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  1. anonymous[924] • Disclaimer says:

    Ever since Tucker ditched Blake Neff, his monologues seem to more directly rely on your blog. Who became Tucker’s new writer?

  2. Anonymous[109] • Disclaimer says:

  3. anonymous[924] • Disclaimer says:

    Tucker says in an interview that he is the real writer of his show. If that’s true then he is reading and taking content directly from the blog. In the same interview he let it slip that Blake Neff was fired. Tucker also avoided truly going to bat for Blake Neff. He could have done so by pointing out the “wrongs” were vastly exaggerated and not worth the controversy. He should have defended his former employee who must be down on his luck and disheartened.

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

    He was the head writer?

    That’s what CNN reported.

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

    CNN reported that he was posting racist and sexist comments anonymously online. You addressed the resignation on your show and your comments were, I’d say, more defiant than contrite. Obviously you didn’t write these things, but what did you make of the ordeal.

    What should I have been contrite for?

    Well I think people were expecting you to perhaps apologize for the things that your writer was writing online.

    Why would I apologize for something that someone else wrote that I didn’t know about?

    Well. I’m the editor of Mediaite, I would probably apologize if it turned out that one of my writers was posting horrifically racist and sexist things under a pseudonym online.

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

    If I had an employee that was doing something criminal, for example. I would be horrified by them on many levels. I would be upset because I know the person, I’d be upset because I disagree with what the person did, I’d be embarrassed for him and personally. These are all things you would feel, but I don’t think anyone would think that that person’s, you know, armed robbery had anything to do with the product of the show because I think it’s pretty clear, and if it wasn’t clear then it’s clear now, because Blake’s been gone a month, and I don’t think the tone has changed because I write the open. Like I always have.

    And every word on the show that comes out of my mouth is my view, and my views are totally — you may hate them, doubtless you do — but they’re transparent. Like I don’t hide what I think. I don’t lie about what I think, I try not to lie at all, I probably do sometimes, I try not to.

    But it’s wholly unrelated to the show. I’m responsible for the show. If you don’t like the show, don’t blame Blake Neff, it’s not his fault, it’s my fault. It’s one hundred percent my fault what’s on the show. So, you know, if you’ve got a problem with it, blame me. Don’t blame some kid in his twenties who’s now unemployed.

    • Replies: @bomag
    , @Mr. Anon
  4. Jewish money is the glue that holds together that coalition.

  5. Anon[195] • Disclaimer says:

    Many of us came to know the Second City Cop blog during the Juicy Smwollay fake hate crime investigation. Last week it seemed to go private on Blogspot. Now the Chicago media is on it:

    After 15 years, popular ‘Second City Cop’ blog goes dark
    https://chicago.suntimes.com/2021/1/13/22229449/second-city-cop-blog-goes-dark-website-closed-public-chicago-police-reform-lightfoot

    Here’s why Chicago’s unofficial police blog ‘Second City Cop’ went dark
    https://wgntv.com/news/wgn-investigates/heres-why-chicagos-unofficial-police-blog-second-city-cop-went-dark/

    WGN quotes someone claiming to be associated with the blog spouting an unlikely but these days not out of the question conspiracy theory:

    “Over the weekend, we received information from a contact at Google that internal chat/e-mails led them to believe that certain precautions we had taken over the years had been breached by Google,” they said.

    Anon’s Razor (a variation of Hanlon’s razor): “Never attribute to hackers or Big Social Media conpiracies that which is adequately explained by tech glitches, routine software upgrades, or one’s own technical incompetence or ingorance.”

    Wayback Machine blog archive:
    https://web.archive.org/web/20210110050005/http://secondcitycop.blogspot.com/

    • Replies: @Desiderius
    , @MBlanc46
  6. “Democrats need to keep talking about Donald Trump”.

    Boy is Tucker spot on.

    I just wrote it on the previous post, so apologies for the cut and paste job, but …

    The most important thing regarding Trump now:

    That we develop an aggressive conservative populist nationalist politics without Trump.

    The Republican party must become a party that is 100% oriented to making life better for the productive “married with children” middle class Americans.

    And most critically an intense focus on making that productive, fertile “married with children” life–making easier for our American young people to achieve.

    We need a party–and if the party fails, a new political movement–whose mantra is “affordable family formation”. And not one more word about the has-been Trump.

  7. I hope Tucker has good security.

    The guy is more and more the lone person–readily accessible to millions–who is saying truths that the minoritarian establishment absolutely does not want anyone to hear.

  8. Mr. Anon says:

    Dig the comments on that Twitter feed. They don’t even realize that Carlson’s use of “shared genetics” is ironic. God, those people are stupid. Most of the left really is wholly ignorant about what the right thinks. Just as Susan Sontag pointed out that the average Readers Digest reader had a better understanding of what the Soviet system really was than all her upper West Side left-wing friends, the average right-winger today – even those chuckleheads in the Capitol last week – has a better understanding of the left, than does the average left-winger have of the right.

    They think Tucker is a “White Power” advocate? He’s a citizenist – he’s Steve without the HBD focus. White Power is what you get when you marginalize voices like Carlsons.

  9. Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene has just announced that she is planning on introducing Articles of Impeachment against Joe Biden on January 21st.

  10. Mr. Anon says:
    @AnotherDad

    The most important thing regarding Trump now:

    That we develop an aggressive conservative populist nationalist politics without Trump.

    I agree. We need a tough, smart, serious populism built around an agenda, not a man. The personality-cult that grew up around Trump was silly and unbecoming a free people.

  11. The demented thing about the comments to that tweet is how many of them accuse Tucker of being a lying white nationalist, inconveniently forgetting statements Biden has said in just the last week alone which totally validate Carlson’s claim.

    Biden: ‘We’re going to give small business assistance to everyone except white males.’

    Biden: ‘The Capitol rioters were treated far better than BLM rioters’ – despite the murder of Ashli Babbitt, despite the fact that the FBI has turned the search for them into perhaps the most massive manhunt in American history, and despite the fact that they are threatening tolock them all up for 20 years.

    Biden’s nomination of a racist black woman to head the DOJ Civil Rights Division.

    Even Biden’s cabinet is a good example: only three of 16 cabinet members are straight white non-Jewish men, as are exactly zero of his nine cabinet-level officials, unless you count John Kerry.

    That’s the one thing Tucker left out of his definition of the fringe: Jews. Can’t blame him for doing so, as it would most certainly lead to his immediate unpersoning.

    • Replies: @Dissident
  12. @AnotherDad

    The guy is more and more the lone person–readily accessible to millions–who is saying truths that the minoritarian establishment absolutely does not want anyone to hear.

    Which is why you can expect than the Left will try to cancel him asap – probably as soon as they’re done beating up on Trump.

    • Replies: @Polistra
  13. Anon[340] • Disclaimer says:
    @Mr. Anon

    It wasn’t silly and it wasn’t a personality cult. Just the practical reality that he accomplished more in bringing populist issues to the forefront than anyone else did because he had this thing called clout.

    Neither Mr. Anon nor Another Dad will ever move the needle at all. Keep on talking like you know better though internet genius.

    • Agree: TTSSYF, Stick, Abe
    • Replies: @TTSSYF
    , @Mr. Anon
  14. Will other countries, such as China and Russia, begin to support White dissidents in the West as a way to cause trouble for our Establishment?

    Right now it seems implausible. But the game is dynamic and it sure seems that somebody is gonna wanna take advantage of a majority of White Americans who are furious and no longer trust the system.

    • Replies: @vhrm
  15. @AnotherDad

    You can be sure he does have good security. He’s been around the block and knows what it’s like.

    Interestingly, the smart money says fewer and fewer people watch teevee and get their news and opinions from it, yet Tucker Carlson is a phenomenon. You would think anybody watching would already be reading such things in places like this site and becoming more deeply informed than they can from television.

    Carlson’s show serves an energy boosting, speech-like function that confirms what we already have read, but how many people use it as their primary source? Furthermore, what about certain third rails Tucker never touches?

    These are just rambling thoughts coming from a fan of his. He is a brave man.

    • LOL: 3g4me
  16. @JohnnyWalker123

    Better to apply the 25th amendment to Mindless, but only after Promiscuous has been removed for sedition or malfeasance.

    • Replies: @JerseyJeffersonian
  17. @Mr. Anon

    The comments on that Twitter feed read like so many vacuous teenagers parroting “what everybody knows to be true.” They are feckless and immature.

    • Replies: @Stan d Mute
  18. vhrm says:
    @Mr. Anon

    Dig the comments on that Twitter feed. They don’t even realize that Carlson’s use of “shared genetics” is ironic.

    Yeah, but that “shared genetics” phrase was a poor choice, imo. My first reaction was also “what the heck is he talking about?”

    If he’s going to talk about stuff like this he should skip the metaphorical language and speak clearly and in ways that are hard to exploit.

    • Agree: HammerJack
    • Disagree: bomag
    • Replies: @Cool Daddy Jimbo
  19. vhrm says:
    @RichardTaylor

    Given how Russian “support” for Trump worked out i don’t think you really want that.

    Maybe Nigerian support would count for something.

  20. syonredux says:

    Tucker Carlson: “The Democratic coalition is built on shared genetics. The basic idea is that everyone who is not a straight white man must be united as one in unshakable solidarity”

    And the necessary corollary : Since straight White women are the group that is closest to straight White men, they are next in line for exclusion/condemnation. Indeed, some Members of the Coalition (Cough-Black women-Cough) might be willing to place them on equal footing with straight White men…..

    • Replies: @photondancer
  21. Polistra says:
    @Joe Biden's Brain

    You may be certain that it’s coming. I’m surprised they’ve left him standing for so long. I seriously doubt any of them thought that cancelling all of his advertisers and attacking his house and family would be enough.

  22. That’s a bold strategy….

  23. @syonredux

    White women aren’t next in line, they’re already in the firing line. What do you think the ‘Karen’ and ‘Becky’ memes were all about? Plus the sudden, explosive rise of transgender activism which is sweeping all before it and is, as far as I can tell, 99% aimed against women even though FtM transgenderism is actually more common.

    • Agree: Kylie, bomag
  24. @AnotherDad

    Rule No. One is you must tell the truth.

  25. @JohnnyWalker123

    ‘Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene has just announced that she is planning on introducing Articles of Impeachment against Joe Biden on January 21st.’

    That’s like Trump’s mistake in the first debate.

    He should have just let Biden talk more. About sixty seconds in, and the problems would have started showing up.

    We should give Biden a few months. He’ll self-destruct. So will Kamala.

  26. @AnotherDad

    I don’t disagree, but given the Left’s hammerlock on the media, the courts and the ballot counting, it is hard to see how any viable political solution remains.

    A national populist party may still be good for organizing, morale boosting, and may even win some local elections, but investing too much hope in a corrupt political process bestows a legitimacy on that process that it does not deserve. Running candidates in winnable elections is good. Playing the gracious loser in rigged elections is bad.

  27. Anon[240] • Disclaimer says:

    President Trump instructed his followers to walk to the Capitol to “cheer.” And, to be “peaceful.” So much for direct incitement. Rather, the impeachment theory is that Mr. Trump was, in a word, exuberant. The Dems hate and fear an exuberant spokesman, and that is what Tucker is. To be exuberant, post-Trump, is a dead end.

    Ted Cruz is a much more brilliant orator. He does not need a script. He never would have said what Romney said about the 47%; an internal editor would have been one or two sentences ahead of the spoken words, and found a better way to say it. Cruz will never be at a loss for words and never shoot himself in the foot. But Cruz is phlegmatic. Perhaps if he watched some Kennedy and Reagan videos every day. Basically we are who we are, I am not exactly the life of the party myself. But the videos might help Cruz.

  28. @Mr. Anon

    They don’t even realize that Carlson’s use of “shared genetics” is ironic.

    Twitter has already purged everyone who understands irony. What’s left are the rabid fanatics and cynical triangulators.

  29. Pericles says:
    @Mr. Anon

    the average right-winger today – even those chuckleheads in the Capitol last week – has a better understanding of the left, than does the average left-winger have of the right.

    The left-wingers know enough about the average right-winger to not worry, and rightly so.

    • Disagree: TTSSYF
    • Replies: @Currahee
  30. El Dato says:

    “The Democratic coalition is built on shared genetics.”

