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From the Washington Post news section today:

Man accused of yelling slurs at ‘Stop Asian Hate’ rally faces federal charges

By Julian Mark
Today at 6:29 a.m. EDT

Dozens of protesters gathered at an intersection in Los Angeles County in March 2021, waving colorful signs that read: “Stop Asian Hate” and “End the Violence Against Asians.”

Most people honked in support of the demonstrators in Diamond Bar, but prosecutors say one driver expressed disgust.

“Go back to China!” the man yelled, according to a federal indictment.

He then rolled a black Honda into a crosswalk where some of the protesters, including a child, were walking, the indictment says. No one was injured, but the driver allegedly yelled racial slurs from the car while making a U-turn through the line of protesters.

Now, Steve Lee Dominguez

A Latino.

, a 56-year-old resident of Diamond Bar and the driver of the car, has been charged with two counts of “bias-motivated interference” of a protest and faces up to 20 years in prison, the U.S. attorney’s office in Los Angeles announced Thursday. Dominguez was arrested Thursday and pleaded not guilty, a Department of Justice spokesman said. Dominguez could not be reached for comment, and it was not immediately clear whether he had an attorney.

The incident took place five days after a gunman fatally shot eight people, including six Asian women, at three Atlanta-area spas. The massacre stunned many in the Asian-Pacific Islander community, which was already on edge from a spike in racist attacks during the coronavirus pandemic.

As I pointed out, in the first two weeks after that Atlanta shooting, the Washington Post ran 198 articles referencing the incident because the shooter was white and thus could be blamed on Trump saying the words “China virus” almost a year before (even though the murderer articulated quite different motives).

The rally in Diamond Bar was one of several organized in Southern California in the wake of the Atlanta shootings, the Los Angeles Times reported. Diamond Bar, a 30-minute drive east of Los Angeles, is a city of 55,000 residents, 59 percent of whom are Asian.

As the demonstrators chanted and waved signs at all four corners of a busy intersection, one group of protesters crossed the crosswalk.

That is when Dominguez, stopped at a red light in his Honda, yelled, “Go back to China!” according to court records.

Prosecutors say Dominguez then drove into the crosswalk against the red light, cutting off some of the demonstrators. Then he made a U-turn in the intersection and again drove through the populated crosswalk, barely missing pedestrians — including a 9-year-old child, prosecutor say. As he did this, Dominguez again made a disparaging comment about China, the indictment states.

Dominguez then pulled his car over and continued to scream taunts and racial slurs at the rallygoers, prosecutors say. “I’ll be back,” Dominguez said, according to the indictment.

Identifying himself as “John Doe,” Dominguez later called the police and reported that the demonstrators had blocked the street and he was forced to run the red light “because they were about to trample my car,” the indictment states. He allegedly asked the police to deploy crowd control.

In other crime news, on Wednesday of this week, a man shot three Korean women at a hair salon in the Korean part of Dallas. Fortunately, what with the shooter being black and Sailer’s Law of Mass Shootings, none were killed.

Will the Washington Post devote 198 articles to this crime, or treat it like a police blotter item from far away. Or is it one of those police blotter items from far away that supports the Narrative if you don’t read too far into the article, like the Latino driver getting mad at Asians blocking his intersection in California?

Well, the Dallas shooter, who is still on the run, was identified by the police as a black man, so, whaddaya think?


Thanks to alert readers, it turns out that the Washington Post did run an AP article about the Dallas shooting, but without using the word Korean (much less black) … to tell you that it’s a Really Boring story

Dallas police: Shooting at Koreatown salon not hate crime
By Jamie Stengle | AP
Yesterday at 8:05 p.m. EDT

DALLAS — The Dallas police chief said Thursday that they don’t believe a shooting at a hair salon in Dallas’ Koreatown area that injured three women was a hate crime.

“In this particular case, we have no evidence to point that hate is a factor, and to say otherwise would be irresponsible for us, to have a community live in fear,” Dallas police chief Eddie Garcia said.

“If there were a nexus to hate, we certainly would be conducting outreach to ensure our community knows,” Garcia said.

Authorities are still searching for a man dressed all in black who shot the three women Wednesday afternoon at Hair World Salon, which is in a shopping center with many businesses owned by Korean Americans. Police say the shooter drove off in a maroon minivan.

People of Dallas, be on the lookout for a fugitive gunman who was dressed all in black on Wednesday! What else do we know about his looks? Well, he drove a maroon minivan, not one of those white cars like in so many other articles about mysterious attacks on people of vaguely depicted race.

The three women were taken to a hospital with injuries that weren’t life-threatening, police said.

The daughter of one of the injured women said her mother told her that the man, who she didn’t recognize, calmly walked in, opened fire and then left.

“He was calm. He just walked up to it and then stood there — didn’t walk around — but stood there and shot like 20 shots and then just calmly went out,” said Jane Bae, who wasn’t there but had spoken with her mother.

Dallas Police Sgt. Warren Mitchell told KDFW that police believe the shooter shouted something when he came in, but police hadn’t figured out what it was.

Police said they were looking into reports of a dispute earlier in the day involving a customer to see if it’s connected to the shooting. “We’re not ruling it out, but right now I don’t want to relate the two unless I’m for sure,” Mitchell said.

Bae said that her mother, who owns the salon, and a salon worker were shot, in addition to a customer.

She said her mother said the worker who was shot had spotted the man with a gun heading toward the salon and ran toward the door shouting ‘no’ and tried to lock it, but wasn’t able to do so it in time.

So, the gunman of distinctive dress but completely indistinct race who fired 20 shots at women who were, if you read the clues carefully, probably Korean (but we are not going to spell it out for you) did NOT commit a hate crime. Got that. That’s the headline news. NOT a hate crime.

But, from today in the Dallas Morning News:

Shooting at northwest Dallas salon may have been a hate crime, police chief says

Three women of Korean descent were wounded in the shooting Wednesday.

By Jamie Landers and Hojun Choi

3:51 PM on May 13, 2022 CDT — Updated 16 minutes ago

Police Chief Eddie García said Friday that a shooting that wounded three women of Korean descent at a hair salon in northwest Dallas may have been a hate crime — a day after he said police had ruled out hate as a factor.

A man fired multiple shots Wednesday inside the Hair World Salon in the 2200 block of Royal Lane before fleeing in a red minivan. Three employees in the salon were struck and were hospitalized with injuries that weren’t life-threatening. One customer was inside and was unhurt.

At a news conference at police headquarters, García said the shooting may be connected to at least two other crimes that have targeted the city’s Asian community.

The first took place on April 2, also in the 2200 block of Royal Lane, near Interstate 35E, where shots were fired into three Asian-owned businesses, but no one was injured. Witnesses reported that the driver fled in a red minivan.

And on Tuesday, a man believed to be driving a burgundy van shot into an Asian-run business in the 4800 block of Sunnyvale Street, near East Ledbetter Drive in east Oak Cliff. Three people were inside but were uninjured, police said.

García said Thursday that authorities had done their due diligence and that police could “confidently say that hate was not a motivating factor” in Wednesday’s shooting. But on Friday, the chief said the department’s stance changed because of the “ongoing investigation and a consistent review of officer reports made by the department’s crime analysis unit.”

… Police have described the gunman in Wednesday’s shooting as 5-7 to 5-10, with a thin build, curly medium-length hair and a beard. He was wearing all black, police said.

After all, the color of the clothes he wore on Wednesday isn’t something he can change, like the social construct of what race he or may not happen to be, which we didn’t mention.

The police chief said authorities were sharing information about the potential motive for the shooting in hopes it sparks enough action to lead to an arrest.

But this article isn’t going to mention what race he is, because everybody knows Sailer’s Law of Mass Shootings.

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  1. 20 years! My goodness. They are throwing the book at him. But what is the book, “How to Run a Gulag and fill it with Mexicans this Time”?

    Road rage is dangerous medicine, though. I’ve been irrationally/rationally incensed by people blocking the street for xyz reasons in the past as well. Doesn’t take much to hit that gas.

    • Agree: bomag
  2. Facing up to twenty years in prison for being a jerk is a bit steep.

  3. Our diversity is our greatest strength.

  4. Steve Lee Dominguez? Sounds like a white Hispanic. Is it too late to change his legal name to Esteban? Could save his ass at the sentencing.

    • Thanks: HammerJack
    • Replies: @Mike Tre
  5. It’s not just a matter of what is and isn’t news, it is also a matter of what is and isn’t legal.

    Rioting, looting, burning down cities, blockading roads, and threatening the homes of judges in the name of an Establishment-favored cause (all state and federal felonies)? Hey, no problem man, just remember to pick up your Soros check on the way home!

    Exercising your black letter First Amendment rights in the name of, or even the scent of, an Establishment-disfavored cause? Federal prosecutors and national reporters will be up your butt for the rest of your natural life. You may be held without trial indefinitely in a political prison.

    Anarcho-tyrr— … you know, the thing.

  6. China controls a large chunk of the US economy. Celebrities, such as LeBron James, kiss yellow ass big time. Saying “go back to China” is considered to be worse in “wokedom” than throwing a consecrated host to the floor in a Catholic church. Priorities people. Now, the U-turn through a crowd is dangerous “Go back to China” Meh.

    • Replies: @AnotherDad
  7. “Go back to China!” the man yelled, according to a federal indictment.

    Clearly expressing his deep appreciation and love for Chinese culture, and his desire that these Chinese in America make use of the opportunity to go and experience it first hand.

    • Agree: bomag
    • Replies: @mousey
    , @James Speaks
  8. I don’t care about Mr. Dominguez’ ethnicity.

    I’m more interested Washington Post reporting the ethnicity of the people who are acting violently towards Asians. Bet they aren’t white or latino.

    20 years for interfering with a protest?

    Thats likely far more time than the “youths” who are actually attacking/ beating beat up the Asians will get.

    I hope he walks.

    • Agree: Sick 'n Tired
    • Replies: @lavoisier
    , @Prester John
  9. Barnard says:

    This hard hitting news from Miami was the next article under the “More from the Post” section when I clicked through to the article.

