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S ometimes I think that the only thing holding back the American Color Revolution is that the Coalition of the Fringes can’t agree over what color it should be.

Pink?

But perhaps the AntiFa Black Bloc who would be asked to do the Kiev Maidan-style fighting aren’t terribly inspired by pink?

An extra-Constitutional putsch requires manly muscle.

So maybe the AntiFas would like black better?

Or red?

Pink is a a little girly for the AntiFa bully boys we saw beating dissidents in Berkeley last night.

And #BlackLiesMatter could hardly consent to white women imposing pink.

Similarly, ISIS, which is such an inspiration to the Berkeley bullies, go for black and white rather than womanish pink.

White is, of course, out, so black it is.

But how do black and pink get along?

‘Tiz a puzzlement.

I imagine George Soro is giving this question much thought at the moment.

Why can’t all we Social Justice Warriors speak Esperanto and just get along?

Update: I’ve found a South Korean-Thai pop girl group named Black Pink!

So perhaps this color problem is less intractable than it might seem.

 
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  1. Eat your hat

  2. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    Given that (a) “muscle” in Kiev in 2013-2014 was provided by greying Afghan war veterans and right-wing extremists, in addition to common citizens such as yours humbly, and (b) rainbow coalition of the fringes and Soros’ people had little to no presence whatsoever, I am inclined to return the analogy and ask for a refund. Or make it specific that you refer to 2004.

    • Agree: AP
    • Replies: @Lugash
    Care to share your Maidan protest experiences with us?
  3. Pink is the new black.

    • Replies: @TheJester
    Regardless of the color, Netflix, please spare us a sequel to "Orange is the New Black" ...
  4. Girl power is too nice-issitic.

    Black Bloc… what a funny idea. It’s anti-fascist, but don’t they know the Fascists were Black Shirts?

    If Antifa morons keep this up, they’ll just be the ISIS of America.
    But I suppose it is properly nasty-ssistic to spread terror.

    • Replies: @guest
    That was the Italian version. Commies (my term for anti-fascists/"anarchists") nowadays only care about the German variety, which was Brown. Plus, black is a sacred color to them, because that's what covers Black Bodies. (Actually, they're mostly brown, too, but nevermind.)
    , @Alec Leamas

    Black Bloc… what a funny idea. It’s anti-fascist, but don’t they know the Fascists were Black Shirts?
     
    They're getting close to approximating Motorcycle Gang symbolism (I saw some Antifa style patches last night), so with any luck they'll unwittingly run afoul of their local 1%er OMCs and get the violence that they're claiming to seek but for which they're woefully unprepared. Some of those guys just like a good gang fight to chase away boredom.
  5. A band associated with antifa.

    These are soul-damaged people.

    https://www.facebook.com/pinkmassnj/

  6. From what I’ve seen so far, I’m thinking ‘Bavarian Brown’ is the best fit with the behaviour demonstrated.

    We’ll know they’ve succeeded when Hugo Boss is designing Antifa’s street wear.

  7. Smartass Sailer with more sarcasm.

    The time for jokes is over. We must permanently and completely remove the left from power by any means necassary. Idiot Trump is more concerned with pointless-to-harmful actiins like the travel ban than cleaning up the country of the violent criminals known as leftists.

    • Agree: Jack Hanson
    • Troll: IHTG
    • Replies: @Jack Hanson
    Hit the wrong button. You're half right in that Steve being twee about this civil conflict will be all fun and games for him until some Antifa tweets out his address.

    As for the rest, you're being typically Andrew. Glad to see being wrong throughout the election didn't make you reflect at all, buddy.
    , @Anon
    They are not the Left. These clowns have no ideology or vision. They are just anarcho-nihilists with deviant tendencies who seek opportunities to smash stuff. They are the American ISIS.

    We now have the real leftist themes in our concern for workers.

    We have rightism(nationalism and security) and leftism(pro-worker policies).
    Antifa are just deviant nuts who pretend to have a cause but just like to play politics as sports cuz they didn't make it on the sports team.
    , @Dissident
    1.) Just how would you propose that President Trump go about, "cleaning up the country of the violent criminals known as leftists"? Any specific ideas?

    2.) Re: the "travel ban": Why is it "pointless"? And in what way do you fear it may be "harmful"?
  8. Antifa = skinny white boys behind masks. They can’t revolutions against anyone who’s actually ready to confront them physically.

    Most subversion in the western world is social, with culture and words. The left knows the right is not good at fighting cultural wars, especially not when the enemy is internal.

    • Replies: @Daniel Chieh
    The right is largely suppressed from organizing, and thus cannot have the benefit of coordination. I believe that many of us are realizing this, however, and learning to compensate. There's no reason why we should just allow ourselves to be wiped out without resistance.
    , @jimmyriddle
    From my experience of "street politics" in England in the early '80s:

    Actual Commies ie Tankies were often working class and could handle themselves.

    Trotskyites were mostly sociology lecturer types (the SWP groupiscule was a bit of an exception) ie useless.

    The skinhead nazi types were too drunk and too stupid to be very dangerous.

    By far the most dangerous were animal rights nutters.

    This was, of course, before our snackbarring friends arrived on the scene.
    , @Rod1963
    Don't forget the court system which the Left always uses to beat down people, companies and laws they don't like. Nor it's legal bully boys like the CAIR, SPLC, ACLU and ADL.

    The legal bullying has gotten them a lot of victories ranging from ruining the Boy and Girl Scouts, mainstreaming full blown mentally retarded into regular classrooms, gutting public expressions of Christianity, forcing schools to allow boys to use the girls bathroom, or simply extorting tens of millions of dollars out of various corporations in the name of "ethnic diversity".

    A lot of this is the fault of conservatives who put all their efforts into electing worthless representatives who repeatedly betray them. Yes there are some single issue groups like the NRA but it's not the same as having a group that protects mainstream conservative Americans.
    , @Buffalo Joe
    Jason, I would think that the new DOJ should investigate to see if these new "protesters" are organized and cross state lines to promote violence and then search out their financial backers through a RICO investigation. I would love to see the money trail lead to the Clintons and their backers or better yet Obama's crew.
  9. The first Maidan was branded “the orange revolution”. The second one was just “the Maidan”, without a color. Soros and co. are flexible with naming. There’s already been a “rose revolution”, as in the color of roses, i.e. pink. That was in the country of Georgia.

    I imagine that in America Soros’s goal would be to provoke a crackdown and then to impeach for it. He’d be OK with Pence.

    If a real crackdown doesn’t materialize, they can stage a false flag one. The way to fight color revs is to get the opposing media message out.

    • Replies: @Romanian
    The designated color for the US revolution is purple. Fitting, seeing how it is an imperial color.

    http://www.strategic-culture.org/news/2016/11/11/clintons-and-soros-launch-america-purple-revolution.html
  10. I would rather strongly prefer a white counter-revolution.

  11. The real revolution that’s taken place in America is on our side and it started on the night of November 8, 2016. Its color is Orange — the color of our man’s hair.

    • Replies: @dearieme
    And his face. Still, the fascist counter-revolution now underway must therefore be black rather than pink. Sanders was pink.
    , @Matthew Kelly
    You mean "face" (not "hair"), correct? I can't help but think of Glenn Beck's Cheetos stunt.

    Anyway, I agree with a lot of what The Saker wrote in his recent article that TPTB are busy fomenting their own counter-color revolution here in the US. My guess is they won't pick a color; they'll let each fringey element have their own. Fog of war and all.
    , @dr kill
    I smell an exceptional opportunity for a remake of 'Clockwork Orange', my little droogies. Lots and lots of bashing about.
  12. purple ,it was decided months ago by clinton – soros

  13. Those three Korean chicks on the left look really Caucasian to me. I can’t tell how much of that is surgical or how much is natural.

    • Replies: @roelm
    It's probably the makeup and the hair coloring. The leftmost member in the picture is Thai. The three Korean members look quite East Asian in this picture https://0.soompi.io/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/28181615/Black-Pink-3.png and in this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9pdj4iJD08s
  14. It may be black on the outside but it is all pink on the inside.

    • LOL: Autochthon
  15. There’s the excellent Stendhal novel, “The Red and the Black.” Ergo, “The Pink and the Black Revolution,” isn’t unthinkable.

  16. It’s actually very easy for the police to prevent violence like this. Barricades to separate sides, but give both public space strictly enforced, arrest immediately for violation.

    The police in Berkely are choosing to allow this.

    • Agree: Jim Don Bob
    • Replies: @anon
    yes - senior officers anyway
  17. holy sh**, the Russian-language WP article on the Black Bloc is cucked. Reads like a promo.

  18. anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    Besides a color theme these campaigns of subversion also incorporate key words that are repeated over and over again as slogans. The current most popular one is the word ‘hate’, as in ‘Love Trumps Hate’ or ‘Hate Has No Place Here’, etc etc. One local grammar school has put some posters up saying ‘hate’ has no place there repeated in various languages. Gee, I wonder what they’re trying to imply. Would they be up if Clinton had won? If someone isn’t enthusiastic about something then the mob denounces them as being filled with ‘hate’ or suffering from a ‘phobia’ as in ‘homophobia’. It’s like an advertising theme worked out in some meeting. These anti-hate Red Guard types are certainly crazed with hate though, you can really see that.

  19. Those three Korean chicks on the left look really Caucasian to me.

    Didn’t you get the memo, bub? Koreans are white!

  20. I think black is the color worn by the secret police who are trying to discredit the protests. The secret police creating the protests wear pink.

  21. Don’t forget green. Both environmentalist and Islamic kind.

  22. @International Jew
    The real revolution that's taken place in America is on our side and it started on the night of November 8, 2016. Its color is Orange — the color of our man's hair.

    And his face. Still, the fascist counter-revolution now underway must therefore be black rather than pink. Sanders was pink.

  23. @Glossy
    The first Maidan was branded "the orange revolution". The second one was just "the Maidan", without a color. Soros and co. are flexible with naming. There's already been a "rose revolution", as in the color of roses, i.e. pink. That was in the country of Georgia.

    I imagine that in America Soros's goal would be to provoke a crackdown and then to impeach for it. He'd be OK with Pence.

    If a real crackdown doesn't materialize, they can stage a false flag one. The way to fight color revs is to get the opposing media message out.

    The designated color for the US revolution is purple. Fitting, seeing how it is an imperial color.

    http://www.strategic-culture.org/news/2016/11/11/clintons-and-soros-launch-america-purple-revolution.html

  24. I don’t like Milo, but Trump should really do a joint rally with Milo, on Berkely’s campus. He should frame it purely as “free speech”, not an endorsement of Milo. And he should explicitly dare the antifa to come test the U.S. Secret Service.

    • Replies: @Dissident

    He [President Trump] should frame it purely as “free speech”, not an endorsement of Milo.
     
    That is precisely how Noam Chomsky framed the controversial endorsement he made decades ago of a book by Robert Faurisson, a French denier of the Nazi genocide. Professor Chomsky, who actually wrote a foreword to Faurisson's work, insisted that in doing so, he (Chomsky) was only taking a principled stand for freedom of speech/ freedom of the press and was in no way endorsing or sanctioning Faurisson's views. Chomsky is widely quoted as saying that it is precisely for speech that is unpopular and deemed hateful that protections for freedom of speech are necessary; for no one, argues Chomsky, objects to the expression of views that they find agreeable.

    I wonder if we will see the seasoned leftist intellectual icon take a principled stand-- on the very same grounds-- in defense of the rights of Milo Yiannopoulos, to speak, and the right of the students who invited him to speak. And, also, against the serious violence that has been perpetrated by the "protesters".

    , @mobi

    I don’t like Milo, but Trump should really do a joint rally with Milo, on Berkely’s campus. He should frame it purely as “free speech”, not an endorsement of Milo. And he should explicitly dare the antifa to come test the U.S. Secret Service.
     
    Trump's in exceptional physical danger. I'll be very surprised if there aren't multiple attempts.

    Though the antifas may be harmless directly (anyone can get lucky, mind you), they're more dangerous indirectly - namely as very visible patsies for much more dangerous forces to hide their involvement behind.

    I wouldn't tempt fate any more than absolutely necessary. There are so many bigger fish still unfried.

  25. @Anon
    Girl power is too nice-issitic.

    Black Bloc... what a funny idea. It's anti-fascist, but don't they know the Fascists were Black Shirts?

    If Antifa morons keep this up, they'll just be the ISIS of America.
    But I suppose it is properly nasty-ssistic to spread terror.

    That was the Italian version. Commies (my term for anti-fascists/”anarchists”) nowadays only care about the German variety, which was Brown. Plus, black is a sacred color to them, because that’s what covers Black Bodies. (Actually, they’re mostly brown, too, but nevermind.)

  26. @Seamus Padraig
    Pink is the new black.

    Regardless of the color, Netflix, please spare us a sequel to “Orange is the New Black” …

    • Agree: Seamus Padraig
  27. A Black-Pink news article.

    A short item from the BBC on theater, the Afro-Swedish community and Sweden’s colonial past.

    http://www.bbc.com/news/entertainment-arts-38809677

  28. Pink and black was big in the Elvis era. Jailhouse Rock might make a good anthem.

    https://goo.gl/pkWJL9

  29. @Jason Liu
    Antifa = skinny white boys behind masks. They can't revolutions against anyone who's actually ready to confront them physically.

    Most subversion in the western world is social, with culture and words. The left knows the right is not good at fighting cultural wars, especially not when the enemy is internal.

    The right is largely suppressed from organizing, and thus cannot have the benefit of coordination. I believe that many of us are realizing this, however, and learning to compensate. There’s no reason why we should just allow ourselves to be wiped out without resistance.

  30. Slightly OT but Sarah Silverman is calling for a military coup on Twitter. Reading leftist outrage on twitter since the election was first hilarious, then infuriating, now just sad.

  31. How’s that Arab Spring working out for ya, Obama?

    And how’s that “if we just play nice with Lefties, we can beat them using free speech” mantra working out for you, cucks?

  32. These rowdy, randy, violent, entitled football-playing thugs on college campuses are out of control I tell you!

    https://www.yahoo.com/news/m/513aad1d-0c99-3476-b7d0-4882cc72120c/ss_ex-football-player-accused-in.html

    • Replies: @fish
    When does his protest start? I really need to pick up a few things from a burned out CVS!
  33. update: I’ve found a South Korean-Thai pop girl group named Black Pink!

    Presumably Seoul singers…

  34. Look at any pop music (((vid))). Colors are black for men & blonde for women.

    • Replies: @Jefferson
    "Look at any pop music (((vid))). Colors are black for men & blonde for women."

    You obviously live in a cave and extremely out of touch. This what a typical average rap video looks like. Do you see any blonde Nordic Aryan Goddesses shaking their asses?
    https://youtu.be/T4W8hdegL3g
  35. What about brown? Brown is more inclusive, since it also includes illegals from Central America and Muslim migrants. I’ve also seen a lot of anti-Trumpers wearing “Make America Brown Again” t-shirts and hats. And the left is always talking about the “Browning of America.”

  36. @Jason Liu
    Antifa = skinny white boys behind masks. They can't revolutions against anyone who's actually ready to confront them physically.

    Most subversion in the western world is social, with culture and words. The left knows the right is not good at fighting cultural wars, especially not when the enemy is internal.

    From my experience of “street politics” in England in the early ’80s:

    Actual Commies ie Tankies were often working class and could handle themselves.

    Trotskyites were mostly sociology lecturer types (the SWP groupiscule was a bit of an exception) ie useless.

    The skinhead nazi types were too drunk and too stupid to be very dangerous.

    By far the most dangerous were animal rights nutters.

    This was, of course, before our snackbarring friends arrived on the scene.

  37. I’m actually kind of surprised they haven’t completely imploded by this point already.

    I’ve said more than once that things will lurch back to normal one way or another. I’m hopeful that the Trump presidency will give us a chance to do it without mass violence.

  38. Much ado about nothing.

    As long as the clown brigade burns Blue Counties, they’re just engaging in a circle-jerk.

    Should they attempt to actually move it to Red Counties, there will be but one color flowing in the streets.

    I guess my Clinton-voting fellow citizens think someone in the neighborhood wearing a mask is a political statement. Where I live, a man wearing a mask will have but seconds between being noticed by a local and choosing from among

    Door Number 1: running away
    Door Number 2: pulling off the mask and raising his hands.
    Door Number 3: suffering an acute and likely fatal case of lead poisoning.

    This is not hyperbole. There’s been a nearby rash of armed robberies by Diversotopians of late, and the wearing of a mask is common. The proper response to an imminent armed robbery is obvious.

    • Replies: @Frau Katze
    I think you've got a good point there. They can only get away with rioting, etc in left wing areas.

    I was mentioning to my sister (we're Canadians) that if any country will fight against the toxic left it's the US because so many of them are armed.
  39. Call it “Gentile Spring”

  40. American color revolutions – th0ugh hoped for wherever the bat cave George Soros dangles from the ceiling – won’t be happening. Don’t have the cadres, regardless media oversell.

  41. [Going off on a tangent]

    When did normal men and even “alphas” start wearing pink and purple?

    Both President Trump as well as at least one of his adult sons have appeared wearing ties that were pink and/or purple. (In the case of at least one of the sons, I cannot rule-out the possibility that I even saw him in a pink or purple shirt.)

    Ron Paul, in his recent interview with InfoWars quack Alex Jones, was wearing a pink shirt.

    Lest anyone assume or suspect otherwise, let me say that I neither embrace nor exemplify any kind of machismo ideal. Far from it. I will also note that I suspect that I am considerably younger than most people would imagine someone expressing such thoughts to be. Perhaps I just wasn’t paying close enough attention until recently, I don’t know. But what can I say? To see normal (i.e, unambiguously “cis-gender” and heterosexual by all indications) men wearing colors that I always associated with femininity and male homosexuality is odd to me.