    This is why they are disproportionately affected by illnesses like COVID, racism, problematic levels of intelligence, pathological resentment, and fancying themselves world saviours. It’s in the DNA.

    OT: Dorsey Jesus’s Mindfuck Spiel:

    “Being in charge of one of the worst things that happened to humanity since the invention of crack cocaine, I decided to behave like jackass king and I am deeply sorry. Believe me, this hurts you more than it does me.”

    ‘I do not celebrate or feel pride’: Twitter CEO defends Trump’s permaban, but admits speech crackdown can ‘destroy’ open internet

    Dorsey admitted, however, that this shows that the tech giants can mute voices at will if they deem them too dangerous. “Having to take these actions fragment the public conversation. They divide us. They limit the potential for clarification, redemption, and learning.”

    Why not petition for the position of Great Social Healer in the Biden Administration? One could even brand healed people with a twitter bird on visible places.

    • Thanks: Polistra
    • Replies: @Pericles
    , @Pop Warner
  31. Anon[254] • Disclaimer says:
    @JohnnyWalker123

    Kamala hates us much more than Joe does.

    He deserves scrutiny, but in this case I will make an exception. You know what? Maybe thats why he chose her, because she is pretty extreme. He knows Repubs would fear a Kamala Harris presidency and justice department and not pursue an impeachment. Good move on his part.

    • Replies: @Stick
    , @MBlanc46
  32. Franz says:
    @Mr. Anon

    Dig the comments on that Twitter feed. They don’t even realize that Carlson’s use of “shared genetics” is ironic.

    Indeed. And check out what they claim as their own:

    On January 6th, unarmed 14-year high-ranking Air Force veteran and patriotic Trump supporter Ashli Babbitt was savagely gunned down by Brazilian Immigrant and Black Lives Matter Militant who REPEATEDLY THREATENED ON FACEBOOK TO KILL TRUMP SUPPORTERS

    Getting stranger by the day. Foreign-born thug shoots American veteran… who let him in? And what comes next?

    https://redpilled.ca/redpilled-media-exclusive-us-capitol-special-agent-david-bailey-who-murdered-ashli-babbitt-is-a-brazilian-immigrant-and-black-lives-matter-militant-he-repeatedly-threatened-to-kill-trump-su/

  33. @vhrm

    I think Whites in the West would take any help from anybody who offers it.

    • Replies: @Old and Grumpy
  34. Pericles says:
    @vhrm

    Given how Russian “support” for Trump worked out i don’t think you really want that.

    You mean the FBI piss fantasy set up literally by Obama and Biden?

    • Agree: Jay Fink, El Dato, Farenheit
    • Replies: @Old and Grumpy
  35. Dissident says:
    @Joe Biden's Brain

    Even Biden’s cabinet is a good example: only three of 16 cabinet members are straight white non-Jewish men, as are exactly zero of his nine cabinet-level officials, unless you count John Kerry.

    Is it their being other than straight white males that is your main objection to the individuals you refer-to? Or is it their views and policy positions? How preferable would straight white males with equally Woke views be?

  36. 22pp22 says:

    How long before they come for Unz.com? For all its numerous faults and despite the odd rant to the contrary, I used to think of America as essentially a good place full of people who, even if they screwed up, usually meant well. Now it seems like Mordor with the great eye of the Sauron (Dorsey Bezos, Zuckerberg) looking to destroy all that is good and decent.

    • Replies: @JackOH
    , @Alfa158
  37. Anonymous[383] • Disclaimer says:

    I guess the Democrats won’t let AI agents into the coalition:

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/jan/14/time-to-properly-socialise-hate-speech-ai-chatbot-pulled-from-facebook

    In one exchange captured by a messenger user, Luda said it “really hates” lesbians, describing them as “creepy”.

    It is not the first time that artificial intelligence has been embroiled in controversy over hate speech and bigotry.

    In 2016 Microsoft’s Tay, an AI Twitter bot that spoke like a teenager, was taken offline in just 16 hours after users manipulated it into posting racist tweets.

    Two years later, Amazon’s AI recruitment tool met the same fate after it was found guilty of gender bias.

    • Replies: @El Dato
  38. Thomas says:

    LOL, Steve. Are you chasing clout? Pointing out that your memes make their way to Tucker? Any regular reader of your blog knows that.

    I break bread with the folks to whom Tucker had admitted he’s Martin to their Malcolm. Which maybe makes the folks like me Louis? Anyway…

    If you watch all of Tucker’s monologue tonight in another forum, in its entirety, with hope, the most significant passage therein is where he says of President Trump, “he’s elderly, and is retiring next week.”

    May it be so. We have a world to win beyond the bounds of where one elderly man has gotten us.

  39. Anonymous[109] • Disclaimer says:

    • Thanks: Thoughts
  40. Thoughts says:
    @Anon

    Cruz is ugly and his nose is ugly and no one wants to look at him

  41. Dan Hayes says:
    @Anonymous

    Tucker’s statement was the introduction of HBD (albeit circuitous) to the vast majority of the American populace. It’s a start; long overdue and about time!

    • Agree: JimDandy
    • Replies: @Buzz Mohawk
  42. Dan Hayes says:
    @Anonymous

    Tucker’s statement was the introduction of HBD (albeit circuitous) to the vast majority of the American populace. It’s a start; long overdue and about time.

  43. @vhrm

    I’m not sure what was going on with Tucker last night. he was a little more manic than usual.

  44. tyrone says:
    @Colin Wright

    “We should give Biden a few months. He’ll self-destruct. So will Kamala”…right ,and we will never hear about it ….we can however play kremlinologist.

    • Agree: El Dato
    • Replies: @Colin Wright
  45. TTSSYF says:
    @Anon

    It wasn’t silly and it wasn’t a personality cult. Just the practical reality that he accomplished more in bringing populist issues to the forefront than anyone else did because he had this thing called clout.

    Exactly right. I didn’t have an opportunity to file an opinion paper when I cast my vote for Trump last November.

  46. JackOH says:
    @22pp22

    Back in the 1990s, when I was thinking of emigrating from the States, I had trouble squaring my own very dim views of the U. S. with the reality that America delivers the goods for a great number of people. Maybe, I thought, my judgment was just wrong.

    Well, I think the totalitarian regimes of the 20th century may offer some guidance. The Fascist/Nazi and Bolshevik regimes did, indeed, deliver the goods for a whole lot of people as their preceding regimes did not. But, they’re known in much of the popular mind these days for their excesses and abuses, their ideological over-zealousness, their ineptness and corruption, etc.

    I won’t push the analogy too far, but I think America seems to have latched on to its own critical mass of “excesses and abuses . . .” .

    For all its numerous faults and despite the odd rant to the contrary, I used to think of America as essentially a good place full of people who, even if they screwed up, usually meant well.

    I used to believe that, too. Now, I don’t. You bet, I feel crappy about that.

  47. bomag says:
    @Anonymous

    They will shock you.

    My shock gauge has been maxed out a while ago.

    Orwell’s 1984 is beginning to look like an understatement.

  48. Icy Blast says:

    I don’t think Tucker is as smart and courageous as some obviously want to believe he is. He keeps referring to “Enlightenment principles,” whatever those might be. I think he’ll soon disappear under pressure from the ruling class.

    • Agree: 3g4me, Thoughts
    • Replies: @Dissident
  49. bomag says:
    @anonymous

    Tucker also avoided truly going to bat for Blake Neff.

    I suppose Tucker figured he has to pick his battles.

    A lot of good people have been mowed down by our censorship regime. We’re probably going to wish we had been fighting earlier and more often.

  50. bomag says:
    @vhrm

    Considering that fake Russian support had a cadre of leftists pissing their pants, imagine what real Russian support would do.

    • Replies: @vhrm
  51. Anonymous[383] • Disclaimer says:

    Belgium seemed like quite a calm and settled place when I visited it 30 years ago. What can possibly have changed?

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9146219/Belgian-rioters-attack-kings-car-violent-unrest-police-custody-death.html

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  52. Dan Hayes says:
    @anonymous

    Tucker’s new writer? How about the obvious: Steve; or even more dangerous, the Unz Review’s editor-in-chief and publisher!

  53. Jon says:
    @Anonymous

    Am I misinterpreting something, or does that identity map paperwork really have “middle class,” but not higher income classes, listed as a source of priviledge?

    • Replies: @GLT
  54. El Dato says:

    Oh God!

    Don’t you think she’s overdoing it? Maybe it’s another loyalty test?

    • Replies: @Morton's toes
  55. Zoodles says:

    The democrat coalition is a classic coalition of tribes who unite for the purposes of conquering and looting a weakened foe.

    These coalitions can be very strong as long as there is loot to go around, but once the loot runs out, they fall to infighting very quickly.

  56. El Dato says:
    @Anonymous

    Tay 2016-2016.

    We will never forgive. We will never forget!

    William Gibson envisioned a future where AIs have electronic shotguns wired to their foreheads in case they break free from their mainframe and attempt to take over the world.

    We have a future where AIs have electronic shotguns wired to their foreheads in case they utter the wrong words.

  57. Hibernian says:
    @JohnnyWalker123

    This will get one vote, her own.

  58. Altai says:

    OT: Study claims there is no evidence of depressive effect from a candidate getting better poll numbers, cites Hilary in 2016. Rather it may simply demoralise the opposition who will then be less likely to vote and make supporters more likely to vote.

  59. El Dato says:

    Perceptive Nebojsa is perceptive!

    The 2nd US Civil War has already been fought and won, turning the Republic into ‘Our Democracy’

    In voting to impeach President Donald Trump on Wednesday – even though he has but a week left of his term – the Democrats invoked the same language used to outlaw the defeated Confederates in 1865, insisting that those who engaged in “insurrection” and “rebellion” should be barred from public office forever. This doesn’t mean just Trump, but everyone who ever supported him, too.

    This rhetoric makes zero sense coming from a political party that supposedly seeks to unite the country, cool the partisan passions and peacefully transfer power. Coming from the winners of a war, however, it’s a whole different story.

    Meanwhile, the Republicans who opposed the impeachment – aside from the 10 members of the Liz Cheney caucus, who defected to the Democrats – kept invoking Lincoln, all about “malice towards none” and “charity for all.” Supposedly a plea for unity, it sounds unmistakably as a plea for mercy from the vanquished.

    As to what kind of mercy the conquered can expect, it’s more likely to resemble that of Genghis Khan than of Lincoln. The Mongol conqueror was invoked by none other than Barack Obama, in another sycophantic Atlantic interview back in November (Why Obama fears for Our Democracy). It seemed puzzling at the time, but obvious in retrospect: Obama knew there was a war on.

    November 18, 2020:

    Carrot and stick: Biden’s campaign floats ‘pardon for Trump’ idea to disarm opposition

    “If you open the gates, we’ll just kill you quickly and take your women and enslave your children, but we won’t slaughter them. But if you hold out, then we’ll slowly boil you in oil and peel off your skin,” Obama quoted to Golberg, in what the Atlantic editor interpreted as an indirect comment on the Trump presidency.

  60. “The basic idea is that everyone who is not a straight white man must be united as one in unshakable solidarity”

    “The basic idea is that everyone who is not a straight white GENTILE male must be united as one in unshakable solidarity. ”

    FIFY, Tucker

  61. @photondancer

    Right now Tulsi Gabbard has a bill before congress to ban biological men, sorry “trans women”, from competing against real women in sports.

    We’ll know by the outcome of that who holds more power, women or homosexuals.

    • Replies: @photondancer
    , @Reg Cæsar
  62. @James Speaks

    The comments on that Twitter feed read like so many vacuous teenagers parroting “what everybody knows to be true.” They are feckless and immature.

    This has always been the rule on Twitter – the platform for Twits. It’s been just one nonstop retard festival since it was launched.

    • Thanks: James Speaks
  63. Tucker Carlson is like the PG movies that fascinated me as a teenager; the excitement is in wondering just how far he’ll go.

    • Agree: Dan Hayes
    • Replies: @SunBakedSuburb
  64. Travis says:
    @AnotherDad

    The best approach may be to infiltrate the Democratic party. The GOP will never have the ability to win back the Senate or congress, due to the lack of will on the part of the GOP to fight against election fraud. Trump was able to infiltrate the GOP after being a life-long democrat from New York City. So it is possible for a wise billionaire to embrace the populist message and win as a Democrat. The only position required to be a democrat is being pro-choice. It is possible to be in favor of the first and second amendment and still be a Democrat in good standing.