    Clearly these latinos were going to destroy all marine life in the Atlantic with these balloons. I wonder if the Post has ever run an article on what you get when you go to Google Images and type in “Yellow River Pollution.” Or you can pick any other river in China if you have already seen those.

  10. @onetwothree

    Society is kind of F’d up when hurting someone’s feelings is a more serious crime and and can get you more jail time than say rape or murder.

    AND all this is also dependent on ones skin tone whether it was even a crime at all. After all, auto’s driving thru parades are either caused by the driver or the SUV, again, all based on skin tone.

    • Agree: Gordo
  11. @ArthurinCali

    He is an honorary white!
    BTW,I fully support his views. All immigrants,get out.

    • Agree: Ben tillman
    • Replies: @Ganderson
  12. If you’re operating a piece of machinery–say just driving your car out on the highway–and you get the warning lights coming on, and maybe see some steam or get a whiff of a burning smell, what do you do? Slow down? Pull over at the next exit? Check it out. Let your car cool down?

    Our minoritarian elite have been getting these warning signs that all is not well in our rainbow hued diversitopia. But what do they do? Pause immigration? Ease up on the propaganda, denunciations and beatings? Let things cool down, give people time to adjust, time for people to assimilate?

    No. They romp on the gas! Let’s red-line this baby!

    We have an elite that just doesn’t give a shit about us. They have an agenda all right, but it isn’t the safe operation and longevity of the America nation.

    • Agree: SafeNow
  13. J.Ross says:

    Our dysfunctional legal system is okay with the downburning of federal courthouses, therefore, we should respect their decisions, and any time they change their mind, they could just enforce existing law.

  14. Muggles says:

    What isn’t news, of course, is that the vast majority of “anti Asian” crimes are committed by blacks.

    And anti White.

    And anti black.

    This seems to be an under reported trend…

    • Replies: @Bill Jones
  15. Ralph L says:

    I noticed the flags were at half staff and went to the NC government site to see who’d died. On Wed., the Dem governor directs that flags be lowered on Monday for National Peace Officers Memorial Day. Today, he ordered that flags be lowered immediately until Monday dusk in honor of 1 million Covid dead and their survivors. He was state attorney general during the Duke Lacrosse hoax, and let that drag on to avoid losing crucial black support. He must not consider himself a peace officer.

  16. The long arm of the law. When you’re in LA, you better walk right.

  17. Israeli security forces murdered an Arab journalist.

    Then the Israelis beat up mourners at her funeral.


  18. anon[655] • Disclaimer says:

    Trump did start all this Asian hate with his anti-China rhetoric, even before Covid, but he (and Pence and Pompeo) certainly ratcheted it up to a whole new level after Covid. Meanwhile his biggest supporting media mouthpiece Breitbart continues with their Two Minutes Hate on China every single day, and continues to refer to Covid as “Chinese coronavirus”. Breitbart perpetuates nothing but hate. Every single article hates on someone, be it for the other half of the country or for any country not named USA. To them and their readers, hate is all we have left in this country.

    I voted for Trump twice, but I sure as heck would not be voting for him or any GOP candidate again until they drop their hatemongering on China, because eventually all that hateful rhetoric translates into hate on anyone who looks remotely Asian.

    I am a patriotic conservative social nationalist who thinks we should move back all industries from overseas, institute a 40 year immigration moratorium, bring back all our troops, build the wall, stop all the warmongering and maintain peaceful relations with all nations. I despise the Dems for their LGBTQ mania and race baiting, but these days I can’t vote for the GOP anymore because they make life dangerous for me.

  19. SafeNow says:

    Facing up to twenty years in prison for being a jerk is a bit steep.

    More steep than I would have thought until recently. I just recently finished “Behind Bars – – Surviving Prison” by Ross and Richards. This book begins with a description of your arrest (possibly the result of an entrapment), then your booking, your phone call, transport to the big house, and then extremely copious details of doing time.

    Man, if you think it’s rough being put in the hole for a day before your iSteve comment is posted…the slammer is even worse. Seriously, I had an extremely negative image from movies, but the reality is even worse than that. It’s scary being a Conservative.

    • Replies: @International Jew
  20. It’s against the law to say “Go back to China” to people at a protest rally. It’s against the law to say the “N” word in many contexts, for example if a BLACK attacks you and in the course of defending yourself you swear and use the “N” word. The law spells out jail time, solely for the words used. And make no mistake juries will eagerly convict for this.
    The first amendment is not completely dead yet, as evidenced by the existence of this site. But it is close to a dead letter.

    • Troll: Corvinus
    • Replies: @Prof. Woland
  21. Curle says:

    “bias-motivated interference” of a protest

    Not talking about Antifa and Charlottesville I presume?

    • Replies: @Ben Tillman
  22. @Buffalo Joe

    China controls a large chunk of the US economy.

    “Control” isn’t quite the right word. The Chinese do not control much of the American economy.

    But American–i.e. multinational–corporations are in thrall to the Chinese market. In thrall to it even if they aren’t necessarily making much money there, or in fact doing much there at all. It has “potential” to be huge and they are in thrall to that prospect.

    (Of course, the Chinese–not being idiots–will insure that the Chinese market is dominated by Chinese businesses.)

    • Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard
  23. Twinkie says:

    Steve Lee Dominguez

    White Asian Hispanic?

    He then rolled a black Honda

    I hope he made sure that Honda was made in Alabama or Ohio.

  24. Don’t expect to be seeing this anytime soon in the CIA Daily Gazette.

    Spain’s National Intelligence Centre Chief Fired Over Phone-Hacking Scandal

    And the obligatory Israeli word finally shows in the last Para.

    Are all politicians in all the West this fucking stupid?

    • Replies: @HammerJack
  25. @Muggles

    This seems to be an under reported trend…

    Especially in Africa.
    Odd that.

  26. Damn.

    • Replies: @Ben Tillman
    , @PiltdownMan
    , @B36
  27. The massacre stunned many in the Asian-Pacific Islander community, which was already on edge from a spike in racist attacks during the coronavirus pandemic.

    The massacre at the Waukesha Christmas Parade stunned many in the White community, which was already on edge from a spike in black violence following the death from a drug overdose of George Floyd.

    • Thanks: Achmed E. Newman
  28. fish says:

    I guess it’s true Mexicans are doing the jobs white guys can’t be bothered with.

    • Replies: @Bill Jones
  29. lavoisier says:
    @Sandy Berger's Socks

    I hope he walks.

    Highly unlikely that he will.

    His only possible reprieve from a twenty year sentence from our (((Justice))) system is that he isn’t white.

    If he was black he would get probation.

    • Agree: HammerJack
  30. @AnotherDad

    It’s all part of the overall Democrat (and European) strategy of ending life on Earth. The AGW death cult informs everything they do. \$40B for Ukraine (just the latest check), pushing Putin to the wall and pushing some more until he unleashes the doomsday device…they want everyone dead. Especially the Magats!

    • Replies: @Mark G.
    , @Jim Don Bob
  31. @onetwothree

    You are quite right about the road rage. One day, someone who already knows that you can get put away into the goolag for a thought crime line this will figure he may as well make it worth the 20 years. That’s when many people will get hurt. It’s really a bad thing to box people into a corner like this, giving them no outlet to even express their side’s viewpoint.

  32. @JohnnyWalker123

    Humans are born terminally ill.

  33. @Curle

    No kidding. This happens at almost every protest., and they pick this one guy.

  34. Pixo says:

    No Israeli soldiers didn’t, nearby Pali gunmen did. There’s multiple videos of them marching, ululating, alahu akbarring, and firing automatic rifles half a block away.

    Arabs kill each other in vastly greater numbers than Israel does.

    Like with blacks, there’s a whole lot of gunplay at Arab funerals too.

    If you think you can do a better job of policing low IQ and violently resentful people, go join the IDF MP, or your local urban American PD. Show us all how humane you are.

    • Agree: EdwardM
    • Troll: JimDandy
  35. Expressing surprise at corporate media behavior is starting to sound like whining at this point. We know they lie, they know they lie, there is no surprise involved. It’s not 1996 any more. Just make your point: “Washington Post hides race of black suspect” or “White House spreads disinformation about vaccine” or “ESPN thinks male college swimmer is a woman”. Don’t engage their arguments, don’t bother picking apart their cockamamy tales, don’t call out their hypocrisy and inconsistency. It’s not interesting any more and just pulls you into their insane web.

    • Agree: Alden
  36. JR Ewing says:

    “bias-motivated interference” of a protest

    Holy capricious made up bullshit crime Batman! That’s for real? What the hell does that even mean?

    This is like lying to the FBI or “structuring” at the bank. Not an actual crime, but something that if they decide they want to get you for whatever reason they can file charges and go to town.

    I should expect nothing less from our feral federal government.

  37. SafeNow says:

    We are coming up on the fifth anniversary of the kidnapping and murder of YingYing on the campus of the Univ. of Illinois. After graduating at top of her class at her China university, YingYing came to U. of I. Urbana to study agriculture techniques for one year. An evil lunatic kidnapped, raped, and dismembered this trusting, innocent soul. (The photo shows YingYing and her fiancé in China.)

    I remember the YingYing tragedy, and send my prayers for her soul. The U.S. has many Chinese-hating evil people here. I apologize for them. I hope that Chinese, and Chinese-Americans, have learned not to be so trusting. I think you have learned, and so YingYing did not die in vain.

  38. The “Latino hate crime against BLM” case seems like there’s a huge bit of context missing.

    Like, it could be an overzealous Vshinsky fed (a la the Jan 6th psycho), or else it could be the reporter didn’t do his homework and the Latino actually threatened them, or else the Latino has a criminal history and his potential jail time is upped due to the criminal past.

    But really: the 1st Amendment is dying off pretty quick if this is all there is.

  39. Corvinus says:

    Lol, Sailer is no different in his avoidance of certain topics, but feigns outrage. All in the name of tin cup narratives.