    (Of course it goes without saying that such thoughts are yet further proof — as if any more were needed– of just how deplorably “homophobic”, “transphobic” and “cis-hetero-normative-centric”, etc., etc. I am.)

    [Following from the tangent, to a topic completely removed from that of Mr. Sailer’s post:]

    Also, speaking of the President and his sons, something I should have asked in one of the inauguration threads but missed my chance:

    For anyone who watched the President’s youngest son, Barron, at all during the inauguration: Do you think the boy was trying to emulate his father’s signature facial expressions (those distinct grins and grimaces)?

    • Replies: @grapesoda
    I'd assume just because they are in touch with the times and the times they is tending towards female supremacy. No man exists independently of his own epoch and place.

    Also, one needs to know when to pick one's battles. That is Strategy 101. Notice Trump went along with the Gay issue. Because NO ONE CARES. It was the Left who tried to make it into an issue. Likewise, he let Ivanka spout some feminist crap about equal pay. Trump is extremely reactionary about extremely core issues, but very lax and liberal about others. It's been a long time since anyone has ever seen a political strategist like God Emperor Trump. Up until now they've been mostly playing along Red/Blue constituency lines.

    , @Lot
    Light pink has always been a standard color dress shirt to wear with a business suit (the other two acceptable solid colors are white and light blue).

    I'd say a conservative dress shirt rotation would be 6 white, 3 blue, one pink.

    Black guys can wear light yellow.
    , @PiltdownMan
    I recall that wearing a pink shirt was very much an Alpha male kind of clothing choice on Wall Street and Main Street corporate America even four decades ago. It was only IBM guys who wore white every day. Pink shirts have been a standard item at Brooks Brothers and similar American clothiers for several decades.
    , @PiltdownMan
    Young sons tend to model themselves on their fathers, especially if the father is an alpha. This is as old as humankind and normal, and may well be instinctive in our species.

    Not for nothing did the phrase "chip off the old block" arise.

    , @Truth

    When did normal men and even “alphas” start wearing pink and purple?
     
    I would guess around the civil war.

    I http://www.thescavenger.net/feminism-a-pop-culture-sp-9560/feminism-a-pop-culture/128-how-the-colour-pink-lost-its-masculinity.html

    http://www.npr.org/2014/04/01/297159948/girls-are-taught-to-think-pink-but-that-wasnt-always-so

    Pink used to be identified with Mars, ultra masculine, blue with Venus, the opposite.
    At some point your slavemasters decided to reverse this, well, probably, just because they own you, and they can do what they want.
    , @Dissident
    Thanks to all who replied to this (and all who may yet still).
  42. @Anon
    Girl power is too nice-issitic.

    Black Bloc... what a funny idea. It's anti-fascist, but don't they know the Fascists were Black Shirts?

    If Antifa morons keep this up, they'll just be the ISIS of America.
    But I suppose it is properly nasty-ssistic to spread terror.

    Black Bloc… what a funny idea. It’s anti-fascist, but don’t they know the Fascists were Black Shirts?

    They’re getting close to approximating Motorcycle Gang symbolism (I saw some Antifa style patches last night), so with any luck they’ll unwittingly run afoul of their local 1%er OMCs and get the violence that they’re claiming to seek but for which they’re woefully unprepared. Some of those guys just like a good gang fight to chase away boredom.

    • Replies: @Sid
    While we may like to make fun of fat, blue-haired SJWs and male feminists, on the West Coast there is a certain percentage of left-wingers who come from working class backgrounds, are die-hard socialists, and might've been better-behaved Trump supporters had they grown up in Ohio or even Maine.

    They're definitely not as violent as black thugs or Muslim rioters, but they do make up a huge percentage of the drug trade, have no compunctions about stealing property, and are willing to get violent once they think their foes are fascist-capitalists. A lot of punks today fall into this social class.

    No one enjoys feeling like a loser. They try to feel better about themselves by looking down on conservatives. They are ardent atheists and anti-racists. They genuinely believe in the nonsense about transgenderism, and they're fond of Communist movements.

    If you're a rightist in a blue state, particularly on the West Coast, it's a good idea to go to conservative/pro-Trump events with some of your friends, preferably guys who've done Starting Strength and believe in the Second Amendment, and best of all real war vets. The kind of guys who dress up in black for antifa events and hit middle aged men are jackals who won't take on real tough guys.

    As we've seen over the past year, the left is willing to use street violence to silence us. But they've only attacked people who aren't ready for war. We need to be ready to strike back.
  43. @Jason Liu
    Antifa = skinny white boys behind masks. They can't revolutions against anyone who's actually ready to confront them physically.

    Most subversion in the western world is social, with culture and words. The left knows the right is not good at fighting cultural wars, especially not when the enemy is internal.

    Don’t forget the court system which the Left always uses to beat down people, companies and laws they don’t like. Nor it’s legal bully boys like the CAIR, SPLC, ACLU and ADL.

    The legal bullying has gotten them a lot of victories ranging from ruining the Boy and Girl Scouts, mainstreaming full blown mentally retarded into regular classrooms, gutting public expressions of Christianity, forcing schools to allow boys to use the girls bathroom, or simply extorting tens of millions of dollars out of various corporations in the name of “ethnic diversity”.

    A lot of this is the fault of conservatives who put all their efforts into electing worthless representatives who repeatedly betray them. Yes there are some single issue groups like the NRA but it’s not the same as having a group that protects mainstream conservative Americans.

  44. The revolutionaries see their mob as comprising every color,

    But all colors together make white.

    This paradoxical fact is driving their Coalition of the Fringes crazy with cognitive dissonance.

    White is the answer, but they cannot accept it.

  45. deep dark rouge.

  46. Trump’s answer to Berkeley violence:

    Of course it’s going to be called “fascist” for Trump to suggest this — and by the same people who think it’s fine to threaten removal of federal funds over imaginary Title IX violations because those accused of sexual harassment or “assault” on college campuses might be treated as innocent until proven guilty.

    Trump may finally get the attention of college administrators who think there are no consequences to be paid for the endless indulging of their violent snowflakes.

    • Replies: @grapesoda
    Holy S*** ma man Trump laying down the fuckin LAW!!!

    Just continually amazed that we could have a President in this day and age with such fortitude.
  47. Anonymous [AKA "Just observing"] says:

    When will these rioters be prosecuted?

  48. @AndrewR
    Smartass Sailer with more sarcasm.

    The time for jokes is over. We must permanently and completely remove the left from power by any means necassary. Idiot Trump is more concerned with pointless-to-harmful actiins like the travel ban than cleaning up the country of the violent criminals known as leftists.

    Hit the wrong button. You’re half right in that Steve being twee about this civil conflict will be all fun and games for him until some Antifa tweets out his address.

    As for the rest, you’re being typically Andrew. Glad to see being wrong throughout the election didn’t make you reflect at all, buddy.

  49. Globallnacht or Liberallnacht at Berkeley.

  50. @International Jew
    The real revolution that's taken place in America is on our side and it started on the night of November 8, 2016. Its color is Orange — the color of our man's hair.

    You mean “face” (not “hair”), correct? I can’t help but think of Glenn Beck’s Cheetos stunt.

    Anyway, I agree with a lot of what The Saker wrote in his recent article that TPTB are busy fomenting their own counter-color revolution here in the US. My guess is they won’t pick a color; they’ll let each fringey element have their own. Fog of war and all.

  51. Anon • Disclaimer says:
    @AndrewR
    Smartass Sailer with more sarcasm.

    The time for jokes is over. We must permanently and completely remove the left from power by any means necassary. Idiot Trump is more concerned with pointless-to-harmful actiins like the travel ban than cleaning up the country of the violent criminals known as leftists.

    They are not the Left. These clowns have no ideology or vision. They are just anarcho-nihilists with deviant tendencies who seek opportunities to smash stuff. They are the American ISIS.

    We now have the real leftist themes in our concern for workers.

    We have rightism(nationalism and security) and leftism(pro-worker policies).
    Antifa are just deviant nuts who pretend to have a cause but just like to play politics as sports cuz they didn’t make it on the sports team.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    The Left is either silent or outright endorsing this punch-anyone-I-call-a-Nazi violence. Find me one prominent liberal speaking out against it.
    , @Jefferson
    "They are not the Left. These clowns have no ideology or vision. They are just anarcho-nihilists with deviant tendencies who seek opportunities to smash stuff. They are the American ISIS.

    We now have the real leftist themes in our concern for workers.

    We have rightism(nationalism and security) and leftism(pro-worker policies).
    Antifa are just deviant nuts who pretend to have a cause but just like to play politics as sports cuz they didn’t make it on the sports team."

    You are 100 percent wrong. These thugs are 100 percent aligned with the political Left. There is no way in hell they would be violently rioting if it was Kim Jong Un for example who was scheduled to speak in Berkeley instead of Milo Yiannopoulos.

    , @anon
    antifa are SJWs who like violence - they are absolutely part of the identity politics Left and the tip of the current political left's spear which is why they are tolerated and protected by the media and academia
    , @dfordoom

    They are not the Left. These clowns have no ideology or vision.
     
    True, but the globalists who bankroll these losers certainly have a vision. And it's a vision as far removed from leftism as could possibly be imagined.

    We now have the real leftist themes in our concern for workers.
     
    Trump is the only American political candidate in recent memory with an actual awareness of class conflict.
  52. @Alec Leamas

    Black Bloc… what a funny idea. It’s anti-fascist, but don’t they know the Fascists were Black Shirts?
     
    They're getting close to approximating Motorcycle Gang symbolism (I saw some Antifa style patches last night), so with any luck they'll unwittingly run afoul of their local 1%er OMCs and get the violence that they're claiming to seek but for which they're woefully unprepared. Some of those guys just like a good gang fight to chase away boredom.

    While we may like to make fun of fat, blue-haired SJWs and male feminists, on the West Coast there is a certain percentage of left-wingers who come from working class backgrounds, are die-hard socialists, and might’ve been better-behaved Trump supporters had they grown up in Ohio or even Maine.

    They’re definitely not as violent as black thugs or Muslim rioters, but they do make up a huge percentage of the drug trade, have no compunctions about stealing property, and are willing to get violent once they think their foes are fascist-capitalists. A lot of punks today fall into this social class.

    No one enjoys feeling like a loser. They try to feel better about themselves by looking down on conservatives. They are ardent atheists and anti-racists. They genuinely believe in the nonsense about transgenderism, and they’re fond of Communist movements.

    If you’re a rightist in a blue state, particularly on the West Coast, it’s a good idea to go to conservative/pro-Trump events with some of your friends, preferably guys who’ve done Starting Strength and believe in the Second Amendment, and best of all real war vets. The kind of guys who dress up in black for antifa events and hit middle aged men are jackals who won’t take on real tough guys.

    As we’ve seen over the past year, the left is willing to use street violence to silence us. But they’ve only attacked people who aren’t ready for war. We need to be ready to strike back.

  53. Blackpink. Definitely. Make a whistle like a missle. Bomb. Bomb.

  54. anon • Disclaimer says:

    Trump has guts; Pissing off OZ would have been unthinkable with normal politicians. He wants to fearlessly disentangle from the past; I see a 1776 spirit.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2017/02/02/us/politics/us-australia-trump-turnbull.html

    Europeans know the free lunch is over:

    http://www.cbsnews.com/news/european-union-donald-tusk-donald-trump-threat-eu-future-highly-unpredictable/

    Quite a few titanium cojones he has got to pick on Mexico, China, EU, Australia, Muslims etc. all at once. It is looking like U.S. and Russia vs. Rest of the world. This will be interesting.

    • Replies: @Anon
    "Europeans know the free lunch is over"

    People sure like free stuff.

    WWII is distant memory. Cold War is over and USSR is gone.

    Europe can grow independent and grow up. Besides, Russia is no threat. If there's a threat, it's from mass invasion. Also, as long as the US has hegemony over Europe, there won't be true independence.

    Russia withdrew from Eastern Europe. It is time for US to withdraw from Western Europe.

    But the US, unlike Russia, has limitless resources and has been feeding these whores pretty well. So, these European elites have grown accustomed to sucking on the American Teat. So pathetic.
    Trump tells them, "Be more independent, be more free, be more sovereign", and they whine, "But I wanna be with you guys." They are like the kid in SIXTEEN CANDLES who wants to cling to his parents. Europeans have become like basement dwellers of the US empire.

    https://getyarn.io/yarn-clip/8c43f1c7-f4ad-4c7f-b3cc-73afad48e647

    The problem for Europe is the lack of Will, especially in Germany. Germany should be the leader of Europe because of its population and industry.



    But because of WWI and esp WWII, Germans have become lacking in the Will thing. They still have industry but no will to lead or define the culture and values of Europe. Skill but no Will. For a long time, when German peoples were fractured, France was the dominant power. But once Germany united, it was bound to dominate. More people, strong work ethic, greater will, more masculine culture. Also, Germany is geographically at the center of Europe between Western Europe and Eastern Europe and between Northern Europe and Southern Europe. Things would have been different if Germany had won WWI. Maybe better for Europe in the long run. But it lost and then made a total mess of Europe with WWII, especially when it gambled all and attacked Russia.

    Germans have the biggest economy in Europe but no pride, no will, no confidence. Other European nations prefer US dominance because they fear that if the US goes, Germany might become a resurgent power since SOME nation has to be the true leader of Europe, and only Germans can do it. Because WWII narrative have become so entrenched in the EU narrative, German power is still dreaded. Also, Germany was smashed in WWII but soon recovered and was the leading economic power in Europe once more. So, Europeans feel that the only part of German Will that should be awakened is the economic. But when it comes to national will and political will, it's better to keep Germany as a servant of the US. But then, Germans are afraid of their own shadow. If Jews see Nazis everywhere, Germans see a closet Nazi within their own hearts. They are like post-alcoholics who fear even one little drinky cuz they might become drunken lunatics once again. They fear they are like the Jack Nicholson character in
    THE SHINING. He went dry but wants a drink... and then the Faustian pact with the Devil begins all over again.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HJVVGzEbJC0

    Europe has a mighty economic power in Germany, but there is the Vacuum of Will in the most important nation in Europe. Such lack of Will means lack of agency and lack of confidence. It means lack of ability to understand Germany's true responsibility and destiny. Any sane German could see that the main problem facing Germany is low birthrates and mass invasion. But Germans lack the will to see the real dangers. They are afraid of their own thoughts based on self-interest since such might be 'Nazi'. So, they rely on the narrative and advice of others, especially Jews who've been collectively anointed by Holocaust Narrative. But too many Jews are merely in revenge mode even while pretending to care. This revenge feeling among Jews is understandable given the Holocaust, but we need to be honest about its nature. Jews are NOT looking out for the best interest of Germans. Germans have to wake up and realize the truth for themselves. A nation that outsources narrative, agency, and advice to others is a dead nations. Russia did that in the 90s, and what happened?
    Because Germany relies on the US narrative(and since US dominated by Jews who, though a minority, have majority power in elite institutions), the advice that Germany has been getting is RUSSIA IS THE BIG DANGER and MASS MIGRATION FROM AFRICA AND MIDDLE EAST IS A BLESSING.
    Germany fears a fantastical bogeyman while welcoming real rapists, murderers, and barbarian hordes. Sarrazin did show sanity and agency when he wrote GERMAN ABOLISHES ITSELF, but the globalist advice was HE IS NEW NAZI, FIRE HIM, AND BLACKLIST HIM. Meanwhile, Merkel who invites invasion into Germany is hailed by TIME and other rags that are now totally the property of the GLOB.

    On the positive side, the lack of German Will that brought upon migrant crisis has led to the weakening of EU and the resurgence of nationalism. If European nations cannot look up to Germany as a sane and responsible leader/defender of Germany --- and when the US is telling Europeans to welcome invasion --- , nationalism is the only way to go. (Paradoxically, the German lack of Will has become a kind of Anti-Will as powerful as the Will. Germans fear the Will since they figure Will can lead to Will to Power and then to Will to War. So, Germans must suppress their Will to Victory. But in their zealous suppression of the Will, they have developed a Will to Destruction. Anti-Will becomes a new kind of Will. Sarrazin's book title suggests as much. I mean what nation abolishes itself? It takes a certain will to invite destruction. So, the German lack of agency to save itself have become an agency to abolish itself. It is in Gotterdammerung mode. It's like when Hitler figured he couldn't conquer the world and gain victory, he told Speer to destroy Germany itself. Abolish it as punishment for having failed him. A willed attack on the Will. So, there are strange parallels between Hitler and Merkel. Hitler imposed his national will on other nations. And Merkel, in her crazed anti-will, tries to impose German self-abolishment as the model for other nations too. "If we go down, you Hungarians and Poles must go down with us. Embrace invasion!!")

    But it wasn't always like this. During the Cold War, the US didn't object to Germany's blood-criteria for citizenship. Also, the US didn't tell Europeans to welcome invasion back then. And even though Germany was repentant about WWII, most Europeans buried the hatchet and looked to Germany as a positive model. And Germany, France, and UK --- the three major powers of Europe --- had more agency and sovereignty back then. Also, the role of US was to defend Western Europe from the USSR.
    But something terrible happened. When communism fell, the West could have given good sound advice to Russia. But globalists just used it to loot the country and turn Russia from the West. And decadence, once a mere facet of capitalism, became the norm in the West, especially with the rise of homomania. And neo-savagery spread through rap culture and Negromania whereupon even European nations decided to Africanize their sports and sex culture. Also, the rise of finance as the main US industry led to all kinds of nasty behavior around the world, not least by crooks like Soros and Madoff.
    The rise of PC castrated European men and rise of feminism mixed with trash culture turned women into a bunch of whores. Amnesia Rays from TV culture turned Europeans into ahistorical morons. In earlier times, Europe was known as a book culture, but over time, it became just another Amerika. The excessive decadence of the European Left since May 68 led to collapse of meaningful intellectual discourse. If the European Right lost legitimacy after WWII, the European left lost relevance after it adopted either radical nutjob agendas(like Maoism) or fetish for theories that had nothing to do with reality. Has anyone made sense of Derrida yet?
    In time, the only things left were narcissism, greed, vanity, PC cult of slogans as truths, hedonism, and globalist power(dominated by US).