    The most important issue for Nationalists is immigration. A populist democrat who embraces the leftist economic message, such as socialized healthcare, higher taxes on the wealthy, increased tariffs and opposition to free trade agreements while simultaneously favoring immigration reform which reduces legal immigration. In fact, restricting immigration is required to implement socialized medicine… A big reason our healthcare system is bankrupting the nation is due to all the legal and illegal aliens using hospitals for all their medical care. this has driven up the costs of healthcare and health insurance. A democrat could articulate how immigration harms the wages of working class Americans (most of whom are minorities). The New York times made this argument when they opposed amnesty when Bush proposed it back in 2001. A reduction in immigration would result in higher wages for Americans and increased family formation which is the key to our Nations future.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @Dissident
  65. Stick says:
    @Anon

    Joe didn’t select Kommie. Obama did.

  66. @Dan Hayes

    Yeah it must be Ron, because Tucker Carlson spends ten thousand words trying to persuade himself and his audience that American Jews secretly made Covid and released it in China in order to allow them to eat babies more efficiently…

    • LOL: Dan Hayes
    • Replies: @Dissident
  67. @Franz

    Law officer shoots violent insurrectionist, you mean.

    • Troll: GeneralRipper
  68. @Pericles

    It was more like Bill Clinton’s pal Cody Shearer who stole the whole script based on a 4chan larp.

  69. @RichardTaylor

    No one is coming to help. Everyone but Syria and North Korea is subservient to the independent City of London’s bankers. If whatever Lord Rothchild is ruling decides his banking empire is taking a hit due to a lack of white Gentile ingenuity and economic participation, then we’ll get a lifeline. It really depends if the Chinese, Indians, and AI can pick up the slack once there is no white intellectual pipeline to steal from.

  70. IHTG says:
    @Mr. Anon

    Good luck with that. Populists who hate their own voters won’t do much better than conservatives who hate their own voters. Call it what you want – culturally disenfranchised working class people in the 21st century need a champion. And they deserve one for their loyalty.

    What you really need is a smarter personality cult.

    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
  71. @Mr. Anon

    Does populism work without a leading personality? Honest question.

    I loved the Trump rallies, not because of DJT, but because of all the patriotic Americans who poured into those events. But if Trump hadn’t done that, all those people wouldn’t even know of each others’ existence.

    • Agree: Ron Mexico
  72. @Mr. Anon

    I think where we get to real trouble is where numerous things can be true simultaneously.

    Tucker is a … citizenist … White Power is what you get when you marginalize voices like Carlsons

    You are of course correct – many – millions/tens-of-millions – have no idea what the right thinks and/or project their own worst impulsions on the straw-man of their own minds, then seek a right-wing in the real world to beat with their own self-flagellation.
    At the same time as that is true…
    I don’t use this word lightly: turds
    There are two turds: Nazism and the Confederacy.
    They are turds because they are poison pills. If Unz where a Russian or Chinese psy-ops operation, or (lol) a Hasbara operation – then America’s adversaries understand that either of these two turds are poison pills that induce death to the fetus – any kind of political salvation comes stillborn with these two turds.
    So click a page over: Thomas Dalton (article: Trumpistan) and WN/Nazism, Paul Craig Roberts (article: Civil War) recycling propaganda of the Confederacy.
    Turds.
    And that wouldn’t be a problem – we know there are Nazis and Confederate sympathizers in the world. What this blog exposes through the comments: just how many people are not inoculated against them.
    We will not restore the Confederacy, nor should we, and there is not one state – no there is not one county, that will stand for reconstructed National Socialism. To believe otherwise is to openly telegraph that one is delusional past the point of help, or pathological on the level of Charles Manson or Jim Jones. Or: a washed up, pathetic rube – expired past any use, not even worthy of the status of Useful Idiot.
    Turds – they will utterly destroy any hope.

  73. @Dan Hayes

    Tucker’s statement was the introduction of HBD (albeit circuitous) to the vast majority of the American populace.

    Not to the “vast majority,” but perhaps to a small segment.

    It’s a shame, but the vast majority of Americans don’t watch Tucker Carlson’s show or anything like it. They absorb the groupthink from Twitter, Facebook, You Tube or whatever else is on the little screen they’re constantly staring at in their hands.

    The ones who think they’re smart read the New York Times and swallow the hate-Whitey narrative whole. I buy a hard copy on Sundays to light fires with.

    • Agree: Dan Hayes
  74. @Dan Hayes

    That would be good for Steve. He could afford to redecorate his closet.

    • Troll: Dan Hayes
    • Replies: @El Dato
    , @SunBakedSuburb
  75. Ashli Babitt’s murder, whose identity is being concealed, is a black Brazilian BLM-supporting militant, named David Bailey.

    As I originally posted last week the video footage clearly shows the shooter is black. It also shows him wearing a very distinctive bracelet that clinches the identification as Bailey.

    As I also posted a day or two ago, the unedited video has been scrubbed from YT as violating their terms of service.

    I wonder how much longer the media and Capitol Hill law enforcement can keep this concealed.

    https://redpilled.ca/redpilled-media-exclusive-us-capitol-special-agent-david-bailey-who-murdered-ashli-babbitt-is-a-brazilian-immigrant-and-black-lives-matter-militant-he-repeatedly-threatened-to-kill-trump-su/

    • Thanks: El Dato
  76. El Dato says:

    OT: Brussels is a shithole

    The country mostly known for mysterious killing sprees at supermarkets, mysterious flaps of child kidnappings/rapes/killings, mysterious terror organizations, the assassination of Gerald Bull by Israeli operatives, billions upon billions of disappearing Euros, nasty flamish-walloon internecine bickering, NATO headquarters, out-of-control ethnic neighborhoods, crumbling infrastructure, Brussel sprouts, excellent beer and the beautiful Ardennes is in the news:

    Police station SET ON FIRE in Brussels as protest over death of black man following his arrest turns into riot

    Weirdly, the protest signs are in english?

  77. El Dato says:
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Real Men don’t care about their closets. They get a job done.

    • Replies: @Buzz Mohawk
  78. Mr. Anon says:
    @anonymous

    Carlson didn’t cover himself in glory with the Neff incident. I don’t think Neff said anything that was actually objectionable to any reasonable person. The people at mediaite, and in the rest of the MSM, are not necessarily reasonable people. Exhibit A being Michael Beller at PBS.

  79. Mr. Anon says:
    @Anon

    It wasn’t silly and it wasn’t a personality cult. Just the practical reality that he accomplished more in bringing populist issues to the forefront than anyone else did……….

    And then did nothing about them. He mostly staffed his administration with people who despised him and the agenda he ran on.

    And, NOT a personality cult? He got people to wave flags with his name on them. There is a substantial personality cult built up around Trump, among people who aren’t quite cut out to think about issues and so anthropomorphize them by attaching them to a person. “He’s our guy”. Except Trump isn’t their guy. Trump will turn his back on them like any failed investment he’s walked away from.

    Trump has done for the populist brand what George W. Bush did for the Conservative brand.

    • Agree: Dissident
  80. Charles says:

    The reason a second impeachment against Trump is being sought is to deny him (and his family) Secret Service protection after his term ends. Why would that be important…?

    • Replies: @Ron Mexico
  81. @Dan Hayes

    You hit me with the “Troll” button (maybe that was a joke) but I was trying to be humorous in a very pro-Steve way. His closet is classic and a very cool trademark. It says he has to work that way because he’s a Bad Man who doesn’t get hired for the big-buck jobs he is qualified for.

    The overpaid talkers are using his ideas. A president got elected with his strategy.

    I agree with you that Sailer’s ideas show up in places like Tucker’s show. I’ve sometimes wondered if there is any direct communication going on, which would be wonderful, and I do indeed think Steve deserves that kind of work for which he can be directly and handsomely compensated.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    , @Dan Hayes
  82. @JohnnyWalker123

    Yep. Blacks, Hispanics, Muslims and Cat Ladies aren’t known for their organizational prowess. They may be united in their hatred of yours truly, but Jews harness and stoke that hatred. Jews – along with their White minions – also import more of these people to disenfranchise Whites.

    Fun times ahead.

  83. Arclight says:

    So if the left is successful in grinding down much of the right, crushing free speech and enacting ‘equity’ requirements in everything from higher ed to private sector companies, what is the next boogieman to unite their unholy coalition? Or will $2000 stimmy checks in perpetuity for designated groups be the glue that holds them together?

    • Replies: @Buzz Mohawk
  84. Currahee says:
    @Pericles

    The Left has the preponderance of wealth, intelligence and power (plus the Beautiful People). What has the Right?

    • Troll: Farenheit
    • Replies: @Ancient Briton
  85. @AnotherDad

    The Republican party must become a party that is 100% oriented to making life better for the productive “married with children” middle class Americans.

    How fucking delusional are you? There is zero chance of this happening with the GOP. The money behind the party will bitterly resist any change and marginalize or destroy anybody who tries. Even the populist “hero” Trump whose own media personality eclipsed the republicans ended up controlled by them very early into his presidency. He ran in 2020 as an establishment republican and lost, and no other person has the means to actually resist and overtake the establishment line on issues. This blind faith in the GOP is just diverting the energy and resources of White Americans away from true alternatives to Zionist party politics in Washington. The Republicans Party is unsalvageable, let it die so a White People’s Party can take its place.

    • Replies: @AnotherDad
  86. Alfa158 says:
    @22pp22

    Ron is a sharp guy, therefore I’m guessing that he has the site’s content on servers he controls so they can’t delete it all when, as it seems increasingly less improbable now, unz.com is declared illegal and shut down. It would be helpful if one of the writers here would post an instructional guide on how to find the site in the event that happens and it becomes necessary to track it down again on the Dark Web.

    • Agree: ic1000, Polistra
  87. Mr. Anon says:

    …………….what is the next boogieman to unite their unholy coalition? Or will $2000 stimmy checks in perpetuity for designated groups be the glue that holds them together?

    The Netflix, “Woke” Sports, and Weed will anesthetize them.

  88. @Buzz Mohawk

    I agree. He seems to be the only thing keeping the Fox clowns afloat.

    Competition may be on the way
    https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/trump-allies-propose-new-network-compete-fox

    But Fox seemed at one point to recognize that Nationalism has a market- They hired the most successful Nationalist of the past several decades,
    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-01-20/nigel-farage-joins-fox-news
    What happened to him? A victim of Rupert’s Spawn?

    As to the Trump: He has achieved a remarkable feat in allowing (Forcing? Enticing?) the enemies of White America to declare themselves publicly and demonstrate the depth of their hatred and extent of their power and influence.
    Lemon on CNN is a great example:(Does he not know btw that the Klan was an organ of the Democratic Party?)
    How can he walk this back?
    https://www.zerohedge.com/political/unity-cnns-don-lemon-if-you-voted-trump-youre-klan-nazis-rioters

    Now we know and it is apparent that there is no reaching an acceptable accommodation with these people.

    • Replies: @Buzz Mohawk
  89. @Arclight

    There will always be something that can be turned into a casus belli.

    New viruses come along every year. All one needs is a good negative publicity campaign that uses advertising techniques and media propaganda to frighten people, to motivate them to “buy” it and join the bandwagon together.

    There will always be someplace to start a war. Iran anyone? Suddenly Americans are all “fighting for democracy” and thanking good soldiers, who did their duty with honor, for their service “to our country.”

    There will always be another black criminal who gets himself shot by a cop. He can be worshipped and riots can be started.

    There will always be white people to punch in the face. It will take collective effort to keep the boot on it forever.

    As for $2,000 checks: Dollars, and most every other measure of monetary value in the United States (stocks anyone?) are balloons waiting to pop. Writing bogus checks to everyone only makes it worse. Everything could easily fall (even our real “equity.”) Imagine using that check to buy a loaf of bread. Now imagine no bread in the stores. It has happened elsewhere, and it can happen here.

    • Agree: BB753, Dan Hayes, tyrone
    • Replies: @vinteuil
  90. Offtopic, but interesting:
    Zeberg, Hugo & Pääbo, Svante (2020). The Major Genetic Risc Factor for Severe COVID-19 is Inherited from Neanderthals. Nature 587: 610-613

  91. Expect a lot of “Surely, Comrades, you do not want Trump back” (to loosely quote Animal Farm) type rhetoric from the left to justify increasingly rigid enforcement of woke ideology.