  40. Anonymous[633] • Disclaimer says:

    “bias-motivated interference” of a protest and faces up to 20 years in prison

    How many people in the country realize that the crime of “bias-motivated interference” is theoretically punishable at about the same level as rape and murder? A lot less, I guess, than those who feel burning desire to defend freedom and democracy for our Ukrainian allies.

  41. @Ghost of Bull Moose

    Hanging is okay for 1 or 2 felons, but for larger groups you need firing squads.

  42. @JohnnyWalker123

    She’s a good journalist now.

    • Replies: @International Jew
  43. Dr. X says:

    No one was injured, but the driver allegedly yelled racial slurs from the car while making a U-turn through the line of protesters.

    Now, Steve Lee Dominguez, a 56-year-old resident of Diamond Bar and the driver of the car, has been charged with two counts of “bias-motivated interference” of a protest and faces up to 20 years in prison

    Holy shit.

    Seriously? In a sane world this might be Class B Misdemeanor Disorderly Conduct, with 30 days max. When in the hell did “bias-motivated interference of a protest” become a fucking Federal crime? Let alone one that could get you twenty fucking years?

    Solzhenitsyn only got eight years in gulag under Stalin.

    Jesus Christ… what kind of country have we become?

  44. @JohnnyWalker123

    JAKE TAPPER, of the Thought Police.

  45. mousey says:

    Maybe the protesters were Korean. Never tell a Korean to go back to China. You’ll get twenty years for that.

  46. @anon

    This is the same logic people use to say you can’t talk about black crime. Trump started a trade war with China because China was a serious economic competitor and acting unethically. You can’t start a trade war with China without talking about China. That’s life.

    Furthermore, your assumption that all crimes against Asians are anti-Asian crimes is unsupported. In the case of the Latino driver, perhaps he was influenced by Trumpian rhetoric, but perhaps not–it is plausible. But the majority of crimes against Asians are by blacks and show no evidence of anti-Asian animus (that would be, for example, a black knocking out an old Asian man and yelling “where my job, Chinaman?” or ” get out my neighborhood, Kung flu!! “). Rather, they appear to be crimes of opportunity (where opportunity is defined as signaling (a) physical weakness, (b) psychological disposition against aggression, or (c) perhaps lack of owning a firearm via Asian race).

    If you hold that blacks are influenced by Trump to target Asians, then you have to explain the mechanism. Are these blacks going to MAGA rallies? Are they watching Fox news? (Are they watching any news!?!?). Is Trump’s message getting to them directly, or is it filtered through someone like an MSM reporter, and if so is that reporter reporting on Trump’s rhetoric positively or negatively? Personally, all of what I have heard about Trump’s terrible anti-Asian rhetoric has come second hand from news reports or comments like yours condemning this rhetoric.

    You also have to explain why you discount the possibility of trends in crime. If blacks are targeting Asians, why is this coming from Trump and not an intra-black trend? Do crime trends not exist? Shootings don’t beget other shootings? Polarbear knockouts don’t beget other polarbear knockouts? Riots don’t beget other riots? Is that really what you believe?

  47. @Ralph L

    American flags are flown at half-mast for about anything these days, Ralph. Next time, it’ll be for death of Madonna’s grandma or in honor of the people on the front lines of the Covid epidemic, those Bartell and Walgreens drug store employees …

    May as well just shorten the flag poles and save on aluminum.

    • Agree: bomag
    • Replies: @HammerJack
  48. @SafeNow

    YingYing’s killer was a psychopath, not acting out of anti-Chinese sentiment. Before abducting YingYing, he attempted to abduct a non-Asian girl, but she refused to go with him. YingYing got targeted because of her sex and build (probably) and naive willingness to trust, not because of her race. You are simply a dishonest America-hater.

    • Agree: Alden
  49. @ArthurinCali

    The prosecutor needs to swing from a lamppost. What an evil piece of shit!

  50. @anon

    I’m glad you’re on our side, but that’s bullcrap about the Trump admin. and China. One of the things President Trump DID make some headway on was the tariffs on Chinese goods. I hate to sound like Trump (in my head) but, yes, our elites made very bad deals with China starting in the mid-1990s that greatly favor China.

    Yes, the virus came from China. Nobody means any hate by saying that or by calling it the “China Virus” “Kung Flu”, “Flu Manchu”*. It’s retarded to think otherwise unless English is not your first language.


    * My favorite – thank you, Allan Wall!

    • Thanks: Jim Christian
    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  51. @AnotherDad

    “Control” isn’t quite the right word. The Chinese do not control much of the American economy.

    The simplest way I can put it is that the Chinese currently control much of the production that feeds the American consumer economy.

  52. @SafeNow

    Brendt Christensen has been found guilty in the kidnapping and death of Chinese scholar Yingying Zhang, setting the stage for what could be the first death sentence handed down within Illinois since the state abolished capital punishment in 2011.

    The 12-person jury deliberated for less than two hours to reach the verdict, which was largely expected given that Christensen’s own defense team has repeatedly said during trial he was responsible for Zhang’s kidnapping and death.

    Christensen, a former University of Illinois Ph.D. candidate in physics, was also found guilty of two counts of making false statements to the FBI.

    On the other hand, remember that Chinese Ph.D physicist Gang Lu that killed a bunch of American people at the University of Iowa in 1991.

    • Thanks: Chrisnonymous
  53. Flip says:

    This should not be a Federal case.

    • Replies: @Ralph L
  54. Police Chief Eddie García…

    I’ll forgive him the diacritic, but Eddie? Your city is served by an Eddie?

    • Replies: @SafeNow
  55. @Achmed E. Newman

    My favorite – thank you, Allan Wall!

    Hmm… did he get that from me? I’ve used it here since the beginning. Steve suspects several notables are reading his posts, but are any reading the comments? That would be inspiring.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  56. @anon

    I am only just now realizing how much Asians are deliberately being targeted. I really thought it was exaggerated at first. As far as Trump causing the anti Asian aggression, however, I believe he caused conflict and dissension as a general political strategy. The end result was a lot of infighting not necessarily directed at any one community. Trump was not specifically anti Asian though the end result is the same.

    • Disagree: Chrisnonymous
    • Replies: @bomag
  57. @AnotherDad

    Even though most violence against Asians is perped by negroes, by arresting one Hispanice, the Post contributes to the narrative.

  58. JimDandy says:

    You are none of the things that you claim to be. If you actually fool anyone, they are hopeless cases anyway.

  59. Mr. Anon says:

    If Dominguez had yelled out “Go Back to Russia” he would have been fine.

  60. a man dressed all in black

    Maybe he was naked.

  61. Mr. Anon says:

    We have an elite that just doesn’t give a shit about us.

    It’s possible that they never did.

    Now, however, it is even worse than what you say. It’s not just that they don’t give a shit about us.

    They actively despise us.

  62. Alden says:

    Nancy Pelosi has finally acknowledged the nation wide baby formula shortage. Because, and only because “ about half the baby formula in America is bought by minority women using their WIC coupons” according to Nancy.

    Think about it taxpayers whose wives went back to work when the babies were 6 weeks old. About half the babies in this country get their baby formula with WIC coupons paid for by White taxpayers.

    WIC coupons are supplementary EBT food card coupons for pregnant women and kids up to 5 years old. Paid for by the White taxpayer. Like everything else.

    • Replies: @Chrisnonymous
  63. @SafeNow

    Tom Wolfe’s A Man in Full is all I need to read about prison.

  64. @JohnnyWalker123

    ‘Israeli security forces murdered an Arab journalist.’

    …who was an American citizen.

    • Replies: @Ron Mexico
    , @J.Ross
  65. @anon

    these days I can’t vote for the GOP anymore because they make life dangerous for me.

    The people who attack random Asians on the street don’t pay attention to controversies over the terms of international trade, nor do they read Breitbart (if they read at all), nor did they follow Trump on Twitter. But you can bet on it that their behavior does respond to the defunding, demoralization and persecution of police — all of which you will support when you start voting for Democrats.

    • Thanks: Johann Ricke
  66. @anon

    Trump did start all this Asian hate with his anti-China rhetoric…

    “Trum[an] did start all this Asian hate with his anti-[Kim] rhetoric…”

    “[LBJ] did start all this Asian hate with his anti-[Ho] rhetoric…”

    “[FDR] did start all this Asian hate with his anti-[Japan] rhetoric…”

    “[Wilson] did start all this [German] hate with his anti-[Kaiser] rhetoric…”

    “[Hearst and Pulitzer] did start all this [Hispanic] hate with his anti-[Spain] rhetoric…”

    • Thanks: Bubba
    • Replies: @Bill Jones
  67. Pixo says:

    There’s just one issue where the Post is ultra conservative.

    • Agree: Chrisnonymous
  68. @JohnnyWalker123

    Propaganda in wartime is normal. Rumors of the rulers and generals of the other side having been killed in battle, or being at death’s door, are ruses of warfare as old as humanity.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    , @International Jew
  69. Escher says:

    Maybe the salon shooter was pissed off about a bad haircut and manicure.

  70. anonymous[215] • Disclaimer says:
    @Ghost of Bull Moose

    This all related to the march through the institutions, the deep state and elite overproduction.

    No, it’s because when they went out to cover blacks, they came back without their equipment.

  71. Multiple comments in multiple threads IN MODS.

  72. “If there were a nexus to hate, we certainly would be conducting outreach to ensure our community knows,” Garcia said.



    Ignoring the African elephant in the room:

  73. J.Ross says:

    Surely, but, this round is especially pathetic.

  74. J.Ross says:

    Charles Murray Human Accomplishment Numbers

    An Australian anon has posted the iSteviest ever post on 4chan (except for its blunt anti-Jewishness). His own analysis below more tag. Immediately present however is the link to the full dataset Charles Murray used for Human Accomplishment.
    I do not necessarily agree with Australian anon but this dataset itself is pretty iStevey and huge.


    Charles Murray released his database from Human Accomplishment into the public domain in 2016. This means that it is now possible to quantify the total lack of Jewish accomplishment.

    The dataset is here.

