a hot roof during the summer”.

    As a matter of fact, white boys are quite right to refuse to get on a hot roof in summer. That is not laziness, but rather common sense. There are other seasons in which to schedule roofing jobs.

  174. @Mr. Anon
    @AndrewR


    I don’t trust Miller. He cucked hard about Richard Spencer. Of course, he’s still much better than Kushner but that bar is so low I’m not even sure it’s off the ground.
     
    Spencer made himself irrelevant with his fascist LARPing. Miller was under no obligation to defend him.

    Replies: @AndrewR, @Anonymous

    I guess it’s “miss the damned point” day

    • Replies: @Jack Hanson
    @AndrewR

    Indeed, its everyone else who's at fault, not Sharia and Richard Spencer apologist "AndrewR".

  175. @Lot
    @Nigerian Nationalist

    “all you lot have managed to do is whine and lose, every time.

    Will never stop being hilarious.”


    Hahahahah


    https://i.pinimg.com/736x/58/19/47/5819472c76626250ebb46434c2a726ed--king-leopold-belgian-congo.jpg

    https://i.imgur.com/2JkINa1_d.jpg?maxwidth=640&shape=thumb&fidelity=medium

    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-uIF3K9_fu1c/Tr1dEGfklHI/AAAAAAAAHzM/pODS1ijH0Ok/s1600/race-and-iq.png

    Replies: @Nigerian Nationalist

    That’s the thing Lot, you fail to understand that Leopold’s shenanigans do not affect me one bit. I am currently typing in an 18-degree bubble, despite it being 37 outside. Not even a single bead of sweat will form because of the unfortunates outside. Same logic.

    Like all trolls, I’m simply in it for my amusement, as you guys seem to care a lot about the dilution of white achievement and people, I consider it a duty of sorts, to rile you guys with evidence of the real world.

    • Replies: @Jack Hanson
    @Nigerian Nationalist

    Oh boy the "I TROLL U" defense huh?

    Very notable tell that you are indeed bothered. Next you'll tell us that "you're just laughing", while typing behind a mask of tears.

    , @Lot
    @Nigerian Nationalist

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

    , @BB753
    @Nigerian Nationalist

    Why don't you go berate your fellow Nigerians on Nigerian boards, and tell them to stop turning your country into the world's most populated shithole?

    , @rob
    @Nigerian Nationalist

    You know Nigerians will die by the tens of millions when America breaks right? Without the American peace China doesn’t need to pay for the oil? If America just grays out for a decade or two it will be a disaster for Nigeria.

  176. @larry lurker
    @Nigerian Nationalist


    Will never stop being hilarious.
     
    Weird. I honestly thought you were a based ethnonationalist ally. Guess I need to lurk moar.

    Replies: @Nigerian Nationalist

    I’m not an ally per se. Let’s be honest, at least some of your fellow travellers, if they could would wipe out people that look like I do.

    But you guys aren’t as preachy as the Left, and we can at least agree that he ra-ra girl power, woo hoo butt sex brigade across the rest of the internet is over done. Throw in the opportunity of new perspectives, and the ability to troll the more sensitive among you, and the advantages I gain here outweigh the occasional whinniness.

  177. @Joseph Doaks
    @IHTG

    How about ending immigration and training Americans for the necessary skills?

    Preferring already-trained highly skilled foreigners is simply supporting corporate greed on the one hand and screwing the American people on the other.

    If a corporation needs certain skills, the corporation should hire Americans and train them as needed.

    Replies: @Rosie

    Preferring already-trained highly skilled foreigners is simply supporting corporate greed on the one hand and screwing the American people on the other.

    Foreign students come here and drive up the cost of secondary education, then foreign workers come here and drive down wages below that which would justify that cost, often after receiving training at a fraction of what it would cost native-born Americans. It’s infuriating when you give it a moment’s thought, but we can’t talk about it, because that would be “looking for someone to blame.”

  178. @Athletic and Whitesplosive
    @Nigerian Nationalist

    Well "nigerian nationalist", how does the best and brightest of your backward dump of a homeland leaving to become non-productive social parasites (not least of which is this comically moronic-looking pet of Macron's) in France advance Nigerian nationalism exactly?

    Replies: @Nigerian Nationalist

    A. They are SJWs, so they are a personal threat against someone with my political/cultural views. Exporting them to the West comes first.