    EU was supposed to make Europe like the United States. Such notion suggests how Europeans came to model themselves on America. While American progs were saying how wonderful Europe is -- with its social democratic policies -- and how America should aspire to be more like Europe, Europeans were thinking the opposite and trying to make themselves more like the US. So, turn European nations into something like American states. Increase diversity so that EU can have 'cool' blacks like the US. Also, EU would prove that they can do it right! If US brought blacks as slaves and mistreated them, which accounts for black problems in the US, the EU would welcome the negroes and treat them nice and turn them into black Europeans. The result is predictable. Same problems over there. In the end, US didn't become like EU, and EU didn't become like the US. They both merged into the GLOB empire whose agenda was to weaken both European and American sovereignty.
    While it's true that America has power over EU, the fact is most Americans don't have sovereignty over themselves. US is controlled by the GLOB, and EU is controlled by the US. So, both are under GLOB rule.

    I suspect that part of the reason why the American gentile elites love to lord over EU(and other foreign nations) is that they've been reduced in size in the US. If you're a white gentile elite member in the US military or some institution, you must always be in defensive, apologetic, and sorryass cucky mode. You must feel as a moral inferior to Jews, blacks, homos, immigrants, feminists, and even illegal invaders and trannies.
    White gentiles are not allowed Will and Agency of power within the US. They can only act big, tough, and noble OUTSIDE the US. In the EU, they can play big dog against the Russian Bear. This is allowed by the GLOB that sees Russia and parts of the Muslim world as the main enemies of GLOB power. So, while McCain, Graham, and so much of Pentagon Brass bow their heads and stare at the ground before their GLOB masters in the US, they can bark and talk tough outside the US.
    They can't have Will in the US but can have Will outside the US. But is it really Will or mere semblance of Will? After all, they can only act tough outside the US when permitted by the GLOB. They can bark at Iran and Russia but not at Israel and Saudi Arabia. Is a barking dog ever free of his master?
    , @tyrone
    did the oz thing really happen? everything feels like a psyop
  55. Why, a rainbow, of course! Is there even any question?

    To symbolize the full “glorious mosaic*” of who we are, in all its vibrancy and diversity.

    To the colors of rainbow, add black (certainly) and perhaps white as well. Probably want to work-in a star and crescent and/or a hijabed beauty to symbolize solidarity with our oppressed, persecuted Muslim sisters (and, uh, brothers, too, I guess…). Maybe try to get an effigy of Trump in there as well, wouldn’t want to miss an opportunity to signal our brave defiance of Hitler Incaranate [TM] himself and resistance to his fascist [sic] tyranny, now would we?

    (*Former NYC Mayor David N. Dinkins)

    http://www.dictionary.com/browse/rainbow

    (Following six entries for the noun form)

    adjective
    7. having a diverse membership; including representatives from multiple racial and ethnic groups:
    a rainbow coalition of minority groups

    I hadn’t realized this definition had actually made it into the dictionary.

    Doesn’t the limitation to “racial and ethnic” seem odd and woefully dated?

    Surely, the one area of vibrant diversity, more than any other, that “rainbow” has come to symbolize is sexual orientation and “gender identity”.

  56. Scott Adams, creator of the Dilbert cartoons, had this to say about the relative merits of red (e.g. MAGA) and pink hats:

    http://blog.dilbert.com/post/156315793671/battle-of-the-hats

  57. Not necessarily OT: More from the women’s march chair, Sharia Law advocate, and possible Saudi contractor Linda Sarsour:

    This feminist hero recently Tweeted, in reference to Ayaan Hirsi Ali, a victim of Islamic Female Genital Cutting, and some other woman, quote, “I wish I could take their vaginas away.”

    • Replies: @guest
    Doesn't she mean, "I wish I could fill their vaginas in" or "sew their vaginas up?" How do you take away negative space?
    , @Dissident
    Don't you just wish you could see her confronted on that by someone like Democracy (Hypocrisy) Now!'s Amy Goodman?
  58. Maybe Pink and Black:

    Patrisse Cullors (born 1983) is an African American artist and activist from Los Angeles, an advocate for criminal justice reform in Los Angeles and a co-founder of the Black Lives Matter movement.

    Cullors was born in Los Angeles. She became an activist early in life and later earned a degree in religion and philosophy from UCLA. She teaches at Otis College of Art and Design in the Public Practice Program.[1]
    Cullors recalls being forced from her home at 16 when she revealed her queer identity to her parents.[2] She was involved with the Jehovah’s Witnesses as a child, but later grew disillusioned with the patriarchal church. She developed an interest in the Nigerian religious tradition of Ifá, incorporating its rituals into political protest events.

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

    Alicia Garza (born January 4, 1981) is an African American activist and editorial writer who lives in Oakland, California. She is of Mexican-American and African-American descent. She has organized around the issues of health, student services and rights, rights for domestic workers, ending police brutality, anti-racism, and violence against trans and gender non-conforming people of color. Her editorial writing has been published by The Guardian,[1] The Nation,[2] The Feminist Wire,[3] Rolling Stone, Huffington Post and truthout.org. She currently directs Special Projects at the National Domestic Workers Alliance. She also co-founded the Black Lives Matter movement.

    Garza, with Opal Tometi and Patrisse Cullors, birthed the Black Lives Matters movement. Garza is credited with inspiring the slogan when, after the July 2013 acquittal of George Zimmerman, she posted on Facebook: “Black people. I love you. I love us. Our lives matter, Black Lives Matter” which Cullors then shared with the hashtag #BlackLivesMatter. Garza’s organization Black Lives Matter was spurred on by the deaths of black people by police in recent media and racial disparities within the U.S. criminal justice system. She was also struck by the similarities of Trayvon Martin to her younger brother, feeling that it could have been him killed instead.[6] Garza led the 2015 Freedom Ride to Ferguson, organized by Cullors and Darnell Moore that launched the building of BlackLivesMatter chapters across the United States.[7] Garza self-identifies as a queer woman, and her spouse is biracial and transgender; Garza draws on all of these experiences in her organizing and activism

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

    Darnell L. Moore (January 24, Camden, New Jersey) is an American writer and activist whose work is informed by anti-racist, feminist, queer of color, and anti-colonial thought and advocacy. Darnell’s essays, social commentary, poetry, and interviews have appeared in various national and international media venues, including the Feminist Wire,[1] Ebony magazine,[2] and The Huffington Post.[3] He was appointed by Mayor Cory Booker as inaugural Chair of the city of Newark, New Jersey LGBT Concerns Advisory Commission, the first of its kind in the state of New Jersey.[4][5][6][7] He is the co-chair, with Beryl Satter, of the groundbreaking Queer Newark Oral History project—an archival project that seeks to chronicle the multifaceted lives of LGBTQ Newarkers and their allies.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Darnell_L._Moore

    DeRay Mckesson (born July 9, 1985) is an American civil rights activist and educator.[1] Mckesson is a member of the Black Lives Matter movement and is known for his activism via social media outlets such as Twitter and Instagram and has been active in the protests in Ferguson, Missouri and Baltimore, Maryland.[2] Mckesson has also written for The Huffington Post[3] and The Guardian.[4] Along with Johnetta Elzie, Brittany Packnett, and Samuel Sinyangwe, Mckesson launched Campaign Zero, a policy platform to end police violence.

    In April 2015, Mckesson and fellow activists Johnetta Elzie, Samuel Sinyangwe, and Brittany Packnett launched “Mapping Police Violence”, which collected data on people killed by police during 2014.[15] In August 2015, the same group launched Campaign Zero, a ten-point policy plan for police reform. Key points included the decriminalization of trespassing, marijuana possession, loitering, public disturbance, and consuming alcohol in public as these crimes do not threaten public safety, but are often used to target African Americans.[5] Mckesson and Elzie were awarded the Howard Zinn Freedom to Write Award in 2015 for their activism.[16]
    In late 2015, he was a guest lecturer at Yale Divinity School. In November of the same year, Mckesson spoke at the GLAAD Gala, where he discussed his life as a gay man and asked LGBT people to “come out of the quiet.

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

    • Replies: @whorefinder
    The BLM movement is really just Gay Blacks using Soros and Saudi money to gather and rile up other dumber, straight blacks to attack police. I guess if you're a gay black and need a method of climbing the D ladder, this is one way to jump ahead early while also seeking cred with the normally homo-hating straight blacks.
    , @Autochthon
    If the answer weren't obvious, I'd wonder how come these creatures pass Wikipedia's pretended requirement of notability for persons to have articles about them included (cf. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Spencer).
  59. @Anonymous
    Given that (a) "muscle" in Kiev in 2013-2014 was provided by greying Afghan war veterans and right-wing extremists, in addition to common citizens such as yours humbly, and (b) rainbow coalition of the fringes and Soros' people had little to no presence whatsoever, I am inclined to return the analogy and ask for a refund. Or make it specific that you refer to 2004.

    Care to share your Maidan protest experiences with us?

  60. @syonredux
    Maybe Pink and Black:

    Patrisse Cullors (born 1983) is an African American artist and activist from Los Angeles, an advocate for criminal justice reform in Los Angeles and a co-founder of the Black Lives Matter movement.
     

    Cullors was born in Los Angeles. She became an activist early in life and later earned a degree in religion and philosophy from UCLA. She teaches at Otis College of Art and Design in the Public Practice Program.[1]
    Cullors recalls being forced from her home at 16 when she revealed her queer identity to her parents.[2] She was involved with the Jehovah's Witnesses as a child, but later grew disillusioned with the patriarchal church. She developed an interest in the Nigerian religious tradition of Ifá, incorporating its rituals into political protest events.
     
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Patrisse_Cullors

    Alicia Garza (born January 4, 1981) is an African American activist and editorial writer who lives in Oakland, California. She is of Mexican-American and African-American descent. She has organized around the issues of health, student services and rights, rights for domestic workers, ending police brutality, anti-racism, and violence against trans and gender non-conforming people of color. Her editorial writing has been published by The Guardian,[1] The Nation,[2] The Feminist Wire,[3] Rolling Stone, Huffington Post and truthout.org. She currently directs Special Projects at the National Domestic Workers Alliance. She also co-founded the Black Lives Matter movement.
     

    Garza, with Opal Tometi and Patrisse Cullors, birthed the Black Lives Matters movement. Garza is credited with inspiring the slogan when, after the July 2013 acquittal of George Zimmerman, she posted on Facebook: "Black people. I love you. I love us. Our lives matter, Black Lives Matter" which Cullors then shared with the hashtag #BlackLivesMatter. Garza's organization Black Lives Matter was spurred on by the deaths of black people by police in recent media and racial disparities within the U.S. criminal justice system. She was also struck by the similarities of Trayvon Martin to her younger brother, feeling that it could have been him killed instead.[6] Garza led the 2015 Freedom Ride to Ferguson, organized by Cullors and Darnell Moore that launched the building of BlackLivesMatter chapters across the United States.[7] Garza self-identifies as a queer woman, and her spouse is biracial and transgender; Garza draws on all of these experiences in her organizing and activism
     
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alicia_Garza

    Darnell L. Moore (January 24, Camden, New Jersey) is an American writer and activist whose work is informed by anti-racist, feminist, queer of color, and anti-colonial thought and advocacy. Darnell's essays, social commentary, poetry, and interviews have appeared in various national and international media venues, including the Feminist Wire,[1] Ebony magazine,[2] and The Huffington Post.[3] He was appointed by Mayor Cory Booker as inaugural Chair of the city of Newark, New Jersey LGBT Concerns Advisory Commission, the first of its kind in the state of New Jersey.[4][5][6][7] He is the co-chair, with Beryl Satter, of the groundbreaking Queer Newark Oral History project—an archival project that seeks to chronicle the multifaceted lives of LGBTQ Newarkers and their allies.
     
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Darnell_L._Moore

    DeRay Mckesson (born July 9, 1985) is an American civil rights activist and educator.[1] Mckesson is a member of the Black Lives Matter movement and is known for his activism via social media outlets such as Twitter and Instagram and has been active in the protests in Ferguson, Missouri and Baltimore, Maryland.[2] Mckesson has also written for The Huffington Post[3] and The Guardian.[4] Along with Johnetta Elzie, Brittany Packnett, and Samuel Sinyangwe, Mckesson launched Campaign Zero, a policy platform to end police violence.
     

    In April 2015, Mckesson and fellow activists Johnetta Elzie, Samuel Sinyangwe, and Brittany Packnett launched "Mapping Police Violence", which collected data on people killed by police during 2014.[15] In August 2015, the same group launched Campaign Zero, a ten-point policy plan for police reform. Key points included the decriminalization of trespassing, marijuana possession, loitering, public disturbance, and consuming alcohol in public as these crimes do not threaten public safety, but are often used to target African Americans.[5] Mckesson and Elzie were awarded the Howard Zinn Freedom to Write Award in 2015 for their activism.[16]
    In late 2015, he was a guest lecturer at Yale Divinity School. In November of the same year, Mckesson spoke at the GLAAD Gala, where he discussed his life as a gay man and asked LGBT people to "come out of the quiet.

     

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

    The BLM movement is really just Gay Blacks using Soros and Saudi money to gather and rile up other dumber, straight blacks to attack police. I guess if you’re a gay black and need a method of climbing the D ladder, this is one way to jump ahead early while also seeking cred with the normally homo-hating straight blacks.

    • Replies: @Jack Hanson
    BLM is currently rallying in support of prison rioters in Delaware.

    So far the body count is one black correctional sergeant, killed by the prisoners.
  61. @syonredux
    Maybe Pink and Black:

    Patrisse Cullors (born 1983) is an African American artist and activist from Los Angeles, an advocate for criminal justice reform in Los Angeles and a co-founder of the Black Lives Matter movement.
     

    Cullors was born in Los Angeles. She became an activist early in life and later earned a degree in religion and philosophy from UCLA. She teaches at Otis College of Art and Design in the Public Practice Program.[1]
    Cullors recalls being forced from her home at 16 when she revealed her queer identity to her parents.[2] She was involved with the Jehovah's Witnesses as a child, but later grew disillusioned with the patriarchal church. She developed an interest in the Nigerian religious tradition of Ifá, incorporating its rituals into political protest events.
     
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Patrisse_Cullors

    Alicia Garza (born January 4, 1981) is an African American activist and editorial writer who lives in Oakland, California. She is of Mexican-American and African-American descent. She has organized around the issues of health, student services and rights, rights for domestic workers, ending police brutality, anti-racism, and violence against trans and gender non-conforming people of color. Her editorial writing has been published by The Guardian,[1] The Nation,[2] The Feminist Wire,[3] Rolling Stone, Huffington Post and truthout.org. She currently directs Special Projects at the National Domestic Workers Alliance. She also co-founded the Black Lives Matter movement.
     

    Garza, with Opal Tometi and Patrisse Cullors, birthed the Black Lives Matters movement. Garza is credited with inspiring the slogan when, after the July 2013 acquittal of George Zimmerman, she posted on Facebook: "Black people. I love you. I love us. Our lives matter, Black Lives Matter" which Cullors then shared with the hashtag #BlackLivesMatter. Garza's organization Black Lives Matter was spurred on by the deaths of black people by police in recent media and racial disparities within the U.S. criminal justice system. She was also struck by the similarities of Trayvon Martin to her younger brother, feeling that it could have been him killed instead.[6] Garza led the 2015 Freedom Ride to Ferguson, organized by Cullors and Darnell Moore that launched the building of BlackLivesMatter chapters across the United States.[7] Garza self-identifies as a queer woman, and her spouse is biracial and transgender; Garza draws on all of these experiences in her organizing and activism
     
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alicia_Garza

    Darnell L. Moore (January 24, Camden, New Jersey) is an American writer and activist whose work is informed by anti-racist, feminist, queer of color, and anti-colonial thought and advocacy. Darnell's essays, social commentary, poetry, and interviews have appeared in various national and international media venues, including the Feminist Wire,[1] Ebony magazine,[2] and The Huffington Post.[3] He was appointed by Mayor Cory Booker as inaugural Chair of the city of Newark, New Jersey LGBT Concerns Advisory Commission, the first of its kind in the state of New Jersey.[4][5][6][7] He is the co-chair, with Beryl Satter, of the groundbreaking Queer Newark Oral History project—an archival project that seeks to chronicle the multifaceted lives of LGBTQ Newarkers and their allies.
     
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Darnell_L._Moore

    DeRay Mckesson (born July 9, 1985) is an American civil rights activist and educator.[1] Mckesson is a member of the Black Lives Matter movement and is known for his activism via social media outlets such as Twitter and Instagram and has been active in the protests in Ferguson, Missouri and Baltimore, Maryland.[2] Mckesson has also written for The Huffington Post[3] and The Guardian.[4] Along with Johnetta Elzie, Brittany Packnett, and Samuel Sinyangwe, Mckesson launched Campaign Zero, a policy platform to end police violence.
     

    In April 2015, Mckesson and fellow activists Johnetta Elzie, Samuel Sinyangwe, and Brittany Packnett launched "Mapping Police Violence", which collected data on people killed by police during 2014.[15] In August 2015, the same group launched Campaign Zero, a ten-point policy plan for police reform. Key points included the decriminalization of trespassing, marijuana possession, loitering, public disturbance, and consuming alcohol in public as these crimes do not threaten public safety, but are often used to target African Americans.[5] Mckesson and Elzie were awarded the Howard Zinn Freedom to Write Award in 2015 for their activism.[16]
    In late 2015, he was a guest lecturer at Yale Divinity School. In November of the same year, Mckesson spoke at the GLAAD Gala, where he discussed his life as a gay man and asked LGBT people to "come out of the quiet.

     

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

    If the answer weren’t obvious, I’d wonder how come these creatures pass Wikipedia’s pretended requirement of notability for persons to have articles about them included (cf. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Spencer).