    Charles Murray noted the ethnicity of each notable figure so that it is easy to identify the Jews in the dataset. He also included an index that quantifies the importance of the figure using what I call ‘Murray-Units’. In his book he explains the various methods that he employed to calculate this figure.

    In the dataset there are a total of 4002 entries of which only 184 are Jews (4.59%). The figures together contributed 50364.67 Murray-Units of which the Jews contributed only 2031.354 Murray-Units (4.03%). In the physical sciences, Jewish contributions are 1476 out of 23,110 science Murray-Units or 6.39%. The Jewish contributions to the arts was a measily 554.5 Murray-Units out of 50364.67 or 2.03%.

    For comparison, other ethnic groups have made the following contributions to the arts and sciences:
    >English: 5.31% and 16.88%
    >Germans: 9.04% and 18.06%
    >French: 11.00% and 15.31%
    >Italians: 10.00% and 5.80%
    >USA (White non-Jewish Americans): 1.89% and 11.32%
    >Japanese: 16.17% and 0.36%
    >Chinese: 18.39% and 0.15%

    …Anonymous (ID: 1hmt/j2Z)
    05/14/22(Sat)01:04:16 No.377530127
    >>377530113 (OP) #
    Almost all the Jews in the list are little-league players. The average figure in the list contributed 12.96 Murray-Units. Only 52 Jews contributed higher than 12.96 Murray-Units. And if you go through this list of 52 names, many of them are either not Jewish or are only half-Jewish, but have been included in the Jewish total as a statistical trick to inflate the figure.

    Here are a few examples of people who were probably not Jewish but were marked as “Jewish” by Murray in the dataset: George Beadle, Georg Cantor, Marie Curie. He’s also labelled all half-Jew-half-gentiles like Neils Bohr as being fully Jewish. Relabelling these three figures alone with their correct ethnicities (not including Bohr) drops the Jewish contribution to the sciences from 6.39 to 5.93%. If you went through the remaining names it will get even lower.


  75. Mark G. says:

    It’s all part of the overall Democrat (and European) strategy of ending life on Earth. The AGW death cult informs everything they do. \$40B for Ukraine (just the latest check), pushing Putin to the wall and pushing some more until he unleashes the doomsday device…they want everyone dead. Especially the Magats!

    Many of the positions the U.S. leftist-controlled government takes I find hard to understand unless I start with the premise that they have a hidden death wish. For example, I can’t think of any benefit to having the U.S. government secretly fund research in creating a deadly disease in a Chinese lab. Only something bad could happen, like the disease escaping the lab and killing millions of people. Yet, there is a high probability this is exactly what happened. Once the disease escaped, the government then proceeded to do everything possible that could make the situation worse. It blocked early treatment programs that might have kept people out of the hospital. It encouraged ineffective hospital treatments like ventilators and remdesivir. It took sick people out of hospitals and put them in nursing homes, causing many additional deaths. It locked down the economy and printed up a lot of money to give to people staying home without thinking about the possible long-term inflationary effects of that. It tried to mandate a vaccine for everyone by saying that it would stop disease transmission but didn’t and where the risks probably exceed the benefits for young people and those with natural immunity from a prior infection.

    The same people who put in effect the disastrous Covid policies tend to be the same people who want to increase crime by defunding the police, open the borders to third world immigration, increase the chances for war by becoming involved in the Russia-Ukraine conflict, run large government deficits which will leave our descendants with a crushing debt burden, use global warming as an excuse to shut down the industrial civilization that depends on fossil fuels and so on. Civilizations may go through an inevitable series of stages from growth to maturity, from maturity to decline, from decline to collapse. We may be nearing the collapse stage.

  76. @ArthurinCali

    Facing up to twenty years in prison for being a jerk is a bit steep.

    He could have had a bad day. This is serious overcharging. If only they’d overcharge real criminals. That would, of course, be racist.

  77. @anon

    these days I can’t vote for the GOP anymore because they make life dangerous for me.

    You have to be joking. The problem is with the Dems – they are letting violent criminals out of prison before trial without requiring bail. They are preventing cops from pursuing potential felons for quality of life crimes. And charges for real criminals are being watered down by Democratic prosecutors who throw the book at harmless individuals like the unfortunate in this article. This guy isn’t making life dangerous for anyone. He’s just annoyed people are blocking traffic. How long did he have to wait in traffic because these morons were involved in a pointless display?

    Note that as Steve pointed out, the stats don’t bear out the idea that Asians are being targeted more. In fact, Asians are being targeted less. The press is just emphasizing crime against Asians more, kind of as a cudgel against the GOP. They don’t mention, obviously, that the usual culprits (i.e. blacks) aren’t typically GOP voters, let alone Trump supporters. The real reason crime is skyrocketing, and blacks are in fact the worst affected, has to do with revolving door justice.

    Ultimately, the Dems need to lose, and lose badly, in order for the justice system to start doing its job. And that job consists of locking serious criminals up and throwing away the key.

    • Replies: @Ganderson
  78. @International Jew

    I believe the standard joke is, that blacks are attacking Asians because there just aren’t enough white people to attack any more.

    • Replies: @AceDeuce
  79. 99% of everything we read from MSM is complete bullshit. The only thing you can rely on is Wikipedia anecdotes:

    Ira Kaplan and Georgia Hubley formed the band as a couple in 1984. They chose the name “Yo La Tengo,” Spanish for “I have it.” The name came from a baseball anecdote that occurred during the 1962 season, when New York Mets center fielder Richie Ashburn and shortstop Elio Chacón found themselves colliding in the outfield. When Ashburn went for a catch, he would scream, “I got it! I got it!” only to run into Chacón, a Venezuelan who spoke only Spanish. Ashburn learned to yell, “¡Yo la tengo! ¡Yo la tengo!” instead. In a later game, Ashburn happily saw Chacón backing off. He relaxed, positioned himself to catch the ball, and was instead run over by left fielder Frank Thomas, who understood no Spanish and had missed a team meeting that proposed using the words “¡Yo la tengo!” as a way to avoid outfield collisions.[5] After getting up, Thomas asked Ashburn, “What the hell is a Yellow Tango?”[6]

    Doesn’t this just encapsulate multiculturalism, journalism and everything we’re urged to fight for and against today?!?

    Everything is so confusing, derailing and ultimately confounding so much so, you may as well get immediately to the cause of all problems: White men and their imposition of heterosexual pair bonding.

    • Replies: @Ron Mexico
    , @Ben tillman
  80. J.Ross says:

    OT Bezos is actually correct here.
    Also, you get no more than four containers of baby formula, if that, WIC or SNAP users have no limit but may still go without, and illegals crossing the unpoliced border get palletloads of formula. Manufactured famine. Gerontocracy.

  81. 0 results found for – “dallas korean women”

    Most in-house search tools are useless. In this case, the WP search failed to associate “korean” with “koreatown”.

    Google correctly detects the stories as its first and second results, documenting and dating the shift from “not a hate crime” to “may be hate crime”.

  82. Here’s a pretty good summary of the state of affairs

    Having purchased a box of rare and incredibly expensive cigars, a North Carolina man had the collection insured against—of all things—fire.

    Within a month, having smoked the entire stockpile and without making a single premium payment on the policy, the man filed a claim against the insurance company.

    The man claimed that he had lost the cigars in “a series of small fires.” When the insurer balked at paying, noting that the cigars had been consumed normally, the man sued and won!

    The judge ruled that the company had to cover the loss, because it had deemed the cigars insurable and had not defined what it considered to be an “unacceptable fire.” Rather than appeal, the company paid the man \$24,000 for his loss in “the fires.”

    After the man cashed his check, however, the insurer had him arrested. The charge: 24 counts of arson! With his own insurance claim and the man’s own, sworn testimony from the previous case used as evidence, the man was convicted of igniting and burning insured property with the intention of claiming insurance benefits and was sentenced to 24 consecutive one-year terms.

    Sounds like the policy of out alleged elites, no?

    From Eaton Rapids Joe.

    • Replies: @bomag
    , @Dmon
    , @Alden
  83. G. Poulin says:

    Welcome to anarchy-tyranny, where who/whom has replaced the rule of law. Tell me : if blacks had disrupted a demonstration and yelled slurs at the demonstrators (like say, at Charlottesville), how many years in the slammer would that earn? None, you say? Anarcho-tyranny in what used to be the USA. Welcome to the People’s Republic of Shit Hole.

  84. @Reg Cæsar

    It’s not that Allan Wall couldn’t have been reading the comments, but this is the kind of phrase that many 1,000s of people would have come up with independently. It’s just that I didn’t, and I read it on one of his VDare posts first.

    (VDare has been pretty neutral on the Flu Manchu panic – they try to stay neutral on most everything but their main topics. However, most of the writers who mentioned it definitely leaned toward the anti-panic side.)

  85. @G. Poulin

    Right, a black driver doing that wouldn’t have even been ticketed, much less arrested. It’s getting Stalinist out there. It may not get better until the right people get hurt.

    • Agree: Ben tillman
  86. @Colin Wright

    Great, Rashida Tlaib can challenge the Zionists over this. Wish it would become bigger news. Probably won’t.

    • Agree: Colin Wright
  87. @Pat Hannagan

    Let me mention that Ashburn’s nickname was Whitey.

  88. @PiltdownMan

    Yup. And I gotta admit, I bought into the Breitbartian-Foxian line about the infirmity of Hillary 2016 and the senility of Biden 2020, only to be shocked at how well they both did in their debates against Trump.

    • LOL: PiltdownMan
    • Replies: @Paleo Liberal
    , @AnotherDad
  89. bomag says:
    @Unintended Consequence

    I believe [Trump] caused conflict and dissension as a general political strategy.

    LOL. So the only good Republican is one who caves on every issue; anything else is conflict and dissension, which must be avoided at all costs by giving in on every issue. Quite a world you live in.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
  90. @Ralph L

    It’s worth remembering that the single worst of many malefactors in that case—Mike Nifong —spent a whole 24 hours in prison for his crimes.

    Recently I read about half of “Until Proven Innocent” — I had to stop because the material was making me too angry. Suffice to say, the complete facts of the matter were much worse than we were led to believe.