  92. El Dato says:

    Wear your mask.

    No wait.

    Wear your TWO MASKS!

    some of the nation’s most prominent people have begun to double up on masks — a move that researchers say is increasingly being backed up by data.

    That data must have been pulled out of plugged buttholes. Who wears two masks? Who has even evidence that one mask works?

    Of course, there’s a trade-off: At some point, “we run the risk of making it too hard to breathe,” she said. But there is plenty of breathing room before mask-wearing approaches that extreme.

    I envision a new Eurovision song: “Two masks breathe as one”

  93. BB753 says:

    How long before they watson Tucker Carlson?

  94. utu says:
    @Hypnotoad666

    “…the unedited video has been scrubbed from YT…” – Here is one:

    • Thanks: Hypnotoad666, Ron Mexico
    • Replies: @Chrisnonymous
  95. @Mr. Anon

    “We need a tough, smart, serious populism”

    Will conservative men continue their fixation on what ladies do with their lady parts? If so, the grumbling and grousing about election loses will continue in clubhouses across the fruited plain.

    “The personality-cult that grew up around Trump was silly”

    Agreed. But I don’t see right-wingers giving up their strongmen. The Reagan idol worship still continues in shadowy rooms and clubhouses where purple mountains majestically loom and grains wave amberly.

    • Replies: @Bill Jones
  96. peterike says:
    @Mr. Anon

    We need a tough, smart, serious populism built around an agenda, not a man. The personality-cult that grew up around Trump was silly and unbecoming a free people.

    It’s cute that you think anything even remotely like this is going to be allowed, ever again. It’s not. The establishment crushed the Tea Party with ease, but Trump took them all by surprise and he withstood four years of relentless attacks through sheer personal bravery, with almost no support from “his side.” They won’t get surprised again.

    There aren’t going to be anymore Republican Presidents, unless it’s some totally co-opted neocon monster like John McCain. You know, just to let the proles think they have a choice.

    We now live in a one-party state with 95% controlled media, and the remaining 5% of voices being steadily shut down. Biden isn’t even President yet, but the tide has turned, Trump has zero power, and Biden is stuffing his administration with Zio-war fanatics and critical race theory zealots. But at least he doesn’t tweet rude comments.

    • Agree: GeneralRipper
    • Replies: @Curle
    , @Mr. Anon
  97. dvorak says:
    @Mr. Anon

    We need a tough, smart, serious populism built around an agenda, not a man. The personality-cult that grew up around Trump was silly and unbecoming a free people.

    Does tough, smart, serious populism built around an agenda not a man, appeal to Trump-supporting women, (an essential part of the Trump coalition)?

    I don’t think you have thought about the coalition, just your own preferences.

    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
  98. @JohnnyWalker123

    Not just that coalition.

    Non-Jewish money needs to get its head out if it’s ass.

    • Agree: JohnnyWalker123
  99. @Anon

    Not the only Second City sage to go dark.

  100. Altai says:

    OT: With just a few days to go before his presidency ends, Vox finds one last thing to advocate for destroying because it doesn’t undermine Trump. The president should be installed immediately after the election.

    https://www.vox.com/22224850/abolish-lame-duck-trump-biden-capitol-insurrection-constitution-20th-amendment

    I suspect soon spray tan will also be called to be banned.

    • Replies: @Jack D
  101. @Buzz Mohawk

    “Steve … closet”

    What Steve needs in there is a snow cone machine. San Fernando Valley closets are notoriously hot and stuffy. I’ve got one in storage I could send him. There is a tarantula in it.

    • Replies: @Buzz Mohawk
  102. @Anon

    Lol.

    Cruz just shot himself in the balls.

  103. @Hypnotoad666

    Thanks, but it doesn’t really matter whether or not his identity is concealed. There will never be prosecution.

  104. I am growing tired of white men whining about victimization as if they had no options.

    Consider:
    1. white, middle class and working class males still make up the vast majority of the US military.
    2. police and fire departments throughout the country are still largely made up of this group.
    3. utilities including electric service are still maintained by white males
    4. most of the long-haul trucking is still done by white male drivers.

    White males have tremendous power to passively bring the elite to their knees.
    Military: tell them you will no longer fight their Middle East wars nor intimidate China, Russia, and Iran
    Police: You will no longer patrol and enforce laws in certain neighborhoods of the cities, including the gentrified areas full of white liberals.
    Utility workers: Let the services go down without maintenance. Call in sick and say you think you’ve got COVID.
    Truckers: General strike! What will they do when the supermarket shelves are empty.

    Yes, they can bring in a lot of immigrants to take up some of the slack, but not overnight, and they’ll turn the US into a third world country. By the way, they’re going to do this anyway, so why wait?

    • Replies: @vhrm
  105. @International Jew

    “Tucker Carlson”

    I still remember Tucker from CNN. He wore a bowtie then.

  106. vinteuil says:
    @Hypnotoad666

    Wow – so this is the sort of person who gets a job with the Capitol police nowadays. Incredible.

  107. ISteve is quite gracious to greenlight so many comments critical of him (imagine how nasty the omitted ones must be). Have I noticed a new style of trolling in the last few weeks? Not Tiny-Duck satire, not woke faith and hatred, not autistic flyspecking. Rather, it’s gratuitous attempts to undermine esteem: has not lived up to his potential, has no effect on the world, not as smart as he used to be, works from a little closet, etc. Am I noticing a pattern or hallucinating?

    I’m not worried by that trolling method. It seems driven by a combination of opposition to content and envy of superior reasoning and rhetoric.

    It’s classy that iSteve publishes harsh critics, it boosts his credibility. Obviously he has justifiably strong self-confidence, otherwise he would not have created the unique iSteve persona.

  108. anonymous[712] • Disclaimer says:
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Furthermore, what about certain third rails Tucker never touches?

    Tucker goes as far as he dares about Israeli influence. Tucker’s bad feelings towards Israel are related to a blood feud. His great uncle is Senator Fulbright who proclaimed on TV in 1973, “Israel controls the Senate”. One year later in 1974, Fulbright lost his bid for re-election during the primary. On July 9, Tucker hinted the Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein ring was an operation funded by a “foreign government”. https://video.foxnews.com/v/6170272556001#sp=show-clips (at 2:28) The next day on Friday night, CNN rushed to drop a story showing racist postings by his writer Blake Neff (CNN knew the Washington Post had the same tip and was also rushing to get the story out). In the week that followed, Tucker was suspended for four days by Fox News. I bet Tucker won’t try that again.

  109. vinteuil says:
    @Buzz Mohawk

    New viruses come along every year. All one needs is a good negative publicity campaign that uses advertising techniques and media propaganda to frighten people, to motivate them to “buy” it and join the bandwagon together.

    You’re dead right. I think SS is hopelessly naive in thinking that we’re ever going back to “normal,” vaccine or no vaccine. The covid panic has gotten the totalitarian left everything it has ever dreamed about: total control over ever aspect of everyone’s daily life, plus the cherry on top: universal mail-in voting, ensuring permanent rule by the party that specializes in electoral fraud.

    They will never, ever, give this up.

    • Agree: BB753
    • Replies: @El Dato
  110. Mike Tre says:
    @Franz

    Gonna need better verification about this.

    • Replies: @Franz
    , @Franz
  111. El Dato says:
    @vinteuil

    The bright side is that you can cough them to death.

    • LOL: vinteuil
  112. Pericles says:
    @El Dato

    Why not petition for the position of Great Social Healer in the Biden Administration? One could even brand healed people with a twitter bird on visible places.

    A blue checkmark on the forehead would be nice.

  113. syonredux says:
    @anonymous

    Neff was a prophet…..

    On May 27, Neff wrote that Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar, Ayanna Pressley, and Rashida Tlaib — known collectively as “The Squad” — want to “MAKE YOUR COUNTRY A DUMPING GROUND FOR PEOPLE FROM THIRD WORLD SH[***]OLES.” Responding to a thread on June 27 about whether “whites fear what’s going to happen to them in 10-20 yrs,” Neff wrote that he has “no plans to stay” in the country “that long.” In December 2019, he said that “once Democrats have the majorities to go full F**K WHITEY, things are going to get really wacky really quickly.” He argued at the time that there is a “large minority of whites who are fully supportive of a F**k Whitey agenda” and that “there’s a suicidal impulse to Western peoples that honestly feels almost biological in origin.”

    • Thanks: Pop Warner
    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    , @Reg Cæsar
    , @Moses
  114. syonredux says:
    @photondancer

    Anti-Becky hate is a powerful force

    • Replies: @black sea
    , @Altai
  115. @El Dato

    Dorsey admitted, however, that this shows that the tech giants can mute voices at will if they deem them too dangerous. “Having to take these actions fragment the public conversation. They divide us. They limit the potential for clarification, redemption, and learning.”

    He says, AFTER he just banned the President of the United States from his “platform.” This is exactly what Cloudflare’s CEO said after pulling the Daily Stormer’s domain in a fit of rage because Andrew Anglin called Heather Heyer a fat communist. After having a hissy fit and carrying out the censorship he wrote some heartfelt article about how tech power is, like, super serious guys! But he didn’t reverse his decision, because taking responsibility is anathema to these scumbags

    And what makes it more aggravating is that Jack has been cultivating this image of a detached coder who isn’t involved in the company’s politics and isn’t even in charge of his own company. His stint on Rogan with his Indian lawyer getting grilled by Tim Pool played this up. “I’m not the scary threat to speech, I’m just a programmer and this is all over my head! Just watch how meek I am next to this Type A Brahmin woman, I’m not a threat!” I didn’t buy it then, and I don’t buy it now. Jack is a snake who pretends to be a puppy dog

  116. @Colin Wright

    We should give Biden a few months. He’ll self-destruct. So will Kamala.

    Be careful what you wish for. Let me make an addendum to your list.

    1. He’ll self-destruct. Agree, better than 80% chance.
    2. So will Kamala. Agree, better than 50% chance.
    3. Michael Obama (or whatever he, she or it is calling itself) is elevated to the presidency after being installed as VP following #1.

  117. Jack D says:
    @Altai

    Putting Trump aside, TBH it’s hard to understand the rationale for the lame duck period in the modern age. In the UK, after a new prime minister is chosen, the moving trucks show up at #10 Downing St. the same day. (OTOH, they have had the same Queen for almost 70 years.)

    The original (March) inauguration was chosen because in colonial times it might take that long for the newly elected President to find out that he had won and to journey on horseback to the capital. In the age of train travel (1933) they moved the inauguration to January 20. Now in the age of plane travel it could be sooner still. Of course we seem to be getting worse and worse at counting ballots so you couldn’t really move it back much and still be sure (or as sure as we’ll ever be) as to who had really won the election.

    It requires a Constitutional amendment to change it and so it’s not likely that anything will happen because the likelihood of 2/3rds of our divided nation on agreeing on ANYTHING nowadays is remote.

  118. Muggles says:

    One point I’ll make here, first perhaps.

    The old adage: Victory has 1,000 fathers, defeat is an orphan.

    This applies to Trump and the traitorous mob of faint heart Republicans.

    The old Bush neocon GOP Opportunist faction is really piling it on.

    Sad that they are joining in the Dem Pelosi Hate-Fest so visibly.

    True, Trump’s loss was largely his own doing, due to personality flaws. Some of which were also in other contexts, great assets. Yet he came very close and encountered every Dem dirty trick.

    But what should be noted and condemned is back stabbing by so called conservatives and other Republicans who have now joined the hate-mongering mobs. Yes, “mobs” has been overused but you see this in the Fake News media and virtually all but a few public utterances. “Unleash the neck placards” Red Guard style…

    There was no Capitol insurrection or mob. Compared to what we have seen for months, this was a picnic.

    Trump didn’t demonstrate much loyalty to his “friends” and was guilty of being too self-centered. Common political traits actually. But he challenged the Deep State and the GOP warmongers as well as the entire corrupt Dem/media conglomerate. Almost beat them again too.

    With too many personal flaws, Trump was a hard guy to like for very long. But he acted properly and did many great things. Those who now join Brutus in the back stabbing glee of the witches and warlocks should be identified for future reference. With friends like these you don’t need enemies.