  62. Trump hires Michael Anton, neo-con friend of Bill Kristol and the Cheneys, fan of Tom Wolfe, enemy of business casual, and loose-nuke-terrorism worry-wort.

    He wrote some of his more explicit articles as Publius Dio. He is kind of long winded but had some great lines attacking “Conservatism Inc” and the whole Koch Bros network.

    This is from one of his pseudonymous articles right before the election:

    Third and most important, the ceaseless importation of Third World foreigners with no tradition of, taste for, or experience in liberty means that the electorate grows more left, more Democratic, less Republican, less republican, and less traditionally American with every cycle. As does, of course, the U.S. population, which only serves to reinforce the two other causes outlined above. This is the core reason why the Left, the Democrats, and the bipartisan junta (categories distinct but very much overlapping) think they are on the cusp of a permanent victory that will forever obviate the need to pretend to respect democratic and constitutional niceties. Because they are.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    Anton is bad news. He's a neocon who served in the Bush admin as a national security official and will serve in a similar capacity for Trump. He's one of those neocons like David Frum who knows that mass immigration is bad for the neocon agenda. He knows that toning down the "invite the world" makes it easier to manipulate ordinary Americans to "invade the world".

    Trump was always going to be better on immigration, but this notion many entertained that he would be some sort of genuine isolationist and Buchananite realist was mistaken. He's already been talking about "safe zones" in Syria and Yemen, started saber rattling with Iran, etc.
  63. Steve,

    If I read the tea leaves correctly the next revolution will not be pink but blue. Women now are far better organized and are getting a much better deal from society than are men. Men are the ones who would benefit far more from organizing and the climate is such we are at the point where that could happen relatively easily now.

    What more can women get from society? They are already getting the lion’s share of the public welfare spending. They consume 30-40% more health care than men throughout their entire lifetime (not just when pregnant), they can choose if they work or have children (gratis welfare) and if they work, they can avoid the hazardous and unpleasant work including selective service. They also get preferential treatment under the law including family & criminal courts.

    I think that part of the pussy pout we saw a week and a half ago was more of a “don’t take away my “rights’.”(i.e. privileges). Abortion and birth control will still be around for women albeit not men (because we spend nothing on Men’s reproductive health). I also think it is a plea for men not to organize. Trump’s support among men and married women was almost entirely organic. There is no Geo. Soros funded organizations or politicians like the Hildabeast, who advocate exclusively for men or men’s issues. All Trump did is say he was not Hillary. In the future, feminism inc. will not be “pushing on an open door”. We have been frozen for the last 40 years choosing to focus exclusively on women’s pussies and think the society is moving forward finally.

    • Replies: @dr kill
    Pussy Pouting. Nice.
  64. @Jason Liu
    Antifa = skinny white boys behind masks. They can't revolutions against anyone who's actually ready to confront them physically.

    Most subversion in the western world is social, with culture and words. The left knows the right is not good at fighting cultural wars, especially not when the enemy is internal.

    Jason, I would think that the new DOJ should investigate to see if these new “protesters” are organized and cross state lines to promote violence and then search out their financial backers through a RICO investigation. I would love to see the money trail lead to the Clintons and their backers or better yet Obama’s crew.

    • Agree: res
    • Replies: @Negrolphin Pool
    Something tells me the two lawyers that comprise the Clinton household aren't quite that dumb. It would be nice to see though.
    , @Kylie
    I like the way you think.
    , @anon
    RICO is exactly how to play it - they are organised that way *and* they're careless because they think (correctly till now) that they were safe (as GOPe would never go after them.)
  65. Anon • Disclaimer says:

    The GLOB controls the media and repeated over and over, “Trump is literally Hitler” and “Punching Nazis is great”. Since Trump is ‘hitler’, anyone who supports him is a ‘Nazi’ and deserves to be attacked according to Globalist Narrative.

    The endorsement of the attack on Spencer was a declaration of Open Season.

    Now, we know how Palestinians have felt since 1948.

    • Replies: @Lot
    So you feel like having sex with your first cousin and blowing up a bus stop?
    , @biz

    Now, we know how Palestinians have felt since 1948.
     
    Dumb.

    There were no "Palestinians" in 1948. (Actually there were people who were called Palestinians then, but they were all Jews.) Back then Arabs were just Arabs without any invented terms, and they launched a war of genocidal intent against Israel and lost. The result of that loss has been 70 years of the most relentless and banal propaganda barrage the world has ever seen.
  66. Last November the color of the revolution was white.

  67. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @Lot
    Trump hires Michael Anton, neo-con friend of Bill Kristol and the Cheneys, fan of Tom Wolfe, enemy of business casual, and loose-nuke-terrorism worry-wort.

    He wrote some of his more explicit articles as Publius Dio. He is kind of long winded but had some great lines attacking "Conservatism Inc" and the whole Koch Bros network.

    This is from one of his pseudonymous articles right before the election:


    Third and most important, the ceaseless importation of Third World foreigners with no tradition of, taste for, or experience in liberty means that the electorate grows more left, more Democratic, less Republican, less republican, and less traditionally American with every cycle. As does, of course, the U.S. population, which only serves to reinforce the two other causes outlined above. This is the core reason why the Left, the Democrats, and the bipartisan junta (categories distinct but very much overlapping) think they are on the cusp of a permanent victory that will forever obviate the need to pretend to respect democratic and constitutional niceties. Because they are.
     

    Anton is bad news. He’s a neocon who served in the Bush admin as a national security official and will serve in a similar capacity for Trump. He’s one of those neocons like David Frum who knows that mass immigration is bad for the neocon agenda. He knows that toning down the “invite the world” makes it easier to manipulate ordinary Americans to “invade the world”.

    Trump was always going to be better on immigration, but this notion many entertained that he would be some sort of genuine isolationist and Buchananite realist was mistaken. He’s already been talking about “safe zones” in Syria and Yemen, started saber rattling with Iran, etc.

    • Replies: @Lot
    Comparing his 2010ish writing with 2015-2017 work, he seems to be less of a hawk, and his pseudonymous article said he wanted a Ron Paul foreign policy.

    Something to remember is that for a long time the neocons were lavishly funded by big oil and big military contractors. There were virtually no foreign policy job opportunities for right wing doves.
    , @Jim Don Bob
    The Weekly Standard article on Decius (http://www.weeklystandard.com/decius-unmasked/article/2006623?utm_campaign=Weekly%20Standard%20News%20Brief) suggests he regrets his views on the Iraq war.

    He is 100% right about how all the NeverTrumpers made quite a nice living losing to the Democrats for years while loudly trumpeting their conservatism.
    , @Desiderius
    Anonymous, you're mistaken.

    Decius has commented here. Have you read his essays and comments? He's a Steve supporter.
    , @Jefferson
    "Anton is bad news."

    He is not bad news to me.

    "He knows that toning down the “invite the world” makes it easier to manipulate ordinary Americans to “invade the world”."

    I don't have a problem with Neocons who are anti-open borders/anti-invite the world. For all I care ISIS can be wiped off the face of the earth and I won't lose the least bit of sleep at night.

    ISIS LIVES DON'T MATTER.
  68. I’ll put my vote in here for “Rainbow Revolution.” Alliterative and covers all your bases.

  69. Sauron is spirit cooking a Blink Revolution…

    Bored Prediction; As long as loose triumvirate lead by Donald of Orange along with Bibi and Vlad exists, Sauron would go down!

  70. @candid_observer
    Trump's answer to Berkeley violence:

    https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/827112633224544256

    Of course it's going to be called "fascist" for Trump to suggest this -- and by the same people who think it's fine to threaten removal of federal funds over imaginary Title IX violations because those accused of sexual harassment or "assault" on college campuses might be treated as innocent until proven guilty.

    Trump may finally get the attention of college administrators who think there are no consequences to be paid for the endless indulging of their violent snowflakes.

    Holy S*** ma man Trump laying down the fuckin LAW!!!

    Just continually amazed that we could have a President in this day and age with such fortitude.

  71. @Dissident
    [Going off on a tangent]

    When did normal men and even "alphas" start wearing pink and purple?

    Both President Trump as well as at least one of his adult sons have appeared wearing ties that were pink and/or purple. (In the case of at least one of the sons, I cannot rule-out the possibility that I even saw him in a pink or purple shirt.)

    Ron Paul, in his recent interview with InfoWars quack Alex Jones, was wearing a pink shirt.

    Lest anyone assume or suspect otherwise, let me say that I neither embrace nor exemplify any kind of machismo ideal. Far from it. I will also note that I suspect that I am considerably younger than most people would imagine someone expressing such thoughts to be. Perhaps I just wasn't paying close enough attention until recently, I don't know. But what can I say? To see normal (i.e, unambiguously "cis-gender" and heterosexual by all indications) men wearing colors that I always associated with femininity and male homosexuality is odd to me.

    (Of course it goes without saying that such thoughts are yet further proof -- as if any more were needed-- of just how deplorably "homophobic", "transphobic" and "cis-hetero-normative-centric", etc., etc. I am.)

    [Following from the tangent, to a topic completely removed from that of Mr. Sailer's post:]

    Also, speaking of the President and his sons, something I should have asked in one of the inauguration threads but missed my chance:

    For anyone who watched the President's youngest son, Barron, at all during the inauguration: Do you think the boy was trying to emulate his father's signature facial expressions (those distinct grins and grimaces)?

    I’d assume just because they are in touch with the times and the times they is tending towards female supremacy. No man exists independently of his own epoch and place.

    Also, one needs to know when to pick one’s battles. That is Strategy 101. Notice Trump went along with the Gay issue. Because NO ONE CARES. It was the Left who tried to make it into an issue. Likewise, he let Ivanka spout some feminist crap about equal pay. Trump is extremely reactionary about extremely core issues, but very lax and liberal about others. It’s been a long time since anyone has ever seen a political strategist like God Emperor Trump. Up until now they’ve been mostly playing along Red/Blue constituency lines.

    • Replies: @Dissident

    Also, one needs to know when to pick one’s battles. That is Strategy 101.
     
    I never meant to suggest that I thought that the President, in wearing pink or purple, had failed to take some stand that I had thought he should have taken.

    Notice Trump went along with the Gay issue.
     
    Oh, I noticed alright. Believe me, I noticed...

    Because NO ONE CARES.
     
    I would urge people to read the post of mine that I linked just above. In it, I enumerate a number of reasons why nearly everyone (including, and especially those who may be homosexually-inclined themselves) should care.

    It’s been a long time since anyone has ever seen a political strategist like God Emperor Trump.
     
    Perhaps. Or perhaps, as I recently saw another commenter here argue, Trump's success is more a result of just how insane the situation has become and how untenable what his opponents represent has become.

    Thanks for replying.

  72. @Anonymous
    Anton is bad news. He's a neocon who served in the Bush admin as a national security official and will serve in a similar capacity for Trump. He's one of those neocons like David Frum who knows that mass immigration is bad for the neocon agenda. He knows that toning down the "invite the world" makes it easier to manipulate ordinary Americans to "invade the world".

    Trump was always going to be better on immigration, but this notion many entertained that he would be some sort of genuine isolationist and Buchananite realist was mistaken. He's already been talking about "safe zones" in Syria and Yemen, started saber rattling with Iran, etc.

    Comparing his 2010ish writing with 2015-2017 work, he seems to be less of a hawk, and his pseudonymous article said he wanted a Ron Paul foreign policy.

    Something to remember is that for a long time the neocons were lavishly funded by big oil and big military contractors. There were virtually no foreign policy job opportunities for right wing doves.

  73. Black seems to me the most effective and thus most dangerous choice for uniting the coalition of the fringes.

    The anonymity of the mask both emboldens the more timid lawbreakers and suppresses some of the urges for infighting.

    University-based anarchists + BLM muscle is a pretty far-reaching combo. If they can get the La Raza crowds in Central and SoCal they could set the West Coast on fire.

    • Replies: @Prof. Woland
    In once sense, black is pink. Much of the welfare ( I am speaking in the most general of terms) that goes to blacks ends up going directly to black women and their children. They have a matrilineal family structure where they maximize public transfers due to the lack of a bread winner in the household. The men benefit because their children are fed, at everyone else's expense, and they can go off to live on their own without any financial obligations, albeit at a lowish standard of living than Joe Lunchbucket. In tact families that have dual bread winners with IQs above 100 have a higher progressive income tax and they frequently do not qualify for much in the way of public assistance. This is reflected the political reality that women of all colors vote consistently more Democratic than men. I cannot think of a scenario where that isn't the case.
  74. @Anon
    The GLOB controls the media and repeated over and over, "Trump is literally Hitler" and "Punching Nazis is great". Since Trump is 'hitler', anyone who supports him is a 'Nazi' and deserves to be attacked according to Globalist Narrative.

    The endorsement of the attack on Spencer was a declaration of Open Season.

    Now, we know how Palestinians have felt since 1948.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IjHjqqD-IA8

    So you feel like having sex with your first cousin and blowing up a bus stop?

    • Replies: @Jefferson
    " you feel like having sex with your first cousin and blowing up a bus stop?"

    Anon was either born a Muslim or converted to Islam later in life like Madeleine Albright did. So of course he supports sex with his first cousin and blowing up a bus stop.
  75. @biz
    Not necessarily OT: More from the women's march chair, Sharia Law advocate, and possible Saudi contractor Linda Sarsour:

    This feminist hero recently Tweeted, in reference to Ayaan Hirsi Ali, a victim of Islamic Female Genital Cutting, and some other woman, quote, "I wish I could take their vaginas away."

    Doesn’t she mean, “I wish I could fill their vaginas in” or “sew their vaginas up?” How do you take away negative space?

  76. @Anonymous
    Anton is bad news. He's a neocon who served in the Bush admin as a national security official and will serve in a similar capacity for Trump. He's one of those neocons like David Frum who knows that mass immigration is bad for the neocon agenda. He knows that toning down the "invite the world" makes it easier to manipulate ordinary Americans to "invade the world".

    Trump was always going to be better on immigration, but this notion many entertained that he would be some sort of genuine isolationist and Buchananite realist was mistaken. He's already been talking about "safe zones" in Syria and Yemen, started saber rattling with Iran, etc.

    The Weekly Standard article on Decius (http://www.weeklystandard.com/decius-unmasked/article/2006623?utm_campaign=Weekly%20Standard%20News%20Brief) suggests he regrets his views on the Iraq war.

    He is 100% right about how all the NeverTrumpers made quite a nice living losing to the Democrats for years while loudly trumpeting their conservatism.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    And here's the kvetch-take: http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/2017/02/americas-leading-authoritarian-intellectual-works-for-trump.html

    They're sure open about their demographic strategy when they think it's such a sure winner you can't do anything about it, but when it loses, oy! -- don't you dare talk about it, you authoritarian fascist.

  77. Anon • Disclaimer says:
    @anon
    Trump has guts; Pissing off OZ would have been unthinkable with normal politicians. He wants to fearlessly disentangle from the past; I see a 1776 spirit.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2017/02/02/us/politics/us-australia-trump-turnbull.html

    Europeans know the free lunch is over:

    http://www.cbsnews.com/news/european-union-donald-tusk-donald-trump-threat-eu-future-highly-unpredictable/

    Quite a few titanium cojones he has got to pick on Mexico, China, EU, Australia, Muslims etc. all at once. It is looking like U.S. and Russia vs. Rest of the world. This will be interesting.

    “Europeans know the free lunch is over”

    People sure like free stuff.

    WWII is distant memory. Cold War is over and USSR is gone.

    Europe can grow independent and grow up. Besides, Russia is no threat. If there’s a threat, it’s from mass invasion. Also, as long as the US has hegemony over Europe, there won’t be true independence.

    Russia withdrew from Eastern Europe. It is time for US to withdraw from Western Europe.

    But the US, unlike Russia, has limitless resources and has been feeding these whores pretty well. So, these European elites have grown accustomed to sucking on the American Teat. So pathetic.
    Trump tells them, “Be more independent, be more free, be more sovereign”, and they whine, “But I wanna be with you guys.” They are like the kid in SIXTEEN CANDLES who wants to cling to his parents. Europeans have become like basement dwellers of the US empire.

    https://getyarn.io/yarn-clip/8c43f1c7-f4ad-4c7f-b3cc-73afad48e647

    The problem for Europe is the lack of Will, especially in Germany. Germany should be the leader of Europe because of its population and industry.

    [MORE]

    But because of WWI and esp WWII, Germans have become lacking in the Will thing. They still have industry but no will to lead or define the culture and values of Europe. Skill but no Will. For a long time, when German peoples were fractured, France was the dominant power. But once Germany united, it was bound to dominate. More people, strong work ethic, greater will, more masculine culture. Also, Germany is geographically at the center of Europe between Western Europe and Eastern Europe and between Northern Europe and Southern Europe. Things would have been different if Germany had won WWI. Maybe better for Europe in the long run. But it lost and then made a total mess of Europe with WWII, especially when it gambled all and attacked Russia.

    Germans have the biggest economy in Europe but no pride, no will, no confidence. Other European nations prefer US dominance because they fear that if the US goes, Germany might become a resurgent power since SOME nation has to be the true leader of Europe, and only Germans can do it. Because WWII narrative have become so entrenched in the EU narrative, German power is still dreaded. Also, Germany was smashed in WWII but soon recovered and was the leading economic power in Europe once more. So, Europeans feel that the only part of German Will that should be awakened is the economic. But when it comes to national will and political will, it’s better to keep Germany as a servant of the US. But then, Germans are afraid of their own shadow. If Jews see Nazis everywhere, Germans see a closet Nazi within their own hearts. They are like post-alcoholics who fear even one little drinky cuz they might become drunken lunatics once again. They fear they are like the Jack Nicholson character in
    THE SHINING. He went dry but wants a drink… and then the Faustian pact with the Devil begins all over again.