    B. Nationalism can be best channelled through resentment, the more of them–she is Senegalese though– whose prominence trigger whitelashes, the more come to the inevitable conclusion, multi-culti is a ticking bomb.

    C. The more big fish leave, the more valuable even tiddlers look in this here small pond.

    So really, all sunny uplands from my perspective.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Nigerian Nationalist


    B. Nationalism can be best channelled through resentment, the more of them–she is Senegalese though– whose prominence trigger whitelashes, the more come to the inevitable conclusion, multi-culti is a ticking bomb.
     
    What resentment are you referring to?
  179. @Charles Erwin Wilson
    @Nigerian Nationalist


    It never ceases to amaze how, despite all the Alpha IQs here, all you lot have managed to do is whine and lose, every time.
     
    Summon the demon my friend. And do it again and again, just as you have. And when it is your turn to pay the price, remember it was you doing the summoning.

    Replies: @Nigerian Nationalist

    Here is a counterfactual for you to consider. Would a Jew go back to prevent the Holocaust, knowing that without its impetus, there would be no State of Israel?

    Better the demons be summoned than this false status-quo stay maintained.

    ‘sides, y’all are mostly fat, dull basement dwellers anyways. To busy larping as demons to actually do anything (:

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Nigerian Nationalist


    Better the demons be summoned than this false status-quo stay maintained.
     
    How would you describe the "status quo"? In what way is it "false"?

    Replies: @Nigerian Nationalist

  180. @Dave Gorak
    @DCThrowback

    If you're trying to say the border situation is as bad as it can be, then DEFCON1- not 5 -is the descriptor you should be using.

    Replies: @DCThrowback

    I should have been more specific; I have my own proprietary DCTHROWBACK DEFCON system.

    It goes DC DEFCON 1 (atom bomb level emergency) to DC DEFCON 69 (toast slightly smoking in toaster, prepare to butter).

    DEFCON 5 seems about right on my scale DCTHROWBACK scale.

  181. @EliteCommInc.
    @Flip

    Excuse me. Missed this.

    I lean in that direction as well.

    Replies: @Flip

    It might be good to have the far left Democrats in power to provoke a reaction from conservative whites.

  182. @AndrewR
    @Jack Hanson

    Jackie's drunk-posting again. Sad!

    I'm not here to defend Spencer. He's a joke. But if the Lügenpresse tried to guilt me by association with Spencer I wouldn't issue the sort of cowardly response Miller did. You can disavow without being a gutless punk.

    Replies: @Jack Hanson, @Anonymous

    You’re defending a fat failure of a LARPer.

    I’m completely sober. You being drunk would at least be an excuse for having such ridiculous judgment.

  183. @Chrisnonymous
    @Jack Hanson

    You black pill loser!!!!! You just got off the train cause you were missing your Doomasturbation, yeah????? The wall is being built!!!! Just wait til the God-Emperor reveals his master 4D plan!!!!!! I'm glad you're not in my foxhole, pissy-pants!!!!!

    Replies: @Jack Hanson

    Pillow wife cutting you off again in the land of Rising Sun has you on edge, huh big guy?

    New information leads to new conclusions. I know that as an autist this is a hard concept, but c’mon man.

    • LOL: Chrisnonymous
  184. @AndrewR
    @Mr. Anon

    I guess it's "miss the damned point" day

    Replies: @Jack Hanson

    Indeed, its everyone else who’s at fault, not Sharia and Richard Spencer apologist “AndrewR”.

  185. @Nigerian Nationalist
    @Lot

    That's the thing Lot, you fail to understand that Leopold's shenanigans do not affect me one bit. I am currently typing in an 18-degree bubble, despite it being 37 outside. Not even a single bead of sweat will form because of the unfortunates outside. Same logic.

    Like all trolls, I'm simply in it for my amusement, as you guys seem to care a lot about the dilution of white achievement and people, I consider it a duty of sorts, to rile you guys with evidence of the real world.

    Replies: @Jack Hanson, @Lot, @BB753, @rob

    Oh boy the “I TROLL U” defense huh?

    Very notable tell that you are indeed bothered. Next you’ll tell us that “you’re just laughing”, while typing behind a mask of tears.