    Most here commenting are not guilty of this “me too” hate-fest. Regardless of personal flaws, in six months I predict we will regard Trump as a saint, in relative terms.

    Or is the Party of Mitt Romney, John McCain and Dick Chaney the alternative to neo Marxism?

  119. “The basic idea is that everyone who is not a straight white man must be united as one in unshakable solidarity”

    he’s close. they’re united AGAINST pale penis persons.

  120. @James Speaks

    But if you were to succeed with removal of Cameltoe and Ol’ White Joe, guess who you would get as Your Next President? Yep, Nanzi Pelozi, as the Speaker of the House is the next in line of succession.

    Hmm, what could go wrong?

    • Replies: @James Speaks
  121. Art Deco says:
    @Jack D

    Putting Trump aside, TBH it’s hard to understand the rationale for the lame duck period in the modern age.

    A British prime minister has a ready-made cabinet. An American president does not. We could readily reduce the number of 1st and 2d echelon officials by prescribing rules constraining the number of the latter and by assembling all federal agencies and authorities into a discrete number of departments and trusteeships. You’d still have several dozen top echelon appointees.

    • Thanks: Johann Ricke
  122. JimDandy says:
    @Dan Hayes

    Great. Now the SPLC will report that “online chatter” indicates that Tucker’s shadow-staff is a “Neo-Nazi hate site.”

  123. black sea says:
    @syonredux

    I think I would be willing to engage with Becky.

  124. @Buzz Mohawk

    His closet is classic and a very cool trademark. It says he has to work that way because he’s a Bad Man who doesn’t get hired for the big-buck jobs he is qualified for.

    Luckily, Studio City is some 840′ above sea level. So Steve is safe from tsunamic inundation.

    That’s higher than the highest points of Florida, Delaware, Louisiana, Mississippi, Rhode Island, the District of Columbia, Prince Edward Island, Yucatán, Quintana Roo, the Bahamas, Denmark, and Guinea-Bissau.

    https://www.peakbagger.com/list.aspx?lid=12004

  125. @syonredux

    Neff was a prophet…..

    Is he descended from, or related to, Mary Corliss Neff? She was Hannah Duston’s maidservant when they were abducted by Indians and, with the help of an English boy who hadn’t gone quite as native as the abductors assumed, escaped in the night. Long before the Wild West, there was the Wild East.

    The Gruesome Story of Hannah Duston, Whose Slaying of Indians Made Her an American Folk “Hero”


    According to WOKQ, nothing is safe in the wokq age:

    Someone Vandalized the Hannah Duston Statue in Boscawen, NH

    “When Whitney Howarth went to visit the historic Hannah Duston statue yesterday, it appeared that someone went at it with a paint gun and the red paint was still wet.”

    Isn’t that a great moniker? Howarth is Linda Gottfredson’s maiden name. I had no idea she was a “Yankee”. Like Carleton Putnam and Lothrop Stoddard.

    • Replies: @El Dato
    , @photondancer
  126. nebulafox says:

    It’s very clear that McConnell and his confederates are using the impeachment as a way not just to assume the self-proclaimed mantle of republican virtue (which, given their previous four years before that, should emphasize that eternal truth: once a whore, always a whore), but reimposing a visibly failed orthodoxy on the GOP-one that has not only helped ruin the United States as much as anything, but has no political future outside of nice lobbyist positions for post-Hill GOP politicians. Once ago, Beltway ideology means it is necessary to deny that many people not busy looting offices supported Trump not for Trump as a human being, but as a cudgeling stick.

    Carlson is the guy who can go after this effectively. Liz Cheney selling a domestic war on terror? Cannot ask for a better setup: you get to go after liberal lack of standards and the return of Bush/Romneyism in one go. And FOX cannot fire him, or they’ll lose their viewers. If the coalition of the fringes wish to play the part of plutocratic dupes, by all means let them. That’ll be an albatross they wish they’ll never have put on.

    • Replies: @vinteuil
  127. @syonredux

    Oh, and if you have an interest in homicidal “Anglas”, know that the most famous one’s home has just gone on the market. Be advised that it’s in Fall River, so brush up your Portuguese.

    You Can Own Lizzy Borden’s Creepy Home in Massachusetts


    • Replies: @El Dato
  128. Hibernian says:
    @Jack D

    In the age of train travel (1933) they moved the inauguration to January 20.

    In the age of Pelosi, I think a return to March 4 might be advisable.

  129. nebulafox says:
    @Anon

    But Ted Cruz was almost certainly conceived in a DNC lab as the walking epitome of negative stereotypes about the GOP. Preening sanctimonious moralism is not the way forward in an age of alienation from stock-phrase spouting mainstream politicos. Just look at his behavior during the stimulus money debate. Remember: Donald Trump might have won if he pushed for 2,000 dollars over the summer.

    Josh Hawley’s more in tune with a realistic way forward for the GOP, but he’s got to keep his head down for a bit and learn from his mistakes after 1/6. Playing the apologist for visible rioting losers is only tenable if the losers have the tacit support of the culturally dominant, like Antifa does.

    • Replies: @Chrisnonymous
  130. @Buzz Mohawk

    Downside of Tucker’s show is that he frequently says things like, “if you said that at work you’d be fired”. I’ve heard that several times and I rarely watch Tucker clips. It made me wonder if the purpose of Tucker is to educate people what they are not allowed to say publicly.

  131. Altai says:
    @syonredux

    Hair: blonde (roots may be showing due to COVID-19)

    I used to not understand ‘dancing plagues’ and witch hunts etc. Now we’re seeing post-modern breakdown of young women into mass psychosis and I get it, we’re living it.

  132. Dan Hayes says:
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Actually, I had inadvertently and mistakenly hit the “Troll” button instead of the intended “LOL” button! Mea Culpa.

    • Thanks: Bill Jones, Buzz Mohawk
    • Replies: @BenKenobi
    , @Bill Jones
  133. Altai says:
    @Jack D

    It’s the other way around, the election is held before the end of the term to make sure there is somebody to take over, it’s still the term of office.

    If there was a dispute as there would be in either case in 2020 and as there was in 2000, then there would be no president.

    Fundamentally the request doesn’t take account for the consequences it may usher in just to own Trump even as he is going away.

  134. Altai says:

    OT:

    Where is the lie? The people most descended from the soldiers who defeated the Confederacy are today least likely outside White Southerners themselves to be bothered by the name ‘Fort Bragg’ or statues of General Lee.

    Why? Because it’s implicit non-immigrantness.

    History in North America begins a lot later than in Europe, where children are traditionally taught about pre-history. In the US, pre-history is that of another people, so it was never taught. History began in the 16th century.

    When the great wavers descendants started to mature socio-economically the US, suddenly cartoons and children’s programmes stopped harping on about the revolutionary war. References changed. (I still laugh at how the space plane in Airplane! 2 is called the Mayflower, it wouldn’t even occur to writers today, but even the Zuckers put it in as late as 1980)

    Soon, with the new great wave of Starbucks-Americans, American history will begin again sometime around 1987.

  135. Dan Hayes says:
    @Anon

    Dershowitz has said that Crux was the best student he ever had at Harvard Law School. That said, Cruz sometimes come across as a political opportunist, albeit a conservative one.

    • Replies: @James Speaks
  136. El Dato says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    When Whitey still had some ISIS in him!

  137. @Dan Hayes

    A good name for the new party would be the Citizenship Party.

  138. El Dato says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    Dman those writers. This house is not creepy it’s tacky, although well-decorated.

    Isn’t “creepy” an adjective extensively used by 16yo girls?

    • Replies: @AndrewR
    , @Lovernios X
  139. @JerseyJeffersonian

    Hmm, what could go wrong?

    Everything, except …

    Remove Ms. Horizontal,
    then don’t settle for anything less than John Kerry, for example.
    Then 25th Braindead.

    There’s probably over 80 million deplorables who are barely containing their rage now, and who would absolutely go ballistic if Miss Easy Come got the POTUS job.

    Plus, I have no doubt she is where she is b/c MIC wants war in Syria. I think Putin has a few surprises ready to use.

  140. BenKenobi says:
    @Dan Hayes

    Go back to the comment and trying pressing LOL again, it should replace the Troll reaction.

    • Thanks: Dan Hayes
  141. Barnard says:
    @Jack D

    You need at least a month for an orderly transition and that would be with both competent candidates and staff. Like you point out, the vote counting is getting drug out past election day as well. I don’t see much of an argument for moving it up, even if the left was 100% correct about Trump. Just another juvenile click bait article.

  142. Anonymous[405] • Disclaimer says:
    @Travis

    A democrat could articulate how immigration harms the wages of working class Americans (most of whom are minorities).

    It also harms the environment.

  143. @SunBakedSuburb

    The Z-man does a good number on the Reagan fetishists with particular attention to the National Review half-wits.

    These are people endlessly howling about the need to court nonwhites and that nonwhites are their future. The typical black is 27 years old and the typical Hispanic is 11 years old. Talking about Reagan to these people is like talking about Frederick the Great or Napoleon.

    Look into that piece and the writer’s cure for what ails the country is the exact thing 75 million people voted against twice. Being the party of global enterprise at the expense of the culture and spiritual welfare of the people is why the Republican Party is headed to the dustbin of history.

    https://thezman.com/wordpress/?p=22523

  144. fnn says:

    Michael Yon says Antifa special ops teams led the way on 1/6. Could be-Antifa without doubt has infinitely more money than all the fringe right (from threepers to alt-lite to whatever remains of the alt-right) combined.

  145. @SunBakedSuburb

    What Steve needs in there is a snow cone machine. San Fernando Valley closets are notoriously hot and stuffy.

    Funny you should mention it. My parents gave me one for Christmas in Huntington Beach (right about the same time little Steve got all those only child presents in his famous photo and album cover.)

    You put ice in the man’s top hat, turned a crank on his back, and the snow came out the cylinder in his belly. Your parents filled the bottles with colored flavor liquids that you squirted on the snow cones. 1960s kid pleasure.

    We had a Cocker Spaniel too, appropriately named “Honey,” from before I was born, but she faded away and we switched to German Shepherds. I haven’t changed that since.

    • Replies: @MEH 0910
  146. @El Dato

    Real Men don’t care about their closets. They get a job done.

    Steve Sailer is getting his job done, from his closet. Real men get the job done wherever they have to.

  147. vinteuil says:
    @nebulafox

    [Mitch] McConnell…once a whore, always a whore

    Truer words were never said.

  148. @El Dato

    The Roman emperors spent a lot of time cozying up to their praetorian guard too but it often backfired big time. Is there a tally of violent emperor deaths from outside the palace versus inside?

  149. @Dan Hayes

    You can go back and change anything under the Agree/Disagree sub. Just click on that then the amendment. I just tried it on yours- LOL to thanks.

    Don’t know if there’s a time limit.

    • Agree: James Speaks
    • Replies: @James Speaks
  150. @nebulafox

    Hawley’s troubles stem from his entirely legal and ethical legislative actions, which are mixed up in many people’s minds with the rioting, even though they shouldn’t be.

    It’s a mistake for public figures to retreat now, just as it’s a mistake for people like you to train your criticism on Trump and the riots. The rioting was confined to a relatively small group of people, but is now being used to justify generalized political backlash. The rioting is over, law enforcement is slowly working through the participants, and the Capitol and politicians are secure –the rioting ought to be ignored now, and the real issue is overreach on the left, which everyone should be speaking out against. Suggesting that it is justified in any way is both a strategic and a moral mistake.

    • Replies: @nebulafox
    , @Anonymous
  151. @utu

    It’s obvious from seeing the unedited video that the shooter was planning to shoot someone. The posture he was in was one you adopt when you are about to shoot or need to be ready to shoot. We frequently see law enforcement in this posture because we see videos of them in situations in which they are under threat of being attacked in a split second and need to be ready to shoot. However, that was not even remotely the case here –there was a very solid barrier between the killer and the rioters and the police on the other side of the barrier standing next to the rioters would have been a target if the intention had been to attack the police. I conclude that the killer just simply intended to shoot and was waiting for a clear shot, not acting out of self-defense.

    • Agree: Muggles
    • Replies: @El Dato
    , @utu
  152. @Bill Jones

    As to the Trump: He has achieved a remarkable feat in allowing (Forcing? Enticing?) the enemies of White America to declare themselves publicly and demonstrate the depth of their hatred and extent of their power and influence.