    Europe has a mighty economic power in Germany, but there is the Vacuum of Will in the most important nation in Europe. Such lack of Will means lack of agency and lack of confidence. It means lack of ability to understand Germany’s true responsibility and destiny. Any sane German could see that the main problem facing Germany is low birthrates and mass invasion. But Germans lack the will to see the real dangers. They are afraid of their own thoughts based on self-interest since such might be ‘Nazi’. So, they rely on the narrative and advice of others, especially Jews who’ve been collectively anointed by Holocaust Narrative. But too many Jews are merely in revenge mode even while pretending to care. This revenge feeling among Jews is understandable given the Holocaust, but we need to be honest about its nature. Jews are NOT looking out for the best interest of Germans. Germans have to wake up and realize the truth for themselves. A nation that outsources narrative, agency, and advice to others is a dead nations. Russia did that in the 90s, and what happened?
    Because Germany relies on the US narrative(and since US dominated by Jews who, though a minority, have majority power in elite institutions), the advice that Germany has been getting is RUSSIA IS THE BIG DANGER and MASS MIGRATION FROM AFRICA AND MIDDLE EAST IS A BLESSING.
    Germany fears a fantastical bogeyman while welcoming real rapists, murderers, and barbarian hordes. Sarrazin did show sanity and agency when he wrote GERMAN ABOLISHES ITSELF, but the globalist advice was HE IS NEW NAZI, FIRE HIM, AND BLACKLIST HIM. Meanwhile, Merkel who invites invasion into Germany is hailed by TIME and other rags that are now totally the property of the GLOB.

    On the positive side, the lack of German Will that brought upon migrant crisis has led to the weakening of EU and the resurgence of nationalism. If European nations cannot look up to Germany as a sane and responsible leader/defender of Germany — and when the US is telling Europeans to welcome invasion — , nationalism is the only way to go. (Paradoxically, the German lack of Will has become a kind of Anti-Will as powerful as the Will. Germans fear the Will since they figure Will can lead to Will to Power and then to Will to War. So, Germans must suppress their Will to Victory. But in their zealous suppression of the Will, they have developed a Will to Destruction. Anti-Will becomes a new kind of Will. Sarrazin’s book title suggests as much. I mean what nation abolishes itself? It takes a certain will to invite destruction. So, the German lack of agency to save itself have become an agency to abolish itself. It is in Gotterdammerung mode. It’s like when Hitler figured he couldn’t conquer the world and gain victory, he told Speer to destroy Germany itself. Abolish it as punishment for having failed him. A willed attack on the Will. So, there are strange parallels between Hitler and Merkel. Hitler imposed his national will on other nations. And Merkel, in her crazed anti-will, tries to impose German self-abolishment as the model for other nations too. “If we go down, you Hungarians and Poles must go down with us. Embrace invasion!!”)

    But it wasn’t always like this. During the Cold War, the US didn’t object to Germany’s blood-criteria for citizenship. Also, the US didn’t tell Europeans to welcome invasion back then. And even though Germany was repentant about WWII, most Europeans buried the hatchet and looked to Germany as a positive model. And Germany, France, and UK — the three major powers of Europe — had more agency and sovereignty back then. Also, the role of US was to defend Western Europe from the USSR.
    But something terrible happened. When communism fell, the West could have given good sound advice to Russia. But globalists just used it to loot the country and turn Russia from the West. And decadence, once a mere facet of capitalism, became the norm in the West, especially with the rise of homomania. And neo-savagery spread through rap culture and Negromania whereupon even European nations decided to Africanize their sports and sex culture. Also, the rise of finance as the main US industry led to all kinds of nasty behavior around the world, not least by crooks like Soros and Madoff.
    The rise of PC castrated European men and rise of feminism mixed with trash culture turned women into a bunch of whores. Amnesia Rays from TV culture turned Europeans into ahistorical morons. In earlier times, Europe was known as a book culture, but over time, it became just another Amerika. The excessive decadence of the European Left since May 68 led to collapse of meaningful intellectual discourse. If the European Right lost legitimacy after WWII, the European left lost relevance after it adopted either radical nutjob agendas(like Maoism) or fetish for theories that had nothing to do with reality. Has anyone made sense of Derrida yet?
    In time, the only things left were narcissism, greed, vanity, PC cult of slogans as truths, hedonism, and globalist power(dominated by US).

    EU was supposed to make Europe like the United States. Such notion suggests how Europeans came to model themselves on America. While American progs were saying how wonderful Europe is — with its social democratic policies — and how America should aspire to be more like Europe, Europeans were thinking the opposite and trying to make themselves more like the US. So, turn European nations into something like American states. Increase diversity so that EU can have ‘cool’ blacks like the US. Also, EU would prove that they can do it right! If US brought blacks as slaves and mistreated them, which accounts for black problems in the US, the EU would welcome the negroes and treat them nice and turn them into black Europeans. The result is predictable. Same problems over there. In the end, US didn’t become like EU, and EU didn’t become like the US. They both merged into the GLOB empire whose agenda was to weaken both European and American sovereignty.
    While it’s true that America has power over EU, the fact is most Americans don’t have sovereignty over themselves. US is controlled by the GLOB, and EU is controlled by the US. So, both are under GLOB rule.

    I suspect that part of the reason why the American gentile elites love to lord over EU(and other foreign nations) is that they’ve been reduced in size in the US. If you’re a white gentile elite member in the US military or some institution, you must always be in defensive, apologetic, and sorryass cucky mode. You must feel as a moral inferior to Jews, blacks, homos, immigrants, feminists, and even illegal invaders and trannies.
    White gentiles are not allowed Will and Agency of power within the US. They can only act big, tough, and noble OUTSIDE the US. In the EU, they can play big dog against the Russian Bear. This is allowed by the GLOB that sees Russia and parts of the Muslim world as the main enemies of GLOB power. So, while McCain, Graham, and so much of Pentagon Brass bow their heads and stare at the ground before their GLOB masters in the US, they can bark and talk tough outside the US.
    They can’t have Will in the US but can have Will outside the US. But is it really Will or mere semblance of Will? After all, they can only act tough outside the US when permitted by the GLOB. They can bark at Iran and Russia but not at Israel and Saudi Arabia. Is a barking dog ever free of his master?

    • Replies: @Opinionator
    “Europeans know the free lunch is over”

    People sure like free stuff.

    WWII is distant memory. Cold War is over and USSR is gone.

    Europe can grow independent and grow up. Besides, Russia is no threat. If there’s a threat, it’s from mass invasion. Also, as long as the US has hegemony over Europe, there won’t be true independence.


    Well said.
  78. @whorefinder
    The BLM movement is really just Gay Blacks using Soros and Saudi money to gather and rile up other dumber, straight blacks to attack police. I guess if you're a gay black and need a method of climbing the D ladder, this is one way to jump ahead early while also seeking cred with the normally homo-hating straight blacks.

    BLM is currently rallying in support of prison rioters in Delaware.

    So far the body count is one black correctional sergeant, killed by the prisoners.

    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob
    And the rioters blame Trump. Because Trump made them kill a black guy.

    http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/2017/02/01/inmates-calls-during-delaware-prison-hostage-situation-reference-education-rehabilitation-president-trump/

  79. @anon
    Trump has guts; Pissing off OZ would have been unthinkable with normal politicians. He wants to fearlessly disentangle from the past; I see a 1776 spirit.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2017/02/02/us/politics/us-australia-trump-turnbull.html

    Europeans know the free lunch is over:

    http://www.cbsnews.com/news/european-union-donald-tusk-donald-trump-threat-eu-future-highly-unpredictable/

    Quite a few titanium cojones he has got to pick on Mexico, China, EU, Australia, Muslims etc. all at once. It is looking like U.S. and Russia vs. Rest of the world. This will be interesting.

    did the oz thing really happen? everything feels like a psyop

  80. @Buffalo Joe
    Jason, I would think that the new DOJ should investigate to see if these new "protesters" are organized and cross state lines to promote violence and then search out their financial backers through a RICO investigation. I would love to see the money trail lead to the Clintons and their backers or better yet Obama's crew.

    Something tells me the two lawyers that comprise the Clinton household aren’t quite that dumb. It would be nice to see though.

  81. @The Millennial Falcon
    Black seems to me the most effective and thus most dangerous choice for uniting the coalition of the fringes.

    The anonymity of the mask both emboldens the more timid lawbreakers and suppresses some of the urges for infighting.

    University-based anarchists + BLM muscle is a pretty far-reaching combo. If they can get the La Raza crowds in Central and SoCal they could set the West Coast on fire.

    In once sense, black is pink. Much of the welfare ( I am speaking in the most general of terms) that goes to blacks ends up going directly to black women and their children. They have a matrilineal family structure where they maximize public transfers due to the lack of a bread winner in the household. The men benefit because their children are fed, at everyone else’s expense, and they can go off to live on their own without any financial obligations, albeit at a lowish standard of living than Joe Lunchbucket. In tact families that have dual bread winners with IQs above 100 have a higher progressive income tax and they frequently do not qualify for much in the way of public assistance. This is reflected the political reality that women of all colors vote consistently more Democratic than men. I cannot think of a scenario where that isn’t the case.

  82. Seems that SJWs can’t stop thinking about punching people who do not agree with them:

    Punch-A-Nazi!! is a combination smartphone-desktop site that allows you to use your mobile device like a Wii remote and punch Nazis on your computer screen. Even if you feel sorry for Macklemore cosplayer Spencer and don’t think the racist, transphobic, misogynistic Breitbart scribe Yiannopolous deserve the Neo Nazi label because he’s gay, dates black guys and might be one quarter Jewish (it’s admittedly a term that gets thrown around a lot), you get to punch their extremely punchable digital faces in order to get to Adolf Hitler, provided you can time your jabs right.

    http://birthmoviesdeath.com/2017/02/02/punch-a-nazi-with-this-new-game-from-super-deluxe

  83. @Anonymous
    Anton is bad news. He's a neocon who served in the Bush admin as a national security official and will serve in a similar capacity for Trump. He's one of those neocons like David Frum who knows that mass immigration is bad for the neocon agenda. He knows that toning down the "invite the world" makes it easier to manipulate ordinary Americans to "invade the world".

    Trump was always going to be better on immigration, but this notion many entertained that he would be some sort of genuine isolationist and Buchananite realist was mistaken. He's already been talking about "safe zones" in Syria and Yemen, started saber rattling with Iran, etc.

    Anonymous, you’re mistaken.

    Decius has commented here. Have you read his essays and comments? He’s a Steve supporter.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    Yes, I've read him. "Steve supporters" aren't monolithic. I don't think he's changed his fundamental neocon outlook, given his background. One of his recent pieces was published in the Claremont Review, a neocon outfit. As I said, he's one of the neocons who knows he can't have his cake and eat it too. He recognizes that "invite the world" jeopardizes the American body politic as an extended phenotype of neocon aims and aspirations.
    , @Steve Sailer
    Overlapping pseudonyms don't prove anything. Lots of people sign in here as some personality in the news, often as a joke.
  84. @Anon
    The GLOB controls the media and repeated over and over, "Trump is literally Hitler" and "Punching Nazis is great". Since Trump is 'hitler', anyone who supports him is a 'Nazi' and deserves to be attacked according to Globalist Narrative.

    The endorsement of the attack on Spencer was a declaration of Open Season.

    Now, we know how Palestinians have felt since 1948.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IjHjqqD-IA8

    Now, we know how Palestinians have felt since 1948.

    Dumb.

    There were no “Palestinians” in 1948. (Actually there were people who were called Palestinians then, but they were all Jews.) Back then Arabs were just Arabs without any invented terms, and they launched a war of genocidal intent against Israel and lost. The result of that loss has been 70 years of the most relentless and banal propaganda barrage the world has ever seen.

  85. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @Desiderius
    Anonymous, you're mistaken.

    Decius has commented here. Have you read his essays and comments? He's a Steve supporter.

    Yes, I’ve read him. “Steve supporters” aren’t monolithic. I don’t think he’s changed his fundamental neocon outlook, given his background. One of his recent pieces was published in the Claremont Review, a neocon outfit. As I said, he’s one of the neocons who knows he can’t have his cake and eat it too. He recognizes that “invite the world” jeopardizes the American body politic as an extended phenotype of neocon aims and aspirations.

    • Replies: @Opinionator
    Is Anton jewish?
  86. @dc.sunsets
    Much ado about nothing.

    As long as the clown brigade burns Blue Counties, they're just engaging in a circle-jerk.

    Should they attempt to actually move it to Red Counties, there will be but one color flowing in the streets.

    I guess my Clinton-voting fellow citizens think someone in the neighborhood wearing a mask is a political statement. Where I live, a man wearing a mask will have but seconds between being noticed by a local and choosing from among

    Door Number 1: running away
    Door Number 2: pulling off the mask and raising his hands.
    Door Number 3: suffering an acute and likely fatal case of lead poisoning.

    This is not hyperbole. There's been a nearby rash of armed robberies by Diversotopians of late, and the wearing of a mask is common. The proper response to an imminent armed robbery is obvious.

    I think you’ve got a good point there. They can only get away with rioting, etc in left wing areas.

    I was mentioning to my sister (we’re Canadians) that if any country will fight against the toxic left it’s the US because so many of them are armed.

  87. @27 year old
    I don't like Milo, but Trump should really do a joint rally with Milo, on Berkely's campus. He should frame it purely as "free speech", not an endorsement of Milo. And he should explicitly dare the antifa to come test the U.S. Secret Service.

    He [President Trump] should frame it purely as “free speech”, not an endorsement of Milo.

    That is precisely how Noam Chomsky framed the controversial endorsement he made decades ago of a book by Robert Faurisson, a French denier of the Nazi genocide. Professor Chomsky, who actually wrote a foreword to Faurisson’s work, insisted that in doing so, he (Chomsky) was only taking a principled stand for freedom of speech/ freedom of the press and was in no way endorsing or sanctioning Faurisson’s views. Chomsky is widely quoted as saying that it is precisely for speech that is unpopular and deemed hateful that protections for freedom of speech are necessary; for no one, argues Chomsky, objects to the expression of views that they find agreeable.

    I wonder if we will see the seasoned leftist intellectual icon take a principled stand– on the very same grounds– in defense of the rights of Milo Yiannopoulos, to speak, and the right of the students who invited him to speak. And, also, against the serious violence that has been perpetrated by the “protesters”.

    • Replies: @27 year old
    There is an image making the rounds which is allegedly a screen cap of an email from Chomsky in which he seems to condemn the violent protests and nazi punching. Chomsky says that it's wrong in principle but also tactically bad. Doubt there will be any public statement of course
  88. Anybody else notice that the claws on this monstrous beast show a masculine 2D:4D digit ratio, with ring finger longer than index finger?

    What can we infer?

  89. @Dissident
    [Going off on a tangent]

    When did normal men and even "alphas" start wearing pink and purple?

    Both President Trump as well as at least one of his adult sons have appeared wearing ties that were pink and/or purple. (In the case of at least one of the sons, I cannot rule-out the possibility that I even saw him in a pink or purple shirt.)

    Ron Paul, in his recent interview with InfoWars quack Alex Jones, was wearing a pink shirt.

    Lest anyone assume or suspect otherwise, let me say that I neither embrace nor exemplify any kind of machismo ideal. Far from it. I will also note that I suspect that I am considerably younger than most people would imagine someone expressing such thoughts to be. Perhaps I just wasn't paying close enough attention until recently, I don't know. But what can I say? To see normal (i.e, unambiguously "cis-gender" and heterosexual by all indications) men wearing colors that I always associated with femininity and male homosexuality is odd to me.

    (Of course it goes without saying that such thoughts are yet further proof -- as if any more were needed-- of just how deplorably "homophobic", "transphobic" and "cis-hetero-normative-centric", etc., etc. I am.)

    [Following from the tangent, to a topic completely removed from that of Mr. Sailer's post:]

    Also, speaking of the President and his sons, something I should have asked in one of the inauguration threads but missed my chance:

    For anyone who watched the President's youngest son, Barron, at all during the inauguration: Do you think the boy was trying to emulate his father's signature facial expressions (those distinct grins and grimaces)?

    Light pink has always been a standard color dress shirt to wear with a business suit (the other two acceptable solid colors are white and light blue).

    I’d say a conservative dress shirt rotation would be 6 white, 3 blue, one pink.

    Black guys can wear light yellow.

  90. @AndrewR
    Smartass Sailer with more sarcasm.

    The time for jokes is over. We must permanently and completely remove the left from power by any means necassary. Idiot Trump is more concerned with pointless-to-harmful actiins like the travel ban than cleaning up the country of the violent criminals known as leftists.

    1.) Just how would you propose that President Trump go about, “cleaning up the country of the violent criminals known as leftists”? Any specific ideas?

    2.) Re: the “travel ban”: Why is it “pointless”? And in what way do you fear it may be “harmful”?

  91. So “Publius Decius Mus” got his real name printed in the weekly standard today. Not surprisingly, he’s from California and worked for Pete Wilson as a speechwriter. He sees what the future holds for the rest of us.

  92. @Lot
    So you feel like having sex with your first cousin and blowing up a bus stop?

    ” you feel like having sex with your first cousin and blowing up a bus stop?”

    Anon was either born a Muslim or converted to Islam later in life like Madeleine Albright did. So of course he supports sex with his first cousin and blowing up a bus stop.

  93. @biz
    Not necessarily OT: More from the women's march chair, Sharia Law advocate, and possible Saudi contractor Linda Sarsour:

    This feminist hero recently Tweeted, in reference to Ayaan Hirsi Ali, a victim of Islamic Female Genital Cutting, and some other woman, quote, "I wish I could take their vaginas away."

    Don’t you just wish you could see her confronted on that by someone like Democracy (Hypocrisy) Now!‘s Amy Goodman?