  186. Anonymous[163] • Disclaimer says:
    @IHTG
    It'll never happen.

    How about splitting the difference and keeping the number the same, but with a larger percentage of high-skilled immigrants?

    Replies: @Joseph Doaks, @binkyxz3, @Anonymous

    It’ll never happen.

    Why not?

  187. Anonymous[163] • Disclaimer says:
    @Paul Yarbles

    But Trump himself has publicly said he also supports higher levels of legal immigration, a priority generally supported by a business community short on skilled workers.
     
    Shortage of skilled American workers! You think these geniuses would understand the concept of feedback.

    If someone as pro-Trump as me is getting pissed, then Trump is in trouble in 2020.

    Replies: @Jack Hanson, @Bubba, @Anonymous

    Shortage of skilled American workers! You think these geniuses would understand the concept of feedback.

    What do you mean by this? What is the “feedback” concept?

  188. Anonymous[163] • Disclaimer says:
    @AndrewR
    I don't trust Miller. He cucked hard about Richard Spencer. Of course, he's still much better than Kushner but that bar is so low I'm not even sure it's off the ground.

    Replies: @KarlUB, @Jack Hanson, @Mr. Anon, @Anonymous

    I don’t trust Miller. He cucked hard about Richard Spencer.

    Why should anyone cape for Richard Spencer and Spencer’s inflated ego?

  189. Anonymous[163] • Disclaimer says:
    @The Anti-Gnostic
    @istevefan

    I’ve heard roofers say that “white boys are too lazy to get on a hot roof during the summer”.

    White boys are too smart to get on a hot roof during the summer. Same reason Irish and Jews are no longer into boxing.

    Seriously, it's stupid to work on a pitched surface thirty feet off the ground carrying 60 pounds of asphalt shingles in 100-degree heat. That's why illiterate Aztecs are the only people still doing it, and they're disabled by age 40.

    It's also stupid to have these ridiculously pitched surfaces with that big, heat-trapping attic below them, and cover them with heavy, heat-absorbing asphalt. Materials and design in residential construction are weirdly retrograde, along with the "cheap" labor that builds them.

    A civil engineer friend tells me the industry is beginning to see some long-overdue disruption though.

    Replies: @Ibound1, @Clyde, @Olorin, @Anonymous

    Materials and design in residential construction are weirdly retrograde, along with the “cheap” labor that builds them.

    What should be done instead?

  190. Anonymous[163] • Disclaimer says:
    @EliteCommInc.
    @istevefan

    I don't tend towards the absolutes this or that. I can and have, generally, I lean toward alternatives. In this case, there's no reason to dissolve the US. None. If we continue to go down this path of importing people, then the nation will dissolve itself by dilution. As is the case in California. It simply is bizarre here.


    But to your dilemmas:

    1. investment in citizens first and only

    2. that will by consequence lead to citizens having more children

    3. the US has plenty of people to invest in. if unemployment is at 7%, and by unemployed I mean less than full time 40hr work week then we have a glut of 7%.

    4. as for children we should go to a nationwide campaign of adopting the millions available.

    5. I have no issues with the Koch brothers making a dollar. But the business or mechantilism by which business entities undercut the US tax payer while lavishing tax credits, loopholes and benefits as they hire non-citizens should cease and cease immediately.

    6. I don't think we gave a real grasp of the economy and we won't until we cease using the current methods of assessing GDP, even the real GDP methodology paint an inaccurate picture.

    7. we need to assess the impact of the trade deficit. Because historically US economic growth and increases in wages and employment have been built on an export of 3% or higher. By the increase in wages and employment, I am not talking about federal spending -- but the private industry. i tend to view private industry spending as a negative impact on the overall economy. And while that is not necessarily the case, I consider that valuation healthier for obvious reasons.

    I reject in total any suggestion that the US needs to replace a single citizen (replacement theory) -- not a single one and I consider those that offer that package enemies of the state.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    It simply is bizarre here.

    What is bizarre about it?

  191. Anonymous[163] • Disclaimer says:
    @Olorin
    @istevefan

    Endlessly expanding immigration is being used to prop up an unsustainable money/debt regime.

    Unless money is fundamentally restructured, politics will never be.