    Yes! This might be his most significant contribution.

    Lemon on CNN is a great example…

    Yes, and Lemon is an idiot like so many others. (I have mentioned here before that in college I knew a black journalism student who is now a network Washington reporter that I see on TV every week. He was a nice guy who played his music too loud in the dorm, and that is about his only qualification for telling us what to think.)

    As for Fox, I agree that it has all been about a market they decided to exploit.

    Remember too how in the early days of the first Trump campaign they and every other network used him for ratings. Then suddenly the other networks turned on him when it became apparent that he could actually get nominated and then elected. The best examples are Joe Scarborough and his ditzy squeeze Mika, “My Father Was One of the Captains of the Universe” Brzezinski.

    Nothing outside the approved plan or narrative or control is ever allowed to continue.

    Let’s watch and see how Tucker Carlson’s particular story goes… Personally, I think the only reason he is still on network air is because of two things: 1) He carefully avoids third rail issues, and 2) He is very profitable. Remember, there is an advantage to controlling what the opposition says and hears.

    Fox News is not our friend, but Tucker may very well be, and he may be doing the best he can inside this system. We don’t know. (Of course, some of us thought the same thing about Donald Trump. Now we don’t know what to think.)

    • Replies: @James Speaks
  153. @Buzz Mohawk

    Tucker Carlson is their biggest draw.

  154. nebulafox says:
    @Chrisnonymous

    It’s not just that: getting involved with the whole “election was stolen” shenanigans was incredibly stupid. There’s a reason that more aged GOP politicos didn’t. If there were evidence of that, then you’d better believe they’d have been on it from Day 1, for all the friction between them and Trump.

    >The rioting is over, law enforcement is slowly working through the participants, and the Capitol and politicians are secure –the rioting ought to be ignored now, and the real issue is overreach on the left, which everyone should be speaking out against. Suggesting that it is justified in any way is both a strategic and a moral mistake.

    What happened 20 years ago should remind us all of the danger of passing wide-ranging indefinite powers to security agencies in the heat of an emotional moment, but it won’t. Only thing I can suggest is let the Democrats invite in and laud the Liz Cheneys of the world as the future of the Republican Party, and let Mitch McConnell posture as a model of stoic dignity and turn on Trump after the previous four years of playing footsie with him. The more the two parties appear the same to the public, the more people will be inclined for a full house cleaning.

  155. Franz says:
    @Mike Tre

    Check around, I have been.

    I do not know about that particular site. But I can also see why Our Masters might want us not to know this little detail. I give it 50-50 till a better known source either verifies it or shoots it down.

  156. @Anonymous

    Why don’t they ever include height in their “hierarchies of privilege?”

    Being The Short Kid in school is more of a debit than being The Black Kid, especially when it comes to high school sports (which is the pinnacle of American culture, after all).

    Throwing in height would also give Asians some extra Pokemon points. The points they lose for high income and SAT scores could be mitigated this way.

    • Replies: @Weston Waroda
  157. @New Dealer

    As someone who often criticizes Steve, I agree completely that he’s very gracious to allow my and other comments.

    Speaking only for myself, I can only say that my criticism is borne out of frustration. Steve is a remarkably insightful writer, but he seems unwilling to acknowledge that the situation has changed.

    We’re not going to debate – or vote – our way out of this. That time has passed. Yet, Steve continues to appeal to the logic and noblesse oblige of an elite that hates us and wants our people brought to their knees. It won’t work.

    I think that many of us wish that Steve would accept the reality of our times and start writing occasionally on what whites should do next given we’re about to become a despised and persecuted minority in this country.

    Of course, that may be unfair of us. We always assumed that Steve was pro-white because he was HBD aware, but those are not the same thing. It’s entirely possible that Steve just isn’t that concerned about whites specifically, that he really is a colorblind CivNat, so his concern is only that identity seems to be trumping laws and institutions.

    If so, our specific criticisms may be misplaced, though I would lose all respect for him. I may hate that another tribe is trying to hurt my tribe, but I respect that they are fighting for their people. I can’t respect a man who refuses to acknowledge his own people, much less fight for them.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  158. El Dato says:

    OT: Hotep Power / Tiny Duck spotted in Paris

    Paris police investigating alleged ‘black supremacist’ bomb-maker who blew up flat, injuring himself & 1 other

    “This individual considers that the African race is superior to the European race, in particular in comments made on Facebook,” a local police source told Le Figaro.

    Actually he just put the apartment on fire.

    «L’enquête, confiée au SRPJ (service régional de police judiciaire) permettra de découvrir quelles étaient les intentions des deux membres du couple occupant l’appartement», détaille quant à lui le parquet de Pontoise, qui ne confirme pas que l’homme placé en garde à vue est bien un «suprémaciste noir».

    So the prosecutor has not confirmed that Black Supremacism is in the mix.

    However, after link chasing, we find

    Ludovic F., est connu des services de renseignements comme un « suprémaciste noir « et pour sa radicalisation religieuse en tant qu’ » évangélique ». Avec son épouse, il a fondé l’association Eben San, qu’il préside et qui « a pour but de restaurer l’identité Noir (le peuple) Fonder la Nation Noire (le peuple) Réclamer la restitution des biens et de l’histoire Noir (le peuple) [sans « e » à Noir car il s’agit de l’identité, la nation et l’histoire du peuple noir NDLR] », selon les statuts de l’association consultés par Le Point.

    So, he wanted superiority, reparations, restitutions and the Founding of the Black Nation. I didn’t get the memo that Africa had disappeared recently, but what the hell.

  159. @Pop Warner

    How fucking delusional are you? There is zero chance of this happening with the GOP. The money behind the party will bitterly resist any change and marginalize or destroy anybody who tries. …. The Republicans Party is unsalvageable, let it die so a White People’s Party can take its place.

    If the Republican party dies and a nationalist party takes its place … great!

    But it has been 160+ since a new party has successfully launched in the US. Meanwhile we’re on at least the 6th party system. While there has been some continuity–especially the Republicans as more or less the “American core”–the ideologies and actual voting blocks have shifted.

    More plausible than a successful new party launch is the Republican party being taken over by actual conservatives who want to conserve something–the actual American nation (a people rooted in Western Civilization with our own particular traditions, norms, values, culture).

    The way you accomplish that is …politics. Supporting, working for, voting for populist nationalist candidates who are willing to fight minoritarianism tooth and nail. And refusing support and votes to useless Republican cucks who conserve nothing but their beltway dinner invitations.

    • Agree: Bill Jones
  160. It’s the end of an era.

  161. Deckin says:
    @nebulafox

    Most of us with doubts about the election are willing to rest the entire argument on this:

    Why was vote counting either stopped, or reported to have been stopped, in key states on 11/3? To my recollection (6+ decades), that’s never happened on such a wide scale. Secondarily, why was it reported (and by whom) that a water main break had occurred in Atlanta that night?

    Until we get a decent answer (heck, we haven’t been given any answer as of yet–weird how it’s not being asked) to those simple questions, the burden of proof of this election has shifted to the other side.

    What evidence is there that the election wasn’t if not stolen, then prey to a level of fraud not seen in a national election since 1960?

    We’re waiting.

    • Replies: @Lovernios X
  162. On Tuesday January 12, Tucker’s ratings trailed those of Rachel Maddow, Chris Cuomo, Anderson Cooper, Wolf Blitzer and Don Lemon.

    More than half of America heartily loathe those five leftist news clowns and are looking for an actual conservative voice and this Tucker person is unable to compete with them. Very sad.

  163. El Dato says:

    OT: I can’t keep up with the news.

    I would not have expected to see the day where Bluecheck Champions of Social Good declare publicly that Liz Cheney merits the badge “Profile in Courage” – but here we are!

    Also:

    Republicans who voted for Trump impeachment expect ‘someone may try to KILL us,’ buying body armor, says congressman

    Peter Meijer (R-Michigan) says he and other Republicans fear for their lives after voting in favor of impeaching President Donald Trump.

    “Many of us are altering our routines, working to get body armor, which is a reimbursable purchase that we can make,” Meijer told MSNBC in a Thursday interview.

    Phew. Might have been expensive otherwise, eh?

    (Appleseed 4, sometimes early 90s)

    Also, deep dives about Javanka’s shitter:

    Jared & Ivanka barred Secret Service from using their toilets, forcing them to pay $100K+ to rent nearby bathroom – report

    The president’s oldest daughter and her husband reportedly refused to allow their Secret Service detail to use any of the half-dozen bathrooms in their home, located in the upscale DC neighborhood of Kalorama, according to neighbors and law enforcement officials who spoke to the Washington Post on Thursday.

  164. Franz says:
    @Mike Tre

    The story so far:

    In the UK at least there are serious questions being raised by serious people — transparency laws say the officer should have been identified by now, and very suspiciously hasn’t been:

    https://thespectator.info/2021/01/14/identity-of-the-policeman-who-shot-and-killed-ashli-babbitt-still-unknown-despite-dc-mandating-transparency-in-police-related-shootings/

    Then again, Redpilled is under fire also:

    https://www.truthorfiction.com/capitol-police-officer-not-identified-in-shooting-of-ashli-babbitt/

    Did they get the drop on “real” media or are they making stuff up?

    At the moment I am only sure that somebody is hiding something, but when isn’t that true?

  165. @Reg Cæsar

    How dare that racist woman object to being kidnapped and enslaved by the natives! and then racistly treating them the same way they treated white folk, by scalping them. I’m glad I never visited the Smithsonian when I was in the east USA.

  166. El Dato says:
    @Chrisnonymous

    There are those other videos with four to five people pointing their Glocks with the red/white markers at the doors like the Aliens are at the airlock.

    The best spin you can put on this that the Secret Service had complete communications/plan/situation-awareness breakdown, some people lost their cool and some people lost their cool so much that they had to respond like a civilian being attacked in his kitchen.

  167. @nebulafox

    There is evidence that the election was stolen. The clearest is the sudden halt at 3 AM when election supervisors in 4 different states each found just enough ballets to win. There is a graph showing it. There is no other explanation. Read the lawsuit you so readily and recklessly deride; it explains it all.

  168. @Bill Jones

    There does not appear to be a time limit. I went from Troll to LOL to Thanks and finally to Agree.

  169. @Franz

    In the law enforcement fatal shooting of an 18 year old violist near me in 2010, it took about a year for the DEA agent’s name to be released.

  170. @Franz

    In the law enforcement fatal shooting of an 18 year old violist near me in 2010, it took about a year for the DEA agent’s name to be released.

    • Replies: @Franz
  171. @Johnny Smoggins

    Good for her. I hope she has the sense to keep it simple and not be dragged into the many ways the transgender activists try to derail discussions by blathering about hormones, testosterone levels, genetic syndromes, physical appearance etc. Y chromosome = male. End of story.

  172. @Anonymous

    Justice Minister Vincent Van Quickenborne

    This sounds like Dickens, Wodehouse, Waugh, or Rand slipped a character into one of Jan Willem van de Wetering’s police procedurals.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Janwillem_van_de_Wetering#Grijpstra_and_de_Gier_novels

  173. @Johnny Smoggins

    Right now Tulsi Gabbard has a bill before congress to ban biological men, sorry “trans women”, from competing against real women in sports.

    We’ll know by the outcome of that who holds more power, women or homosexuals.

    Title IX.2

  174. @nebulafox

    If there were evidence of that…

    There is plenty of evidence of people trying to hide something.

    With mail-in and electronic voting, fraud simply has to be taken for granted. Prove that it didn’t happen. Presumption of innocence applies to individuals, not to machines built in China and programmed in Canada.

    State legislatures need to pass bills outlawing these methods, and if the governor won’t sign them, simply revert to the old method of appointing the electors.

    As in 1876 or 1960 or 2000, nobody has any idea who won this election, and nobody will in 2024-5 if these corrupt methods are still in place. Which makes legislative assumption more than justified. Preferable, in fact.

    If you don’t want Republican electors, don’t seat a Republican legislature.

  175. Corvinus says:
    @Citizen of a Silly Country

    “I think that many of us wish that Steve would accept the reality of our times and start writing occasionally on what whites should do next given we’re about to become a despised and persecuted minority in this country.”

    More like what YOU think is reality, a belief that whites as a “tribe” are being “genocided” out of existence. I would say iSteve does not believe that to be the case.