  94. @Anonymous
    Anton is bad news. He's a neocon who served in the Bush admin as a national security official and will serve in a similar capacity for Trump. He's one of those neocons like David Frum who knows that mass immigration is bad for the neocon agenda. He knows that toning down the "invite the world" makes it easier to manipulate ordinary Americans to "invade the world".

    Trump was always going to be better on immigration, but this notion many entertained that he would be some sort of genuine isolationist and Buchananite realist was mistaken. He's already been talking about "safe zones" in Syria and Yemen, started saber rattling with Iran, etc.

    “Anton is bad news.”

    He is not bad news to me.

    “He knows that toning down the “invite the world” makes it easier to manipulate ordinary Americans to “invade the world”.”

    I don’t have a problem with Neocons who are anti-open borders/anti-invite the world. For all I care ISIS can be wiped off the face of the earth and I won’t lose the least bit of sleep at night.

    ISIS LIVES DON’T MATTER.

  95. I believe it was Milo who called antifas ‘the shock troops of the Establishment.’

  96. @Truth
    These rowdy, randy, violent, entitled football-playing thugs on college campuses are out of control I tell you!

    https://www.yahoo.com/news/m/513aad1d-0c99-3476-b7d0-4882cc72120c/ss_ex-football-player-accused-in.html

    When does his protest start? I really need to pick up a few things from a burned out CVS!

    • Replies: @Truth
    ...A journey of a thousand miles...
  97. @27 year old
    I don't like Milo, but Trump should really do a joint rally with Milo, on Berkely's campus. He should frame it purely as "free speech", not an endorsement of Milo. And he should explicitly dare the antifa to come test the U.S. Secret Service.

    I don’t like Milo, but Trump should really do a joint rally with Milo, on Berkely’s campus. He should frame it purely as “free speech”, not an endorsement of Milo. And he should explicitly dare the antifa to come test the U.S. Secret Service.

    Trump’s in exceptional physical danger. I’ll be very surprised if there aren’t multiple attempts.

    Though the antifas may be harmless directly (anyone can get lucky, mind you), they’re more dangerous indirectly – namely as very visible patsies for much more dangerous forces to hide their involvement behind.

    I wouldn’t tempt fate any more than absolutely necessary. There are so many bigger fish still unfried.

    • Agree: Kylie
  98. Black is the absence of color so that won’t work. Pink is already in use by Code Pink. Lawsuits would ensue. Besides, the pussy hat women are not revolutionary. They just want to shake their money maker. The Soros Rebellion would work but it fails to specify which Soros Rebellion. Since its participants are basically rebels without a cause I would go with The Revolution About Nothing.

  99. @Anon
    They are not the Left. These clowns have no ideology or vision. They are just anarcho-nihilists with deviant tendencies who seek opportunities to smash stuff. They are the American ISIS.

    We now have the real leftist themes in our concern for workers.

    We have rightism(nationalism and security) and leftism(pro-worker policies).
    Antifa are just deviant nuts who pretend to have a cause but just like to play politics as sports cuz they didn't make it on the sports team.

    The Left is either silent or outright endorsing this punch-anyone-I-call-a-Nazi violence. Find me one prominent liberal speaking out against it.

  100. @International Jew
    The real revolution that's taken place in America is on our side and it started on the night of November 8, 2016. Its color is Orange — the color of our man's hair.

    I smell an exceptional opportunity for a remake of ‘Clockwork Orange’, my little droogies. Lots and lots of bashing about.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    I watched Clockwork Orange three times in a row recently, which I never do for movies. An incredibly entertaining movie on multiple levels.
  101. @dr kill
    I smell an exceptional opportunity for a remake of 'Clockwork Orange', my little droogies. Lots and lots of bashing about.

    I watched Clockwork Orange three times in a row recently, which I never do for movies. An incredibly entertaining movie on multiple levels.

    • Replies: @dr kill
    I'm dating myself, but I saw the first release in December 1971 in Manhattan while some friends and I from Bucks County were shooting up the joint over high school Christmas break.
    , @Jim Don Bob
    I am dating myself too, but that movie was a Big Deal when it came out. It got an X rating.
    McDowell was also good in If from 1968. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/If....
  102. @fish
    When does his protest start? I really need to pick up a few things from a burned out CVS!

    …A journey of a thousand miles…

  103. @Prof. Woland
    Steve,

    If I read the tea leaves correctly the next revolution will not be pink but blue. Women now are far better organized and are getting a much better deal from society than are men. Men are the ones who would benefit far more from organizing and the climate is such we are at the point where that could happen relatively easily now.

    What more can women get from society? They are already getting the lion's share of the public welfare spending. They consume 30-40% more health care than men throughout their entire lifetime (not just when pregnant), they can choose if they work or have children (gratis welfare) and if they work, they can avoid the hazardous and unpleasant work including selective service. They also get preferential treatment under the law including family & criminal courts.

    I think that part of the pussy pout we saw a week and a half ago was more of a "don't take away my "rights'."(i.e. privileges). Abortion and birth control will still be around for women albeit not men (because we spend nothing on Men's reproductive health). I also think it is a plea for men not to organize. Trump's support among men and married women was almost entirely organic. There is no Geo. Soros funded organizations or politicians like the Hildabeast, who advocate exclusively for men or men's issues. All Trump did is say he was not Hillary. In the future, feminism inc. will not be "pushing on an open door". We have been frozen for the last 40 years choosing to focus exclusively on women's pussies and think the society is moving forward finally.

    Pussy Pouting. Nice.

  104. @Anon
    "Europeans know the free lunch is over"

    People sure like free stuff.

    WWII is distant memory. Cold War is over and USSR is gone.

    Europe can grow independent and grow up. Besides, Russia is no threat. If there's a threat, it's from mass invasion. Also, as long as the US has hegemony over Europe, there won't be true independence.

    Russia withdrew from Eastern Europe. It is time for US to withdraw from Western Europe.

    But the US, unlike Russia, has limitless resources and has been feeding these whores pretty well. So, these European elites have grown accustomed to sucking on the American Teat. So pathetic.
    Trump tells them, "Be more independent, be more free, be more sovereign", and they whine, "But I wanna be with you guys." They are like the kid in SIXTEEN CANDLES who wants to cling to his parents. Europeans have become like basement dwellers of the US empire.

    https://getyarn.io/yarn-clip/8c43f1c7-f4ad-4c7f-b3cc-73afad48e647

    The problem for Europe is the lack of Will, especially in Germany. Germany should be the leader of Europe because of its population and industry.



    But because of WWI and esp WWII, Germans have become lacking in the Will thing. They still have industry but no will to lead or define the culture and values of Europe. Skill but no Will. For a long time, when German peoples were fractured, France was the dominant power. But once Germany united, it was bound to dominate. More people, strong work ethic, greater will, more masculine culture. Also, Germany is geographically at the center of Europe between Western Europe and Eastern Europe and between Northern Europe and Southern Europe. Things would have been different if Germany had won WWI. Maybe better for Europe in the long run. But it lost and then made a total mess of Europe with WWII, especially when it gambled all and attacked Russia.

    Germans have the biggest economy in Europe but no pride, no will, no confidence. Other European nations prefer US dominance because they fear that if the US goes, Germany might become a resurgent power since SOME nation has to be the true leader of Europe, and only Germans can do it. Because WWII narrative have become so entrenched in the EU narrative, German power is still dreaded. Also, Germany was smashed in WWII but soon recovered and was the leading economic power in Europe once more. So, Europeans feel that the only part of German Will that should be awakened is the economic. But when it comes to national will and political will, it's better to keep Germany as a servant of the US. But then, Germans are afraid of their own shadow. If Jews see Nazis everywhere, Germans see a closet Nazi within their own hearts. They are like post-alcoholics who fear even one little drinky cuz they might become drunken lunatics once again. They fear they are like the Jack Nicholson character in
    THE SHINING. He went dry but wants a drink... and then the Faustian pact with the Devil begins all over again.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HJVVGzEbJC0

    Europe has a mighty economic power in Germany, but there is the Vacuum of Will in the most important nation in Europe. Such lack of Will means lack of agency and lack of confidence. It means lack of ability to understand Germany's true responsibility and destiny. Any sane German could see that the main problem facing Germany is low birthrates and mass invasion. But Germans lack the will to see the real dangers. They are afraid of their own thoughts based on self-interest since such might be 'Nazi'. So, they rely on the narrative and advice of others, especially Jews who've been collectively anointed by Holocaust Narrative. But too many Jews are merely in revenge mode even while pretending to care. This revenge feeling among Jews is understandable given the Holocaust, but we need to be honest about its nature. Jews are NOT looking out for the best interest of Germans. Germans have to wake up and realize the truth for themselves. A nation that outsources narrative, agency, and advice to others is a dead nations. Russia did that in the 90s, and what happened?
    Because Germany relies on the US narrative(and since US dominated by Jews who, though a minority, have majority power in elite institutions), the advice that Germany has been getting is RUSSIA IS THE BIG DANGER and MASS MIGRATION FROM AFRICA AND MIDDLE EAST IS A BLESSING.
    Germany fears a fantastical bogeyman while welcoming real rapists, murderers, and barbarian hordes. Sarrazin did show sanity and agency when he wrote GERMAN ABOLISHES ITSELF, but the globalist advice was HE IS NEW NAZI, FIRE HIM, AND BLACKLIST HIM. Meanwhile, Merkel who invites invasion into Germany is hailed by TIME and other rags that are now totally the property of the GLOB.

    On the positive side, the lack of German Will that brought upon migrant crisis has led to the weakening of EU and the resurgence of nationalism. If European nations cannot look up to Germany as a sane and responsible leader/defender of Germany --- and when the US is telling Europeans to welcome invasion --- , nationalism is the only way to go. (Paradoxically, the German lack of Will has become a kind of Anti-Will as powerful as the Will. Germans fear the Will since they figure Will can lead to Will to Power and then to Will to War. So, Germans must suppress their Will to Victory. But in their zealous suppression of the Will, they have developed a Will to Destruction. Anti-Will becomes a new kind of Will. Sarrazin's book title suggests as much. I mean what nation abolishes itself? It takes a certain will to invite destruction. So, the German lack of agency to save itself have become an agency to abolish itself. It is in Gotterdammerung mode. It's like when Hitler figured he couldn't conquer the world and gain victory, he told Speer to destroy Germany itself. Abolish it as punishment for having failed him. A willed attack on the Will. So, there are strange parallels between Hitler and Merkel. Hitler imposed his national will on other nations. And Merkel, in her crazed anti-will, tries to impose German self-abolishment as the model for other nations too. "If we go down, you Hungarians and Poles must go down with us. Embrace invasion!!")

    But it wasn't always like this. During the Cold War, the US didn't object to Germany's blood-criteria for citizenship. Also, the US didn't tell Europeans to welcome invasion back then. And even though Germany was repentant about WWII, most Europeans buried the hatchet and looked to Germany as a positive model. And Germany, France, and UK --- the three major powers of Europe --- had more agency and sovereignty back then. Also, the role of US was to defend Western Europe from the USSR.
    But something terrible happened. When communism fell, the West could have given good sound advice to Russia. But globalists just used it to loot the country and turn Russia from the West. And decadence, once a mere facet of capitalism, became the norm in the West, especially with the rise of homomania. And neo-savagery spread through rap culture and Negromania whereupon even European nations decided to Africanize their sports and sex culture. Also, the rise of finance as the main US industry led to all kinds of nasty behavior around the world, not least by crooks like Soros and Madoff.
    The rise of PC castrated European men and rise of feminism mixed with trash culture turned women into a bunch of whores. Amnesia Rays from TV culture turned Europeans into ahistorical morons. In earlier times, Europe was known as a book culture, but over time, it became just another Amerika. The excessive decadence of the European Left since May 68 led to collapse of meaningful intellectual discourse. If the European Right lost legitimacy after WWII, the European left lost relevance after it adopted either radical nutjob agendas(like Maoism) or fetish for theories that had nothing to do with reality. Has anyone made sense of Derrida yet?
    In time, the only things left were narcissism, greed, vanity, PC cult of slogans as truths, hedonism, and globalist power(dominated by US).

    EU was supposed to make Europe like the United States. Such notion suggests how Europeans came to model themselves on America. While American progs were saying how wonderful Europe is -- with its social democratic policies -- and how America should aspire to be more like Europe, Europeans were thinking the opposite and trying to make themselves more like the US. So, turn European nations into something like American states. Increase diversity so that EU can have 'cool' blacks like the US. Also, EU would prove that they can do it right! If US brought blacks as slaves and mistreated them, which accounts for black problems in the US, the EU would welcome the negroes and treat them nice and turn them into black Europeans. The result is predictable. Same problems over there. In the end, US didn't become like EU, and EU didn't become like the US. They both merged into the GLOB empire whose agenda was to weaken both European and American sovereignty.
    While it's true that America has power over EU, the fact is most Americans don't have sovereignty over themselves. US is controlled by the GLOB, and EU is controlled by the US. So, both are under GLOB rule.

    I suspect that part of the reason why the American gentile elites love to lord over EU(and other foreign nations) is that they've been reduced in size in the US. If you're a white gentile elite member in the US military or some institution, you must always be in defensive, apologetic, and sorryass cucky mode. You must feel as a moral inferior to Jews, blacks, homos, immigrants, feminists, and even illegal invaders and trannies.
    White gentiles are not allowed Will and Agency of power within the US. They can only act big, tough, and noble OUTSIDE the US. In the EU, they can play big dog against the Russian Bear. This is allowed by the GLOB that sees Russia and parts of the Muslim world as the main enemies of GLOB power. So, while McCain, Graham, and so much of Pentagon Brass bow their heads and stare at the ground before their GLOB masters in the US, they can bark and talk tough outside the US.
    They can't have Will in the US but can have Will outside the US. But is it really Will or mere semblance of Will? After all, they can only act tough outside the US when permitted by the GLOB. They can bark at Iran and Russia but not at Israel and Saudi Arabia. Is a barking dog ever free of his master?

    “Europeans know the free lunch is over”

    People sure like free stuff.

    WWII is distant memory. Cold War is over and USSR is gone.

    Europe can grow independent and grow up. Besides, Russia is no threat. If there’s a threat, it’s from mass invasion. Also, as long as the US has hegemony over Europe, there won’t be true independence.

    Well said.

  105. @Steve Sailer
    I watched Clockwork Orange three times in a row recently, which I never do for movies. An incredibly entertaining movie on multiple levels.

    I’m dating myself, but I saw the first release in December 1971 in Manhattan while some friends and I from Bucks County were shooting up the joint over high school Christmas break.

  106. @Buffalo Joe
    Jason, I would think that the new DOJ should investigate to see if these new "protesters" are organized and cross state lines to promote violence and then search out their financial backers through a RICO investigation. I would love to see the money trail lead to the Clintons and their backers or better yet Obama's crew.

    I like the way you think.

  107. @Jack Hanson
    BLM is currently rallying in support of prison rioters in Delaware.

    So far the body count is one black correctional sergeant, killed by the prisoners.
  108. @Anonymous
    Yes, I've read him. "Steve supporters" aren't monolithic. I don't think he's changed his fundamental neocon outlook, given his background. One of his recent pieces was published in the Claremont Review, a neocon outfit. As I said, he's one of the neocons who knows he can't have his cake and eat it too. He recognizes that "invite the world" jeopardizes the American body politic as an extended phenotype of neocon aims and aspirations.

    Is Anton jewish?

    • Replies: @PV van der Byl
    Roman Catholic with Italian ancestry.
  109. @Steve Sailer
    I watched Clockwork Orange three times in a row recently, which I never do for movies. An incredibly entertaining movie on multiple levels.

    I am dating myself too, but that movie was a Big Deal when it came out. It got an X rating.
    McDowell was also good in If from 1968. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/If….

  110. @Desiderius
    Anonymous, you're mistaken.

    Decius has commented here. Have you read his essays and comments? He's a Steve supporter.

    Overlapping pseudonyms don’t prove anything. Lots of people sign in here as some personality in the news, often as a joke.

    • Replies: @Desiderius
    It was him.
  111. “Similarly, ISIS, which is such an inspiration to the Berkeley bullies, go for black and white rather than womanish pink.”

    Left Wingers jumped on the pro-ISIS bandwagon because Che Guevara alone is no longer violent enough for their likings.

  112. @Dissident
    [Going off on a tangent]

    When did normal men and even "alphas" start wearing pink and purple?

    Both President Trump as well as at least one of his adult sons have appeared wearing ties that were pink and/or purple. (In the case of at least one of the sons, I cannot rule-out the possibility that I even saw him in a pink or purple shirt.)

    Ron Paul, in his recent interview with InfoWars quack Alex Jones, was wearing a pink shirt.

    Lest anyone assume or suspect otherwise, let me say that I neither embrace nor exemplify any kind of machismo ideal. Far from it. I will also note that I suspect that I am considerably younger than most people would imagine someone expressing such thoughts to be. Perhaps I just wasn't paying close enough attention until recently, I don't know. But what can I say? To see normal (i.e, unambiguously "cis-gender" and heterosexual by all indications) men wearing colors that I always associated with femininity and male homosexuality is odd to me.

    (Of course it goes without saying that such thoughts are yet further proof -- as if any more were needed-- of just how deplorably "homophobic", "transphobic" and "cis-hetero-normative-centric", etc., etc. I am.)

    [Following from the tangent, to a topic completely removed from that of Mr. Sailer's post:]

    Also, speaking of the President and his sons, something I should have asked in one of the inauguration threads but missed my chance:

    For anyone who watched the President's youngest son, Barron, at all during the inauguration: Do you think the boy was trying to emulate his father's signature facial expressions (those distinct grins and grimaces)?

    I recall that wearing a pink shirt was very much an Alpha male kind of clothing choice on Wall Street and Main Street corporate America even four decades ago. It was only IBM guys who wore white every day. Pink shirts have been a standard item at Brooks Brothers and similar American clothiers for several decades.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    I wore a pink buttoned down shirt to work at times in the 1980s. It was a pretty standard yuppie dress shirt. I vaguely recall it as being a preppie look, kind of Brooks Brothersy. This guy who worked for me was from a super uppercrust Long Island north shore family and he talked me into a more Brooks Brothers look.
  113. @Dissident
    [Going off on a tangent]

    When did normal men and even "alphas" start wearing pink and purple?