    All of the perplexities, confusion, and distress in America arises, not from the defects of the Constitution or Confederation, not from want of honor or virtue, so much as from downright ignorance of the nature of coin, credit, and circulation. --John Adams
     

    Replies: @istevefan, @Anonymous

    Unless money is fundamentally restructured, politics will never be.

    What would “fundamentally restructuring money” entail?

  192. Anonymous[163] • Disclaimer says:
    @War for Blair Mountain
    Steve

    Go read comment# 30...when Paul let’s it through.....over at Paul Kersey newest post......it was a horrific crime....one of the worst ever........and it occured in John Derbyshire’s neck of the woods......

    Replies: @Anonymous

    Go read comment# 30…when Paul let’s it through…..over at Paul Kersey newest post……it was a horrific crime….one of the worst ever……..and it occured in John Derbyshire’s neck of the woods……

    Link?

  193. Anonymous[163] • Disclaimer says:
    @AndrewR
    @Jack Hanson

    Jackie's drunk-posting again. Sad!

    I'm not here to defend Spencer. He's a joke. But if the Lügenpresse tried to guilt me by association with Spencer I wouldn't issue the sort of cowardly response Miller did. You can disavow without being a gutless punk.

    Replies: @Jack Hanson, @Anonymous

    But if the Lügenpresse tried to guilt me by association with Spencer I wouldn’t issue the sort of cowardly response Miller did. You can disavow without being a gutless punk.

    How would Miller’s having associated himself with the pro-“ethnic cleansing,” sieg heiling Richard Spencer have advanced the interests of the American people?

    • Replies: @AndrewR
    @Anonymous

    I'm not here for your point-missing, which is probably deliberate anyway

    Replies: @Anonymous

  194. @Nigerian Nationalist
    @Lot

    That's the thing Lot, you fail to understand that Leopold's shenanigans do not affect me one bit. I am currently typing in an 18-degree bubble, despite it being 37 outside. Not even a single bead of sweat will form because of the unfortunates outside. Same logic.

    Like all trolls, I'm simply in it for my amusement, as you guys seem to care a lot about the dilution of white achievement and people, I consider it a duty of sorts, to rile you guys with evidence of the real world.

    Replies: @Jack Hanson, @Lot, @BB753, @rob

  195. Anonymous[163] • Disclaimer says:
    @CrunchybutRealistCon
    @DCThrowback

    There's a dangerous autism afoot or maybe just stubborn bloody mindedness.
    Even on Luke Ford's show you have Kyle babbling about how attracting high IQ immigrants to the West could be a big Win.
    Imagine seeing countries like those in Africa, Central America, or even in most of Asia, and thinking:
    "What would be ideal is if the West sucked up these countries' top 10% of higher IQ citizens and brought them here. Heaven knows that Guatemala, Ghana, Bangladesh & Indonesia are overburdened with law abiding, innovative, high IQ people. We must bring them to the West since the 3rd World is simply too stable & too prosperous."

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Anonymous

    Even on Luke Ford’s show you have Kyle babbling about how attracting high IQ immigrants to the West could be a big Win.

    A big win for whom? These foreigners displace our own people from the best jobs.

    • Agree: ben tillman
    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Anonymous


    These foreigners displace our own people from the best jobs.
     
    They were hardly the "best jobs".

    Replies: @Anonymous

  196. Anonymous[163] • Disclaimer says:
    @Mr. Anon
    @AndrewR


    I don’t trust Miller. He cucked hard about Richard Spencer. Of course, he’s still much better than Kushner but that bar is so low I’m not even sure it’s off the ground.
     
    Spencer made himself irrelevant with his fascist LARPing. Miller was under no obligation to defend him.

    Replies: @AndrewR, @Anonymous

    Spencer made himself irrelevant with his fascist LARPing. Miller was under no obligation to defend him.

    Well said.

    Spencer did as much to cripple the Trump Administration as anyone.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Anonymous


    Spencer did as much to cripple the Trump Administration as anyone.
     
    He should have listened to Robert Spencer.
  197. Anonymous[163] • Disclaimer says:
    @Nigerian Nationalist
    @Athletic and Whitesplosive

    A. They are SJWs, so they are a personal threat against someone with my political/cultural views. Exporting them to the West comes first.

    B. Nationalism can be best channelled through resentment, the more of them--she is Senegalese though-- whose prominence trigger whitelashes, the more come to the inevitable conclusion, multi-culti is a ticking bomb.