    The sheer number of bad actors in the case beggars belief. Every one of whom was eager to send some completely innocent white guys to prison for life. Basically for feelz and optics, and in some cases to burnish their own social and/or political cred.

  91. J.Ross says:

    First, NetFlix told their customers to kick rocks. Then, NetFlix told their shareholders to go to hell. Now, an actual headline in the Wall Street Journal reads: “NetFlix to employees: if you don’t like our content, you can quit.”
    It appears that this is NetFlix’s attempt to rein in pinkhairs after “losing subscribers for the first time in over a decade.”

  92. J.Ross says:

    He’s falling for the Democrats’ temper tantrum ploy. Half the stuff Trump wanted was a stated Democrat goal or at least non-controversial. Democrats reacted by screaming, so that the “reasonable” idiot logically concludes that Trump must be doing something worth screaming about.

  93. bomag says:
    @Bill Jones

    The judge ruled that the company had to cover the loss, because it… had not defined what it considered to be an “unacceptable fire.”

    We are ruled by judges who make such rulings.

    “It’s not the end of the world, but you can see it from here.”

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  94. J.Ross says:
    @Colin Wright

    Since when has that meant anything? And after murdering her, they attacked her funeral procession with smiles on their faces. They once took out an outpostful of uniformed Canadian observers. Sometimes an Israeli just gotta dance, and it’s a bad idea to bother the moving systems.

  95. @Bill Jones

    NSO Group has repeatedly insisted that it sells the software only to government agencies to target criminals and “terrorists”, with the approval of Israeli authorities.

    Totally love that. We’re the Good Guys! And this evil weapon we’ve devised? We’re only going to use it against Bad Guys! You can trust us!

  96. I doubt this made the WaPo either:

    BLM Privilege: Federal Prosecutors Seek Lenient Sentences for Molotov Cocktail Lawyers

    It’s a good thing these two didn’t walk through the Capitol on January 6th. They’d currently be in jail, rather than home confinement, and no one would be asking for leniency on their behalf.

    • Thanks: HammerJack
  97. @International Jew


    Biden’s gaffes are nothing new. He’s been doing that for decades.

    If the GOP honestly believed Biden was senile, they would want him in front of the public as much as possible.

    Instead, the GOP preemptively pulled out of the 2024 presidential debates. Meaning not only don’t they believe he’s senile, but they are scared he will blow his challenger out of the water.

  98. Ralph L says:

    I believe Congress made it a Federal crime in order to squash abortion clinic sit-down protests in the Clinton administration. Might have been Obama, because SCOTUS may have curtailed the 90s law.

    • Replies: @Alden
  99. Brutusale says:

    “…three people shot near MLK and Highland…”

    MLK gives it away!

  100. @Achmed E. Newman

    Little known fact! Madonna is actually her own grandmother.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  101. @Brutusale

    No, it doesn’t in Wisconsin.

    In both Madison and Milwaukee some of the most prime real estate is on MLK.

    I went to a Bucks game about a week ago. That area is very nice now. I stayed with relatives who live a short distance away in an even nicer area, and we walked to the game. The shooting was right outside the arena which is in a prime part of downtown Milwaukee.

    • Replies: @AnotherDad
    , @EdwardM
  102. Ganderson says:
    @Bardon Kaldlan

    Hockey players and their hot WAGS can stay…

  103. Ganderson says:
    @Johann Ricke

    I agree with you, but you lost me with your last sentence. What makes you think electing Republicans will make one bit of difference ?

    • Replies: @Johann Ricke
  104. Ahh, the joys of diversity, the first letter of the acronym “DIE.”

  105. @Brutusale

    Anyone who has spent time in even a medium sized city knows that any street named after King, X (Malcolm), Tubman, Douglass is a dead giveaway.

    • Replies: @tyrone
  106. @Midnights

    Mass shooting in Milwaukee. Let’s see if Sailer’s Law applies.

    Outside, would you believe…

    Multiple people shot in downtown Milwaukee near NBA game

    “Several hours later, Milwaukee police reported a separate shooting a few blocks away that left 17 people wounded, NBC affiliate WTMJ-TV reported.”

    17 people injured in mass shooting on N. Water St. Friday night, Milwaukee police say

  107. @Sandy Berger's Socks

    “I hope he walks.”

    He won’t. The 20 years is merely for show. Be mindful that his name is “Dominguez”, ergo he is among The Disenfranchised

    On the other hand, if his surname was O’Reilly or Schmidt… .

  108. AceDeuce says:
    @The Germ Theory of Disease

    Also, after attacking one Asian, you get a craving to attack another one an hour later….

  109. @anon

    I am a patriotic conservative social nationalist who thinks we should move back all industries from overseas, institute a 40 year immigration moratorium, bring back all our troops, build the wall, stop all the warmongering and maintain peaceful relations with all nations. I despise the Dems for their LGBTQ mania and race baiting, but these days I can’t vote for the GOP anymore because they make life dangerous for me.

    655–I was going to just use the LOL button.

    But if you are serious this is one of the dumbest endings to a paragraph I have ever seen. You have a bunch opinions–that i agree with–which basically out you as a nationalist normie who wants a good life for his family, his progeny in perpetuity. And then wrap it up with a statement of utter lunacy.

    Unfortunately, you are not alone. There seem to be a lot of nominal “smart” Asians who are unable to see the forest and jump at imaginary “boo!”s. It’s a reminder that ethnic diversity/contention is very powerful and just makes people stupid–a good reason not to have it.

    • Replies: @anon
  110. bgates says:

    I love the phrase “the Asian-Pacific Islander community”, which encompasses something like a fifth of the earth’s surface and half of its population, including cultures with history, philosophy, and literature stretching back over a thousand years before Christ and some which had no written language until the arrival of Christian missionaries in the 19th century.

    I especially love its use by somebody in DC who doubtless considers the citizens of the former coal mining townships 200 miles north of him to be feral savages.

    Still, it has a nice, inclusive ring to it, and I think we should encourage such things. I’m going to start referring to myself as a member of the Appalachian redneck-House of Bourbon community.

  111. @Pat Hannagan

    Good story. By the way, Ashburn’s nickname was “Whitey”.

  112. B36 says:

    He is getting moon faced like he is being treated with glucocorticoids.

  113. @AnotherDad

    This is an excellent point. Compare two events: the death of George Floyd and the MAGA movement.

    After the death of George Floyd, Minneapolis mayor Jacob Frey practically called for riots. No suggestion that people calm down and respect the system. He immediately deemed it murder and let the rioters run wild. Were this the death of a white suspect, it would never have gotten beyond local news. However, as with Rodney King, the narrative media, seeing a splendid opportunity to stir up violence, showed the video ad nauseam and promoted the vicious lie that the police have declared war on black men. Democrats (and many Republicans) knelt in worship of St. George of the Fentanyl. Politicians seriously talked about the need to defund the police–some mayors did so, while others did so only briefly until they saw homicides spike. We now have so emboldened the criminal element of the black populace and demoralized the police that would take a decade to reverse, assuming we were even to try to do so.

    Meanwhile, when whites express their frustration with flooding the country with immigrants, an out-of-control cancel culture, costly and pointless foreign wars, and holding an irregular and unsecured election, their concerns are not merely ignored, but deliberately flouted. The message is, “So, you want border control? How about this–we flood the country with more illegal aliens than ever in our history! You don’t like our cancel culture? Just wait–we’re only getting started! You don’t want more pointless wars? How about we provoke one with Russia! You don’t trust the last election? You just forfeited your First Amendment rights, traitor!”

    More clearly than ever, we see that the concerns of blacks, even when based on lies, must be honored and acted upon. Meanwhile, the grievances voiced by non-elite whites, however legitimate, must be vilified and, not even ignored, but ramped up as punishment for expressing them.

    • Agree: Hangnail Hans
    • Thanks: HammerJack
  114. @Paleo Liberal

    Be serious. The GOP pulled out of the debates because they’re rigged for the D’s.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
    , @Paleo Liberal
  115. Anon7 says:

    Here’s a confirmation of Sailer’s Law of Mass Shootings; it’s even true if the shooter turns out to be trans.

    The consistent story is that Ruby Taverner shot her boyfriend and their roommate, and then committed suicide. You’ll need to consult other sources than the TV news to find out that Ruby is a trans woman and her boyfriend is a trans man.

    It’s interesting that the traditional media consistently say that there is no known motive or reason behind the suicide/murder. The rate of suicide for trans people is roughly ten times that of cishetero people.

  116. anon[346] • Disclaimer says:

    “Go back to China!”

    So Eileen Gu went back to China.

    Then they yelled,

    “How dare you go back to China?! You ungrateful spoiled brat…”

  117. Corvinus says:
    @Ben tillman

    Thanks for the disinformation.

  118. Corvinus says:
    @G. Poulin

    “Welcome to anarchy-tyranny, where who/whom has replaced the rule of law“

    Exactly what the GOP is attempting. Will Mr. Sailer NOTICE?

  119. Mike Tre says:
    @International Jew

    Imagine how confusing it would be if he was just Steve Lee.

  120. @anon

    Trump isn’t especially more anti-China than he was anti-Japan in the 80’s. In fact a lot the rhetoric are literal copy-and-pastes,

    The difference is that the Sinosphere is — obviously much bigger but also more politically fractured.

    There are no overseas Japanese who founded a publication completely devoted to anti-Japanese government propaganda, there is for overseas Chinese — Epoch Times. Some of the loudest media mouthpieces screaming about CCP Virus are Chinese ethnics themselves, Taiwanese, Falun Gong, etc.

    You can see over time, the Japanese never really held a grudge against Orange Man

  121. Dmon says:

    Based on current legal practice, it seems that the organizers of the Diamond Bar demonstrations should be charged with reckless endangerment or something. Doesn’t Sines v. Kessler establish that the organizers of an event are legally responsible for any action by any person having any connection to said event? If you insist on a California precedent, there’s this. 4 guys go to jack a pot store, employee shoots and kills one of them, now the other 3 are wanted for murder.