    Both President Trump as well as at least one of his adult sons have appeared wearing ties that were pink and/or purple. (In the case of at least one of the sons, I cannot rule-out the possibility that I even saw him in a pink or purple shirt.)

    Ron Paul, in his recent interview with InfoWars quack Alex Jones, was wearing a pink shirt.

    Lest anyone assume or suspect otherwise, let me say that I neither embrace nor exemplify any kind of machismo ideal. Far from it. I will also note that I suspect that I am considerably younger than most people would imagine someone expressing such thoughts to be. Perhaps I just wasn't paying close enough attention until recently, I don't know. But what can I say? To see normal (i.e, unambiguously "cis-gender" and heterosexual by all indications) men wearing colors that I always associated with femininity and male homosexuality is odd to me.

    (Of course it goes without saying that such thoughts are yet further proof -- as if any more were needed-- of just how deplorably "homophobic", "transphobic" and "cis-hetero-normative-centric", etc., etc. I am.)

    [Following from the tangent, to a topic completely removed from that of Mr. Sailer's post:]

    Also, speaking of the President and his sons, something I should have asked in one of the inauguration threads but missed my chance:

    For anyone who watched the President's youngest son, Barron, at all during the inauguration: Do you think the boy was trying to emulate his father's signature facial expressions (those distinct grins and grimaces)?

    Young sons tend to model themselves on their fathers, especially if the father is an alpha. This is as old as humankind and normal, and may well be instinctive in our species.

    Not for nothing did the phrase “chip off the old block” arise.

    • Replies: @Dissident
    Of course. I would never suggest otherwise.

    I was simply asking whether people thought that the facial expressions exhibited by young Barron during the inauguration were, in fact, a deliberate attempt on his part to imitate his father.

    Apropos the general topic of a son emulating his father, let me say that in the area of personal character and family life, I would hope that young Barron would look to someone like Jeff Sessions as a role model. Looking at Sessions with his family, I could not help but to be moved at how decent, wholesome and humble they appeared. What a disgrace for a fine man like that to be smeared by individuals not fit to shine his shoes.

  114. @Jim Don Bob
    The Weekly Standard article on Decius (http://www.weeklystandard.com/decius-unmasked/article/2006623?utm_campaign=Weekly%20Standard%20News%20Brief) suggests he regrets his views on the Iraq war.

    He is 100% right about how all the NeverTrumpers made quite a nice living losing to the Democrats for years while loudly trumpeting their conservatism.

    And here’s the kvetch-take: http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/2017/02/americas-leading-authoritarian-intellectual-works-for-trump.html

    They’re sure open about their demographic strategy when they think it’s such a sure winner you can’t do anything about it, but when it loses, oy! — don’t you dare talk about it, you authoritarian fascist.

    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob
    I am old enough to remember when Clay Felker (I think) was the editor of New York magazine and it was actually worth reading.

    The same is true of Esquire, Harpers, The Atlantic, Mad Magazine, etc. Sad, really. Don't even SJWs get tired of having their world view reinforced everywhere? Maybe they need a Tiny Duck!

  115. I do think an attempt at a coup is in the offing. Its not just ALL the Tech titans, including Uber’s and Elon Musk as well as Gates, Zuck, Google, etc. resigning from Trump’s Advisory council and screaming 24/7 over a pause in people from seven Muslim nations where there are either no central governments or cooperative ones. Its Ford, its Starbucks, its Wal-Mart, its Nancy Pelosi calling Steve Bannon a White Racist Nationalist. Its California being a SANCTUARY STATE. Its California refusing to send any money to the Feds. Its Sarah Silverman calling for a Military Coup. Along with a lot of others, including Ashton Kutcher saying he’s a citizen of the World, and Judd Apatow calling for violence against Trump Supporters.

    Still think Hollywood is conservative Steve? They don’t look like socially conservative people at all.

    The media and Dem party and most of the Federal Government is having a total meltdown and call themselves “the Resistance” and have as their sacred mission to remove Trump (and Pence) and create an Open Borders White (male discriminated) minority nation. This is their goal. They want it desperately.

    My guess is that Dems and the Rinos like Trump haters such as “Light in his loafers” Grahamnesty and Juan McLettuce McCain gin up some articles of Impeachment and when it fails the various Joint Chiefs, all promoted by Bush 1, Clinton, Bush 2, and finally Obama, TRY to remove Trump and install someone like … Raila Odinga 2 aka Dear Leader Obama. Who can’t shut up about Trump. After all, Gen Casey said it would be most tragic if diversity was hit when AllaSnackbar Maj. Hassan had to diversify 14 people at Fort Hood.

    ALREADY there is talk of California Secession, and social media is full of “punch a Nazi” (any White male not ashamed of his penis and not named Bill Clinton).

    I have no idea if this will succeed. It depends on how much lower officers and cops and enlisted men react — backing either Trump or Gen. Casey and the like. But its clear that’s where Dems no doubt LED BY OBAMA are heading. Obama is a cousin of Raila Odinga, and this is straight out of his playbook in Kenya. Obama is no doubt organizing this.

    • Replies: @27 year old
    >ALREADY there is talk of California Secession,

    You say this like it's a bad thing...
    , @Anonymous

    I do think an attempt at a coup is in the offing. Its not just ALL the Tech titans, including Uber’s and Elon Musk as well as Gates, Zuck, Google, etc. resigning from Trump’s Advisory council and screaming 24/7 over a pause in people from seven Muslim nations where there are either no central governments or cooperative ones.
     
    Was this a Trump misfire? Will it give tech corporations pious cover for their real intentions: keeping cheap H1-Bs?
  116. @Steve Sailer
    Overlapping pseudonyms don't prove anything. Lots of people sign in here as some personality in the news, often as a joke.

    It was him.

    • Replies: @Dan Hayes
    Desiderius:

    How do you know "it was him"?
  117. @Anonymous
    And here's the kvetch-take: http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/2017/02/americas-leading-authoritarian-intellectual-works-for-trump.html

    They're sure open about their demographic strategy when they think it's such a sure winner you can't do anything about it, but when it loses, oy! -- don't you dare talk about it, you authoritarian fascist.

    I am old enough to remember when Clay Felker (I think) was the editor of New York magazine and it was actually worth reading.

    The same is true of Esquire, Harpers, The Atlantic, Mad Magazine, etc. Sad, really. Don’t even SJWs get tired of having their world view reinforced everywhere? Maybe they need a Tiny Duck!

  118. @Whiskey
    I do think an attempt at a coup is in the offing. Its not just ALL the Tech titans, including Uber's and Elon Musk as well as Gates, Zuck, Google, etc. resigning from Trump's Advisory council and screaming 24/7 over a pause in people from seven Muslim nations where there are either no central governments or cooperative ones. Its Ford, its Starbucks, its Wal-Mart, its Nancy Pelosi calling Steve Bannon a White Racist Nationalist. Its California being a SANCTUARY STATE. Its California refusing to send any money to the Feds. Its Sarah Silverman calling for a Military Coup. Along with a lot of others, including Ashton Kutcher saying he's a citizen of the World, and Judd Apatow calling for violence against Trump Supporters.

    Still think Hollywood is conservative Steve? They don't look like socially conservative people at all.

    The media and Dem party and most of the Federal Government is having a total meltdown and call themselves "the Resistance" and have as their sacred mission to remove Trump (and Pence) and create an Open Borders White (male discriminated) minority nation. This is their goal. They want it desperately.

    My guess is that Dems and the Rinos like Trump haters such as "Light in his loafers" Grahamnesty and Juan McLettuce McCain gin up some articles of Impeachment and when it fails the various Joint Chiefs, all promoted by Bush 1, Clinton, Bush 2, and finally Obama, TRY to remove Trump and install someone like ... Raila Odinga 2 aka Dear Leader Obama. Who can't shut up about Trump. After all, Gen Casey said it would be most tragic if diversity was hit when AllaSnackbar Maj. Hassan had to diversify 14 people at Fort Hood.

    ALREADY there is talk of California Secession, and social media is full of "punch a Nazi" (any White male not ashamed of his penis and not named Bill Clinton).

    I have no idea if this will succeed. It depends on how much lower officers and cops and enlisted men react -- backing either Trump or Gen. Casey and the like. But its clear that's where Dems no doubt LED BY OBAMA are heading. Obama is a cousin of Raila Odinga, and this is straight out of his playbook in Kenya. Obama is no doubt organizing this.

    >ALREADY there is talk of California Secession,

    You say this like it’s a bad thing…

    • Replies: @anon
    CALEXIT is the only hope to prevent Mexifornia virus turning the nation into Amexico.
  119. @27 year old
    >ALREADY there is talk of California Secession,

    You say this like it's a bad thing...

    CALEXIT is the only hope to prevent Mexifornia virus turning the nation into Amexico.

  120. @Anon
    They are not the Left. These clowns have no ideology or vision. They are just anarcho-nihilists with deviant tendencies who seek opportunities to smash stuff. They are the American ISIS.

    We now have the real leftist themes in our concern for workers.

    We have rightism(nationalism and security) and leftism(pro-worker policies).
    Antifa are just deviant nuts who pretend to have a cause but just like to play politics as sports cuz they didn't make it on the sports team.

    “They are not the Left. These clowns have no ideology or vision. They are just anarcho-nihilists with deviant tendencies who seek opportunities to smash stuff. They are the American ISIS.

    We now have the real leftist themes in our concern for workers.

    We have rightism(nationalism and security) and leftism(pro-worker policies).
    Antifa are just deviant nuts who pretend to have a cause but just like to play politics as sports cuz they didn’t make it on the sports team.”

    You are 100 percent wrong. These thugs are 100 percent aligned with the political Left. There is no way in hell they would be violently rioting if it was Kim Jong Un for example who was scheduled to speak in Berkeley instead of Milo Yiannopoulos.

  121. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @Whiskey
    I do think an attempt at a coup is in the offing. Its not just ALL the Tech titans, including Uber's and Elon Musk as well as Gates, Zuck, Google, etc. resigning from Trump's Advisory council and screaming 24/7 over a pause in people from seven Muslim nations where there are either no central governments or cooperative ones. Its Ford, its Starbucks, its Wal-Mart, its Nancy Pelosi calling Steve Bannon a White Racist Nationalist. Its California being a SANCTUARY STATE. Its California refusing to send any money to the Feds. Its Sarah Silverman calling for a Military Coup. Along with a lot of others, including Ashton Kutcher saying he's a citizen of the World, and Judd Apatow calling for violence against Trump Supporters.

    Still think Hollywood is conservative Steve? They don't look like socially conservative people at all.

    The media and Dem party and most of the Federal Government is having a total meltdown and call themselves "the Resistance" and have as their sacred mission to remove Trump (and Pence) and create an Open Borders White (male discriminated) minority nation. This is their goal. They want it desperately.

    My guess is that Dems and the Rinos like Trump haters such as "Light in his loafers" Grahamnesty and Juan McLettuce McCain gin up some articles of Impeachment and when it fails the various Joint Chiefs, all promoted by Bush 1, Clinton, Bush 2, and finally Obama, TRY to remove Trump and install someone like ... Raila Odinga 2 aka Dear Leader Obama. Who can't shut up about Trump. After all, Gen Casey said it would be most tragic if diversity was hit when AllaSnackbar Maj. Hassan had to diversify 14 people at Fort Hood.

    ALREADY there is talk of California Secession, and social media is full of "punch a Nazi" (any White male not ashamed of his penis and not named Bill Clinton).

    I have no idea if this will succeed. It depends on how much lower officers and cops and enlisted men react -- backing either Trump or Gen. Casey and the like. But its clear that's where Dems no doubt LED BY OBAMA are heading. Obama is a cousin of Raila Odinga, and this is straight out of his playbook in Kenya. Obama is no doubt organizing this.

    I do think an attempt at a coup is in the offing. Its not just ALL the Tech titans, including Uber’s and Elon Musk as well as Gates, Zuck, Google, etc. resigning from Trump’s Advisory council and screaming 24/7 over a pause in people from seven Muslim nations where there are either no central governments or cooperative ones.

    Was this a Trump misfire? Will it give tech corporations pious cover for their real intentions: keeping cheap H1-Bs?

  122. @Desiderius
    It was him.

    Desiderius:

    How do you know “it was him”?

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    It's against the rules to dox pseudonymous commenters, whether accurately or inaccurately.
  123. @Dan Hayes
    Desiderius:

    How do you know "it was him"?

    It’s against the rules to dox pseudonymous commenters, whether accurately or inaccurately.

    • Replies: @Desiderius
    I know what Steve's doing here, but a strategic point needs to be made.

    If Steve, and those who agree with him, are right we'll be seeing a lot of converts, and we'll need them to get our country back.

    Perhaps best not to dwell on prior commitments in that context.
  124. @Anon
    Look at any pop music (((vid))). Colors are black for men & blonde for women.

    “Look at any pop music (((vid))). Colors are black for men & blonde for women.”

    You obviously live in a cave and extremely out of touch. This what a typical average rap video looks like. Do you see any blonde Nordic Aryan Goddesses shaking their asses?

  125. @Steve Sailer
    It's against the rules to dox pseudonymous commenters, whether accurately or inaccurately.

    I know what Steve’s doing here, but a strategic point needs to be made.

    If Steve, and those who agree with him, are right we’ll be seeing a lot of converts, and we’ll need them to get our country back.

    Perhaps best not to dwell on prior commitments in that context.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    I put a high priority on protecting the identity of commenters who choose to use a pseudonymous handle.

    My personal policy is to not try to figure out who commenters are.

    I realize it's fun to speculate about who various commenters might really be, but I would like to discourage anyone from using my comments section to try to link commenters to their real world identities, whether such connections are real or imagined.
    , @Desiderius
    To be clear, I'm referring here to Anonymous's original comment slagging Anton.
  126. @Desiderius
    I know what Steve's doing here, but a strategic point needs to be made.

    If Steve, and those who agree with him, are right we'll be seeing a lot of converts, and we'll need them to get our country back.

    Perhaps best not to dwell on prior commitments in that context.

    I put a high priority on protecting the identity of commenters who choose to use a pseudonymous handle.

    My personal policy is to not try to figure out who commenters are.

    I realize it’s fun to speculate about who various commenters might really be, but I would like to discourage anyone from using my comments section to try to link commenters to their real world identities, whether such connections are real or imagined.

    • Agree: Desiderius, Dan Hayes
  127. This http://buchanan.org/blog/coming-clash-iran-126494 makes whatever “honeymoon” Trump is enjoying short lived. Starting a war is absolutely the surest way for him to lose the presidency; why is he not getting that?

    • Replies: @Anon
    With Trump, it could be just bluffing and bluster.
  128. @Desiderius
    I know what Steve's doing here, but a strategic point needs to be made.

    If Steve, and those who agree with him, are right we'll be seeing a lot of converts, and we'll need them to get our country back.

    Perhaps best not to dwell on prior commitments in that context.

    To be clear, I’m referring here to Anonymous’s original comment slagging Anton.

  129. @PiltdownMan
    I recall that wearing a pink shirt was very much an Alpha male kind of clothing choice on Wall Street and Main Street corporate America even four decades ago. It was only IBM guys who wore white every day. Pink shirts have been a standard item at Brooks Brothers and similar American clothiers for several decades.

    I wore a pink buttoned down shirt to work at times in the 1980s. It was a pretty standard yuppie dress shirt. I vaguely recall it as being a preppie look, kind of Brooks Brothersy. This guy who worked for me was from a super uppercrust Long Island north shore family and he talked me into a more Brooks Brothers look.

    • Replies: @The Last Real Calvinist

    I wore a pink buttoned down shirt to work at times in the 1980s. It was a pretty standard yuppie dress shirt. I vaguely recall it as being a preppie look, kind of Brooks Brothersy.

     

    I was in high school in the early 80s, and the pink shirt/gray trousers look was everywhere, even in the cultural backwater that was Sioux County, Iowa.

    I still have a couple of pink shirts now; they complement a lot of colors.
  130. @Dissident
    [Going off on a tangent]

    When did normal men and even "alphas" start wearing pink and purple?

    Both President Trump as well as at least one of his adult sons have appeared wearing ties that were pink and/or purple. (In the case of at least one of the sons, I cannot rule-out the possibility that I even saw him in a pink or purple shirt.)

    Ron Paul, in his recent interview with InfoWars quack Alex Jones, was wearing a pink shirt.

    Lest anyone assume or suspect otherwise, let me say that I neither embrace nor exemplify any kind of machismo ideal. Far from it. I will also note that I suspect that I am considerably younger than most people would imagine someone expressing such thoughts to be. Perhaps I just wasn't paying close enough attention until recently, I don't know. But what can I say? To see normal (i.e, unambiguously "cis-gender" and heterosexual by all indications) men wearing colors that I always associated with femininity and male homosexuality is odd to me.

    (Of course it goes without saying that such thoughts are yet further proof -- as if any more were needed-- of just how deplorably "homophobic", "transphobic" and "cis-hetero-normative-centric", etc., etc. I am.)

    [Following from the tangent, to a topic completely removed from that of Mr. Sailer's post:]

    Also, speaking of the President and his sons, something I should have asked in one of the inauguration threads but missed my chance:

    For anyone who watched the President's youngest son, Barron, at all during the inauguration: Do you think the boy was trying to emulate his father's signature facial expressions (those distinct grins and grimaces)?

    When did normal men and even “alphas” start wearing pink and purple?

    I would guess around the civil war.