    C. The more big fish leave, the more valuable even tiddlers look in this here small pond.

    So really, all sunny uplands from my perspective.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    B. Nationalism can be best channelled through resentment, the more of them–she is Senegalese though– whose prominence trigger whitelashes, the more come to the inevitable conclusion, multi-culti is a ticking bomb.

    What resentment are you referring to?

  198. Anonymous[163] • Disclaimer says:
    @Nigerian Nationalist
    @Charles Erwin Wilson

    Here is a counterfactual for you to consider. Would a Jew go back to prevent the Holocaust, knowing that without its impetus, there would be no State of Israel?

    Better the demons be summoned than this false status-quo stay maintained.

    'sides, y'all are mostly fat, dull basement dwellers anyways. To busy larping as demons to actually do anything (:

    Replies: @Anonymous

    Better the demons be summoned than this false status-quo stay maintained.

    How would you describe the “status quo”? In what way is it “false”?

    • Replies: @Nigerian Nationalist
    @Anonymous

    There are certain Nigerians who believe that just because white people apologise or give them a seat of the table, it changes the implicit power imbalance that exists.

    E.g, the breathless retweeting that Belgium's "apology" got in some circles here. It is of course meaningless, and does not change the material disparity between the two countries. In short, many Black people talk too much when the things that matter, truly matter are, shall we say of a more kinetic nature.

    Replies: @BB753

  199. @Anonymous
    @AndrewR


    But if the Lügenpresse tried to guilt me by association with Spencer I wouldn’t issue the sort of cowardly response Miller did. You can disavow without being a gutless punk.
     
    How would Miller's having associated himself with the pro-"ethnic cleansing," sieg heiling Richard Spencer have advanced the interests of the American people?

    Replies: @AndrewR

    I’m not here for your point-missing, which is probably deliberate anyway

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @AndrewR


    I’m not here for your point-missing, which is probably deliberate anyway.
     
    Nope.

    Why isn't Spencer running for office someplace? What would be a better way to get his ideas out?

    Replies: @AndrewR

  200. Anonymous[163] • Disclaimer says:
    @AndrewR
    @Anonymous

    I'm not here for your point-missing, which is probably deliberate anyway

    Replies: @Anonymous

    I’m not here for your point-missing, which is probably deliberate anyway.

    Nope.

    Why isn’t Spencer running for office someplace? What would be a better way to get his ideas out?

    • Replies: @AndrewR
    @Anonymous

    I have no desire to discuss him. My point is that Miller's condemnation, which apparently no one here bothered to read before praising, showed weakness, cowardice, and ultimately treason towards the people he's supposedly a "based" representative of (not that it was ever wise to consider a yehudi /our guy/).

    You don't have to trust Spencer at all to realize that Miller's remarks on Spencer demonstrate an utter lack of trustworthiness on Miller's part.

  201. @Anonymous
    @AndrewR


    I’m not here for your point-missing, which is probably deliberate anyway.
     
    Nope.

    Why isn't Spencer running for office someplace? What would be a better way to get his ideas out?

    Replies: @AndrewR

    I have no desire to discuss him. My point is that Miller’s condemnation, which apparently no one here bothered to read before praising, showed weakness, cowardice, and ultimately treason towards the people he’s supposedly a “based” representative of (not that it was ever wise to consider a yehudi /our guy/).

    You don’t have to trust Spencer at all to realize that Miller’s remarks on Spencer demonstrate an utter lack of trustworthiness on Miller’s part.

  202. @Reg Cæsar
    @ben tillman


    Disqus doesn’t censor crimethink.
     
    Ah, but do the sites that employ it do so?

    Replies: @ben tillman

    Many of them do, yes, including National Review, which banned me for saying something 1/10 as radical as many things that the moderators at The Atlantic let go.

  203. You might almost get the impression that people named “Kumar” want more of their relatives let into this country.

    Why do you ignore the “Anita” part?

  204. @Gaius Gracchus
    @Reg Cæsar

    Libertarianism as we know it began after WW2 with the Mont Pelerin Society. It is a fascinating example of a successful conspiracy, including the creation of the Economics Nobel Prize (which isn't done by the Nobel committee).

    Historically, "free markets" meant a market free of powerful forces, not a market free of regulation. This is just one example of how the MPS members twisted society.