  122. @Ben tillman

    Quit whining.

    The GOP pulled out because they don’t have a candidate like Reagan or W who does well in that format. Even George HW Bush could’ve held his own against Biden.

    If the GOP establishment believed Biden was a tenth as senile as they claim, they would be rushing to debate him.

    And all the whining about the refs cheating won’t change that fact.

    • Replies: @Gunner
  123. @Redneck farmer

    She was good at her job, I’ll say that for her (as much as I don’t approve of her editorial bent).

  124. @Paleo Liberal

    I think that’s just a wise first move in the game of selecting moderators. I don’t think it reflects any respect for Biden. Bad debaters usaully don’t realize they’re bad, in fact (Dunning – Krueger once again) they can be full of self confidence — like Tucker Carlson.

  125. @China Japan and Korea Bromance of Three Kingdoms

    That’s a nice story you told about Japan, but the reality is a bit different. I live in Japan but have never seen the video you posted. I showed it to my Japanese wife, and she has never seen it either. However, here is a song that was on the TV repeatedly from about 2018-2021…

    The point of it is that America “used to be so great and progressive, what happened?”. Since Trump left and Biden came in, its ” popularity”, i.e., how much it is featured on TV, has disappeared.

    Japan is the US deep state’s bitch.

  126. @Reg Cæsar

    Washington did start all this White hate with his anti-Britain rhetoric.

  127. SafeNow says:
    @Reg Cæsar


    LOL. Can Lumpy be far behind?
    Very clever, Reg, as always.

  128. Alden says:
    @Bill Jones

    OMG !!! Thanks for the post. Hilarious 🔥 🔥

  129. Dallas Police Sgt. Warren Mitchell told KDFW that police believe the shooter shouted something when he came in, but police hadn’t figured out what it was.

    Shouted something. Perhaps “This is MAGA country!”?

  130. @Alden

    “Baby formula” is usually made with omega-6 seed oils and is unhealthy for children compared to simple mammalian milks.

    So, while the political critique offered by Marjorie Taylor Greene is correct, the actual content of her criticism is incorrect. There is no “baby formula shortage”, just as there was no “baby formula shortage” during the Cold War, during WWII, during WWI, during the Civil War, during the Revolution, during the 30 years war in Europe, during the Dark Ages, during antiquity, etc…

    • Replies: @Jack D
    , @Alden
  131. @rebel yell

    One positive side effect if Roe v Wade is overturned, is that there might be new understanding by all Americans that the law is not just something that is a set aside or perq only for women and minorities. This will be a very rude shock for everyone and it will force liberals to explicitly organize for their specific benefit vs. just being granted special status because they are dark colored or squat to pee. This means forming new coalitions and trading offs. Whites and men are in effect, constantly bargaining under the shadow of the law but that might be finally be changing albeit in a way we did not expect. Next up, affirmative action.

  132. Corvinus says:

    “We are ruled by judges who make such rulings.”

    Does that include the current conservative led court? Are you outraged by their extralegal and precedent shredding decisions? Or are you just flinging poo at the wall once again?

  133. @Paleo Liberal

    DeSantis would absolutely barbecue Biden in a fair debate.

  134. @International Jew

    Biden’s debate performance was mediocre at best.

    It was bailed out by Trump turning in the most awful debate performance in the modern history of these dog-‘n’-ponies. Rude, random, chaotic, disorganized and utterly failing to make several of the key Trumpian and anti-Biden points coherently or at all. A tribute to both Trump’s weakness and the toxic effect of slimy Jared Kushner–who is of course one of Trump’s weaknesses.

    The plain fact is Trump is heads and shoulders above the rest in campaign “stand up”, but he’s a mediocre debater because he is intellectually lazy and chaotic and has an outsized ego which keeps him from doing proper prep and makes it easy to goad him off his nationalist message.

    • Agree: Mark G.
  135. @Paleo Liberal

    Instead, the GOP preemptively pulled out of the 2024 presidential debates. Meaning not only don’t they believe he’s senile, but they are scared he will blow his challenger out of the water.

    Paleo, IJ gave you a clear description of what’s going on–i.e. the GOP trying to get something better/fairer than some Democrat media goon trying to rescue the Democrat.

    But your comment also suggests Biden will be the nominee. I’m not at all convinced that’s going to be the case. One would think–expect, hope–that the Democrats have people to whisper in his ear.

    Biden is already older than anyone who has ever been President and ran in an obviously declined state only tractable for him due to media corruption. Every month or two there’s another ridiculous incident highlighting his confusion and incapacity. In 2024, Biden would be running at 82!–with inflation roaring and his treason at the border out of control. And with Kamala Harris–not a plausible backup like say Hubert Humprey–as his Vice President. And he can’t readily fire her as … that would be racist and sexist.

    Biden should have explicitly run as simply a caretaker to “oust the evil Trump”. But Biden has an ego/capability-accomplishment ratio that makes Trump look modest in comparison.

    Even with our extreme polarization (separate nations!) which tilts slightly toward the Democrats, any competent Republican is going to beat Biden in 2024. Got to think there are Democrat “wise men” who’ll convince Biden he looks best … retiring. But then maybe having “wise men” is too racist and sexist for the Democrats now?

  136. Corn says:

    I voted for Trump twice, but

    Mitt, is that you?

  137. Jack D says:

    The formula crisis was a completely foreseeable result of government by diktat. Bureaucrats have no regard for markets. There were a few cases where babies with compromised immune systems became sick and even died as a result of consuming bacterially contaminated formula made in the Abbott’s factory (Abbott’s has around a 40% market share).

    So the FDA response, as per their usual procedure was to recall all of the existing stocks and order the factory to be completely closed until the FDA decides in its own sweet time that the problem has been completely fixed. Technically this is just to fix the problem, but in reality the intent is punitive – basically the idea is to impose high costs on the evil capitalist so they and their competitors will learn that lax practices don’t pay and never think to cut corners again. We’ll make you stew and lose profits for months and months until we are 110% satisfied that the problem has been fixed in order to make an example of you.

    This is all well and good if say this is a frozen pizza factory – there are plenty of other mfrs of frozen pizza and even if you can’t get it then too bad – you’ll eat frozen lasagna instead.

    But if you eliminate 40% of the supply of an essential product for which their are no substitutes overnight, it’s just not going to be possible for others to take up the slack. In reality markets are not that flexible.

    But there was no planning or strategizing or looking at the big picture of what would happen next – it was just let’s punish the evil capitalist wreckers. And if anyone tries to alleviate the shortage we’ll call them “price gougers” and prosecute them. And BTW, no bringing in formula from overseas (I’m not talking China but EU) – that is not “FDA approved”. So not only do they create a shortage but they do everything possible to frustrate a market response.

    Meanwhile, there is zero understanding of why the economy goes to hell when the Democrats take power. Markets are really rather delicate things and if you throw enough sand in the gears you can easily slow the machine down or grind it to a halt.

    • Thanks: Mark G.
    • Replies: @J.Ross
  138. @Paleo Liberal

    In both Madison and Milwaukee some of the most prime real estate is on MLK.

    I went to a Bucks game about a week ago. That area is very nice now. I stayed with relatives who live a short distance away in an even nicer area, and we walked to the game. The shooting was right outside the arena which is in a prime part of downtown Milwaukee.

    Won’t last. The gentrification is temporary. There simply aren’t enough new young white people to keep it going–in places like Milwaukee which has a mediocre (humid, continental) climate and lots of blacks. Granted Wisconsin is very very white by US standards and young whites from the farms and towns and burbs will continue to flock there. But in the end–unless we have our separation–the deluge will lap over Milwaukee.

    • Replies: @Jack D
  139. @AnotherDad

    “any competent Republican is going to beat Biden in 2024.”

    Nope, no Republican is ever going to be president ever again. Biden is probably the last straight white man who will ever be president.

    The Dems have discovered their bulletproof formula for permanent victory: manufactured made-up crisis requires bogus mail-in ballots, plus ballot harvesting, destroying or simply ignoring enemy ballots, seizing full control of the counting process, simply lying about the whole thing, and throwing anyone who objects into solitary confinement. They’ll never “lose” another major alleged “election” ever again.

    Unless and until some very very serious SHTF, we are going to live in a permanent libtard dictatorship, and it’s only going to get worse and worse.

    • Replies: @vinteuil
  140. Jack D says:

    Human milk is best for human babies but is not always available. Other simple mammalian milks are not balanced for human nutrition – cow’s milk is optimized for calves but not for human babies. Cow’s milk has too much protein and minerals for a human baby and is very hard on their kidneys before age 1. Please nobody listen to this kind of crackpot advice and consult your pediatrician before taking your kid off of formula or giving them other milks before age 1. This can have very serious consequences such as intestinal bleeding.

    OTOH, people are unnecessarily loyal to one particular brand of formula – unless your kid has some kind of special need, any brand of formula will do – they all meet FDA standards for nutrition. But again consult your pediatrician.

    If formula is “unhealthy” it’s not clear how because millions and millions of babies have thrived on it for decades all over the planet. Modern formulas contain balanced and calculated amounts of both DHA (omega-3) and AA (omega-6).

    • Replies: @Alden
  141. Muggles says:

    What are the odds that the Korean women in that hair salon didn’t have a good idea of what race/ethnicity that attacker was?

    They may be keeping quiet because some Korean loan-shark or unhappy ex-boyfriend, etc. was the perp.

    Don’t want to upset the clan.

    Or more likely, don’t want any more bad vibes from neighborhood blacks.

    Since “hate crime” is now a term slung around like “superstar” it is hard to discern motives for crazy behavior. Drugs, booze, mental illness, jealousy, etc. can all cause irrational violence.

    The lack of dead vics and the odd lack of specific ID of perp suggest black (or AP Style “Black” other than in criminal descriptions) might be a tell.

    Dallas isn’t heavily black though, but has its share.

    There is a brand new very large “Korean Salon” near where I live. Two stories, big parking lot. I sometimes wonder why that exists. Do Koreans staff and use that exclusively? Is that an expensive money laundry front?