    I http://www.thescavenger.net/feminism-a-pop-culture-sp-9560/feminism-a-pop-culture/128-how-the-colour-pink-lost-its-masculinity.html

    http://www.npr.org/2014/04/01/297159948/girls-are-taught-to-think-pink-but-that-wasnt-always-so

    Pink used to be identified with Mars, ultra masculine, blue with Venus, the opposite.
    At some point your slavemasters decided to reverse this, well, probably, just because they own you, and they can do what they want.

    • Replies: @Marat Said
    In 3rd and 2nd millennium BC Sumerian and Akkadian incantations for pregnant women and those about to go into labor, their wombs were likened to ships laden with a cargo of precious stone, lapis lazuli for boys and carnelian for girls. So the connection of blue=boy, reddish=girl has a 4500 year-old pedigree.

    Can you tell me where the association of Mars with pink comes from? It seems, at first glance, rather implausible.
  131. @anon
    This http://buchanan.org/blog/coming-clash-iran-126494 makes whatever "honeymoon" Trump is enjoying short lived. Starting a war is absolutely the surest way for him to lose the presidency; why is he not getting that?

    With Trump, it could be just bluffing and bluster.

  132. Given it’s the anniversary of the first color revolution in 1917 (funded by Wall St like the rest) you’d think Red would suit but as mentioned above they already had a trial run of purple already – the Clinton photograph for anyone who missed it.

    • Replies: @anon
    just remembered Trump took red with the hats
  133. @Thea
    It's actually very easy for the police to prevent violence like this. Barricades to separate sides, but give both public space strictly enforced, arrest immediately for violation.

    The police in Berkely are choosing to allow this.

    yes – senior officers anyway

  134. @Anon
    They are not the Left. These clowns have no ideology or vision. They are just anarcho-nihilists with deviant tendencies who seek opportunities to smash stuff. They are the American ISIS.

    We now have the real leftist themes in our concern for workers.

    We have rightism(nationalism and security) and leftism(pro-worker policies).
    Antifa are just deviant nuts who pretend to have a cause but just like to play politics as sports cuz they didn't make it on the sports team.

    antifa are SJWs who like violence – they are absolutely part of the identity politics Left and the tip of the current political left’s spear which is why they are tolerated and protected by the media and academia

  135. @Buffalo Joe
    Jason, I would think that the new DOJ should investigate to see if these new "protesters" are organized and cross state lines to promote violence and then search out their financial backers through a RICO investigation. I would love to see the money trail lead to the Clintons and their backers or better yet Obama's crew.

    RICO is exactly how to play it – they are organised that way *and* they’re careless because they think (correctly till now) that they were safe (as GOPe would never go after them.)

  136. @anon
    Given it's the anniversary of the first color revolution in 1917 (funded by Wall St like the rest) you'd think Red would suit but as mentioned above they already had a trial run of purple already - the Clinton photograph for anyone who missed it.

    just remembered Trump took red with the hats

  137. Anonymous [AKA "20thC greenie"] says:

    Maybe there’s going to be a split between the two? Feminism is mostly a white western middle- and upper-class cause.

    These violent demonstrations are more old fashioned. Streetfighting is for the men, while the women cheer from the sidelines and reward those who fight well. And men can be violent towards women who “don’t behave properly” – like being Trump supporters.

    The enthusiasm in the news and social media shows that a lot of “progressives” are quite happy with this reversion to traditional gender roles.

  138. @Opinionator
    Is Anton jewish?

    Roman Catholic with Italian ancestry.

  139. The tirade in Berkeley is more defensive in nature. So was the million pussy march. Yes, they have their violent agitators and foul mouthed perverts but in both cases they were sending a warning shot to the Trump Administration. Hopefully he and the rest of us will not back off.

    The Berkeley riot was a reaction by the leftist to Milo standing in the middle of their safe space or what they perceive as their turf pouring salt on their failure, shame, and weakness. The reason they cannot allow him to talk is because what he is saying is true; even if only a bit hateful. The left can ignore the right such as Breitbart because it is operating on the internet where viewership is optional but once that message gets into the public domain such as TV or live theater then the radicals cannot let it stand. Milo Yiannopoulos is only giving the left a taste of what the right gets daily in the MSM and they don’t like it.

    The million pussy march is similar. From what I could tell, they were not bitching about equal pay or rape culture as much as they were groaning about abortion (something which is legal and will be for the next generation) and nostalgically reminiscing about 2nd wave feminism. They threw in the intersectional BS as filler because they did not have enough to bellyache about. They know deep down that it is their turn to listen to what they have done to society and the country and they just cannot fucking stand it.

    As long as they are the ones talking they do not have to listen.

  140. @Dissident

    He [President Trump] should frame it purely as “free speech”, not an endorsement of Milo.
     
    That is precisely how Noam Chomsky framed the controversial endorsement he made decades ago of a book by Robert Faurisson, a French denier of the Nazi genocide. Professor Chomsky, who actually wrote a foreword to Faurisson's work, insisted that in doing so, he (Chomsky) was only taking a principled stand for freedom of speech/ freedom of the press and was in no way endorsing or sanctioning Faurisson's views. Chomsky is widely quoted as saying that it is precisely for speech that is unpopular and deemed hateful that protections for freedom of speech are necessary; for no one, argues Chomsky, objects to the expression of views that they find agreeable.

    I wonder if we will see the seasoned leftist intellectual icon take a principled stand-- on the very same grounds-- in defense of the rights of Milo Yiannopoulos, to speak, and the right of the students who invited him to speak. And, also, against the serious violence that has been perpetrated by the "protesters".

    There is an image making the rounds which is allegedly a screen cap of an email from Chomsky in which he seems to condemn the violent protests and nazi punching. Chomsky says that it’s wrong in principle but also tactically bad. Doubt there will be any public statement of course

    • Replies: @Dissident
    Thank you.
  141. OT: Clock Boy’s suit against Ben Shapiro was dismissed and Ben can collect attorney’s fees, court costs, etc.

    http://legalinsurrection.com/2017/02/clock-boy-suit-against-ben-shapiro-dismissed/

    OT2: Mr. Clean goes black: http://www.statesman.com/news/national/new-clean-bald-buff-and-black/eH1Fevp1ptvxjkVa9LpS0L/

  142. @grapesoda
    I'd assume just because they are in touch with the times and the times they is tending towards female supremacy. No man exists independently of his own epoch and place.

    Also, one needs to know when to pick one's battles. That is Strategy 101. Notice Trump went along with the Gay issue. Because NO ONE CARES. It was the Left who tried to make it into an issue. Likewise, he let Ivanka spout some feminist crap about equal pay. Trump is extremely reactionary about extremely core issues, but very lax and liberal about others. It's been a long time since anyone has ever seen a political strategist like God Emperor Trump. Up until now they've been mostly playing along Red/Blue constituency lines.

    Also, one needs to know when to pick one’s battles. That is Strategy 101.

    I never meant to suggest that I thought that the President, in wearing pink or purple, had failed to take some stand that I had thought he should have taken.

    Notice Trump went along with the Gay issue.

    Oh, I noticed alright. Believe me, I noticed…

    Because NO ONE CARES.

    I would urge people to read the post of mine that I linked just above. In it, I enumerate a number of reasons why nearly everyone (including, and especially those who may be homosexually-inclined themselves) should care.

    It’s been a long time since anyone has ever seen a political strategist like God Emperor Trump.

    Perhaps. Or perhaps, as I recently saw another commenter here argue, Trump’s success is more a result of just how insane the situation has become and how untenable what his opponents represent has become.

    Thanks for replying.

  143. @PiltdownMan
    Young sons tend to model themselves on their fathers, especially if the father is an alpha. This is as old as humankind and normal, and may well be instinctive in our species.

    Not for nothing did the phrase "chip off the old block" arise.

    Of course. I would never suggest otherwise.

    I was simply asking whether people thought that the facial expressions exhibited by young Barron during the inauguration were, in fact, a deliberate attempt on his part to imitate his father.

    Apropos the general topic of a son emulating his father, let me say that in the area of personal character and family life, I would hope that young Barron would look to someone like Jeff Sessions as a role model. Looking at Sessions with his family, I could not help but to be moved at how decent, wholesome and humble they appeared. What a disgrace for a fine man like that to be smeared by individuals not fit to shine his shoes.

    • Replies: @PiltdownMan

    Of course. I would never suggest otherwise.

    I was simply asking whether people thought that the facial expressions exhibited by young Barron during the inauguration were, in fact, a deliberate attempt on his part to imitate his father.
     

    No insinuation intended, on my part, and, I trust, no offense taken?

    Actually, my wife and I, too, noticed that during the inauguration and were wondering the same thing. Kids do the cutest things, and Barron may well have reasoned, in the manner of a child, that that was the right and proper thing to do!

  144. @Dissident
    [Going off on a tangent]

    When did normal men and even "alphas" start wearing pink and purple?

    Both President Trump as well as at least one of his adult sons have appeared wearing ties that were pink and/or purple. (In the case of at least one of the sons, I cannot rule-out the possibility that I even saw him in a pink or purple shirt.)

    Ron Paul, in his recent interview with InfoWars quack Alex Jones, was wearing a pink shirt.

    Lest anyone assume or suspect otherwise, let me say that I neither embrace nor exemplify any kind of machismo ideal. Far from it. I will also note that I suspect that I am considerably younger than most people would imagine someone expressing such thoughts to be. Perhaps I just wasn't paying close enough attention until recently, I don't know. But what can I say? To see normal (i.e, unambiguously "cis-gender" and heterosexual by all indications) men wearing colors that I always associated with femininity and male homosexuality is odd to me.

    (Of course it goes without saying that such thoughts are yet further proof -- as if any more were needed-- of just how deplorably "homophobic", "transphobic" and "cis-hetero-normative-centric", etc., etc. I am.)

    [Following from the tangent, to a topic completely removed from that of Mr. Sailer's post:]

    Also, speaking of the President and his sons, something I should have asked in one of the inauguration threads but missed my chance:

    For anyone who watched the President's youngest son, Barron, at all during the inauguration: Do you think the boy was trying to emulate his father's signature facial expressions (those distinct grins and grimaces)?

    Thanks to all who replied to this (and all who may yet still).

  145. @Anon
    They are not the Left. These clowns have no ideology or vision. They are just anarcho-nihilists with deviant tendencies who seek opportunities to smash stuff. They are the American ISIS.

    We now have the real leftist themes in our concern for workers.

    We have rightism(nationalism and security) and leftism(pro-worker policies).
    Antifa are just deviant nuts who pretend to have a cause but just like to play politics as sports cuz they didn't make it on the sports team.

    They are not the Left. These clowns have no ideology or vision.

    True, but the globalists who bankroll these losers certainly have a vision. And it’s a vision as far removed from leftism as could possibly be imagined.

    We now have the real leftist themes in our concern for workers.

    Trump is the only American political candidate in recent memory with an actual awareness of class conflict.

  146. @Dissident
    Of course. I would never suggest otherwise.

    I was simply asking whether people thought that the facial expressions exhibited by young Barron during the inauguration were, in fact, a deliberate attempt on his part to imitate his father.

    Apropos the general topic of a son emulating his father, let me say that in the area of personal character and family life, I would hope that young Barron would look to someone like Jeff Sessions as a role model. Looking at Sessions with his family, I could not help but to be moved at how decent, wholesome and humble they appeared. What a disgrace for a fine man like that to be smeared by individuals not fit to shine his shoes.

    Of course. I would never suggest otherwise.

    I was simply asking whether people thought that the facial expressions exhibited by young Barron during the inauguration were, in fact, a deliberate attempt on his part to imitate his father.

    No insinuation intended, on my part, and, I trust, no offense taken?

    Actually, my wife and I, too, noticed that during the inauguration and were wondering the same thing. Kids do the cutest things, and Barron may well have reasoned, in the manner of a child, that that was the right and proper thing to do!

    • Replies: @Dissident
    No offense taken at all. Thank you for following-up and clarifying.
  147. @Steve Sailer
    I wore a pink buttoned down shirt to work at times in the 1980s. It was a pretty standard yuppie dress shirt. I vaguely recall it as being a preppie look, kind of Brooks Brothersy. This guy who worked for me was from a super uppercrust Long Island north shore family and he talked me into a more Brooks Brothers look.

    I wore a pink buttoned down shirt to work at times in the 1980s. It was a pretty standard yuppie dress shirt. I vaguely recall it as being a preppie look, kind of Brooks Brothersy.

    I was in high school in the early 80s, and the pink shirt/gray trousers look was everywhere, even in the cultural backwater that was Sioux County, Iowa.

    I still have a couple of pink shirts now; they complement a lot of colors.

  148. @Truth

    When did normal men and even “alphas” start wearing pink and purple?
     
    I would guess around the civil war.

    I http://www.thescavenger.net/feminism-a-pop-culture-sp-9560/feminism-a-pop-culture/128-how-the-colour-pink-lost-its-masculinity.html

    http://www.npr.org/2014/04/01/297159948/girls-are-taught-to-think-pink-but-that-wasnt-always-so

    Pink used to be identified with Mars, ultra masculine, blue with Venus, the opposite.
    At some point your slavemasters decided to reverse this, well, probably, just because they own you, and they can do what they want.

    In 3rd and 2nd millennium BC Sumerian and Akkadian incantations for pregnant women and those about to go into labor, their wombs were likened to ships laden with a cargo of precious stone, lapis lazuli for boys and carnelian for girls. So the connection of blue=boy, reddish=girl has a 4500 year-old pedigree.

    Can you tell me where the association of Mars with pink comes from? It seems, at first glance, rather implausible.

  149. “Real men wear pink” has been a thing for ages.

  150. @jtgw
    Those three Korean chicks on the left look really Caucasian to me. I can't tell how much of that is surgical or how much is natural.

    It’s probably the makeup and the hair coloring. The leftmost member in the picture is Thai. The three Korean members look quite East Asian in this pictureand in this video

    • Replies: @jtgw
    Sorry, I meant the three on the right and I agree in the photo you provided they look a lot more Asian. But SK is apparently world leader in plastic surgery and the Western look is all the rage:

    http://www.businessinsider.com/south-korea-is-the-plastic-surgery-capital-of-the-world-2015-9

    On that subject, I've noticed with East Asian propaganda posters, like in Maoist China or Burma under the junta, people are given much more Caucasian features than you find in the ordinary populace. I was surprised to see that even under regimes that are supposedly anti-colonialist. Does the inferiority complex vis-a-vis the West really run that deep? If you look at traditional art in all these countries, idealized good looks certainly used to be very Asiatic.
  151. @roelm
    It's probably the makeup and the hair coloring. The leftmost member in the picture is Thai. The three Korean members look quite East Asian in this picture https://0.soompi.io/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/28181615/Black-Pink-3.png and in this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9pdj4iJD08s

    Sorry, I meant the three on the right and I agree in the photo you provided they look a lot more Asian. But SK is apparently world leader in plastic surgery and the Western look is all the rage:

    http://www.businessinsider.com/south-korea-is-the-plastic-surgery-capital-of-the-world-2015-9

    On that subject, I’ve noticed with East Asian propaganda posters, like in Maoist China or Burma under the junta, people are given much more Caucasian features than you find in the ordinary populace. I was surprised to see that even under regimes that are supposedly anti-colonialist. Does the inferiority complex vis-a-vis the West really run that deep? If you look at traditional art in all these countries, idealized good looks certainly used to be very Asiatic.

    • Replies: @roelm
    It indeed seems that the new ideal features tend go in a Caucasian direction. I don't know how to explain it either. It may just be exposure to media from a prestigious culture somehow imprinting on younger minds. If you check the older Korean actresses or singers, they look a lot less Western. However, from what I see, the new ideal is not really Caucasian but still a traditional beauty modified in some features in a Caucasian direction.

    If you look at current day Korean idols, you can see that they have features that seem quite different from the traditional ideal. It it is interesting however that many of the most popular ones have a more a girl-next-door look closer to the typical Korean look. So popular preferences have not changed that much contrary to the initial impression you can get just looking at the current Korean showbiz generation.
  152. @PiltdownMan

    Of course. I would never suggest otherwise.

    I was simply asking whether people thought that the facial expressions exhibited by young Barron during the inauguration were, in fact, a deliberate attempt on his part to imitate his father.
     

    No insinuation intended, on my part, and, I trust, no offense taken?

    Actually, my wife and I, too, noticed that during the inauguration and were wondering the same thing. Kids do the cutest things, and Barron may well have reasoned, in the manner of a child, that that was the right and proper thing to do!

    No offense taken at all. Thank you for following-up and clarifying.

  153. @jtgw
    Sorry, I meant the three on the right and I agree in the photo you provided they look a lot more Asian. But SK is apparently world leader in plastic surgery and the Western look is all the rage:

    http://www.businessinsider.com/south-korea-is-the-plastic-surgery-capital-of-the-world-2015-9

    On that subject, I've noticed with East Asian propaganda posters, like in Maoist China or Burma under the junta, people are given much more Caucasian features than you find in the ordinary populace. I was surprised to see that even under regimes that are supposedly anti-colonialist. Does the inferiority complex vis-a-vis the West really run that deep? If you look at traditional art in all these countries, idealized good looks certainly used to be very Asiatic.

    It indeed seems that the new ideal features tend go in a Caucasian direction. I don’t know how to explain it either. It may just be exposure to media from a prestigious culture somehow imprinting on younger minds. If you check the older Korean actresses or singers, they look a lot less Western. However, from what I see, the new ideal is not really Caucasian but still a traditional beauty modified in some features in a Caucasian direction.

    If you look at current day Korean idols, you can see that they have features that seem quite different from the traditional ideal. It it is interesting however that many of the most popular ones have a more a girl-next-door look closer to the typical Korean look. So popular preferences have not changed that much contrary to the initial impression you can get just looking at the current Korean showbiz generation.

  154. @27 year old
    There is an image making the rounds which is allegedly a screen cap of an email from Chomsky in which he seems to condemn the violent protests and nazi punching. Chomsky says that it's wrong in principle but also tactically bad. Doubt there will be any public statement of course

    Thank you.

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