    Tariffs were a traditional Republican position. Since Jefferson, the Democrats have been the party of free trade. Protectionism began in America with Hamilton and continued with the Whigs (who embraced the American School of Economics).

    Infrastructure efforts are also Republican (and before that Whig).

    Antitrust enforcement is Republican and conservative. Libertarianism have destroyed it and current system encourages oligarchs and concentration of power. It is the exact opposite of what Adam Smith envisioned and contrary to his writings.

    Every time I hear some GOPe pundit talk about free trade and free markets and against antitrust enforcement and favor limiting government expenditures as if these are Republican and conservative ideals, I cringe. These are neoliberal ideas from the libertarian effort to twist history.

    Finally, noninterventionism is Republican and conservative. Free trade leads to war, as free traders look at any closed market as a threat. Free trade is an imperialistic philosophy.

    I am only touching the surface of how this all was twisted since 1945.......

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    limiting government expenditures as if these are Republican and conservative ideals

    Limiting government expenditures is about as conservative as it gets. Come on, whose money is it?

    Every time I hear some GOPe pundit talk about free trade and free markets

    Then why stop with tariffs, and just go with straight embargoes? The farmers would bitch, but how conservative are farmers?

    Tariffs were a traditional Republican position. Since Jefferson, the Democrats have been the party of free trade.

    Again, why not embargoes? They are stronger than mere tariffs. Tariffs merely slow trade, embargoes destroy it.

    But at least you don’t go along with the pretense that the South was in any way conservative.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Reg Cæsar


    Limiting government expenditures is about as conservative as it gets. Come on, whose money is it?
     
    No one's, except retirees living on fixed income, and future generations. We just print the money now.
  205. @Anonymous
    @CrunchybutRealistCon


    Even on Luke Ford’s show you have Kyle babbling about how attracting high IQ immigrants to the West could be a big Win.
     
    A big win for whom? These foreigners displace our own people from the best jobs.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    These foreigners displace our own people from the best jobs.

    They were hardly the “best jobs”.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Reg Cæsar


    They were hardly the “best jobs”.
     
    You need to get out more then. Law, medicine, finance, engineering, academia, tech, federal government, military, construction, nursing, even Uber/Lyft/Taxi driving--all are the top jobs in our economy and all are being taken over by immigrants.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

  206. @Anonymous
    @Mr. Anon


    Spencer made himself irrelevant with his fascist LARPing. Miller was under no obligation to defend him.
     
    Well said.

    Spencer did as much to cripple the Trump Administration as anyone.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    Spencer did as much to cripple the Trump Administration as anyone.

    He should have listened to Robert Spencer.

  207. Anonymous[163] • Disclaimer says:
    @Reg Cæsar
    @Anonymous


    These foreigners displace our own people from the best jobs.
     
    They were hardly the "best jobs".

    Replies: @Anonymous

    They were hardly the “best jobs”.

    You need to get out more then. Law, medicine, finance, engineering, academia, tech, federal government, military, construction, nursing, even Uber/Lyft/Taxi driving–all are the top jobs in our economy and all are being taken over by immigrants.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Anonymous

    He said "high-IQ" foreigners. I assumed that meant Silicon Valley.


    even Uber/Lyft/Taxi driving–all are the top jobs
     
    Now if you think driving for Uber is a "best job"...
  208. Anonymous[163] • Disclaimer says:
    @Reg Cæsar
    @Gaius Gracchus


    limiting government expenditures as if these are Republican and conservative ideals
     
    Limiting government expenditures is about as conservative as it gets. Come on, whose money is it?

    Every time I hear some GOPe pundit talk about free trade and free markets
     
    Then why stop with tariffs, and just go with straight embargoes? The farmers would bitch, but how conservative are farmers?

    Tariffs were a traditional Republican position. Since Jefferson, the Democrats have been the party of free trade.

     

    Again, why not embargoes? They are stronger than mere tariffs. Tariffs merely slow trade, embargoes destroy it.

    But at least you don't go along with the pretense that the South was in any way conservative.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    Limiting government expenditures is about as conservative as it gets. Come on, whose money is it?

    No one’s, except retirees living on fixed income, and future generations. We just print the money now.

  209. @Anonymous
    @Reg Cæsar


    They were hardly the “best jobs”.
     