    While Asians are common in this general area, Koreans are outnumbered by Viets and probably Chinese.

    I see no advertising for this either. Though perhaps I’m not the potential customer. Seems much too big for a nail job and “happy ending” type of outfit.

  142. Jack D says:

    Non-white is not the same as black. Gentrified areas today aren’t usually 100% white. You have Asians who are basically interchangeable with whites and even the smarter fraction of Hispanics and blacks. The loss of the white majority doesn’t mean that America is going to fall into complete Negritude. The black population isn’t going up particularly fast and there are lots of non-whites who live basically a “white” lifestyle without having pure white skin.

  143. Gunner says:
    @Paleo Liberal

    Trump should have quieted down in the first debate and just let Joe ramble on.
    He thought that talking over him would swing some votes his way but it was not going to be enough.

  144. Billionaire globalizer mass immigration extremist Jeff Bezos is responsible for every word printed or spoken by the Swamp City DC Post.

    I won’t call that Swamp City DC rumpswab globalizer propaganda rag by the blessed name of General George Washington.

    Some person on the internet said that the Swamp City DC Post is the company newsletter of the American Empire; that’s sounds right to me.

    Jeff Bezos should be financially liquidated and Amazon should be broken up or taxed into oblivion.

    Amazon — or any other company — should not be getting big loot and power from getting contracts from the government for various projects. The government should be doing most of the stuff it does in-house. Privatization and plutocracy go together like two peas in a corrupt pod, and Bezos and his cozy relationship with some shady government workers and politicians must be brought to an end.

    The Swamp City DC Post and the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal are disgusting anti-White and anti-American rumpswabs that push mass legal immigration and mass illegal immigration and unnecessary, endless overseas war and sovereignty-sapping trade deal scams.

  145. Alden says:
    @Ralph L

    I’m pretty sure it was Clinton and that big ugly attorney general Janet some kind of Spanish last name. The one who ordered the Waco TX slaughter of about 80 mothers and small children so the FBI could kill one man who did something.

    After all the violent demonstrations blacks and gays pulled, a few people and their bibles within a legal distance with a police/ city demo permit.

    That big ugly childless AG made demonstrating in front of an abortion clinic a RICO offense.

    I’m really enjoying the liberal lunacy about the proposed overthrow of Roe. If the supreme minions of Satan can make a law, they can unmake a law.

    I prefer the continental system where judges are just referees. Not the Anglo American system where judges make the law. No different from somewhere in Europe 400BC the biggest baddest bully in the tribe made the laws and rendered judgement.

  146. @Ganderson

    I agree with you, but you lost me with your last sentence. What makes you think electing Republicans will make one bit of difference ?

    If you look at the highest crime cities per capita, there is one common thread – Democrat mayors and prosecutors. No one has really looked into this, but I suspect even if you control for income and race, Democrat pols preside over higher crime rates.

    • Replies: @Ganderson
  147. Alden says:

    You try breastfeeding twins for a year. Or buy one of those small size goats and hold the baby under it in the middle of the manure and germs like the nuns who ran all those orphanages has to do in the old days.

    I can just see how the discussion will go. All the women hating MEN OF UNZ will jump in with their denunciations of working mothers and modern women and their romantic fantasies of family life that never existed.

    Compare and contrast death rates of babies birth to 1 year old in 1890 breast milk only and 1930 bottles of formula. From about one third death to about 90 percent survival..

    Do you know one of the reasons so many babies died before baby formula? And reliable birth control. The mother had sufficient milk for the first 2 babies. Insufficient milk for the next 2 or 3. Who died By the time the next babies came along the mother’s body recovered enough to produce sufficient milk to keep the babies alive till they started puréed food.

    All milk is seriously deficient in iron and some vitamins. .

    • Replies: @Stan Adams
    , @Mike Tre
  148. Alden says:
    @Jack D

    I doubt any MEN OF UNZ are in the age group
    That has babies. It’s easy enough to make baby formula. But I don’t think there’s any glass bottles around any more. And the bottles have to be glass so they can be boiled enough to become sterile. I can sort of remember my mother and other women making the formula and sterilizing the bottles.

    The recipe is 1 13 ounce can of evaporated whole milk 1 and 1/2 cans water 2 tablespoons karo syrup. Boil the water to sterilize it. Let it cool add the milk and syrup. I’d add half a smashed up multivitamin and iron pill. The bottles nipples measuring cup and funnel have to be boiled too. I think the mothers made a double batch about every 2 days.

    Of course if people start making it there will be a sudden shortage of evaporated milk and powdered milk.

    Or we could do what the Chinese did during Mao’s glory days. Boil rice in a vast amount of water for a long time till it gets really mushy. Then mash it up add more water and sugar. It keeps the babies alive till they can eat mashed rice and vegetables about 6 months I think

    All the communist countries had more than sufficient supplies of sugar from Cuba.

    • Replies: @Jack D
  149. tyrone says:
    @Prester John

    They put them in black neighborhoods …..self esteem don’t you know ……dead giveaway indeed.

  150. Jack D says:

    Uh, oh. Mass shooting in Buffalo. ~ 10 dead. A Tops supermarket in a predominately black neighborhood, about 3 miles north of downtown Buffalo. Witnesses reported the gunman was wearing military-style clothing and body armor and used a rifle. Sailer’s Law points to shooter being white. One story says “Part of the investigation includes whether there may have been white supremacist ideology associated with the shooter, sources said.” Shooter is in custody. May have been live-streamed on Twitch. Shooter also supposedly posted an online manifesto in which he described himself as a white supremacist.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
  151. J.Ross says:
    @Jack D

    Agree, but it seems to me there was planning, because this is not the only massive regulatory overreach which just happens to have the effect of restricting the food supply. Just like the gasoline disaster, 100% intentional, effecting the goals of punishing putative Trump voters, nudging people towards merde verde, and weakening the country.

  152. J.Ross says:
    @Jack D

    They will do this to us until they succeed in taking away all our rights or we deal with them. The manifesto specifically describes visiting /pol/ after 2020, when it was almost always 100% government shills, and describes wanting to be like various other famous shooters.

    • Replies: @Jack D
  153. Jack D says:

    Diluted evaporated milk is indeed what people used to use. I remember my mother saying that’s what she gave to me. Some say to use blackstrap molasses instead of corn syrup because it is high in iron and other minerals.

    But the Feds don’t recommend it. Probably it’s not going to hurt your baby if you use it for a few weeks or as a partial substitute to stretch your supply of formula. But I assume that the Feds figure that there is going to be a certain % of people who are going to be too stupid to prepare it correctly. Maybe they won’t sterilize properly or use 15 cans of water instead of 1.5 cans or whatever. A lot of government recommendations/requirements are geared around the fact that a certain % of the population is too stupid to live.

  154. anon[409] • Disclaimer says:

    I’m not sure how that could be illogical. GOP preaches hate on China which leads to hate on Chinese or anyone who looks Chinese, which leads to more crimes on Asians. All of you who claim “but it’s the blacks!” need to just come right out and admit it, each time there is a black attack on Asians, you are secretly cheering, blacks are doing what you can’t/won’t do, saving you the trouble to chase out all the Asians which you have been given license to hate since Trump came to office.

    • Replies: @vinteuil
  155. @Jack D

    “… the Feds don’t recommend…”, “… the Feds figure … “.

    Geeze, Jack! It’s 2022, NOT 1972. People have quit listening* to “the Feds”, as the evil and AA stupidity out of “the Feds” has not been good advice for a generation or more. If the people make stupid mistakes anyway, that’s their business.

    Fed soldiers and Biden’s coming. We’re finally on our own.


    *… and I helped!!

    – Covid One-Niner

    • Replies: @Jack D
  156. Alden says:

    Ever heard of Asian American Seung Hui Cho?

    Murdered 32 and wounded 17 fellow students at Virginia Tech University April 16 2007. Then killed himself. He’d been extremely mentally ill all his life. Went off to college and boom! Violated the no guns on campus rule.

  157. Alden says:
    @Jack D

    Millions and millions of women sterilized the bottles nipples measuring cups and funnel and mixed up the correct mixture for decades until enfamil came along. The black strap molasses is a good idea. There used to be some kind of liquid iron squirted into baby’s mouths.

    Most babies born between about 1920 and 1970 thrived on the evaporated milk water and karo syrup mixture. The whole procedure from assembly to putting the filled bottles in the fridge would take about an hour or less every 2 days. Big deal.

  158. @Alden

    Not sure this will make it past Komment Kontrol:


    • Replies: @Dmon
  159. @Jack D

    But the Feds don’t recommend it.

    The Feds don’t recommend eating dog meat, either, but my Chinese friends assure me that it is nutritious and delicious.

  160. MEH 0910 says:

    White shooter:

    • Replies: @JimDandy
    , @MEH 0910
  161. Jack D says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    It’s not just the government. The association of pediatricians makes the same recommendation:

    That being said, even they admit that this was once common. OTOH it was also once common for kids to ride on their mother’s lap in the front seat, inches away from the hard metal dashboard. Somehow most of us survived on evaporated milk formula and sitting on mom’s lap. But our society today has a different level of risk tolerance. Maybe 99% of kids would be fine on evap. milk formula but we want 99.99% perfection, not just 99%.

  162. JimDandy says:
    @MEH 0910

    18 year old self-proclaimed White Supremacist and anti-semite, according to the media–I can’t find his 100+ page manifesto, but I assume it’s all we’ll be hearing about for awhile.

  163. MEH 0910 says:
    @MEH 0910

    BUFFALO — Ten people were killed during a mass shooting Saturday afternoon at a Buffalo grocery store in what law enforcement officials described as a racially motivated hate crime.

    Buffalo Police Commissioner Joseph Gramaglia told reporters that a heavily armed 18-year-old White man entered the store in a predominantly Black neighborhood and shot 13 people, including a security guard. He later surrendered to police and remains in custody.