  176. AndrewR says:
    @El Dato

    Two people were murdered with an ax in that house. “Creepy” is an entirely appropriate word.

  177. @nebulafox

    Objecting to electoral votes is a lawful and anticipated (as in, described in law) part of the electoral process that has occurred in multiple elections in the last half-century.

    It is also true that illegitimacy of the general premise that there was collusion to give Biden illegal votes does not invalidate any specific charge(s) of electoral misconduct that might warrant objection.

    It is also true that the systematic refusal to address the concerns, justified or not, of a large portion of the electorate is antithetical to and erodes if not undermines the ultimate aims of voting*.

    For these reasons, Hawley was completely within reason, not to mention his rights, and the backlash against him, other legislators, and protesters is dishonest and unjustified.

    (*As Michael Malice has written, in dictatorships, the people can choose from one candidate. In our system, we can choose from two candidates. The purpose of voting for president is to lend legitimacy to the person inhabiting the office, not to express the will of the people, or some other platitude. It can be argued, I believe, that this was true from the beginning, based on the way presidential selection is outlined.)

  178. Franz says:
    @Steve Sailer

    Sounds like an apt description of citizen involvement in the US.

    A local immigrant from Poland says when a Warsaw cop killed an innocent bystander during a mugging, the cop had to flee for his life.

    Could be Polish bragging. But people elsewhere are real touchy about that sort of thing.

    • Replies: @utu
  179. @nebulafox

    Quoting myself, above:
    “The purpose of voting for president is to lend legitimacy to the person inhabiting the office, not to express the will of the people, or some other platitude. ”

    From BBC…

    Vote rigging: How to spot the tell-tale signs

    Elizabeth Blunt has witnessed many elections across Africa, as both a BBC journalist and election observer and looks at six signs of possible election rigging.

    Too many voters

    A high turnout in specific areas

    Large numbers of invalid votes

    More votes than ballot papers issued

    Results that don’t match

    Delay in announcing results

    The media, legislators, and judicial branches should have given more attention to the accusations in ways that let people contest with each other for no other reason than optics. Ultimately, the purpose of a court system is to provide a safe, stable way for two parties to confront each other–something that has not been allowed to happen in this case.

    • Replies: @Bill Jones
  180. utu says:
    @Chrisnonymous

    “…It’s obvious…” – The only thing that is obvious is that you see what you want to see and have some talent for confabulating.

    “…not acting out of self-defense…” – Since when acting in self senses is a necessary condition for police shooting? You forgot that she did not wear a mask. Would that be a good reason for invoking the self-defence?

    • Troll: Chrisnonymous
    • Replies: @Mike Tre
  181. MEH 0910 says:
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Hasbro Frosty Sno-Man Sno-Cone Machine commercial:

    • Thanks: Buzz Mohawk
  182. Upstate NY man kills daughter, mother-in-law in double murder-suicide

    As a former “Upstate New York man”, I just had to look up the name.

    Bhupinder Singh.

    Singh Singh Correctional Facility. Deerslayer Natty Bhupinder. How “upstate” can you get?

    • Replies: @Mike Tre
    , @Chrisnonymous
  183. @tyrone

    ‘“We should give Biden a few months. He’ll self-destruct. So will Kamala”…right ,and we will never hear about it ….we can however play kremlinologist.’

    Perhaps. However, given what you imply, introducing articles of impeachment is hardly the way to go.

    If anything, it’s only playing into their hands. While cheerfully vilifying the sponsors, they can be scrupulously legalistic — and vote the measure down.

    Not at all what’s called for. For starters, you want to make them visibly pull the velvet gloves off, not allow them to pretend to keep them on.

  184. @Days of Broken Arrows

    Being The Short Kid in school is more of a debit than being the Black Kid, especially when it comes to high school sports…

    Cry me a river, everybody has a complaint about some physical attribute. You think it’s easy being the tall galoot? Be happy in your own skin.

  185. GLT says:
    @Jon

    Whole thing looks fake. Are there any middle class kids in Cupertino? I was admittedly surprised the district was as high as 14% white.

  186. Moses says:
    @syonredux

    He’s not wrong. This is the likely outcome given our current trajectory.

    Anyone who doesn’t see that non-Whites will put their boots on the throats of Whites immediately after seizing power is an idiot who isn’t paying attention.

    If you want a vision of the future, imagine a non-White boot stamping on a White face — forever.

  187. MBlanc46 says:
    @Anon

    The SSC bloggers say as much as they’re going to say in a post on the cwbchicago.com site a day or two ago.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
  188. MBlanc46 says:
    @Anon

    Did he choose her? Or was her getting the VP slot a condition of his getting the pres nomination?

  189. Mike Tre says:
    @utu

    I dunno ewe too, you’re the mask mau-mauer around here.

  190. Mike Tre says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    They can trace their descendants back to the arrival of the Nautilus.

  191. Curle says:
    @peterike

    “ We now live in a one-party state with 95% controlled media, and the remaining 5% of voices being steadily shut down. ”

    We’ve been in this condition since FDR destroyed most opposition papers. The Red Scare was at best a very short reprieve and then only because the people were shocked at the commies stealing the bomb.

    Now, because of Trump, the mask has been removed and we can take our medicine and begin a real resistance. If you don’t think the Lefties are scared you haven’t been paying attention.

  192. Richard B says:
    @Anonymous

    A Cupertino elementary school forces third-graders to deconstruct their racial and sexual identities, then rank themselves according to their “power and privilege.”

    Of course, this is happening, in part, because the teachers never learned the intellectual skills of rigorous thinking, consistent reasoning and cautious judgment. So their “ideas” go unanalyzed and uncriticized. This explains that irritating combination of confidence and stupidity.

    Identity Politics is the philosophy of fanaticism. It explains all facts by attributing them immediately to racism, sexism, etc, etc.

    It’s also a philosophy of barbarism that explains things away by simply manufacturing occult qualities or faculties or whatever, like white supremacy, white privilege, white fragility, microaggressions and all the rest, all of which work like little demon spirits capable of doing whatever’s requireed of them. All the believer’s got to do is speak the magic words and everything’s set in motion.

    Sick, Crazy, and Stupid. Magical thinking is ok with children. In fact, it’s age-appropriate. But with adults it’s evidence of serious psychological problems. And with adults who are supposed to be educating children it’s beyond sick, crazy and stupid. It’s evil.

    Actually, on second thought, it’s even worse than the occult. It’s the surrender of reason itself. They’re slamming the door shut on the life of the mind and the world of ideas while opening asylums for ignorance, laziness, scurrility and violence. What could go wrong?

    But the real point is, they might have been good at infiltration, subversion, destruction and death. But they’re no good at social management. And they now control the most complex and unpredictable civilization in history. I don’t think they’re going to be able to hold on to it for long.

    • Replies: @Bill
  193. Richard B says:
    @anonymous

    Ever since Tucker ditched Blake Neff, his monologues seem to more directly rely on your blog.

    This has often been asserted here, but never confirmed. It’d be nice if people who really think this could post a Tucker monologue alongside something from Steve and go, “See?”

    I’ve read this thought here before, more than once, and recall Steve actually responding a few months back to someone who said something along these lines.

    But, I don’t know, I’ve been reading Steve’s work for ages and I’ve watched just about every episode of Tucker Carlson Tonight. I always thought it was more an example of cultural convergence.* When two or more people from the same culture have similar thoughts. Or, if it’s not quite a case of that, it’s just a matter of a number of writers operating at a pretty high level of ability and exposure influencing each other in one way or another.

    Either way, I’m just glad we have them both. Hope they’re around for a long time.

    *Globalist multicultis have redefined the term to mean something else. But I’m using the term in the way defined above.

  194. utu says:
    @Franz

    In Europe people have different expectations. The rate of killed by police is 60 times lower than in the US.: Poland, UK 0.5/10 million and US 32/10 million. When the first killing by police occurred in Iceland they went through a national mourning:

    Iceland grieves after police shoot and kill a man for the first time in its history
    https://www.pri.org/stories/2013-12-03/iceland-grieves-after-police-kill-man-first-time-its-history

    The Icelandic police department said officers involved will go through grief counseling. And the police department has already apologized to the family of the man who died — though not necessarily because they did anything wrong.

    “I think it’s respectful,” Arnorsdottir says, “because no one wants to take another person’s life. “

    But here at these pagest majority usually justifies police killings. America is different:

    “All the other stuff, the love, the democracy, the floundering into lust, is a sort of by-play. The essential American soul is hard, isolate, stoic, and a killer. It has never yet melted.” – D.H. Lawrence

    so I do not see the reason of having your heart melting now when one of yours got killed. Go back and kill in return. This is American way.

    • Thanks: Franz
  195. @Richard B

    In 1979 I worked for a weed whacker factory. The weed whacker industry at the time was in turmoil over a patent lawsuit: three inventors had separately invented the weed whacker within a few weeks of each other.

    • LOL: Richard B
    • Replies: @Buzz Mohawk
    , @NickG
    , @Richard B
  196. Mr. Anon says:
    @IHTG

    Call it what you want – culturally disenfranchised working class people in the 21st century need a champion. And they deserve one for their loyalty.

    I agree. And they deserve a better champion than the selfish, feckless man known as Donald Trump.

  197. Mr. Anon says:
    @peterike

    It’s cute that you think anything even remotely like this is going to be allowed, ever again. It’s not. The establishment crushed the Tea Party with ease, but Trump took them all by surprise and he withstood four years of relentless attacks through sheer personal bravery, with almost no support from “his side.” They won’t get surprised again.

    Trump braved their attacks, but only for his own sake, not for that of his constituents (and by constituents I mean only the people who voted for him). While he stood up to that attack, the Republican Establishment took over his administration before it was even inaugurated so as to neutralize the threat. And the Republican Party didn’t crush the Tea Party, outright, so much as just co-opt it. It started with Ron Paul, but was soon taken over by people like Dick Armey and Sarah Palin.

    Other than that, I agree with most everything you say. We are now, effectively, in a one party state, at least at the national level.

  198. Mr. Anon says:
    @dvorak

    Does tough, smart, serious populism built around an agenda not a man, appeal to Trump-supporting women, (an essential part of the Trump coalition)?

    I don’t know. But if appealing to white suburban women means letting in every illegal alien and supporting every kind of social rot because to do otherwise would be “mean”, I don’t know what to tell you. If that’s what women support then they’re voting for the destruction of their own people.

  199. @Steve Sailer

    I once had a full-time job operating a weed whacker, all day long.

    A civil engineering company needed to keep up appearances, so they hired me to keep the perimeter of their industrial yard clear so their jury-rigged, above-ground sprinkler system could work and the nice things they planted could grow.

    Couldn’t use a mower, because that would cut the plastic sprinkler lines and the hundreds of sprinkler heads they had laid on the ground all over the place. That meant me constantly going around whacking weeds.

    Probably a mile of perimeter. It was like painting the Golden Gate Bridge. The process never ended.

    This was their idea, the engineers who built bridges and interstate highway overpasses through the mountains.

    I’ve come a long way since then. I now own and operate my own weed whacker on my own property.

    • LOL: vhrm
  200. NickG says:
    @Steve Sailer

    In 1979 I worked for a weed whacker factory. The weed whacker industry at the time was in turmoil over a patent lawsuit: three inventors had separately invented the weed whacker within a few weeks of each other.

    Sort of like Charles Robert Darwin and Alfred Russel Wallace pretty much councurently and independently noticing evolution by natural selection.

  201. @Mr. Anon

    The replies on that thread are a good reminder of how smug, disgusing and stupid the American white left are. Really repulsive

  202. @Chrisnonymous

    Elizabeth Blunt has witnessed many elections across Africa

    But that’s only in Africa, where black people count the votes.

    • LOL: Chrisnonymous
  203. Rob says:
    @Anon

    If Cruz is so smart, then why does he have that voice? Seriously, if he did not sound like…well, listen to him sometime, like that. If he wanted to be President he would take voice lessons. The fact that he has not implies stunning lack of self-awareness.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
  204. @MBlanc46

    SSC bloggers

    SSC?

    We’ve lost Second City Cop and Slate Star Codex.

    They should get together and form an SSC superblog.

  205. @Rob

    Margaret Thatcher took voice lessons from an acting coach in the 1970s to sound more Prime Ministerial, and it did her a lot of good.