    You need to get out more then. Law, medicine, finance, engineering, academia, tech, federal government, military, construction, nursing, even Uber/Lyft/Taxi driving--all are the top jobs in our economy and all are being taken over by immigrants.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    He said “high-IQ” foreigners. I assumed that meant Silicon Valley.

    even Uber/Lyft/Taxi driving–all are the top jobs

    Now if you think driving for Uber is a “best job”…

  210. @Nigerian Nationalist
    @Lot

    That's the thing Lot, you fail to understand that Leopold's shenanigans do not affect me one bit. I am currently typing in an 18-degree bubble, despite it being 37 outside. Not even a single bead of sweat will form because of the unfortunates outside. Same logic.

    Like all trolls, I'm simply in it for my amusement, as you guys seem to care a lot about the dilution of white achievement and people, I consider it a duty of sorts, to rile you guys with evidence of the real world.

    Replies: @Jack Hanson, @Lot, @BB753, @rob

    Why don’t you go berate your fellow Nigerians on Nigerian boards, and tell them to stop turning your country into the world’s most populated shithole?

  211. @Nigerian Nationalist
    Meanwhile in France: https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-47772604

    It never ceases to amaze how, despite all the Alpha IQs here, all you lot have managed to do is whine and lose, every time.

    Will never stop being hilarious.

    Replies: @Lot, @larry lurker, @Athletic and Whitesplosive, @dr kill, @Charles Erwin Wilson, @Peacelover

    What makes u say not winning?
    I think getting everything that was wanted.
    Payback on woman for all the divorce rape.

  212. @Nigerian Nationalist
    @Lot

    That's the thing Lot, you fail to understand that Leopold's shenanigans do not affect me one bit. I am currently typing in an 18-degree bubble, despite it being 37 outside. Not even a single bead of sweat will form because of the unfortunates outside. Same logic.

    Like all trolls, I'm simply in it for my amusement, as you guys seem to care a lot about the dilution of white achievement and people, I consider it a duty of sorts, to rile you guys with evidence of the real world.

    Replies: @Jack Hanson, @Lot, @BB753, @rob

    You know Nigerians will die by the tens of millions when America breaks right? Without the American peace China doesn’t need to pay for the oil? If America just grays out for a decade or two it will be a disaster for Nigeria.

  213. @Anonymous
    @Nigerian Nationalist


    Better the demons be summoned than this false status-quo stay maintained.
     
    How would you describe the "status quo"? In what way is it "false"?

    Replies: @Nigerian Nationalist

    There are certain Nigerians who believe that just because white people apologise or give them a seat of the table, it changes the implicit power imbalance that exists.

    E.g, the breathless retweeting that Belgium’s “apology” got in some circles here. It is of course meaningless, and does not change the material disparity between the two countries. In short, many Black people talk too much when the things that matter, truly matter are, shall we say of a more kinetic nature.

    • Replies: @BB753
    @Nigerian Nationalist

    Blacks don't have much of a "kinetic" disposition. Rather a lethargic one. Which partly explains why Africa will never rise above third world status.

  214. @Nigerian Nationalist
    @Anonymous

    There are certain Nigerians who believe that just because white people apologise or give them a seat of the table, it changes the implicit power imbalance that exists.

    E.g, the breathless retweeting that Belgium's "apology" got in some circles here. It is of course meaningless, and does not change the material disparity between the two countries. In short, many Black people talk too much when the things that matter, truly matter are, shall we say of a more kinetic nature.

    Replies: @BB753

    Blacks don’t have much of a “kinetic” disposition. Rather a lethargic one. Which partly explains why Africa will never rise above third world status.

  215. @216
    @Chrisnonymous

    A lot of the GOP pols want to be the current Democrats, while DSA takes over the Dem party.

    The stated rhetoric is about needing immigrants to work in "reopened factories", something that has never come up before outside of Trump (Kudlow's) imagination.

    There are certainly enough dumb GOP pols to think that you can get Big Tech on your side if you give them an unlimited supply of green cards. Lots of the GOP base doesn't even realize that LEGAL immigrants vote 3-1 Dem.

    Replies: @Feryl

    Well, under Reaganism the mere pretense of “following the law” is what counts, not the material/objective reality of various asinine pieces of legislation.