    Stephen Belongia, the special agent in charge of the FBI field office, said that law enforcement officials were investigating the shooting as a hate crime and a case of racially motivated violent extremism. Gramaglia said that 11 of the 13 people shot were Black.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
    , @JimDandy
  164. Corvinus says:
    @MEH 0910

    You should learn by now. ALL of those events are false flags. The Unz intelligentsia has made that clear numerous times. Stop buying into the hype.

  165. @JohnnyWalker123

    Johnny, I know people just love to get all pointlessly, passionately wrapped up in Israel–another drama on the other side of the world from us Americans–like Ukraine.

    Israel is actually only interesting to Americans for two reasons:

    1) Jewish hypocrisy. The old “nationalism for me, but not for thee”.

    2) The incredible financial/political clout of American Jews. This little Israeli tail wagging the giant American dog.

    Otherwise, it’s just another classic, age-old fight over real-estate. Two different peoples really want the exact same patch. Of course, it is juiced, because both sides think that patch of dirt is “sacred” or something. Really there’s something quite stupid and primitive about any religious belief that holds some patch of ground “sacred” … but that’s the way it is.

    Other than the territorial fight, i guess it’s a great example that separate peoples belong in separate nations. But that’s hardly a news flash. It’s neighbor Lebanon demonstrates the same point just as well. (Christian Arabs seem quite capable of creating a decent nation. I don’t know if it’s because it’s they are smarter, or because Islam subtracts about 5 functional IQ points. Or that Christianity is simply the best religion for building more cooperative, higher trust nations–which i believe is true.) But you don’t even need to tap all the conflict in the Middle East to demonstrate the “diversity cause conflict” / “separate peoples-separate nations” point. It’s readily observable all over the world.


    BTW, i think it’s a good thing for the Jews and all the various flavors of Arabs to have their own nations. (Every group that can make a go of it and wants to should have their own deal.) They just need to be separate and not in each other’s business.

  166. @fish

    I guess it’s true Mexicans are doing the jobs white guys can’t be bothered with.

    Mexicans are doing the jobs white guys can’t get.

  167. JimDandy says:

    i think it’s a good thing for the Jews and all the various flavors of Arabs to have their own nations. (Every group that can make a go of it and wants to should have their own deal.) They just need to be separate and not in each other’s business.

    There is no “them” when you’re talking about Israeli Jews. They do what they do to the Palestinians on our fucking dime. It’s absolutely our business to stop being a vassal state/host for a parasitical foreign power.

    • Replies: @Jack D
  168. JimDandy says:
    @MEH 0910

    The story is definitely perfectly packaged for the Dems/etc. to clamp down on the internet before the midterms, vilify the 2nd Amendment, associate the MAGA platform with mass murder, silence anyone who opposes open borders, and so on. Hochul is already openly vowing to persecute certain people for exercising their 1st Amendment freedoms.

    The shooter reportedly wrote:

    “If there’s one thing I want you to get from these writings, it’s that White birth rates must change. Everyday the White population becomes fewer in number. To maintain a population the people must achieve a birth rate that reaches replacement fertility levels, in the western world that is about 2.06 births per woman.”

    Expect them to go after Tucker in a very big way now.

    • Thanks: J.Ross
  169. @AceDeuce

    Dude. You won the Internet Snark Award for today.

  170. Jack D says:

    Yeah, 10 people are dead but YOU’RE the real victim!

  171. Dmon says:
    @Stan Adams

    Might as well pull a Taki and shut down comments permanently. No one’s ever going to be able to top that.

  172. J.Ross says:
    @Jack D

    That’s it, pound the table. Because of your background you cannot understand why someone would see a right as more important than a life. This type of attack can be prevented from ever happening, like the generations when it didn’t happen, by moving anti-Constitutional legislation well outside the Overton Window and by keeping leftists out of office. If you don’t do this then enjoy the preventable deaths. Obama is famously back in the White House and Obama’s domestic propaganda programs are back.

  173. Jack D says:

    They do what they do to the Palestinians on our fucking dime.

    No they don’t. The Israel government budget is about \$100 billion USD/ yr. US govt aid to Israel is about \$3 to 4 billion. This is not given in cash, but “in kind” in the form of US weapons systems, so most of the \$ stays in the US. The Pentagon pays redeculously inflated amounts for this stuff so \$3 billion is like two screwdrivers or something, but the Israelis don’t care because they are getting the screwdrivers for free. They would love it if the US would actually give them the cash – then they could REALLY do something with that amount of money, but they know that is not happening.

    The US defense budget is \$700 billion +, so 3 or 4 billion is not even a rounding error.

    • LOL: JimDandy
    • Replies: @Charon
  174. @Jack D

    Yeah, 10 people are dead but YOU’RE the real victim!

    It’s like tens of thousands of Ukrainians are dead from fending off the Russians, but the tens of billions of dollars Congress is appropriating to help Ukraine mean we’re the real victims, not Ukrainians. That’s why Charles Lindbergh Rand Paul is working to stop the killing (and the picking of our pockets), by kiboshing that bill.

  175. @AnotherDad

    I agree wholeheartedly with this one, A.D. I think the long-running Israeli/Palestinian conflict has been used by they left and right in America to prove whatever kind of point they’ve wanted to make. On the whole, other than your points (1) +(2)*, what goes on over there is immaterial to American well-being.

    I read a little bit (with a blog post) coming on the idea way back in the 1930s/’40s of the Jewish people making a homeland in Madagascar. Madagascar has 80X the land area, and it’s got to have loads more resources than that desert hole. They could have made some kind of deal, but, of course, the natives would be pissed later on. Then again, would they have carried this on for 70 years?!

    That’s my problem with the Palestinians. They got screwed over in 1948, no doubt. However, at some point (as the man says) you’ve got to take some stock in one’s self. 73 years now of bitching, planning revenge, and living as refugees – see Tom Petty below on that one – for now the 4th generation, is a waste of lives.

    Back to the Israeli’s part, I guess they had to have that Holy Land, per the Bible, as they, and lots of others, strongly believe. I see no solution, but I’ve always thought that America has more important things to worry about, by far.


    * It does go along with (2), but I’d add a (3) – Neocons abusing former American goodwill and lots of American treasure to run wars in the Middle East simply to provide a constant presence on Israel’s behalf.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  176. @Achmed E. Newman

    Ahhh! I went to bed and something said, NO, 30X the land area. I had to get back up, you know, with someone being wrong on the internet and all! (Yeah, me.) Carry on.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  177. @Achmed E. Newman

    Madagascar has about eight times the arable land of Israel. For three times the population.

    Israel – Arable Land (% Of Land Area)

    Madagascar – Arable Land (% Of Land Area)

    Did you know that if Bangladesh was still East Pakistan, that combined country would have ca. 50m more people than the US today, taking over the #3 spot?

    • Replies: @PiltdownMan
  178. Charon says:
    @Jack D

    Now be extra clever and tell us all where you think Madoff’s billions went. Just one example, mind you.

    Here’s a little hint to get you started.

    • Replies: @Jack D
  179. @Reg Cæsar

    I see that Israeli farms are more capital intensive than farms in Madagascar.

  180. Mike Tre says:

    “You try breastfeeding twins for a year.”

    This sums up what a large part of the entire “baby formula shortage” hubbub is all about.

    This is inconvenient for wymyns! Being a wymyns in the 21st century is harder then being a wymyns at any other point in history, I mean, HERstory! We need our baby formula because how else am I going to get likes on social media with all these babies to feed! And Oprah is on at 10!

    But, as American women still don’t seem to grasp, they are way below alien mestizo women from Central America on the victim totem pole.

  181. Mike Tre says:
    @Jack D

    So you don’t like it when other people play your game?

    • LOL: JimDandy
  182. Jack D says:

    Mostly Madoff stole from other Jews. Not from the American taxpayer.

  183. @China Japan and Korea Bromance of Three Kingdoms

    I loved that crazy Japanese Trump commercial. Talk about “Super MAGA” and “King MAGA.”

    • Replies: @scrivener3
  184. J.Ross says:
    @China Japan and Korea Bromance of Three Kingdoms

    Would Epoch Times exist if China had even Japan’s approximation of freedom of speech?

  185. @HammerJack

    How convenient! That should save a lot of trouble.

  186. Ganderson says:
    @Johann Ricke

    No question- I just think that even if it were remotely possible to get Republicans elected to high office in big cities it wouldn’t matter much

  187. scrivener3 says: • Website
    @Harry Baldwin

    Does Trump destroy the Earth at the end?

  188. vinteuil says:
    @The Germ Theory of Disease

    The Dems have discovered their bulletproof formula for permanent victory: manufactured made-up crisis requires bogus mail-in ballots, plus ballot harvesting, destroying or simply ignoring enemy ballots, seizing full control of the counting process, simply lying about the whole thing, and throwing anyone who objects into solitary confinement. They’ll never “lose” another major alleged “election” ever again.

    What’s this about the Dems “destroying or simply ignoring enemy ballots?” I try to keep up, but I haven’t seen that claim before…oh, and “throwing anyone who objects into solitary confinement” seems a bit over the top. Yes, some of the 1/6 protesters have been treated very badly, but Rudy Giuliani, Steve Bannon, Peter Navarro, Dinesh D’Souza & various other objectors still walk free…at least for now.

    Unless and until some very very serious SHTF, we are going to live in a permanent libtard dictatorship, and it’s only going to get worse and worse.

    You seem dangerously close to wishing for “some very very serious SHTF.”

    But that’s what I fear the most: that very very serious SHTF. Bad as “permanent libtard dictatorship” is, there are even worse things. Economic collapse. Nuclear war.

  189. vinteuil says:

    GOP preaches hate on China which leads to hate on Chinese or anyone who looks Chinese, which leads to more crimes on Asians.

    For shame, you lying hound.

    Steve Bannon, perhaps the most aggressive enemy of the Chinese Communist Party in the world today, just can’t wait to tell you how much he loves the Chinese people.

    And you know what? He’s not lying about that.

    Like most Americans since WWII, he totally loves the Chinese people.

    Which is precisely why he utterly loathes the Chinese Communist Party – the most completely evil & corrupt criminal organization in the world today.

    • Thanks: Achmed E. Newman
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