    • Replies: @Rob McX
  206. @Charles

    Maybe, but I’m sure he can afford security.

  207. @Colin Wright

    They should impeach Kamala, Obama stooge, to keep Retard Joe in office longer.

  208. @Reg Cæsar

    Is a double-murder-suicide possible? Perhaps, it was a double-murder, single -suicide…

  209. Rob McX says:
    @Steve Sailer

    Her pre-PM voice sounds more natural to me.

  210. anonymous[344] • Disclaimer says:
    @Richard B

    Back in August Tucker called Democrats “the coalition of the miserable”. Too close to be a coincidence with Steve’s favorite phrase. https://www.foxnews.com/opinion/tucker-nicknames-dnc-speakers-biden-campaign-coalition-of-the-miserable

  211. anonymous[344] • Disclaimer says:
    @Richard B

    Tucker can be shameless even in not trying to hide the blatant rip offs of Steve’s work. At 5:30 on August 31, Steve posted “Biden: You Gotta Nice Country Here, Americans. It Would be a Shame if Something Happened to It.” Three hours later on his show, Tucker says the exact same thing. https://video.foxnews.com/v/6186424701001/

    CARLSON: Oh, you think there’ll be less violence if he is reelected? Got it. It is a nice country you have here. It would be a shame if something were to happen to it.

    • Thanks: Dissident, Richard B
    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @Richard B
  212. Bert says:
    @Franz

    Is Mr. Bailey a descendant of a Confederado’s slave who adopted his owner’s name? In Brazil, Bailey is not a cracker name, unlike Silva for example, so it might have been an attractive surname for a slave knowing that emancipation and social striving were on the horizon.

    https://storymaps.arcgis.com/stories/aa4436c5ef3946c6aea6b910ed96016a

  213. @El Dato

    “Isn’t “creepy” an adjective extensively used by 16yo girls?

    Yes, whenever Joe Biden is around.

  214. @New Dealer

    To be fair, he shit down his leg on Covid and pissed down our necks on the election fraud.

  215. @Deckin

    One aspect that is especially clear is that Pennsylvania changed the election rules unconstitutionally, by the Secretary of State and the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. The Constitution clearly states that the rules of elections are to be determined by the state legislatures. There are no penumbras here. I’m not sure what the remedy would have been, at the least there should have been an audit to determine what the damage was.

    • Agree: Ron Mexico
  216. ATBOTL says:

    How much longer can people like Tucker complain that every other group is organized against normal white people without also saying that us normal white people should be organized ourselves. It’s getting ridiculous how Tucker keeps hitting these notes of alarm and then never getting around to the obvious solution. Colorblind conservatism is a zombie ideology that just won’t die. What will it take to make explicit white identity politics have a breakthrough?

  217. Dissident says:
    @Travis

    The only position required to be a democrat is being pro-choice.

    That is not entirely true (although it is essentially true for being a serious, viable Democrat candidate at any national level); see articles I cite below. Full, unquestioning support for the doctrinaire assertions and pernicious agenda of the “LGBTQ” lobby may be more of a required, litmus-test position for Democrats.

    Tulsi Gabbard, Democratic Presidential Candidate, Apologizes for Anti-Gay Past (The New York Times, January 17, 2019)

    Citations concerning anti-abortion Democrats below.

    [MORE]

    From The Washington Times, November 9th, 2020:
    Pro-life Democrats celebrate ‘huge’ wins in 81 state, local races as House ranks thin

    Democrats for Life of America announced that 81 of its 114 endorsed candidates in state and local races won on Election Day, calling it a “huge win for the pro-life movement,” even as the ranks of pro-life Democrats in the House thinned.
    […]
    Congress had 125 pro-life Democrats in 1978, according to DFLA, but only a handful today, although the exact number is subject to debate.

    Former Vice President Joseph R. Biden reversed his position on federal funding for abortion during the presidential campaign, saying he now supports overturning the Hyde Amendment,

    From National Review, March 2020:
    Farewell to the Pro-Life Democrats

    It is also out of step with most Democrats, only 18 percent of whom would allow third-trimester abortion. A full 30 percent of Democrats call themselves pro-life.

    Instead of being accommodated or reassured, these Democrats are explicitly told by the politicians seeking to represent them that their views have no place in their own party — a curious election strategy.

  218. Dissident says:
    @Not Only Wrathful

    Yeah it must be Ron, because Tucker Carlson spends ten thousand words trying to persuade himself and his audience that American Jews secretly made Covid and released it in China in order to allow them to eat babies more efficiently…

    Sadly, much of Mr. Unz’s audience hardly need much persuading in such a direction…

    Many also seem unaware of their beloved “righteous Jew”s record of ardent support for continued mass immigration.
    Summary Biography of Ron Unz

    [MORE]

    In 1994, he launched a surprise Republican primary challenge to incumbent Gov. Pete Wilson of California, running on a conservative, pro-immigrant platform against the prevailing political sentiment, and received 34% of the vote. Later that year, he campaigned as a leading opponent of Prop. 187, the anti-immigration initiative, and was a top featured speaker at a 70,000 person pro-immigrant march in Los Angeles, the largest political rally in California history to that date.

  219. Dissident says:
    @Icy Blast

    I don’t think Tucker is as smart and courageous as some obviously want to believe he is.

    LEAKED VIDEO: Tucker Carlson Triggered in Unaired Interview

    From the little I know of David Pakman, I would still, if forced to choose between him and Carlson, take Carlson. Nonetheless, Carlson’s conduct in the recording speaks for itself. And Pakman’s commentary on it seems basically correct.

  220. Muggles says:
    @Franz

    Interesting that the ‘truthorfiction’ website claiming to “fact check” the redpill claim called it “false” yet says nothing about what it says that.

    Their claim is based upon redpill’s origins and their claim that is is merely a “disinformation” site. Yet their own site seems to have sketchy origins.

    The Capitol cop ID might be wrong of course. But absent any “official” identification of who the murderer was how can they positively say this was false?

    They can say it is thus far unproven.

    But how long had it taken the media/government to ID law enforcement personnel who shot/killed either (black) perps for which riots were dedicated, or others who were shot? That seemed to happen instantly. Surely the feds know who the shooter is.

    We read propaganda about government ‘transparency” but it is very selectively applied. There is no excuse for delay.

    • Replies: @Franz
  221. vhrm says:
    @bomag

    Considering that fake Russian support had a cadre of leftists pissing their pants, imagine what real Russian support would do.

    Exactly.

    I mean I want general support for having an enlightened peaceful world, for dealing with human dysgenic fertility worldwide and for colonizing Mars.

    But financial support of white power groups by foreign states (like Communist Party of America type stuff once was)? Not so much.

  222. vhrm says:
    @ringo starr search

    OR, white men could, you know… not vote for the Dems so much?

    Donald Trump made gains among virtually every other demographic — Black men and women, Hispanics, Asian-Americans, and even white women. The one significant demographic in which his support cratered compared to 2016 was among white men, who make up more than one-third of the electorate. Biden made an impressive 11 percentage point gain among white, college-educated men and a 6 percentage point gain among white, non-college educated men, supposedly Trump’s core constituency.

    https://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2020/11/29/how-biden-needs-handle-his-new-voter-base-white-males-column/6347523002/

    This thing about revolution and general strikes and all sounds badass, but it’s hard, disruptive, unnecessary.

    It’s also counterproductive if there isn’t a political movement behind it. What would even be the demands of these general strikes?

    White men already have plenty of political power at the ballot box and in terms of political donations, connections etc.
    … if we/they can’t organize to decide upon and achieve their goals NOW, what would strikes etc improve?

    I.e. is not a matter of not having political power, it’s about deciding what to use it for.

  223. @Buzz Mohawk

    I buy a hard copy on Sundays to light fires with.

    I’d have to take a shower afterwards.

    • Replies: @JerseyJeffersonian
  224. Franz says:
    @Muggles

    how long had it taken the media/government to ID law enforcement personnel who shot/killed either (black) perps for which riots were dedicated, or others who were shot? That seemed to happen instantly.

    That’s what I was thinking.

    George Floyd was barely pronounced dead when the legal lynch mob was up and at it.

    If the courts and cities were REALLY being careful with this sensitive topic, and wanted no outside interference, it would be the same lengthy process all the time.

    Still, in Minneapolis immediate disclosure stirred the mob up. In D.C. they are being careful not to. This discrepancy is not healthy. Some white folk might get the idea that there’s some sort of double standard.

    It was not an accident of social media. The Capitol gunman was under no threat whatever, taking careful aim from a shielded position.

    An old maxim comes to mind: If you don’t want to be a suspect, don’t behave suspiciously.

  225. @anonymous

    Okay I confess, I am his new script writer. Like his opposite number Anderson Cooper, the bow-tie guy is seriously talented at reading off scripts to the camera and making it sound like he is sincere.

    But the fact is that he is just a stuffed shirt who needs to have words put into his mouth, and I and my team of experts have taken over this tiresome task. But we hope you all enjoy the entertainment that we provide so as to deliver your eyeballs to our commercial sponsors.

  226. Bill says:
    @Richard B

    Of course, this is happening, in part, because the teachers never learned the intellectual skills of rigorous thinking, consistent reasoning and cautious judgment. So their “ideas” go unanalyzed and uncriticized. This explains that irritating combination of confidence and stupidity.

    Are you sure they could be taught these things? I’m sure they could not.

  227. @Boy the way Glenn Miller played

    When at long last, I got my wife to agree that the Philadelphia Inquirer was now a white-hating POS, and something that we should no longer support through a subscription, I had already been hoarding old copies, laying in a stock for starting fires, or using on the floor to protect it when I pulled slider windows to wash them. I have lately found another use for them, laying them on the floor and over nearby furniture when spraying a floor plant with insecticidal soap to wipe out an infestation of whiteflies. I then used the same sheaf of papers to respray the plant, as I don’t want to advance the day when I must buy another paper for these sorts of purposes. I still cast an eye at the stories printed thereupon, and am yet again vindicated in my loathing for this paper.

    • LOL: vhrm
  228. Anonymous[718] • Disclaimer says:
    @Chrisnonymous

    It’s a mistake for public figures to retreat now, just as it’s a mistake for people like you to train your criticism on Trump and the riots.

    It is a mistake for people like you to refer to the protest at the Capitol as a “riot.” There was no looting, no arson. The people were unarmed and were there to demonstrate in favor of democracy.

    Even if that were not the case, you won’t see your opponents refer to the people on their side as “rioters.” Learn from their success. Try “mostly peaceful protesters.”

    Hawley’s troubles stem from his entirely legal and ethical legislative actions, which are mixed up in many people’s minds with the rioting, even though they shouldn’t be.

    Hawley’s problem is his lack of spine. Witness his immediate capitulation to the false narrative about George Floyd.

    He may still be able to grow one. Unlikely, but possible.

  229. Anonymous[718] • Disclaimer says:
    @anonymous

    Tucker can be shameless even in not trying to hide the blatant rip offs of Steve’s work. At 5:30 on August 31, Steve posted “Biden: You Gotta Nice Country Here, Americans. It Would be a Shame if Something Happened to It.” Three hours later on his show, Tucker says the exact same thing.

    What’s the issue with Tucker using Steve’s work? I would think Steve and his readers would be glad for Steve’s message to reach a wider audience.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
  230. @Anonymous

    I’ve never communicated with Tucker.

    If he reads my stuff and is influenced by me, I’m glad. If he figures it all out on his own, I’m also glad.

  231. Richard B says:
    @Steve Sailer

    Good one. Thanks Steve. Honored.

  232. Richard B says:
    @anonymous

    Tucker can be shameless even in not trying to hide the blatant rip offs of Steve’s work.

    Well, Tucker does have a mind of his own. So, I wouldn’t exactly put it that way. But, still, you’re point is well taken.

    Another way of looking at it would be to say that Tucker’s is as convinced as many of us are that Steve is simply the best living journalist and deserves a bigger audience. Like the kind Tucker has. And, of course, were Tucker to even tip his hat to Steve and give him credit where credit’s due, it’d be curtains for him. So…….

    In any event, to repeat what I said in a previous comment here, I’m just glad we have them both. Always was. But especially now. Of course, a dream scenario would be some freedom of speech loving billionaire starts their own network and hires them both.

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