    UR right, the bizarrely pedantic fixation on “illegal” immigration dates back to the mid-80’s and the notion that America is a “melting pot” of productive “legal” immigrants, which is only threatened by unauthorized immigrants and/or bigoted nativists. The 1986 amnesty was supposed to cause assimilation of the growing immigrant population, but in practice ethnic diasporas (illegal or otherwise) have grown and become more distinct from America culture since the late 80’s. Of course, by the late 1980’s we had two generations coming into power (Silents and Boomers) with no memory whatsoever of the racial unrest and nativism of circa 1900-1925 (by some accounts this was the 2nd most troubled period in US history after the Civil War era). Silents and Boomers took decades to understand the dangers of high immigration levels (illegal or otherwise), well after America had squandered every achievement of circa 1900-1960).

    WRT high skilled/legal immigration, how do we Americans feel about the NHL, pro baseball and pro basketball, since circa 1990, being full of people not from America or Canada? High levels of “skilled” immigration (almost always of the “legal” type) has been good for global business, but of course this has come at the expense of North Americans who otherwise would’ve had these jobs. Culturally speaking, sports locker rooms used to be firmly steeped in North American culture; now you have Europeans, Asians, and Latin Americans creating a “rainbow” coalition, leading to pressure on teams to employ multi-lingual coaches, and of course, natural camaraderie is much more unusual these days, particularly in baseball where many of the Latin players speak very limited English and have a much different sensibility than the Anglo players. An under-rated reason for the NFL’s continuing popularity is that it still is “our” sport, with only a handful of imports who typically speak English as a first language.

  216. @Jack Hanson
    @Gaius Gracchus

    Believing this shit after the last six months. We got an EO on the Golan Heights but not birthright citizenship.

    The Boomers pushing "Israel, minority unemployment, and TP USA" are going to have a bad time in 2020 when POTATUS gets BTFO'd.

    The Nile ain't just a river in Egypt. What's the name of your QAnon Twitter.

    Replies: @Feryl

    Trump reverting to 1990’s/2000’s BAU Republicanism is of course terrible for his own legacy, and the GOP’s longevity. However stupid the Dems are on many issues, they are much more likely to create a culture that veers us away from war, and at least make a token effort to assist the mid-lower classes via things like minimum wage increases and greater tolerance of labor organizing.

    Asking the current GOP culture to be more Doveish, or stop with the Kevin Willamson-esque insulting of lower class workers, as if it’s still 1985 and Detroit’s unions are the reason for America de-industrializing (no, you F***ing morons, it’s our gutless sell-out elites who wanted the cheapest labor imaginable), is a fool’s errand. All’s they care bout is Jeebus, Israel, the MIC, and keeping the subsidies flowing for Plains agribusiness.

    I’d be more than happy to eat crow if actual evidence of populism surfaces among the GOP, but mere lip service to populist issues just isn’t good enough. And in some cases (like altering our foreign policy), it was Trump……And just Trump alone, who promised to break the GOP norm. How’s that worked out? If we can’t even get the GOP to make the right statements about the error of our ways, WRT foreign policy, how the hell do we expect them to actually do anything?

  217. @Charles Pewitt
    Jared Kushner is a Bolshevik Jew who pushes nation-wrecking mass legal immigration and amnesty for illegal alien invaders.

    Jared Kushner is a Bolshevik Jew who pushes mass legal immigration and illegal immigration because it will lower wages for American workers and replace and displace American workers.

    Jared Kushner is a Bolshevik Jew who wants to continue to use mass legal immigration and illegal immigration as DEMOGRAPHIC WEAPONS to attack and destroy the European Christian ancestral core of the United States.

    https://twitter.com/RyanGirdusky/status/1113428771082620929

    Replies: @Feryl

    Until the CoC, Koch Bros. etc. openly renounce open borders, and cease lobbying for expanded immigration, then we have no reason to expect the GOP to ever see the light on immigration restriction.

  218. @Olorin
    @Anonymous

    Just a hint, but the flags on 4chan are often chosen by the anon and don't necessarily reflect anons' actual location.

    Replies: @Colin

    Unless you’re using a proxy or a memeflag, the flag will reflect your location.

  219. I was talking recently to a famous columnist whose first and last names both start with the same letter. Ze said the feeling is that DJT believes whatever the last person he talked to told him.

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